Our final episode of the first season brings you Jon B. Cooke, the editor of "Comic Book Artist", "Comic Book Creator" and the writer of books such as "The Warren Companion" and his latest book "The Book of Weirdo". Have a great summer and catch up on the episodes you missed.
James Neibaur has written books on a wide variety of topics including Jerry Lewis, Elvis Presley, Andy Clyde, Charlie Chan, James Cagney, Bob Hope, Jean Harlow, Mickey Rooney, Buster Keaton, Charley Chase, Clint Eastwood, Charlie Chaplin, Jack Nicholson, Harry Langdon, and more.
Our guest today worked as a librarian at the Albert & Temmy Latner Jewish Public Library of Toronto. He has been reading comics since age 4, and in his spare time launched the Jewish comics bibliography which eventually led to an exhibition on display called Zap! Pow! Oy! Here he is, Steve Bergson.
The Slow Poisoner talks about eight of his latest tunes, his performance dates, and his new cartoon humor publication called Freaky. Also, more information about my new Chipmunks book and the TTV Scrapbook.
After an interesting conversation about The Invisible Man, the Fun Ideas Podcast descends into chaos and anarchy. Join us now for the wildest episode yet featuring the Kingfish: Anthony from Facebook!
Our guest today is a writer of many books including The Encyclopedia of Film, The Motion Picture Film Guide, Digging Down Deep Subterranean Homesick Movie Review 1975-2017, and Digging Down Deeper Film Writings Found in the Scrapheap. Here he is, Paul Brenner.