A geeky podcast currently featuring Brendan Creecy and Phil Vecchio talking about books, movies, soda, Doritos, video games, Disneyland, and so much other stuff. Also classic episodes featuring the brendoman.com crew.
Brendo is joined this week by Uncle Noah, a DJ and electronic musician. They talk all things electronic music and Noah’s experiences with it as both a DJ and producer. They also talk about video games, comic books, and other geeky stuff. Thanks for listening and tell your friends!
Brendo is joined by guest Nathan Schulz, creator and writer of The Shrouded City. They talk about all things comics, creating, Marvel movies, and other assorted geek stuff. Thanks for listening and please tell your friends!
Brendo finally decided it was time to dig into the depths of the archives and start posting the rest of the 2017 Podfest interviews. This episode contains chats with the amazing Darcy Staniforth and The Dollop co-hosts Gareth Reynolds and Dave Anthony. Sorry for the delay in posting these and thanks to everyone who participated. Thanks for listening and please tell your friends!
Brendo is joined by Pete Drummond of Myopic Studios. They discuss Pete’s previous career in support at Blizzard, World of Warcraft, Pete’s journey to Texas (twice), board games, 80’s cartoons, and lots more. Be sure to join the Myopic Studios mailing list! Book Brendo to do stand up! Thanks for listening and tell your friends!
Brendo is back! I guess this is now an interview show and we’ve got our first guest, Bryan Strang. Bryan was a frequent guest on Party Truck USA, one of Brendo’s all-time favorite podcasts. He also worked on two View Askew movies and is an all-around cool dude. Check out Brendo’s stand up at the new brendoman.com. Thanks for listening and tell your friends!
Where did all the time go? I have no idea and I apologize. Brendo talks to Alice Fraser from Tea With Alice about current events, comedy, and more. Brendo then has a chat with Chris Mancini from Comedy Film Nerds about movies and podcasting. Thanks for listening and tell your friends! Call the hotline at (714) 408-7091!