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March 10, 2017 @ 12:00 pm

Bombad Radio Discussion: What if with “The Witcher”

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No episode this week so instead we have a discussion between Jeremiah (Host) and Chris Cannon of the Gaming Death Podcast as they discuss the Witcher Book and Video Game series and its potential to become as movie (as near every single video game franchise is being considered to become one these days). We go over casting, which would be best the books or the games, the stories to be told and more!

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March 3, 2017 @ 10:50 pm

Friday Night Fights - Team Legend of Zelda

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Friday Night Fights for March 2017 is here and in honor of the newest game in the Legend of Zelda series Breath of the Wild, we are battling about Zelda! Or at least a team of Zelda Characters! Kelsee joins Jeremiah as we discuss forming a team of RPG Characters but our team of four must be from the Legend of Zelda series and must include Link. But which Link? Which characters? Will we agree? What teams do would you make?

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February 26, 2017 @ 10:13 am

Episode 272 - Geek Designs with Katie Elhoffer

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For this episode we are joined by fashion designer/guru Katherine Elhoffer of Elhofer Design! She gives us some history of her education, and how she landed being a queen of geek-bound-chic. Katherine tell us about her process of how her designs go from an idea to reality. We all share the struggle of not being the off-the-shelf sizes, and how businesses like Katherine's is changing that. She even goes into detail about designing and making all her products right in Los Angeles.

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February 12, 2017 @ 12:17 am

Episode 271 - New Beginnings with Yuri Lowenthal and Tara Platt

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New Host Kaela joins Jeremiah on Bombad Radio episode 271 as she is introduced and then legendary voice actors Yuri Lowenthal and Tara Platt, known for hundreds of shows, films, and video games (including but not limited to Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Ben 10, Naruto, Bleach, and more) appear and talk about their careers, their book on voice acting and more! Then we discuss a little about what is going on, get to know Kaela more, prepare for Celebration coming in April! Its a great episode and a brand new start for Bombad Radio!

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January 14, 2017 @ 12:48 pm

Episode 268: Brian Kindregan - The Art of Storytelling from Space Jam to Mass Effect

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Episode 268 has host Jeremiah interview Brian Kindregan, storyboarder for Space Jam, Quest for Camelot, The Iron Giant, Lion King 1.5 and writer for video games such as Jade Empire, Starcraft 2, Diablo 3, and Mass Effect 2. Listen as we dive into how he created some iconic characters, made the transition, the difference between writing for Bioware and Blizzard, and so much more!

For more on our guest: http://briankindregan.com/

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December 24, 2016 @ 11:58 am

Episode 265: A Christmas Gift From Us: An Interview with Carrie Keranen

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Merry Christmas from Bombad Radio as we give you a bonus episode, an interview with voice actress Carrie Keranen! 

Carrie Keranen is an American voice actress, production manager, producer and voice director known for her work with 4Kids Entertainment, Bang Zoom! Entertainment, DuArt Film and Video, NYAV Post and Studiopolis

Join Zach and Jeremiah as we discuss whats going on and interview esteemed voice actress Carrie Keranen about her work on Pokemon, voice acting tips, Star Wars Battlefront and more! Merry Christmas! ENJOY!

Carrie Keranen Official Website: http://carriekeranen.com/

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November 25, 2016 @ 9:17 pm

Episode 260: Did Star Wars Give us Halo?

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In Episode 260, David returns to the show for the first time in years and Travis and Jeremiah join him to discuss, Halo? Yes the video game franchise by Microsoft (Bungie and 343) is the subject as we connect it to Star Wars. Is Star Wars why we have Halo? What other connections are there beyond authors in the series? Listen to us discuss the famed Halo Franchise, its games, origins, books, and how Star Wars is perhaps responsible and what else it has led to!

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October 15, 2016 @ 4:19 pm

Episode 254: Rogue One and the novels for Star Wars: The Old Republic

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Episode 254 is here as we discuss the brand new (final) trailer for Rogue One! Joining us is Travis Hymas of Three Good Sirs and Eric Onkenhout making his podcast debut! After talking Rogue One: A Star Wars Story we dive into the four novels that expand the universe of Star Wars: The Old Republic and KOTOR. We begin with Fatal Alliance by Sean Williams, then dive into Deceived by Paul S. Kemp, then Drew Karpyshyn's Revan and Annihilation. At the end we discuss what is coming up in the show as well as which book we recommend casual fans read!

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October 8, 2016 @ 1:45 pm

Episode 253 - Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II The Sith Lords

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In Episode 253 we discuss the 2003 followup to Knights of the Old Republic, the  Lucasarts & Obsidion title Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II The Sith Lords. We go over our fandom of it, thoughts about characters, plot elements as we go through the whole game, things that were cut etc. What do you think of KOTOR 2?

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October 1, 2016 @ 11:38 am

Episode 252 - Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic

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In Episode 252 we discuss the 2003 Lucasarts & Bioware title Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic! We go over our fandom of it, thoughts about characters, plot elements as we go through the whole game, things that were cut etc. For the middle segment Jeremiah talks about hearing the podcast in the wild, Star Wars fandom is everywhere and your thoughts on the polls throughout the week!

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September 24, 2016 @ 12:26 pm

Episode 251: Rob Smith and the Story of LucasArts

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The Story of LucasArts was written by Rob Smith  in 2008 called "Rogue Leaders: The Story of LucasArts" join us as we discuss the history of this famed company with former Editor in Chief of Playstation Magazine, Machinima, PC Magazine, and Quality Assurance of EA, Rob Smith!

We delve into the classic games of LucasArts, what made them great, different steps in their history from Knights of the Old Republic to Star Wars 1313, from Grim Fandango to Dark Forces and much more!
Publisher's Summary

In 1982, George Lucas saw potential in the fledgling videogame industry and created his own interactive-entertainment company. Twenty-five years and dozens of award-winning games later, LucasArts has earned a prestigious place in the industry and in the hearts of gamers everywhere. Rogue Leaders is the first substantive survey of a videogame company — a deluxe compilation that traces its history through never-before-published interviews. In addition, more than 300 pieces of concept art, character development sketches, and storyboards have been lavishly reproduced to showcase the creative talent behind such videogame classics as The Secret of Monkey Island, Grim Fandango, and Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, as well as games that were never publicly released. A thrill for millions of videogame and LucasArts fans around the world.

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September 17, 2016 @ 12:37 pm

Episode 250: The Music of Star Wars: The Old Republic and Mafia 3 with Jesse Harlin

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Join us and Jesse Harlin (composer also of Mafia 3) as we talk about the music of Star Wars: The Old Republic and listen to the new themes for the game. In this episode we celebrate 250 episodes on the air by discussing Star Wars beginning with the upcoming Timothy Zahn novel Thrawn as well as the special effects of The Force Awakens! 


Hosts: James, Jason, Jeremiah
Guest: The guest is award winning composer Jesse Harlin, formerly of LucasArts as we talk about his work on the hit Bioware MMORPG Star Wars: The Old Republic especially in the Fallen Empire and Knights of the Eternal Empire expansions. 


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Recently Jesse Harlin also did the music for Hanger 13's Mafia 3 and got his first soundtrack release, available in stores now such as Amazon and iTunes

250 Episodes is a big milestone. Over that time we've had almost a million downloads on all platforms and several shows that have come and gone and several more still going strong such as Musical Procrastination and Steven and Stephen on Steven. Its hard to see that show that started with James, Soapee, and I began as a Star Wars Roleplaying Podcast and has morphed into this, a show that has had more voice actors than any other show out there, over 50 authors, and professionals from all over the industry and showing no signs of slowing. It has been an honor and a blast to steer Bombad Radio through 250 episodes and I look forward to the seas which lay beyond this milestone!
 - Jeremiah

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250 Episodes. 5 Years of Bombad Radio. Time flies, that's for sure! Never thought it would get to this point, honestly. Now we aren't one of the biggest podcasts even if we have been around for a while, but truthfully, we have our own little core of listeners, and I for one am grateful for that. I remember when we first started this show, and it's morphed into something so much different than what we had originally planned. Honestly, who thought a podcast that was basically a sort of news and jokes type show for a Star Wars RP message board would have evolved into what it's become? We've had some really awesome guests over the years, from lesser known up and comers to incredibly well known writers, and damn near everything inbetween. Jeremiah and myself have been through all sorts of stuff in life these past few years, and I honestly wondered if we were gonna keep going. Lord knows there was one or two times I thought "Well, it was fun while it lasted." yet, here we are, still motoring on down the highway. It's been a blast for me so far, and I've got to talk to some really cool people like Jon St. John of Duke Nukem, and Damien Clarke from DBZ and the Borderlands games. I've talked to Timothy Zahn, which blew my mind, and Stephen Stanton, which was amazingly cool for me on a personal level. Sure, I know I'm kind of loud and obnoxious, heh, but I can't help it! I love doing this show, It's super fun and I kind of "Fan Boy" a bit. Either way, I feel very blessed to have been allowed to share the ride with Jeremiah, but he's always been the real backbone of the show. He works his butt off to make it what it is, and I consider it a privilege to be able to do this with him. Bombad Radio, one wild ride! Here's to another 5 years and 250 episodes. I wonder what'll happen next, but for now, all I can say is this; May the Force be With You! 

- James

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Five years ago some guys on a message board decided to get into podcasting. It was a fun little show, mostly about star wars role-playing, filled with inside jokes for those who were part of the community. But then, after a few months, something happened. That little show got its first celebrity guest - legendary voice actor James Arnold Taylor. Before long celebrity guests became a fixture, and eventually the focus of the show. And while the interviews became more in depth, more thought provoking, so too improved the show editing and sound quality. By the show's fourth year it was regularly a top ten ranked podcast, and even received awards nominations for its original content. That show was of course Bombad Radio. After 5 years, 250 episodes, and countless special releases, Bombad Radio shows no signs of stopping. Thank god for that.... Bombad Radio is the only show I never miss.


Congratulations on five great years. I can't wait to hear what comes next.

-Brian

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Well over a decade ago I made new friends and family when joining a Star Wars discussion and role-playing forum, where banter was welcome and fun was encouraged. This community grew to the point where it spanned multiple groups and had weekly events and regular updates. One big family - but too big for everyone to know what everyone else was doing. 

Amazingly, Jeremiah put the work in when nobody else would - something that could be said about Jezza every day of his life - and set up a podcast with a few reliable and unreliable helpers to share news and provide a new medium for content. 

Most of us thought it was likely to last a few weeks and die out. We underestimated Jeremiah's tenacity and capability.

My favorite moment for explaining the excitement and activity and buzz of that era was when Bombad hosted a live podcast for the annual awards. We had 20 people live on the show, banter for HOURS on the chat channel in concert with it, and it was incredible. At the end of the show, Bane (Jeremiah) told everyone that he had an incredible guest lined up for the next few episodes... And we were all stunned by just how big that guest was.

Five years after it started, and 250 full episodes in, nobody is surprised anymore. Every week, every month, there is a great guest. Some of them have done almost no other interviews. Some of them have spawned news stories and thousands of downloads. Almost every single one of them has been due to Jeremiah and his hard work. Without him the rest of us would not have picked up the slack and the podcast would have been over.

The show/channel has changed a lot over the years, expanded to include other shows and include almost any content imaginable. Award winning radio dramas, writing competitions, exclusive convention panels... You name it. 

Bombad will continue to innovate, to change and move forward and be a home for fun and laughter and insanity. Guests will continue to be great.

Usually we look forward, only think about what's next on the job list, planning the next series of episodes (or interview or guest or spin-off show). Every now and again it is important to stop, look back, and reflect about where we have come from and the journey we have been on. Because, when all is said and done, the journey has been incredible and amazing to be a part of.

With special thanks - as you can guess - to the man who made it all happen... but also to the many others who made it possible, who co-hosted and guest starred and helped behind the scenes... and, of course, to the listeners who are still here after all these years!! It has been so blessing to be a part of this and you guys make the hard work worth it for all of us - Jeremiah most of all.

- Jason
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August 27, 2016 @ 2:24 pm

Episode 247: Rock the Dragon with Kyle Hebert

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Rock the Dragon with Dragon Ball Z voice actor Kyle Hebert voice of Gohan, the Ox-King, the Narrator and more! Also he voices J. Jonah Jameson, and many other characters from anime, video games and so much more!


Kyle Hebert is a voice actor who started off as a fan of Dragon Ball Z and then was cast as adult Gohan (after the Cell Games) and joined the franchise including gaining the role as the narrator and the Ox-King, especially with the Dragon Ball Z Kai revamp of the series. Kyle Hebert then did many other projects for funimation and though he is no longer in Texas, still does some work with them. 

After DBZ we discuss his, now disney role, as Ryu in Wreck in Ralph and what that process was like. Also the Spider-Man Universe where he plays J. Jonah Jameson and even various other roles throughout television, and even podcasting where he helps out with the Smodcast Network and at one ti me even ran an anime podcast on the Kevin Smith Network. 

Learn more about Kyle Hebert and his projects with range from the Smodcast to Anime and more at his official website: http://www.kylehebert.com 

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August 13, 2016 @ 10:52 am

Episode 245 - The Rogue One Story Trailer is here and RIP Kenny Baker

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The full trailer for Rogue One A Star Wars Story is finally here as Zach and I break it and many other news story down! And then we pay our respects to the recently passed Kenny Baker the actor who played R2D2 through 6 films, who passed away at the age of 83. 
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Young Han Solo Film casting a Young Lando - Donald Glover rumored to be in the lead - http://nerdist.com/star-wars-han-solo-prequel-is-casting-a-young-lando-calrissian/

Black Female Lead - Sana Solo? 



Bryan Fuller talks Female lead and time frame of Star Trek Discovery: http://nerdist.com/bryan-fuller-discusses-star-trek-discoverys-female-lead-setting-and-diversity/



Masters of Orion getting rebooted and coming Aug 25: http://www.polygon.com/2016/8/11/12447104/master-of-orion-release-date

Rocko’s Modern Life Returning

Rogue One Trailer and Stuff






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July 23, 2016 @ 10:14 am

Episode 242: BNN Brings On the Star Wars News as we visit Dark and Day and Marvel Avengers Academy with Linnea Sage

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BNN brings us the highlights of Star Wars Celebration from Rogue One to Star Wars Rebel then Israel Grey, author of the Dark and Day series joins us to talk his book series, influences, art and more. Then Linnea Sage voice of Agent 13 aka Sharon Carter and Nebula from the Marvel Avengers Academy series and a children's book author steps in to discuss her work! Its a big episode and all here in Episode 242!

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May 28, 2016 @ 10:01 am

Episode 241: Bombad Radio Turns Five! (featuring John Jackson Miller)

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Bombad Radio turns 5 and to celebrate we have a massive episode with 5 guests! Four long time listeners and contributors of the show talk about their careers in voice work, acting, and writing, as well as their fandoms! Then John Jackson Miller returns to talk about the comics industry, how it works, Free Comic Book Day and more! We're turning 5 so this, is a big episode!

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May 14, 2016 @ 1:48 pm

Episode 240: The World of Voice-Over with Rob McCollum

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Robert Howard McCollum (born September 8, 1971) is an American voice actor who provides voice for anime and video games at Funimation and Okatron5000. He has provided voices for a number of English-language versions of Japanese anime films. McCollum was also the host and producer of WFAA-TV's Good Morning Texas.


From Dragon Ball Z to Psycho-Pass and Borderlands 2 to Attack on Titan its episode 240!

On Social Media: Rob McCollum's Fan Page
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May 7, 2016 @ 2:32 pm

Episode 239: Dragon Ball Z to Borderlands 2 FUNimation voice actor J. Michael Tatum

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This week's guest is voice actor J. Michael Tatum. This FUNimation mainstay since 2004 has been in nearly 200 different in anime and video games. Major roles include Dragon Ball Z, Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Dragon Age: Dawn of the Seeker, Fairy Tail, Attack on Titan and more! When it comes to video games fans know him best as Sir Hammerlock in Borderlands 2 and as Zarbon in the Dragon Ball Z titles! 


Add in he is a script writer, an ADR director, and we have J. Michael Tatum, our guest for episode 239!

If you want to follow our guest on twitter he can be found at: https://twitter.com/jmichaeltatum
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April 23, 2016 @ 11:03 am

Episode 237: Soundcheck with Heavy Metal/Brutal Legend, Lucasarts, Double Fine composer Peter McConnell!

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Peter McConnell has composed award-winning scores for a diverse range of video games including Broken Age, Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft, Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare, the Sly Cooper series, Star Wars: The Old Republic, Psychonauts, Brutal Legend and Grim Fandango. Before working independently, Peter composed in-house at LucasArts contributing to beloved franchises such as Star Wars, Indiana Jones and Monkey Island.

Music for this episode includes: The Big Kiss and The Chosen Roadie from Brutal Legend, Time to Get Up Little Spaceman from Broken Age, The Imperial March from Force Commander, Largo Embargo and Mardi Gras Fish Fry Monkey Island 2 (Remake 2010), and the Tie-Fighter Suite from Tie-Fighter

For more on Peter McConnell and his projects please visit his website at: http://petermc.com/
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April 9, 2016 @ 9:25 am

Episode 235: Behind the Mic with Mark C. Hanson

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Episode 235 is with Mark C. Hanson, voice actor of Starbrite in Rainbow Brite as well as Qatar in Final Fantasy Type O and Optimus Prime at Universal Studios.

Follow Mark C. Hanson at his Official Website: HERE

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April 2, 2016 @ 12:42 pm

Episode 234: Behind the Mic with Alesia Glidewell

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Episode 234 is with Voice Actress, Actress, Director, and more Alesia Glidewell.

Alésia Toyoko Glidewell is an American film director, producer and voice actress. She was previously the owner of a small production company. She has provided voices for video games, including Sly 2: Band of Thieves, where she plays Carmelita Fox and Constable Neyla; Star Fox: Assault, where she plays Krystal; and Super Smash Bros. Brawl, where she reprises the role of Krystal, as well as playing Zero Suit Samus and Knuckle Joe. Alesia provided the voice and movements of the adult Alma Wade in F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin. In the credits of F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin, she goes by the name Alicia Glidwell.

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March 11, 2016 @ 11:37 pm

Episode 230: Behind the Mic with Nika Futterman of Star Wars The Clone Wars

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A new week another voice actor! Nika Futterman from Star Wars the Clone Wars, Starcraft 2, and more joins us!

About Nika Futterman: Nika Futterman has been involved in world of acting and singing since early childhood when she performed in plays, musicals and student films. She spent a few years as an on-camera actress doing television, co-starring in such shows as Chicago Hope and Murphy Brown. Most recently, however, she has devoted her time exclusively to voice overs and has brought life to characters in cartoons such as Cat Dog, Hey Arnold, Mike, Lu and Og, Xyber 9, Piggley Winks, Chalk Zone, Kim Possible and video games such as The Matrix, Alter Echo, XMen, and Crimson Skies.
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February 13, 2016 @ 12:43 am

Episode 226: Behind the Mic with Wally Wingert

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Episode 226 features voice actor Wally Wingert known for being the narrator for Jay Leno, the Riddler in the Arkham series, Jon Arbuckle in the Garfield Show, Tallest Red from Invader Zim and so much more!

For more about Mr. Wingert check out his website at: http://www.wallyontheweb.com/
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January 30, 2016 @ 10:31 am

Episode 224: Behind the Mic with Debi Derryberry

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Episode 224 - Debi Derryberry: Deborah Sue Greenberg, known professionally as Debi Derryberry, is an American voice actress for a number of animated television series, anime, and video games. She is the voice of Jimmy Neutron in the Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius film and television series. She has also voiced Wednesday in The Addams Family cartoon and Jackie in Bobby's World. In English language dubs of anime, she provided the voice of Ryo-Ohki in the Tenchi Muyo series. She received a Best Actress in a Comedy award at the American Anime Awards for her work as Zatch in Zatch Bell.


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November 28, 2015 @ 10:33 am

Episode 217: Mass Effect and Call of Duty Black Ops Composer Jack Wall

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Today we are joined by Award Winning Video Game Composer Jack Wall the man behind video game scores such as Black Ops 2 and 3, Lost Planet 3, Jade Empire, Mass Effect 1 and 2, Myst 3 an 4, and more. A veteran of the industry for years the man is also one of the founders of the Video Games Live Concert Tour, as well as many composition classes and programs. For more information about Jack Wall check out his website found at http://jackwall.net/ or buy is work on amazon here.
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