In Conversation With Marlon Wayans and Remembering Robin Williams

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Welcome to another edition of Radio Bastard: In Conversation. This time out, we chat with comedy star Marlon Wayans about his new film, Haunted House 2, Richard Pryor, twitter controversies, comedy and more.

Jeremy and Jason also welcome Den of Geek US writer Chris Cummins back to the show for a discussion about the tremendous history of sketch comedy in the 1990s (including In Living Color, The State, Kids in the Hall, SNL, Mad TV, Mr. Show, Ben Stiller and more) and the awesome legacy of Robin Williams, whose death was still a bit fresh in our minds on Monday night when we recorded.

Here’s a report on the interview with Marlon Wayans, which you can hear in full above: [read more>>]

in conversation with Alan Tudyk

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The great Alan Tudyk chats with us about his character’s death in Serenity, the many ways that he killed his wife in Premature (which is available on VOD now), the way Stephen Colbert radiated genius on the set of Strangers with Candy , working on Dollhouse and the teamwork that goes into motion capture performances.

Listen to the podcast for the whole glorious interview, but if you’re a slacker or further in need of convincing, check out these excerpts from our exclusive interview with Alan Tudyk. [read more>>]

In Conversation with Comic Book Writer Brian Winkeler and SEGA Historian Darren Wall

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This time on The BastardCast: In Conversation, we talk to indie comic book creator Brian Winkeler about his Monkeybrain book, Knuckleheads (available here,) transitioning from monsters to pancakes, the business of creating and selling an indie comic, and more. [read more>>]

Versus The Manhattan Projects’ Nick Pitarra

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 This time on The Bastardcast, Jason and Jeremy have a conversation with Nick Pitarra, the co-creator and acclaimed artist behind Image ComicsThe Manhattan Projects.

What do they talk about? Well, the greatness of series co-creator/writer Jonathan Hickman, the advantage of having easily recognizable characters in the indie world, the coming return of both guest artist Ryan Browne (God Hates Astronauts) and Oppenheimer Land (the brain based battlefield where Oppenheimer battles Oppenheimer and so on…), weird commission requests, and superheroes covered in glue and eating nachos.

Also on the show, the guys discuss print vs. digital with Mr. Pitarra, go over the contents of his comic collection, and listen as Pitarra makes his bold Eisner Award predictions and promises to deliver a drunken epic acceptance speech should he or Hickman take home an award.

All that and more on this episode of, The Bastardcast

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