In a extra-length discussion, Kara Dennison joins Ben & James to discuss live-action (and generally American) anime adaptions. Why is Ghost in the Shell a remake and a sequel? Why were any of the Avatar: The Last Airbender choices made?
M.H. Norris We were recording the podcast when our guest, David Annandale, talked about the value of an outline. He countered one of my primary objections, that an outline limits you and is constricting. He even went as far as to
Jon Black's Bel Nemeton Now Available from Amazon UNCOVERING MERLIN’S TOMB A globe-trotting quest for the treasures of the historical Merlin. From the Preditors and Editors Readers’ Poll Award-Winning Author Jon Black… Carvings have been unearthed in the Middle East. They bear impossible names--Arthur and
Get the first two Dead West for .99 cents Only on Amazon Dead West: West of Pale Six-guns, blazing hooves, and the horrors that stalk the night. Everyone brought something from the old country. Grandfather's watch, and grandmother's china; great-grandfather's folklore, and great-great-grandmother's fairy tales.
In the first part of a longer discussion, Josh Reynolds joins the gang to discuss The Royal Occultist in-depth. From the setting, to the characters, to his approach and research. We also cover the writing life, with a frank discussion
David Annandale joins MH and James to discuss his his career, Warhammer novels, writing for Black Library. They discuss his Cryptid Clash! novella Thunder of Madness at length, and surprise David with the news he won #2 Best Steampunk Novel
M.H. Norris Usually when you use the term pre-production, you are referring to a film project. Pre-Production is that magical time before a show/movie starts filming where you develop the show/movie. For the sake of the post, I’ll refer to a
Kara Dennison joins the gang for a delightful discussion of her Doctor Who fiction, her light novel paranormal romance series Owl's Flower, the Arthurian Legends (much to James' delight), anime & her Crunchyroll reporting (much to Ben's delight), and her