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Revealing stories about the books, movies, tv, music and more that have changed the lives of gay men. Each week, a guest plucks a piece of entertainment from their past, and answers the question: how did it change your life?
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Sewers & Shuriken's is a 5th edition Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying podcast. Our heroes are a band of mutated turtles that quickly have to learn to survive in the grimy streets of a magically altered New York. Our main music resource is credited to URL: https://www.purple-planet.com Additional sound effects from URL: https://www.zapsplat.com
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Just two people that talk a lot of smack and hypothesize about comics and other stuff, or is it just one person talking all that smack and the other guy just tolerates it? OR otherwise known as Podcast about two nerds rambling about stuff they heard in the week.
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Every month our host Klintron talks with the minds behind some of the most disturbing and obscure comic books of both today and yesterday, with a special emphasis on small press and self-published and the so-called ”Outlaw Comics” movement of the 1990s. Subscribe and you‘ll discover comics you won‘t find anywhere else.
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My guest this week is Jared Pechaček, author of the forthcoming fantasy-horror novel The West Passage. Jared’s work is heavily informed by his homeschooling and his upbringing in the Pentecostal church — influences that found their way into his writing without him realizing it. When he finally did understand just how much his fiction revealed about…
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In this episode, Justin & Eric are speaking with Artist, writer and Creator Ken Garing. We know Ken as the cover artist for the IDW TMNT issues 35,51,52,104& 124, but he also doe the interiors for issues 51 & 52 including the first appearance of Jennika! We are talking about his TMNT work as well as his Sci Fi Series from Image comics Planetoid, Pl…
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The writer Steven Rowley is known for numerous novels: Lily and the Octopus; The Celebrants; The Editor; and The Guncle, which is about a gay man who finds his hands full when he takes in a niece and nephew he never expected to raise. Not only did that novel win the Thurber Prize — it’s now the first installment in a series, with his latest novel, …
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In this episode we continue the Last Ronin the Lost Years with issue # 3. Traveling further into the Asian continent in search of the Warlord Deathworm, The Ronin has become blind! Unable to stop his attackers, he is taken prisoner by a nomadic tribe in Mongolia. The Ronin befriends the tribe, and they teach him how to "see without using his eyes",…
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My guest this week is writer, activist, and former gold trader Karl Dunn, whose new book How to Burn a Rainbow is a memoir of how he pieced his life back together after a chaotic divorce. Karl’s journey from wedded bliss through a nightmare of legal battles and losing his livelihood and then ultimately finding inner peace sounds like a Hollywood na…
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My guest this week is Eli McCann, a lawyer, a humor columnist for the Salt Lake Tribune, and a devotee of Lucille Ball since the age of six. That made him an easy kid to shop for, and by the time he was a teen he’d amassed a treasure trove of Lucy memorabilia … which nearly led to a crisis when he caught wind of his classmates’ plan to ambush him a…
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My guest this week is writer and artist Tim Fish. I first came across his work in the book Liebestrasse, written by Greg Lockard and illustrated by Tim. It’s the story of two men connecting in Berlin in the leadup to World War II, and it’s typical of Tim’s interests — personal, emotional, and thoughtful. Tim’s always been interested in comics, but …
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Next week, comedy legend Carol Burnett turns 91 years old, and in honor of her amazing career and life, for this week’s episode of the Sewers of Paris podcast we’re diving into the archives to revisit my 2018 chat with Carol superfan Justin Root. Justin’s entry to showbiz was kind of a cliché: a pretty young face who arrives in LA with no plan othe…
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My guest this week is author Rasheed Newson, a TV writer who got his start on the show Lie to Me and has gone on to write for The 100, Narcos, Bel Air, and more. Last year his debut novel, My Government Means to Kill Me, made a big splash — it’s the story of a young gay black man who moves to New York during the HIV epidemic. And although Rasheed d…
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Join our cheddar heads as they piece together what clues they find around The Divine Ones body. After traversing the Underboards back to Cheddaropolis, the impromptu detectives are forced to make a choice. A rodent must be punished for this unforgivable crime. Will the gang choose right, or will an innocent rodent bystander fall instead?…
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My guest this week is director Monty Wolfe, whose queer romcom Exploding Boy is now available on streaming. Monty’s path to filmmaking took a lot of swerves over the decades — starting with a teacher who saw the potential in a young teenager, and maybe something a little queer. That was followed by some less helpful guidance from other adults in hi…
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This episode covers the Last Ronin The Lost Years issue #2. The Ronin is on the move from the carnage of the village he left behind, and is in pursuit of the Mysterious Master Yip that was mentioned in Master Splinter's Journal. The Four Young Turtles learn a classic story about Casey Jones and the Turtles from Casey Marie Jones. Then the Ronin is …
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My guest this week is Jesse Murray, who got hooked on soap operas as a kid when he watched them with his mom … and then as an adult, found himself working in writer’s rooms at ABC, helping to make soap operas for a new generation. As a young viewer, Jesse’s enthusiasm for the soaps was bolstered when he saw gay teenage characters on daytime TV. It’…
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My guest this week is Anthony Oliveira, whose new book Dayspring comes out this Easter, April 2, 2024. That’s a particularly suitable pub date, since the book is an exploration of how Christian ideas can infuse and are infused by queer love. Anthony’s a returning guest to The Sewers of Paris — I last spoke to him back in 2017, when our conversation…
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This week, March 17, marks 54 years since the premiere of the groundbreaking film The Boys in the Band. Set in a New York apartment in the 1960s and based on the play by Mort Crowley, it was one of the first major movies to feature majority-queer characters. And to mark that 54th birthday, for this week’s Sewers of Paris I wanted to revisit my conv…
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In this episode we cover the first issue of the Last Ronin the Lost years. After the loss of his brothers and Father, Michelangelo travels the world in search of meaning and to find a quiet place to die. He almost does, but instead happens across a quiet village where he can spend his remaining days reading Master Splinter's Journal and meditating.…
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My guest this week is my friend and colleague Tyler Albertario, a writer and researcher with a magnetic enthusiasm for queer history and culture. Tyler always had an interest in our vast queer past, but it was a chance viewing of a show about gay life in the 80s that turned it into a more serious field of study — and that’s led to some of his fasci…
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In this episode Justin and Eric are joined by the prolific creator of Legacy Comix Patrick Hickey Jr. and artist for Legacy Comix Joshua Adams. Patrick is a Journalist by trade , voice actor and a writer at heart. He has created a world of his own with characters in the gritty vein of Frank Miller and by extension Early Mirage Comics. Patrick has w…
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For this week’s episode, the recent release of Dune Part 2 reminded me of a Sewers of Paris episode from 2018 where my guest Ryan and I talked about the grip that fear can have on a person’s mind. Ryan grew up in a rough environment, where his parents subjected him to devastating homophobia and dangerous "ex-gay" treatments. After Ryan legally eman…
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My guest this week is artist Paul Robinson, who just launched a fantastic new project called Twelve Soldiers. It’s a year-long series of monthly profiles, spotlighting heroes of the queer community — and it’s just one of the ways that Paul hopes to give back to a community that’s been very good to him. Starting from the early days of his career as …
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On this special episode the Women are storming the Sewers!Guest host Lydie aka: the Channel 6 Chick ( Mikey fan) has brought together two turtle fans to talk with her on the TMNT fandom from a Woman's perspective.Joined by Anya (Donatello Fan) and Amanda (Raph fan) to talk about their unique perspective as Female fans of the TMNT.Listen in as they …
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There’s a new trailer out for the upcoming Wicked movie, so I thought it was a good time to dive into the Sewers archives to revisit my chat with Gregory Maguire, author of the Wicked novel, among many other works. Though I’m sure you’re familiar with his book and the musical adaptation, you may not know the extent to which Gregory’s childhood was …
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This Episode is from the Livestream with Danny Harrell and Mike Rooth. Danny who has been working on his book Rebel Grrrls and coloring the TMNT variant covers for Mike, tells us about his origins as a Turtles fan. Then Mike takes the opportunity to Draw his weekly Conan the Barbarian, but with some TMNT flair! We find out just what these two are w…
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My guest this week is a sort of collector of culture. Sam is the co-host of a YouTube series called P and S — be careful not to say it too quickly in polite company — where he and his friend Ewan dissect the strangest pop culture artifacts they can find. Sam’s sensibility was shaped in part by stories about fictional oddballs finding each other. An…
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My guest this week is Mark Daley. Mark’s background is in politics, and included some time as communications director for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign. But a few years ago, he stumbled across an opportunity to apply his advocacy skills in a new arena, when he and his partner became parents — under circumstances that were not exactly what…
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In this episode Justin and Eric are speaking with Artist and TMNT fan Rob aka RZP! His unique style of painting on street signs got our attention last year at Granite State Comic Con. His Villiantober artwork and Instagram posts will show how truly talented he is and you can see his style in everything he does. And boy does he have a great taste in…
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My guest this week is David Levy, co-host of the Muppeturgy podcast. David thrives when he’s putting on a show, goofing around with friends, finding ways to make an audience laugh — but finding the best way to do that took some trial and error and a bit of a lawsuit. We’ll have that conversation in a minute. First, a couple quick announcements, sta…
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My guest this week is Dean FM, a genderqueer rapper from Massachusetts. Dean was always a colorful kid and loved to escape into music — but never considered that it might become a career until a series of setbacks made him re-evaluate where he was living and what he was doing with his life. Dean just released a new album — there’s a link to that in…
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We start off with The TMNT Annual #1 and find Raph and Casey in the heart of a bunch of trouble with the Foot Clan and the Savate! Next is Issue # 21 where the Turtles are surprised by a Clown mask wearing attacker. Picking up with City Fall part one in issue # 22 The Shredder has plans for Leonardo and the Foot Clan uses Casey Jones as bait, part …
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This month sees the return of the Ryan Murphy series Feud, with its first new season in about five years. The topic this time is Truman Capote and his battles with high society. In honor of Capote’s return to the zeitgeist, for this week’s episode we’re diving into the sewers archives to revisit my 2017 conversation with Joseph Krebs, for whom Trum…
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Sorry this episode’s coming a day late! I’m recovering from laryngitis and still can’t talk, so you’ll hear a Very Special Guest introducing this week’s episode. My guest this week is Jin De Luong, author of the novel Naked Love Berlin. Jin never intended to uproot his life and move across the planet. But on what was supposed to be a short vacation…
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I can’t believe this is the case, but we’re just about at the end of 2023 — somehow — and I figured this was a good time to look back at some of my favorite Sewers of Paris episodes of the past year. From a New Orleans ghost-hunter who was inspired by Monty Python, to queer romance novels, to bad gays, to the shocking stories behind 1970s couture, …
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In this episode we cover issues 19 and 20 of the TMNT adventures comic and the Mighty Mutanimals mini series issue #1. First the return of Jaguar and Dreadmon. The Turtles team up in a story that crosses over to the Demonic Null and Skull and Bean from the evil alien insect queen Maligna! The first issue of the Mutant super team The Mighty Mutanima…
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As we veer ever closer to Christmas, this week's episode is a dive into the Sewers of Paris archives for a chat with Scott Shoemaker. Along with his partner Freddie, Scott’s great passion is live weird theater, which manifests in such projects as an ongoing series of live shows in which he plays a boozy pill-popping version of Ms Pac Man, or his an…
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My guest this week is New York comedian Justin Randall, who was a very different person when he moved to the big city a few years ago. Back then he was a closeted actor, and the idea of coming out seemed like a distant dream — and not a good one. But things changed when he started getting up on stage as a stand-up comedian, and discovered the liber…
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In this action figure filled episode, Justin is joined by a few special guests and experts in the world of TMNT Action figures. First, Gary aka "Needdles" his Instagram link and host of the TMNT Party Wagon Podcast joins us. Next we have Youtube sensation Brandon from the High Anxiety Youtube page. Then we have action figure expert and photographer…
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We have two guests this week — filmmakers Melina Maerker and David Miller are the co-creators of a new documentary entitled We Live Here: The Midwest, which follows a variety of brave families enduring challenging circumstances as queer people in conservative parts of the country. Both Melinda and David came to filmmaking out of a desire to tell ot…
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My guest this week is Lucas Hilderbrand, author of the new book The Bars Are Ours, which provides a deep look at the history of gay bars. Before he launched into this intriguing field of study, Lucas bounced around queer culture for several years, looking for the place where he fit in — a journey that included a particularly traumatic experience in…
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In this episode Eric & Justin are speaking with Writer/Artist Rich Woodall. Artist and writer of such classics books and characters as Johnny Raygun, and the Gods of Brutality. We are talking to Rich about his history with the TMNT and his iconic covers! We get to talking about the darker side of things when we dive into some horror discussions, an…
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A new biopic just debuted on Netflix entitled Rustin, about the incredible life of Bayard Rustin — a civil rights leader who worked with Martin Luther King Jr. And this week, we’re diving into the Sewers of Paris archives to hear my 2017 interview with Bayard’s surviving partner, Walter Naegle, as well as with filmmaker Matt Wolf, who made a docume…
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My guest this week is historian Eric Gonzaba, whose fascinating work includes the Wearing Gay History archive — a collection of vintage queer t-shirts — and Mapping the Gay Guides, an accounting of queer travel guides from the 60s and 70s. Eric’s interest in history was piqued at an early age, when he developed an obsession for the Kennedy Center H…
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My guest this week is an old friend. I first met Tim Sheridan about a decade ago, when we were both writers trying to figure out how to make a living doing what we loved. Well, it took some time, but we both figured it out. Today, Tim’s the celebrated writer of major movies and comics, from Justice League to He-Man and Transformers and Batman and S…
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In this episode Justin is bringing along a special guest host to discuss the RPG adventure game Mutants in the Now, and Mutants in the Next! My Guest host is Mr. Doug Hall, the creator of the RPG-EZ system and co host of the "People are my Hyperfocus" podcast on Youtube; and our Guest will be the Creator of the Mutants in the Now game series Mr. Ju…
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My guest this week is actor Ray Stewart, who first came to my attention in the role of Darryl Driscoll on the 70s sitcom Barney Miller. Ray played half of a same-sex couple at a time when such characters were vanishingly rare. But you’ve also seen him on everything from The Bob Newhart Show to Benson to Days of Our Lives and more — and that’s not e…
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My guest this week is Karel Bouley. Back in the 90s, Karel and his partner Andrew Howard were the first openly queer couple to host a major market drive time radio show in the US. And after Andrew unexpectedly passed away in the early 2000s, Karel helped change California laws around suing for wrongful death. For leaving a mark in those and many ot…
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Today in the first episode post Granite State 2023 Eric and Justin are joined by the Production staff, writers, director and actors from the Youtube series TMNT Decennium. We are joined by Le Roy Diaz the director and writer as well as the voice actor for Leonardo. Ray Maddox the voice actor for Master Splinter and Hun. And Sean Something a veritab…
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I’m speaking this week with Wilson Paulino, who co-hosts the Wilferland podcast with his partner Fernando. Wilson grew up in a pretty idyllic tourist town in the Dominican Republic, where life was good … as long as he didn’t talk about who he really was. Quietly closeted, he watched gay couples on American TV shows, living lives that seemed impossi…
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