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Welcome to ComicLab: The podcast about making comics, and making a living from comics! If you loved Webcomics Weekly, you're gonna love this show: It's half shop-talk, half how-to, and half friendship. WE SQUEEZED IN THREE HALVES. It's tips and tricks and all the joys of cartooning as a pro. So pull up your drawing chair, put on some headphones, and join us while you draw! And if you like what you hear, kick in a dollar to help make more 'n better shows — patreon.com/comiclab
 
Chris Daily and John Troutman interview cartoonists and other luminaries from the world of geek culture. The official audio podcast of Keenspot, the world's largest source for webcomics. www.keencast.com. Email us at keencast@gmail.com
 
Homestuck veteran Tom Grennell and Homestuck innocent Courtney Mauss dig deep as they (re)read the comic in the year of our lord 2018. Going part by part and examining the story from both new and nostalgic viewpoints, the friends will make their way through the years of panels, animations, and games, all leading up to the grand finale that not even Tom has read before. Throughout, they’ll be bringing on guests to discuss not only the comic, but the world it created. And there’s jokes!
 
One Moment After the End is a podcast to explore the ideas and stories behind the webcomic. This webcomic is about a unique view of the afterlife. Dispite the setting the comic and podcast are not overtly religious. The Podcast features a 'radio play' re-telling of the story of the webcomic. The Podcast is meant to be PG-13ish but the Webcomic is NOT. The Webcomic version is not work safe nor should it be shared with children.
 
Join hosts MommaLuvsManga and AichiYume in a fun jaunt to The Yaoi Shelf: an exploration of yaoi, shonen ai, and boy's love while discussing tropes, media criticism and more along the way. Grab a seat and get comfy, welcome to The Yaoi Shelf. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-yaoi-shelf/support
 
WCRI is a webcomic podcast devoted to the creation and monetization of webcomics. There are how-to shows on how to create, draw, write, and market webcomics, as well as reviews on webcomics. There are also interview shows with creators, businessmen and others involved with webcomics. In short, if you want to create and make money from webcomics, this is where you start. Note: We broadcast on (https://www.patreon.com/twosparrows) every Wednesday at 6PM PST.
 
All in all, We are 4 guys who discuss the interesting things they find on the internet pertaining to geek culture. Such as games, movies, comic books and comic art, music, gadgets, science, pie and whatever else catches their 16 eyes. Please feel free to comment by sending us a message to Indeedpodcast(at)gmail(dot)com. We would love to hear from you. Thanks all who listen and keep us going, remember to email us with questions or comments at indeedpodcast [at] gmail [dot] com or find us on F ...
 
"Sometimes people ask us 'how do you guys write the comic?' The answer is that we sit around and look at game news and we talk about it until we start laughing at something. It sounds boring and I think it probably is. The writing process behind one of those comics is recorded and made available for your listening pleasure. We call this Downloadable Content." - Gabe (Gabe and Tycho create the web comic Penny Arcade 3 days a week. New episodes are released on Wednesdays)
 
"Sometimes people ask us 'how do you guys write the comic?' The answer is that we sit around and look at game news and we talk about it until we start laughing at something. It sounds boring and I think it probably is. The writing process behind one of those comics is recorded and made available for your listening pleasure. We call this Downloadable Content." - Gabe (Gabe and Tycho create the web comic Penny Arcade 3 days a week. New episodes are released on Wednesdays)
 
Join Aaron Williams on Comics Manifest where he interviews amazing and influential creators in comics. Guests share their creative journey, express what excites them today, share their worst creative moment, and most memorable successes. Expect to receive strategies you can adopt, mindsets that you can obtain, and ACTIONABLE tips that can inspire you and help you take your comics projects to the next level. Comics Manifest aims to inspire the aspiring creator and with new episodes airing eve ...
 
PrePopCulture is a weekly one hour podcast in which my guests and I tackle all things pop culture. We'll chat about cool stuff that's under the radar, examine how things currently in pop culture got there, and even take a stab at where trends might go in the future.
 
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Last episode, we mentioned how writing a short, tight story can be more challenging than writing a sprawling epic. Right on cue comes Spider Forest Webcomic Anthology 4, an engaging collection of short comics by 17 creators of web comics. Tim and Mulele discuss which are the best (and which are merely good!), and whether perhaps some of these stori…
 
Danny Valentini, better known on the web as RazorFox, is an award-winning artist and the creative mind behind "The Draconia Chronicles," a long-running webcomic following the lives of soldiers and civilians on both sides of a war between anthropomorphic Tigers and Dragons. He dabbles in voice acting in his spare time, and he loves hitting the highw…
 
Dirty Vibration by Fujoking Mentioned in this episode: Death Note written by Tsugumi Ohba and illustrated by Takeshi Obata 2001 a Space Odyssey by Stanley Kubrick The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya by written by Nagaru Tanigawa and illustrated by Noizi Ito Monsta X - Kpop BTS- Kpop Suggested Reading: Caste Heaven by Chise Ogawa Don’t be cruel by Nek…
 
Matt Labarge returns for our monthly visit, and we discuss Fights in Parliament, Fall Foliage Destinations in Virginia, Dark Comedies, and Self-Help. ATT: No Poddlement next week. Two reasons: I'm attending Adobe MAX next week, and I've strained my voice somehow and I need to rest my voice. All my closest friends' prayers have finally been answered…
 
In this latest episode, Rex and Ryan discuss Brooks Koepka’s return, the potential of Matthew Wolff in his first Masters, Dustin Johnson’s positive Covid test, and the fashion statement of Tyrrell Hatton’s hoodie. Plus, is there anything better than two weeks in Las Vegas? The guys weigh in on their favorite Tour stops to spend two weeks in.…
 
This week we present the second installment in a proposed new podcast series: The Law of Equivalent Exchange, a chapter-by-chapter discussion of the manga Fullmetal Alchemist. Tim and Patrick discuss chapter two of the series; while we remembered it as not having much of an impact on the overall story, the chapters in volume 1 turn out to do a lot …
 
Today's show is brought to you by Wacom — makers of the incredible Wacom One! If your outreach is "Support me on Patreon," you're delivering a tone-deaf message. We're going to talk about getting more backer by adjusting your pitch. Plus, we have our first ComicLab nuptials! Questions asked and topics covered... Wedding bells! Don't say "Support me…
 
Steve Ditko was a legendry artist and storyteller who co-created such characters as Spider-Man, Doctor Strange, The Question and The Creeper. Join me for this special interview with David Currie, author of the upcoming book published through Hermes Press Ditko Shrugged: The Uncompromising Life of The Artist Behind Spider-Man and The Rise of Marvel …
 
So, I want to share with you how my brain gets ahead of me sometimes because I think I caught myself before it was too late. That said, I would love to know what you think. Here goes. When it comes to podcasting, when it comes to most of my plans for world domination to be honest with you, I'm a mad scientist who sees a little bit of success and th…
 
This time, two books by Neil Gaiman: Black Orchid, with art by Dave McKean, and The Books of Magic, drawn by John Bolton and other artists. The challenge of Black Orchid can be to simply figure out the backstory, and how Gaiman changed it! The Books of Magic‘s Tim Hunter character is Harry Potter before Harry Potter; coincidence? Kumar and Jordan l…
 
Kevin Prise is joined by Princeton alum Evan Harmeling to discuss the grind of a nine-year professional career, adventures around a volcano on PGA TOUR Latinoamerica, his love of skiing, working at an Italian supermarket, winning a car via a hole-in-one and giving it to his caddie, recovering from injury, and more.…
 
Born and raised in the shadow of D/FW Airport in Texas, Anna has been living in Virginia with her husband and two kids (and a plethora of pets) for the past ten years. Although she holds a master's degree in criminal justice, Anna found her true calling on stage when she began performing improv and sketch comedy in 2011. A Meisner-trained actress, …
 
On this Golf Central Podcast, Rex chats with Bryson DeChambeau’s longtime swing coach Mike Schy to discuss their relationship, Bryson’s work ethic and what they call the “crank ball.” Mike also dives into what the PGA Tour can do to “Bryson-proof” golf courses and shares what they worked on that led to Bryson’s U.S. Open victory at Winged Foot.…
 
Today's show is brought to you by Wacom — makers of the incredible Wacom One! This week, Dave and Brad talk about the hurdles they've experienced as artists. And then, when a prominent arts educator advocates for the use of "Poor Man's Copyright," Brad's head nearly explodes. Questions asked and topics covered... Artisting hurdles Poor Man's Copyri…
 
Try as I might, I couldn't get the words to come out of my brain and through my fingertips onto the page. In this episode, the words come from somewhere else. Like many of you, I sat down to watch the Presidential Debate on Tuesday. Now, I don't know about you, but the first debate I remember was memorable because the two candidates on stage said l…
 
Zoe Thorogood is a young British woman whose first graphic novel, The Impending Blindness Of Billie Scott, will be released in October. It’s the story of a young woman who’s just gotten her big break, being asked to paint ten works for a gallery show, when an injury causes her to gradually lose her eyesight. Along the way, she meets a number of int…
 
Listen to excellent fanfic writer Laparoscopic discuss the wide world of fanfiction with me. From mimeograph Kirk/Spock fics in the 1970s to unlimited romantic triads today, we have come a long way. We also talk about the ultimate Freaky Friday situation and may help you keep track of who's who! Also listen to me get distracted and attacked by my c…
 
Today's show is brought to you by Wacom — makers of the incredible Wacom One! This week, our friend Erika Moen joins us to talk about one of the most important topics we've ever covered on ComicLab — Mental health. Coming soon from Erika Moen... Drawn to Sex Vol. 2: Our Bodies and Health. Have you ever wanted to learn exactly how pregnancy works? H…
 
My guest Leah Moore is the daughter of Alan Moore who is known for such titles as V for Vendetta, The Killing Joke, Swamp Thing and From Hell. Leah has written comic series with her husband John Reppion including The Trial of Sherlock Holmes and Sherlock Holmes-The Liverpool Demon (Dynamite Entertainment). Leah is writing the graphic novel Morrison…
 
This week we present the first installment in a proposed new podcast series: The Law of Equivalent Exchange, a chapter-by-chapter discussion of the manga Fullmetal Alchemist. Tim and Patrick discuss what alchemy was in the real world, and the manga’s creator Hiromu Arakawa, then walk through the first chapter of the story. If you’d like to keep epi…
 
Who doesn't love a webcomic? Hosts AichiYume and MommaLuvsManga on a talk about BL webcomics, Patreon and just how you can support your favorite creators. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-yaoi-shelf/messageSupport this podcast: https…
 
Terminal Velocity is a comic by Barry Corbett in which he reminisces about his life, centering around extreme sports and a family tragedy. While there is an overall story, the book can seem a bit disjointed. Tim and Mulele discuss the pros and cons of the book; then Mulele challenges himself and his friends: Let’s actually make some paper comics ag…
 
In the first of what I hope will be a recurring conversation, our resident philosopher Matt Labarge stops in for a wide-ranging discussion of topics including stoicism, social media, and alcohol. Matt Labarge is a man lost in his own mind trying to navigate the world. He does not recommend following in his footsteps, but if you do cross paths, he e…
 
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