In the twenty-fourth episode host DANNO KLONOWSKI speaks with Matt Risnes . Despite the fact this podcast is the audio sampling of MN Cartoonists, Matt is in fact NOT a cartoonist, rather Matt is one of Danno’s oldest friends on earth.  In addition to that honor, Matt is an avid film aficionado, as well as a blogger and frequent and sought after film podcast guest who, rather than filling the internet with nerd rage, fills his blog posts and podcast appearances with eloquent logic and critical thinking about the medium of filmmaking.  That in mind, Danno and Matt spend this episode breaking down and discussing their favorite (and least favorite) film adaptations of comic books.  Matt provides the insight into the filmmaking and Danno discusses the ways in which being either faithful or disrespectful of the source material can make or break a film (depending on the film, obviously).

SPOILER ALERTS!!! If you have not seen the recent DARK KNIGHT RISES or AMAZING SPIDER-MAN (and good for you on that one), we discuss key plot points. Other films discussed include: SCOTT PILGRIM vs THE WORLD, BATMAN ’89, The HELLBOY series, the recent Marvel films including AVENGERS, THE CROW, and several more.

The Lutefisk Sushi Podcast is sponsored by the INTERNATIONAL CARTOONIST CONSPIRACY, the ALTERED ESTHETICS GALLERY, and the NORDEAST COMICS SUMMIT.  The Lutefisk Sushi podcast is a STAPLEGENIUS.COM(cast) production.

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  1. Captain Ringfinger says:

    Thanks for the program.

    | Reply Posted August 2, 2012, 8:06 am
  2. Joel Lueders says:

    Good conversation! This is the first lutefisk podcast I’ve listened to. I was looking for other Minneapolis podcasts, and you both sounded intelligent, funny, and I enjoyed hearing you back up your opinions. This is the longest podcast episode ive ever listened to. Ps if you are using GarageBand, are you using the peak limter on your master track? If not, I recommend it as The recording was really quiet except when you opened soda cans.

    | Reply Posted August 15, 2012, 6:51 am

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