A chronological review and discussion of the Batman and Detective Comics published in the 1970s. Hosted by JB Anderton, this podcast will summarize and review each issue to explore whether the comics stories have dated or still stand the test of time as well as discover what aspects we know and love of the character originated during the Bronze Age.
By JB Anderton
All modelers have a life but what do we know of it. This podcast is as much about the people in model railroading has it is about the hobby itself. I've met so many interesting people in the hobby over the years I decided it would be fun to share their back stories with everyone else. So come along with me, Lionel Strang as we discover just how many fascinating folks there are in this great hobby of ours.
By Lionel Strang
Mark of the Maker is a panel discussion with renowned custom knife makers Tom Krein, Sean Kendrick and Michael Burch, and hosted by Mark Stheiner. The format is much like a group of friends sitting around in The Pit at Blade Show, talking knives - a look at life from the perspective of the maker as well as the collector. Covering broader topics such as tactical knife history, trends, industry commentary and influences of social media, as well as conversations with other knifemakers, collectors and notable figures in and around the custom knife world. Music: “noir guitar” by Stevie’s Amp Shack, from the Free Music Archive, CC BY 4.0
By Discussion of knives, knifemaking, and knife collecting with makers Michael