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The Dork Forest

Dork on Dork Dialog with Jackie Kashian. I am interested in whatever dorky thing you want to talk about. Guests speak to their love of books, TV, Movies, Comic books, websites, food, wrestling, cars, action figures and bees. There is room for all in The Dork Forest. This is a safe space. Credits: Music composed and performed by Mike Ruekberg (Sarah Cohen on intro) Audio fixes by Patrick Brady Website design by Vilmos
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jackiekashian.com Archive - Pre-September 2010 donate to the dorky effort
Sep 6, 2011

My guest is the comic, actor and gentleman: Baron Vaughn. He wanted to talk Shakespeare but he brought his non-popular card collection with him. Have you heard of Hyborian Gates? No one has. But you’re going to hear Baron Vaughn from USA’s Fairly Legal and I talk around games and movies and more Game of Thrones. Then some Shakespeare. Enjoy.

 

Credits:

Audio leveling by Patrick Brady

Music is by Mike Ruekberg.
Website design by
Vilmos: who has his OWN podcast.

 

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Notes:

LA Noire

Uncharted 2

Mortal Kombat

Infamous 2

Fairly Legal

Munchkin

Rifts and other Palladium Books Store

Champions

Pathfinder

Civil Rights Museum in Memphis

Star Wars Game (Wizards of the Coast)

DC Universe Trading Cards

Chocolate Frog Cards

Mr. Mxyzptlk

Marvel Cards – Boris Vallejo and Julie Bell

Shadow Fist

Hyborian Gates

Jared Logan – NY Comic

Ecco the Dolphin

Cy Amundson

Museum of Sex

Christopher Atkins is NOT Willie Aames

Krull

Roy Wood Jr.

Auggie Smith

The Spanish Prisoner

Peter Dinklage

John Roy

William Shakespeare’s First Folio

Jacobean Theatre

4 Comments
  • over six years ago
    jackie
    I KNOW about the links. boo, but fixed now. I'll have to give it another chance too. ;) b/c I didn't get it initally either. but, baron is great in everything. first time I saw him was a staged good morn america thing he did in NYC with my friend Lizz Winstead. (creator of the daily show. yeah. i know her).
  • over six years ago
    Rachel
    Oh please oh please have Baron back on as soon as possible!!! FYI, I forwarded him a link to zipcar's website. They didn't give a shit about my bad credit and now I get to drive, yay!
  • over six years ago
    Todd Mason
    I'm tempted to give FAIRLY LEGAL another chance...Sarah Shahi has a lot of good feeling behind her after good work in THE L WORD and particularly LIFE, but wow, the first episode or so I saw...meanwhile, BURN NOTICE is the only USA series since MONK to get broadcast network clearance, albeit on the small MNT network (the one Rupert Murdoch came up with to make up for his orphaned UPN stations not having a network after the UPN/WB merger to become the CW)(KCOP 13 in LA). Jeffrey Donovan also good in BELIEVE IN ME; Gabrielle Anwar usually good if starved in whatever she does, except having a sandwich afterward.

    Fantasy films...I don't suppose you're dealing with, say, THE SEVENTH SEAL, or SPIRITED AWAY or MP AND THE HOLY GRAIL or BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (the Jean Cocteau version) or even GROUNDHOG DAY to help wash away the DRAGONSLAYER flavor, eh?

    Vallejo and Bell, particularly he, not unfamiliar with the bondage themes...and not the only careful anatomists in fantasy art, by any means. Good at improbably revealing clothing, though--body glue will out. Hard to argue they aren't thoroughgoing artists...

    You know, I would've guessed that the imp Mr. M in SUPERMAN would've been introduced instead by Otto Binder, who did a lot to lively up Superman comics after Mort Weisinger started editing them and brought a lot of pulp sf writers on board to write the comics scripts...not that Siegel and Schuster weren't capable comics folks and sf fans, just not as facile as Binder...
  • over six years ago
    Todd Mason
    Currently, the "play" button on the page under BV's headline is linked to the Graham Elwood show...though "direct download" brings up the proper episode...