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That's right, we are fancy this week! Jason Segarra and David HIldebrand have a special guest joining them. Bryan Edward Hill invades the AiPT! Podcast! Bryan is an entertainment industry consultant, author, screenwriter, musician, comic book writer, and graphic designer. He has written numerous comics including Postal, Michael Cray, Romulus, Golgotha, and you can run out today to pick up the beginning of his arc in Detective Comics #983. He has written screenplays for The Mechanik starring Dolph Lundgren and recently The Legend of Muay Thai 9: Satra. The three discuss everything from Batman to condiments to Steven Seagal. Jason and David even get Bryan to admit his poor taste!

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AiPT! Podcast Episode 36: An Evening with Bryan Edward Hill

That’s right, we are fancy this week! Jason Segarra and David HIldebrand have a special guest joining them. Bryan Edward Hill invades the AiPT! Podcast!

That’s right, we are fancy this week! Jason Segarra and David HIldebrand have a special guest joining them. Bryan Edward Hill invades the AiPT! Podcast! Bryan is an entertainment industry consultant, author, screenwriter, musician, comic book writer, and graphic designer. He has written numerous comics including Postal, Michael Cray, Romulus, Golgotha, and you can run out today to pick up the beginning of his arc in Detective Comics #983. He has written screenplays for The Mechanik starring Dolph Lundgren and recently The Legend of Muay Thai 9: Satra. The three discuss everything from Batman to condiments to Steven Seagal. Jason and David even get Bryan to admit his poor taste!

The AiPT Podcast is – Jason Segarra and David Hildebrand. You can find Jason on Twitter @FelixLancaster and you can find David on Twitter @Sycotic. Our guest this week is Bryan Edward Hill, you can find him on Twitter @bryanedwardhill. You can tweet us personally or at the show’s account on Twitter @AiPTPodcast.

 

 

That's right, we are fancy this week! Jason Segarra and David HIldebrand have a special guest joining them. Bryan Edward Hill invades the AiPT! Podcast! Bryan is an entertainment industry consultant, author, screenwriter, musician, comic book writer, and graphic designer. He has written numerous comics including Postal, Michael Cray, Romulus, Golgotha, and you can run out today to pick up the beginning of his arc in Detective Comics #983. He has written screenplays for The Mechanik starring Dolph Lundgren and recently The Legend of Muay Thai 9: Satra. The three discuss everything from Batman to condiments to Steven Seagal. Jason and David even get Bryan to admit his poor taste!

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