We Are back with season 2 of Isolated Confusion joined by our new co-host Becca Ward and our guest for today is NYC comic Andrew Steiner of the Knowledge Daddies who you can find on YouTube and you can also find him outside of that by going to his Facebook page Andrew Steiner or on instagram at ndrewsteiner and fake_podcast. Our musical guest this week is See See Beats (featuring Jimmy So Dope & Shaleen Thomas). You can find his work and collaborations on YouTube, Spotify, & soundcloud and you can follow him on instagram at caseykeyboardproducer.
In this episode I talk with comedian and fellow podcaster Andrew Steiner! We talk the difficulty we can have in feeling as though we are properly expressing our grief, and how to deal with our struggles when everyone we know only shares their successes. We also talk about the ways in which we prioritize content creation versus promotion, and the power of passion projects. Check out Andrews podcast Knowledge Daddies! Watch the show on YouTube! Follow me @WheresTheGrief on twitter and IG WheresTheGrief@gmail.com
This episode is about manga and anime but also Western comics. Does Mad Magazine count as a comic book? Who is Lobo? Who's a better artist, Scott Adams or Matt Groenig? Remember Akbar and Jeff? What was the appeal of the Marvel and DC trading cards? Is the Dragonball manga kid friendly? How different are anime adaptations of manga? Was Japan ahead of the curve in terms of adapting manga to anime? What is a good way to get started in manga? Are there superheroes in manga? Is Scott Pilgrim manga? What makes something manga? Does it have to be Japanese or is it a style of art or something else? What do the Koreans call manga? What is the number one reason why manga and anime are so intimidating? Why are most graphic novels good? What is Locke and Key? Should you read the comics before you watch the Netflix show? Why was the Ghost Rider movie so bad? Reading tips: Invincible, Calvin and Hobbes, Akira, Assassination Classroom, Buddha (manga), Phoenix (manga), Galaxy Express 999, Ranma 1/2, Black Jack (manga, and anything by Osamu Tezuka), manga by Yoshihiro Tatsumi, Locke and Key, Joe Sacco's Palestine, Habibi, Kafka on the Shore (prose novel). Recommended anime: Ping Pong, Cowboy Bebop. Recorded December 18, 2020 via Cleanfeed
QUINNSPIRACY: EPISODE 61 - SLEEPING IN THE PARK w/ Andrew Steiner
In this episode, we are graced with a call in from Andrew Stiener. This man is a big fan of this podcast and will admit it if you give him enough MAGIC TRUFFLES. When will the post APOCALYPSE campfire open mics start?? Are DUTCH women easy?? Do your SNEAKERS make a good pillow?? When will Anthony Quinn's SPECIAL costume be ready?? Who are the POGUES?? These Metropolitan questions and some suburban questions will be answered on this episode of QUINNSPIRACY.
Get out your reading glasses. This week Andrew Steiner (How to Meditate: A Burlesque Show, True K Pod) and I sit down to talk literary songs. There's a lot of book talk in this. Andrew's playlist: Tom Joad-Woody Gutherie Cemetery Gates-The Smiths Everyday I Write The Book-Elvis Costello & The Attractions The Battle of Evermore-Led Zeppelin Eli, The Barrow Boy-The Decemberists Shangri-La-The Kinks Sweet Jane-The Velvet Underground Suzanne-Leonard Cohen Dire Wolf-The Grateful Dead James' Playlist: For Whom the Bell Tolls-Metallica Lovecraft in Brooklyn-the Mountain Goats Stuck Between Stations-The Hold Steady A Song for Ernest Hemingway-The Wonder Years Burn After Writing-The Menzingers Desolation Row-Bob Dylan One Great City!-The Weakerthans The Fisher King Blues-Frank Turner That's Just the Way that I Feel-Purple Mountains Follow Peter on Instagram (@ndrewsteiner) Follow James on Instagram (@JamesPCrowley) and Twitter (@JamesPCrowley68). Listen to the Infinite Playlist on Spotify and Apple Music. Music: https://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music
Well it's been 109 episodes since we last had him, but here it is the return of Andrew Steiner. We had a really good chat about comedy and some of the stuff we've been thinking about lately. We also recorded an episode of his podcast, True K Podcast, that will probably be uploaded in the next few days. We talked about being Jews! Great episode. Link to his podcast is below. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/true-k-pod/id1166414629
Andrew Steiner is one of my good comedy friends, he is perhaps the most unique person I know. We had been having a lot of very good conversations at open mics so we decided to record something and it came out really great! It was a super fun time I hope you enjoy it.
140- Exploiting Africans & Careers In Drag - With Andrew Steiner
The Fake Outrage Report
Outrage in Colorado when a middle school career day introduces students to the option of becoming a drag queen. Meanwhile on the internet, someone gets mad about a bro's wedding pictures that were taken in Africa... last year. Andrew Steiner, who is neither a drag queen or an African, joins us to discuss.