Ep 81 ComicPop Visits with Lynn E. Main, Author of “Zombie Waltz Volume 2”


Ep 81 ComicPop Visits with Lynn E. Main, Author of Zombie Waltz Book 2

Lynn E. Main joins ComicPop with news of the release of the second volume for his Zombie Waltz Trilogy.  Some exciting news as well for our listeners…Lynn will be at TopCon (Topeka, Kansas) this weekend September 9th and 10th, where you can go and see him in person.  Pick up your copy of Zombie Waltz Volume 2 and have Lynn sign it!  Lynn also gives exclusive news about a new project he is working on, so be sure to listen.

What we discussed in this episode:

  1. Zombie Waltz Volume 2, Lynn E. Main, CreateSpace, 2017.  ISBN: 978-1545207895, $12.95.

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.


Zombie Waltz Facebook Page “DeadBoys Life”

Lynn E. Main’s E-Mail Address

TopCon Geek Expo

Scott Novosel’s Website

Scott Novosel’s Facebook Page

ComicPop Library’s Facebook Page

Been One of Those Weeks

I want to apologize to everyone for having such a slow week.  We have had some fast turn arounds here.  We had the holiday weekend last weekend and when we got back the recording area had water damage that we had to take care of and then make sure everything was good to go.

Then we had a family member on my wife’s side pass away on the holiday weekend, so today we are leaving out for the funeral this weekend.

The next post will be a podcast and then with everything quieting down next Monday we should be back to normal.  Again I apologize for this lack of posts this week.  I’ll see you on the flip side – Richard

Ep 6 ComicPop TV…Well BSing About “Doctor Who”

Ep 6 of ComicPop TV…Well BSing about Doctor Who

Are you ready to do some timey wimey things?  When you’re dealing with time travel who better to have as your guide than Doctor Who.  Join us as we BS about the newer seasons of BBC’s Doctor Who.

Music clips used this episode:

  1.  “Unbelievable” featuring Hanson, Mobile Orchestra, Owl City, Republic, 2015.
  2.  “When Can I See You Again”, Wreck it Ralph Soundtrack, Owl City, Walt Disney Records, 2012


Ronald Seipel RPS Custom Models Facebook Page

ShadowStorm Studios’ YouTube Channel

ShadowStorm Studios’ Facebook Page

ComicPop Library’s Facebook Page

Hannah Featherstone’s Music Video for “Solo”

Hannah Featherstone is giving us “Solo” for our listeners to check out.  In this single Hannah plays with a slower smoother tempo that you get through some Jazz pieces.  The staccato beat the single carries the listener through the slower jazzy parts of the single.  The blending sounds strange, but it works here.  The video features Hannah with a static filter to keep the watcher interested in the flow.  Here’s Hannah Featherstone’s music video for “Solo” through her YouTube channel – Richard:

Ren with the Mane’s Single “Hypnotize”

Ren with the Mane is sharing with our listeners her single “Hypnotize”.  Within this single I love the drum beat and the bird calls that make you feel like you are in a jungle.  It’s just a great illusion that is placed in you mind as you listen to Ren.  “Hypnotize” is a slower song, but the drums and strong bass beat keep the single moving forward to its climatic end.  About two thirds of the way into the single the instrumentals swell into a grand sound with additional instruments coming into play.  With Ren’s smoky voice she captures the listener and takes you on a journey.  Here’s Ren with the Mane’s single “Hypnotize” through SoundCloud – Richard:

Eden Warsaw’s Music Video for “Somebody Tell Me”

Eden Warsaw shared with us his single “Somebody Tell Me” a while back.  Now he has the music video up for the single and he wanted to share it with our listeners as well.  The video is what I call a band video, where the majority of the video focus’ on the band.  So here’s Eden Warsaw’s music video for “Somebody Tell Me” through his YouTube channel – Richard:

Kris Angelis’ Music Video for “Kevin Bacon”

Kris Angelis has given everyone a fun catchy song to enjoy with her “Kevin Bacon” single.  Then along with it she, with director Emma Bell, produced a very fun Footloose homage music video for the single for everyone to enjoy.  This single is placed in the country/pop arena with Kris’ voice shinning through.  You can tell she had fun singing and filming the video for this single.  If they haven’t had Kevin Bacon watch this video they definitely need to, I think he would appreciate it.  Very interested in listening to her EP Heartbreak is Contagious that everyone can download from their digital vendor of choice.  And you know I have to mention the Wonder Woman penciling in the background in the boyfriends bedroom wall, I would love to have that for my collection.  Anyway kick back and have a fun time watching and listening to Kris Angelis’ single “Kevin Bacon” through her YouTube channel – Richard

Ep 12 ComicPop Heroes Take on “Mind The Gap”

Ep 12 ComicPop Heroes Take on “Mind The Gap”

Who tried to kill Elle Peterssen, but instead left her in a coma?  Who’s going to investigate this mystery?  How about Elle Peterseen…how is this possible?  Find out as the ComicPop Crew discuss Jim McCann and Rodin Esquejo’s Mind The Gap Vol. 1: Intimate Strangers.

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. Mind The Gap Vol. 1: Intimate Strangers, Jim McCann – writer, Rodin Esquejo – illustrator, Image Comics, 2012.  ISBN:  978-1607065982, $ 9.99.

Music clips used in this episode:

  1. “Sweet Dreams”, Sweet Dreams, Eurythmics, RCA Records, 1983.
  2. “Rockin’ Robin”, Bobby Day, Class, 1958.
  3. “Train of Thought”, Four Songs, Andrew Lubman, 2007.


Image Comics Website

Michael Slyvester’s Photography Website

Michael Slyvester’s Photography Facebook Page

ShadowStorm Studios’ YouTube Channel

ShadowStorm Studios’ Facebook Page

ComicPop Library’s Facebook Page

The Dot and The Line’s Music Video for “Draw Me In”

The Dot and The Line is coming out of the gate strong.  They are sharing with us their music video for “Draw Me In” and that is exactly what they did to me.  It is a slower song, but tell me when you watch the music video and listen to the single it doesn’t draw you in as well.  From the start of this single my mind immediately thought how this would be a great song to place on a soundtrack for a post-apocalyptic movie’s ending credit song.  The music video is done in such a way that re-enforces that concept for me.  This single slows down your day and makes you contemplate.  Nicely done all the way around and see if The Dot and The Line doesn’t draw you in with their music video for “Draw Me In” – Richard:

Midnight Beach’s Music Video for “No”

Midnight Beach is sharing with our listeners again.  This time they want everyone to check out their music video for their single “No” from their self-titled LP.  Midnight Beach still comes out with the electronica sound, but with a slower bass beat.  The mixing for this single is tremendous.  With the softer lead vocals and the heavy bass beat the vocals could have been lost within the instrumentals.  However, the mixer made sure the vocals were a distinct track that rose above the instrumentals.  The music video is crisp and clean and fun to watch.  The dancing is right out of the late 1980’s – 1990’s as well as the sound.  Their self-titled LP is out now!  Here’s Midnight Beach’s music video, for “No”, through Vevo – Richard

No by Midnight Beach on VEVO.