Camille and Kennerly are known world wide as the Harp Twins. This musical duo creates melodic harp based covers of classic rock, fantasy, and metal songs. I sat down with them after the Grand Rapids Comic Con to talk about………….music. We discuss their love for metal, their emerging creation of original songs, their newly created fantasy comic book, and a whole lot more. Enjoy this conversation with the super cool Harp Twins.
Derek Padula is world renown scholar on the Dragon Ball series. This author created nine books on the culture, history and impact of Dragon Ball. Of course, we dive into what his books are about. Plus, we discuss what anime series that he enjoys, metal, video game soundtracks, kung fu, and a whole lot more. Check out this interview to learn more about this fascinating dude and how Dragon Ball inspires his journey of creativity.
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The Amazing Flec is a contact juggler, tight rope walker, devil stick performer, and all around Renaissance man. I sit down with the talented performer to discuss his origin, the Devil’s Tightrope, comedic influences, the Flaming Lips, anime, and other cool things. Enjoy this interview with a hidden gem in the performance community.
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The Rogue Blades are a comedic trio that graces the stage with sword combat and hilarious comedy. I sit down with Dave the Knave and Sir James. We talk about the show’s memorable moments, comedic influences, the Rogue Blade books, their Renaissance Guys podcast, and a slew of other things.
Mega Ran is one of the most prolific rappers in the realm of chip hop. Let’s not forget to mention that he is a record holder in the Guinness Book of Records too. I talk with the teacher, rapper, hero about a myriad of topics. We dive into anime, comic books, pro wrestling, the Nerdy People of Color Collective, and the upcoming collaborative Lit Hop album with MC Lars. Rock this in the background, folks. It’s a great interview.
Drunk on Comics is a weekly podcast that focuses on comics. I talk with the co-founder Tony McKay about comics, comics, and more comics. Plus, we talk about the podcast, favorite guests, con families, and a whole lot more in this very fun conversation. Put this on in the background like a……..podcast.
The acoustic GODS of awesome video game covers, the Super Guitar Bros, are back to talk with me again. We go in depth with Steve and Sam about musical influences, their latest albums, collaborations with Ninja Sex Party, anime, video game soundtracks, thrash metal, Sam’s Patreon channel, and Steve’s upcoming solo project. I wanted to top the previous interview and I succeeded because this interview blew the last one out of the water. If you are a fan of these two, please put this on in the background because it a great conversation.
Micah Solusod’s voice is featured in series such as Soul Eater (Soul Evans), Black Clover (Yuno), and Blood Blockade Battlefront (Black). On top of his awesome voice acting, he is an exceptional artist. We talk about the really cool series Blood Blockade Battlefront and his web series Ties that Bind. We also dive into manga artists that we like, concerts that we’ve been to, music that had an affect on us, and a whole lot more. Check out this interview that was a pleasure to conduct.
Traditional Geek can be found at numerous conventions throughout Michigan. I spoke with Katie and David about their awesome anime based pyrography, book binding, and etched glass artwork. Plus, a weird interruption occurred during the interview. Feel free to check out this interview to see a few examples of their slick art and wares.
I welcomed, actor, Todd Haberkorn back for another round of questions. We dive into his upcoming album, dream collaboration, self directed film projects, a terrible N64 game, underrated videogames, Aggretsko, and plenty more. If you want to learn more about this cool actor (without having to listen to the same old questions), feel free to check this interview out.