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Podcast: 2000AD – …and now

March 3, 2007

Last night’s show is now available to download… (mp3 format, 27.2mb)

For more info, please visit the home of this episode at www.archive.com

In comics related news: Sparks are sure to fly when two divas of the US underground scene finally meet: Aline Kominsky Crumb will be talking about her dazzling, massive graphic memoir Need More Love with Melinda Gebbie, co-creator of Lost Girls, at the ICA on Sunday March 11th from 4pm, followed by a screening of the classic 1987 BBC Arena documentary The Confessions of Robert Crumb. An unmissable countercultural encounter! Book here…
The same day, previous I’m ready… guest, Paul Gravett’s profile/interview with Aline will appear in the Sunday Review Magazine of the Independent… Find more info at www.paulgravett.com

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Interesting interview.
Thanks…

eddie

March 3, 2007

Fascinating interview with Matt, strange that he doesn’t think online comics are the way forward then Rebellion goes out and busy Clickwheel!

John Freeman

March 20, 2007

3 notes

  1. Comics podcasts | Panel Borders and other podcasts reblogged this and added:

    […] Dickon Harris Ed Pinsent (Fast Fiction) Christian Quesnel (Le Studio coopératif Premières Lignes) Matt Smith (Editor: 2000 AD) Giovanni Spinella (Comic Creators Guild) Alex Spiro and Nick White (Nobrow Press) […]

  2. Panel Borders: 35 years of 2000AD – Words and letters at Resonance FM Podcasts reblogged this and added:

    […] Links: Offical 2000AD website Reviews of progs 1799 and 1800 on the Forbidden Planet International blog Pat Mills’ blog post on the origins of Judge Dredd Interview with Annie Parkhouse and fellow letterer Ellie DeVille Previous podcasts: Kev Hopgood and others discuss Aces Weekly, David Baillie and Kevin Eastman on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, DJ Food discussed working with Henry Flint on album covers, Steve Parkhouse on writing / drawing Sci-Fi comics, Totnes creators Jock, John Spelling and Dom Reardon on working for 2000AD, Pat Mills on the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic and Matt Smith on 2000AD’s 30th anniversary […]

  3. Panel Borders: 35 years of 2000AD – Words and letters | Panel Borders and other podcasts reblogged this and added:

    […] Links: Offical 2000AD website Reviews of progs 1799 and 1800 on the Forbidden Planet International blog Pat Mills’ blog post on the origins of Judge Dredd Interview with Annie Parkhouse and fellow letterer Ellie DeVille Previous podcasts: David Baillie and Kevin Eastman on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Steve Parkhouse on writing / drawing Sci-Fi comics, Pat Mills on the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic and Matt Smith on 2000AD’s 30th anniversary […]

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