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Wednesday, September 06, 2006


Andi Watson has posted the second of our two-pager. If you look close, there may be hints as to what it's for.

And the promotion continues...Yup, that's me you can hear on Fanboy Radio today. I love Scott Hinze, because the dude just digs comics. Click the graphic I yoinked from their site to go to their site, or read the press release underneath it, as it gives you the skinny on the rest of the guests and all of your listening options.


Bummed about comics being pushed back a day? Fanboy Radio delivers a new episode to help ease the painful 24-hour wait. Today’s episode features conversations with three novelists with ties to comic book culture. Up first, Barry Lyga discusses his book The Astonishing Adventures of Fanboy and Goth Girl which will be released October 2nd. Then, host Scott Hinze speaks with Tom De Haven who penned It’s Superman, the paperback hit bookstores last week. The show ends on Jamie Rich of The Everlasting, in stores now, and multiple romance comics out of Oni Press.

“Lyga and Rich are two good friends that I have been eager to have back on” says Scott. “Barry has come from working at Diamond Comics and Jamie from Dark Horse and Oni – they can’t help but infuse comic-y goodness into their work. Mr. De Haven is a veteran-novelist, contributor to The New York Times and Entertainment Weekly and is definitely helping to expand awareness of the return of quality comics to the general public. His book takes the Superman mythos very seriously and really brings the character into the real world in an interesting, original way. During my summer vacation, I had a chance to read all of their work and I’m really excited about promoting these fanboy-friendly novels.”

Tune in for Fanboy Radio #330 today, Wednesday, September 06, for Fanboy Radio with Fanboy-Friendly Novelists at 1pm Central (2pm Eastern, 11am Pacific)

Fanboy Radio broadcasts from http://www.fanboyradio.com , streams the latest episodes from http://www.myspace.com/fanboyradio and offers exclusive podcasts from http://www.fbrpc.com

Fanboy Radio is a live comedy radio show about the world of comic books and pop culture hosted by Scott Hinze and Oliver Tull. The hour of interviews, humor and information airs from the KTCU studios in Fort Worth, Texas on KTCU 88.7 FM - The Choice, online via internet - KTCU streaming audio and is syndicated across the United States and Canada. Fanboy Radio is made possible by Dallas/Fort Worth area comic book retailer, Y2Komics, the online comic book retailer, ComicHole.com, and the animation distributor, FUNimation Entertainment.

Current Soundtrack: Kelis, Kelis Was Here

Current Mood: famous

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