The GAR! Podcast: The Interviews


Usually every Friday at this time Biff Bam Pop! presents the newest episode of The GAR! Podcast, the Glenn Walker and Ray Cornwall weekly podcast where they talk unrehearsed about whatever happens to come to mind, an audio-zine for your mind, a nerd exploration of a nerd world. This week however, GAR! is on a short hiatus. In its place we’re featuring some of the interviews that you might have missed before GAR! came to Biff Bam Pop!. Stay tuned for some of the previous guests of The GAR! Podcast, after the jump.

Ray and I have done a few interviews on the podcast before. We’ve chatted with writer Bryan J.L. Glass, the award-winning writer and co-creator of The Mice Templar and Furious. You can hear that interview here.


When sometime Biff Bam Pop! contributor Robin Renee was promoting her new album This. last year with a blog tour run by yours truly, she stopped by The GAR! Podcast to discuss music and influences. You can listen to that episode here, and read the corresponding BBP interview with Robin here, and also here.

Princeless is a great comic from Action Lab Comics, and we had the opportunity to interview writer Jeremy Whitley and artist Emily Martin about that super cool book. Along the way we talk about the ins and outs of independent comics publishing and the usual gauntlet of GAR! topics like Batman, “Breaking Bad,” and Prince. You can check it out here.


We have also interviewed author, podcaster, writer, and artist Rob Kelly on two occasions, once for his terrific webcomic Ace Kilroy, and again for his fabulous book Hey Kids, Comics! True-Life Tales from the Spinner Rack, which was featured as part of the 2013 Biff Bam Pop! Gift Guide. You can read those interviews here and here. And don’t forget about Rob’s famous Aquaman Shrine and The Fire and Water Podcast.


The GAR! Podcast should be back next week with a new episode. We’re also available on iTunes and Stitcher. You can check out complete show notes and episodes onsite here. We’d love to hear your thoughts and comments, either below or on the GAR! Podcast website, so please let us know what’s on your mind! Until next time, GAR!


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