Thursday, June 30, 2022

JUST ANOTHER FANBOY 275



Once again, Harold Jennett and Michael Yanulavich take the Just Another Fanboy microphone to talk about Transformers. The toys, the comics, and the cartoon.

This is Part Two, folks!

Enjoy!

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The theme song used is this episode was written and performed for the podcast by Derek Neibarger of Atomic Zombie Records.

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Wednesday, June 29, 2022

VIDEO: NOISE CARNIVAL LIVE AT THE WALDO BAR - PART 1


This is the original line up of Noise Carnival performing live at the Waldo Bar in Kansas City, Missouri sometime in early 2000.

I have a warning in the opening of the video because the screen flips and skips and all that throughout the whole video. While this might not bother some, it could drive others a bit crazy.

There are some issues with the audio in parts of this video as well, especially the first part of the opening song, but, it was recorded originally on a camcorder from the early 90s.

Frankly, I'm not sure why I put it up except that it's the only copy we have.

Anyway, I remember that we weren't allowed to be too loud. I don't know if there was a noise ordinance in the area or not, but there are times where you can hear someone off camera telling us to turn down slightly and all that. I think the proprietor had a decibel meter or something.

This is Part One because we played for about 20 minutes, took a break, then came back and played for 20 or so more.

Tuesday, June 28, 2022

JUST ANOTHER FANBOY 274



In the first of a two-part episode, Harold Jennett and Michael Yanulavich take the Just Another Fanboy microphone to talk about Transformers. The toys, the comics, and the cartoon.

Enjoy!

WARNING: THERE IS SOME SWEARING IN THIS EPISODE!

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THE STUFF:


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The theme song used is this episode was written and performed for the podcast by Derek Neibarger of Atomic Zombie Records.

Want to help support the show? You can do that in a number of ways:

First, just spread the word. Tell a friend, tell two friends, tell your father, mother, sister, brother, neighbor, coworker, plumber, and even the guy or girl who cuts your hair.

Beyond that you can support Steeven and the show for as little as a dollar a month on Patreon: www.patreon.com/steevenrorr

Or, if the idea of a monthly payment doesn't appeal to you and you just want to throw the show a one time payment, visit ko-fi.com/steevenrorr and buy Steeven and the show a coffee for as little as $3, but as high as you want to go.

Ask me questions, tell me stories, lie to me, speak your truth, make suggestions, or even complain right here: justanotherfanboy@gmail.com

Monday, June 27, 2022

THE SUPERMAN SUPER SHOW 011



Clark Kent gives up a source so that Superman can get himself arrested and make a few super questionable decisions in order to bring about prison reform.

All that and more as Ed and Steeven talk about Superman Goes to Prison, the Superman story that appeared in Action Comics #10, which was published by DC Comics with a cover date of March, 1939.

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Story synopsis provided by: dc.fandom.com

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THE OTHER STUFF:



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Thursday, June 23, 2022

JUST ANOTHER FANBOY EPISODE 273



Today's episode has been taken over by the wonderful group of folks from Meanwhile at the Podcast and they have put together something special as they present a dramatic reading of Flames in My Heart, a story from Modern Love #8, published by EC Comics in 1950.

Enjoy!


Meanwhile at the Podcast: @MeanwhileATP (Twitter & Instagram) MeanwhileATP (Facebook)

Rodney Roberts: @artnerrd (Twitter) TheArtNerrd (Instagram) ArtNerrd (Facebook)

Kristin Gollhofer: @klu4973 (Twitter & Instagram)

Rich: @DoctorStayPuft (Twitter)

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THE STUFF:


Follow me and the podcast on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

The theme song used is this episode was written and performed for the podcast by Derek Neibarger of Atomic Zombie Records.

Want to help support the show? You can do that in a number of ways:

First, just spread the word. Tell a friend, tell two friends, tell your father, mother, sister, brother, neighbor, coworker, plumber, and even the guy or girl who cuts your hair.

Beyond that you can support Steeven and the show for as little as a dollar a month on Patreon: www.patreon.com/steevenrorr

Or, if the idea of a monthly payment doesn't appeal to you and you just want to throw the show a one time payment, visit ko-fi.com/steevenrorr and buy Steeven and the show a coffee for as little as $3, but as high as you want to go.

Ask me questions, tell me stories, lie to me, speak your truth, make suggestions, or even complain right here: justanotherfanboy@gmail.com

Wednesday, June 22, 2022

VIDEO: LARRY PERFORMING HOLE LIVE AT THE BOTTLENECK


As I go through all of my old video cassettes and slowly convert them to digital, I'm finding tapes that have just five to ten minutes worth of footage on them.

This is one such video. An entire tape, and all that was there was the band performing Hole at the Bottleneck in Lawrence, Kansas.

There's no date on the tape, but based on our hair, the song, and how Shandon introduces it, I'm guessing this was sometime in 1994, not long after we released our first demo, which did contain the song, Hole.

Tuesday, June 21, 2022

JUST ANOTHER FANBOY 272



Today Ian Levenstein from Comic Timing and Comic Geek Speak takes hold of the mic to talk about Sliders, the television show from 1995 and the property that took him from being just another geek, to being just another fanboy.

Enjoy!

Find Ian on Twitter: @i_am_scifi

Comic Geek Speak: www.comicgeekspeak.com

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OR GET IT ANYWHERE YOU GET PODCASTS!

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THE STUFF:


Follow me and the podcast on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

The theme song used is this episode was written and performed for the podcast by Derek Neibarger of Atomic Zombie Records.

Want to help support the show? You can do that in a number of ways:

First, just spread the word. Tell a friend, tell two friends, tell your father, mother, sister, brother, neighbor, coworker, plumber, and even the guy or girl who cuts your hair.

Beyond that you can support Steeven and the show for as little as a dollar a month on Patreon: www.patreon.com/steevenrorr

Or, if the idea of a monthly payment doesn't appeal to you and you just want to throw the show a one time payment, visit ko-fi.com/steevenrorr and buy Steeven and the show a coffee for as little as $3, but as high as you want to go.

Ask me questions, tell me stories, lie to me, speak your truth, make suggestions, or even complain right here: justanotherfanboy@gmail.com

Monday, June 20, 2022

THE SUPERMAN SUPER SHOW 010



A super cop from out of town and a wily small-time crook team up to hunt down the most wanted man in the country: Superman!

All that and more (so much more) as Ed and Steeven talk about Wanted: Superman, the Superman story that appeared in Action Comics #9, which was published by DC Comics with a cover date of February, 1939.

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OR GET THE EPISODE  ANYWHERE YOU GET PODCASTS!

Story synopsis provided by: dc.fandom.com

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THE OTHER STUFF:



If you want to help the show you can first and foremost just spread the word: Tell a friend, tell two friends, tell your father, mother, sister, brother, neighbor, coworker, plumber, and even whomever who cuts your hair.

Feedback can be sent to: thesupermansupershow@gmail.com

Friday, June 17, 2022

VIDEO: THE COMMERCIAL FOR THE ALL INCLUSIVE FROM LARRY


This started out as a parody of a commercial from 1980 for "Original Gold: The Greatest soft rock hits of the '70s!"

But, I wasn't able to quite pull it off, so it turned into what it is now.

Enjoy!


Wednesday, June 15, 2022

VIDEO: LARRY LIVE AT THE DAILY GRIND IN 1996


Here is the last show I played with Larry.

It was sometime in 1996 at The Daily Grind in KCMO, and the only thing I can remember from this show is Karl from Danger Bob telling me that he was gonna hate me forever for leaving the band.

Or maybe it was just that he thought it sucked.

Or maybe he just gave me general words of encouragement.

Or maybe he just said “hey” in passing.

I honestly have no memories that I’m confident are real of this night, though I’m pretty sure I talked to Karl at one point.

Tuesday, June 14, 2022

VIDEO: TRINITY-X LIVE AT THE GRAND EMPORIUM IN 1993


Here is Trinity-X, live at The Grand Emporium in Kansas City, Missouri.

This is, I believe, sometime in 1993.

What do I remember about the Grand Emporium?

Only that the sound booth was actually a room on the second floor that looked out over the stage, which is where we had the video camera.

I also know that I wasn't quite 21 yet and so I had to sit in the sound booth at any time we weren't loading equipment in, setting up, performing, tearing down, and loading equipment out.

Also, the night we played, we changed our name from Trinity-X to Rage, because, as Derek put it when he announced the name change during the show: "If the shoe fits."

We remained Rage for maybe a week? Possibly less?

Monday, June 13, 2022

VIDEO: LARRY LIVE AT THE RHUMBA BOX IN 1994


This is the first show we played in the band, Larry.

March 4, 1994 at the Rhumba Box, an all ages club in Kansas City, Missouri that's no longer around.

I don't remember much from this show, but watching the video now gives me total high school gymnasium vibes. 

Plus, what were we thinking when it came to camera placement? I mean, there's a freaking pole in front of the left hand side of the stage which hides both Jon (the bass player), and myself, for much of the show.

Friday, June 10, 2022

VIDEO: TRINITY-X LIVE AT THE SHADOW IN 1993


This is Trinity-X in 1993 performing live at the Shadow in Kansas City, Missouri, which closed down sometime later in the 90's.

Watching this back, it's amazing that, as loud as we were, we weren't loud enough to drown out the people talking to each other who were sitting around the camera.

You can find much of what we played that night on the major music streaming services such as:




Monday, June 6, 2022

MUSIC VIDEO: SENECA BY LARRY


Hey, look at that, I went and made another music video.

This is the song "Seneca" by the band Larry.

I was (as I'm sure I've said many, many, many, many times before) the drummer for Larry from 1993 to 1996, and in that time we recorded three demos, three songs per demo, for a total of nine songs.

Seneca was a song we recorded for our second demo, which we recorded at Mercy Studios in Lawrence, Kansas in January of 1995 (I thinks). Robert Rebek was the engineer, and an amazing one at that.

I made this on my iPhone using video we shot on an old camcorder during the two days we were in the studio.

Robert, my friend, I didn't know how you might feel about appearing in this music video (we got plenty of Robert on tape), so I left you out . . . well, except for the two or three moments where we see the back of your head.

Sorry, dude. Just know that you were the reason we sounded so good on this song, and both the first and second demos for that matter. On behalf of the rest of the guys, we thank you.

Anyway, I had a lot of fun making this video and while there was about an hour and fifteen minutes of footage to work with, much of it was a bit boring, visually speaking.

Despite that, I think it came out rather well.

Enjoy!

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Friday, June 3, 2022

VIDEO: NOISE CARNIVAL LIVE AT THE BOTTLENECK IN 2000


As I’ve stated already here on the site, I am slowly starting to digitize all of my old VHS tapes of the live shows we did in Larry and Trinity-X back in the 90s.

Today, however, I found one that’s not quite that old, but it’s still old.

So, here's Noise Carnival live at the Bottleneck from January 2000.

Unfortunately, the video didn’t make it through the years without having some issues, both with the audio and visual.

Anyway, I still had fun watching it.

You can find some of the songs we performed that night on 5 song EP, No Apologies, which we re-released under the Trinity-X band name.

No apologies is currently streaming on all the major music streaming services, such as: