Ep 60 ComicPop Rockin’ in the Dirt with Ren

Ep 60 ComicPop Rockin’ in the Dirt with Ren

Join the ComicPop Crew as they check out Ren’s folk inspired music.  We get transported to the coasts of Ireland as we discuss Ren’s A Calling From The Shore EP.  Many thanks to Ren for his patience and letting ComicPop enjoy his music.

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.

What we reviewed in this episode:

  1. A Calling From The Shore EP, Ren, 2017.

Music clips used in this episode:

  1. “The Coast”, A Calling From The Shore EP, Ren, 2017.
  2. “Rockin’ Robin”, Bobby Day, Class, 1958.
  3. “All That I Need”, A Calling From The Shore EP, Ren, 2017.

Links:

Ren’s Website

Craig Greenberg’s Website

Craig Greenberg Facebook Page

ComicPop Library’s Facebook Page

Ep 24 ComicPop Licensed to Read C. R . Chancy’s Count Taka and the Vampire Brides

Ep 24 ComicPop Licensed to Read C. R . Chancy’s Count Taka and the Vampire Brides

Do you like to travel?  Do you like spooky places?  If you like both of these then here’s your chance to combine the two topics.  Join Logan and Richard as they travel with Kae Mishima to Tramontana, Kae’s latest travel destination.  See what the ComicPop Duo think of Tramontana as they discuss C. R. Chancy’s novel Count Taka and the Vampire Brides: A Comedy of Epic Vampire Bromance!

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. Count Taka and the Vampire Brides: A Comedy of Epic Vampire Bromance!, C. R. Chancy, CreateSpace, 2016.  ISBN: 978-1533466389, $14.99.

Music clips used in this episode:

  1. “Count On Me”, Doo-Wops & Hooligans, Bruno Mars, Elektra Entertainment Group, 2010.
  2. “Rockin’ Robin”, Bobby Day, Class, 1958.
  3. “Train of Thought”, Four Songs, Andrew Lubman, 2007.

Links:

C. R. Chancy’s Amazon Page

Craig Greenberg’s Website

Craig Greenberg Facebook Page

ComicPop Library’s Facebook Page

Ep 71 ComicPop Visits with ComicPop Library

Ep 71 ComicPop Visits with ComicPop Library

Vance Major, the producer of Stormfront Pt 1 – A Star Trek Fan Film Production, turns the table on ComicPop Library.  Vance takes control of the recorder and interviews Jonathon and Richard about their experience as cameos as Star Fleet Officers in his production.  Logan was in another part of the studio doing some work so we missed out on his thoughts.

Music Clips:

  1. “Movin’ Right Along”, Kermit and Fozzie, The Muppet Movie SoundTrack, Atlantic Records, 1979.

Links:

Vance Major’s Facebook Page

Promenade Facebook Page

ShadowStorm Studios’ YouTube Channel

ShadowStorm Studios’ Facebook Page

Craig Greenberg’s Website

Craig Greenberg Facebook Page

ComicPop Library’s Facebook Page

Ep 47 ComicPop Rockin’ in the Dirt with K-Pop’s Super Junior

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Ep 47 ComicPop Rockin’ in the Dirt with K-Pop’s Super Junior

Did someone say they wanted more K-Pop?  Why I guess we did…Take a trip with the ComicPop Crew to enjoy one of April’s all time favorite groups as we discuss Super Junior and their album Devil.

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.

What we reviewed in this episode:

  1. Devil, Super Junior, SM Entertainment, 2015.  ASIN: B011LMCJP4, $22.90.

Music clips used in this episode:

  1. “Devil”, Devil, Super Junior, SM Entertainment, 2015.
  2. “Rockin’n Shine”, Devil, Super Junior, SM Entertainment, 2015.
  3. “We Can”, Devil, Super Junior, SM Entertainment, 2015.

Links:

https://www.youtube.com/user/SUPERJUNIOR – Super Junior YouTube Channel

http://craiggreenbergmusic.com/news/ – Craig Greenberg’s Website

https://www.facebook.com/craiggreenbergmusic/?fref=ts – Craig Greenberg Facebook Page

https://www.facebook.com/pages/ComicPop-Library/135675669828474?ref=ts&fref=ts – ComicPop Library Facebook page.

Ep 51 ComicPop Visits with Scott Novosel, Author of “Fieldhouse”

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Ep 51 ComicPop Visits with Scott Novosel author of Fieldhouse

ComicPop had the pleasure of having our first in-studio Visit.  Jonathon, Michelle, and Richard have a fun visit with Scott Novosel, the author of the graphic novel Fieldhouse.  During the visit we discuss the graphic novel’s message of not giving up and how it depicts Scott’s journey to be on the Kansas University’s basketball team his Senior year.  So join us and get a shot of Scott’s infectious positivity.

Item reviewed:

  1. Fieldhouse, Scott Novosel – author, Sam Sharpe – illustrator, Fieldhouse, 2015.  ISBN: 978-0976835387, $24.99.

Music clips used in this episode:

  1. “Sound of Bounce: Dear Boys (Hoop Days) Opening Theme”, Da Pump, Dear Boys OST, 2003.

Links:

http://fieldhousebook.com/ – Scott Novosel’s Website

https://www.facebook.com/fieldhouse.book?fref=ts – Scott Novosel’s Facebook Page

http://craiggreenbergmusic.com/news/ – Craig Greenberg’s Website

https://www.facebook.com/craiggreenbergmusic/?fref=ts – Craig Greenberg Facebook Page

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

Ep 48 ComicPop Visits with Musician Craig Greenberg

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Ep 48 ComicPop Visits with Musician Craig Greenberg

Craig Greenberg joins the ComicPop Crew for a fun filled evening.  We visit with Craig about interesting times in his life and the music that now fills his life, ,that began at an early age.  Enjoy our visit with Craig and be sure to check out his album The Grand Loss & Legacy.

Music clips used in this episode:

  1. “Weekend Holiday”, The Grand Loss & Legacy, Craig Greenberg, Seeing Green Music, 2015.
  2. “Death on the Liberty Line”, The Grand Loss & Legacy, Craig Greenberg, Seeing Green Music, 2015.

Links:

http://craiggreenbergmusic.com/news/ – Craig Greenberg’s Website

https://www.facebook.com/craiggreenbergmusic/?fref=ts – Craig Greenberg Facebook Page

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

Ep 43 ComicPop Rockin’ in the Dirt with Craig Greenberg

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Ep 43 ComicPop Rockin’ in the Dirt with Craig Greenberg

April, Lenny, Jonathon, and Richard discuss the musical stylings of Craig Greenberg and his album The Grand Loss & Legacy.  Thanks to Craig for sharing his music with ComicPop Library.  Be sure to check out his album on his website or on iTunes.

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.

What we reviewed in this episode:

1) The Grand Loss & Legacy, Craig Greenberg, Seeing Green Music, 2015.

Music clips used in this episode:

1) “My Love is Alive”, The Grand Loss & Legacy, Craig Greenberg, Seeing Green Music, 2015.

2) “I Hope You Understand”, The Grand Loss & Legacy, Craig Greenberg, Seeing Green Music, 2015.

Links:

http://craiggreenbergmusic.com/news/ – Craig Greenberg’s Website

https://www.facebook.com/craiggreenbergmusic/?fref=ts – Craig Greenberg Facebook Page

http://www.cmichaelhall.com/ – C. Michael Hall’s Website for Atomic Raygun Comics

https://www.facebook.com/Vampsylvania-1166247510067291/timeline – Vampsylvania Facebook Page

http://vampsylvania.blogspot.com/ – Vampsylvania Website

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

Music Video to “That Girl is Wrong For You”

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“That Girl is Wrong for You” by Craig Greenberg is a fun song that has fun lyrics and a fun beat.  Now you can add a fun music video to that list.  I had a great time watching the video, check it out through his YouTube channel – Richard:

Take it from Greenberg “That Girl is Wrong for You”

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City Bird has given ComicPop what I consider a cool/fun song.  “That Girl is Wrong for You” is Craig Greenberg’s single from his album The Grand Loss & Legacy.  It starts with a nice opening beat that builds up and then drops into the Randy Newmanesque voice and sound of Greenberg.  I for one love it!  Check it out through SoundCloud – Richard: