Dungeon Crawlers Radio wants to welcome to the show once again the funny, talented, and maybe a little insane? Actor and Voice actor, Matt Hill.
Matt is excited and honored to be a character in Shane Moore’s latest novel, "The Apocalypse of Enoch" This is his second time as a character in one of Shane’s novel’s, playing “White Wrath” in his Abyss Walker Series. Matt is looking forward to being part of the Abyss team and meeting all the guests attending Contamination 2012 too! For the last 25 years Matt has been the voice behind and actor on some of the world's most popular Animated, Anime and Film characters. His voice career was launched landing the original character, "Kevin" on the 80's cartoon; Captain Nintendo. Using his love of athletics Matt jumped into the role (and suit) as everyone’s favorite turtle, "Raphael" in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 111. The voice that "Loves Chickens & Buttered Toast", "ED" on Ed Edd & Eddy, the worlds biggest hearted bear "Tender Heart" on Care Bears and a memorable role playing Jackie Chan's Deputy in Shanghai Knights. Matt even had his heart ripped out after kissing Angie Everhart in "Tales From the Crypt; Bordello of Blood". He's extreme skateboarded to his demise playing "Icarus Jones" on Dead Like Me and went down with that big ship in the Atlantic alongside pal Barry Pepper, on "Titanic" (the mini series). He's worked alongside Sir Ben Kingsly in "Moses", as well as, Steven Spielberg produced mini series "Taken", playing whacked out Vietnam Vet, "Willy".
Matt's voice has brought to life some of ANIME's most popular series and movies: "Kira Yamato" on Gundam Seed & Destiny, "Benkotsu" on Inuyasha, "Ryo" on Ronin Warriors, and "Kero" on Cardcaptors.
He's known for voicing surfer's in cartoons as well as movies. One surfer gone wild was, "Kevin" on X-Men Revolution, "Ironhide" & "Carlo's" on Transformers, "Metal Head" on GI-Joe Extreme. And rounding out his penchant for all things "woa dude" he played stoned surfer "Nigel" with Rick Moranis in the movie Big Bully. After some time at the beach, Matt went over to England to voice the title role of "Kom" with Sir John Hurt, Rik Mayall, Michael York and Michael Gambon, in the animated Feature; A Monkey's Tale!
Matt is currently recording the newest PACMAN series set to air in 2013, as well as, Rekkit the Rabbit and Shezow.
Matt’s also been the voice behind radio commercials for: 7-11, Boston Pizza, Gatorade, Nike, Honda, Ford, Volkswagen, The Home Depot, The Bread Garden, Molson Canadian, Granville Island Brewing, Coors, Olive Garden and Whole Foods Market.
This interview will be a phone in interview and will be broadcasted live from Epic Puzzles and Games in West Valley City on Monday September 24, 2012 starting @ 6pm.
Dungeon Crawlers Radio welcomes to the show, Mark Oberle of Palladium Games.
Mark who is a Missouri native who lives in the greater St. Louis area. He describes himself as a “terrible geek” as he isn’t a fan of many things geeky. He is an avid video-gamer (mainly shooters and RPGs), reader (post-apocalyptic, sci-fi, horror, fantasy, mystery, & thriller as well as classic & non-fiction), and heavy-metal connoisseur (Disturbed, Metallica, etc.). He also enjoys various sports from MMA to the MLB (go Cards!), a variety of outdoor activities such as camping and spelunking, and travelling… when he can afford to do so. When it comes to movies and television, science fiction and horror reign supreme with Mark. The Aliens, Predator, Terminator, and Firefly/Serenity properties are his all-time favourites, with movies such as 28 Days Later, Constantine, The Crow, Dark City, Equilibrium, V for Vendetta, and The Watchmen finding a spot in his queue.
Mark started out as a fan of Palladium Books back in 1996, playing Rifts® at a friend's birthday party and later at Scout camp. In the year 2000, he started a Rifts® campaign that lasted eight years and a Heroes Unlimited™ campaign for three years before going on hiatus. In that time, the most ambitious writing goal he had was to someday be published in The Rifter®.
He’d never really considered himself a "writer," so the road to his first book had a few curves. The Crisis of Treachery was the catalyst that drew Mark back to a deepened involvement with Palladium Books. For him, like many others, the fight to help Palladium culminated in the 2006 Open House, where he and his future co-writer, Irvin Jackson, would each inquire about writing a book for the Nightbane® RPG line independent of the other. By the end of the convention, his and Irvin’s ideas were blending so well they were completing one-another’s sentences. Shortly thereafter, Palladium contacted Mark about writing for an upcoming issue of The Rifter®. Mark was bewildered because no one at Palladium had seen his writing work (it hardly existed anyway) but Kevin had apparently seen something in him that even Mark didn’t recognize. So, when Mr. Siembieda instructed him to “consider this his interview,” Mark accepted the challenge. Six years later, Mark has written material for Nightbane®, Heroes Unlimited™ and Rifts®, as well as Rifter® contributions in issues 39, 43, 44, 48 and 50, as well as the acclaimed short story "Casualties of War" in the Rifts® Tales of the Chi-Town Burbs™ anthology. His highest profile work to date, however, is the co-written Nightbane® Survival Guide™, the direct result of his collaboration with Irvin Jackson.
These days, Mark continues to work on projects for Nightbane® and Rifts®, and has plans for a few more collaborations with fellow freelancers. He also plans to write personal (non-Palladium) novels. Meanwhile, Mark is dedicated to obtaining his Master's Degree in clinical psychology from Missouri State University. Of course, he plans to continue his game-writing and looks forward to a bright future for Palladium Books.
This interview will be a phone in interview and will be broadcasted live from Epic Puzzles and Games in West Valley City on Monday September 17, 2012 starting @ 6pm.
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Dungeon Crawlers Radio welcomes once again to the show author, Amber Argyle. Amber will be on the show talking about her latest book Witch Born.
WITCH BORN - Brusenna thought it was finished.
She defeated the Dark Witch, saving the Haven Witches from imprisonment and death. She found love and a place to belong.
She was wrong.
Haven is not the sanctuary it appears to be. Even love is in danger of slipping away like water through cupped hands.
Some things can't be saved.
A new threat merges with the old as the Witches’ dark history begins to catch up with them. Only Brusenna knows the extent of the danger and how to stop it, though doing so might cost her everything.
Including her life.
Will Brusenna be required to make the ultimate sacrifice?
This interview will be broadcasted live from Epic Puzzles and Games in West Valley City on Monday September 3, 2012 starting @ 6pm.
Dungeon Crawlers Radio is an exciting and unique geekly podcast & “Live” Internet Radio show that focuses on gaming, comics, fantasy & Sci-fi Books, and many more aspects of the world of geek never tackled before. Each week, your hosts Revan and a Guy Named Joe, will guide you through different aspects of table top gaming, from character creation to adding realization, in ways that you never even considered possible! With a slue of special guest interviews like Tracy Hickman, R.A. Salvatore, Larry Corriea and more!