Time to celebrate with the EPIC Comic Book Central 7th anniversary special! Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Popeye, The Electric Company, Star Trek, Justice League – I’m taking a look back at the memorable guests and moments from the past year, including some of your favorites!


Date: November 14, 2020







She’s righteous, brighteous and WAY outta-sighteous! From The Electric Company’s pop/rock group, The Short Circus, June Angela is here! June drops by as I close out my series of in-depth interviews looking back at the electrifying and entertaining 1970s educational series. PLUS – we’ll talk about her time on Broadway starring opposite Yul Brynner in The King and I, meeting up with TV icons the Sweathogs, and how she’s still educating kids with her work in voiceovers.
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Date: November 2, 2020







My Electric Company celebration continues with Skip Hinnant! Skip solved the mysteries of grammar as Fargo North Decoder AND battled the Amazing Spider-Man as the Spoiler on the series. He also originated the role of Schroeder on stage in You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown and gave voice to Fritz the Cat for animation legend, Ralph Bakshi. Time to turn it on and bring on the power with Skip Hinnant!
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Date: November 1, 2020







Continuing my look back at the sensational 70s series The Electric Company with Judy Graubart! Judy talks about her time doing improv at Chicago’s Second City, swinging from vines and teaching grammar on The Electric Company as Jennifer of the Jungle, and teaming up with the Amazing Spider-Man!
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Date: October 31, 2020







Looking back at nearly a half-century of The Electric Company with the cast! First up, Hattie Winston is here! Star of stage and screen, Hattie chats about working with both Ted Danson and Eddie Murphy, and she reminisces about her time on the 70s comedy/education series where she danced and sang with Morgan Freeman, battled Spider-Man, AND made history as part of a TV interracial couple and Marvel Comics’ first Spider-Woman!
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Date: October 28, 2020






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