In today’s show, Tracey sits down at the Ink and Paint club with author Stephen D. Sullivan. They talk about work that he has done creating content for both Marvel and Disney in the past. Along with the interview, we’ll tune into WWED for some Marvel and Disney music and they call over to the Main Street Cinema before wrapping up the show.
In today’s episode, our hosts, Scott and Tracey invite another guest to the Ink and Paint Club. Author Charles E. Zitta joins Tracey for a chat about his fantasy-adventure book series: Disney and the Wonder Within. They talk about his love of Disney and his creative process and influences and delve a bit into the books themselves. Then, our hosts travel back in time to December 2012 to share a set from Mulch, Sweat and Shears, a band that used to perform at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Along the way, they call over to the Main Street Cinema before wrapping up the show.
In today’s episode, our co-hosts Scott and Tracey partner up with Derek M. Koch, the producer and host of Monster Kid Radio for a seasonal crossover event. The three of them will be taking a look at the recent Disney graphic novel adaptations of two horror literature classics. Part One of their discussion, which covers Frankenstein (starring Donald Duck) appears in this episode, while Part Two which covers Dracula (featuring Mickey Mouse) will be featured on Monster Kid Radio. They will also tune into WWED for some more spooky tunes and call over to the Main Street Cinema before wrapping up the show.
In today’s episode, our hosts, Tracey and Scott head over to the Ink and Paint Club to chat with some friends: Tracey sat down with Keith Carter, an artist who’s done some work for Disney to talk about his career. She then chatted with Aaron DelPrince, the originator of the Indy Disney Meet to talk about what’s coming in this year’s fan gathering.
In today’s episode, our hosts, Scott and Tracey kick things off in the Ink and Paint Club, where Tracey talks with Dr. Jeff Barnes (aka “Doctor Disneyland”) about his books – The Wisdom of Walt, and Beyond the Wisdom of Walt, which was released just this week. They then play park audio of a ride-through on Star Tours 2.0 from February 2014, and share their experience at the Cincinnati Museum Center’s presentation of the Rebel, Jedi, Princess, Queen: Star Wars and the Power of Costume traveling exhibit before calling over to the Main Street Cinema. Tracey and Scott then wrap up the show by announcing the winner of their latest contest and take a look forward at the next episode.
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