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Ep. 41 ~ 17 Oct 18 ~ Pop Culture Meetup – 4TH BIRTHDAY HALLOWEEN CELEBRATION!!!!

Pop Culture Podcast Crew: Jacob, Liam, Felix, Brad, Claire, Amanda, Sean, Krishna, Oliver, ‘redacted’, Paul, & Jeremey!!

Podcast Topics:
– Happy 4th Birthday to us!!
– Our Favourite Halloween Movies & Spooky Pop Culture Characters
– Wheel of Time Amazon TV Series (Fantasy Book Series)
– Rockstar 100hr Crunch Brag
-What we have been all reading/watching/playing this month!!!

Come along to our next meetup on Fri 17th Nov 2018, 5pm at Brisbane Square Library!! Or join in the discussion online NOWWWWW……

Brisbane Pop Culture Meetup Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/BrisbanePopCultureMeetup/

Most Popular Podcast Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/501943196826833/

Thanks for tuning in!! Chat soon ~ ABx &DrPM

Ep. 32 ~ Phantom Dinner Interview w/ Sammy J & ‘Chronicle Chamber’ Podcast

Our quick after dinner chat with Sammy J was POD-BOMBEDβ„’ by Dan, Jermayn & Stephen from the Chronicle Chamber Podcast (how dare they, haha!!!!). Listen in as we discuss the fun that was had at the 30th Lee Falk Memorial Bengali Explorers Club Annual Charity Dinner, and the Frew Publications presence at Supanova Sydney. The noisy chatter you can hear in the background is the dinner party wrapping up, as many of the dedicated dinner phans were heading home after an evening of everything that is Phantom and phun (and an open bar) πŸ˜‰ Looking forward to catching up with all our old and new friends in the Phantom community real soon!!

Find Sammy J on ABC iView, Netflix, or at his Website:http://www.sammy-j.com/
*Link to Buy his Book ‘The Long Class Goodnight’

#PODBOMBED L-R: Stephen, Dan, Andrew Constant, Jermayn, Paul, Sammy J.

Chronicle Chamber Podcast: https://www.chroniclechamber.com/
*ChronicleChamber began life in 2006 as a humble discussions forum. It wasn’t long after that it was grown into a fully fledged website quickly becoming the on-line resource for all your Phantom needs. It was the first fan-run website to interview creators from all major Phantom publishers and in 2013 debuted X-Band, the world’s first and thus far only Phantom dedicated podcast.

 

Ep. 15 ~ Pitching Comics for Film Panel w/Movie Producer, Robbie Miles ~ ACAF 2018

Australian Comic Arts Festival ~ Q&A Panel discussing the film and comic book industries, genre, tropes, how to get projects considered for film/submission, materials, who to talk to, budgets, a few of the stories he has/is making for film, project/story management/development, tag lines & pitching, finding the right people for the right projects & relationship building, book adaptation examples, character development, stereotypical examples of what to stay away from, literary agents, screenwriting, and much, much more. Quality, informative, and inspiring information for anyone looking to get started!!

With artist – Nicola Scott, and writer – Andrew Constant, also providing insight!

If you have a follow up question, please contact Robbie via LinkedIn: https://au.linkedin.com/in/robbie-miles-45ab7249

 

Ep. 12 ~ Zombie Survival Chats ~ ACAF 2018

As we sat in the drawing room at the Australian Comic Arts Festival, the topic soon turned to zombies and survival (AKA why the kids in The Walking Dead are doing it all wrong). Politics were discussed, as were tanks, our own strategies, and a few of the different comic book/tv takes on the issue. Christian Read will probably be ok in his mountain lair, Paul and I are joining the boys from his Thai kickboxing gym who catch fish in the Brisbane River from bows and arrows they make themselves, and joining us at the end there was Trevor Clark… not sure where you are from sir, but god speed!
*The name of the BBC zombie show we couldn’t remember was ‘In The Flesh’ πŸ˜‰ Continue reading “Ep. 12 ~ Zombie Survival Chats ~ ACAF 2018”

Aussie Comic Book Secrets Revealed at ACAF

There seems to have been some trepidation from some comic fans in taking a chance on a ‘first-time’ event, fears which have proven to be completely unfounded. While the numbers were slightly lower than expected, what the attendees lacked in volume, they make up for in enthusiasm and passion. They had a willingness to utilise the festival’s unique opportunities to absorb as much of the knowledge that decades of good, bad and ugly experience had bestowed upon the plethora of artists and writers in residence. While I did not make it to a lot of panels (as I was hosting in other areas), the snippets of the few I was able to sit in on were well researched and informative, with feedback from participants being highly positive.Β  Continue reading “Aussie Comic Book Secrets Revealed at ACAF”

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