The man USA Today says, 'is the closest thing to a rock star in graphic design,' Chip Kidd is an award-winning book cover designer, novelist of Cheese Monkey's and The Learners and musician in the band Artbreak. He is in town for his appearance at the DMA's Art & Letter's live today, Monday the 27th.
Scott, Oliver, David DeGrand, David Hopkins, Rambo and a bunch of other live guests and callers join this Open Lines show to share amazement that FbR is now 10 Years Old! My, my, how they grow up so fast. Every member of the show's Fanly needs to tune in for the fun!
Writer of the new series, Shadowlaw and many episodes of the new Thundercats cartoon, Brandon Easton joins the show to yak about his budding career and his hot geek opinions. Scott is joined by his buddies John Roberts and Daniel Lockwood who fill in as co-hosts this episode to yak about a DIY comic, current tv series and whatnot.
After Scott takes a tour of the Robot Entertainment Studios in Plano, he sits down with Justin Krothof, the community manager at Robot Entertainment to discuss 'Orcs Must Die' and other new releases from the post-Ensemble Studio (Age of Empires series) indie video game company. Scott, Justin and Rambo dive right into the comic events and geek-out generally.
The director of the comic book creator biographical documentaries, Grant Morrison: Talking with Gods and now Warren Ellis: Captured Ghosts joins the show to discuss his films about two comic book icons.
Top comic creator turn movie producer, Mark Millar of Kickass, Wanted, Nemesis, Superior, Super Crooks and a whole lot more returns once again to the show to chat with Scott and David Degrand about his evolving career, work and top pop culture opinions.
The director of the new indie, Sci-Fi mockumentary, Lunopolis, Matthew Avant joins the FbR Crew to talk about his recently released DVD, the impact of Science Fiction films and some of our most/least favorite titles over the years.
While some technical difficulties made the live interview with Jim Lee impossible, Scott, Oliver, Rambo and David chat about new comic releases, new movie releases, all the iPad love going around and Scott & Oliver plug their first stand-up special this Thursday (9.29) at Four Day Weekend Theater.
Two staffers from the wildly successful new publisher, Ape Entertainment join the show, editor Weldon Adams and co-publisher Brent Erwin join the show to talk about their extensive line of licensed properties they represent. Also on the show is the MAD Magazine humor cartoonist and friend of the show, Kit Lively!
The new Golden Boy of comic scripts, Jonathan Hickman joins the show to help celebrate 600 episodes of Fanboy Radio as he gives us the scoop on the 600th issue of Fantastic Four and his explosive career.