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This week we interview voice over artists Yuri Lowenthal and Tara Platt. Both are on the animated series Naruto. Their body of work is extensive in animation and the gaming industry. Yuri and Tara share some great information on how they started out in the world of voice over recording. CNI52

Around Comics Ep. 042 – Ed Brubaker

Around Comics Ep. 042
Around Comics welcomes writer Ed Brubaker for an extended interview to talk about his exciting new project with former partner-in-crime, Sean Phillips. Brubaker and Phillips reunite on the noir project ‘Criminal’, published under Marvel’s Icon label. The current writer of Captain America, Daredevil and the Uncanny X-Men discusses the new street level series that explores the world of professional criminals.

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Around Comics Ep. 041

Around Comics Ep. 041
Around Comics welcomes John Siuntres of Wordballoon, and Crank and Mike Norton of the Crankcast to the roundtable this week. The topic of discussion centers on whether or not Marvel and DC have a responsibility to produce comic books outside of the super hero genre. We also go over the weeks comic book news and give our Top of the Stack recommendations with a special appearance by Scar Tissue artist Dave Wachter.

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Comic Book Noise 56 is online

Females and fandom. 45 minutes.

Here is are the downloads:
Regular version
Dialup version

Links:
Friends of Lulu website
Green Brain Comics
Comics Worth Reading
Sequential Tart
Shelly’s Comic Book Shelf
Redhead Fangirl
When Fangirls Attack
Comic Buyers Guide
I Read Comics
Comic Talk Cafe
About Heroes
Birds Of Geek
Collected Comics Library
Golden Age Of Comics
Komicskast
Comic Geek Speak
Comic Timing
Around Comics
Raging Bullets
Friends Of Lulu

Comic Timing Episode 14

Episode 14 is released, and it is one of our best episodes yet. Peter Rios of Comic Geek Speak joins David Price and myself for a discussion on the ramifications, and benefits of being a comic geek. Should you hide your passion from those close to you, or is it quite simply another hobby and nothing to be ashamed of? We also touch on the media’s effect on the social stigma associated with comic books, what TV shows like Heroes and Who Wants To Be a Superhero? might do to help comic geeks get accepted, significant moments that led to us accepting our comic geekdom, how comics can help you relate to younger generations, and we announce the winner of our iTunes art contest! To see the art, just view the Now Playing tab in iTunes and you’ll see the new face of Comic Timing.

Speaking of the new face of Comic Timing, with this episode David Price steps down from his position of co-host to pursue a new project, which I am eagerly anticipating. David will still be back from time to time, but simply will not be on every episode. He will be missed, but you’ll hear the Man of 1000 Podcasts around, and will also have plenty of great guests to talk comics on the show. A special episode of Comic Timing, episode 14B, will be released no later than Sunday, which will be tackling the recent news development: the delay of Civil War.

As always, you can e-mail Comic Timing at comictiming@gmail.com, and don’t forget to vote for us on Podcast Alley!

Until next episode, thanks for listening!

Download Comic Timing – Episode 14