Travis joins me as cohost on Google Hangouts to discuss our thoughts about and our experiences at the 2016 Emerald City Comicon, but first we talk about news coming out of Image Expo.
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This week we bring you something new as the guys sit down with Kirby Krackle’s Kyle Stevens. Kirby Krackle is a “nerd rock” band. Writing and performing songs about topics they are passionate about like comic books, video games and nerd culture. The guys sit down with Kyle and talk music, movies and comics. Don’t forget to check out their new album being released next month Mutate Baby, featuring the single No Spoilers please. So sit back and enjoy!
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In this episode I recap my second day at the Emerald City ComiCon in Seattle. Sci-Fi Speed Dating, locating the secret TR!CKSTER bar, and seeing artists paint on naked people.
March 30 – April 1, I will be in Seattle attending the 10th annual Emerald City Comicon. This episode we (Travis, a special guest, and I) discuss the con, why we’re so excited about it, and what we’re looking forward to.
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Brandon’s back in Japan (and yes, we’re OK following the earthquake!), and he and Tim discuss I Kill Giants, by Joe Kelly and JM Ken Niimura. In approaching an emotional topic through fantasy, blurring the lines between the two, is it effective or confusing?
Also, part 2 of Tim’s report on Emerald City Comicon! Notes and links below the jump.
Armed with an awesome press pass, Tim walks the floor of Seattle’s Emerald City Comicon! It’s his first time attending a con, and as everyone keeps telling him, for a first-con experience, you can’t beat Emerald City. As he gathers material for future episodes of this podcast, Tim collects quick interviews, with creators known and unknown! All the names and links are below the jump!
Old-Fashioned Comic Book Nostalgia-y Goodness!!
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