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  1. Tea and Jeopardy 38 – Patrick Rothfuss visits the tea lair | Tea & Jeopardy

    This is a special Tea and Jeopardy episode, special for two reasons: one – Patrick Rothfuss, NYT bestselling author of The Name of theWind visits the tea lair and two – this episode is part of the Worldbuilders fundraiser. (If you’re curious about the logo on Pat’s calling card, you can see it here!)

    As if those reasons weren’t special enough, we’re delighted to announce that you can get your very own Tea and Jeopardy t-shirt as part of the fundraiser! This means you can help raise money for Heifer International and other great charities and look splendid too! (Special thanks to the very splendid Dom Camus for the Tea and Jeopardy logo and for making it look super lovely for the t-shirt!)

    Just go to the Worldbuilders Indiegogo page and scroll down to the $25 level perk where you’ll see the description. Shipping is included for US residents. If you live outside of the US (like we do!) you can add an international shipping perk for $15 to help keep as much money as possible going to the fundraiser. There’s a full post about everything you need to know regarding getting a t-shirt over at Em’s Place.

    THE T-SHIRT IS PART OF THE FUNDRAISER THAT ENDS ON JUNE 8TH 2015 – so if you want one, you need to get it now! (assuming you don’t have access to Latimer’s time machine if you’re reading this after June 8th).

    But back to the episode. The wonderful Patrick Rothfuss takes tea with Emma in the late cretaceous period. The discussion roams around such topics as D & D 5th ed., Pat’s ideal roleplaying group, gray vs. grey and a tale of a kissing booth…

    If you love Tea and Jeopardy and want to join the Order of the Sacred Tea Cup, our Patreon page is here.

    Credits for the sounds effects used in this episode can be found here. file | Duration: 1:04:12 | Size: 88.49M

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  2. Tea and Jeopardy 11 – A Chat With Joe Abercrombie | Tea & Jeopardy

    Author Joe Abercrombie is invited into the secret lair for cake and tea. We discuss why he reads outside of his genre, fairytales and raising children. Not entirely serious. No animals or authors were harmed in the making of this podcast. file | Duration: 28:49 | Size: 26.55M

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  3. GeekDig Podcast : GDC-030: Back From The Dead

    Like the episode title suggests, Clint is officially back from the dead! We start off with a little confession, Clint buys a bunch of comics… then Con On The Cob, Clint's HBO rage, Olivia Munn, Vacation photos, Mortal Kombat X, drones, and a mini-breakdown of the latest Star Wars trailer!!!

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  4. GeekDig Podcast : GDC-036: The Savage Dragon, Erik Larsen

    Clint's blue balls, officially part of BSPN, our shenanigans of the week, our interview with Erik Larsen - origins of Image Comics and Savage Dragon, Robert Kirkman, creator-owned content vs others, DC covers, evolving comic characters, Savage Dragon is up to #203, writing & keeping it simple, suspending disbelief, not needing to retell every origin story, our own comic origins, is Batman meant to land a blow or take one, movement limitations & non-human characters, closing & plugs.

    Savage Dragon: Comics: Larsen Twitter: @ErikJLarsen

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  5. The little boxes: Brian Michael Bendis at TEDxCLE

    Brian Michael Bendis is an award winning comics creator, New York Times bestseller and one of the most successful writers working in mainstream comics. For the last fifteen years, Brian's books have sat on the top of the nationwide comic and graphic novel sales charts. Brian completed 9 years helming Marvel's popular AVENGERS franchise. Brian has won five EISNER awards, including 'Best Writer of the year' two years in a row and was honored with the INKPOT award for comic art excellence. Brian is the recipient of the Cleveland Press 'Excellence in Journalism' Award and was named "Best Writer of the Year" by Wizard Magazine and Comic Buyer's Guide for three consecutive years.

    In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)

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  6. LTC: Episode 006 – Brian Michael Bendis | Let’s Talk Comics

    One his goals was to be associated with a title, and well after 200 issues of Avengers, he’s made his mark on Earth’s Mightiest Heroes for fans to pick up in years to come. In this week’s episode, I talk to Brian Michael Bendis – a bona fide journeyman when it comes to working in the industry. This show is most definitely a part one because after two and a half hours of chatting, we only got up to him starting at Marvel!



    Learning all about how Brian broke into the industry was fascinating. Knowing very early on that comics was what he wanted to do with his life, it was very interesting to see how he looked to a number of different outlets for his creative process. After meeting comic legends in person, working as a cartoonist and creating his own comics – Brian would soon reach his goal and the rest was history.


    So I hope you enjoy this second to last show of the year – and just in time for the holidays!


    You can find Brian at the following places on the Internet:





    You can find Let’s Talk Comics at the following places on the Internet:



    Google : letstalkcomics




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  7. League of Ordinary Gentlemen Comics Podcast: League of Ordinary Gentlemen Podcast Episode #129 - “It’s Free If You’re Stealing”

    Clay, Dursin and Darth Lingel chat about the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Lego Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Out, Daredevil: End of Days and three frames of the new Star Trek, starring Benedict Cumberbund. Discussed in this Episode: Daredevil: End of Days, Grant Morrison's Own Convention: MorrisonCon, Music - Cars Can Be Blue - "Dating Batman".

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  8. Comics Alternative: A Creator Spotlight on Grant Morrison

    Actually, it’s more like here comes another Creator Spotlight show! On this episode of The Comics Alternative, Andy and Derek turn their critical sites on the work of Grant Morrison. Joining them in the discussion is Marc Singer, the author of Grant Morrison: Combining the Worlds of Contemporary Comics. Although much of the talk revolves around Morrison’s non-superhero work — e.g., The Invisibles, The Filth, Seaguy, Flex Mentallo, We3, Sebastian O, The Mystery Play, and Happy! — Derek, Andy, and Marc bring into their discussion titles such as Arkham Asylum, Batman Gothic, Final Crisis, JLA, New X-Men, and Morrison’s recent run on Action Comics. So whether you are a diehard superhero fan, or your tastes run more to alternative or non-mainstream comics, you’ll definitely find this an episode worth listening to.

    And remember…

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