Official Press Release
The Harvey Award Hall of Fame inductee, comic book guru and master artist, Neal Adams will appear on FbR this Wednesday at 1pm Central time. For younger comic book readers, Mr. Adams is responsible for the rebirth of such icons as Batman and Green Lantern for DC Comics, and the X-Men and Avengers, for Marvel Comics in the late 60s and 70s. Neal also helped create Deadman, drew the timeless Superman Vs. Muhammad Ali story, defended comic creators' ownership rights and founded Continuity Comics and Buzzworthy Studios. He is currently working with Roger Waters of Pink Floyd, Sony and Bill Sienkiwitz on Waters' concert presentation art for the song, "Beirut."
"Good fanboys respect the creators that built the foundation we enjoy today" says Fanboy Radio host Scott Hinze. "We speak with icons of current pop culture all of the time, but to be able to interview such a colorful and important artist as Mr. Adams is a real treat."
The other FbR host, Oliver Tull adds "I'm really excited to talk with Neal Adams. He's a living legend of the comic book craft and his naturalistic work inspired a generation of artists like me. I can't wait to pick his brain!"
Tune in for Fanboy Radio #325 this Wednesday for Fanboy Radio with Neal Adams at 1pm Central (2pm Eastern, 11am Pacific) and give the show a call at (817) 257-7631 – and again, everyone who makes it on the air will receive a Free FUNimation DVD!
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Fanboy Radio is a live comedy radio show about the world of comic books and pop culture hosted by Scott Hinze and Oliver Tull. The hour of interviews, humor and information airs from the KTCU studios in Fort Worth, Texas on KTCU 88.7 FM - The Choice, online via internet - KTCU streaming audio and is syndicated across the United States and Canada. Fanboy Radio is made possible by Dallas/Fort Worth area comic book retailer, Y2Komics, the online comic book retailer, ComicHole.com, and the animation distributor, FUNimation Entertainment.