In this episode, Brandon discusses what men can do to be allies to women and to help change the culture of sexism that sometimes runs rampant through the comic book scene. There is a need for men to engage in the discussion and become active listeners and take action when necessary.
Posted by Brandon Easton, 02/17/2014 08:33 AM
Brandon interviews YA author Lamar Giles about his upcoming novel FAKE ID from Harper Collins. Lamar discusses his influences, his inspirations, the number of times he re-wrote his query letters and the struggles with getting an African-American male lead character past the industry gatekeepers.
Posted by Brandon Easton, 01/17/2014 08:08 AM
Brandon Easton and Brandon Thomas discuss movies we loved and hated during the bloated summer of 2013. We get serious about geek expectations, the failures of screenwriting and what the future may hold for genre cinema in general. This two-hour juggernaut is well worth your time!!!
Posted by Brandon Easton, 09/12/2013 09:37 PM
Brandon discusses Ron Marz’s article regarding professionals accepting scripts at major conventions and dishes the dirt on the two rules of Hollywood: 1) No one gives a shit about you, 2) Everyone assumes you’re a liar. Give it a listen. It could make all the difference in your writing career.
Posted by Brandon Easton, 06/30/2013 12:42 AM
Brandon Easton wonders if geeks in the 21st century have become too spoiled and therefore ungrateful about all the wonderful movies, TV shows and books currently available? Have we lost the ability to enjoy anything?
Posted by Brandon Easton, 05/03/2013 04:02 AM
We welcome the illustrious former Milestone/DC Comics/Archaia Entertainment editor Joe Illidge to discuss the recent high-profile departures from DC Comics, the aborted plans to kill John Stewart, and the recent creative team announcement for Quantum & Woody. Not for the faint of heart!
Posted by Brandon Easton, 03/29/2013 02:34 AM