This week’s word is “adoption”! We tackle Dan’s complicated back-story from the day he was conceived to the day he poisoned his friends with frozen beverages. Also, we worship Mat’s Mom, Fish goes searching for cookies, Mat puts his foot in questionable places, and Andrew nearly jumps out of a moving vehicle.
Megan Lavey-Heaton & Isabelle Melançon of the comic Namesake come on to the show to talk about their comic and their coming comic anthology book, Valor.
Fes Works does a video comic review of “End of the Rainbow” by Matt Cresswell and Thom Vollans. I apologize for getting the URL incorrect in the video. Also, trying something new with the videos (again).
This week’s word is “Spam”, sent to us by Ian N! On today’s show, Dan gets surprised with a can of gelatinous almost-meat, Mat poetically reads his junk mail, Andrew responds to the loudest offer ever, and Fish explains how to get “remodeled”.
I’ve been doing these reviews for a while now, and you have probably caught on that I heavily review presentation, especially for webcomics. That’s because I believe it’s absolutely important and critical to present yourself well, or you are leaving money on the table, and potential readers are passing you by.
Fes interviews JoJo of Hiveworks, to try and figure out how he managed to develop the quickest growing, and now one of the largest, web comics publisher.
Because nobody nominated him, he decided to charge ahead and get things going for his peers. Please go to www.ALSA.org to make a donation. With the amount raised this summer, they can get some serious research done in the next few years!
Focusing on a… well… “henchgirl”, this comic gives a different perspective of the crime industry, in a world of super heroes. The art is a little up and down, but it has a cast of characters that are fun to follow.