As hosts and callers both scratch their heads at the announcement regarding Superman's citizenship, we dive right into more Thor reviews and discussion and cover all things geektastic in our monthly Open Lines spectacular!
In this episode, the FbR Crew chats with Ron Marz, Jeremy Haun & Filip Sablik for the Publishers Spotlight of Top Cow Productions and then opinions about Thor get thrown around like an Asgardian hammer.
Artist Jim Mahfood joins the radio broadcast once again, this time to talk about his brand new collaboration with musician Ziggy Marley, writer Joe Casey and colorist Justin Stewart on MARIJUANA MAN which is released on 4/20. High-lariousness ensues.
Scott, Oliver, David and Rambo talk about the reach of their international audience and welcome them to call in to the show. Lots of movie chatter, callers, thoughts on the Eisner Award nominees and a laugh or two all percolatethe hour!
Jeffrey Brown, the creator of such acclaimed indie comic works as Clumsy, Bighead and Incredible Change-Bots returns to Fanboy Radio to yak about his books and the craft with Scott, Oliver, David Degrand and Rambo.
As actor Jon Heder quickly joinsthe show only to have to leave us for a flooded basement, Scott, Oliver and the gang chat with live callers about comic news, box office results and pop culture happenings.
The world-class illustrator of Spider-Man, The Avengers, and Kick-Ass returns to the show with Scott, Oliver and David DeGrand. Tune in to hear about balancing work at Marvel with his creator-owned projects, conversation about his technique and a sneak peak at the next big series he is co-creating!
The designer of the soon-to-be released card game, Nightfall, David Gregg and the Senior Brand Manager of Alderac Entertianment Group, Todd Rowland joins Scott and Oliver to talk about the game, their company and the industry as a whole.
Kennedy Hopkins temporarily takes over this live episode of Fanboy Radio as her father, David Hopkins and fellow co-hosts Oliver Tull and Scott Hinze stand by with a ton of liver callers to participate in the show. Conversation about comics distribution, some Oscar picks, new board games and more!
Local superstar comic artist, Kristian Donaldson joins Scott Hinze, David Degrand & Erin Rambo to talk about his upcomming release, 99 Days out of Veritgo Crime this Spring. Kristian also spills the beans on his first creator-owned work, The Bricks which he is working on now. Sub/Flub ensues.
Former Wizard Magazine employees Rick Marshall (now editor of MTV's Splash Page Blog), Brendan McGinley (Bankshot Comics) and almost-employee Rich Johnston (BleedingCool.com) all join Scott, Oliver and Daniel to discuss this week's news of the final publication of Wizard Magazine, as well as Fantastic Four death-talk and the casting of the new Superman.
We explore the ways comic book creators have used religion in their work over the years and what the comic medium teaches us about shared knowledge of the universe. Guests include the co-editor of Graven Images: Religion in Comic Books & Graphic Novels, A. David Lewis and contributor and rising comic book star-writer, G. Willow Wilson.
Legendary artist Craig Yoe joins us to talk about his new exhibit at the New York Museum of Sex, 'Comics Stripped' and author and illustrator of countless sexy comics and books about comics including “Secret Identity: The Fetish Art of Superman’s Co-Creator Joe Shuster!”
In this live episode, Scott & Rambo are joined by Heath expert Lou Schuler to discuss how fanboys and fangirls can get in shape despite our spread of goodies and gadgets from The Holidays. Open Lines and general fan gossip ensue.
This live episode, the final FbR of 2010, brings Scott, Oliver, David Degrand and inker-extraordinaire, John Lucas team-up to take on the last-minute wishes of fanboys this year. Originally aired on 12/19/2010