Nineteen-ninety-nine was a time of change in the music industry. Join us as we talk about what we thought were the musical high points of that year.
Join Pudding Guy Ken as he talks to new friend, Linzi Gray; Acting, podcasting–she can do it all! Take a listen and hear about some interesting perspectives!
This episode is part 10 of our journey through the history of comic book movies. Join us in the year 2004!
The Pudding Guys take a walk down memory lane and list our Top 10 movies from the 1980s!
Ever wonder what it’s like to be an actor in local theatre? Listen to our sit-down with Ben Tebbe, Director of Theatre (and Associate Professor) at Marian University of Indianapolis.
The Pudding Guys continue their stroll down memory lane with part 9 of our series on the history of Comic Book Movies. Was 2003 a good year for the genre? Listen and see!
Join the Pudding Guys and their good friend, Delvin Cox, from The Delvin Cox Experience, as we take a look at the newly released “Joker” movie. There’ a lot of ‘clowning around’ in this episode, but don’t wig out–We ‘nose’ what we’re doing!
We get a chance to sit down with a man whose sound is synonymous with the Hammond B-3, Grammy award winner, Billy Earheart!
It’s time to delve into the history of Comic Book Movies again! Today, we visit 2002 in part 8 of our series on this topic!
Richard and Ken engage in spirited debate over…Gary Oldman? Listen in as they contrast and compare their 5 personal favorite movies starring one of the great character actors of our age!
We have a fantastic conversation with a former Borg. Listen as he tells us about his assimilation into Hollywood and so much more! Come listen along as Ken talks with Manu Intiraymi.
Come along with us as we interview Malka Older, writer for “Orphan Black: The Next Chapter” (the sequel to the award-winning “Orphan Black” television series) now available on Serial Box.
The Pudding Guys get the chance to sit down with acclaimed author, Jody Lynn Nye! She known both for her solo work, and for collaborative work with other notable Science Fiction and Fantasy authors.
It’s the second half of our GenCon experience! Return with us to the halls of the Indianapolis Convention Center as Ken and Richard discuss the joys of the largest gaming convention here in the United States! Along the way, we get a chance to touch base with our good friend, David Wong, and the fabulous people at Flying Frog Productions.
We take a trip down memory lane with our guest Delvin Cox, from The Delvin Cox Experience podcast. Together we review one of our collective favorite movies from our youth–Transformers: The Movie!
Join the Pudding Guys as we take a stab at our top ten albums of the 2000s! How can we choose only ten? In the most cutthroat way possible! Did I say cutthroat? I meant silly and possibly random.
Ever been to a game convention? Listen as Ken and Richard discuss one of the largest in the world–GenCon! Learn what it’s like to walk the halls of the Indianapolis Convention Center with nearly 70,000 other gamers.
Listen to the conversation as Ken talks with Heather Antos, editor at Valiant Entertainment, known a creator of the character “Gwenpool!” This interview was conducted from his secret (somewhat echo-y) submarine lair, but the transmission from Heather comes through loud and clear.
This episode contains the second part of Ken’s adventure at the Origins Game Fair in Columbus, Ohio. Listen as he has a wonderful conversation with the folks from the Iello and WizKids game companies.
In the second part of our coverage for Indy PopCon, we get the opportunity to sit down with a fantastic comic artist, Stuart Sayger, who (at this time) is working on covers for the KISS comic for Dynamite Press.