On this episode of the PVDcast, I go “live” when I visit What the Rock to talk to comic creator, Ken Eppstein. It has been a long time since Ken has appeared as a guest and he has lots to talk about! We discuss some changes he has made in his personal and professional life, his new endeavor with the cool rock ‘n roll store, What the Rock, Ken’s love of music and chat about several of his new projects. We even manage to touch on the topic of S.P.A.C.E., of which Ken and many other great creators will be a part of this weekend. This episode is a rockin’ good time, so give it a listen!
The guys from Drunken Cat Comics, Brian Canini and Derek Baxter, stop by on this installment of the PVDcast. These guys are quite busy with numerous projects going on. They are in the middle of a Kickstarter campaign to fund The Big Year, a graphic novel that chronicles Brian’s life (a sequel to Fear of Flying). We also talk about Glimpses of Life and Plastic People, two other projects that are rolling out. Brian and Derek also share their views and reminisce about their experiences at S.P.A.C.E. (Small Press and Alternative Comics Expo). This edition was as fun to create as it is to listen to!
- Special thanks to Stephen Hines for giving me some rocking music to use for Orlando Hates!
Frank James Bailey is a true Renaissance man! He is a former radio DJ, current voice actor and the creator of the illustrated novel, Tercona! It’s a kid-friendly tale about growing with super powers, dealing with life and battling evil forces. Find out what the inspiration was for Frank to create this illustrated novel and his future plans for it. We also dive into the world of voice acting, screenwriting and cartoons!
On this mini-episode of the PVDcast, I explain what’s been going on over the past few weeks. Things get rolling with my tales of website malfunctions, a computer that needed some work & an email from Eric Embry. Then, I share my opinions & thoughts on the NHL Trade Deadline deals that occurred on March 1. I throw in my ideas for what movie should be the next TV series that hits the air and I wrap up with an Orlando’s Fav that reveals what NHL team I detest! Sit back and enjoy this hodgepodge of podcasting goodness!
On this edition of the PVDcast, I am joined by a man that I’ve known for many years, Sherman Tank. A veteran of pro wrestling, Tank opens up about his decision to call it quits in a few months. Tank also discusses his new endeavor, Spine Buster University, and shares his feelings about training the new generation of wrestlers. We also talk about the upcoming OCW event, slated for February 18 and wrap up the episode with a football-related installment of Tag, Feud or Job™. This is one audio battle royal that you don’t want to miss!
He’s back!!! Brian Lau stops by The PVDcast again to discuss his project, Staunch Ambition. Brian is gearing up for issue #2 and is launching a Kickstarter campaign in March. Brian talks about the feedback he has received for issue #1, as well as his hopes for the second issue. We even diverge a bit from comics and discuss our favorite sci-fi films. This episode wraps up with a fiery, double-barreled edition of Orlando Hates! Tune in and find out what has my dander all stirred up!
On this episode of the PVDcast, I sit down with OCW stand-out, Robby “Super” Starr. Whether he was cheered or jeered, Robby has been a mainstay in the independent professional wrestling scene, since his start. Robby shares stories of his training, his successful singles and tag team career and his informal education in pro wrestling. Robby even catches me off guard during a round of Tag, Feud or Job™, forcing me to call an audible! So, get ready for this episode to bodyslam your eardrums!
On this episode of the PVDcast, I am joined by Jack Wallace, the man behind Disposable Fiction Comics. Things have changed since the first-time Jack sat down with me to talk about Disposable Fiction Comics. While the company has plenty of great comics and projects going on, their network of creators has increased tenfold. Hear Jack talk about putting together this amazing roster of talented artists. We also chat about the current projects that Disposable Fiction Comics are putting out, as well as some upcoming things on the horizon.
Ever walk into a comic book store and not know what to buy? My guests on this episode of the PVDcast can help fix that problem! Victor Dandridge and Ryan Seymore are the hosts for Black, White and Read All Over, a comic book review show. This YouTube show features Victor and Ryan discussing the week’s new comic books, giving viewers an educated guide of what books to grab. Victor, Ryan and I talk a lot about comics, their beloved YouTube show and even discuss a little marketing campaign for one of our favorite Hollywood actors. So tune in and enjoy this energetic episode that is destined to put a smile on your face!
After a long break for the holidays, the PVDcast returns with a new episode featuring film critic, Paul Markoff. We discuss the crop of movies that came out after Paul’s last appearance on this podcast; which covers films released in July through December of 2016. Hear our opinions on some of the big films from last year. NOTE: This is a spoiler alert! If you haven’t seen Rogue One, Paul & I debate the merits of the film that may ruin it for you. This debate will begin at 54:30 time mark and end at 1:00 time mark.