Thu, 25 November 2010
I wanted to do this podcast to show how articulate my nephew is on his own. So that when I quote his ideas or insights in written reviews people don't think I'm inflating his eloquence. I love what he says about the series. I'm very thankful I can discuss books with him.
There is a great website for Chi's Sweet Home (http://www.chisweethome.net/ )
You can watch the anime of Chi's Sweet Home free on Crunchyroll (http://www.crunchyroll.com/chis-sweet-home)
You can see the Simon's Cat videos here (http://www.simonscat.com/)
Thu, 18 November 2010
CORRECTION: Wandering Son is by Shimura Takako not Moto Hagio. I apologize for the error. Thanks to Julia for correcting me.
They Were Elven were published as four comic issues under Viz's Flower Comics label in 1995. You can see the covers here: http://www.milehighcomics.com/cgi-bin/backissue.cgi?action=list&title=87279571026&snumber=1
Andrea's blog: http://ahorbinski.dreamwidth.org/
Julia's blog: http://goldenagegirl.blogspot.com/
My review of the book: http://comicsworthreading.com/2010/11/10/a-drunken-dream-and-other-stories-recommended/
The NY Times comics writer includes A Drunken Dream on his gift giving list: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/11/26/books/26graphicbooks.html?_r=1
Here is the audio from Hagio's San Diego Comic Con (SDCC) panel: http://www.thecomicbooks.com/Audio/10-07-23-SD-MotoHagio.mp3
Here is a transcript of the Hagio's SDCC panel: http://manga.about.com/od/mangaartistinterviews/a/Interview-Moto-Hagio.htm
Here is Shannon Garrity's interview of Hagio: http://www.tcj.com/manga/an-interview-with-moto-hagio/
Johanna's review of Ooku: http://comicsworthreading.com/2009/11/25/ooku-the-inner-chambers-books-1-and-2-recommended/
You can follow us on Twitter: I'm @edsizemore, Johanna is @johannadc, Andrea is @tmcqu22n, & Julia is @mizzelle
Wed, 3 November 2010
***Spoilers Alert Spoilers Alert Spoliers Alert Spoilers Alert***
With this episode, I hope to bring the podcast back to its intended biweekly schedule. I can’t do a weekly podcast because of the amount of time it takes to edit these. Look for new episodes every other Thursday. I’ve also given in to convention and started numbering the episodes.
Here is KC's review of the first box set of Batman: The Brave & the Bold
Be sure to visit Sam’s blog, A Life in Panels http://alifeinpanels.wordpress.com/
Here are some factual corrections.
1) The Golden Age Spectre did kill his villains
2) The 70’s Spectre was written by Michael Fleisher and drawn by Jim Aparo
3) The Green Latern/Green Arrow stories of the 70’s were written by Denny O’Neil and drawn by Neil Adams
You can follow us on Twitter. Sam is @SamKusek and I’m @edsizemore