Some stuff for your consideration:
Once again Matt and Chris drag their massive vacume tube powered recordamophone down to Than Wheeler’s Pub. This time the meet up with Dan and Colin, the co-creators of the Trees and Hills Comic Group.
You might want to jot some of these links down:
Trees & Hills (A NewEngland Comics Group)
Dan Barlow (Person of Interest)
Colin Tedford (See Also: Dan Barlow)
This week, we review the new movie available on Roku, BIG FAN, starring Patton Oswalt and have so much fun doing it that we unintentionally also review YOUTH IN REVOLT. We verbally assault Kick Ass, the movie and the comic, but Matt actually convinces Chris that Mark Miller still has more cred than Chris Cornell and a bottle of crystal skull vodka combined.
Listen to Matt react indifferently to the some of the greatest superhero comics of all time.
Listen to Chris furiously rage against the sad state of comics dealers in the state of Upper Valley and the physical realm.
Learn what is the most embarrassing comics in our collections, our favorite Santas, and the biggest mistakes we’ve ever made in comics… this week.
It turns out it takes more than two to make a thing go right. Here’s a list:
Big Fan (old cover)
Big Fan (new cover)
Put on a Happy Face (article about the same “New Cover” phenomenon)
Youth in Revolt (movie) (Yes, I know it was a book first! So was everything!)
The Wrestler (movie)
Oh Yeah, and apparently we make the sinful mistake of saying Jim Belushi instead of Jon. Such errors are the reason he has a career at all. It was a stupid mistake, we were drunk, but that doesn’t mean it didn’t happen. We’re sorry.
It was Denise’s idea to post this on ASF. Sure, it’s intended to be a one time thing, but who knows. Maybe, just maybe, the Warrens will break out the jaw harp and coffee can drum.
Pass this vid around. Go ahead. Go nuts.
Matt and Chris puss out of doing a proper episode by reusing content they produced for another netcast. Does this even count as an episode? The real question is “how did they last five episodes before copping out?”.
Hey, check this shit out:
The Film Army (Netcast Network)
The Junc (Internet cartoonist portal)
Cayetano Garza Jr (Cartoonist)
Bryan Stone (Cartoonist)
Kenny Rogers’ Six Pack (Tour De Force)
The 3 Doctors (Dr. Who Saga)
Girl Comics (A thing that Marvel is doing)
Super double-sized hour-long episode! This time was sit down for tacos with Cat Garza and Casey Bohn, We share some cartooning tips that we’ve found to be useful, we geek out over all the new channels for the Roku. Low points consist of Matt trying to explain the plot of Casanova to Chris but it reaches a high when both reveal a hidden fixation with Betty Rubble. Dig in.
The stuff and things of it all:
Cayetano Garza Jr (Cartoonist)
Casey Bohn (Cartoonist / CCS Student)
The Roku Channel Store (Good Stuff)
Dan Aykroyd’s Crystal Head Vodka (Madness)
Zach Galifianakis: Live at the Purple Onion (Comedy Special)
Jet Li’s: The One (The secret source of all legends)
Green Lantern (Comic)
The Secret Lives of Cartoonists (Podcast)
Tweet Me Harder (Podcast)
The Ink Panther Show (Podcast)
This week we discuss the King of Siam and the return of The Gambler, We have a few too many with cartoonist Denis St. John, and we find out why there are so few dart netcasts. Enjoy.
Other honorable mentions for episode four are:
Denis St. John (Crafter of Horrors)
The Grates (Band)
HoneySuckle Duvet (Burlesque Performer Extraordinaire)
The Slutcracker (Event)
The Fancy Pants Gangsters (Netcast Network)
Mike Birbiglia (Comedian)
Daniel Tosh (Comedian)
Henry Rollins (21361)
Max de Radiguès (CCS Fellow)
Kenny Rogers (ChickenMan)
Yul Brynner (Secret Mongolian)
Buy the Ticket, Take the Ride (Documentary)
The Making of WestWorld (Pack of Lies)
Harper’s Island (TV)
Trees and Hills (Comics Collective)
Offshore Comix (See above)
Other honorable mentions for episode three are:
MST3K ep904 (TV)
Confessions of a Superhero (Film)
Pan’s Labyrinth (Film)
This is England (Film)