Host Derek Coward talks about how a change to his routine has made this the toughest episode of Comic Book Noise to do during the Dog Days of Podcasting.
Host Derek Coward doesn’t talk about comic books on this episode, but rather boring podcast stuff about how many downloads he gets per episode. Skip it if you aren’t interested in that kind of thing, his feelings won’t be hurt.
Host Derek Coward tried to subscribe to a couple of new podcasts but ran into a couple of problems, so instead of just complaining about it on Facebook, he decided to complain about it on Facebook AND record a podcast with some advice for comic book podcasters. This episode contains almost no comic book talk but he didn’t want to make it a Not Comic Book Noise episode because fewer people might listen.
Host Derek Coward returns with an episode entitled Making Sausage. Yes, he knows you can’t tell what this episode is about so you will just have to listen if you want to know.
Host Derek Coward talks about the history of some of the Comic Book Noise family shows, then goes over his top five favorite X-Men villains.
Host Derek Coward takes the news of the Wizard magazine’s ending and turns it into a discussion about his fantasy podcast.
Host Derek Coward talks about the different types of comic book podcasts as he takes the show back to its origins.
From host Alec Berry: It’s time to reflect. This episode is a calm one (sorry, Chemical Box listeners) as I discuss what I am doing with the medium, how it has affected me and where I plan to go. Also, I take a look at an Original Graphic Novel and a movie.
Music featured is by Dead Kennedys.
Host Derek Coward talks about his preferred style of comic book podcasting, the so called controversy surrounding the iFanboy podcast and why he will never appear on a roundtable comic book podcast again.
I want to reach a good mix of blogging and podcasting because there are times when I am unable to podcast (like at work) but I have a bunch of good ideas. I am always jotting down notes but there are a lot of times when my “notes” get very involved and could be blog postings.
On the flip side, there are blog posts that I start writing and it occurs to me that I could just as easily talk about them and in doing so I could also touch on a bunch of other related topics. Plus, I consider myself to be a podcaster first and I feel as though I should save all of the good stuff for the show.
So I was wondering if this would be cheating, I write a blog post and instead of just referring to it, I also read it on the show. It would pretty much be like reading from a script, which I have gotten a lot better at and in some instances, I don’t think that anybody can tell that I am reading from pre-prepared content, but all of the people who regularly visit the site might feel as though they are getting cheated.
Let me know what you think.