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Moondog's Pop Culture Radio Hour
Dec 3, 2021
Moondog's Comicland Christmas Commercial
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Feb 1, 2022
Episode 10 - November 13, 1993: Alex Ross & Bill Mumy
EPISODE 10 November 13, 1993. * Danger! Danger, Will Robinson! Listen to Bill Mumy discuss his career in TV (Space Family Robinson) and how much he enjoys comics. * Pat Mills and Kevin O'Neill discuss what it's like to be two creators from England barnstorming US comic book shops promoting their new comic - Marshall Law! * Joe and Jimmy, in their P&Q Report lament the fact that Valiant left off the credits to Ninjak #1! * And Alex Ross and Kurt Busiek discuss the creation of MARVELS! This book would catapult Alex to superstardom. You don't want to miss this episode!
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Sep 29, 2021
Episode 9 - November 6, 1993: Neil Gaiman & Steve Allen
Welcome to Episode 9 of the Moondog's Pop Culture Radio Hour from November 6, 1993. Howard leads off with a live interview of legendary entertainer, Steve Allen. Steve talks about his career and his connections to Clark Kent and Superman! There's a short but sweet pre-recorded interview with RoboCop actress, Nancy Allen. A quick P&Q report from Miami and then the real meat and potatoes - an interview with Neil Gaiman conducted when he was still doing the monthly Sandman book. Neil talks about the "future" of Sandman and then moves on to describe the other projects that he was working on: The Children's Crusade, Fables and Reflections and Angels and Visitations. You don't want to miss this interview with the greatest living writer of comic books and fantastic literature. The Moondog’s Pop Culture Radio Hour was the industry’s original podcast. To access all the shows go to my website www.moondogbuyscomics.com and click on RADIO SHOW.
Aug 11, 2021
Episode 8 - October 30, 1993
Episode 8 of the Moondog’s Pop Culture Radio Hour from October 30, 1993 is on the air! This was a special show in that host Howard Johnson was in Las Vegas getting married to his lovely bride, Laurie Bradach. So it was just Larry Marder and me talking about what was happening behind the scenes in the comics industry. In other words the first comic-book podcast ever recorded. Besides being the creator of Tales of the Beanworld, Larry Marder was the "Nexus of All Comic Book Realities" in the 1990s. Larry was as much at home with mainstream publishers as he was with the independent creator community. People trusted Larry and everyone sought his advice. This led to his being named executive director of Image Comics then president of Todd McFarlane Toys. You also get a big dose of the Moondog himself as he explains a lot of what was going on in comics nearly 30 years ago. The Moondog’s Pop Culture Radio Hour was the industry’s original podcast. To access all the shows go to my website www.moondogbuyscomics.com and click on RADIO SHOW.