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Fun Ideas Podcast
Mark Arnold's Comic Book, Animation and Pop Culture Podcast
Category: TV & Film
Location: Springfield
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I am a Pop Culture Historian with an emphasis on comic books, animation and music. I have 10 published books.

by Mark Arnold
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October 23, 2019 08:21 AM PDT

He's worked for Harvey Comics and Marvel's Star Comics and Archie Comics and more and loves The Beatles! Plus, a tribute to the late, great Ernie Colon. Here he is, Angelo DeCesare! Also, updates on the Fun Ideas Productions' Warren Kremer, TTV, Monkees and Mad books.

October 16, 2019 07:42 AM PDT

Film reviewer and columnist Richard Von Busack talks about his over 30 years as a writer for San Jose's Metro newspaper, and his various other projects including his Megamind book. Plus, the usual garbage, I mean, news from Fun Ideas Productions!

October 09, 2019 07:41 AM PDT

It's a riveting and fun conversation with comic writer Kit Lively, who has written for both Cracked and Mad magazines. We discuss what's going to happen with Mad and of course, the latest information from Fun Ideas Productions.

October 02, 2019 07:42 AM PDT

My co-author on my Monkees books, Michael A. Ventrella, joins me today to talk about those books, his Baker Street Irregulars series, Animato! magazine and his latest tome, How to Argue the Constitution with a Conservative. Plus, the latest news from Fun Ideas Productions including news about my latest project about Mad magazine.

September 25, 2019 07:45 AM PDT

Paul Maringelli worked for Harvey Comics during the 1970s and 1980s in the art department. He discusses the Paramount Pictures offices that are now part of Trump Tower, and his memories of artist Warren Kremer and the other people who worked at Harvey.

September 18, 2019 08:25 AM PDT

After a brief tribute to Bill Schelly, we introduce our special guests Alan Groening and wife, Jen. Alan has produced comic books, comic strips, and animation, and discusses whether or not he is related to another Groening.

September 11, 2019 07:21 AM PDT

We're back for a full second season with our special guest Danny Solazzi of The Characters. We discuss The Monkees, Joan Jett and The Chipmunks as well as Danny's lengthy musical career. Plus, the latest news from Fun Ideas Productions.

August 01, 2019 07:10 PM PDT

Season 2 begins with the return of Mort Todd. Mort turns the tables on me and interviews me. We also promote our Kickstarter books on Jack Davis and John Severin.

May 15, 2019 05:46 PM PDT

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.

May 08, 2019 02:33 PM PDT

Our guest today is a fan and collector of Harvey Comics merchandise. You know Casper, Richie Rich and the rest. He likes Harvey Comics so much, he built his own online museum. Here he is, the curator of the Harvey Mercheum, Jonathan Sternfeld.

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