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HERE YOU WILL FIND OUR LISTING OF RADIO SHOWS.

IF A GUEST HAS A
URL , WE'LL LINK TO IT.
IF A
REAL AUDIO FILE IS AVAILABLE FOR YOU TO LISTEN TO, THERE WILL BE A LINK TO THAT AS WELL.

DUE TO SLOPPY RECORD KEEPING, SOME DATES REMAIN BLANK...SORRY.


Beginning in February we moved to Tuesdays at 10 pm as part of City In Exile
and as of April we were reinstated as an hour show at that timeslot

 DATE

 GUEST/TOPIC

 DESCRIPTION

 LENGTH

AUDIO 

 11/30/98

 Mark Evanier

 Jeffrey Lindenblatt joins us as we discuss Mark's animation-writing career and why there will probably never be new Scooby Doo cartoons.

 1 hr

 
 12/07/98

 No Guest

  We did some reviews then an overview of comic strip and comic book history. We went a little overtime as Sidney Smith joined us and we further discussed comic book history and the contemporary comic book industry.

 1 hr +

 
 12/14/98

 "Jersey Devil" 

 Writer Tony DiGerolamo and artist Dom Lagrutta discuss this independent project.

 1 hr

 
 12/21/98

 

 

 1 hr

 
 12/28/98

 

 

 1 hr

 
 01/04/99

 

 

 1 hr

 
 01/11/99

 Jeffrey Lindenblatt

 Frequent guest and co-interviewer, Jeff joins us as we say good-bye to this time slot (at the time, we didn't know when we'd end up).

 1 hr

 
 01/18/99

 No Guest

 We didn't know if we'd be on the air this week, so we didn't schedule a guest, but took listener phone calls instead.

 1 hr

 
 01/25/99

 David LeBlanc 

 The Editor of the Comic Book Electronic Magazine discussing the magazine, the internet fan scene and fannish concerns in general. Then Jeff Lindenblatt and Mercy Van Vlack join us to bid final adeu to the timeslot.
Our Final Sunday night show

 1 hr

Real

 02/02/99

 Mark I. West 

 The author of Children, Culture and Controversy discusses the censorship of everything children have chosen for themselves, starting with the Dime Novels of the 1860s, with particular emphasis on the comic book censorship of the 1950s, natch.

 1/2 hr

 
 02/09/99

"Queernation.com"

 Writer Chris Cooper, penciller John Dennis and inker Mercy Van Vlack discuss this on-line gay super-hero comic.Chris was the serious one, John & Mercy were the outrageous thirds of the team.

 1/2 hr

 
 02/16/99

 Al Williamson

 One of the best and most influential artists in the industry talks about his days at EC Comics, Alex Raymond, working with Frank Frazetta, drawing Flash Gordon and inking for Marvel.

 1/2 hr

 
 02/23/99

 Pre-empted

 show pre-empted

 0 hr

 
 03/02/99

 Alex Simmons

 The creator, writer and publisher of Blackjack and Race Against Time talks about how comics can educate about racism and still entertain an audience.

 1/2 hr

 
 03/16/99

 Alexei Kondratiev

  Celtic scholar and teacher with a nonfiction book, The Apple Branch (published in Scotland as "Celtic Rituals") and a comic book series, Vidorix the Druid, compares the two media and discusses Celtic culture and history in general.

 1 hr

 •
 03/23/99

 R.C. Harvey

  We talked about the craft of newspaper comic strips in general with emphasis on influential all-time great Milt Caniff (creator of Terry and the Pirates and Steve Canyon).

 1 hr

 
 03/30/99

 listeners phone in 

    No guest this week.

 1 hr

 
 04/06/99

 listeners phone in

    No guest this week.

 1 hr

 
 04/13/99

 Lee Marrs

  Creator/writer/artist of the underground classic Pudge, Girl Blimp and writer/artist of the under-estimated (and sometimes subversive) '70s DC humor comic Plop!. She also talks about designing video games for girls.

 1 hr

 
 04/20/99

 Mike Friedrich

 Back in the '70s, he wrote nearly every character DC and Marvel published then started Star Reach, one of the first creator-controled independent comics. Now, he's an artists' agent. This show really covered the comics industry.

 1 hr

 
 04/27/99

 "John Broome"

 The great John Broome had recently passed away. Julie Schwartz (DC editor emeritus) joined us to discuss his "best friend, best writer and Best Man at his wedding."

 1 hr

 
 05/04/99

 Jimmy Palmiotti

 Independent Publisher (Ash), inker for DC and Marvel then editor of the new Marvel Knights line. We got a lot of insight into the industry and the creative process from several different directions.

 1 hr

 
 05/11/99

 show pre-empted

    WBAI Membership Drive.

 0 hr

 
 05/18/99

 "1949 A Year
In Review"

 A Membership Drive Special. For Pacifica's 50th anniversary, we take a look back at the comics scene of 1949 with Jeff Lindenblatt, and it was a very active year in comic books and comic strips.

 2 hrs

 
 05/25/99

 show pre-empted

    WBAI Membership Drive.

 0 hrs

 

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