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These shows aired on Tuesday Nights from 10 pm to 11 pm
Mercy "replaced" Ed as co-host in April.

 DATE

 GUEST/TOPIC

 DESCRIPTION

 LENGTH

AUDIO 

 11/14/00

Gill Fox

  Marc Svensson joined us as we interviewed this golden age artist who both inked and "ghosted." We talked about colleagues such as Lou Fine, Jack Cole, Dik Browne and Reed Crandall as well as his career since the Quality Comics days: the Berenstein Bears children's books, political cartoons, Stars and Stripes (he did the famous WW II "She Looks Clean" cartoon) and the "Side Glances" and "Bumper to Bumper" newspaper strips. He also is one of the few golden age artists who saved some of his original art from those times.

 1 hr

 
 11/21/00

  Joe Gill
Willie Franz
Sam Glanzman

  Two Charlton war comics writers and a DC/Charlton war comics artist. Joe, a WW II veteran, and Willie, an anti-Viet Nam war protester, discuss the changing attitudes toward war and writing war comics from the '40s to the '60s. Sam drew both. A fascinating discussion hosted and recorded by Allan Rosenberg at a recent Big Apple Con.

1 hr

 
 11/28/00

  Terry Nantier

  The 'N' of NBM Publishing talks about the European Comics, U.S. comic strips, Will Eisner fairy tale adaptations and adults-only comics that they publish. With Jeff Lindenblatt.

1 hr

 
 12/05/00

Mimi Rosenberg

  A review of the recent Mad Magazine book, an update on the "Pacifica Crisis" then listener phone calls.

1 hr

 
 12/12/00

 No Guest

  A review of Carmine Infantino's new book, then listener phone calls.

 1 hr

 
 12/19/00

  Frank Bolle

  A Gold Key penciller and inker in the '50s and '60s (westerns, Solar, Man of the Atom) and a comic strip artist from the '50s to his present day assignment on Prince Valiant. Not all comics artists were affected by the Kefauver Hearings.

1 hr

 
 12/26/00

"A Century of Comics"

  A discussion of the evolution of comic strips and comic books as an industry and an art form then listener phone calls.

1 hr

 
 01/02/01

 No Guest

  "The Year in Comics" then listener phone calls.

 1 hr

 
 01/09/01

  No Guest

  Some reviews from us then listener phone calls.

 1 hr

 
 01/16/01

  Erik Larsen
Part One

  A short obituary for golden age Superman artist Leo Nowak then a fannish converstion with the artist who followed Todd McFarlane on Spider-Man, one of the founders of Image Comics and the creator / writer / artist for Savage Dragon. We even mentioned his DNAgents work. Recorded with Allan Rosenberg at a recent Big Apple Con.

 1 hr

 
 01/23/01

Erik Larsen
Part Two

  The rest of the interview. While this was airing, Adam Michael Lindenblatt was being born while the show was on in the birthing room and several people were arrested doing civil disobedience at the station to protest "the coup."

 1 hr

 
 01/30/01

"The '70s"
Part One

  When we did the overview of comics history a few shows ago, we were running out of time so we barely mentioned the '70s. David Donovan, Marc Svensson and Jeff Lindenblatt discuss this pivotal decade in comics history where the industry became more diverse and more mature.

 1 hr

 
 02/06/01

"The '70s"
Part Two

  We went into so much detail we needed another week.

 1 hr

 
 02/13/01

 Greg Boone
Alex Simmons

  Membership Drive Special. We brought the discussion of racism from the pages of the Comic Buyers' Guide to the air, comparing the comics industry with general society, personality conflicts with racism. We also talked about Alex's upcoming Batman series and Greg's work with Disney since his last appearance on 'Nuff Said!, 7/6/94.

 2 hrs

 
 02/20/01

 Pre-emption

  WBAI Membership Drive

 0 hrs

 
 02/27/01

 Pre-emption

  The Membership Drive was extended.

 0 hrs

 
 03/06/01

  No Guest

  Some reviews from us then listener phone calls.

 1 hr

 
 03/13/01

"Relationships"

  With Jeff Lindenblatt, Chris Companik and Mercy Van Vlack from a Valentine's Day listener suggestion. A broad topic that covered super-hero teams, gay and straight couples, "teen" comics, soap opera aspects in comics, a discussion of thought balloons and an analysis of the ingredients of a successful fictional relationship.

 1 hr

 
 03/20/01

"The Mighty Atom"

  I talked about real-life strongman Joseph "The Mighty Atom" Greenstein who physically took on Nazis on E. 86th St. in the 1930s. Then we took listener phone calls, mostly about Greenstein.

1 hr

 
 03/27/01

Jay Maeder
Andy Pepoy

  With Jeff Lindenblatt. The current writer and artist of the (Little Orphan) Annie newspaper strip compare their version with creator Harold Gray's.

1 hr

 
 04/03/01

Andrew Pepoy

  We continue with the artist half of the Annie team to talk about his comic book projects for mainstream and independent publishing. He's inked for Marvel, DC, Archie, comic strips and black and white comics. How do techniques vary?

1 hr

 
 04/10/01

Russ Heath

  Best-known as a DC war comics artist, he also was the prime artist for Stan Lee's new internet project so we went behind the scenes there, too. Recorded at a recent Big Apple Con with Allan Rosenberg and Jeff Lindenblatt.

1 hr

 
 04/17/01

Brian Stelfreeze

  Best known for his painted covers and interior pencils for Batman, he is one of the founders of Atlanta, GA's Gaijin Studios and has sometimes refused higher-paying advertising work to continue in comics. Great for comics!

1 hr

 
 04/24/01

 No Guest

  A detailed report on our visit to the International Museum of Cartooning in Boca Raton then listener phone calls.

1 hr

 
 05/01/01

 No Guest

  A review of NBM's Marcel Proust graphic novel precipitated quite a discussion of Proust, European comics and adapting prose to comics when we went to listener phone calls.

1 hr

 

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