Monday, October 15, 2007

Episode CXVII - Beyond Numeric Comprehension

What do long-term listeners of the Comic Book Haters podcast know? Probably not very much, but a few things might stick in their mind (or, at the very least, their craw). Foremost amongst these treasured memories is the fact that Schooly G carries deep within his heart a limitless surplus of love for the Generally Infant ones, G.I. Joe. This time, the CBH Podcast crew is joined by Canadian Ryan O'Hara, who is currently involved in a plethora of projects, which are quite possibly provided for your perusal at his web location. The topic of discussion? The G.I. Joe feature film that was recently announced. Also this episode: Cappy get all Captacular on an indie comic! Before embarking upon your next lunar voyage, why not listen in to the latest episode of the podcast?


Blogger The Comic Book Haters said...

By the way, you can reach O'Hara at

10/16/2007 06:30:00 PM  
Anonymous Mad Squirrel said...

Nice, keep the Joe shows coming!

10/17/2007 09:42:00 PM  
Anonymous Rick said...

Best show I've heard in a long time.

10/19/2007 02:06:00 PM  
Blogger Schooly said...

Where the fuck did Umbrellaman go after he left the taping session? Dare I state the obvious?

10/21/2007 09:21:00 PM  
Blogger The Comic Book Haters said...

I think he said he went to a Wa-Wa.

10/21/2007 10:22:00 PM  
Blogger Ryan O'Hara said...

Thanks again for having me on the show. I moved my blog back to

Also, I actually posted something.

10/22/2007 04:56:00 PM  
Blogger Schooly said...

That whole ning bit was kinda weird. It's a cool concept on paper, but the execution kind of sucks. I'm glad you're back on a regular blog- it's easier to read and comment.

10/22/2007 05:28:00 PM  
Blogger Schooly said...

Oh, and thank you for being on the show- perhaps another guest appearance when the book comes out?

10/22/2007 05:29:00 PM  
Blogger Ryan O'Hara said...

Sounds good. Maybe next time we could talk about something I'm familiar with.

10/22/2007 08:29:00 PM  

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