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  1. Make it then tell everybody: Lucy Bellwood

    Lucy Bellwood and Dan Berry talk about other people’s audiences, what makes a project scary and being accountable.

    If you want to support the show, the best place for you to do so is through the Patreon site.


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  2. Cinephobia on Ward and Al show, March 2015

    Lance and Feedback on the Ward and Al show to discuss the demise of the RM Podcast and the relaunch of Cinephobia Radio. SIRIUS XM Channel 167.

    http://www.siriusxm.ca/channels/canada-talks/ http://www.cinephobia-radio.com/

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  3. Shadowlocked: Roger Christian Talks Zombies, Prometheus & Battlefield Earth

    In the fourth of the new Shadowlocked podcasts, we chat with our old friend Roger Christian - Oscar winning inventor of the look of Star Wars and Alien, and subsequently a director in his own right (he also helped out old friend and colleague George Lucas by being 2nd AD on The Phantom Menace).


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  4. The Faculty of Horror 5 – “I SLAY THEREFORE I AM” – THE BUFFYVERSE 1997-2003

    Join Alexandra West and Andrea Subissati along with special guest Stuart “Feedback” Andrews (host of the Rue Morgue Podcast and Cinephobia Radio) as they tackle Joss Whedon‘s seminal television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. By delving into some of the most significant episodes of the series, this Scooby Gang will dive into the thematic and schematic elements of the show in their biggest episode yet!


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  5. Scott McCloud, author of “Understanding Comics” and “Zot!”: Interview on The Sound of Young America

    Scott McCloud is both an accomplished comics creator and critic. His books of comics criticism, "Understanding Comics," "Reinventing Comics" and "Making Comics" are classics of the form, and are standard-issue in hip literature classes around the country. His newest book is a compilation of his 1980s superhero series Zot!. He talks with us about how to read comics and how he incorporated the influences of the comics of other cultures into his own work in the ’80s.


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  6. Inkstuds: Simon Bisley Interview

    Simon Bisley was one of those creators that had a profound impact on me when I was in my teens. Coming across his work in Slaine was amazing. It was violent, over the top and extreme in all the right ways. Simon has continued to make work and seems to never slow down. We cover a million different things in this interview, but somehow don’t even discuss what he is working on right now.


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  7. SXSW 2012: Art and Advertising: Two Sides of the One Sheet

    The movie poster is dead! Long live the movie poster! Such are the proclamations that have cycled through the decades as movie poster design has ebbed from art form to dumbed downed marketing piece. Sometimes it rises to the former with a significant push from designers like Saul Bass and Neil Kellerhouse, but most of the time it recedes into the latter, wrenched down by the generic photomontages of studio film posters. However, in the last decade there’s been an interesting new wave taking place that brings these two disparate sides of the one sheet together. It’s being harnessed by collectible art boutique Mondo and embodied by artists (and panelists) Sam Smith, Justin Erickson and Akiko Stehrenberger; who are all striving to make movie marketing as engaging as the movie it’s representing. So how did this new wave take place and will it last? Can studios learn to embrace art in advertising? And can artists balance the advertising in their art?


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  8. Funding the Dream on Kickstarter #63: Seth Godin

    Seth Godin is a guest on Funding the Dream on Kickstarter and shares his thoughts and ideas on the power of Kickstarter and the success of his own project, The Icarus Deception.


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  9. Kickstarter Podcast #5: Glorkian Warrior

    In the latest Kickstarter Podcast (subscribe on iTunes or listen online), we sit down with indie comics legend James Kochalka and Pixeljam Games’ Rich Grillotti and Miles Tilmann about Glorkian Warrior, a retro-inspired videogame that mixes hand-drawn and 8-bit pixel animation.


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  10. The Ihnatko Almanac 29: A Temple to the Graphic Noveliste

    This week, Andy and Dan discuss whether or not we have an obligation to support local, independent record stores, bookstores, and comic shops. They also talk about a Kickstarter project from Cerebus creator, Dave Sim.


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