Mon, 27 March 2017
Pix: Too Super For School by Gregg Schigiel
Writer, artist, podcaster, social media maven, and all around good guy, Gregg Schigiel returns to the show to give us more details about his new graphic novel Pix: Too Super For School coming out May 3, 2017 from Image comics and available for pre-order right now (tell your local comic shop it is Diamond Item MAR170830). This is the second in a series of graphic novels featuring Pix. Listen to Gregg's previous appearances on the show on episodes 54 and 156 (and a special one on episode 100) in our archives on iTunes and www.georgeandtony.libsyn.com. How about this for a treat...you can read the first chapter for free right now at www.pixcomic.com. Get all the latest about Gregg's books, podcasts, and convention appearances at www.hatterentertainment.com.
George and Gregg also talk about the late, great Chuck Barris, the anti-mushroom demographic, Noun-vember, Decem-bear, Anne of Green Gables, and Bear v Monkey. How can you go wrong? You can share the fun by putting links to the show on your social media pages and by leaving some positive reviews on iTunes. We appreciate you riding the podcast train with us. All aboard!
Sun, 19 March 2017
The Search For Spirk...and Gonzaga
After his successful stint subbing for Tony on episode 155 (and also way back on episode 98), Eric from the Longbox Review podcast (www.longboxreview.com) returns to talk to George about their favorite topic...the NCAA basketball tournament. How are your brackets doing? Oh, yeah, they also talk about another interest they share...comic books. Beware Gonzaga the Gargantuan!!!
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Check our archives for Eric's previous appearances on the show.
Mon, 13 March 2017
Is That A Joy-Con In Your Pocket?
Adam Sharrock from The Gaming Marathon, another great show on The RELM Network, fills in for Tony this week to talk about being evacuated from his home during the Oroville Dam spillway erosion event a couple of weeks ago. He also tells George about the new Nintendo Switch and his favorite video game of 2016 (and a strong contender for 2017 already). Plus, Adam got married since the last time he was on the show (episode 143; check our archives on iTunes if you haven't listened yet).
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Sun, 5 March 2017
Lemonheads and Mike and Ikes
You've heard the rest, now hear the best...then listen to us! George is joined by our resident film critic, Bryan Loy, to review the Oscar telecast from last week. It is worth the wait because it was voted best Academy Award related podcast of 2017. Wait...what do you mean we opened the wrong envelope? Damn you, PricewaterhouseCoopers!!!
Bryan is a frequent guest on www.epicfilmguys.podbean.com and he co-hosts their sister show called B-Sides. Check out Bryan's last two appearances on our show to complete the trilogy of discussions of the films of 2016. They are episodes 144 and 157 available in our archives on iTunes and www.georgeandtony.com.
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Sun, 26 February 2017
Gallifrey One 2017
Rob Shade, the man who designed the logo for Buzz Burbank News and Comment (another great show on the RELM Network), returns to fill in for Tony so he can tell George about his adventures at Gallifrey One, the 29th Annual North American Doctor Who celebration. His awkward encounters with Naoko Mori are worth the price of admission but he doesn't stop there as he shares stories about panels, meeting John Hurt last year, and schools George on Blake's 7 and The Thick Of it. It's a lot of British pop culture thrown into one episode. Plus, George checks out the Alex Ross exhibit at the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia. And, of course, Rob rants.
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Sun, 19 February 2017
Comics Are Like What, Now?
George is joined by Kristina Moorhead and Kristen Unger of Comic Logic in Ashburn, VA. Check them out at www.comiclogicva.com. Kristina and Kristen give some more insight about the retail side of comics and graphic novels, give us some recommendations, tell us about their prized possessions, and...hula hooping?
As heard on the show, you can find Kristina's creations on etsy.com/shop/zombisaur; you can find out more about NOVA Con, coming to the Ritz-Carlton in Tysons Corner, VA the last weekend in July, at www.novacomic-con.com; and you can learn more about the photographic and videographic services offered at www.ImageQuality1.com by checking their website.
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Mon, 13 February 2017
The Bane Of My Existence
After her successful debut on episode 153, George's wife Connie makes her triumphant return to fill in as guest hostess with the mostest. Connie and George reveal how little they know about this year's Grammy nominees. Then, in the romantic spirit of Valentine's Day, George reveals how he fell for Connie after literally seeing her across a crowded room. They share some stories about their eventual honeymoon, including the tale of the bane of George's existence.
Sun, 5 February 2017
The Theme Versus The Thrill
Someone told us there was a super game of some significance that went into overtime and bowled everyone over but we won't be discussing that on this episode.
Rob Shade, the man who designed the logo for Buzz Burbank News and Comment found along with us at www.relmnetwork.com, returns to fill in for Tony to discuss wedding planning, the theme park trifecta of the west coast, Weapon Brown, and Mary Tyler Moore. Plus, Rob rants!
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Sun, 29 January 2017
Film critic Bryan Loy returns to fill in for Tony and talk about the Oscar nominations, his favorite films of 2016, and those that disappointed. Do you agree with Bryan's opinions? Maybe you loved the movie that he despised the most. Let us know your picks, however obscure, on The George and Tony Entertainment page on Facebook. And don't forget to leave us a positive five-star review on iTunes. We appreciate it.
Bryan is a frequent guest on www.epicfilmguys.podbean.com and he co-hosts their sister show called B-Sides. If you want to hear Bryan's last appearance on our show, check out episode 144 in our archives on iTunes and www.georgeandtony.com.
Sun, 22 January 2017
Tony is still on hiatus so this week George is joined by his friend Rob Oster, copy editor at www.digitaltrends.com. Rob and the DT Team were at The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas earlier this month and Rob gives us a behind the scenes look at the latest in technology.
But first, Gregg Schigiel returns to the show (check out his first appearance on episode 54 in our archives on iTunes and www.georgeandtony.com) to give us the inside scoop on the upcoming, long awaited second volume of Pix: One Weirdest Weekend called Pix: Too Super For School. All the information and updates can be found at www.HatterEntertainment.com.
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