07th Sep2015

Episode 147 – In Conversation with Rachael Stott & Jessica Martin!

by Chris Thompson

With Rachael Stott & Jessica Martin …
 
On this episode, I go to the pub with rising star Rachael Stott (Star Trek, Doctor Who) to discuss how she broke in, the art of portfolio reviews, learning on the job, and the path her career has taken in the short time since.
 
Then, as an extra bonus, the second-half of the episode casts a spotlight on writer/artist Jessica Martin (It Girl, Vivacity) as she provides a walkthrough of her Elsie exhibition currently on display in the Orbital Gallery.
 
To get in touch, send feedback or submit projects for consideration, please email reviews@popculturehound.com. And if you missed last week’s episode (or any others) you can find them right here or subscribe via iTunes.
 
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Orbital Comics’ website: www.orbitalcomics.com
 
Rachael Stott’s Twitter: @RachaelAtWork
Rachael Stott’s Tumblr: rachaelstott.tumblr.com
 
Jessica Martin’s Twitter: @jessica7martin
Jessica Martin’s website: officialjessicamartin.com/blog
Copyright © Chris Thompson 2015

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19th Aug2015

Episode 144 – Doctor Who Comics Day Discussion Panel!

by Chris Thompson

With the Doctor Who writers …
 
Hello and welcome to Orbital In Conversation – the podcast of Orbital Comics in central London! We’re very excited to join the team at Multiversity Comics as not only are they an excellent group of people, but they share a similar level of taste and sensibility … It’s going to be a good fit. For these first two weeks we’ll be double-shipping episodes, so you can get a bit of a feel for us.
 
On this episode, I host a live discussion panel at Orbital Comics to celebrate Doctor Who Comics Day, featuring a number of creators behind Titan Comics’ Doctor Who line. It all starts with writers Paul Cornell, Al Ewing, Rob Williams & Nick Abadzis; and continues with artists Rachael Stott & Brian Williamson, alongside group editor Andrew James.
 
To get in touch, send feedback or submit projects for consideration, please email chris@orbitalcomics.com. And if you missed last week’s episode (or any others) you can find them right here or subscribe via iTunes. You can also support the Orbital in Conversation podcast by clicking here to make a donation or pressing the DONATE button below. Your contributions are greatly appreciated and will help us maintain the site, get new equipment, and encourage us to keep going on those cold lonely nights.




 
Chris Thompson’s Twitter: @popculturehound
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Orbital Comics’ Twitter: @orbitalcomics
Orbital Comics’ website: www.orbitalcomics.com
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30th Jul2013

Episode 49.5 – SDCC 2013: Dave Elliott, Brian Winkeler & more!

by Chris Thompson

With Dave Elliott, Brian Winkeler, Impractical Jokers & Steve Sievers …
 
The San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) specials continue with Episode 49.5! As with the previous show, this stuff is raw and unedited with a lot of ambient noise – but it’s a great way to sample the flavour and character of SDCC. This time around I catch up with old podcast friend and A1 creator Dave Elliott to discuss what’s new. We find out what he’s been happening since we last spoke and how things have evolved for this new incarnation of A1.
 
From there I chat with new podcast friend Brian Winkeler about his work on Knuckleheads for Monkeybrains Comics. We discuss his background in advertising and how that led to comic projects such as Knuckleheads and Bastard Road. Like my interview with The Three One Five (315) we caught up in the pub, so you can expect an eclectic soundtrack in the background.
 
Of course, as people like to complain, Comic-Con isn’t just about comics anymore – so I decided to include a few other interviews I did around the show. One of the things being plugged this year was Tru TV’s Impractical Jokers, so I chatted with stars James Murray and Brian Quinn. I also went to the Animation Under The Sea party where I spoke with Supa Pirate Booty Hunt‘s Steve Sievers and other luminaries from the world of animation.
 
To get in touch, send feedback or submit projects for consideration, please email reviews@popculturehound.com. And if you missed last week’s episode (or any others) you can find them right here or subscribe via iTunes. You can also support the Pop Culture Hound podcast by clicking here to make a donation or pressing the DONATE button below. Your contributions are greatly appreciated and will help us maintain the site, get new equipment, and encourage us to keep going on those cold lonely nights.





 
Chris Thompson’s Twitter: @popculturehound
Orbital Comics’ website: www.orbitalcomics.com
 
Dave Elliott’s Twitter: @DeevElliott
Dave Elliott’s deviantART page: deevelliott.deviantart.com
 
Brian Winkeler’s Twitter: @brianwinkeler
Knuckleheads on comiXology: www.comixology.com/Knuckleheads/comics-series/10340
 
Impractical Jokers’ Twitter: @truTVjokers
James ‘Murr’ Murray’s Twitter: @jamessmurray
Brian ‘Q’ Quinn’s Twitter: @BQQuinn
The Tenderloins’ website: www.thetenderloins.com
 
Steve Sievers’ Twitter: @SteveSievers
Supa Pirate Booty Hunt’s Twitter: @SPBHanimation
Supa Pirate Booty Hunt’s website: www.supapiratebootyhunt.com