Douglas Goldstein Interview Podcast: The Comic Years Podcast
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The Comic Years Podcast: Emmy Award Winner Douglas Goldstein Interview

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BY March 31, 2021 is very much the house that Geeks built. So it was my honor to interview someone who has major geek credibility. With one of the biggest contributors to the current geek landscape as a guest, this episode of the Comic Years Podcast is a special one. This is the Douglas Goldstein interview podcast, featuring the head writer of Robot Chicken and the creator of the new Devil May Care animated adult series. So check out this episode for a discussion on how Doug was at the forefront of Geek culture. Before it got to the mainstream.

The Douglas Goldstein Interview Podcast Starts With Major Geek Creds

Douglas Goldstein Interview Podcast Doug. Image via Gage Skidmore.

One of the guys who started at the ground floor of Wizard Magazine, Doug was a genuine delight to speak with. This podcast tracks his incredible rise to a contributor to the mainstream geek culture. From someone just helping out doing various work at one of the founding contributors to geek-culture, to becoming an Emmy Award-winner. While Doug himself doesn’t think his journey is inspiring, there is definitely is a lot that could inspire many others in similar fields.

How I Made Doug Drop All Kinds Of Names, Reluctantly

During the Douglas Goldstein interview podcast, we cover a lot. Everything from how Doug became involved in the amazing superhero and geek parody and spoof show Robot Chicken, to winning awards. Not to mention rubbing shoulders with the who’s who of all the major fandoms. I trick Doug into telling stories from his past. Doug recalls his meetings  involving some major creators, filmmakers, and basically legends that he’s met that influenced his works.

After winning countless accolades, Doug created his own brand new animated adult series in Devil May Care. I was very impressed with the tone and absolute craziness of that new show. Not to mention the amazing voice cast that Doug got together. In this episode, we also discuss how the show came together, along with the impressive cast. Not to mention planning ahead to where Doug’s legend-in-the-making career will take him next. My takeaway from the entire show is just how humble Douglas Goldstein is. And this is despite his history with fandom and creating geek content for decades now, and being an award-winning creator.

Check out Devil May Care on SYFY’s TZGZ adult block.

Subscribe to the Comic Years Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or on your favorite podcasting app for more upcoming creator interviews.

Featured image via SYFY.

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Shah Shahid is an entertainment writer, movie critic (so he thinks), host of the Split Screen Podcast (on Apple Podcasts & everywhere else) and filmy father on a mission to educate his girls on decades of film history. Armed with uncontrollable sarcasm and cautious optimism, Shah loves discussing film, television and comic book content until his wife’s eyes glaze over. So save her by engaging him on his own blog at or on Twitter @theshahshahid.

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