The GAR! Podcast: Camden Comic Con 2015, part 3
Biff Bam Pop! presents The GAR! Podcast, the Glenn Walker and Ray Cornwall weekly podcast where they talk unrehearsed about whatever happens to come to mind. It’s an audio-zine for your mind, a nerd exploration of a nerd world. Earlier this month Sarah Hawkins-Miduski of Biff Bam Pop! told you about the Camden Comic Con, now here’s your chance to hear it for yourself. This week’s episode, recorded live at the Con, can be found right here, features discussion of Secret Wars old and new, old school videogames, and an interview with Justin Piatt of Unlikely Heroes Studios, more details after the jump.
In Episode 95, the third of four recorded live at the Camden Comic Con, we feature another great interview with Justin Piatt of Unlikely Heroes Studios. Justin talks about storytelling, passion, independent comics, and Super!. If you haven’t read Super! by Justin Piatt and Zach Dolan, and you love superhero comics – you don’t know what you’re missing. This is the real thing!
Glenn and Ray, along with special guest Allison Eckel of The All Things Fun! New Comics Vidcast, her son Thomas, and our official intern, Frank Castle, also discuss the Costume Contest at the Camden Comic Con, the Spider-Verse, the Avengers, Secret Wars in all its incarnations, Ready Player One, and the Golden Age of Atari videogames, all right here.
You can check out the complete show notes and listen to the episode 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! Welcome to Episode 95 of The GAR! Podcast!
Enjoy, we’ll see you next week, with the final episode recorded live at the Camden Comic Con – until then, GAR!
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