The Secret is out
I’ve been rooting for Pulp Secret to flourish ever since their executive producer, my old college friend David Levin, first gushed to me about it. And in the short time they’ve been around the site has branched out from their 5-minute video news segments to a weekly talk and interview show to David making good on his vow to give away items in his prized comic book collection on a regular basis.
But for me, there was still something missing. And some of it had to do with me not being able to tell the three young white male self-amused hosts apart. I’m sure they’re nice guys and all, but it was (as the Brits say) much of a muchness.
Now finally, with webcast #18, the video news segments have a female face.
She’s Ana Hurka-Robles, a director and writer from NYC who’s been behind the camera until now. Says AHR, "I’m part of a small crew that produces the episodes, so I get a chance to direct, shoot, write, research, and edit. I know that film degree would come in handy some day!" (I think someone else may have "edited" her name up there.) You can catch her on-screen debut here, at about 3:45 into the webcast, but she narrates capsule reviews in webisodes 10 and 15 as well.
Thanks, David & co., for expanding PS to include the other half of the population!