Podcast: The Round Table, Episode 04-02

The Round TableMick Bradley and Julia Sullivan went AWOL recently, leaving Chris Miller and I to record the latest episode of The Round Table. Undaunted, we interviewed Tee Morris, co-author (with Lisa Lee) of MOREVI: The Chronicles of Rafe and Askana, co-author (with Evo Terra) of Podcasting for Dummies, author of Billibub Baddings and The Case of the Singing Sword and host of The Survival Guide to Writing Fantasy podcast.

Chris and I also had a discussion about Marvel Comics’ Civil War crossover series and the death of my favorite super hero, Captain America.

Mick will be back for the next episode, but Julia will likely be absent for much of Season Four as she carves a bloody swath of carnage and destruction across northeast Ohio. In the meantime, give The Round Table a listen, won’t you? For the children?

4 thoughts on “Podcast: The Round Table, Episode 04-02”

  1. You guys did a great job, KJ.

    Thanks, P.G. We always have a lot of fun with the show, but we do sometimes get a little nervous that our idea of an interesting topic might not appeal to our audience.

  2. I’m more than a little upset with the Marvel writer-crowd. Even the venerable Chris Claremont has tweaked my mood of late…

    Nocturne is a character from a potential future where Nightcrawler and the Scarlet Witch are married with children(tm). She blue, got the Wagner tail, and has psychic powas in abundance.

    In the last issue of Excalibur, Claremont gave her a stroke.

    Not during a super-battle to save the multiverse.

    Not while fighting evil the likes of which the world couldn’t survive.

    He gave her a stroke while she was enjoying a little time off and listening to her iPod.

    Paralysed, and suffering from aphagia and memory issues, this really interesting character is now out of the game (so to speak).

    I shake my fist at you, Marvel writers!!!

    *Gerall shakes his fist!*

  3. I’m more than a little upset with the Marvel writer-crowd. Even the venerable Chris Claremont has tweaked my mood of late…

    Nocturne is a character from a potential future where Nightcrawler and the Scarlet Witch are married with children(tm). She blue, got the Wagner tail, and has psychic powas in abundance.

    In the last issue of Excalibur, Claremont gave her a stroke.

    Not during a super-battle to save the multiverse.

    Not while fighting evil the likes of which the world couldn’t survive.

    He gave her a stroke while she was enjoying a little time off and listening to her iPod.

    Paralysed, and suffering from aphagia and memory issues, this really interesting character is now out of the game (so to speak).

    I shake my fist at you, Marvel writers!!!

    *Gerall shakes his fist!*

    Holy crow, Marvel writers, what’s with all the “going out with a whimper” crap? Jeez!

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