Toon Radio has acquired the rebroadcast rights to the Fanboy Radio talk show.

Toon Radio is an internet radio station that specializes in animation soundtracks from around the world. Toon Radio is a proud member of the Audiorealm Radio Network and SWCI. Toon Radio operates out of Buffalo, New York.

Fanboy Radio (FbR) is a radio talk show about the comic book industry, its art, creators, and fans. Each week, two hours of comics commentary are highlighted by insider interviews with top creators, news, and live calls from listeners like you.

Consistently breaking, celebrating, and poking fun at the geeky FANBOY stereotype is a staple of the show. From the most die hard fan to the newest of the new…all are welcome. Casual… loose… smart… fun… this is not your father’s comic talk show! Some of the top names in comics have stopped by the show to talk about their crafts, give their opinions, and offer exclusive news items to FbR listeners. Artists, writers, colorists, letterers, Company Execs, etc, have all found their way onto FbR and its friendly environment. The world of Independent comics and creators, as well as animation, TV, and film, are also well represented in the FbR show archives.

Fanboy Radio broadcasts live from the KTCU studios in Fort Worth, Texas. Fanboy Radio is heard twice a week. On Sundays (7:00pm EST), FbR broadcasts live from the Fanboy Studios. During this show, There is usually feature Q&A sessions with some of the most important and influential personalities in our field. On Wednesdays (2:00pm EST), the show is a pre-recorded episode (not a re-run) that focuses on the lesser known aspects of the hobby. Small press, book reviews, DIY segments, debates, independent spotlight, and comedy bits can all be apart of this type of show. Rerun showings for Toon Radio’s European, Asian, and Australian markets will air Thursday and Friday mornings. It will begin airing on Toon Radio on August 15.

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Xaviar Xerexes

Wandering webcomic ronin. Created Comixpedia (2002-2005) and ComixTalk (2006-2012; 2016-?). Made a lot of unfinished comics and novels.