Happy Holidays!

Ash and I are taking a week off to spend the holidays with our families. We’ll be back next week with a brand new episode to wrap up 2014. Everyone have a happy, healthy, and safe holiday.

-M

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Episode 17 – Brian Davis and Alyssa Rosales

Our guests are cosplayers, artists, and designers, Brian Davis and Alyssa Rosales. We spoke to them about cosplay, Wasteland Weekend, Monica Bellucci, growing up bored, media reboots, monster movies, The Hobbit, Cary Fukunaga, Chris Carter, the process behind CG video effects, Jurassic Park, scary clowns, Ray Harryhausen, Ryan Murphy, video and music stores, Star Wars, comic book movies, CG vs. practical effects, changes in the music industry, and serial killer stories.

LINKS
Alyssa’s website
Brian’s website

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Episode 16a – Rocket Scientists

This is a special mini-episode with progressive rock band, Rocket Scientists. Michael sat down briefly with guitarist Mark McCrite, and bassist Don Schiff to talk about the origins of the band, their new album, Refuel, and some of their past music business experiences. We’ll have a full episode with them soon.

LINKS
Rocket Scientists official site
Martin and Lewis Reunion on YouTube

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Episode 16 – Heidi Hornbacher

Our guest is writer, actor, producer, director, the talented Heidi Hornbacher. Heidi, her husband Carlo Cavagna, and Michael talked about music video production, female empowerment, writing, Viva Variety!, comic book movies, Watchmen, Batman, Doctor Who, Reality TV, Hollywood Trades, Renaissance Faires, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, navigating adolescence, college radio, equality and social justice.

LINKS
Heidi Hornbacher official site
PageCraft official site
Impact Personal Safety official site

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Episode 15 – Michael Coleman

Our guest is creator of Tales of the Extraordinary and Adventure, writer and actor, Michael Coleman. We talked about the origins of our podcast, Dungeon Master, Tales of the Extraordinary, Adventure, voiceover acting, learning Russian vs. Japanese, teaching in Japan, appropriating comedy, nerd and alternative culture vs. normals, The Shadow of Mordor, Skyrim, 90s concerts, modern music, Doctor Who, and cosplaying as Little Finger.

LINKS
Michael Coleman’s website

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