Nate Fakes? Only a cartoonist could be named that, right? VIDEO INTERVIEW

    Watch the exclusive Mr. Media interview with Nate Fakes by clicking on the video player above!Mr. Media is recorded live before a studio audience of wannabe cartoonists who all got rejected by newspaper syndicates for being unable to draw or write funny gags day after day after day after day… in the NEW... Continue Reading →

Bleeker: The Rechargeable Dog is a boy’s dream come true! VIDEO INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: Jonathan Mahood, daily cartoonist, "Bleeker: The Rechargeable Dog"     Mr. Media is recorded live before a studio audience of the most famous AI in America, including Robot from Lost in Space, Data from Star Trek: The Next Generation, Deep Blue from IBM and Al Gore from Current TV… in the NEW new... Continue Reading →

In The Comics, Brian Walker respects a serious business! PODCAST INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: Brian Walker, daily comics writer, "Beetle Bailey," "Hi & Lois," comics historian, The Comics   Mr. Media is recorded live before a studio audience of small-bodied talking animals with giant heads and more wisecracks than Don Rickles… in the new new media capitol of the world… St. Petersburg, Florida!   The Comics by... Continue Reading →

Rhymes With Orange? Hilary Price cracks up Mr. Media! PODCAST INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: Hilary Price, cartoonist, "Rhymes with Orange"   Things I learned about “Rhymes With Orange” syndicated cartoonist Hilary Price by reading her blog: • She wears a size 40 shoe—by Euro measures. • She went to Cuba with several cartoonists recently. The trip was organized by Jeannie Schulz, widow of “Peanuts” cartoonist Charles Schulz.... Continue Reading →

Biographer? Stalker? Seeking Calvin and Hobbes’ cartoonist! PODCAST INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: Nevin Martell, author, Looking for Calvin and Hobbes: The Unconventional Story of Bill Watterson and his Revolutionary Comic Strip   There are plenty of creative people whose work I love but you’ll never catch me pursuing an interview with them. Bruce Springsteen, for one. I like the idea of leaving a little mystery... Continue Reading →

In cartooning, Christopher Hart is Humongous, it’s true! PODCAST INTERVIEW

  When I was a little boy, it was common to see matchbook covers with ads saying things like “Learn to Draw!” The idea was that if you could draw the pokey little donkey, you, too, could one day become a famous and wealthy artist. (More people smoked back then, so matchbooks were everywhere. Not... Continue Reading →

Monte Schulz writes of Jordan, tells of cartoonist dad Schulz! PODCAST INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: Novelist Monte Schulz, author of This Side of Jordan, son of Peanuts cartoonist Charles Schulz. When his father wrote adult characters, they sounded like muffled trombones. When Monte Schulz writes grown up dialogue, there is no doubt that the words are not from the mouths of babes. To wit: Something blunt struck Alvin... Continue Reading →

‘Ziggy’ cartoonist Tom Wilson shares scenes from a heartbreaking life! PODCAST INTERVIEW

When I was a teenager—back during the Ford Administration, if you must know—a time when Peanuts was the best thing going in daily comic strips and years before The Far Side shook up the quiet world of single-panel strips, there was Ziggy. The roly-poly, philosophical mensch was widely quoted, appeared on a zillion greeting cards,... Continue Reading →

A Boy Named Curtis created by a cartoonist named Ray! PODCAST INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: Ray Billingsley, syndicated cartoonist, "Curtis"   There are a number of daily newspaper comic strips that we tend to take for granted. “Cathy,” by Cathy Guisewite, is one. Mort Walker’s “Beetle Bailey” and “Hi & Lois” are two more. And then there is my friend Ray Billingsley’s strip, “Curtis.” “Curtis” shares the adventures... Continue Reading →

Digital cartoonist Jonathan Rosenberg brings Goats to life! PODCAST INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: Jonathan Rosenberg, creator of the digital comic strip "Goats."   Jon Rosenberg, you had me at the gray-skinned alien who said, “On our planet, people worship pancakes.” That’s the point—it was page three, I believe—that I realized that Goats: Infinite Typewriters was spinning out of control and I loved it. This first print... Continue Reading →

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