Geek in the City

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Issue 228 – 5-Year Missions, PAX Talk, Ask a Slave Interview

Greetings Programs! A show jam-packed with awesome. Shaking up the format a bit Aaron and Kielen open with a special Fun With Race as Kielen speaks with Azie Dungey, the talented actress and creator behind Ask a Slave. Learn what inspired her and what she hopes to accomplish. Then, Kaebel joins us with Amy Rosko of Atomic Arts as they celebrate the 5-Year Mission at Sequential Art Gallery. And, we are joined by Alicia Orme as she reports on all things PAX and adventures with Fireball! Thank you all for listening and continually supporting our show. We loves you all!

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Issue 215 – Rating Morgan Freeman – Alex Rodriguez Art – Gets Serious

Greetings Programs. In this issue, a casual conversation about father and son watching Star Trek Into Darkness morphs into rating movies with Morgan Freeman Bombs. Then, Merrick Monroe of Sequential Arts Gallery brings their June artist Alex Rodriquez to talk about his newest show – ITSAJACKAL opening. Finally, a rather serious Fun With Race as we talk about raising a child of a different ethnicity. As always, thank you for listening.

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– Bridge City Comics

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Issue 198 – R2-A-Hole – David Walker – Steve Lieber

Greetings Programs. What a show. What. A. Show. First, the guys rip into JJ Abrams running nerd Hollywood and why it’s a bad call. And, why R2-D2 is a war criminal. Then, Kielen sits down and has a great conversation with David Walker and the Portland Black Film Festival playing all month at the Hollywood Theatre. Then, we’re joined by Kaebel Hashitani of Sequential Art Gallery and the February guest, Steve Lieber. Hear how Steve broke down Alabaster: Wolves for Dark Horse Comics and how he won 4Chan with Underground! Like we said, what a show.

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– Bridge City Comics

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Issue 181 – 1st Thursday – Another Comic Rant – Fixing Detriot

Greetings Programs! Kaebel Hashitani joins the crew and we’re off and running with costume mash-ups. Then, what starts as a review of AvX (spoilers) turns into another talk on what’s going on with comics and culture. Then, Kielen fixes Detroit, so listen! Next, Kaebel brings attention to all the wonderful 1st Thursday events for October and why you need to attend Fright Town. All that, and Aaron takes on the fly D&D Questions… Like a boss! Download and listen won’t you please!?

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Issue 178 – RCCC Recap & Camping

Greetings Programs! No, your eyes don’t deceive, the show does indeed start with a long conversation on camping and the dangers of Coyotes. Thankfully, we turn to the awesome of Rose City Comic Con, why it worked, what we loved, and what we want in 2013. And, why Wizard World can suck it. Finally, a fast Dally Demands and a rather strange Fun With Race as we’re joined by Kaebel Hashitani and hug-master Michael Ring! As always, we thank you for your support and high new listeners!

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