Genuine Chit-Chat

GENUINE CHIT-CHAT  |  Podcast , ±1 hr 03 min episodes every 6 days  | 
A weekly podcast hosted by Mike Burton - "Honest Conversations With Interesting People". Every podcast is about something different with a different guest, ranging from musicians to travellers, to those suffering with mental illnesses, talking about movies, sex, hobbies, morals, politics and much more! Mike & his friend Josh also do a mini-series called "Science, But Simple" where they explain everyday science in an easy-to-digest manner, these episodes are released every few months so be sure to check those out too!

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01
AUG
2021

#132 Pt 2 – Do People Know What They Need?: The Human Shadow, Method Acting & The Second Half Of Life With Tom Everatt

Actor Tom Everatt returns for the second half of the two-part conversation with Mike to discuss stagecraft, method acting, being a person and so much more!



This week, in part 2, Tom & Mike discuss what method acting is, that people don’t know what they need, psychopaths, human choice, fulfillment, the “human shadow”, free will & determinism, life experiences, learning from mistakes, hazy memories and so much more!



Tom’s first appearance was on episode 124 of GCC where he spoke about acting, being a tour guide, free will & determinism and so much more, so be sure you check that episode out if you haven’t already!



Tom’s Instagram: @Taeveratt  - Festival Players Site: http://thefestivalplayers.co.uk/ - Golden Age Theatre Company Site: https://goldenagetheatre.com/



Last week, in part 1 of their chat, Tom started by explaining what stagecraft & upstaging is, the many ways in how acting on stage is different from on-screen acting and his upcoming role as Henry The Fifth in the Shakespearean play of the same name, which then follows onto why Tom enjoys Shakespeare which includes an explanation on iambic pentameter, Shakespeare’s influence on language and more, so check that out if you haven’t already!



Last episode, number 131 of GCC, Mike spoke with Chris Braaten of the I Like To Like Things podcast, talking about the varieties of American & English culture, and Chris & Mike’s mutual love of different foods, before talking about how fatherhood, what it is to truly “be a man”, vulnerability & crying, admitting when you’re wrong, the different approaches to parenting from older generations, Chris’ weight loss journey, the importance of pockets and so much more!



Intro & outro reads by BZ The Voice



Check out Mike’s Patreon, where he releases 1 or 2 episodes of his “Afterthoughts” a week (with 3 episodes now *FREE* to anyone: season 1 of The Witcher, The Phantom Menace & Spider-Man 3!), plus there are unsplit full-length episodes of GCC (like this one), additional photos (including early access to photos of comics for this very show) and more, so if you want to support the show and get more content, check it out at http://patreon.com/genuinechitchat



Mike & Tony Farina continue their Mark Russell journey by discussing his run of Flintstones comics on Indie Comics Spotlight: https://spoti.fi/3idkXqr



Mike appeared on Star Wars Timeline’s Timecast, talking about the different SW trilogies, found here: https://youtu.be/W03gonK4rtw



Mike spoke about the New ...
25
JUL
2021

#132 Pt 1 – What Is Stagecraft & Upstaging?: Acting Etiquette, Henry V & A Passion For Shakespeare With Tom Everatt

Actor Tom Everatt returns for another two-part conversation with Mike to discuss stagecraft, method acting, being a person and so much more!



In more detail, this week in part 1 of their chat, Tom starts by explaining what stagecraft & upstaging is, the many ways in how acting on stage is different from on-screen acting and his upcoming role as Henry The Fifth in the Shakespearean play of the same name, which then follows onto why Tom enjoys Shakespeare which includes an explanation on iambic pentameter, Shakespeare’s influence on language and more!



Tom’s first appearance was on episode 124 of GCC where he spoke about acting, being a tour guide, free will & determinism and so much more, so be sure you check that episode out if you haven’t already!



Tom’s Instagram: @Taeveratt  - Festival Players Site: http://thefestivalplayers.co.uk/ - Golden Age Theatre Company Site: https://goldenagetheatre.com/



Next week, in part 2 (which all Patreons already have access to), Tom & Mike discuss what method acting is, that people don’t know what they need, psychopaths, human choice, fulfilment, the “human shadow”, free will & determinism, life experiences, learning from mistakes, hazy memories and so much more, so be sure to tune in next week (or become a supporter on Patreon)!



Last episode, number 131 of GCC, Mike spoke with Chris Braaten of the I Like To Like Things podcast, talking about the varieties of American & English culture, and Chris & Mike’s mutual love of different foods, before talking about how fatherhood, what it is to truly “be a man”, vulnerability & crying, admitting when you’re wrong, the different approaches to parenting from older generations, Chris’ weight loss journey, the importance of pockets and so much more!



Promo by American Slacker - Intro & outro reads by BZ The Voice



Check out Mike’s Patreon, where he releases 1 or 2 episodes of his “Afterthoughts” a week (with 3 episodes now *FREE* to anyone: season 1 of The Witcher, The Phantom Menace & Spider-Man 3!), plus there are unsplit full-length episodes of GCC (like this one), additional photos (including early access to photos of comics for this very show) and more, so if you want to support the show and get more content, check it out at http://patreon.com/genuinechitchat
If you just want to hear M&M’s talk about Spider-Man 3, check it out here for free: http://bit.ly/Spiderman3AT!



Mike spoke about the New 52 Batman comic ...
18
JUL
2021

#131 Pt 2 – “All We Can Do Is Be Better”: Being Vulnerable, Parenthood & Acknowledging Your Own Faults Chris Braaten

Chris Braaten of the I Like To Like Things podcast returns as this week’s guest; him & Mike continue their discussion on positivity, the best kind of “modern man”, family, vulnerablility and other positivity-orientated topics!



This week, in part 2, Mike & Chris’s conversation on being a “modern man” continues by discussing vulnerability & crying, admitting when you’re wrong, trying to ensure your children are “better” than you, the different approaches to parenting from older generations, how empathy is key, how small positive actions can greatly impact someone’s life and their conversation ends with Chris talking about his weight loss journey and the importance of pockets!



Last week, in part 1 of their chat, Chris talks about how he became a podcaster, the varieties of American & English culture, and Chris & Mike’s mutual love of different foods (like Mexican & Indian). Chris then recalls a story on how he learned to cook due to his dog, before talking about how fatherhood and being a husband changed him - part 1 ends with Mike & Chris talking about what it is to truly “be a man”.



I Like To Like Things social media: Facebook Group – Twitter & Instagram: @Like2LikeThings



Check out Mike’s appearance on the recent episode of the I Like To Like Things podcast, talking about his favourite TV show; Sherlock! https://spoti.fi/3xtlBoJ



If you want to hear about Mike & his brother talking about his late father, check episode 24 here: https://spoti.fi/3qnGoHU



Last episode, number 130 of GCC, BZ The Voice & Steve J Ray return for a discussion on BZ’s Green Lantern movie; In Brightest Day Off before discussing the sequel; In Blackest Night Out, they then talk about how superheroes are never shown to have time off, BZ’s upcoming Avengers & Star Wars projects, people’s reactions to his first GL movie, BZ’s time in the industry, the connections he’s made and so much more!



Check out Mike’s Patreon, where he releases 1 or 2 episodes of his “Afterthoughts” a week (with 3 episodes now *FREE* to anyone: season 1 of The Witcher, The Phantom Menace & Spider-Man 3!), plus there are unsplit full-length episodes of GCC (like this one), additional photos (including early access to photos of comics for this very show) and more, so if you want to support the show and get more content, check it out at http://patreon.com/genuinechitchat
If you just want to hear ...
11
JUL
2021

#131 Pt 1 – The Best Kind Of Modern Man: Food-Love, Appreciating Culture & The I Like To Like Things Podcast With Chris Braaten

Chris Braaten of the I Like To Like Things podcast is this weeks guest; him & Mike discuss positivity, the best kind of “modern man”, food, family and other positivity-orientated topics!



In part 1 of their chat, they discuss how Chris became a podcaster, the varieties of American & English culture, and Chris & Mike’s mutual love of different foods (like Mexican & Indian). Chris then recalls a story on how he learned to cook due to his dog, before talking about how fatherhood and being a husband changed him - this part ends with Mike & Chris talking about what it is to truly “be a man”.



Part 2 will be out next week (all Patreons already have access and you can too for only £1 a month) where Mike & Chris’s conversation on being a “modern man” continues by discussing vulnerability & crying, admitting when you’re wrong, trying to ensure your children are “better” than you, the different approaches to parenting from older generations, how empathy is key, how small positive actions can greatly impact someone’s life and their conversation ends with Chris talking about his weight loss journey and the importance of pockets so stay tuned or head over to http://Patreon.com/GenuineChitChat for the next bout of positivity!



I Like To Like Things social media: Facebook Group – Twitter & Instagram: @Like2LikeThings



Check out Mike’s appearance on the recent episode of the I Like To Like Things podcast, talking about his favourite TV show; Sherlock! https://spoti.fi/3xtlBoJ



If you want to hear about Mike & his brother talking about his late father, check episode 24 here: https://spoti.fi/3qnGoHU



Last week, in the episode 130 of GCC, BZ The Voice & Steve J Ray return for a discussion on BZ’s Green Lantern movie; In Brightest Day Off before discussing the sequel; In Blackest Night Out, they then talk about how superheroes are never shown to have time off, BZ’s upcoming Avengers & Star Wars projects, people’s reactions to his first GL movie, BZ’s time in the industry, the connections he’s made and so much more!



Check out Mike’s Patreon, where he releases 1 or 2 episodes of his “Afterthoughts” a week (with 3 episodes now *FREE* to anyone: season 1 of The Witcher, The Phantom Menace & Spider-Man 3!), plus there are unsplit full-length episodes of GCC, additional photos (including early access to photos of comics for this very show) and ...
04
JUL
2021

#130 – In Blackest Night Out: Green Lanterns, Gratitude & Using The Source Material With BZ The Voice & Steve J Ray

BZ The Voice & Steve J Ray return for another thrilling conversation on BZ’s latest project, gratitude, comics books and many other incredible topics!



In more detail, the trio discusses BZ’s last Green Lantern movie; In Brightest Day Off before discussing the sequel; In Blackest Night Out, they then talk about how superheroes are never shown to have time off, BZ’s upcoming Avengers & Star Wars projects, people’s reactions to his first GL movie, BZ’s time in the industry, the connections he’s made and so much more!



BZ & Steve were last on ep 108 of GCC, discussing BZ’s first Green Lantern movie; In Brightest Day Off & many other topics, so be sure to check that out if you haven’t already!



BZ’s Site: http://www.bzthevoice.com/ - Site For Blackest Night Out - BZ’s First GL movie - IMDb page - @BZTheVoice on Twitter, Instagram & Facebook!   



Steve is @el_steevo on Twitter - His Fantastic Universes Review Site - DC Comic News - Dark Knight News - Superheroes For Dummies podcast out bi-weekly on Comics In Motion: https://anchor.fm/comics-in-motion-podcast  



Promo is for the Judging Dredd book, which Scott Weatherly (of the 20th Century Geek podcast) edited, plus there’s an essay from Tony Farina & many other cool aspects, it’s coming soon: http://sequart.org/books/14/judging-dredd-examining-the-world-of-judge-dredd/



Check out Mike’s Patreon, where he releases 1 or 2 episodes of his “Afterthoughts” a week (with 3 episodes now *FREE* to anyone: season 1 of The Witcher, The Phantom Menace & Spider-Man 3!), plus there are unsplit full-length episodes of GCC, additional photos (including early access to photos of comics for this very show) and more, so if you want to support the show and get more content, check it out at http://patreon.com/genuinechitchat
If you just want to hear M&M’s talk about Spider-Man 3, check it out here for free: http://bit.ly/Spiderman3AT!



If you want to hear Mike, Megan & Tonya Todd’s thoughts on the first 3 episodes of the Loki series, check it out on the feed of Comics In Motion: https://spoti.fi/2TamZ10



Mike was on a recent episode of the I Like To Like Things podcast, talking about his favourite TV show (and no, it’s not Star Wars): https://spoti.fi/3xtlBoJ



Mike was on ep 37 of What's The Topic, to talk about the first episode of Loki, check it out on this very feed: https://spoti.fi/2SkIwDT



Mike is on episode 21 of the podcast Geek Talks on the Fantastic Universes ...
27
JUN
2021

#129 – Over 14 Years Of Podcasting: Writer’s Voice, Thoughtful Conversations & Representation In Literature With Francesca Rheannon

Francesca Rheannon from the Writer’s Voice podcast is this episode’s guest and she talks with Mike about her near 16-year old radio/podcast show, being a host, representation & so much more!



In more detail, Mike & Francesca discuss how & when Francesca first got into hosting a radio show, speaking with authors on both of their shows, the importance of people of colour & the LGBTQ+ community creating written works, how interviewing authors works on a radio show, how hosting an audio show has changed how Mike & Francesca hold conversations, what Francesca is passionate about (aside from books) and more!



Check out the Writer’s Voice podcast’s website: https://writersvoice.net/ 
Or check out Francesca’s personal journalist site: https://francescarheannon.com/



Find Francesca on Twitter @WritersVoice & big thanks to Tonya Todd (@MsTonyaTodd) for connecting us!



Promo is for the Judging Dredd book, which Scott Weatherly (of the 20th Century Geek podcast) edited, plus there’s an essay from Tony Farina & many other cool aspects, it’s coming soon: http://sequart.org/books/14/judging-dredd-examining-the-world-of-judge-dredd/



Last week, in the episode 128 of GCC, Mike spoke with with Michael McCormick; a masterful puppeteer who has taught puppetry for film & TV at New Mexico State University, worked with Jim Henson on Dark Crystal & Labyrinth and even created the Star Wars character Salacious Crumb! They talk about puppeteering, teaching puppetry, the Jim Henson movies, Punch & Judy, Brian & Wendy Froud and so much more!



Check out Mike’s Patreon, where he releases 1 or 2 episodes of his “Afterthoughts” a week (with 3 episodes now *FREE* to anyone: season 1 of The Witcher, The Phantom Menace & Spider-Man 3!), plus there are unsplit full-length episodes of GCC, additional photos (including early access to photos of comics for this very show) and more, so if you want to support the show and get more content, check it out at http://patreon.com/genuinechitchat
If you just want to hear M&M’s talk about Spider-Man 3, check it out here for free: http://bit.ly/Spiderman3AT!



If you want to hear Mike, Megan & Tonya Todd’s thoughts on the first 3 episodes of the Loki series, check it out on the feed of Comics In Motion: https://spoti.fi/2TamZ10



Mike was on a recent episode of the I Like To Like Things podcast, talking about his favourite TV show (and no, it’s not Star Wars): https://spoti.fi/3xtlBoJ



Mike was on ep 37 of What's The Topic, to talk about the first episode of Loki, check ...
20
JUN
2021

#128 – The Puppet Master Special: Dark Crystal, Labyrinth, Punch & Judy And A Lifetime Of Puppetry With Michael McCormick

In an extra-long special episode of GCC, Mike speaks with Michael McCormick; a masterful puppeteer who has taught puppetry for film & TV at New Mexico State University, worked with Jim Henson on Dark Crystal & Labyrinth and even created the Star Wars character Salacious Crumb!

In this conversation, they talk about how Michael first got into puppetry, the influence & reach of Punch & Judy shows, why puppets intrigue Michael, the charactures of puppetry, his time on Dark Crystal, Labyrinth & the set of Star Wars: Return Of The Jedi, his near-death experiences, Brian & Wendy Froud are also mentioned, along with his time teaching puppetry in the New Mexico State University, his work on David Bowie’s costumes on Labyrinth, some stories from being on-set on various productions and it all wraps up with Michael’s idea for a new TV show – so many great topics are covered, this is definitely worth a listen!

 

Mike has also uploaded the video version of this episode to the GCC YouTube channel so you can see the puppets Michael kindly show us: https://youtu.be/D4kz0jSVoj0 

 

Michael McCormick’s Fandom Wiki Page: https://muppet.fandom.com/wiki/Mike_McCormick

Check out the Fight Before Christmas movie to see Michael McCormick doing Punch & Judy on-screen!
13
JUN
2021

#127 Pt 2 – A Spark To Ignite: Fanbase Interactions, Toxic Positivity, Songwriting & The Band’s Future With Luke & Tom Of Royals

The pop punk band Royals return for part 2 of their discussion from last week! Mike speaks with singer/frontman Luke Smithson and bassist Tom Guildford about pop punk, their new EP A Spark To Ignite, music videos and more!



This week is part 2 of the trio’s discussion and they discuss the video & song meaning behind Worldwide Catastrophe, their anticipation for future live shows, the future of the band, the songwriting process, the theme for their Spark To Ignite EP, interactions with their fanbase, toxic positivity and many other topics are tackled!



Last week in part 1, the trio discuss why Luke started Royals, how the band is different to other bands Tom & Luke have been in, how covers are put together, what pop punk means to them, their favourite part of being in Royals, the importance of getting along with band members, how lockdown affected their EP release, the music video & song meaning for Jaded and more, so check that out if you haven’t already!



A Spark To Ignite EP on Spotify - Royals on Spotify - Royal’s Custom Spotify Playlist



Luke & Tom can be found on social media @LukeRoyalsUK & @TomsRoyalsUK!



Royals' Site -  Social media: IG: @Royalsofficialuk – FB: /RoyalsOfficialUK – Twitter: @RoyalsBandUK – Royals' Twitch



For only as little as £1 a month, become a supporter of GCC for access to full unsplit versions of the two-parters (when part 1 of an episode drops on this feed) as well as exclusive access to Mike & Megan’s Afterthoughts show (with 2 episodes are *FREE* to anyone: season 1 of The Witcher and Star Wars: The Phantom Menace), so if you want to support the show and get more content, or just check out free stuff, go to http://patreon.com/genuinechitchat!



Find Mike’s other show; Star Wars: Comics In Canon on Spotify & the other podcast apps on the feed of Comics In Motion. Episodes are out every Saturday; episodes 0-59 are out now, with ep 59 about the unspeakable rebel super weapon after A New Hope, ep 58 shows how Kanan Jarrus met his master and 57 is about Luke, Leia & Han getting stranded on the mysterious Hubin! Previous episodes topics include Lando comics, the Journals of Old Ben Kenobi, Count Dooku, Kylo Ren, Darth Maul, how C-3PO got his red arm, book reviews & more - https://spoti.fi/3sOtqCw



Mike was on ep 37 of ...
06
JUN
2021

#127 Pt 1 – What Is Pop Punk?: New Band Members, Arranging Covers & A Spark To Ignite EP Release With Luke & Tom Of Royals

The pop punk band Royals are this episode’s focus where Mike speaks with singer/frontman Luke Smithson and Tom Guildford; bassist & one of their newest members about pop punk, their upcoming EP release on June 11th, music videos and more!



For more detail, part 1 includes why Luke started Royals, how the band is different to other bands Tom & Luke have been in, how covers are put together, what pop punk means to them, their favourite part of being in Royals, the importance of getting along with band members, how lockdown affected their EP release, the music video & song meaning for Jaded and much more is discussed!



Part 2 is out next week (patreons already have access) and they discuss the video & song meaning behind Worldwide Catastrophe, their anticipation for future live shows, the future of the band, the songwriting process, the theme for their Spark To Ignite EP, interactions with their fanbase, toxic positivity and many other topics are tackled, so keep an eye out for that!



Royals on Spotify - Royal’s Custom Spotify Playlist



Luke & Tom can be found on social media @LukeRoyalsUK & @TomsRoyalsUK!



Royals' Site -  Social media: IG: @Royalsofficialuk – FB: /RoyalsOfficialUK – Twitter: @RoyalsBandUK – Royals' Twitch



For only as little as £1 a month, get access to part 2 of this chat one week early, in the full unsplit version of this conversation (& previous two-parters) as well as exclusive access to Mike & Megan’s Afterthoughts show (with 2 episodes are *FREE* to anyone: season 1 of The Witcher and Star Wars: The Phantom Menace), so if you want to support the show and get more content, or just check out free stuff, go to http://patreon.com/genuinechitchat!



Find Mike’s other show; Star Wars: Comics In Canon on Spotify & the other podcast apps on the feed of Comics In Motion. Episodes are out every Saturday; episodes 0-58 are out now, with ep 58 showing how Kanan Jarrus met his master, 57 is about Luke, Leia & Han getting stranded on the mysterious Hubin while 56 gives information on the heroes of the resistance! Previous episodes topics include Lando comics, the Journals of Old Ben Kenobi, Count Dooku, Kylo Ren, Darth Maul, how C-3PO got his red arm, book reviews & more - https://spoti.fi/3sOtqCw



Mike is on episode 21 of the podcast Geek Talks on the Fantastic Universes feed: https://spoti.fi/3fOJT5h



Mike ...
30
MAY
2021

#126 – How To Make A Book Club Funny: Behind The Scenes At Beernuts & The Newest Australian Podcast With Gough

Gough; the creator of Beernuts Productions, joins Mike for his fifth appearance on the show to talk about his latest film; Book Club & behind the scenes stuff, along with his new podcast!



For more detail, in his latest appearance, Gough talks about his 22nd film; Book Club, how he came up with the idea, some of his inspirations for it and some of the highlights (no spoilers) plus Mike & Gough talk about the new behind the scenes videos Gough has been releasing on the Beernuts YouTube, with some funny anecdotes to go along with them, and Gough talks about his latest venture; the Beernuts Productions podcast, how he’s been finding it and why he started it!



Beernuts Social Media; IG: @BeernutsProductions – Twitter: @Beernuts_gough - FB: /BeernutsProductions



Check out the recently revamped Beernut’s website with a new layout and more content: https://beernutsproductions.com/



Beernut’s YouTube channel with trailers & hilarious behind the scenes videos: https://youtube.com/BeernutsProductions



Make sure you check out Gough’s other appearances on GCC, on episodes 48, 65, 84 & 105!



For only as little as £1 a month, get early access to GCC conversations as well as exclusive access to Mike & Megan’s Afterthoughts show (with 2 episodes are *FREE* to anyone: season 1 of The Witcher and Star Wars: The Phantom Menace), so if you want to support the show and get more content, or just check out free stuff, go to http://patreon.com/genuinechitchat!



Last episode #125, Mike spoke with Matthew B Lloyd; golden-age comic extraordinaire & host of the Classic Comics podcast show (on Comics In Motion), they spoke about how Matt first got into comics and how his love of history pushed him into the golden age of comics (between 1938-1956), why he started a podcast & what it’s all about, before talking about the many strange characters & stories in the 70s/80s Star Wars comics and so much more!



Find Mike’s other show; Star Wars: Comics In Canon on Spotify & the other podcast apps on the feed of Comics In Motion. Episodes are out every Saturday; episodes 0-57 are out now, with ep 57 being about Luke, Leia & Han getting stranded on the mysterious Hubin while 56 gives information on the heroes of the resistance and 55 featured Aphra & the psychotic protocol droid Triple-Zero on the run! Previous episodes topics include Lando comics, the Journals of Old Ben Kenobi, Count Dooku, ...
23
MAY
2021

125 Pt 2 – What Made Star Wars Successful?: Newspaper Strips, Sustained Interest & Boba Fett Skiing With Luke With Matthew B Lloyd

Matthew B Lloyd; golden-age comic extraordinaire & host of the Classic Comics podcast show (on Comics In Motion) returns as this week’s guest, talking about old comics, Star Wars newspaper strips and more!



This week is part 2 of their chat (which was already available to all Patreon supporters of GCC) where Mike & Matt continue to talk about the many strange characters & stories in the 70s/80s Star Wars comics, including the daily newspaper strips, the multimedia projects Star Wars has started, storylines, Matt’s connection to Star Wars and more, so be sure to either visit Patreon today or tune into this feed next week!



Last week, in part 1 of their chat, they discussed how Matt first got into comics and how his love of history pushed him into the golden age of comics (between 1938-1956), why he started a podcast & what it’s all about, before talking about some of the weird & wonderful things in the Star Wars comics from the 70s/80s, so make sure to check that episode out if you haven’t already!



Find Matt’s Comic show on Twitter @ComicsLloyd and find his personal account @MattB_Lloyd!



Matt’s Comics email: classiccomicsnbl@gmail.com – Matt also writes reviews for https://dccomicsnews.com



The Batman: Politics In Gotham book that Matt contributed can be found here for UK: https://amzn.to/3eVxwW5 or here for US: https://amzn.to/3w8jaah



Supporters of GCC on Patreon had access to both parts of this early, in one unsplit release, so for only as little as £1 a month, get early access to GCC conversations as well as exclusive access to Mike & Megan’s Afterthoughts show (with 2 episodes are *FREE* to anyone: season 1 of The Witcher and Star Wars: The Phantom Menace), so if you want to support the show and get more content, or just check out free stuff, go to http://patreon.com/genuinechitchat!



Last episode, Mike spoke with actor Tom Everatt about a huge amount of topics, including Norse mythology, deities & religion, Tom’s time as a tour guide, why Tom decided to become an actor, learning introspection, free will & determinism, political discourse & idealism, the news cycle, being a good person & much more!



Find Mike’s other show; Star Wars: Comics In Canon on Spotify & the other podcast apps on the feed of Comics In Motion. Episodes are out every Saturday; episodes 0-56 are out now, with ep 56 giving information on the heroes of ...
16
MAY
2021

#125 Pt 1 – Classic Comics From Decades Past: The Golden Age, Star Wars & A Passion For History With Matthew B Lloyd

Matthew B Lloyd, host of the Classic Comics podcast show (on Comics In Motion) is this week’s guest, talking about old comics, starting his podcast and Star Wars!



In more detail, this week is part 1 of their chat and they discuss how Matt first got into comics and how his love of history pushed him into the golden age of comics (between 1938-1956), why he started a podcast & what it’s all about, before talking about some of the weird & wonderful things in the Star Wars comics from the 70s/80s!



Part 2 is already available to all Patreon supporters of GCC (for as little as £1 a month) but will be released on this feed next week. In part 2 Mike & Matt continue to talk about the many strange characters & stories in the 70s/80s Star Wars comics, including the daily newspaper strips, the multimedia projects Star Was has started, storylines, Matt’s connection to Star Wars and more, so be sure to either visit Patreon today or tune into this feed next week!



Find Matt’s Comic show on Twitter @ComicsLloyd and find his personal account @MattB_Lloyd!



Matt’s Comics email: classiccomicsnbl@gmail.com – Matt also writes reviews for https://dccomicsnews.com



The Batman: Politics In Gotham book that Matt contributed can be found here for UK: https://amzn.to/3eVxwW5 or here for US: https://amzn.to/3w8jaah



Supporters of GCC on Patreon have access to both parts of this episode right now, in one unsplit release, for only as little as £1 a month, get early access to GCC conversations as well as exclusive access to Mike & Megan’s Afterthoughts show (with 2 episodes are *FREE* to anyone: season 1 of The Witcher and Star Wars: The Phantom Menace), so if you want to support the show and get more content, or just check out free stuff, go to http://patreon.com/genuinechitchat!



Last episode, Mike spoke with actor Tom Everatt about a huge amount of topics, including Norse mythology, deities & religion, Tom’s time as a tour guide, why Tom decided to become an actor, learning introspection, free will & determinism, political discourse & idealism, the news cycle, being a good person & much more!



Find Mike’s other show; Star Wars: Comics In Canon on Spotify & the other podcast apps on the feed of Comics In Motion. Episodes are out every Saturday; episodes 0-55 are out now, with ep 55 showing Aphra & psychotic protocol droid Triple-Zero ...

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