The Two Gay Geeks 🏳️🌈 have a chat with Jack Mangan, podcaster and literally Jack of all trades. He is here to chat with us about a new Indiegogo campaign he has launching soon for a Comicbook adaptation of the Metallica song, “Am I Evil”. This was great to catch up with Jack and learn about his new endeavor. Have a listen and we hope you enjoy this as much as we did.
About JAck Mangan
Jack Mangan is an author, podcaster, musician, father, etc., born in New Jersey, but now residing in Arizona. His novel, “Spherical Tomi”, was among the first wave of podcast fiction releases, and was the first number one title at Podiobooks.com. His fiction and non-fiction writings have appeared in numerous online, print, and podcast venues, including such prestigious outlets as Michael A. Stackpole’s Chain Story, Tales from the Ministry, Interzone Magazine, Podthology: The Pod Complex, Theme and Variations, 2020 Visions, and Tales of the Talisman – – in addition to independently-produced audio productions of his work at Wander Radio, Variant Frequencies, and Beam Me Up. More info about Jack Mangan and his work at:
Whether it’s Metallica’s iconic cover, or Diamond Head’s groundbreaking original, “Am I Evil?” is the perfect Heavy Metal song, a thrilling 8-minute journey into a world of violence, bloodshed, dark magic, beauty, and vengeance.
“Am I Evil? The Graphic Novel” takes us deep into the story of the song, from the fiery execution of the young anti-hero’s mother, on through his madness, his assassin’s training under The Prince, his connection to the mysterious “sweet and timely whore,” and ultimately, his bloody quest for vengeance.
Join us in visualizing this storytelling journey that began 40 years ago in Stourbridge, England, then leapt from Lars Ulrich’s garage to the largest stages in the world.
How does our anti-hero carry out his revenge? Who are the twenty-seven who killed his mother? Was she really a witch? Find the meaning of the “bodies on the ice” and the “sweet and timely whore” in the pages of the “Am I Evil?” Graphic Novel.
Our mission: create a graphic novel based on the story from “Am I Evil?” – – one of the greatest songs in Rock and Heavy Metal history. We have Diamond Head’s blessing, we have an award-winning art team, a killer script, and the triumphant return of Podcast author pioneer Jack Mangan.
You’re the final and most important member of the team! Please support our campaign to bring the epic story of Am I Evil? to life as a graphic novel!
Cheyenne Wright The Art of James F. Beveridge James F. Beveridge Derek Mah Rich Catino Jack Mangan Richard Clark Diamond Head
Our fantastic promo video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XUyPjGzBThc
Indiegogo Site Available September 9th:
In our second segment, we chat about the death of Ben’s Mom, Maria Hughes. We also highlight recent articles posted to the tggeeks.com in the past week. As always we have our birthdays and we have the ever-popular feedback segment.
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- TG Geeks Episode 288
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