This week we talk about Cosplayers “ruining conventions”, VATMOSS, what it may mean for independent artists selling overseas, Telstra blocking Google Lollipop updates, the Sony Pictures hack, and more!
On today’s show, HOTEL, Dan smells absolutely rancid, Mat gets kicked out of the pool for being naked, Andrew gets a rude wakeup call, Fish can’t wake anyone up at all, and Mat’s Mom is just trying to sleep!
On today’s show, MILK, Fish tells a story that starts with a cattle’s birth and ends with the first time she ever played a Mario game, Dan demonstrates what a distressed cow sounds like, Andrew’s claims he’s too good for Mac and Cheese, and Mat tries to be a good friend by eating clumpy dairy products.
We have no Mike, but you can hear us just fine as we talk about Google Inbox, Android, The Hollywood Sign, movies, tech and more!
With this next review, I actually had the pleasure to interview the creators on a prior episode of The Webcomic Beacon. However, I had since been asked to give their webcomic an official review. Will this be awkward?
Have you ever seen that one Jet Li movie? This comic reminds me much of the movie, The One, with Jet Li. Say what you want about that movie. It had a really cool idea, and it was just a lot of fun! Now, I’m not saying that Parallel Man is exactly like The One, but there are some fun similarities. Before I get into the story, however, let’s look at this submission from the beginning.
I’ve reviewed the other comic books of the Black Snow series before; including the I’m Famous spin-off comic book of the Lone Wolf character. … Or was Black Snow the spin-off? In any case, the creators of Black Snow have sent me the latest comic book of the Black Snow franchise: Black Snow: Two Drink Minimum.
Join Diana Nock’s comic story of an intrepid girl robot on a life journey of basically coping with who she is, and her place in a world where she is mostly aloof from the rest of society. Though she has some crazy pets, and a love for tea parties. Mostly a pantomime comic, that is just enjoyable to go through, with its limited pallet.
The Web Comic Secret Santa Exchange is a yearly event started in 2002 by Liz Walsh of The Tao of Geek. Every year a whole bunch of webcomic creators get together and volunteer to create a guest comic or piece of art for a randomly assigned comic.