We’re back! I know we said Rick Remender would be our guest, but due to some last minute complications, we had to reschedule him (to next week!). So Chris & Euge get to sit with the lovely and talented Ming Doyle, artist of The Loneliest Astronauts and whose work you’ve also seen in Marvel’s Girl Comics anthology. It’s an episode about HeroesCon, dream romance, and lovely skies as the crew is back again with the incredible, and all that goodness.
Thanks again to the wonderful Ming Doyle for effortlessly sliding from third chair into guest on this very crazy episode. Check out all her stuff at her website, talk to her on twitter, and buy her amazing sketchbook here. The sketchbook is really beautiful, guys.
I know I said I’d have a new theme for this ep, but no joke….I had it written out, and I accidentally closed the file without saving. This happened like, a day or two ago. 🙁 I’ll have a new theme hopefully next week. DAMN YOU TECHNOLOGY!!!
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It’s been a weird week for Euge. So when shit gets real on War Rocket Ajax, Chris and Euge do an Edit-Free Ajax Bonus Round, answer listener questions, and just when you think the show’s over….they go to Cuba and blow a bunch of stuff up. Maybe not that last part, but you get the idea.
Take a moment to join the Adam WarRock facebook fan page and help me out. Again, thank you so much to everyone who’s said amazingly nice things to me this week. You guys can’t know how much it means to me.
Join the movement: SAVE MOCKTOPUS! We love Max Huffman and only want him to be able to make webcomics to the best of his ability. Chris and I have supported him, as well as a number of listeners to the show. But if you haven’t, go give! It will make your heart grow three times bigger.
It’s a show that’s as familiar as your Sunday Morning Newspaper Comics section, when Josh Fruhlinger of the Comics Curmudgeon chats with the crew. Hear us talk about Funky Winkerbean, Apt. 3G, Beetle Bailey, and why they all suck while we continue to love them. Also, Chris takes on a slew of haters and we talk about Iron Man 2. It’s an Episode 30 blowout!
Please check out Josh at http://joshreads.com; and chat with him on twitter. If you’re not reading The Comics Curmudgeon, seriously, you need to.
With the skill of gymnastics, and the kill of karate, Matt Singer, host of the IFC.com podcast and on-air host of IFC news, joins us to talk about his lifelong scholarly pursuit of watching and discussing the cinematic merit of Gymkata. We also talk about his time interning with Troma Entertainment, and comics reviews!
Tom Katers, of Tom vs. the Flash, Tom vs. the JLA, Around Comics and iFanboy, joins us for the whole episode as we talk about D&D, Miley Cyrus, Silver Age comics, and well…anything else that comes up. This guy knows what I’m talkin’ about, right?
Check out Tom Vs. the Flash on iTunes, at his blog, and also chat with Tom on twitter. Remember to check out Tom’s columns on iFanboy as well every Friday as well.
I’m pretty sure you can find “Party and Bullshit in the USA” if you use your industriousness on the web. It’s a great mashup, shouldn’t be missed. Here’s the Adam WarRock song that I made out of “Party in the USA.”
Hey, we hear that the Awesomed by Comics Podcast is pretty AMAZINGLY GREAT this week. Go check it out!
Thanks to the Ampersands for that great theme remix! Check out more of their music on myspace, or buy their album on iTunes.
If you don’t know what we’re talking about, the conversation about the webcomics/podcast brawl happened in this debacle of an episode, with Curt and Chris of Let’s Be Friends Again. No, they are not a couple (yet?).
Curt Franklin and Chris Haley of Let’s Be Friends Again sit in on the whole episode, and basically try their best to ruin our show. Did they succeed?! Tune in to find out.
Check out Let’s Be Friends Again at their website, where you can buy stuff like their book, tshirts, prints, and coupons for hot sex on a platter with one of the guys. Also, you can buy their book on Amazon.
Check out Say it Backwards, and buy some of his Superman stuff. Check out the two posts here and here.
Here’s some links to Chris’s Leo Quintum/Lex Luthor theories that he mentioned when talking about All Star Superman (here, here, here, and here)
Follow Curt on twitter here, and Chris on twitter here
Here’s my Scott Pilgrim rap (link). Here’s the Former Fat Boys (link). You decide which is better.
Go check out Max Huffman‘s awesome comic, Mocktopus, which he does between sick burns class and improv comedy.
Comic artist and Mad Magazine contributor Tom Fowler stops by to earn our explicit tag, talk about Mysterius, and engage in some good old fashioned nostalgia for our favorite childhood humor magazine. Also, Chad Bowers stops by to show us the friendlier face of the Action Age.