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Episode 18 – “Little Deaths” With David Doub

Show Notes: On this episode I talk to Little Deaths creator and Texas transplant – David Doub. David is the founder of Dusk Comics and is a member of Shonuff Studios, a comic and art production company. His numerous publications include Dusk, Miss Tilney, Forever, Mystery Masque, and the upcoming Little Deaths. According to the… Continue reading Episode 18 – “Little Deaths” With David Doub

Announcements · News

Listen (and respond) To Win! Our first “Drawing Funny” contest

Have you heard me mention our contest on recent episodes..? Well, if you’d like to own a set of the Mid-South Cartoonists Association’s Zine– “The Good, The Bad, And The Sketchy” issues 1 through 5, PLUS a free Samurai tee designed and printed by me, and some extra MSCA and Drawing Funny goodies, then here’s… Continue reading Listen (and respond) To Win! Our first “Drawing Funny” contest

Episodes

Episode 16 – “Athena Voltaire” Steve Bryant

Show Notes: I talk toons, kickstarting art projects, conventions, (not) traveling, going back to school, and local weather conditions with the “Athena Voltaire” creator – Steve Bryant. We discuss his early work at gaming companies and with Action Lab Comics, and his current Kickstarter for his graphic novel- “Athena Voltaire and the Terror on the… Continue reading Episode 16 – “Athena Voltaire” Steve Bryant

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Episode 15 – “Party Monster” Dave Dwonch

Show Notes: I talk toons, kickstarting art projects, married life, health issues, and “real nerd $#*+” with the man with the golden couch, Party Monster Supreme – Dave Dwonch. We discuss his early work with Action Lab Comics, his upcoming “Jenny Zero” mini-series with Dark Horse Comics, and his current Kickstarter for his graphic novel-… Continue reading Episode 15 – “Party Monster” Dave Dwonch

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Episode 14 – “The Hostage” by Sal Abbinanti

Show Notes: I talk toons and kickstarting art projects with Sal “Uncle Sal” Abbinanti. We discuss his early work in advertising, self-publishing comics, representing other artists, and his first ever Kickstarter for his first ever graphic novel- “The Hostage“. WARNING: F-bombs and other colorful language await you in this conversation with Sal. From his Kickstarter… Continue reading Episode 14 – “The Hostage” by Sal Abbinanti

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Episode 13 – “Luck Of The Draw”

Show Notes: Had a some recording issues during the MSCA Zoom call on Groundhog’s Day, so this time I’m solo again- and unfortunately not $1,000,000,000 richer. I announce the details for our first “Drawing Funny” contest (listen to win MSCA Zines, Samurai tee by me, and some MSCA and Drawing Funny swag), give a few… Continue reading Episode 13 – “Luck Of The Draw”

Episodes · MSCA History · Reviews

Episode 12 – “The Dirty Dozen (or so)”

Show Notes: This episode I’ve got a few reviews and reading recommendations for you- “WINK” by Rob Harrell, “The Impending Blindness Of Billie Scott” by Zoe Thorogood, and the NCSFEST are my recommendations- but I also review “Hit-Girl In HOLLYWOOD” by Kevin Smith (and don’t really recommend it so much). I also have some MSCA… Continue reading Episode 12 – “The Dirty Dozen (or so)”

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Episode 10 – “PROcrastination”

Show Notes: This is the Mid-South Cartoonists Association’s December Monthly Zoom Meeting– well, most of it. We talk toons, discuss what’s happening around the M-town, swap ideas on self-promotion/increasing eyes on our artwork, and how to make money with it and commissions during a time with no (or few) in person conventions. The monthly video… Continue reading Episode 10 – “PROcrastination”