Ep 21 ComicPop Licensed to Read Angel Edenburn’s “Night Blind”

Ep 21 ComicPop Licensed to Read Angel Edenburn’s “Night Blind”

The ComicPop Crew never knew what was right here in their own backyard.  In the midst of all of Kansas’ farmland there are things transpiring that if known could suck the life out of them.  Now the Crew knows so could they be in danger and any other Kansas reader or “gasp” our listeners as we discuss Angel Edenburn’s first book in her Kansas Vampires series Night Blind.

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Remember if you have a novel, graphic novel, movie/television series or an indie band you want us to check out let us know by e-mailing us at admin@comicpoplibrary.com and we will put it in our review rotation list.  Also if you have a question or comment send us an e-mail at admin@comicpoplibrary.com and we will read it during a recording.  Thank you again for everyone that listens and supports us, we are steadily growing thanks to you.  So keep spreading the word about ComicPop Library to everyone you think might enjoy the show.

What we reviewed in this episode:

  1. Night Blind, Kansas Vampires Book 1, Angel Edenburn, CreateSpace, 2015.  ISBN: 978-1518756824, $7.45.

Music clips used in this episode:

  1. “Just a Little Peck”, Drew Seeley and Adrian Slade, I Kissed a Vampire, Alter Ego Industries, 2010.
  2. “Rockin’ Robin”, Bobby Day, Class, 1958.
  3. “Train of Thought”, Four Songs, Andrew Lubman, 2007.

Links:

Angel Edenburn’s Website

Angel Edenburn’s Author Facebook Page

The Mix’ Website

The Mix’ Facebook Page

ComicPop Library’s Facebook Page

 

Ep 20 ComicPop Licensed to Read James Young’s “An Unproven Concept”

Ep 20 ComicPop Licensed to Read James Young’s “Unproven Concept”

The future is here.  Space liners are making deep space cruises and there is a space force out in the universe to protect the Confederation’s citizens.  The space line Titanic has entered a restricted sector and has been attacked.  The Confederation’s newest ship, Constitution, has been dispatched to assist.  Will the Constitution be in time?  Join the ComicPop Crew as they man the mics to discuss James Young’s science fiction novel An Unproven Concept.

For another fun time listen above, at www.comicpoplibrary.com, or wait until later today and it will be up on our iTunes feed.

Remember if you have a novel, graphic novel, movie/television series or an indie band you want us to check out let us know by e-mailing us at admin@comicpoplibrary.com and we will put it in our review rotation list.  Also if you have a question or comment send us an e-mail at admin@comicpoplibrary.com and we will read it during a recording.  Thank you again for everyone that listens and supports us, we are steadily growing thanks to you.  So keep spreading the word about ComicPop Library to everyone you think might enjoy the show.

What we reviewed in this episode:

  1. An Unproven Concept, James Young, CreateSpace, 2013.  ISBN: 978-1494811556, $9.00.

Music clips used in this episode:

  1. “Why Me”, Planet P Project, Planet P Project, Geffen Records, 1983.
  2. “Rockin’ Robin”, Bobby Day, Class, 1958.
  3. “Train of Thought”, Four Songs, Andrew Lubman, 2007.

Links:

James Young’s Website.

James Young’s Facebook Page.

Lauren Lynne’s Website

Lauren Lynne’s Facebook Page

ComicPop Library’s Facebook Page

Ep 15 ComicPopping Manga Style with “Tokyo ESP”

Ep 15 ComicPopping Manga Style with Tokyo ESP Vol. 1

The ComicPop Crew witnesses the birth of a new generation of superheroes and super villains.  How are all these people getting super powers – radiation or are they mutants?  No.  They get their powers by flying translucent fish passing through their bodies.  Join us as we discuss Hajime Segawa’s fun superhero adventure manga Tokyo ESP.

Here is another fun filled episode, by listening above, at www.comicpoplibrary.com, or wait until later today and it will be up on our iTunes feed.

Remember if you have a novel, graphic novel, movie/television series or an indie band you want us to check out let us know by e-mailing us at admin@comicpoplibrary.com and we will put it in our review rotation list.  Also if you have a question or comment send us an e-mail at admin@comicpoplibrary.com and we will read it during a recording.  Thank you again for everyone that listens and supports us, we are steadily growing thanks to you.  So keep spreading the word about ComicPop Library to everyone you think might enjoy the show.

What we reviewed in this episode:

  1. Tokyo ESP, Volume 1, Hajime Segawa, Vertical Comics, 2015.  ISBN: 978-1941220603, $15.95.

Music clips used in this episode:

  1. “Tokyo ESP Opening 1”, Tokyo Zero Hearts, Faylan, Lantis, 2014.
  2. “Train of Thought”, Four Songs, Andrew Lubman, 2007.

Links:

Vertical Comics Website

Metropolis America’s Website

Metropolis America’s Facebook Page

ComicPop Library’s Facebook Page

Ep 14 ComicPopping Manga Style with “Evergreen Vol. 1”

Ep 14 ComicPopping Manga Style with “Evergreen Vol. 1”

It’s back to High School for the ComicPop Crew.  We meet our new friends Hotaka, Niki, On-chan, and Soga, as they navigate the world of high school and relationships.  Join us as we discuss this slice-of-life romp in Yuyuko Takemiya and Akira Kasukabe’s Shogo Manga Evergreen.

Here is another fun filled episode, by listening above, at www.comicpoplibrary.com, or wait until later today and it will be up on our iTunes feed.

Remember if you have a novel, graphic novel, movie/television series or an indie band you want us to check out let us know by e-mailing us at admin@comicpoplibrary.com and we will put it in our review rotation list.  Also if you have a question or comment send us an e-mail at admin@comicpoplibrary.com and we will read it during a recording.  Thank you again for everyone that listens and supports us, we are steadily growing thanks to you.  So keep spreading the word about ComicPop Library to everyone you think might enjoy the show.

What we reviewed in this episode:

  1. Evergreen, Vol. 1, Yuyuko Takemiya – writer, Akira Kasukabe – illustrator, Seven Seas Entertainment, 2015.  ISBN: 978-1626921504, $12.99.

Music clips used in this episode:

  1. “Evergreen”, World of Our Own, Westlife, BMG, 2001.
  2. “Train of Thought”, Four Songs, Andrew Lubman, 2007.

Links:

Seven Seas Entertainment’s Website

ShadowStorm Studios’ YouTube Channel

ShadowStorm Studios’ Facebook Page

ComicPop Library’s Facebook Page

 

Ep 33 ComicPop…corn Movies Midnight Showing of “Big Trouble in Little China”

Ep 33 ComicPop…corn Movies Midnight Showing of “Big Trouble in Little China”

“This is Jack Burton in the ‘Pork Chop Express’ and I’m talking to whoever’s listening out there.  It’s a pretty amazing planet we live on here.  And a man’d have to be some kind of fool to think we’re all alone in this universe.”  And with that the ComicPop Crew get taken on a fantastical fun filled adventure in John Carpenter’s Cult Classic Big Trouble In Little China.

For another fun time listen above, at www.comicpoplibrary.com, or wait until later today and it will be up on our iTunes feed.

Remember if you have a novel, graphic novel, movie/television series or an indie band you want us to check out let us know by e-mailing us at admin@comicpoplibrary.com and we will put it in our review rotation list.  Also if you have a question or comment send us an e-mail at admin@comicpoplibrary.com and we will read it during a recording.  Thank you again for everyone that listens and supports us, we are steadily growing thanks to you.  So keep spreading the word about ComicPop Library to everyone you think might enjoy the show.

Items Reviewed:

  1. Big Trouble in Little China, John Carpenter – Director, 20th Century Fox, 1986.   ASIN:  B000QUCQX8, $15.74.

Music Drops Used:

  1. “Train of Thought”, Four Songs, Andrew Lubman, 2007.

Links:

Andrew Lubman’s Website

Andrew Lubman’s FaceBook Page

ComicPop Library’s Facebook Page

Ep 11 ComicPop Heroes Take on “Graveyard Shift”

Ep 11 ComicPop Heroes Take on “Graveyard Shift”

Have you ever had to work the graveyard shift?  Some don’t have a choice and it becomes a life style especially when they are a vampire.  Join the ComicPop Crew as we discuss Jay Faeber and Fran Bueno’s graphic novel Graveyard Shift.

Join us for another fun episode by listening above, at www.comicpoplibrary.com or wait until later today and it will be up on our iTunes feed.

Remember if you have a novel, graphic novel, movie/television series or an indie band you want us to check out let us know and we will put it in our review rotation list.  Also if you have a question or comment send us an e-mail at admin@comicpoplibrary.com and we will read it during a recording.  Thank you again for everyone that listens and supports us, we are steadily growing thanks to you.  So keep spreading the word about ComicPop Library to everyone you think might enjoy the show.

Item reviewed:

  1. Graveyard Shift, Jay Faerber – writer, Fran Bueno – illustrator, Ed Dukeshire – letterer, Image Comics, 2015.  ISBN: 978-1632153753, $14.99.

Music clips used in this episode:

  1. “Like a Vampire”, Catrien Maxwell, Catrien Maxwell Publishing, 2013.
  2. “Rockin’ Robin”, Babby Day, Class, 1958.
  3. “Train of Thought”, Four Songs, Andrew Lubman, 2007.

Links:

Image Comics Website

Lolita Dark’s Website

Lolita Dark’s Facebook Page

ComicPop Library’s Facebook Page

 

Ep 10 ComicPop Heroes Take on “Hinges”

Ep 10 ComicPop Heroes Take on “Hinges”

The ComicPop Crew takes a strange turn into a toy marionette world.  We aren’t the only newcomers through.  Orio and Bauble are new to this world as well.  We join them to discover what this world is and that Orio and Bauble’s role in it will be.  Join our discussion for Meredith McClaren’s Hingles Book 1: Clockwork City.

Join us for another fun episode by listening above, at www.comicpoplibrary.com or wait until later today and it will be up on our iTunes feed.

Remember if you have a novel, graphic novel, movie/television series or an indie band you want us to check out let us know and we will put it in our review rotation list.  Also if you have a question or comment send us an e-mail at admin@comicpoplibrary.com and we will read it during a recording.  Thank you again for everyone that listens and supports us, we are steadily growing thanks to you.  So keep spreading the word about ComicPop Library to everyone you think might enjoy the show.

Item reviewed:

  1. Hinges Book 1: Clockwork City, Meredith McClaren, Image Comics, 2015.   ISBN: 978-1632152534, $15,99.

Music clips used in this episode:

  1. “Malfunction”, Quintessential, Steam Powered Giraffe, Steam Powered Giraffe, 2016.
  2. “Train of Thought”, Four Songs, Andrew Lubman, 2007.

Links:

Image Comics Website

Occupants the Movie Website

Julia Camara’s Website

Julia Camara’s YouTube Channel

ComicPop Library’s Facebook Page

Ep 32 ComicPop…corn Movies – Jack Reacher

 

Ep 32 ComicPop…corn Movies – Jack Reacher

Reacher has come to town and you don’t want to get on his bad side.  The ComicPop Crew keeps to the right side as we discuss the feature film Jack Reacher.

For another fun time listen above, at www.comicpoplibrary.com, or wait until later today and it will be up on our iTunes feed.

Remember if you have a novel, graphic novel, movie/television series or an indie band you want us to check out let us know by e-mailing us at admin@comicpoplibrary.com and we will put it in our review rotation list.  Also if you have a question or comment send us an e-mail at admin@comicpoplibrary.com and we will read it during a recording.  Thank you again for everyone that listens and supports us, we are steadily growing thanks to you.  So keep spreading the word about ComicPop Library to everyone you think might enjoy the show.

Items Reviewed:

  1. Jack Reacher, Christopher McQuarrie – director, Paramount, 2012.  ASIN: B01K205QAQ, $5.00.

Music Drops Used:

  1. “Train of Thought”, Four Songs, Andrew Lubman, 2007.

Links:

Brittany Wilson’s Facebook Page for Sparky Cosplay

ShadowStorm Studios’ YouTube Channel

ShadowStorm Studios’ Facebook Page

Andrew Lubman’s Website

Andrew Lubman’s FaceBook Page

ComicPop Library’s Facebook Page

Ep 18 ComicPop Licensed to Read “No Room In Hell”

Ep 18 ComicPop Licensed to Read “No Room In Hell”

Since there’s no room in Hell the ComicPop Crew get to experience Hell on Earth.  Join us as we discuss William Schlichter’s No Room In Hell: The Good, The Bad and The Undead, Volume 1.  Will we survive to read Volume 2?

For another fun time listen above, at www.comicpoplibrary.com, or wait until later today and it will be up on our iTunes feed.

Remember if you have a novel, graphic novel, movie/television series or an indie band you want us to check out let us know by e-mailing us at admin@comicpoplibrary.com and we will put it in our review rotation list.  Also if you have a question or comment send us an e-mail at admin@comicpoplibrary.com and we will read it during a recording.  Thank you again for everyone that listens and supports us, we are steadily growing thanks to you.  So keep spreading the word about ComicPop Library to everyone you think might enjoy the show.

What we reviewed in this episode:

  1. No Room In Hell: The Good, The Bad and The Undead, Volume 1, William Schlichter, ZD Publishing, 2016.

Music clips used in this episode:

  1. “The Man Comes Around”, American IV: The Man Comes Around, Johnny Cash, American Recordings/Universal, 2002.
  2. “Train of Thought”, Four Songs, Andrew Lubman, 2007.

Links:

William Schlichter’s Facebook Page

William Schlichter’s BHC Press Authors Page

Andrew Lubman’s Website

Andrew Lubman’s FaceBook Page

ComicPop Library’s Facebook Page

Ep 13 ComicPopping Manga Style with “Tokyo Ghoul, Vol. 1”

Ep 13 ComicPopping Manga Style with Tokyo Ghoul, Vol. 1

Jonathon, Logan, and Richard go down the dark allies of Tokyo and discover there are more than just thieves and muggers that go bump in the night.  Join them as they discuss Volume 1 of Sui Ishida’s Tokyo Ghoul.

Here is another fun filled episode, by listening above, at www.comicpoplibrary.com, or wait until later today and it will be up on our iTunes feed.

Remember if you have a novel, graphic novel, movie/television series or an indie band you want us to check out let us know by e-mailing us at admin@comicpoplibrary.com and we will put it in our review rotation list.  Also if you have a question or comment send us an e-mail at admin@comicpoplibrary.com and we will read it during a recording.  Thank you again for everyone that listens and supports us, we are steadily growing thanks to you.  So keep spreading the word about ComicPop Library to everyone you think might enjoy the show.

What we reviewed in this episode:

  1. Tokyo Ghoul Vol. 1, Sui Ishida, Viz Media, 2015.  ISBN: 978-1421580364, $12.99.

Music clips used in this episode:

  1. “Unravel”, TK, Tokyo Ghoul Opening, Ling Toshite Sigure, 2014.
  2. “Train of Thought”, Four Songs, Andrew Lubman, 2007.

Links:

http://www.viz.com/ – Viz Media’s Webpage.

https://www.facebook.com/OfficialVIZMedia/?fref=ts – Viz Media’s Facebook Page

http://starshiprepublic.com/ – Starship Republic’s Website

https://www.facebook.com/starshiprepublic/?fref=ts – Starship Republic’s Facebook Page.

http://www.andrewlubman.com/Welcome.html – Andrew Lubman’s Website

https://www.facebook.com/AllYouNeedIsLub?fref=ts – Andrew Lubman’s FaceBook Page

https://www.facebook.com/pages/ComicPop-Library/135675669828474?fref=ts – ComicPop Library’s Facebook Page