Written, produced and hosted by Joe Stuber, award-winning producer and lifelong comic book fan. In his guise as Stuberman, Joe has created the first podcast devoted exclusively to in-depth interviews with the legendary talents (actors, writers, producers, directors and more) who have brought comic book properties to life on TV, Broadway, film, video games, live events and beyond!
#388: Michael Rooker on Guardians of the Galaxy and The Suicide Squad!
Suicide Squad! Guardians of the Galaxy! The Walking Dead! Fast and Furious 9! Hollywood heavyweight Michael Rooker drops by to talk about some of his most iconic roles, working with James Gunn in the worlds of Marvel and DC, the return of Yondu in Marvel’s What If?, and whether or not he’d like to bring Yondu back in live action!Photo courtesy Michael RookerImages TM & copyright © Disney, Marvel, Warner Bros., DCMichael’s websiteTerrifiConSubscribe to Comic Book Central’s YouTube channel
#387: Land of the Lost special with the cast Wesley Eure, Kathy Coleman & Phillip Paley!
My guests are the stars of Land of the Lost, Wesley Eure (Will), Kathy Coleman (Holly), and Phillip Paley (Cha-Ka)! The cast rafts in and drops down into the Comic Book Central Lair to talk about the 70s Saturday morning sensation from Sid & Marty Krofft. And yes, there’s a sing-along!Photos courtesy Wesley Eure, Kathy Coleman, and Phillip PaleyImages TM & copyright © UniversalWesley’s websiteFollow the cast on social media:Wesley EureKathy ColemanPhillip PaleyBuy Kathy’s memoir Run, Holly, Run!TerrifiConSubscribe to Comic Book Central’s YouTube channel
#386: David Gerrold on Star Trek & Land of the Lost!
TerrifiCon Week continues with legendary Star Trek writer and creator of Land of the Lost, David Gerrold! David drops by to talk about the origin of his fascination with sci-fi, crafting the most memorable episode of Trek, tackling tales of Tarzan and Superboy, and developing the complex mythology for the 70s Saturday morning sensation, Land of the Lost!Photo courtesy David GerroldImages TM & copyright © CBS/Paramount, UniversalDavid’s websiteDavid’s Patreon pageTerrifiConSubscribe to Comic Book Central’s YouTube channel
#385: Mitch Hallock drops by to kick off TerrifiCon Week!
TerrifiCon Week begins with the main man behind Connecticut’s terrific comic con, Mitch Hallock! The King of the Nerds drops by to chat about his upcoming comics and pop culture extravaganza, the state of superhero movies and TV shows, and his latest media endeavor – Mitch & Ed’s Excellent Adventure!Mitch & Ed photo courtesy Ed DolistaTerrifiCon image TM & copyright © Big Fedora MarketingTerrifiConWatch Mitch & Ed’s Excellent AdventureSubscribe to Comic Book Central’s YouTube channelGoFundMe for J. W. Rinzler & family
#384: Eugenie Ross Leming and Robert Singer on writing and producing Lois & Clark!
Super talents Eugenie Ross Leming and Robert Singer, producers of Supernatural, drop by the Lair to talk about filming a finale during Covid, the 80s hit Scarecrow & Mrs. King (will we see a reboot?), the epic sci-fi tale V, and the superhero smash Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman! Oh, and what about that Lois & Clark cliffhanger ending?Photo courtesy Eugenie Ross LemingImage TM & copyright © Warner Bros.Stuff you heard on the show:TerrifiConSubscribe to Comic Book Central’s YouTube channel
#383: Jennifer Cheon Garcia from Van Helsing and Supergirl!
Actress, dancer, and martial artist Jennifer Cheon Garcia drops by the Lair this week to talk about her time in the Arrow-verse on shows like Arrow, The Flash, and Supergirl! PLUS, we’ll chat about her adventure in the Star Trek universe, and take a look back at her incredible run on the SyFy hit series Van Helsing!Photo courtesy Jennifer Cheon GarciaImages TM & copyright © SyFy, Warner Bros., DC ComicsFollow Jennifer on InstagramFollow Jennifer on TwitterStuff you heard on the show:TerrifiConSubscribe to Comic Book Central’s YouTube channelCapedWonder Superman Imagery
At the Ripe old age of 52 I have become a fan of comics again. The interviews I have heard on this podcast have taken me back to my early years. I feel like I am getting to appreciate the people behind the scenes that I didn’t even know we’re creating my childhood memories. Thank you does not seem adequate, but it will have to do for now. Thank You!!!
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Comic Book Central is a very well produced show that impresses with a knowledgable host, a broad variety of genre properties covered, and most importantly, interesting interviews with performers and creators who you'd sometimes be hard pressed to find elsewhere. Quality work and worth your time.
I always find something to listen to with this podcast. If you're fan of the comics/pop culture genres, you will too! Great guests!