Two Geeks Talking
Summary: Entertainment Industry Interviews. Comics, Film, Music and Game Publishers. Hundreds of Audio and Video interviews. Thousands of hours of creative industry experts all at one click of a button.
Super powers are supposed to be for those destined for greatness... But, who is really destined to become a superhero? Sam Johnson comes on the show to talk about his original story of Geek Girl as we discuss what it means to be a superhero, writing style and engaging the audience with thought provoking main and supporting characters. We go into Issue #1 through #3, even as I beg to know more about the final issue #4...
Richard Crouse is a film critic for many years and also the festival curator at the Cineplex Flashback Film Festival. He stops by the show to promote an amazing nostalgic festival that takes films like: Air Force One, Blade Runner: The Final Cut, The Fugitive, Cohen Brothers: Blood Simple and Fargo, Fight Club, Heat, Groundhog Day, Jurassic Park, Legend, Shallow Grave, Pulp Fiction, The Fifth Element, Starship Troopers, The Running Man, and Trainspotting. They are digitally remastered for 4k! Festival runs in 26 cities across Canada from February 3 to 9, 2017!
Brad LaDouceur is the Vice President of Events at Cineplex. A Windsor Ontario native, he stops by the show to promote an amazing nostalgic festival that takes films like: Air Force One, Blade Runner: The Final Cut, The Fugitive, Cohen Brothers: Blood Simple and Fargo, Fight Club, Heat, Groundhog Day, Jurassic Park, Legend, Shallow Grave, Pulp Fiction, The Fifth Element, Starship Troopers, The Running Man, and Trainspotting. They are digitally remastered for 4k! Festival runs in 26 cities across Canada from February 3 to 9, 2017!
"Doc" aka Carlo San Juan, MD and Eisner nominated Rod Espinosa stopped by on Two Geeks Talking to discuss their newest graphic novel "Immortal Wings", this was their first interview promoting Antarctic Press' book due later this year. We also discussed how they meet, their passions and interests and my patented four questions at the end of every interview.
Larry Blamire has loved Sci-Fi B-Movies since he was a little kid. Fast forward a few decades and living out in California, he's making his dream a reality. In fact, his series The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra has a cult following for Families of All Ages. We sat down and talked with Larry about his inspirations, passions, the movie industry for those starting out all in a jam packed show.
When you hear the word "Furry", what comes to mind? Is it negative or positive? What about the word "Fandom"? We discuss Fandoms, Furries, Sexuality in these groups and Anime trends that could put it in a negative light. Joining us for today's show is Dr. Courtney Plante, psychologist at Western University in Ontario, Canada.
Tom Hammock is a writer, illustrator, director, comic book fan and got his start in the film industry in a different way than what you might think, and it was in architecture, one of Tom's other loves. That being said this was a great interview where we discussed his newest film The Well!
Celebrating ten years in Comics, especially on the web is always a great milestone. Add to that a Journey across the USA to cities she has fans in just to say hi and sign books is even better. We're joined today by long time friend Danielle Corsetto from Girls with Slingshots and my intern Sarah Lau joins us as well to ask her hero questions.
A cartoonist, funny person, teacher, caritcaturist and much more. We go into the mind and person that is Will Terrell! He even Spoil Alert's me on my own show, saying who the next secret guest was going to be!
A student, music producer and plays in the Mike Hearn band. We discuss what passions, creativity and music means to Alex Seguin from Seguin productions.
Comic Artist known for his Kirby-esque style, this former race car driver in Figure 8 racing circuits and co-creator/artist of PAWS Studios comic Pet Force, we sit down and talk with George Lane about comics, Jack Kirby, Conventions then and now, the price of success in the industry and how he remains creative after all these years.
Sunday night Smackdown will commence when we face off against the reigning, defending creator of THE #1 Womenâ??s Wrestling comic on the internet. In the red corner, we are joined by Alan Evans, creator of Rival Angels!
Starting off 2014 with a bang, we are joined by five creators that discuss key topics like Marketing, Branding, Conventions and Social Media. These tips and frank discussions are by all talented Webcomic/Comic Creators. D.J. Coffman from djcoffman.com (also Hero by Night), Byron Wilkins from 1977 the Comic, Robin Childs from Ley Lines, Thom Pratt from Shadowbinders, Brian J. Crowley from Hamster Rage. A great show and you will surely learn a few more tips and tricks to help you get that edge you are looking for.
Five years is a long time to not talk to a wonderful person like my next guest. She appeared back in Episode 60 and then again at C2E2 2010 and now after all this time and many life changing events, Gina Biggs returns to TGT! We have a lot to catch up on from the Volume 2 of Kickstarter for ERSTWHILE, to the end of Red String, discussed female artists and drawing sexy porn stories through Filthy Figments, and finally her newest comic Demon Aid.
We are joined tonight by a creative duo that has more than a few comic books to their names: The Uniques and Rainbow in the Dark. Even better they have â??many irons in the fireâ?? a secret Random House project and a soon to be released late 2014 Documentary called â??Animated Realismâ??. Welcome Comfort Love and Adam Withers to the show!