On this interview episode, Gene and Derek are excited to have Carol Tyler back on the podcast. Her new book Fab4 Mania has recently been released from Fantagraphics. It’s Carol’s memoir about her time growing up as a Beatles fan, covering the early years of the mop tops and especially The Beatle’s presence in America. As Carol reveals, she was a devotee from the very beginning, watching the group’s legendary appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show on February 9, 1964, their initial tour around the United States immediately after, the media and merchandising circus surrounding it, and the almost never-ending radio presence of four lads. And everything in the book leads up to the crescendo of The Beatles’ appearance at Comiskey Park on August 20, 1965, a concert that Carol excitedly attended. Fab4 Mania also covers the many excitements and challenges Carol faced in displaying her love of The Beatles, especially among friends and when it came to her Catholic school.
In her conversation with Gene and Derek, Carol talks not only the book, but her own personal recollections growing up during that time. They talk music of the time — where Carol disses by comparison other British groups such as Herman’s Hermits, Gerry and the Pacemakers, and The Dave Clark Five — and Carol even DJs and sings for the guys. It’s definitely a memorable interview, one that Derek and Gene will not soon forget.
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Jon Hoche joins Jimmy in the co-host chair again this week! Jimmy is madly prepping for San Diego Comic Con and has so much to do! News includes: Harley/Ivy will meet Betty/Veronica, Frank Miller is doing a 300 prequel, Marvel’s New Warriors is cast with Milana Vayntrub as Squirrel Girl, The Umbrella Academy live action series is coming to Netflix, Titan Comics is publishing an illustrated adaptation of The Beatles’ animated film Yellow Submarine, Michael Jackson’s Halloween will be an hour long animated special this October on CBS, and more! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us!
Last week at Small Press Expo, Derek had the opportunity to sit down with Carol Tyler for a one-on-one interview. Her book from last year, Soldier’s Heart: The Campaign to Understand My WWII Veteran Father: A Daughter’s Memoir(Fantagraphics) was up for a 2016 Ignatz Award in the “Outstanding Graphic Novel” category. Derek talked with Carol about the book’s nomination and about the impact her memoir has had on her own life since its publication. They spend a good deal of time talking about the current state of veteran’s affairs, the debilitating effects of PTSD, and how Soldier’s Heart both has and hasn’t resonated within the veteran’s community. Carol also discusses the current projects she has underway, including a follow up (sort of) to her father’s story and a project documenting the days leading up to her attending The Beatles concert at Comiskey Park in August 1965. As she tells Derek, in that work she’ll be channelling her inner 13-year-old-girl self. This is a moving and, at times, a deeply personal interview, one that reflects the sheer impact of Carol Tyler’s writing.
Live from San Diego Comic-Con, it’s More To Come! Interviews fresh from the convention floor from Heidi MacDonald, the Eisner-nominated blogger of ComicsBeat.com, Calvin Reid, Senior News Editor of Publishers Weekly, with new episodes daily during the con!
In today’s Saturday edition of More To Come’s 2013 San Diego Comic-Con special coverage, Calvin interviews writer and Tony Award-winning music producer Vivek Tiwary about his new graphic novel and movie The Fifth Beatle – The Brian Epstein Story and talks about the SDCC 2013 so far, while Kate reports in from home base and discusses the Eisner Awards in this podcast from PW Comics World.
This week on the most rambunctious LIVE comic book radio shoe and podcast, we welcome self taught and self published comic creator Sean Ward to the program. We were introduced to Sean’s comics this past October when we visited Hal-Con and now we pass our Sean Ward experience on to you, dear listener. In addition to his ‘Super Party’ and his Beatles biography ‘Tomorrow Never Knows’, you may also know Sean via his Batman of Toronto viral video of a few months ago. If you have questions for Sean (such as ‘Where are the other drugs going?’) feel free to post it on our Facebook wall, hit us up on Twitter or give us a call at 506-453-4949.
In a episode as tight as a 17 year olds vagina(For us Fathers of Girls this is more of a hope than a statement), A lot of awesomeness and geekitude (it is my god damn show i can invent words if i want to) is discussed. We learn the secret to ass wipery, the greatness of Matt Smith as Dr. Who, The shear lyrical ability of Anvil, and Our Top Five Perfect Albums, with lots of audience participation. The Old may have lice, But that doesn’t stop them from riding the bus. Monkey wants to know what we are watching (when it is not Porn) and the boys either watch no current TV or have the worst memories that has ever been recorded on the interwebs. Comics, Comics, Comics: Superman 701 is given the old How do ya do, as well as wonder woman 601, GI Joe Hearts and Minds 2 and 3. Thor the Mighty Avenger is revisited, Solar Man of the Atom is mentioned in Passing, and you are teased into a Fight that could be on hand for Next week, over the one and Only Brian Michael “I am the next great writer in America” Bendis. Enjoy Folks!
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This episode is a rerun that originally aired September 8th, 2008.
Episode 5 – Forgotten And Neglected Television Shows
The Freaks discuss some of their favorite television shows that may have fallen through the cracks. Join Chris Honeywell and Scott H. Gardner for list of idiot-box presentations that have either been forgotten, overlooked, unfairly panned or just plain ignored — but are well worth your attention.