Masashi Kishimoto’s Naruto, about a school for ninja, ran from 1999 to 2014. What’s appealing about this series to kids? In this episode, Kumar asks a kid — his own 10-year-old son, Ashwin! Kumar’s been reading it himself, so father and son exchange takes on the comic, including what it was about the anime version that didn’t measure up to the manga, and Ashwin’s favorite Naruto character.
On the road again…. Something something I don’t know when…. And er…. etc.
Look if you’re looking for country and western you’ve come to the wrong place!
It’s now Diamond Dallas UFP Page
Bulk Nutrients pre work out is great!
The Men who stare at goats is a very good movie
The comic business is booming at ComicZone!
Ryan Reynolds needs the money to pay for Blake Livelys’ sex change operation
C Bomb is NOT in the mafia
UFP Crew questions and Talk Topics
- Other comic books characters we’d be keen to see share some screen time
- Pat Broderick taking aim – The War On Cosplay
- Batgirl moonlighting as Beyonce
- Benedict Cumberbach CONFIRMED as Dr Strange
- Suicide Squad movies casting confirmed
- Krysten Ritter cast as Jessica Jones
- Michael Colter cast Luke Cage
- ‘Krypton’ Series In Works At Syfy From David Goyer & Ian Goldberg
- Announcements from PSX 2014 The Playtstation Experience
- Naruto final review
- Cinemaware release It Came From the Desert™: The Action Game – Extended Cut only for Sega Genesis/ Megadrive
- Hellboy and the BPRD
- Angela #1
- Secret Six #1
Straight from the convention booth of Publishers Weekly at New York Comic Con, it’s More to Come! Your podcast source of insider comics publishing news, discussion and controversy. Starring Heidi MacDonald, the Eisner-nominated blogger of ComicsBeat.com, Calvin Reid, Senior News Editor of Publishers Weekly and Kate Fitzsimons, More To Come’s intrepid producer!
In part one of our NYCC special interview coverage, Calvin Reid speaks with Leyla Aker, v-p of publishing at Viz Media, about news on the Viz platform, Viz Europe and Comixology, and Perfect Square as well as the manga market and her own publishing background. He also interviews Mari Morimoto, translator of such classic manga as Inuyasha and Naruto and a licensed vet about life in manga translation and the state of the current manga market live from NYCC on PWCW’s More to Come.
Stay tuned for the next installment of our NYCC interview coverage!
This week on your favourite comics radio show and podcast that dares to go where no one has gone before, we welcome Vic Mignogna to the Monster Cave. Vic is currently starring as Captain Kirk in the web series ‘Star Trek Continues‘. You’ve also heard his voice talents on every single cartoon ever (this is only a slight exaggeration). He joins us to chat about playing the icon that is Kirk as well as the rest of his vastly diverse career in entertainment.
If you have a question for Vic Mignogna, feel free to post it on our Facebook wall or give us a call at 506-453-4949.
Shawn interviews Tara Platt (Naruto: Shippûden) and Yuri Lowenthal (Ben 10), creators/actors of the web series Shelf Life and goes behind the scenes of the series and also talk about their work in the voice-over world of animation and video games.
Then later in the show, Donny Salvo stops by to talk some movie trailers with Shawn and the tangent machine goes to full steam ahead!
Shelf Life: The Series – http://www.shelflifeseries.com/
Shelf Life You Tube Channel – http://www.youtube.com/user/ShelfLifetheSeries