Host Derek Coward returns to talk about his friends at the Geek Syndicate podcast, as well as the end of production for the television show Constantine.
Kryptographik is a trans-continental podcast featuring Brian (in the U.S.) and Damian (in Australia), providing news, reviews, commentary and interviews covering horror, dark fantasy and science-fiction.
In our 30th episode, we’re joined by Barry Nugent (in the U.K.) from the Geek Syndicate podcast to discuss his how his novel FALLEN HEROES started out being self-published through Lulu.com and has since been optioned for adaptations into both a graphic novel and a TV series.
We also discuss how and why changes are made when stories are adapted to other media, past and upcoming adaptations of Sherlock Holmes, and our opinions about The War of the Worlds (starring Tom Cruise) and Indiana Jones & the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.
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Links from the Show
Host Derek Coward presents clips from:
Comic Book Haters
Pipeline Comic Book Podcast (I was wrong about Augie and his domain name. He has http://www.thepipelinepodcast.com, which forwards to Comic Book Resources.)
The Comic Couch
Comics On Comics
Girls Don’t Read Comics
Thanks to Ed Moore for his help with the Comic Book Podcast Wiki
Theme Song – Baby, You Have No Eyes by The Kazoo Funk Orchestra.
There might be shows this week, but I’m not sure what they will be. I am positive that there will not be a new Indie Comic Book Noise, Marvel Noise, Geek Brunch, DC Noise, Comics Playground, Rocky Mountain Comic Book Noise, Welcome to Heavenside, Mage: The Hero Discussed, PPRD or The Fury of Iron Fist.
I’m not sure about Comic Book Noise, Burning Trash, The Shade’s Journal, The Number One Comic Book Show or Comic Book Noise Talks, but I am leaning towards probably not.
I was going to do a mad rush of podcasts like I seem to do every end of the year, but since I have already reached Episode 150, I have nothing to shoot for. I think it would be impossible for even me to do 48 episodes in three days.
So use this time to catch up on older shows, check out our cousins The Trip, Eye Of The Storm or Teenage Wasteland or check out Friends of the Family like Collected Comics Library, Komicskast, Comic Book Attic, Comic Book Savant, 11 O Clock Comics, Comic Geek Speak, Raging Bullets, Geek Syndicate, Comics Addiction, THOOM, Comic Book Road Show, DaFixer’s Hideout, Podcast X, Comic Timing or The Pop Cult Online. I’m pretty sure that they make podcasts that don’t deal with comic books but I’m not sure.
Most of all, sit back and relax. We’ll be back to a regular schedule pretty soon.
UPDATE: The Shade’s Journal will definitely be posted on Monday.
UPDATE 2: According to host Eric Martin, DC Noise will definitely be posted on Friday.
I explain what happened with the Comic Book Noise forum, play a song that has nothing to do with what I was talking about, explain a comment I made on a previous episode and talk a little about Love and Rockets: The New Stories.
The last Brunch of 2007 is huge! We’re joined by Barry Nugent of the Geek Syndicate podcast for our discussion of just about everything you can think of, from real life horror stories to writing a book to the problems of comics these days to how many glasses of whiskey it takes to get Barry drunk.Â At over three hours, this is our end of the year extravanganza! Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all!