Hey gang. I know I rarely post news, but I have personal vested interest in this one, since I’m on the staff. Call it shameless self-promotion, call it what you will.
But the Clickwheel has relaunched.
Brand spankin’ new interface and exclusive content, including Judge Dredd. It’s worth a looksee for comics fans and iPod owners alike.
Sorry, Daku. Sorry, everyone. It took a little while to get everything together for finalization, etc. But rather than making everyone wait longer for more content, here are the remaining five interviews from ConnectiCon 2007.
Sorry for the no-show last week. I was completely without any internets. They’re back, and so are the ConnectiCon videos.
This week we’ve got an interview with relative newcomers Chris “Blondie” Robbins and Kevin Roy of Caf-Fiends. Please Enjoy.
Hey gang, it’s Monday. So that means another video interview for y’all. Here’s Team Atomic Robo, consisting of Brian Clevinger (of 8-Bit Theater) and Scott Wegener. Please enjoy.
Hey gang, it’s Monday. So that means another video interview for y’all. Today, however, there are two! First, here’s Brian Wilson of Hookie Dookie Panic. Please enjoy.
This is probably the best news ever. So best, that it actually required me to tell you all about it, despite how I never write news articles on here (so don’t expect me to do it again).
Four Words: ReBoot Webcomics and Movies.
A trilogy of movies and a Webcomic. It’s as if the boardroom got together and said, “Hmm… how can we remind Phil Kahn that we love him?”
Hey there hi there ho there, folks. We’ve got brand new video interviews for you from last weekend’s ConnectiCon. I was there on my lonesome with super special cameraman help from my good buddy Ross Nover of The Rockets and the future Erfworld spinoff comic known as “Parson’s Gaming Buddies.”
This year’s ConnectiCon was bigger and busier than ever, so the interviews are a tad shorter due to time constraints, but we did our best to grab more folks to speak with who you didn’t see from last year. That being said, here’s the first of nine video interviews with none other than Randy Milholland of Something Positive. Pleas enjoy.
Now available for download. Special thanks to everyone who came and contributed…
* Scott Kurtz – PVP
* Ross Nover – The Rockets! Rock Out!
* Midnight Cartooner – Amazing Super Zeroes
* Zach Weiner & Chason – Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal
* Danielle LaBove – Rolling Damage
And all the listeners. Tune in next time!
We’ll be doing our second livecast tonight (March 14th) at 9:30PM Eastern. In this episode, we will discuss the merits (or possible demerits) of Chris Onstad’s Achewood. I love the strip, Daku hates it, and Brandon is afraid of it. It’ll be an interesting mixture of tastes here, so we look forward to you giving us your opinions on the matter. All you need to do is visit talkshoe.com, download the free software, and call in with Skype or your own phone. See you there!
Hey, folks. Just reminding y’all that we’ll be having ourselves our second Digital Strips Livecast this Wednesday the 14th at 9:30 Eastern. You can find it by clicking the link, and downloading the free software. Then, you just call in with Skype or your own phone. Simple enough, yes?
In said episode, we’ll be discussing Achewood, by Chris Onstad. It’ll be an interesting show, because I love it and Daku hates it. We’re looking to have a lot of varying opinions from callers to figure out what makes Achewood so damned interesting, or what makes it so damned awful, depending on who you are. Expect lots of heavy analysis and child-like name calling.
So. We’ll see you on Talkshoe, This Wednesday the 14th at 9:30 Eastern for the next Livecast!