Today’s podcast is about pigeonholing, categorizing, classifying--- of putting labels on things. This is the podcast where Seanorama explains when he was trying to find a home for the podcast, he got stuck on how to label the podcast. As per usual, this sparks his thoughts on a subject and he recalls how his whole life he’s been unable to find the right label to place on himself. “What kind of book are you writing?” “What kind of music do you play?” “What kind of podcast is it?” Join the Seanorama as he explores labels, and discovers the Lost Art of Variety.
Seanorama delves into classic comic book runs and what is it that really makes them special. Is it the length of time, the creative team, and will there ever be another classic run in today’s modern era of comic books?
Also, how do you follow Seanorama? Are you on the Instagram, Facebook, Soundcloud, Reverbnation, Podbean or Podomatic pages? Help Seanorama decide on how to build a home base for everything and where to build it.
Seanorama spend the morning with fellow Geek Corey Toews (yes, that Geek, check out Meet the Geeks here: https://meetthegeeks.blogspot.ca/ and over here http://mtgcomic.thecomicseries.com/), and there conversation went nowhere. Being a dad and being a geek--- yeah these two are struggling. Seanorama discusses the struggles of being a dad, and being a brother to fellow Geek and questions his ability to geek out.
Where Seanorama talks about Meet The Geeks, talks about theonce famous strip and it’s return and full kudos to the original crew: hepublicly apologizes to Mattgeek; praises Clay’s role; diminishes his owninvolvement; and talks about the genius of Mr Toews.
Dr Strange weekend! Why is this movie important? Well it isfor far more reasons than you might think. Seanorama delves into the importanceof Dr Strange (the comic) to modern cinema, Christopher Nolan’s Inception, andthe stunning genius of Steve Ditko.
And finally Seanorama pimps Nanowrimo – National NovelWriting Month. What is it, and how can it help you become a novelist.