Visual Arts Podcasts
Scrapbooking For Your Speakers!! The Worlds FIRST Scrapbook and Paper Arts Podcast. We aren't just for scrapbookers! If you stamp, collage, journal, decoupage, swap, make cards, alter, photograph, teach, or consult we are the podcast for YOU! Join us to explore all facets of paper crafting, as well as the lives we live surrounding it!
CandidRadio.com with Zman and Littleflurry, what happens when 2 creatively outspoken liberals try to find their way in an uptight ultra-conservative town located in rural IL. Think small town with a church every other block meets George Carlin but with more jokes. This podcast is for mature audiences and shouldn't be considered worksafe. Unless you work at a whorehouse or you have a good set of headphones. Listen to us rant and be a part of our show by calling us at 206-666-I DO U (4368)
By LittleFlurry and Zman, "If it's inappropriate, we are going to say it."
The iFanboy.com Comic Books Podcast is a weekly talk show discussing the best in current comic book releases. Ron, Conor and Josh will share what they loved and hated about the week's comics. With a deep, sometimes scary knowledge of the depths and intricacies of pop culture and the geek lifestyle, the conversations can spin off in many directions. While comics, graphic novels and trade paperbacks are the center of the iFanboy universe, the discussion often covers the video games, movies and TV shows which will capture the fancy of your regular comic book reader. Fun, intelligent, witty and entertaining, the iFanboy crew are just as likely to agree as argue about what's good and what's bad in superhero comics, indie comics, humorous comics, and important graphic novels as well as the creators, writers and artists behind them. We've even occasionally been in the same room as guys like Brian Michael Bendis, Kurt Busiek, Warren Ellis, Jim Lee, Joe Quesada, Steve Dillon, Kevin Smith, Stan Lee and others. It was a big room, but we were in it. This podcast is so good, you don't even need to read comics to enjoy it, but it's a lot better if you do.