TalkCast 257 – Ramon Gil

Ramon Gil talks to us about his series Scifi’s. He runs a graphic design company by day and is an aspiring comic book creator by night, having self published two issues of his own anthology Scifies and having contributed comics work to Vortex Comics, San Diego Comic Con, TV Times, Indie Comics Magazine and Stache Publishing’s Out of the Blue anthology and Aporkalypse.


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TalkCast 256 – Anatole Ashraf of ComicsVerse


Anatole is a eloquent comic book  fan, and a recent graduate from Columbia University’s School of General Studies, as a double major in English and Evolutionary Biology of the Human Species, so it only makes sense, he would end up here. He is also a musician and a journalist. We talk about all the wonderful things in the “ComicsVerse Universe”e and what makes it such a special podcast… and our new rival.




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TalkCast 255 – Jeremy Whitley Returns



Our returning guest tonight is Jeremy Whitley from Action Lab Comics. We talk about the relaunch of his wonderful Princeless comic series, which is a favorite of ours here. We also discuss his recent KickStarter, Illegal with Heather Nunnelly and the “pitfalls” of a successful crowdfunding event.

*Technical Note: Kriana apologizes for the lateness of this post. The SFSN servers are currently infected with Klingon blood worms. Hope to have the situation resolved soon.*


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TalkCast 254 – Phone Hugs and Therapy



Tonight’s guests are George and Griffin, two lovely friends of the show who, along with Wes Toma, are here to tell us all about their new podcast, Phone Hugs and Therapy. I can’t describe it any better than this blurb from their Facebook page:

A fictional psychiatrist gives real advice to fictional callers from real media.

So if you’ve ever wondered what your favorite characters would call an advice show to solve, or how a fake psychiatrist would solve their problems, listen in!


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TalkCast 253 – Chris Philbrook

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Wow look FOUR news pieces about how much Sir Sarah loves Hayley Atwell:

Netflix Is Making “A Series of Unfortunate Events” TV Show

Ridley Scott Producing Arthur C. Clarke’s 3001: THE FINAL ODYSSEY as Syfy Miniseries

Our Interesting Weekend


Our guest tonight is author Chris Philbrook, who’s here to talk about his series Adrian’s Undead Diary. He’s actually the author of three different series, which range between post-apocolyptic horror, epic dark fantasy, and urban fantasy AND he’s a gamer AND he’s got blogs AND a bunch of other things.  We also have an in-depth discussion about the awesomeness that is Tracy Hickman, and the awfulness that is the Green Line.  If you’re interested, you can check out a free sample of Chris’s work.


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TalkCast 252 – Miltos Yerolemou and Josh Dahl

Tonight we buck convention and start with a guest! Miltos Yerolemou, who plays Serio Forel on Game of Thrones, joins us to talk about his role on the show, the con circuit, and even to tell us that he can’t tell us anything about his role in Star Wars Episode VII!

Then we moved to the News:

And we end our evening talking to Josh Dahl, the creator of Rapid City Below Zero: A good comic about bad guys. We talk about the concept behind the comic, the ways collaborations are like romantic relationships, and Operation Ivy.



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Granite State Comic Con Wrap Up 2014


Double Midnight’s own Chris and Dome take a moment of exhaustion as the 2014 event winds down.

Dome Talks to Richard Horvitz at Granite Con ’14


He’s The voice of Daggett, ZIM, Alpha 5 and many many more. He talks about his voice role as Kaos in SKYLANDERS.

GraniteCon 2014 – The Underground Legion: Repurposed Coolness


Todd and Adam Zingales brings something unique to the Con. Listen as he describes how these amazing custom creations are made. Find them at:…

Whats Is (Are?) Squid Farts And Why Is Amy smiling?


A moment to admire the work of Amy Gamache At GraniteCon 2014.

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