Thursday, April 28, 2016

The Podcast This Year

Just in case you missed it (which is possible since I haven't been posting anything about it here), the podcast for this year has been going really well. Here's what you might not have heard:

In January I finally was able to post an episode that was almost a year ion the making. No, it didn't take that long to record, it took that long to schedule. I'm really happy with how it came out, though, and I think that it was worth the wait. Andy Leyland (of Hey Kids, Comics!, The Palace of Glitter Delights, and Listen to the Prophets) was nice enough to come on and talk to me about The Fall Guy, the forgotten Lee Majors show. This is something I loved growing up and I think we covered just about every aspect of the show.

You can listen to it here:

In February I started my year long look at Generational Stories. (OK, it won't be the whole year, as I have other stuff planned, but it's a theme to go with.) This time I was joined by Luke Jaconetti (of Earth Destruction Directive and The Vault of Startling Monster Horror Tales of Terror) to discuss The King Arthur Movie, Excalibur! No, it's not a one for one reproduction of Le Morte D'Arthur, but it's as close as we're ever going to get. Plus, you can't go wrong with Nicol Williamson as Merlin, metal skull cap and all.

This one you can listen to here:

In March I was lucky enough to have Michael Bailey (of too many podcasts to really list) on and we talked about John Byrne's Superman & Batman: Generations. We went so in depth on this one that I had to split it up into two shows!

You can listen to Part 1 here:

And Part 2 here:

This month I had the coup of being the first podcaster to have on Darrin & Ruth Sutherland (from Trekker Talk and Warlord Worlds) to review the Gil Gerard series Buck Rogers in the 25th Century. All of us were lucky enough to have met Gil Gerard & Erin Grey in person, so stories were swapped, but we also broke down the show. Heck, I even came up with an improvement on the second season that probably would have satisfied all parties. If only I can get a time machine to go back 36 years, I could have saved the show. (Because that's the best thing I could do with a time machine, right?)

This one can be heard here:

I've already got May's episode recorded and ready to go, and I've got more of the rest of the year in the works. You know, this planning ahead thing might have something to it.

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