May 22

Black Lightening Trailer

This looks good!  CW Network is still bring us our DC Comics superhero goodness and this time it’s Black Lightening.  This looks to fit in seamlessly with the other CW superhero shows.  I’m having so much fun seeing all of this comic book and science fiction goodness hitting the small screen and big screen!  Here’s the trailer through IGN’s YouTube channel:

May 22

Nozart Releases Story Driven Single “Orphanage”

Nozart is back and this time they are sharing with our listeners their single “Orphanage”.  For fans of songs that are story based, which Logan and I are,  “Orphanage” is made for you.  The opening to this single itself feels like you are opening a book and getting ready to read a story.  The simple rhythm and instruments give this single a fairy tale aspect.  The vocals come through nice and clear and add to the story quality.  It is a slower song, but the quality overcomes that.  We are choosing to show the music video for “Orphanage” from Nozart’s YouTube channel.  One because it is an animated video and we love animation here and two the animation for the music video makes it feel like you are reading a Neil Gaiman story made by Tim Burton.  Props to Noah Kellman on a finely done song and music video.  Here’s Nozart’s “Orphanage” music video – Richard:

May 22

The Nut Job 2 Trailer

For all of our animation fans the next upcoming feature is The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature.  The park is threatened again and the resident animals join forces to save their home.  Here’s the trailer from MovieClips Trailers YouTube channel:

May 22

Venom Feature Slated for 2018 Release

ICv2 is reporting that even before Spider-Man: Homecoming hits theaters, Sony is hard at work moving forward with a Venom feature film.  It is reported that Tom Hardy is slated to play Eddie Brock/Venom and the feature will be directed by Ruben Fleischer.  It is slated for a October 2018 release.

May 19

Ep 76 ComicPop Visits with Lauren Lynne About Her Upcoming Novel “The Recalcitrant Project”

Ep 76 ComicPop Visits with Lauren Lynne about Her Upcoming Novel “The Recalcitrant Project”

Lauren Lynne invites you to the near future where the world has collapsed into a dystopian society.  However, Lauren has the ComicPop Crew with her and we can have a good time no matter the situation.  We want you to join us as well, as we discuss her Secret Watchers series and next weeks upcoming release of Lauren Lynne’s novel The Recalcitrant Project.

The Recalcitrant Project release date is May 27, but you can pre-order yours now!

What we discussed in this episode:

  1. The Recalcitrant Project, Lauren Lynne, Wyvern’s Peak Publishing, 2017.  ISBN: 978-0999021200, $14.99.

Music clips:

  1. “Strangers Like Me”, Tarzan Soundtrack, Phil Collins, Walt Disney Records, 1999.
  2. “One Call Away”, Nine Track Mind, Charlie Puth, Artist Partner Group, 2016.

Links:

Lauren Lynne’s Website

Lauren Lynne’s Facebook Page

Wyvern’s Peak Publishing Website

Wyvern’s Peak Publishing Facebook Page

Kazha and Kazuha’s Website

Kazha’s Facebook Page

ComicPop Library’s Facebook Page

May 19

Emma Charleston’s Latest Single “Enjoy the Ride”

Emma Charleston is back again sharing her latest release “Enjoy the Ride” from her Enjoy the Ride EP.  With this single Emma slows the pace down with a piano intro and then builds to a crescendo and then back to a slower pace to begin the next verse.  This piece is a contemplative single that reminds everyone to “Enjoy the Ride”.  This single has the mix of pop/folk that works well for Emma that many will enjoy.  Here’s Emma Charleston’s “Enjoy the Ride” through SoundCloud – Richard:

May 19

Author/Cosplay Event with Susanne Lambdin at the Museum of World Treasures

Remember if you are in the Wichita area tonight be sure to stop by the Museum of World Treasures for their Cosplay Time Travel.  It will be from 8:00 pm to Midnight at the museum.  Susanne Lambdin will be there as the guest of honor.  She will have both of her new books Seeker of Magic and Immortal Hearts available for everyone to get their copies.  Since this is a cosplay event you get to dress up in costume, but if you choose not to you can still come and enjoy others costumes and company.  Entry fee is $20.00 in advance and $25.00 at the door.  We hope to see you there!

Museum of World Treasures Cosplay Time Travel Facebook Event Page

May 19

Farrah Mechael’s Single “Be Here”

Farrah Mechael is sharing with our listeners her latest single “Be Here”, from her Farrah Please EP.  “Be Here” sets squarely in the pop arena and with some of the choices of music style, with the instrumentals, it has an international feel.  This international feel fits well since the lyrics mention ‘traveling around the world’.  The single asks if someone’s significant other will be there if paths one takes has them traveling.  You would think this would be a slow single, however the instrumentals and Farrah’s vocals give it that popping vibe.  Here’s Farrah Mechael’s “Be Here” through SoundCloud – Richard:

May 18

Seven Deadly Sins Trailer

If you enjoyed Fairy Tail you will see the similar animation style here in Seven Deadly Sins.  Looks to be another lighthearted fantasy romp from FUNimation.  Part one of season one is currently available if you like to get an early start on the series.  Usually I try to wait to see if they combine parts one and two into a single package.  I know you have to wait longer for it, but it just looks nicer on the shelf.  Anyway Seven Deadly Sins looks like a fun one to consider for your anime collections.  Here’s the trailer from FUNimation’s YouTube channel:

May 18

Marcus Paul James Delivers with “Living in Dreams”

Rhythm and Blues listeners rejoice!  You have a new single that delivers a strong entry into the genre in Marcus Paul James’ “Living in Dreams”.  The single is from his EP Paper Hearts and if the rest of the EP is like this single it will be a beautiful addition to your music collections.  Marcus has that powerful lower range voice that resonates through the whole single.  The instrumentals with the single lend a heaviness to the single that takes the listener on a complete journey.  Take some time and enjoy Marcus Paul James’ “Living in Dreams” through SoundCloud – Richard:

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