Gamemasters Comics, interview with creator Michael Dismuke

Gamemasters Comics

Exciting new things were happening for Gamemasters Comics so we had Michael Dismuke on to tell us more of the adventures of Ro, Sham, & Bo. About Gamemasters: When the balance of evil is tipped in the bad guys’ favor and the hard decisions need to be made, there is one group that embodies the preeminent form of justice in […]

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Holiday Magic, interview with founder Jeff Gelder

Founder Jeff Gelder

One of my friends in the voiceover world, Jeff Gelder, started an amazing charity a few years back called Holiday Magic.  They deliver holiday CDs to kids in children’s hospitals.  He called to tell us about the talent, the charity, and where it’s all going. About Holiday Magic: Our goal is to brighten the holidays for the children spending the season […]

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Filmmaker, interview with Lisa Ovies

I met Lisa Ovies when she was her for SIFF 2014 with Taking My Parents to Burning Man.  Since then she has been working on many other projects.  She was in town so we invited her to sit in and tell us about everything she’s working on. About Lisa: Lisa Ovies is an award winning producer, director, actress and writer […]

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I See Dinasaurs…, interview with voice actor/musician Bill Russell

Bill Russell

My friend Bill Russell is a voice talent and musician.  He released a children’s CD called I See Dinasaurs with My Eyes Closed and called to tell us all about it. About Bill Russell: I’m grabbing a handful of voice acting and not letting go. Let me show you how I can help you with your project. You can purchase […]

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Kodoja: A Kaiju Graphic Novel, interview with creator Keith Foster

Another SDCC find was Kodoja: a Kaiju Graphic Novel complete with soundtrack.  We talked to creator Keith Foster. About Kodoja: What if Godzilla fought Cthulhu? An unstoppable 20-story Kaiju. A giant serpent rising from the ground. The planet will shudder! You can find out more at their official website, as well as follow them on Facebook and Twitter. Here is […]

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Bringing It Home, interview with filmmaker Linda Booker

Still from Bringing It Home

Another film from the recently held SIFF 2014 was Bringing It Home.  We had filmmaker Linda Booker on to tell us all about it. About Bringing It Home: BRINGING IT HOME explores the question of why a crop with so many widespread benefits cannot be farmed in the United States by illustrating its history, current industries and talking to both […]

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VOICE2014, interview with organizers Penny Abshire & James Alburger

This was to be my second journey to VOICE (this year’s VOICE2014): The Voiceover International Creative Experience.  I was excited to reconnect with Penny and James, the founders and organizers of the event, and to have them tell my listeners all about the convention. About VOICE: Voiceover talent from around the world came to Anaheim, CA in August 2014 to […]

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Crazy4ComicCon, interview 2 with SDCC blogger Tony B Kim

If you go to SDCC yearly you are probably familiar with @crazy4comiccon on Twitter.  If not and you’re interested in going, you should definitely be looking for him.  This time around, we chatted with him about multi cultural comics and his tips for a successful Comic Con. About Tony: Growing up in Texas, I had always heard of the mythical […]

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Monster Elementary, interview with creator Nicholas Doan

A super cute comic book series I found at San Diego Comic Con was Monster Elementary.  Creator Nicholas Doan called to tell us about the characters and more. About Monster Elementary: These five monster kids are forced to attend a human public school after their monsters-only private school is raided by the FBI. To their surprise, they’re not allowed to eat […]

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