Episode 92: Alexander Hoffman

Alexander Hoffman, artist and creator of Tales of Absurdity webcomic and book, joins me to talk about the movies that made him who he is.  Listen along, as we discuss hang gliding into Disneyland, 1984 for 1984, dumb people in a smart world, and sonic notebooks.

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Here are links to items of interest mentioned in episode 92:

Tales of Absurdity webcomic

Tales of Absurdity: The Dawn of Absurdity on Amazon.com

Alexander Hoffman on Patreon

Alexander Hoffman on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Tumblr

Be sure to join me for these upcoming episodes:

September 17:  Episode 93, featuring Phil Johnson, host of Under the Crossbones: A Pirate Podcast and comedian/musician.

October 1: Episode 94 from Long Beach Comic Con, featuring conversations with a variety of artists and attendees at the show.

Episode 63: Andrew Linde

Andrew Linde, co-founder of Benview Network and host of Super Mario Brothers Minute podcast and Nothing New: A Remake Podcast, joins us to talk about the movies that influenced him to be who he is today.  Listen in, as we discuss sad circus contracts, time-out kids, the road from Chinatown to Toon Town, and Gilmore guys.

We’d love to hear your thoughts on Andrew’s movie choices.  Let us know what you think! Or ask us a question.  It’s easy to reach us!  Just visit our Contact Us page to send us a message, or you can email us directly at moviesmademepod@gmail.com.

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Click here to listen to episode 63.

Here are links to items of interest mentioned in episode 63:

Benview Network

Super Mario Brothers Minute podcast

Nothing New: A Remake Podcast

Night Gallery – Trilogy of Terror: Amelia on YouTube

Babes in Toyland TV movie on YouTube

Be sure to join us August 2 for our next episode, featuring comedian/writer/producer Brandie Posey.  Brandie is a co-founder and host of the comedy and animation combining Picture This!, and can be seen performing at monthly comedy showcase, Harlequin Comedy at The Perky Nerd in Burbank, CA.  She can also be heard on her weekly podcast, Lady to Lady.  Brandie’s comedy album, Opinion Cave, hit #1 on iTunes and #12 on the Billboard comedy charts!