Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Episode 56 - Convention Highs and Woes

The cast of Beaucoup Pop is back, bringing you everything you need to know about whats going on in the pop culture world...and maybe some things that you didn't need to know, BUT WE GIVE IT TO YOU ANYWAY!!!

We’re officially back Poppers!!!  How we survived two weeks without you, we'll never know. Boy do we have a lot to talk about.  Not only did we attend the third annual C2E2 in the windy city of Chicago, but we also made an appearance at S.P.A.C.E. Con!  Head on over to to view pic, vids and some audio from C2E2 and SPACE. More on the way!!
That’s not all! This week we interview the awesome Mr. Jeremy Whitley,  writer of the Eisner nominated comic book series Princeless!!  He gives us some back story on how the ever growing popular book came to be, and what’s in store for the brave Princess Adrienne. Check out issue #1 for free below!

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Jeremy Whitley ( is a writer living in Raleigh, North Carolina with his lovely wife Alicia. He has a degree in English and Creative Writing from The University of North Carolina. Along with artists Jason Strutz and Charlie Harper, he co-founded the small comic book press Firetower Studios.
Currently he writes the ongoing series “The Order of Dagonet” with Jason Strutz as well as several other project that are in production. Jeremy and Jason have an ongoing short in the speculative fiction magazine “Bull-Spec” entitled “The Long Lives of Heroes,” and he’ll also be published in the upcoming collection of super-powered short stories, “No More Heroes” from The Library of the Living Dead.

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