Gamemasters Comics, interview with writer Michael Dismuke

Gamemasters Comics

Back in August of 2013, we had Michael on the show to talk about Roshambo Comics.  Since then, it has evolved into Gamemasters Comics with more villains based on childhood games and even more adventure! 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 […]

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Soul Geek dot com, interview with founder Dino Andrade

Soul Geek Booth at SDCC

Of course this was something that had to be found at San Diego Comic-Con International!  Soul Geek is an online dating site for, well, geeks!  It was founded by voice actor, Dino Andrade, and listen to the interview for the touching story behind it. About Soul Geek: Do you Geek out over Sci-Fi, Horror, Fantasy, Animation, Anime & Comics? Are you […]

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Streetlamp Musician, Interview with singer/songwriter Natalie Gelman

Another of Cat’s favorite musicians is Natalie Gelman.  On tour at the time of the interview, she was doing a show in Northern CA and called in to talk about that, as well as her history in music. About Natalie: Singer / songwriter Natalie Gelman is quickly gaining acclaim and recognition for her music. Her passionate songs and voice have […]

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Journey of Heroes, interview with author Stacey Hayashi

Journey of Heroes

Another of Cat’s finds from San Diego Comic-Con International was author Stacey Hayashi.  She called in to discuss her graphic novel, Journey of Heroes: the story of the 100th Infantry Battalion and 442nd Regimental Combat Team. More information can be found on their official website.  You can also follow them on Facebook. About Journey of Heroes: JOURNEY OF HEROES: the Story […]

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Texas, interview with writer/director Matt Johnson & cinematographer Robert Uncles

Two other filmmakers I spent time with in Vancouver at VIFF, Matt Johnson and Robert Uncles, had a short film in the festival called Texas.  They called to talk about it and their other projects and what’s in the works. About Texas: “A cowboy meets his estranged wife on the Texas/Oklahoma border and tries to win her back. One problem…neither […]

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Foxed, interview with director/producer James Stewart

James Stewart

A fun, dark little short I found at the Vancouver International Film Festival was called “Foxed.”  It is a stop animation film by James Stewart, who called the show to tell us all about it.  (Thank you again Jason Ghiselin for sitting in for me.) About James Stewart: “Producer/Director James Stewart is one of a small group of directors worldwide […]

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Nobility, interview with creator EJ De La Pena

Nobility

Nobility is a web series I ran across while at Stan Lee’s Comikaze in 2013.  Creator EJ De la Pena called in to discuss it with us. About Nobility: “Nobility” is a new sci-fi dramedy dubbed, “Firefly meets The Office”. Set 700 years in the future, it’s about the C.A.S. Nobility, Humanity’s most powerful starship with a crew, that’s, well, […]

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Carpe Chaos, interview with writer Eric Carter

Carpe Chaos

Free comics on the web?  That’s what Eric Carter, writer, and his team offer through their website Carpe Chaos.  Eric called in to tell us all about it. About Carpe Chaos: “Carpe Chaos is an independent science-fiction space-opera webcomic about five alien races who learn to travel between stars, and it focuses on the ways their cultures collide and how […]

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For the Birds, interview with filmmaker Tara Atashgah & cast

An amazing short I saw from the Vancouver International Film Festival was For the Birds.  It is written and directed by Tara Atashgah, and stars Nazli K Lou and Chervine Namani.  Tara and cast called to tell us all about it. About For the Birds: “For the Birds (Atefeh) follows a 16-year-old Iranian girl as she is taken to the gallows […]

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Monster Elementary, interview with writer Nicholas Doan

Monster Elementary

A very cute comic written for kids of all ages is Monster Elementary.  Creator and writer of the series, Nicholas Doan, called to tell us all about it. About Monster Elementary: “MONSTER ELEMENTARY is a fun, witty, comedy/adventure comic for children of all ages! It’s about five monster children that are forced to attend a human public school after their […]

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