The Pudding Guys welcome back friend of the show and independent comic book creator, Jon Parrish! We catch up with his journey of the last 4 years that has led to the publishing of Mega Centurions! Great stuff from an excellent storyteller!
In this episode we get the exciting opportunity to sit down with international actor/writer/producer Paul Sidhu! Not only do we get to learn a little about his unique road into the industry, but we also learn about his new project Repeater!
It’s been quite a year folks. In this episode your hosts will talk about what they think some of the high points were in cinema and some of the excellent people we have talked to. We will also cover some of the unfortunate losses of some truly talented individuals.
Actor Erik Fellows returns to the show to fill us in on what’s been happening the last couple of years and to talk about his new film Divorce Bait!
Ken and Richard tackle the years of 1968-1969 in the history of comics in TV! There are some real gems in this episode, so don’t be a Jughead and take a listen!
Ken and Richard review the final MCU offering of the year, Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special! We will give some reactions but we are sticking to our Gunns…. Hopefully that will save our Bacon… (Who doesn’t love some end of year puns?)
Ken and Richard dedicate some time to talking about their appreciation for the talent and just general quality of human being that was Kevin Conroy. Come reminisce and raise a glass to the man that was and will always be Batman!
Ken and Richard return with the next installment talking about TV shows based on comic strips and comic books! The years are 1966-1967 and the results are far out!
Ken and Richard travel back to the amazing land of Wakanda via the slightly sticky seats of their closest AMC theatre! How does the sequel stack up to the original? How does it fit into the current MCU? How does Ironheart fit into all of this? Listen and find out!
Ken and Richard dive into their favorite 5 films based on Marvel properties to date as they prepare for the release of Black Panther 2! Do their picks match the reviews on the website or do they deviate? Listen and find out!
It is time for the Rock to make his presence felt in the DCEU in the new film Black Adam and more specifically, it is time for the Pudding Guys to pass judgement upon this newest installment! Or at the very least crack some jokes and decide how much we liked it. Come join us! The atmosphere is absolutely electric with anticipation!
In this episode, Ken sits down with one of the great voice actors in the industry today, Sumalee Montano! Whether you are a fan of animated shows or video games you have likely heard this talented woman’s voice. Not only that, but she has been featured in numerous live action shows and movies like ‘Star Trek: Picard’, ‘Critical Role’, ‘The Lost Symbol’ and ‘This is Us’! We also get the low down on her new film ‘The Deal’ which is on Roku right now!
Ken and Richard dip their toes into the 1960s for some fantastic and fun examples of shows based on comics!
Ken and Richard fetch their newest movie review of the film DC League of Super-Pets! Is this movie good enough to be like the belly rubbings we all love or is it more like the slobbery chew toy we don’t want to directly touch? Tune in and find out!
The voice of an Avatar drops by to talk with the Pudding Guys! Actress Janet Varney stops by and graces us with some of her time and some stories from behind the scenes of many of her shows and movies over the years of course including The Legend of Korra!
In this bisected episode, your intrepid hosts each review an exciting movie! First, Ken tackles Thor: Love and Thunder and then Richard reviews No Time to Die. Spies and Hammers and Goats, oh my!
We continue our journey through the history of the intersection of comic strips/comic books and television! In the mid to late 1950s there are some absolutely fun shows!
In this episode we begin our amazing journey through the history of the intersection of comic strips/comic books and television! There are so many gems to uncover and talk about, come celebrate the wonders with us!
This episode features an interview with an actor who has a scintillating personality and plenty of charisma that comes straight through the screen when seeing him in productions like The Vampire Diaries or Luke Cage! Jaiden Kaine graces us with his presence and shares some fantastic stories from his life as an accomplished actor!
In this next exciting installment of our long running series of ‘Please Listen to Us Talk to Cool People,’ we speak with D.P. Brown about his new comic book project ‘The Theme of Thieves’! This is a great chance to learn about an independent creator and then check out his story!