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Life in Fukuoka
#092 Toshi-ake Udon-Opening the year with udon / COVID-19 Vaccination Information

Life in Fukuoka "English"

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 7:04


2022.01.03 OA Life in Fukuoka "English" #092 LOVE FM 76.1MHz http://lovefm.co.jp/

Otaku Melancholy
Listener Request: Poco's Udon World

Otaku Melancholy

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 84:07


Episode description is on hold until our POSTMASTER returns from the dredges of work. As always, check out new episodes every Sunday by going to our website at www.otakumelancholy.com to see all our links including our social media and join the Discord at https://discord.gg/rUHYUyW to continue the conversation! Ganbatte!

LMP DJ Mixes
LMP Mixes 0364 : Unstoppable: The Classics 3 : Download LMP DJ In The App Store

LMP DJ Mixes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 211:18


1) Intro [00:00] 2) Zion Y Lennox ft Daddy Yankee – Yo Voy [00:30] 3) Zion – Yo Voy a Llegar [02:10] 4) Wisin Y Yandel, Hector El Father – El Telefono [02:30] 5) Hector El Father – Sola [03:22] 6) Zion – Alocate [04:24] 7) Rakim Y Ken-Y – Down [05:45] 8) La Factoria, Eddy Lover – Perdoname [07:06] 9) Big Boy, Angel Lopez – Mis Ojos Lloran Por Ti [08:27] 10) De La Ghetto, Randy – Sensacion Del Bloque [09:30] 11) Don Omar – Pobre Diabla [10:00] 12) Tego Calderon – Dominicana [11:25] 13) Daddy Yankee – Lo Que Paso, Paso [12:36] 14) Ivy Queen – Yo Quiero Bailar [13:16] 15) Daddy Yankee – Gasolina [14:47] 16) Plan B – Guatauba [15:47] 17) El General ft Anayka – Rica y Apretadita [17:02] 18) Jowell Y Randy – No Te Veo [18:02] 19) Arcangel – Pa Que La Pases Bien [19:42] 20) Arcangel – Tengo Ganas De Ti [20:42] 21) Wisin Y Yandel – Me Estas Tentando [21:58] 22) Tego Calderon, Randy – Quitarte To [22:16] 23) Nicky Jam, Daddy Yankee – Donde Estan Las Gatas [23:08] 24) Speedy – Amor Con La Ropa [24:18] 25) Don Chezina – Tra Tra Tra [25:11] 26) Daddy Yankee – Nunca Me Quedo (Live) [26:29] 27) Nicky Jam, Daddy Yankee – La Combi Complet (Live) [26:43] 28) Secreto – Yo Soy Tu Tiguere (Live) [28:03] 29) La Nueva Escuela – Ella Me Mira [28:56] 30) Pablo Piddy – Si Tu Quiere Dembow [29:27] 31) Los Lunaticos – Siente El Ki [30:16] 32) Dembow Clasico Unstoppable Break [30:41] 33) El Alfa – Como Yo Me Muevo [30:57] 34) El Mayor Clasico ft Sensato – Bello [31:37] 35) Secreto – Papa Dios Me Dijo [32:43] 36) The Cover Girls – Show Me [34:55] 37) Shannon – Let The Music Play [36:27] 38) Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam – I Wonder If I Take You Home [37:46] 39) Stevie B – Spring Love [34:53] 40) Cynthia – Change On Me [39:50] 41) Jennifer Lopez – Waiting For Tonight [40:56] 42) Haddaway – What Is Love [42:13] 43) Corona – The Rhythm of the Night [43:13] 44) Modjo – Lady (Hear Me Tonight) [44:20] 45) Daft Punk – One More Time [45:36] 47) Eurythmics – Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) [46:37] 48) Bon Jovi – Livin’ On A Prayer [47:41] 49) Mana – Oye Mi Amor [48:46] 50) a-ha – Take on Me (Live) [50:37] 51) Michael Jackson – Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough [52:36] 52) Rick James – Give It To Me Baby [54:18] 53) Sergio Vargas – La Ventanita [55:46] 54) Benny Sadel – Que Pasara [57:08] 55) Bonny Cepeda – La Fotografia [58:47] 56) Los Hermanos Rosario – Mi Tonto Amor [60:24] 57) Fernandito Villalona – No Podras [61:45] 58) Rubby Perez – Tu Vas A Volar [63:40] 59) Juan Luis Guerra – El Farolito [65:21] 60) Anthony Santos – Yo Me Muero Por Ti (Live) [67:17] 61) Aventura – La Novelita (Live) [68:42] 62) Aventura – Amor Bonito (Novela 2) [69:09] 63) Teodoro Reyes – Los Pobres Tambien Lloran [70:22] 64) Anthony Santos – Ay Mujer [71:31] 65) Anthony Santos – Te Vas Amor [72:26] 66) Raulin Rodriguez – Medicina De Amor [73:17] 67) Raulin Rodriguez – Su Novio Primero [74:30] 68) Luis Miguel Del Amargue – Niña Coqueta [76:25] 69) Elvis Martinez – Fabula De Amor [77:50] 70) Jose Manuel El Sultan – Elizabeth [79:05] 71) Kiko Rodriguez – Vagabundo, Borracho y Loco [80:19] 72) Joe Veras – Se Te Nota [81:02] 73) Teodoro Reyes – Morire Bebiendo [81:52] 74) Luis Vargas – Esa Mujer [83:45] 75) Juan Bautista – Por Mala Fe [85:05] 76) Hildemaro – Desde El Fondo De Mi Corazon [87:17] 77) Willie Gonzalez – Pequeñas Cosas [89:18] 78) Maelo Ruiz, Pedro Conga – Si Supieras [90:33] 79) Jerry Rivera – Cuenta Conmigo [92:17] 80) Tito Rojas – Ella Se Hizo Deseo [93:51] 81) Eddie Santiago – Me Fallaste [95:38] 82) Grupo Niche – Gotas De Lluvia [96:50] 83) Frankie Ruiz – Ironia [99:06] 84) Los Adolescentes – Personal Ideal [101:21] 85) Selena – Amor Prohibido (Live) [103:03] 86) Selena – Como La Flor (Live) [104:11] 87) Ini Kamoze – World A Reggae (Out In The Street They Call It Murder) [105:15] 88) Buju Banton – Champion [106:39] 89) Red Fox, Rayvon – Bashment Party [107:36] 90) Wayne Wonder – Searching Dem Searching [108:40] 91) Beenie Man – Who Am I [109:02] 92) Mr. Vegas – Nike Air (Hands In The Air) [110:22] 93) Sean Paul – Infiltrate [110:54] 94) Red Rat – Tight Up Skirt [111:57] 95) Mr. Vegas – Heads High [112:53] 96) Louchie Lou & Michie One – Rich Girl [114:24] 97) Cutty Ranks – Limb By Limb [115:38] 98) Chaka Demus & Pliers – Murder She Wrote [116:27] 99) Chaka Demus & Pliers – Bam Bam [117:38] 100) Tanto Metro & Devonte – Everyone Falls in Love [118:21] 101) Sean Paul ft Keyshia Cole – Give It Up To Me [119:31] 102) Wayne Wonder – No Letting Go [120:35] 103) Rupee – Tempted to Touch [122:25] 104) Kevin Lyttle – Turn Me On [123:23] 105) Nelly – Hot In Herre [124:18] 106) Snoop Dogg ft Pharell Williams – Beautiful [125:20] 107) Jagged Edge ft Nelly – Where The Party At [126:31] 108) Fatman Scoop ft Faith Evans – Be Faithful [128:12] 109) Usher ft Lil Jon & Ludacris – Yeah! [129:13] 110) Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz – Get Low [130:55] 111) Ciara ft Petey Pablo – Goodies [131:22] 112) Missy Elliot – Work It [132:00] 113) Busta Rhymes ft P. Diddy & Pharell – Pass The Courvoisier Part II [132:30] 114) DMX – Party Up [133:00] 115) Dr. Dre ft Snoop Dogg & Nate Dogg – The Next Episode [134:30] 116) Fat Joe ft Terror Squad – Lean Back [135:50] 117) 50 Cent, Olivia – Candy Shop [136:50] 118) N.O.R.E. – Nothin’ [138:08] 119) Nas ft The Bravehearts – Oochie Wally [139:26] 120) Lil’ Kim ft 50 Cent – Magic Stick [140:54] 121) 50 Cent – In Da Club [141:12] 122) The Game ft 50 Cent – How We Do [141:43] 123) Jay-Z – I Just Wanna Love U (Give It 2 Me) [143:36] 124) Jim Jones – We Fly High [144:37] 125) Jay-Z – Public Service Announcement [144:57] 126) 50 Cent – What Up Gangsta [145:42] 127) The Diplomats – Dipset Anthem [146:10] 128) Cam’ron, Lil Wayne – Suck It or Not [147:30] 129) The Diplomats – I Really Mean It [148:15] 130) Cam’ron, Juelz Santana – Oh Boy [148:43] 131) Kanye West – Can’t Tell Me Nothing [150:17] 132) Jay-Z – U Don’t Know [151:32] 133) Don Omar, Tego Calderon – Bandoleros [152:38] 134) T-Pain ft Akon – Bartender [154:25] 135) T-Pain – I’m Sprung [155:58] 136) Diddy ft Ginuwine, Loon & Mario Winans – I Need a Girl (Pt. 2) [157:40] 137) Akon ft Snoop Dogg – I Wanna Love You [158:48] 138) Mario – Let Me Love You [159:57] 139) Lloyd ft Lil Wayne – You [161:01] 140) Usher – U Don’t Have To Call [162:34] 141) Mya – Case Of The Ex (Whatcha Gonna Do) [163:32] 142) 112 – It’s Over Now [164:30] 143) Mario Winans – I Don’t Wanna Know [166:57] 144) Outkast – Ms. Jackson [167:57] 145) Bobby Valentino – Slow Down [169:47] 146) Fantasia – When I See U [171:47] 147) Ne-Yo – So Sick [172:46] 148) Keyshia Cole ft Missy Elliot & Lil’ Kim – Let It Go [173:47] 149) Ja Rule ft Lil’ Mo & Vita – Put It On Me [175:39] 150) Lil’ Flip ft Lea – Sunshine [177:20] 151) 50 Cent ft Nate Dogg – 21 Questions [178:41] 152) Fabolous ft Mike Shorey & Lil’ Mo – Can’t Let You Go [180:52] 153) Ja Rule ft Ashanti – Always On Time [182:11] 154) Cam’ron, Juelz Santana – Hey Ma [183:31] 155) G-Unit ft Joe – Wanna Get To Know You [185:07] 156) Busta Rhymes ft Flipmode Squad & Mariah Carey – I Know What You Want [186:40] 157) Jadakiss ft Mariah Carey – U Make Me Wanna [188:09] 158) Usher – Bad Girl [189:23] 159) Baby Bash, Frankie J – Suga Suga [191:13] 160) Monica – So Gone [192:32] 161) Nelly ft Kelly Rowland – Dilemma [194:03] 162) Justin Timberlake ft T.I. – My Love [195:34] 163) Lloyd – Get It Shawty [198:16] 164) R. Kelly – Ignition (Remix) [199:16] 165) Usher – U Got It Bad [200:47] 166) Ludacris, Lil Jon & Usher – Lovers And Friends [203:43] 167) Backstreet Boys – I Want It That Way [207:43]

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Shojo & Tell: A Manga Podcast
The Rose of Versailles (with Erica Friedman)

Shojo & Tell: A Manga Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 110:31


Covers all 10 volumes plus the 10th anniversary side stories of The Rose of Versailles by Riyoko Ikeda (that's the five omnibus volumes released by Udon!)It's hard to overstate how significant The Rose of Versailles is to the history of shojo manga and beyond. In this episode about Riyoko Ikeda's masterpiece, Erica Friedman, the editor of the English edition of the series, details the legacy of Oscar François de Jarjayes, the ultimate girl prince. Erica answers listener questions about the localization, plus she and Ashley dive into the series' queerness (despite not being about gender or sexuality), how historically accurate it is to the events of the French Revolution (immensely), and much more. We hope you're as delighted as we are to finally be able to read this iconic series legally, in gorgeous English editions.REFERENCESThe Rose of Versailles manga is available physically in omnibuses from Udon EntertainmentThe Rose of Versailles anime is available from Discotek. (But you have to watch the Dear Brother anime first.)Ikeda is part of the legendary Magnificent 49ers group of manga artists Erica's book, By Your Side, will be coming out in 2022. It's about the history of yuri manga.Other great folks who worked on the English edition of The Rose of Versailles:Erik Ko (head of Udon)Mari Morimoto (translator)Jocelyne Allen (translator)The first Girl Prince was Sapphire in Osamu Tezuka's Princess Knight (available in English from Kodansha)Erica's equation on manga legends: If Osamu Tezuka is the god of manga, then Riyoko Ikeda is the goddess of manga, and Go Nagai is the creepy uncleNow you know why Sarasa is always saying she wants to play Oscar in Kageki Shojo!!The Rose of Versailles is important to the Takarazuka RevueLegacy of girl princes:Utena in Revolutionary Girl UtenaHaruka Tenou from Sailor MoonRedacted letters between Marie-Antoinette and Axel von Fersen were recently decodedHistorian Evelyn Farr has a great video on Marie-Antoinette and Fersen One of the Lulu stories is based off Elizabeth BáthoryMiscellaneous mentions:ALA list of great graphic novels for teensThe Heart of ThomasFlower StoriesRevue StarlightBabylon 5 rebootOther Ikeda work: ClaudineMangasplaining is another good manga podcastOutro song: "The Streatham Hill Gods" by DanosongsCONTACT USErica's Yuricon site: https://okazu.yuricon.com/Erica on Twitter: @OkazuYuriShojo & Tell on Twitter, Tumblr, and InstagramAshley on Twitter: @AshMcD00

Metro City Church
U Don't Know My Name - Dr. Margaret Weaver(10/31/21)

Metro City Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 49:48


U Don't Know My Name - Dr. Margaret Weaver(10/31/21) by Bishop Flynn Johnson

Brothers da Bola
Thales Lima - Atacante Udon Thani FC

Brothers da Bola

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 41:41


Episódio do dia 11/10/2021 - Convidado: Thales Lima - Atacante Udon Thani FC Apresentação: Evandro Campos Neste episódio conversamos com o atacante Thales Lima, que atualmente joga no futebol Tailandês pelo Udon Thani FC. O atacante Thales certamente teria uma vaga no seu time, mas Deus o conduziu para trilhar sua carreira de goleador pela Asia. Com passagem por diversos clubes do Brasil, o batalhador atacante se firmou no futebol Tailandês, e ele nos conta sobre esta experiência profissional e pessoal, de viver tão distante de sua cidade natal Iturama/MG, qual nunca deixa de comentar e lembrar com carinho dos amigos e familiares. O seu testemunho de caminhada com Cristo ao longo de sua carreira é sem duvida sua fortaleza e suporte em sua vida pessoal e profissional, confira este episódio e seja edificado. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

A Brand New Day with Stephanie J.
Udon...Made Me Madd!!!-Episode 162

A Brand New Day with Stephanie J.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 48:01


Getting into some stuff!!!!!! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/stephanie-johnson23/message

beep beep lettuce
TEASER Bonus #138 - is Udon Spaghetti?

beep beep lettuce

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 4:58


I'm currently too high to remember exactly what we talk about in this episode, but I do know Elon Watch returns.

Mr. G from French Riviéra
Dirty south songs le miX

Mr. G from French Riviéra

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 355:10


Tracklist 0:00 Young Jeezy - Lose My Mind 3:30 UGK (Underground Kingz) - Int'l Players Anthem (I Choose You) 7:00 Project Pat - Chickenhead (Album Version) 13:30 The Crunk Recordings: Hits From The Pioneers And Players Of Crunk - Neva Eva (feat. Lil Scrappy & Lil Jon) - feat. Lil Scrappy & Lil Jon 17:30 Petey Pablo - Raise Up (All Cities Remix) 22:00 Scarface - Mary Jane 24:30 Lil Wayne - Go DJ 28:30 Unk - Walk It Out 30:30 Chyna Whyte - Bia' Bia' 35:00 Nappy Roots - Awnaw [All Hooks Up Version] 37:30 Nappy Roots - Awnaw 38:30 Paul Wall feat. Trina - Sittin' Sidewayz (feat. Big Pokey) 41:30 Three 6 Mafia - Tear da Club Up '97 44:00 Nelly - Country Grammar (Hot...) 48:00 Lil Boosie & Webbie - Wipe Me Down (feat. Foxx, Webbie & Lil Boosie) - Remix 52:30 Scarface - On My Block 54:30 Outkast - So Fresh, So Clean (Radio Mix) 57:30 Goodie Mob - Cell Therapy 1:01:30 T.I. - U Don't Know Me 1:05:00 Yung Joc - It's Goin' Down (A Capella) 1:06:30 YoungBloodZ - Damn! (Radio Edit) 1:10:30 Jeezy - Soul Survivor 1:14:00 Master P - Make 'Em Say Ugh 1:18:00 Outkast - Elevators (Me & You) (ONP 86 Mix) 1:21:30 Yo Gotti - Make It Rain Remix 1:24:30 Lil Scrappy - No Problem 1:28:00 Lil' Keke - Southside 1:32:30 Outkast - Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik 1:37:00 JT Money;Sole - Who Dat 1:39:30 Webbie - Independent (feat. Lil' Boosie and Lil' Phat) 1:42:30 Lil Wayne - Tha Block Is Hot 1:46:00 Silkk The Shocker - It Ain't My Fault 1:52:00 Geto Boys - Damn It Feels Good to Be a Gangsta 1:53:00 Big Tymers - Get Your Roll On 1:56:30 Disturbing Tha Peace - Move Bitch 2:00:30 Big Tymers - Still Fly 2:08:00 Young Buck - Shorty Wanna Ride 2:09:00 Young Bleed - How Ya Do Dat 2:13:00 C-Murder - Down For My Niggaz 2:16:00 Young Jeezy - I Luv It 2:19:30 Juvenile - Ha 2:23:30 The Chemodan - ???????? (????-?????) 2:26:00 Lil' Troy - Wanna Be A Baller 2:32:30 Tru - Hoody Hooo 2:34:30 Mia x - The Party Don't Stop 2:37:00 J-Kwon - Tipsy (Radio Edit) 2:40:30 Geto Boys - Mind Playing Tricks on Me 2:44:30 Ludacris - Southern Hospitality (Featuring Pharrell) 2:49:00 Juvenile - Back That Azz Up 2:52:00 Jermaine Dupri - Welcome to Atlanta 2:55:00 Z-Ro - Mo City Don 2:58:00 Mystikal - Shake Ya Ass 3:03:00 B.G. - Bling Bling 3:09:30 Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz - Get Low 3:13:30 Ying Yang Twins - Salt Shaker 3:17:00 3-6 Mafia|Trillville|UGK|Project Pat - Sippin On Syrup 3:22:00 Bun B - Get Throwed 3:25:30 Trina - Pull Over 3:28:00 3-6 Mafia|Trillville|Juicy J|3-6 Mafia|UGK - Slob On My Knob 3:30:30 DJ Godfather - DJs Are The New Rockstars-Live Mashup Mix 11 Hip Hop

Planet 2000's
Usher - 8701

Planet 2000's

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 22:05


2001 was one of the best years in music. Britney was a slave 4 us, Janet was giving it all for us, Destiny's Child were survivors and Mariah Carey was throwing glitter everywhere. But it was Usher who held it down for the men this year, delivering one of his most timeless albums in his discography. After multiple delays due to the changing world of the music industry, 8701 finally came into our lives in August 2001 and brought along with it some timeless tunes. Songs like “U Remind Me” “U Got It Bad” and “U Don't Have To Call” have been cemented as R&B classics and in today's episode of Planet 2000's we dive deep into the history and story of 8701. 

Breaking Atoms: The Hip Hop Podcast
Ep. 2: Takeover | The Ruler's Back: The Making of The Blueprint by Jay-Z

Breaking Atoms: The Hip Hop Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 35:25


In this second episode, we look at The Blueprint's creation, the marketing strategy ahead of its release, Jay-Z declaring war with Nas and Prodigy on the big stage and revisit an urban legend that refuses to rest.   Guest appearances by Andrew Barber, Just Blaze, Young Guru, Pain In Da Ass, Yemi Abiade, Akaash Sharma, Bianca Gracie, Nicolas Tyrell-Scott, Lily Mercer, Miki Hellerbach, Carl Lamarre, Lily Mercer, Shawn Setaro, Carl Lamarre, Bink, Shawn Setaro, Thandie Sibanda and J'na Jefferson   1:00 - Andrew Barber on Eminem and Nelly's success and the emergence of Ja Rule 1:53 - Just Blaze on Jay-Z recording The Blueprint in a quick fashion 3:06 - Young Guru on Kanye West setting off the recording process for The Blueprint 3:40 - Pain In Da Ass on the success of The Dynasty inspiring Jay-Z to create even more 4:34 - Andrew Barber on Kanye not knowing about Izzo premiering at the BET Awards 6:52 - Yemi Abiade on the significance of Jay-Z mentioning the Cold Crush Brothers on Izzo 7:23 - Akaash Sharma on Jay-Z speaking from experience on Izzo and the album overall 7:51 - Bianca Gracie on Kanye West's production encouraging Jay-Z to be more creative 8:24 - Nicolas Tyrell-Scott on the power of the Jackson 5 sample 8:55 - Lily Mercer on Izzo being her introduction to Kanye West and his music 9:24 - Andrew Barber on the lead up to Summer Jam 2001 and The Blueprint rollout 9:38 - Sumit on Jay-Z Summer Jam performance and performing Takeover for the first time 11:27 - Young Guru on not knowing what Jay-Z had planned for Summer Jam 12:01 - Andrew Barber on Nas responding with his Stillmatic Freestyle 13:48 - Miki Hellerbach on Jay-Z relaxed delivery on Takeover 14:24 - Yemi Abiade on Takeover's genius song structure 15:32 - Carl Lamarre on Jay-Z making his issues with Nas and Prodigy so public 16:51 - J'na Jefferson on Kanye West using a Rock sample on Takeover 17:32 - Lily Mercer on Jay-Z being so spiteful in his Takeover verses 18:51 - Young Guru on Jay-Z's Super Ugly being the response to Ether by Nas 20:08 - Shawn Setaro on the months it took for the Jay-Z and Nas conflict to come to light 21:15 - Carl Lamarre on The Ruler's Back being the perfect introduction for the album 22:09 - Yemi Abiade on The Ruler's Back setting the tone for the listening experience 22:45 - Bink on stitching different parts of a record together to make The Ruler's Back 23:46 - Shawn Setaro on The Ruler's Back being a response to Nas' Stillmatic Freestyle 25:03 - Just Blaze on making the beat for Girls, Girls, Girls, with Ghostface Killah in mind 26:33 - Just Blaze on Jay-Z filing the video for Girls, Girls, Girls on September 11th 2001 26:33 - Thandie Sibanda on Girls, Girls, Girls' not being received well if it were released now 27:27 - Chris on the making of Jigga That Nigga and the beat first being for MC Lyte 28:27 - Miki Hellerbach on U Don't Know being his favourite Just Blaze beat ever 29:24 - Just Blaze on Jay-Z recording U Don't Know in parts and building the song over time 30:19 - Yemi Abiade on U Don't Know transporting him to a different place in time 31:31 - Nicolas Tyrell-Scott on how economic inequality inspired the lyrics on U Don't Know 31:54 - J'na Jefferson on Jay-Z dedicating himself to consistent wins on U Don't Know 33:01 - Shawn Setaro on Hola' Hovito being his favourite song from The Blueprint 33:59 - Yemi Abiade on the rhyme scheme of the third verse of Hola' Hovito   Follow Sumit  

Manga Mavericks
Manga Mavericks EP. 171: September 2021 News Roundup!

Manga Mavericks

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021


On this episode of Manga Mavericks, its time once again for Colton & Lum to go over some of the news from the past month! Including such big stories as Sony acquiring Crunchyroll, the announcement of Part 9 of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure and Kadokawa venturing into doing their own simulpubs! Plus Lum goes over Comic Beat's 2021 Comic Industry report in full to see just how well manga sales have been doing over the last year!!  For a complete list of links and Community Shout-Outs mentioned on this episode, please visit this podcast's webpage at: http://all-comic.com/2021/manga-mavericks-ep-171-september-2021-news-roundup/ PODCAST BREAKDOWN: 00:00 - Intro 02:03 - August NYT Graphic Books & Manga List 04:12 - Bookscan List for July 14:06 - World's End Harem Britannia Lumiere ends 17:49 - New Game ends 19:04 - Inio Asano plans to end Dead Dead Demon's DeDeDeDeDestruction this year 20:37 - Rei Hiroe opens up about their mental health and Black Lagoon's hiatus 23:12 - Berserk to have a new chapter published in special memorial issue of Young Animal 25:36 - New Short Story collection from Kaiu Shirai & Posuka Demizu 26:36 - Miki Yoshikawa starts new series this October 29:07 - Tsuyoshi Yasuda's launching new limited series 30:03 - New manga coming to Grand Jump 31:23 - Takashi Shiina to draw manga adaptation of Yashahime 33:43 - New Lupin III spinoff isekai manga 35:51 - New JoJo manga spinoff & Part 9 announced 38:45 - JoJo: Golden Wind added to Shonen Jump Vault 39:32 - Kubo Won't Be Invisible & Dandadan now available on Shonen Jump & MangaPlus 42:13 - Beneath the Mask & Girl Crush now available on Comikey 46:12 - Kadokawa announces simulpub program 55:04 - Mangamo adds Jin, announces daily free chapter feature 57:51 - Yen Press licenses 1:09:40 - Square Enix licenses 1:12:45 - Cross Infinite World licenses Return from Death 1:13:49 - Dark Horse comics licenses Cat Gamer manga 1:14:50 - Udon to publish Rose of Versailles Episodes 1:15:52 - Comics Beat's Comic Industry Report 2021 1:49:25 - Sony completes their purchase of Crunchyroll 1:56:07 - Beth Kawaski appointed new executive director of Media Do 1:57:09 - Warner Bros. & Cartoon Network studios to produce anime under new Senior Vice President of Anime & Action Jason DeMarco 1:58:46 - Makuno terminates contract with Futekiya over unfulfilled obligations 2:00:13 - Junji Ito wins Eisners 2:01:55 - North American Ghost in the Shell & Knights of Sidonia film screenings this month 2:03:48 - JoJo: Stone Ocean anime to premiere worldwide on Netflix in December 2:06:23 - Live-action Pokemon show in production at Netflix 2:07:14 - Anime news (Police in a Pod, Detective Conan: Wild Police Story, Orient & Tatami Time Machine Blues) 2:10:16 - Slam Dunk film will be directed & written by Takehiko Inoue, slated for fall 2022 2:11:39 - Shinsuke Sato to direct Hollywood live-action My Hero Academia film 2:15:37 - Digimon news & controversy 2:21:50 - Viz's Dragon Ball Super character popularity poll results 2:26:02 - Community Shout-outs! 2:36:43 - Wrap up Enjoy the show, and follow us on twitter at @manga_mavericks, on tumblr at mangamavericks.tumblr.com, and on Youtube! You can also follow the hosts on Twitter at @sniperking323 and @lumranmayasha. If you'd like to help support the show financially you can pledge to our Patreon and receive some awesome rewards like our Patreon-exclusive Bonus pods! If one-time donations are more your speed you can donate to Colton's Ko-fi here and LumRanmaYasha's Ko-fi here, and if you want to support LumRanmaYasha's art and other projects you can follow them @siddartworks on Instagram and Twitter and donate to their personal Patreon. Don't forget to also like and subscribe to us on Youtube and iTunes and leave us reviews to help us curate the show and create better content!

A.C.M.G. presents TALK TIME LIVE
TTL EXCLUSIVE with UDON/MARVEL artist Jeffrey "CHAMBA" Cruz

A.C.M.G. presents TALK TIME LIVE

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 48:06


Jeffrey Chamba Cruz Jeffrey "Chamba" Cruz returns to talk about his latest work with Marvel Comics entitled "TECH-ON AVENGERS." We talk all about that and much more. You can also listen to the video podcast edition at: talktimelive.com/ttl-exclusive-videos and all major podcast platforms.

Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast
Loving Life Outside The Comic Book Mainstream with Artist Timothy Lim

Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 56:49


Independent comic book artist Tim Lim joins Wes to talk about the pros and cons of publishing outside the mainstream comic book industry. Tim Lim talks about finding his way into the comic book mainstream. Unfair criticism and outright lies spread due to his continued support for conservative values and politics and much, much more.   Timothy Lim Information   Timothy Lim is a freelance artist and illustrator who began his career with fan art publications, beginning with back page art for G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero issue 24. Following publications in Udon's Street Fighter Tribute #1 and Mega Man Tribute Timothy Lim was hired as a freelance illustrator for Mighty Fine / We Love Fine, producing licensed artwork for merchandise including shirts, posters, prints, and bags. His clientele includes licensed work for Marvel, Lucasfilm, Hasbro, Valve, Axe Cop, and much more.   Ninjaink Deviant Art https://www.deviantart.com/ninjaink   YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl-CXprfvSb6wMblmXH-pZg   Support Thinking Critical at Ko-fi. Monthly subscriptions receive bonus content and early access to some channel content. Ko-fi.com/thinkingcritical Thank you for supporting the channel!  

Voices in Japan
3 Must Eat Japanese Summer Foods

Voices in Japan

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2021 45:13


The summer is here and it has been one of the hottest summers yet.  There was a crazy two week heatwave with daily temperatures of over 30 degrees that has just ended in spectacular fashion with a 10 degree temperature drop down to around 20 degrees with non-stop heavy rain. The weather is very strange this year.Well, as it is summer, and surely enough, the good weather will return soon, Burke and I thought it would be the perfect time to talk about the best Japanese summer foods during the hot and muggy days. We talk about noodles, we also give our personal top 3 yakitori sticks, and much much more. Enjoy the show!Previous episode mentioned in the show:Top 5 Ways to Enjoy Japanese Hot Spring Baths (Onsen)Sponsors:Bearfoot BarLocated in downtown Sapporo, walking distance from the subway station. There are  variety of Japanese made craft bottled beers. A range of whiskeys and basic cocktails also available. Burgers and pub style snacks. Friendly English and Japanese speaking staff.  https://www.facebook.com/bearfootbar The Red House Located in the heart of Rusutsu Ski Resort, just cross the main road and it's behind the Seicomart Convenience store. The restaurant features a mix of Japanese, Asian fusion, and western Style dishes, including shabu-shabu with wagyu beef and Hokkaido wagyu beef steak. Open winter and summer, 12-3pm for lunch, 5-9pm for dinner, with prices ranging from under Yen 1000 to about Yen 5000. https://theredhouse.jp/Rusutsu LodgesOpen all year round. Located 5 minutes walk to the main Rusutsu Ski Resort Gondola. There are Japanese, Western, and apartment style rooms with breakfast packages available. There's a Japanese sento (public bath), two convenience stores less than a minute walk, ski room and tune up tables, plenty of free parking space, and summer BBQ packages available. Check out the website for more information and availability. http://rusutsulodges.comHokkaido GuideEstablished over 10 years ago, written by locals for locals and international tourists. The guide contains information on all types of businesses and locations around Hokkaido. There's information regarding all things Hokkaido such as sightseeing, nightlife, events, services, food and restaurants, entertainment, outdoor activities, and more. Currently offered in English and Thai, advertising space available. Check out website for everything you need to know about this beautiful prefecture. https://hokkaidoguide.com Use our Buzzsprout affiliate link to start your podcast today!  Website:https://www.voicesinjapan.com/ Follow us and check out our other content:https://twitter.com/voicesinjapanhttps://www.facebook.com/voicesinjapan/https://www.instagram.com/voicesinjapan/Get in touch: voicesinjapan@gmail.comSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/voicesinjapan)

Shin Megami Tensei Network
Persona/SMT/ATLUS Artbooks, Manga, And More With Matt Moylan From Udon Entertainment-Link 230

Shin Megami Tensei Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2021 117:52


Matt Moylan is Director of Publishing at Udon Entertainment and was nice enough to sit down with us to talk. We cover all sorts of history with Udon, talk about previous artbooks and manga the company has published from Atlus. Along with taking a look at the future like the upcoming Persona 5 Mementos Missions manga and even the upcoming Persona 5 artbook releasing in the west. I hope you enjoy the episode and as a special thanks the awesome folks at Udon have set up a special discount code for listeners of SMTN. Follow the steps below to save some money on awesome or even upcoming Udon merchandise. *Use coupon code "JACKFROST" at checkout to save $5 on any order over $30 and the code is live now until 8/18 at 11:59PM EST* Use the coupon code on anything that catches your eye at the Udon online store and here is a link to a ton of their Persona books, shirts, pins, and more: https://store.udonentertainment.com/collections/persona Support SMTN on https://www.patreon.com/SMTN Subscribe on YouTube Here: https://www.youtube.com/user/torchwood4SP Check out the Shin Megami Tensei Network podcast on iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/shin-megami-tensei-network/id1527210478 Spotify: https://t.co/wOXqDqPqoc?amp=1 Find us online Twitter @SMTNetwork @Torchwood4sp Join the Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/SMTNetwork Join our discord.gg/TkBgNpp

Random Convos From The Couch Podcast

In this episode Cody & Karisma discuss The crew sings “U Don't Have To Call” Verzuz latest recap Aaliyah's music on streaming Ice T & Coco's daughter on the tit “Random Questions For The Couch”   And “Can You Believe Shit?” with family wanting sperm & mother have kids clean up a murder   Follow Us/Like   Twitter: @rndmconvos    Instagram: @rndmconvos   Facebook: Random Convos From The Couch    Visit https://myzipistreams.com/randomconvos    Email: rndmconvos@gmail.com   Cody: IG @handsomehandsdown | Twitter @handsomeHDII   Karisma: IG @karismamichelle | Twitter @KarismaMichelle   Also check out Cody's “Access Code Podcast” every Tuesday on Apple Podcast, Spotify & Podbean

Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast
Finding the Right Comic Book Artist and Creative Team with Writers Mark Pellegrini and Aaron Sparrow

Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021 61:28


Comic writers Mark Pellegrini and Aaron Sparrow join Wes to talk about putting your creative team together. You can have the best script in the world but if you don't have the right artist to execute it, it won't work. Today we talk about the team members a writer needs to bring their script to fruition. Pencillers, inkers, color artist, flatters, letterers and editors are all integral to executing a great comic book. How do you find creators to join your team? How much should you expect to pay? What are keys to remember when assembling your creative team? Aaron Sparrow, Mark Pellegrini and Wes break it all down in this exciting edition of Comic Book Writing 101!   Mark Pellegrini Bio Mark Pellegrini is a creative consultant and writer for NINJAINK, LLC and his collaborations with Timothy Lim have been published by IDW and UDON studios. As a freelance featured writer, his articles and creative works have been published by such websites as Adventures in Poor Taste, Comics Alliance, Ain't it Cool News, and io9. You can find more of his writing at TMNT Entity.   YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCl-CXprfvSb6wMblmXH-pZg Website: deviantart.com/ninjaink Twitter: @PelleCreepy   Aaron Sparrow Bio Aaron Sparrow is a comic book writer and editor who got his start as a copy editor at Tokyopop. In 2009, he became the Lead Editor for Boom! Studios' new line of Disney comic books. In addition to his editorial work on these titles, Sparrow also heavily lobbied to do a Darkwing Duck comic, having been a huge fan of the cartoon.    YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCFMFLB8b2908bhhChZhgU6A Twitter: @Aaron_Sparrow    Support Thinking Critical at Ko-fi. Monthly subscriptions receive bonus content and early access to some channel content. Ko-fi.com/thinkingcritical   Thank you for supporting the channel!

Food Tribe
Ep 65: Chef and co-founder of Koya - Shuko Oda

Food Tribe

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2021 43:55


Thanks for tuning in to the last episode of this season - we're ending on a high! My guest today is the lovely, and incredibly talented co-founder and chef of the much-loved Japanese restaurant Koya. Shuko Oda and her business partners John and Junya opened Koya in Soho back in 2010, specialising in Udon - the chewy moreish flour-based noodles which they handmake fresh every day and pair with an array of beautiful broths and toppings. Shuko is also renowned for her blackboard specials where she and the chefs at Koya really get creative and use the best of British ingredients to come up with dishes that wow!  Koya opened a second restaurant in the city a few years ago, and what they're doing is a recipe for success. Simple dishes, high-quality ingredients, thoughtful cooking, and exceptional flavours. As we know, restaurants in London come and go, but Koya is still as loved, as popular, and as good today as it was 11 years ago.  I'm so glad I got to sit down with Shuko and chat with her about how Koya came to be, the dishes that so many of us Londoners have come to love and crave, and what led her from Japan to London, and into the kitchen.  Happy listening!

Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast
Writing Action and Transitions in Comic Books with Writers Mark Pellegrini and Nandor Fox Shaffer

Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 72:26


Comic writers Mark Pellegrini and Nandor Fox Shaffer join Wes to talk about writing action and transitions in comics books. Comic books are an action storytelling medium. Stories are told in static images of single actions (generally speaking), incorporating dialogue, thoughts and narration  Action doesn't only mean fighting, it's everything your characters do during your story. If your story is not based in action it won't fully utilize the comic medium to its fullest. Action is what comic book writers use to demonstrate what is happening at any given moment in the story. While dialogue is what brings a story and its characters to life, narrative gives the story its depth and substance, action keeps the story moving.   Nandor Fox Shaffer Twitter: @nandorfox Man-Child Kickstarter  https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/306932693/man-child-1?ref=clipboard-prelaunch   Mark Pellegrini Bio   Mark Pellegrini is a creative consultant and writer for NINJAINK, LLC and his collaborations with Timothy Lim have been published by IDW and UDON studios. As a freelance featured writer, his articles and creative works have been published by such websites as Adventures in Poor Taste, Comics Alliance, Ain't it Cool News, and io9. You can find more of his writing at TMNT Entity.   YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCl-CXprfvSb6wMblmXH-pZg Website: deviantart.com/ninjaink Twitter: @PelleCreepy   Aaron Sparrow Bio Aaron Sparrow is a comic book writer and editor who got his start as a copy editor at Tokyopop. In 2009, he became the Lead Editor for Boom! Studios' new line of Disney comic books. In addition to his editorial work on these titles, Sparrow also heavily lobbied to do a Darkwing Duck comic, having been a huge fan of the cartoon.    YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCFMFLB8b2908bhhChZhgU6A Twitter: @Aaron_Sparrow    Support Thinking Critical at Ko-fi. Monthly subscriptions receive bonus content and early access to some channel content. Ko-fi.com/thinkingcritical   Thank you for supporting the channel!

EASY JAPANESE / Japanese Podcast for beginners
UDON vs SOBA|うどん対そば / EASY JAPANESE Japanese Podcast for beginners

EASY JAPANESE / Japanese Podcast for beginners

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 24:48


皆(みな)さん、こんにちは。 今回(こんかい)は「うどん対(たい)そば」というお話(はなし)です。 Hello everyone. Today's topic is "UDON vs SOBA". Listen this episode on YouTube https://youtu.be/eYTOl47dJwI Listen to the episodes on Podcast on your favorite platform https://linktr.ee/easyjapanese 【ご支援(しえん)を頂(いただ)けますととても助(たす)かります|Your kind support is highly appreciated!!】 Patron: https://www.patreon.com/easyjapanese Buy Me A Coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/easyjapanese 【字幕(じまく)が便利(べんり)!|Need the transcript??】 字幕(じまく)が必要(ひつよう)な方(かた)はYouTubeがおすすめ。 CCをONにすると日本語(にほんご)の文章(ぶんしょう)が自動表示(じどうひょうじ)されます。 If you need a transcript, which I don't normally use, please try YouTube version. YouTube CC will display automated subtitles. It may not be perfect, but I hope it helps you. 【質問(しつもん)ありますか?!|Any question??】 質問(しつもん)やリクエストは、メール、YouTubeへのコメントでお願(ねが)いします。 Please feel free to send me a message by sending email or please leave a comment on our YouTube if you have any question or a request. Email: welcometoeasyjapanese@gmail.com #EASYJAPANESE

Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast
Importance Of Mentorship In Comic Books with Writers Aaron Sparrow and Mark Pellegrini

Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 68:43


Comic writers Aaron Sparrow and Mark Pellegrini join Wes to discuss the importance of mentorship for comic creators. Many see mentoring as a one-way street. The more experienced person takes the rookie under their wing, with the only reward perhaps being the satisfaction of watching their growth. In actuality, mentoring offers many growth benefits outside of simply feeling good about helping others. A mentor is someone who you can develop a long-term relationship that is centered around your professional or personal growth and development. Mentors do not work on a day-to-day basis to help make decisions,  they are there to offer support, wisdom, and teaching over time. Mentors provides writers, artists, editors, etc. with opportunities to develop and become more competent in their craft and prepare for growth opportunities in the future. Mark, Aaron and Wes speak about the importance and benefits of finding the right comic book mentor.   Mark Pellegrini Bio   Mark Pellegrini is a creative consultant and writer for NINJAINK, LLC and his collaborations with Timothy Lim have been published by IDW and UDON studios. As a freelance featured writer, his articles and creative works have been published by such websites as Adventures in Poor Taste, Comics Alliance, Ain't it Cool News, and io9. You can find more of his writing at TMNT Entity.   YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCl-CXprfvSb6wMblmXH-pZg Website: deviantart.com/ninjaink Twitter: @PelleCreepy   Aaron Sparrow Bio Aaron Sparrow is a comic book writer and editor who got his start as a copy editor at Tokyopop. In 2009, he became the Lead Editor for Boom! Studios' new line of Disney comic books. In addition to his editorial work on these titles, Sparrow also heavily lobbied to do a Darkwing Duck comic, having been a huge fan of the cartoon.    YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCFMFLB8b2908bhhChZhgU6A Twitter: @Aaron_Sparrow    Support Thinking Critical at Ko-fi. Monthly subscriptions receive bonus content and early access to some channel content. Ko-fi.com/thinkingcritical

Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast
Comic Book Ask Me Anything with Writers Aaron Sparrow and Mark Pellegrini

Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2021 110:59


Comic writers Aaron Sparrow and Mark Pellegrini join Wes for a special July 4th Q&A. Mark, Aaron and Wes answers questions from live viewers from a range of topics including: comic book writing, indie comic recommendations, foodie talk, comic industry issues and more.   Mark Pellegrini Bio   Mark Pellegrini is a creative consultant and writer for NINJAINK, LLC and his collaborations with Timothy Lim have been published by IDW and UDON studios. As a freelance featured writer, his articles and creative works have been published by such websites as Adventures in Poor Taste, Comics Alliance, Ain't it Cool News, and io9. You can find more of his writing at TMNT Entity.   YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCl-CXprfvSb6wMblmXH-pZg Website: deviantart.com/ninjaink Twitter: @PelleCreepy   Aaron Sparrow Bio Aaron Sparrow is a comic book writer and editor who got his start as a copy editor at Tokyopop. In 2009, he became the Lead Editor for Boom! Studios' new line of Disney comic books. In addition to his editorial work on these titles, Sparrow also heavily lobbied to do a Darkwing Duck comic, having been a huge fan of the cartoon.    YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCFMFLB8b2908bhhChZhgU6A Twitter: @Aaron_Sparrow    Support Thinking Critical at Ko-fi. Monthly subscriptions receive bonus content and early access to some channel content. Ko-fi.com/thinkingcritical   Thank you for supporting the channel!

Crazy DJ Bazarro
The Re-Opening Of The World...Hip Hop Show

Crazy DJ Bazarro

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2021 61:00


"We continue to rock on for another dope episode of World Hip Hop. We rock for you. You can spread the word about us, just like gossip, lol. You know we rock the planet with fly musical joints. We don't hold back. So lets get intense on purpose for the grand wizard Crazy Dj Bazarro on the mix. Go!!! 00:00 - Bazarro intro 02:00 - Famous 4 Nothing (Iran/East Africa) - Dysfunkshunal Familee feat. Napoleon Da Legend, Nejma Nefertiti, Hastyle Rhymes & Long Live Phoenix 06:51 - Excuse Me Sir (South Africa) - Jean Grae 11:11 - Nic's Groove (Holland) - The Foreign Exchange feat. Rapper Big Pooh 14:29 - Bomaye 2 (East Africa) - Napoleon Da Legend 17:18 - No Sleep (Jamaica) - The Mood Doctors 20:19 - Bazarro Mic Break 21:49 - Immortal Mc's (Australia) - Hilltop Hoods 24:38 - Triple (Israel) - Drop D 28:56 - Black Queen (Iran) - Nejma Nefertiti 32:49 - Get Them Po (East Africa) - Dysfunkshunal Familee feat. Napoleon Da Legend 36:58 - Rap Pen (Jamaica) - The Mood Doctors feat. Shortie No Mas 40:12 - Bazarro Mic Break 41:35 - 3rd Date (Dominican Republic) - Fokis 44:50 - U Don't Know (Iran) - Nejma Nefertiti 48:04 - Uncle Rukus (East Africa) - Skanks feat. Napoleon Da Legend, Stephen James 50:40 - Punta al meglio (Italy) - Mc Ivanhoe 54:13 - In Da House (Argentina) - Pepe Parietti 58:29 - Bazarro Mic Break 61:00 - Finish "

BTR World Hip Hop
The Re-Opening Of The World...Hip Hop Show

BTR World Hip Hop

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2021 61:00


"We continue to rock on for another dope episode of World Hip Hop. We rock for you. You can spread the word about us, just like gossip, lol. You know we rock the planet with fly musical joints. We don't hold back. So lets get intense on purpose for the grand wizard Crazy Dj Bazarro on the mix. Go!!! 00:00 - Bazarro intro 02:00 - Famous 4 Nothing (Iran/East Africa) - Dysfunkshunal Familee feat. Napoleon Da Legend, Nejma Nefertiti, Hastyle Rhymes & Long Live Phoenix 06:51 - Excuse Me Sir (South Africa) - Jean Grae 11:11 - Nic's Groove (Holland) - The Foreign Exchange feat. Rapper Big Pooh 14:29 - Bomaye 2 (East Africa) - Napoleon Da Legend 17:18 - No Sleep (Jamaica) - The Mood Doctors 20:19 - Bazarro Mic Break 21:49 - Immortal Mc's (Australia) - Hilltop Hoods 24:38 - Triple (Israel) - Drop D 28:56 - Black Queen (Iran) - Nejma Nefertiti 32:49 - Get Them Po (East Africa) - Dysfunkshunal Familee feat. Napoleon Da Legend 36:58 - Rap Pen (Jamaica) - The Mood Doctors feat. Shortie No Mas 40:12 - Bazarro Mic Break 41:35 - 3rd Date (Dominican Republic) - Fokis 44:50 - U Don't Know (Iran) - Nejma Nefertiti 48:04 - Uncle Rukus (East Africa) - Skanks feat. Napoleon Da Legend, Stephen James 50:40 - Punta al meglio (Italy) - Mc Ivanhoe 54:13 - In Da House (Argentina) - Pepe Parietti 58:29 - Bazarro Mic Break 61:00 - Finish "

Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast
Comic Book Industry Networking & Finding Your Audience with Writers Aaron Sparrow and Mark Pellegrini

Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2021 87:44


Comic writers Aaron Sparrow and Mark Pellegrini join Wes to help new comic creators understand the importance of industry networking and growing you audience. The comic book industry is notoriously insular, it's nearly impossible to break in without knowing decision makers within the industry. Creators need to make sure they're getting their name and work out in order to get hired. If they are going the crowd funding route, production and distribution lies squarely on your shoulders. You need to make industry contacts before you're ready to launch you campaign. And before you do that you need to find an audience willing to buy your products. Far too often comic creators neglect or take their paying customers for granted. Aaron Sparrow and Mark Pellegrini go in-depth on comic industry networking and finding your audience.   Mark Pellegrini Bio   Mark Pellegrini is a creative consultant and writer for NINJAINK, LLC and his collaborations with Timothy Lim have been published by IDW and UDON studios. As a freelance featured writer, his articles and creative works have been published by such websites as Adventures in Poor Taste, Comics Alliance, Ain't it Cool News, and io9. You can find more of his writing at TMNT Entity.   YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCl-CXprfvSb6wMblmXH-pZg Website: deviantart.com/ninjaink Twitter: @PelleCreepy   Aaron Sparrow Bio Aaron Sparrow is a comic book writer and editor who got his start as a copy editor at Tokyopop. In 2009, he became the Lead Editor for Boom! Studios' new line of Disney comic books. In addition to his editorial work on these titles, Sparrow also heavily lobbied to do a Darkwing Duck comic, having been a huge fan of the cartoon.    YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCFMFLB8b2908bhhChZhgU6A Twitter: @Aaron_Sparrow    Support Thinking Critical at Ko-fi. Monthly subscriptions receive bonus content and early access to some channel content. Ko-fi.com/thinkingcritical   Thank you for supporting the channel!

Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast
Creating Endings and Cliffhangers with Comic Book Writers Aaron Sparrow and Joe Corallo

Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2021 66:34


Comic writer/editors Aaron Sparrow and Joe Corallo join Wes to discuss creating fantastic comic book endings and cliffhangers. In many ways a story ending is the most important element of your entire work. An unfulfilling ending leaves readers with a sour taste in your mouth. Aaron and Joe explain how to set up your comic book for success by creating great endings that fit your story and leave readers satisfied. Cliffhangers are one of the most important literary devices in any comic book writers toolbox. Most comic books are told sequentially. Leaving your reader on a high note will have them eager for your next chapter. Aaron Sparrow and Joe Corallo give an array of tips on how to set your comic book up for success with sensational endings and cliffhangers   Mark Pellegrini Bio   Mark Pellegrini is a creative consultant and writer for NINJAINK, LLC and his collaborations with Timothy Lim have been published by IDW and UDON studios. As a freelance featured writer, his articles and creative works have been published by such websites as Adventures in Poor Taste, Comics Alliance, Ain't it Cool News, and io9. You can find more of his writing at TMNT Entity.   YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCl-CXprfvSb6wMblmXH-pZg Website: deviantart.com/ninjaink Twitter: @PelleCreepy   Aaron Sparrow Bio Aaron Sparrow is a comic book writer and editor who got his start as a copy editor at Tokyopop. In 2009, he became the Lead Editor for Boom! Studios' new line of Disney comic books. In addition to his editorial work on these titles, Sparrow also heavily lobbied to do a Darkwing Duck comic, having been a huge fan of the cartoon.    YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCFMFLB8b2908bhhChZhgU6A Twitter: @Aaron_Sparrow    Support Thinking Critical at Ko-fi. Monthly subscriptions receive bonus content and early access to some channel content. Ko-fi.com/thinkingcritical   Thank you for supporting the channel!

M.A.D. Inc. Podcast
Ep 30: Moving Better

M.A.D. Inc. Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2021 45:53


Gotta Do Better Daily, Team Fusion Springfield MO, Extreme Focus, U Don't Gotta Be Here, Won't Judge Hot Girl Summers Or OnlyFans --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dacandyshop/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dacandyshop/support

Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast
Creating Narrative Tension/Suspense in Comics Books with Aaron Sparrow and Mark Pellegrini

Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2021 78:42


Aaron Sparrow, Mark Pellegini and Wes take a deep dive into creating tension and suspense in comic books. Tension keeps readers turning the pages of your story. As writers raise the stakes in the story and reveal information the readers becomes more and more invested. There are several types of tension and ways to create suspense in comic books. Comic writers need to know how to use these tools effectively to manipulate their readers emotions and leave them hanging on their every word. Comic book writers Mark Pellegrini and Aaron Sparrow talk about their thoughts and experience creating tension and suspense. .    Mark Pellegrini Bio   Mark Pellegrini is a creative consultant and writer for NINJAINK, LLC and his collaborations with Timothy Lim have been published by IDW and UDON studios. As a freelance featured writer, his articles and creative works have been published by such websites as Adventures in Poor Taste, Comics Alliance, Ain't it Cool News, and io9. You can find more of his writing at TMNT Entity.   YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCl-CXprfvSb6wMblmXH-pZg Website: deviantart.com/ninjaink Twitter: @PelleCreepy   Aaron Sparrow Bio Aaron Sparrow is a comic book writer and editor who got his start as a copy editor at Tokyopop. In 2009, he became the Lead Editor for Boom! Studios' new line of Disney comic books. In addition to his editorial work on these titles, Sparrow also heavily lobbied to do a Darkwing Duck comic, having been a huge fan of the cartoon.    YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCFMFLB8b2908bhhChZhgU6A Twitter: @Aaron_Sparrow    Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast is live on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Podbean, Spotify, Amazon Music/Audible, TuneIn + Alexa, iHeartRadio, PlayerFM and Listen Notes. Link: thinkingcriticalcomicbooks.podbean.com   Support Thinking Critical at Ko-fi. Monthly subscriptions receive bonus content and early access to some channel content. Ko-fi.com/thinkingcritical Thank you for supporting the channel!

Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast
Writers Aaron Sparrow and Mark Pellegrini Talk Breaking Into the Comic Book Industry

Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2021 43:55


Comic book writers Aaron Sparrow and Mark Pellegini talk about their experiences breaking into the comic book industry. The comic book industry is notorious for nepotism and good ole boy networks. Breaking in can be nearly impossible without the right connections. With the rise of crowd funding platforms Kickstarter and Indiegogo, today's comic creators can essentially bypass the industry altogether and take their comics directly to consumers. Mark Pellegrini and Tim Lim are experiencing great success with their Kamen America and Black Hops: USA GI. But it wasn't easy finding and growing their audience. Aaron Sparrow chose a more traditional route. Networking at conventions until he broke in as a comic book editor adapting manga for Tokyo Pop. Eventually he was the managing editor for BOOM! Kids Disney line of comics. No matter what path you choose, breaking into comics is all about hard work and perseverance. Comic book writers Mark Pellegrini and Aaron Sparrow talk about the grind that is breaking into the comic book industry.    Mark Pellegrini Bio   Mark Pellegrini is a creative consultant and writer for NINJAINK, LLC and his collaborations with Timothy Lim have been published by IDW and UDON studios. As a freelance featured writer, his articles and creative works have been published by such websites as Adventures in Poor Taste, Comics Alliance, Ain't it Cool News, and io9. You can find more of his writing at TMNT Entity.   YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCl-CXprfvSb6wMblmXH-pZg Website: deviantart.com/ninjaink Twitter: @PelleCreepy   Aaron Sparrow Bio Aaron Sparrow is a comic book writer and editor who got his start as a copy editor at Tokyopop. In 2009, he became the Lead Editor for Boom! Studios' new line of Disney comic books. In addition to his editorial work on these titles, Sparrow also heavily lobbied to do a Darkwing Duck comic, having been a huge fan of the cartoon.    YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCFMFLB8b2908bhhChZhgU6A Twitter: @Aaron_Sparrow    Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast is live on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Podbean, Spotify, Amazon Music/Audible, TuneIn + Alexa, iHeartRadio, PlayerFM and Listen Notes. Link: thinkingcriticalcomicbooks.podbean.com   Support Thinking Critical at Ko-fi. Monthly subscriptions receive bonus content and early access to some channel content. Ko-fi.com/thinkingcritical Thank you for supporting the channel!

Know Nonsense Trivia Podcast
Episode 153: Midsommar Vacation

Know Nonsense Trivia Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2021 78:15


Quizmasters Lee and Marc meet to ask, suss and answer a general knowledge quiz with topics including TV Hosts, Classic Television, Band Names, Canada, Shakespeare, History, Pop Music, Colors, Soccer, State Slogans, Sea Creatures, Football Records, Trains, Fast Food Chains, Theme Parks, Menu Items and more! Round One TV HOSTS - Leeza Gibbons was the co-host of what show from 1984 to 2000? CLASSIC TELEVISION - Due to a rights dispute, what series of comedic films produced by Hal Roach would later be re-released to theaters and in television syndication as “The Little Rascals”? BAND NAMES - What British band, that peaked in the 1980's was reportedly named after people being shot or hung in World War II? CANADA - Which Canadian city is Alberta's most-populous city, and is nicknamed Stampede City and Cowtown due to the ten day rodeo event that takes place there annually? SHAKESPEARE - Which of Shakespeare's plays involves a pound of flesh? HISTORY - Who was Japan's prime minister during World War II? Missed Corrections How to pronounce “D.L. Hughley” by A-A-Ron 152 - Lee and Marc get the details wrong during Skyler's MLK question suss: Charlton Heston was the actor who marched with MLK. Round Two POP MUSIC - What would we call Bell Biv DeVoe if the R&B group was named after its members first names instead of their last? COLORS - What color gets its name from the Urdu word for "soil-colored"? SOCCER - What style of play, made famous by Ajax and Johan Cruyff, involves every outfield player being able to play any position at any given moment? STATE SLOGANS - What state's famous slogan came from an anti-littering campaign? SEA CREATURES - The Orca, otherwise known as the killer whale, is the world's largest of what type of sea creature? FOOTBALL RECORDS - In 2021, what NFL all-time scoring leader retired after 24 seasons, playing with only 2 teams? Rate My Question TRAINS - America's first steam locomotive lost a race against a horse drawn car due to mechanical failure. What was the name of this iconic engine? FAST FOOD CHAINS - Which “All American” fast food franchise, while owned by Yum! Brands from 2002 to 2011, notably served a competing soda product, despite Yum's lifetime contract with PepsiCo? Final Questions THEME PARKS - Movie World, Australia's only movie-related theme park is the oldest park worldwide owned by what production company? MENU ITEMS - B.K. Udon is a dish that can be found on Japanese chain Marugame Udon menus in the United States, where B.K. is a substitution for what Japanese word which means “splash”? Upcoming LIVE Know Nonsense Trivia Challenges June 9th, 2021 - Know Nonsense Trivia Challenge - Point Ybel Brewing Co. - 7:30 pm EDT June 10th, 2021 - Quizmania: Pro-Wrestling Trivia - Ollies Pub Records and Beer - 7:00 pm EDT June 21st, 2021 - Know Nonsense Trivia MEGAQUIZ on Twitch - 8:00 pm EDT You can find out more information about that and all of our live events online at KnowNonsenseTrivia.com All of the Know Nonsense events are free to play and you can win prizes after every round. Thank you Thanks to our supporters on Patreon. Thank you, Quizdaddies – Tommy (The Electric Mud) and Tim (Pat's Garden Service) Thank you, Team Captains – Dylan, Shaun, Lydia, Gil, David, Aaron, Kristen & Fletcher Thank you, Proverbial Lightkeepers – Nabeel, Patrick, Jon, Adam, Ryan, Mollie, Lisa, Alex, Spencer, Kaitlynn, Manu, Mo, Matthew, Luc, Hank, Justin, Cooper, Elyse, Sarah, Karly, Kristopher, Josh, Lucas Thank you, Rumplesnailtskins – Alex, Doug, Kevin and Sara, Tiffany, Allison, Paige, We Do Stuff, Mike S., Kenya, Jeff, Eric, Steven, Efren, Mike J., Mike C. If you'd like to support the podcast and gain access to bonus content, please visit http://theknowno.com and click "Support."

Lords of the Long Box
DJ T-VO Classic Funky Disco House Mix

Lords of the Long Box

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2021 38:18


1994-2000 Club House Mix by DJ T-V All tracks mixed by me 10 yrs ago. Found this on my old MixCloud page https://www.mixcloud.com/Tvo14/ Track Listing 1.) Push the Feeling - Nightcrawlers 2.) Groovejet - Spiller w/Sophie Ellis Baxtor 3.) Music Sounds Better with You - Stardust 4.) Don't Call Me Baby - Madison Avenue 5.) In De Ghetto - The Bad Yard Club w/Crystal Waters 6.) Lady (Hear me Tonight) - Modjo 7.) The Bomb - The Bucketheads 8.) Energy - Devone 9.) Professional Widow - Tori Amos Armand Van Helden Remix 10.) Magic Carpet Ride - Might Dub Katz 11.) Agua - Saint John 12.) U Don't Know Me - Armand Van Helden featuring Duane Ha

Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast
Writing Believable Comic Book Dialogue with Aaron Sparrow and Mark Pellegrini

Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2021 76:34


Aaron Sparrow, Mark Pellegini and Wes take a deep dive into writing comic book dialogue. Dialogue fills a host of roles in comic book storytelling but it should always building your characters and moving your story forward. Giving characters distinct voices and personalities makes them stand out in the crowd and allows readers to invest in their role in your story. Mark and Aaron give tips and advice to comic writers looking to improve their dialogue. They also layout some of the pitfalls of bad dialogue including; Whedon Speak and Bendis Speak. Two tropes killing comic book story craft today. Finally, Wes and the crew identify comic book, movie and traditional writers who are generate amazing dialogue. Comic book writers Mark Pellegrini and Aaron Sparrow demonstrate how they write dialogue to develop characters and move their story forward.      Mark Pellegrini Bio   Mark Pellegrini is a creative consultant and writer for NINJAINK, LLC and his collaborations with Timothy Lim have been published by IDW and UDON studios. As a freelance featured writer, his articles and creative works have been published by such websites as Adventures in Poor Taste, Comics Alliance, Ain't it Cool News, and io9. You can find more of his writing at TMNT Entity.   YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCl-CXprfvSb6wMblmXH-pZg Website: deviantart.com/ninjaink Twitter: @PelleCreepy   Aaron Sparrow Bio Aaron Sparrow is a comic book writer and editor who got his start as a copy editor at Tokyopop. In 2009, he became the Lead Editor for Boom! Studios' new line of Disney comic books. In addition to his editorial work on these titles, Sparrow also heavily lobbied to do a Darkwing Duck comic, having been a huge fan of the cartoon.    YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCFMFLB8b2908bhhChZhgU6A Twitter: @Aaron_Sparrow    Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast is live on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Podbean, Spotify, Amazon Music/Audible, TuneIn + Alexa, iHeartRadio, PlayerFM and Listen Notes. Link: thinkingcriticalcomicbooks.podbean.com   Support Thinking Critical at Ko-fi. Monthly subscriptions receive bonus content and early access to some channel content. Ko-fi.com/thinkingcritical Thank you for supporting the channel!

Play Me A Recipe
Breaking the Bento Box with Yumi Nagashima, G Yamazawa & Dan the Automator

Play Me A Recipe

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2021 41:58


In honor of Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we're sharing an episode of Food52 Podcast Resident Peter J. Kim's food-meets-music show, Counterjam. Relationships with teriyaki, sushi stereotypes, and the immigrant hustle—host Peter J. Kim looks at Japanese-American cultural identity with comedian Yumi Nagashima, rapper G Yamazawa, and producer Dan the Automator.Check out Counterjam on Spotify for bonus playlists featuring tracks from Yumi, G, Dan and so many other wonderful Japanese-American artists!Counterjam Season 2 is out NOW—check out the show page for new episodes.

Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast
Developing Supporting Characters with Comic Book Writer Mark Pellegrini

Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2021 70:00


Mark Pellegini and Wes take a deep dive into exploiting the comic book medium. No antagonist or protagonist can carry everything on their own. They need to be surrounded by friends, family, mentors, teachers and rivals to carry a story to a satisfying conclusion. In many ways developing engaging supporting characters is just as important creating your heroes and villains. Supporting characters are vital to fleshing out your main characters and setting, carrying subplots, creating conflict and providing crucial information. To create a captivating comic book story writers need to develop multiple supporting characters to support and challenge their antagonist. Comic book writer Mark Pellegrini demonstrates how to develop supporting characters who challenge and enhance their main characters and settings.    Mark Pellegrini Bio   Mark Pellegrini is a creative consultant and writer for NINJAINK, LLC and his collaborations with Timothy Lim have been published by IDW and UDON studios. As a freelance featured writer, his articles and creative works have been published by such websites as Adventures in Poor Taste, Comics Alliance, Ain't it Cool News, and io9. You can find more of his writing at TMNT Entity.   YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCl-CXprfvSb6wMblmXH-pZg Website: deviantart.com/ninjaink Twitter: @PelleCreepy   Aaron Sparrow Bio Aaron Sparrow is a comic book writer and editor who got his start as a copy editor at Tokyopop. In 2009, he became the Lead Editor for Boom! Studios' new line of Disney comic books. In addition to his editorial work on these titles, Sparrow also heavily lobbied to do a Darkwing Duck comic, having been a huge fan of the cartoon.    YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCFMFLB8b2908bhhChZhgU6A Twitter: @Aaron_Sparrow    Support Thinking Critical at Ko-fi. Monthly subscriptions receive bonus content and early access to some channel content. Ko-fi.com/thinkingcritical   Thank you for supporting the channel!

Si Qua Virtus
SQV POdcast Episode 21 - Timothy Lim Talks Manga

Si Qua Virtus

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2021 76:32


On this episode of the SQV Podcast, host Christopher Laurence and prolific artist, comic creator and friend of the show, Timothy Lim discuss the surge in popularity of Manga in America, how and why it is outselling Western comics, whether or not this is a good thing, and if Catholics should be reading it. ------------------------ Timothy Lim is a practicing Roman Catholic, professional illustrator, and political cartoonist from the state of Arkansas. With more than 8 years of industry experience working as a freelance illustrator and merchandising artist for major companies such as Marvel, Lucasfilm, UDON, Hasbro, Stan Lee Collectibles, and Nickelodeon, he has created and illustrated multiple works within the last 2 years that have gone on to be major bestsellers. These include but are not limited to Thump: The First Bundred Days, Black Hops: USA-*-GI, My Hero Magademia,Trump's Space Force, and Kamen America. Timothy's work, more information and products can be found at Ninja Ink, Iconic Comics and WeLoveFine. The Kickstarter for Black Hops X Kamen America is HERE. ---------------------- Find all episodes of the SQV Podcast, as well as an ever-growing library of art, literature, essays, poetry, photography, music and more at SiQuaVirtus.com

Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast
Exploiting the Comic Book Medium with Aaron Sparrow and Mark Pellegrini

Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2021 74:50


Aaron Sparrow, Mark Pellegini and Wes take a deep dive into exploiting the comic book medium. Movies, television and prose have several storytelling limitations that aren't present in comic books. Live-action entertainment is great for presenting external action and conflict but have inherent weakness in presenting complex emotions and thoughts. Prose are great for presenting internal states but can fold under the pressure of explaining complex action scenes. Comic books allow creators the freedom to visually display elements of action and external expression and explain the internal thoughts and feelings of characters. Comic book creators are only limited by their own imaginations. Comic book readers expect creators to take full advantage of the medium when telling their stories. Mark and Aaron give their tips and advice for exploiting the comic book medium to its fullest.   Mark Pellegrini Bio   Mark Pellegrini is a creative consultant and writer for NINJAINK, LLC and his collaborations with Timothy Lim have been published by IDW and UDON studios. As a freelance featured writer, his articles and creative works have been published by such websites as Adventures in Poor Taste, Comics Alliance, Ain't it Cool News, and io9. You can find more of his writing at TMNT Entity.   YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCl-CXprfvSb6wMblmXH-pZg Website: deviantart.com/ninjaink Twitter: @PelleCreepy   Aaron Sparrow Bio Aaron Sparrow is a comic book writer and editor who got his start as a copy editor at Tokyopop. In 2009, he became the Lead Editor for Boom! Studios' new line of Disney comic books. In addition to his editorial work on these titles, Sparrow also heavily lobbied to do a Darkwing Duck comic, having been a huge fan of the cartoon.    YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCFMFLB8b2908bhhChZhgU6A Twitter: @Aaron_Sparrow    Support Thinking Critical at Ko-fi. Monthly subscriptions receive bonus content and early access to some channel content. Ko-fi.com/thinkingcritical Thank you for supporting the channel!

Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast
Avoiding Comic Book Writing Tropes with Mark Pellegrini and Aaron Sparrow

Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2021 81:53


Comic writers Aaron Sparrow (Darkwing Duck) and Mark Pellegrini (Kamen America) join Wes to discuss the worst writing tropes in comics. Writing tropes exist for a reason, they work! Tropes are very useful tools but overused they detract from the story and often times excuse poor writing or planning. McGuffin/Deus Ex Machina, Written in the Stars, Superhero Family and Tragic Villain are some of the most played out tropes in all of comics. Aaron and Mark explain the pitfalls of tropes and how to keep your comic book writing fresh, exciting and trope free.   Mark Pellegrini Bio   Mark Pellegrini is a creative consultant and writer for NINJAINK, LLC and his collaborations with Timothy Lim have been published by IDW and UDON studios. As a freelance featured writer, his articles and creative works have been published by such websites as Adventures in Poor Taste, Comics Alliance, Ain't it Cool News, and io9. You can find more of his writing at TMNT Entity.   YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCl-CXprfvSb6wMblmXH-pZg Website: deviantart.com/ninjaink Twitter: @PelleCreepy   Aaron Sparrow Bio Aaron Sparrow is a comic book writer and editor who got his start as a copy editor at Tokyopop. In 2009, he became the Lead Editor for Boom! Studios' new line of Disney comic books. In addition to his editorial work on these titles, Sparrow also heavily lobbied to do a Darkwing Duck comic, having been a huge fan of the cartoon.    YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCFMFLB8b2908bhhChZhgU6A Twitter: @Aaron_Sparrow    YouTube Channel: youtube.com/c/ThinkingCritical   Support Thinking Critical at Ko-fi. Monthly subscriptions receive bonus content and early access to some channel content. Ko-fi.com/thinkingcritical   Thank you for supporting the channel!

Manga Mavericks
Manga Mavericks EP. 157: May 2021 News & Simulpub Roundups!

Manga Mavericks

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2021


On this episode of Manga Mavericks, its time once again to cover the newest series from Shonen Jump, but this time with a special guest! We talk about the first few chapters of Blue Box by Kouji Miura & Candy Flurry by Ippon Takegushi and Santa Mitarashi with founder of the Weekly Shogakukan Edition blog and Twitter, Sakaki (@kiirobon)! Even though Sakaki also secretly came on the show to promote the gospel of RYOKO and the rest of Shonen Sunday, he also asked to join us specifically to talk about these two new series, so you KNOW these have to be good!! We also discuss our usual round of monthly news, including Chainsaw dominating in manga sales on the latest Bookscan list, Funimation licensing the entire Prince of Tennis franchise, and last but certainly not least, Demon Slayer: Mugen Train's (continuous) runaway success at the North American box office in its first weekend! Enjoy yet another episode of the podcast thats as packed as the tastiest cream puff! For a complete list of links and Community Shout-Outs mentioned in this episode, please visit this podcast's webpage at http://all-comic.com/2021/manga-mavericks-ep-157-may-2021-news-simulpub-roundups/ PODCAST BREAKDOWN:  00:00 - Intro 01:53 - Patron Shout-out! 03:08 - April NYT Graphic Books & Manga List 04:49 - March Bookscan List 15:25 - Witch’s Printing Office ends 16:23 - Tale of the Outcasts ends 17:13 - No Guns Life to end with Vol 13 18:07 - Saint Seiya: Saintia Sho nearing its end 18:43 - Arata: The Legend resumes serialization 20:09 - Go Nagai draws new chapter of Osamu Tezuka's Barbara 21:57 - UBI x Jump Manga Award Winners available to read on Manga Plus 24:49 - Takehiko Inoue’s REAL now available digitally 26:45 - Viz licenses various Marvel manga 30:59 - New Yen Press licenses 49:19 - Kodansha USA May licenses 54:26 - Udon licenses Steins Gate 0 manga 55:05 - New J-Novel licenses 1:00:08 - 1st Quarter Graphic Novel Sales Rose Dramatically due to Manga 1:01:07 - Posting manga dialogue can now be considered copyright infringement(?) 1:03:42 - Big West and Harmony Gold come to an agreement to permit the distribution of the original Macross 1:07:40 - FUNimation reaches settlement in class action lawsuit over violating Americans with Disabilities Act 1:08:36 - FUNimation licenses all of Prince of Tennis 1:15:42 - New Madoka Magica film announced 1:17:31 - Penguindrum compilation film 1:18:14 - Hideaki Anno to direct Shin Kamen Rider film 1:19:37 - Demon Slayer: Mugen Train’s North American opening weekend box office gross 1:31:26 - Miki Yoshikawa’s A Couple of Cuckoos will get an anime in 2022 1:32:02 - Restaurant to Another World Season 2 announced 1:32:31 - JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part 6: Stone Ocean anime confirmed 1:33:30 - Tokyo Babylon 2021 anime with GoHands cancelled, production will restart with new studio 1:34:53 - Saint Seiya “Final Editions” of the manga to be published in Japan 1:35:38 - Golgo 13 ties with Kochikame for the Guinness World Record for most volumes published for a single manga series 1:36:04 - Moto Hagio once again nominated for Eisner Hall of Fame 1:36:52 - TCAF to host Nagata Kabi 1:37:43 - Osamu Kobayashi has passed away Simulpubs: 1:39:37 - Blue Box 2:03:06 - Candy Flurry 2:21:36 - Sakaki compares Candy Flurry to RYOKO 2:38:53 - Community Shout-Outs! 2:59:47 - Wrap-Up Enjoy the show, and follow us on twitter at @manga_mavericks, on tumblr at mangamavericks.tumblr.com, and on Youtube! You can also follow the hosts on Twitter at @sniperking323 and @lumranmayasha. If you’d like to help support the show financially you can pledge to our Patreon and receive some awesome rewards like our Patreon-exclusive Bonus pods! If one-time donations are more your speed you can donate to Colton’s Ko-fi here and LumRanmaYasha’s Ko-fi here, and if you want to support LumRanmaYasha’s art and other projects you can follow them @siddartworks on Instagram and Twitter and donate to their personal Patreon. Don’t forget to also like and subscribe to us on Youtube and iTunes and leave us reviews to help us curate the show and create better content! Music Featured: "Sugar, Sugar" by The Archies

Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast
Mark Pellegrini Spells Out Worldbuiding in Comic Books

Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2021 74:33


Mark Pellegini and Wes break down Worldbuilding in comics. Worldbuilding is key no matter what genre or world you're creating in. It establishes the rules and setting your characters and story operate in. In many ways it can be the longest and most part of comic book writing. In fact, a vast majority of the rules, history and culture you create may never show up in your comic book. But it drives your story and allows readers to become immersed in the setting and story your telling.    Mark Pellegrini Bio   Mark Pellegrini is a creative consultant and writer for NINJAINK, LLC and his collaborations with Timothy Lim have been published by IDW and UDON studios. As a freelance featured writer, his articles and creative works have been published by such websites as Adventures in Poor Taste, Comics Alliance, Ain't it Cool News, and io9. You can find more of his writing at TMNT Entity.   YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCl-CXprfvSb6wMblmXH-pZg Website: deviantart.com/ninjaink Twitter: @PelleCreepy   Aaron Sparrow Bio Aaron Sparrow is a comic book writer and editor who got his start as a copy editor at Tokyopop. In 2009, he became the Lead Editor for Boom! Studios' new line of Disney comic books. In addition to his editorial work on these titles, Sparrow also heavily lobbied to do a Darkwing Duck comic, having been a huge fan of the cartoon.    YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCFMFLB8b2908bhhChZhgU6A Twitter: @Aaron_Sparrow    YouTube Channel: youtube.com/c/ThinkingCritical   Support Thinking Critical at Ko-fi. Monthly subscriptions receive bonus content and early access to some channel content. Ko-fi.com/thinkingcritical   Thank you for supporting the channel!

MegaDumbCast
UDON Comics [Mrevisiting Mriganka Day 1]

MegaDumbCast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2021 36:08


To kick off this six-part series about Mrigankan secrets and inspirations from outside the Street Fighter Storytelling Game, today's triple-length episode explores Mriganka's portrayal on UDON's Street Fighter comics. What defenses does Bison use to keep Mriganka safe? How do you run a superweapon on hate, and what happens if the hate tank springs a leak? And most importantly, why is M Bison naked?

Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast
Incorporating Humor Into Comic Books with Aaron Sparrow and Mark Pellegrini

Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2021 78:33


Aaron Sparrow, Mark Pellegini and Wes dive into writing humor in comic books. Humor serves several purposes in comic books; it adds levity, satire, character development, identify relationships and entertain readers. Unless you're writing a comedic story a little bit of comedy can go along way. There are many pitfalls writers need to avoid in general and types of jokes that won't work in comic books. This lesson is a must for writers looking to incorporate jokes and humor into the writing.    Mark Pellegrini Bio   Mark Pellegrini is a creative consultant and writer for NINJAINK, LLC and his collaborations with Timothy Lim have been published by IDW and UDON studios. As a freelance featured writer, his articles and creative works have been published by such websites as Adventures in Poor Taste, Comics Alliance, Ain't it Cool News, and io9. You can find more of his writing at TMNT Entity.   YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCl-CXprfvSb6wMblmXH-pZg Website: deviantart.com/ninjaink Twitter: @PelleCreepy   Aaron Sparrow Bio Aaron Sparrow is a comic book writer and editor who got his start as a copy editor at Tokyopop. In 2009, he became the Lead Editor for Boom! Studios' new line of Disney comic books. In addition to his editorial work on these titles, Sparrow also heavily lobbied to do a Darkwing Duck comic, having been a huge fan of the cartoon.    YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCFMFLB8b2908bhhChZhgU6A Twitter: @Aaron_Sparrow    YouTube Channel: youtube.com/c/ThinkingCritical   Support Thinking Critical at Ko-fi. Monthly subscriptions receive bonus content and early access to some channel content. Ko-fi.com/thinkingcritical   Thank you for supporting the channel!

25 Years of Vampire: The Masquerade - A Retrospective
Vampire the Requiem - City of the Damned: New Orleans - Episode 10

25 Years of Vampire: The Masquerade - A Retrospective

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2021 71:29


Join us as we explore the history of the and struggle for dominance in the Big Easy!Authors: Ari Marmell and C.A. SuleimanVampire and the World of Darkness created by Mark Rein•HagenDevelopers: Justin Achilli and Mike LeeEditor: Scribendi Editorial ServicesArt Director: Pauline BenneyBook Design: Pauline BenneyInterior Art: Matt Dixon, Udon, Shane Coppage. Michael Phillippi, Travis Ingram, Jean-Sebastien Rossbach, Avery Butterworth, Cyril Van Der Haegen, Mark NelsonFront Cover Art: R.K. PostPurchase it here: City of the Damned: New OrleansSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/25yearsofvampirethemasquerade/posts)

The Lutheran Ladies' Lounge from KFUO Radio
#081: Iron Ladle Challenge: The Diet of Worms

The Lutheran Ladies' Lounge from KFUO Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2021 53:47


It's an Iron Ladle Challenge! In honor of the 500th Anniversary of Martin Luther's defiant confession of faith at the Diet of Worms, Sarah, Erin, Bri, and Rachel are each cooking up a tasty recipe inspired by a single key ingredient: worms. Beginning with a brief history of Luther's legendary 1521 trial appearance at the city of Worms, the Ladies then launch into a four-course smorgasbord of wormy dishes, from Erin's savory udon noodles to Sarah's zoodle skillet, from Rachel's quadruple layer dirt cake with gummy worm surprise to Bri's sour gummy worm monstrosity. Lutheran history has never tasted so good (or, in Bri's case, so very, very bad). To learn more about the Diet of Worms, check out Dr. Jack Kilcrease's explanatory article on LutheranReformation.org or the Rev. Hans Fiene's animate comedy musical on the Lutheran Satire channel. Join Lutherans across the nation in celebrating “Here I Stand” Sunday on April 18, 2021, and support the ongoing confession of the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod with a "Here I Stand" Thank Offering at lcms.org/givenow. Erin's Udon Soup Use these ingredients or others you'd enjoy together: Udon noodles Broth of choice Baby Bok Choy (Pour boiling water over bok choy in steamer. That's all the cooking it needs!) 6 1/2 minute egg Shitake mushroom Sarah's Ground Beef, Butternut, and Zoodles Un-recipe Brown butternut squash chunks (Sarah uses pre-packaged fresh chopped) in olive oil, salt, and pepper over medium heat. If cooking from frozen, leave the lid off the pan to allow the steam to escape. Prepare zoodles according to package directions, if using pre-packaged. Otherwise, spiralize your zucchini and cook until al dente. Add ground beef to butternut squash and brown. Spice to taste. Add Zoodles to butternut and beef, and mix well. Cover pan and turn heat off to let the flavors combine. Let simmer for a few minutes. Enjoy! Rachel's Dirt Pudding Piñata Cake Using 8 or 9 inch round cake pans lined with wax paper or parchment, bake a chocolate fudge cake and fudge brownies according to the instructions on the packages. (For brownies, shorten baking time to about twenty minutes and remove when toothpick comes out clean.) Set aside on wire racks to cool. Make dirt pudding dessert (leaving aside crushed Oreos for now) according to your favorite recipe. (Here's mine. If you use this one, be sure to cut it at least in half for the cake.) Cut circles about the size of a large cereal bowl from the centers of one cake round and one brownie round. (To see how a piñata cake of this sort would look like in a perfect world, check out this idiosyncratic YouTube tutorial.) Begin building your cake with an uncut brownie round spread with chocolate fudge frosting. Add the next two layers (cut cake round and cut brownie round), with frosting between and atop each layer. Pause to add the filling in the cavity of the cake. Put down a layer of crushed Oreo cookie, then a layer of dirt pudding, then a layer of gummy worms. Repeat until the filling is even with the top of the hole. Add the top (uncut) layer and frost the entire outside of the cake. Optional: dust with powdered sugar. If you have a talented teenage artist in the house, ask her to freehand draw you a Luther Rose in red frosting on the top of your cake. If you don't, you may decorate the cake in whatever way seems best. Enjoy! Bri's Sour Gummy Worm Rice Crispy Treats It's better if you don't try this one. Connect with the Lutheran Ladies on social media in The Lutheran Ladies' Lounge Facebook discussion group (facebook.com/groups/LutheranLadiesLounge). Follow us on Instagram @lutheranladieslounge, and also follow Sarah (@hymnnerd), Rachel (@rachbomberger), Erin (@erinaltered), and Bri (@grrrzevske).

Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast
Developing Memorable Villains with Aaron Sparrow and Mark Pellegrini

Thinking Critical Comic Book Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2021 90:41


Aaron Sparrow, Mark Pellegini and Wes dive into creating memorable villains. Every great hero needs a formidable villain to oppose them. Comic writers have long known a standout villain is equally important to having a fantastic hero. Aaron and Markexplain their processes and theories behind developing monstrous villains using traditional character development and story-telling methods. This lesson is must-see for any writer wanting to learn the ins-and-outs of creating memorable comic book villains.    Mark Pellegrini Bio   Mark Pellegrini is a creative consultant and writer for NINJAINK, LLC and his collaborations with Timothy Lim have been published by IDW and UDON studios. As a freelance featured writer, his articles and creative works have been published by such websites as Adventures in Poor Taste, Comics Alliance, Ain't it Cool News, and io9. You can find more of his writing at TMNT Entity.   YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCl-CXprfvSb6wMblmXH-pZg Website: deviantart.com/ninjaink Twitter: @PelleCreepy   Aaron Sparrow Bio Aaron Sparrow is a comic book writer and editor who got his start as a copy editor at Tokyopop. In 2009, he became the Lead Editor for Boom! Studios' new line of Disney comic books. In addition to his editorial work on these titles, Sparrow also heavily lobbied to do a Darkwing Duck comic, having been a huge fan of the cartoon.    YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCFMFLB8b2908bhhChZhgU6A Twitter: @Aaron_Sparrow    YouTube Channel: youtube.com/c/ThinkingCritical   Support Thinking Critical at Ko-fi. Monthly subscriptions receive bonus content and early access to some channel content. Ko-fi.com/thinkingcritical   Thank you for supporting the channel!

Truth Is A Bitter Pill
Truth Is A Bitter Pill - Episode Seven

Truth Is A Bitter Pill

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2021 38:34


Dear WNBA Players, No One Watches U! U Don't Deserve Equal Pay Until You Can Generate Equal Revenue! - TS --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/truthisabitterpill/support

IDKWTFTI
Koolaid Cult

IDKWTFTI

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2021 153:49


The crew discuss maintaining personal relationships as viewed from Jalen's perspective. Derek Jaxn and his wife and their moment of infamy. Our thoughts on religion and the role it plays in society. As well as Lil Nas X's satanic shoe model...and MUCH MORE!Opening Song: Rick Ross - "3 Kings"Snippet: Usher - "U Don't have To Call"Outro Songs: Stack Bundles - "Peep Game"Tupac - "Do For Love"

Cookery by the Book
Water, Wood & Wild Things | Hannah Kirshner

Cookery by the Book

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 20, 2021


Water, Wood & Wild Things: Learning Craft and Cultivation in a Japanese Mountain TownBy Hannah Kirshner Intro: Welcome to the number one cookbook podcast, Cookery by the Book with Suzy Chase. She's just a home cook in New York City, sitting at her dining room table, talking to cookbook authors.Hannah Kirshner: I'm Hannah Kirshner and my first book is out now it's called Water, Wood & Wild Things: Learning Craft and Cultivation in a Japanese Mountain Town.Suzy Chase: Water, Wood & Wild Things is the engrossing brilliant book we need right about now. Part travelogue, part meditation on the meaning of work, and full of your beautiful drawings and local recipes. But first I want to tell you that I have been a huge fan of yours for years, since you were with Food52 back in 2016 and you would do these Facebook lives and I just adored your kitchen in Brooklyn. It was so organized.Hannah Kirshner: That's amazing, you know, broadcasting those I really had no idea who was watching in a way it just felt like I was alone in my kitchen. And yeah, it's amazing to hear that you were watching and enjoying them.Suzy Chase: I loved it. And you know, what's so funny for the longest time I didn't know your name was Hannah. I was like oh Sweets & Bitters is on.Hannah Kirshner: Right, so that was the name of the magazines that I self-published. It just kind of stuck. Actually I chose the name when I was still, I hadn't even started the magazines, but I was a baker and I was a bartender and I was doing some cocktail events and baking cupcakes and all sorts of things. Then I was like, well, this will just sort of work for whatever I do I think.Suzy Chase: It was perfect. And I still just want to call you Sweets & Bitters.Hannah Kirshner: Well, I think I'm stuck with it. So that's good.Suzy Chase: So in 2017 you did some videos for Food52 in Japan and my favorite of all time was when you went to Kathy's Kitchen and Kathy does all this American baking and her cookbook collection was fantastic. She showed you a cookbook from when she was 10 that was all about Pennsylvania Dutch Baking. I will always remember that episode. I loved her shop.Hannah Kirshner: She's amazing. So Kathy is her American name, but her real name is Kei Yamaguchi and so she has this baking space in Kyoto. Now, I can't remember if at that time it was her old space or her new space, but she sells baked goods and she runs baking classes. Most people in Japan don't have an oven in their home kitchen. So she's able to teach people and give them an opportunity to cook all these baked goods that require an oven and she has this amazing cookbook. I think she's published two of them now called Friendship Cooking, where she travels around Japan and cooks with different friends and learns their recipes.Suzy Chase: Let's start off with your first foray into Japan. When you spent a month with bike, when you were 22, how did that come about?Hannah Kirshner: At the end of college and the years that followed, I had started bike racing and I was working in a bike shop. I had actually applied for a Fulbright to go to Japan and write a graphic novel about bicycle culture, not surprisingly the Fulbright committee didn't quite get it. And so I figured, well, I can't afford to go for a whole year without funding, but I could save up enough money to go for a month. When I was writing the proposal, I had seen a flyer for a bike messenger race in Kyoto, and I contacted...there was an email on it I didn't know who I was writing to, but I wrote to them, it turned out to be this man named Takuya and Takuya invited me to come and stay in this bike messenger house with his friends, as long as I wanted to. And so that's what I did and as soon as I was there, I was just sort of immersed in that subculture going to bike messenger events. I got to go on a bike ride with a woman that's a national champion in Japan, and I got to meet my favorite artist, it was incredible and I stayed in touch and stayed friends with those folks and Takuya who had been my host about almost a decade later, introduced me to Yusuke Shimoki who runs a bar here in Yamanaka Onsen. And that is the town that my book is about.Suzy Chase: Yes. That leads me to my next question. How did sake and a dinner party in New York lead you to where you are today?Hannah Kirshner: So Takuya had been telling me about this magical mountain town called Yamanaka that I had to visit. But at that point I was a food stylist in New York. I had met the man that would become my husband. You know, I had a full life so it was hard to imagine just going to Japan at that point, but he told me, well, the owner of the cocktail bar in that town Yusuke Shimoki he's about 30, your same age, he really wants to come to New York. Can you host him? Meanwhile, what Shimoki had heard was my friends in New York really want to meet you. Can you go visit them? So I'm not sure if Takuya was an intentionally setting us up to be friends or what, but the did come to New York and I happened to be having a dinner party while he was there. And he basically had brought his entire bar to Brooklyn and so he unpacked multiple bottles of Sake, a whole set of different kinds of glassware and Yamanaka Shikki the lacquerware wooden cups that this town is famous for and then he put on this apron, it was one of those great Japanese apron, like half a waist apron that has like navy blue with the bars insignia and the white and orange and navy waist tie and I was like, where can I get an apron like that? And he said, you have to work in my bar. And I said, okay. And he said, well, you have to come for two months. Okay. And so it became a plan and I came to Yamanaka and apprenticed in his bar. I was here for about three months at that time. So, you know, working in the Sake bar immediately kind of made me part of this community. And it was not only a place to learn about that game. So I met all these amazing people like artists and craftsmen and farmers and hunters, and realized I wanted to learn about what they were doing too, and how it all wove together into the culture and community of Yamanaka. And that's where the book idea came from.Suzy Chase: So tell us a few of the jobs slash skills you learned that are in the book.Hannah Kirshner: When I was apprenticing in the bar, Shimoki-san, very proudly introduced me to Takehito Nakajima, a wood turner and he invited me to his studio to try out wood turning, which at first I was actually not so sure, like seemed kind of scary to, you know, take a sharp tool and put it on a moving hunk of wood, of course I said, yes and it turned out that I loved wood turning and over the months and years that followed, he continued to teach me, I made various cups and bowls with him and that experience. And then also becoming friends with Mika Horie the paper maker and photographer. Those sort of came about organically through meeting them through friendships. Once I knew I wanted to write the book, I really set out to find people that represented sort of the essential material called the town. What were the things made harvested, farmed in Yamanaka that defined that place. So that included boar hunting, growing rice, growing vegetables, gathering wild edible. I took tea ceremony lessons, and then eventually I worked in the sake brewery.Suzy Chase: So this all became your life. What was the pivotal moment for you when you said, I, I want to live here. Had you figured out at that point that you wanted to live there or were you just doing all of these jobs and learning these crafts under the mentors, thinking that you're going to come back to New York City.Hannah Kirshner: It's hard to pinpoint an exact moment coming to Yamanaka really felt in a way like coming home for me and connecting to a part of myself that I had sort of pushed aside and adulthood. I grew up on a small farm in the Pacific Northwest, outside of Seattle in a town called North Bend, which anybody who's a fan of Twin Peaks will know as the place where Twin Peaks was filmed and my mother grew a lot of our own food. We had chickens, we had sheep for wool and also occasionally for me, and in a lot of ways that landscape really resembles Yamanaka too. You have this intersection of all these amazing micro-climates ocean lands and forest so the variety and freshness of ingredients for food is just incredible.Suzy Chase: Japanese cycling friends were surprised to hear that you had grown up with cherry blossom picnics too.Hannah Kirshner: Yea that's right. We used to have cherry blossom picnics at the University of Washington. There are hundred year old cherry trees there that came from Japan. And so my mom used to take us every year for a cherry blossom picnic. You know, Seattle has, and the Pacific Northwest, in general has a really long history of the Japanese community there actually many different Asian communities, but the Japanese community in particular came right around the time that Japan was opening its borders for international trade and travel at the end of the 1800's, it was sort of the end of the gold rush beginning of the logging industry and railroads and so all these workers were needed and a lot of Japanese young men would come over hoping to make their fortune and then go home. But many of them stayed and then brought wives and established a Japantown in Seattle so like even in my little small town, an hour outside of Seattle, we could get Yakisoba and Udon in the supermarket. And those were things that we ate quite often.Suzy Chase: Fewer than 8,000 people live in Yamanaka and its surrounding villages and that number is shrinking and yet young artists, designers, and entrepreneurs move there to make a life in the countryside. Can you talk a little bit about that?Hannah Kirshner: So like a lot of rural towns in Japan, it can often feel like almost everybody in Yamanaka is elderly. There are not that many young people. There are not that many children, but Yamanaka has a 1300 year history of tourism because of its onsen, its hot springs and alongside that grew various craft industries like the wood turning because you could sell your wooden wares to travelers who wanted souvenirs. So students actually come from all over Japan to study at the wood turning school here in Yamanaka and even though the town is very isolated geographically, the onsen, the hot spring was sort of a retreat for physical and spiritual healing monks would come, merchant sea men would come in from the port to rest between trips so you always sort of had this exchange of culture here, even though it is a rural mountain town and I think the combination of those craft communities and just the character of the town really seems to draw a lot of young people who are interested in perhaps learning older ways or living a slower life or learning farming, both connecting to traditional culture, but also creating new things like even Shimoki's sake bar. That's quite unusual for someone in a small town to start their own business like that. Normally you'd either take over the family business or move to a city for a good salary man job, or to work in a big business where you could have like a good, steady income.Suzy Chase: Did he ever tell you his story, why he decided to open the sake bar in the town? And because it seems like..Hannah Kirshner: You know, he's actually from the next town over Yamashiro and this is something really interesting. He said that he feels like Yamanaka is more open-minded that people are more willing to accept new things or that you can sort of try something without being sure if it will succeed.Suzy Chase: It's funny it's just one town over.Hannah Kirshner: Yea, but it really does. I mean, it's one town over, but it feels quite different. I mean, maybe part of that is the history Yamanaka was known as a destination for healing and rest and Yamashiro was more of a red light district. And even now like Yamashiro has more big hotels, Pachinko parlors, karaoke, like more entertainment has a different vibeSuzy Chase: Times Square versus the West Village.Hannah Kirshner: Yea right. They're like very nearby, but totally different.Suzy Chase: There are recipes in each chapter, some foods rarely seen outside Yamanaka. Can you give us one example of a rare dish?Hannah Kirshner: The one that's in the book is called Suko and it made from the stems of taro, but this particular one pickle is made from zuiki, the red taro stems and I've never seen this pickle outside of this region though. The stems are sort of like spongy, almost that you peel them and then it's like a sweet vinegar, pickle, and they're bright red. They can be a side dish or they can be a drinking snack. They go really well with the local sake obviously that's not something that most readers are going to be able to reproduce exactly if they're not in Japan but I still think that there's a value to having a recipe that explains how something is made that documents a local food that tells a story in some way. Like sometimes I think it's frustrating when recipes aren't translated to English because they wouldn't be practical for us. I still want to know about it and so much of this book, both in the narrative in the recipes is about curiosity about how things are made and why they're made the way they are.Suzy Chase: I think that's what I love so much about you is you have so many various different curiosities and it's just fascinating. It's almost like what's Hannah into now.Hannah Kirshner: It's kind of a problem cause I get into all these different things and then I just like, can't manage to keep up with them allSuzy Chase: I love from the outside looking in, it's like, oh, Hannah's doing that and I can learn from her.Hannah Kirshner: Well, writing is just about the best profession for that reason because it's my job to be curious about things and learn about them.Suzy Chase: In this book you limited your geographic scope to places you could reach by bike from your apartment, except for Chapter 9 Samurai at the Duck Pond. Can you talk a little bit about that?Hannah Kirshner: So about 20, 30 minutes west on the coast, there's this duck pond where about 25 men carry on this sport. That was once a form of samurai skills training. So the story is that the samurai was returning from fishing at the coast and as he walked up over the sand dune, a flock of ducks flew over and he took his net and he threw it up into the air and he caught one of the dock. And from that, he created the sport where, as it exists, now you have this Y shaped net, the pole that you hold is wood. And then it's got bamboo arms and a net like a fishing net stretched in between them. So they go up on the slopes on the hillsides, around the pond and as the ducks are leaving in the evening, they wait and they have the, the net like in front of them. The way I describe it in the book is like a tennis racket ready for a serve and then when the ducks fly over, bring it up vertically and toss it into the air. And the net comes up from below the dock, below their line of sight. And the duck flies into the net and it falls to the ground and is stunned. And then while it's stunned, they strangle it, just tie a little string around its neck. So it is a very, very inefficient way to hunt and really is more about a sort of skills training. And I found for these hunters, it's also just very much a way of being in nature and observing and being connected to that world.Suzy Chase: What was interesting to read as these duck hunters are natural experts in the wind and the youngest hunter was 39. So these guys are old.Hannah Kirshner: So Kawamoto-san, the man who brought me along, who I followed along for a season of hunting, the season goes from mid-November to mid-February. And he told me... he's in his mid-fifties, I believe and so he's considered one of the younger guys too. He told me it takes 10 years to get good at it. Plus you have to pay licensing fees. You have to have your nets. You have to be part of the club. You have to volunteer to take care of the pond. Like a lot of what they do is stewarding the landscape too. So it's a big commitment. It's a lot of money, a lot of time. And also the timing for hunting is like in the early evening, usually around five, like just before it gets dark. So it's not really that easy to just take up the hobby. And I think that they're struggling to find young people who want to join and continue it.Suzy Chase: And there are two restaurants in the area that serve net caught duck, which I think is amazing.Hannah Kirshner: As you can imagine, they don't catch very many of these ducks. And they're said to be especially delicious because the duck doesn't know what's about to die. So there are no stress hormones released. There's no damage from, you know, shooting it with a gun or killing it in some brutal way. So the meat is really prized and only two restaurants in this area serve the meat. One is Bantei and the other is Yamagishi. So the signature dish at these places is a kamo nabe or a duck, nabe means pot literally, but it also means the dish that's cooked in that pot. So usually like a hot pot, like a broth with various things, simmered in it. And there's actually a very particular kind of nabe in this area called Jibuni. It's a soy sauce based broth with various vegetables, sort of cooked consecutively in the broth and the meat is actually dipped in starch before it's simmered. So it makes this little sort of coating that helps keep the broth flavor on the meat as it simmers in the broth. And then the absolute best part is that when you're done simmering everything, you've got this concentrated stock with a flavor of the vegetables and the flavor of the duck meat. And you put either soba noodles or rice into that. That is absolutely my favorite part of the whole dish. It's a little elaborate. And the restaurants that make it are very protective of their proprietary recipes, but Kazu Yamagishi the chef at Yamagishi taught me how to make a really easy recipe for these duck and scallion skewers that are in the book. And he's that young Hunter that you mentioned the 39 year old, well, 39 at the time of writing. So I guess in his early forties now.Suzy Chase: You have an author's note in the back of the book that talks about how you had to go back to New York after the research for this book was done. And you didn't know at the time that the pandemic would make it a year before you could return a year later, how is Yamanaka doing? And the crafts people, the artisans and the shop owners, the restaurant owners, et cetera, et cetera.Hannah Kirshner: Yeah. Coming back here from New York after spending the spring and summer of 2020 in New York, it was the biggest culture shock. This time was how normal it felt here, although that sort of conceals the fact that people are really struggling economically without tourism, that a lot of the businesses rely on. Now, they're having to rely on government subsidies to get them through the sake brewery. He expected to have a big year because of the Olympics. And then not only were the Olympics canceled, but restaurants closed during the state of emergency people. Aren't going out to eat as much. So, yeah, they're definitely struggling in that sense, but people are very stoic about it, but Yamanaka still has had no known cases of COVID-19. So it took me a while to get used to like, I'm still very careful here, but there are certain things where I feel like, okay, rationally the risk of having dinner at a friend's house with like two people, probably more like the sort of normal risks that we choose to take. And it's tricky, but, and I don't really know why Yamanaka has done so wellSuzy Chase: At the very end of this book, you tell the story of Hato-chan a pigeon that kept you company. Can you talk a little bit about this pigeon?Hannah Kirshner: Oh my gosh. I'm so glad that you asked this. So Hato-chan the name literally means like pigeon dear or pigeon sweetie. I sort of thought like, you know, in Breakfast At Tiffany's she has the cat and she calls it cat because they don't belong to each other. So this is sort of how I felt with the pigeon. I found her injured on the sidewalk here in Yamanaka, and like, we have doves here, but not pigeons and she looked fancy. So she looks kind of like a New York pigeon, but like fancier something's weird here. And she was hanging around on the sidewalk. Like she was sort of like looking for help. So it's like, this is an animal that sees people as helpers somehow. And so I picked her up and I brought her back to my apartment thinking like, well, maybe she'll recover in a few days and want to fly away but I learned that she was actually a racing pigeon that had probably been discarded because she didn't have the band that she would have if someone was actually keeping her for racing and she just became this lovely companion. Clearly she was a domesticated bird and it wouldn't have been safe to release her. So she just hung out with me in my apartment and gradually got to trust being where she would come and eat my hand. And she would just kind of do her own thing during the day. I'd let her out of her cage and she would just walk around and she would like, come and check on me. Like, what are you doing? Okay. Now I'm going to go back to my thing. Uh, she was my buddy through those final solitary months of really getting the book done before my deadline. So when I was coming back to New York at the end of 2019, I needed to find some home for Hato-chan. I did look into bringing her back with me and that would have required her going through quarantine. And it would've cost like a thousand dollars. At least did not seem like a reasonable thing to do. So when I left Japan, I took her in a box on the Shinkansen, the bullet train. But this man outside of Tokyo who keeps pigeons, he was this Emirati Pakistani man who told me as we were going to take her to his house, that he believes that pigeons are close to the spirits. So if you want to talk to the spirits, you can talk to pigeons, any feeds the pigeons at the station. And he tells me that they come to him in his dreams when he hasn't fed them in a while and tell them that they're hungry. He was just so sweet. And so my Hato-chan went to live with this man outside of Tokyo. And she now has her own family there. She found a mate and she had babies and she has her own little family outside Tokyo now.Suzy Chase: Oh my gosh, you have to write a whole book about her.Hannah Kirshner: I actually wrote a graphic novel just to like entertain one of my friends. So, but I haven't, haven't finished that.Suzy Chase: Now to my segment called Last Night's Dinner where I asked you what you had last night for dinner.Hannah Kirshner: I know that you asked this question and I was worried that I was going to be self-conscious about it and like plan my dinner so that I could tell you about it. And then I completely forgot until after dinner. Last night I had Yuba, which is like, when you make tofu, the sort of skin or skim that rises to the top, there's like a a firm version. That's kind of like a noodle. And then there's a soft version that's sort of like creamy and goopy. So Moriguchi-san, who is one of the craftsman in the book, he carves these wooden trays called Wagatabon, he brought me some Yuba from Kyoto. They had that and just rice and a very simple miso soup and a umeboshi pickled plum. Technically it's not a plum. It's close botanically, closer to an apricot, but that's okay.Suzy Chase: Oh my gosh. I have to tell you your easiest, fastest, best fried rice is my favorite. It's garlic, ginger scallion fried eggs. And that's it. And you say to use day old rice, because that's the best who to thought that because you think it would be dry, but it's not.Hannah Kirshner: You have to use the day old rice cause otherwise it sticks to the pan and you get so mad. It, the worst thing, if you make fried rice with rice, that's too fresh. And then you've just got that, that goop burning on your pan.Suzy Chase: That recipe is so good. Thank you. Everyone needs to look that up after they get your book. So where can we find you on the web and social media?Hannah Kirshner: I'm at SweetsnBitters sweets, the letter N, bitters on Instagram and Twitter.Suzy Chase: The way live and create is incredibly inspiring to me. It's reassuring to know that there are still places you can't find on the internet. Thank you so much, Hannah, for coming on cookery by the book podcast.Hannah Kirshner: Thank you so much for having me on.Hannah Kirshner: I just want to add something to acknowledge the horrific violence that happened earlier this week in the context of the rise in hate crimes against Asian-Americans. I talked about the influence that Japanese and other Asian communities have had on the Pacific Northwest in talking about my book and that influence in the food and architecture and gardens and culture exists in spite of the terrible injustices against those Asian communities. I've written about the internment of Japanese Americans during World War Two and before that there was the Chinese exclusion act and of course, all that time, there was violence against Asian Americans and Asian immigrants, vandalism, destruction of their businesses. And I think that history is so clearly still with us. I think we can look to Min Jin Lee or Cathy Park Hong written so eloquently about this Roxane Gay also. So if we're interested in Japanese food, in Asian food and cultures, I think it's so important for us to know and understand that history and to keep listening and learning.

MUSIC IV BREAKFAST
"Same Song"

MUSIC IV BREAKFAST

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 19, 2021 39:22


Does it ever start to feel like you're listening to the same song over and over again? We'll you probably are listening to the SAME SONG! Hip Hop has a unique way of resurfacing a popular sound with newer artists, while still respecting the craft. On this week's episode of Music IV Breakfast, we will be discussing those genres of music that have made a comeback with newer artists. We will be providing a 5 old school vs 5 new school playlist all about the originators of specific genres and those artists who have managed to recreate a similar sound. Jay Manning will be breaking down the lyrics to Jay-Z's "U Don’t Know" on the Bar Breakdown (30:34) and on the Daily Bread (10:43), he will be covering the major business move, LeBron James has made with the MLB. On the Hot Plate (11:50) Kia will cover Anita Baker and her request to boycott her music, Kirk Franklin, and his family troubles, and recapping the 63rd Grammy Awards. Jay Manning will also be covering the latest in sports on the Huddle House (18:19). The Health Inspection (19:37) will contain the breaking news regarding COVID vaccines and politics. Lastly, in honor of Women's History Month, we will be paying homage to women whom we are inspired by on Who Got Grace (36:17). A recycled sound makes for good music in hip hop, travel with us through those similar sounds recreated by newer artists on the latest episode of Music IV Breakfast!

Gluten Time
29 Pancakes, Udon, and Chilaquiles.mp3

Gluten Time

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2021 11:43


Dr Nard & Dr Danzie again...! #mentalhealth #psychology #psychiatry #food #pancakes #udon #chilaquiles #dontgiveup #greatful #begrateful #decisions #stayfocused #consistency #rodeo #rodeodrive #mexican #tacobell #guzmanandgomez #chipotle