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Gigcast 126, News, and Cool Jazz

We are joined by Micheal Dean of Slither and Friends and revisit Howard Tayler of Schlock Mercenary for a Blank Label announcement and the music of George Hrab.
 

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Gigcast 126, News, and Cool Jazz

We are joined by Micheal Dean of Slither and Friends and revisit Howard Tayler of Schlock Mercenary for a Blank Label announcement and the music of George Hrab.
 

Contact The Gigcast
The Gig-Line, give us a call: 1 (206) 203-3334
e-mail: gigcast@nightgig.com
or Comment Here!

 

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One of the FarPoint Media family of shows- www.farpointmedia.net -
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The ComixTalk Interview with Blank Label Comics

We took the best of the readers' questions and mixed in some of our own to conduct this interview with the six current members of Blank Label Comics: Howard Tayler (Schlock Mercenary), Steve Troop (Melonpool), Paul Southworth (Ugly Hill), Paul Taylor (Wapsi Square), David Willis (Shortpacked) and Greg Dean (Real Life).

The ComixTalk End of 2007 Roundtable

Our third annual virtual round table on the year in webcomics features comments from Gary Tyrrell, Dirk Deppey, Tom Spurgeon, Heidi MacDonald, Brigid Alverson, Derik A Badman, Reinder Dijkhuis, and JT Shea and Scott Gallatin.

Call For Questions For Blank Label Comics

Back in February of this year, we hosted the results of a ComixTalk community interview with the members of the indepedent creators collective, Blank Label Comics. Given that this is an end-of-the-year kind of issue for ComixTalk, I thought it would be great to do another interview with the members of BLC so we could book-end the year between them.

Moreover, although there has been a good deal of press on Halfpixel, the new collective formed by Scott Kurtz and former BLC members Brad Guigar, Dave Kellett and Kris Straub, there is still plenty to catch up on with the six current members of BLC: Howard Tayler, David Willis, Paul Southworth, Paul Taylor, Steve Troop and Greg Dean. Please post your questions here -- I'll collect them on December 21st and send them out for answers with an eye to publishing the full story here in January 2008.

Webcomc Wire - 12/14/07

Drawn from sources who actually like to shop…

Today is Monkey Day! Eeee eeeeee!
Webcomics will be included as a category in the 2008 Eisner Awards. We’ve come a long way baby!
An open letter to the webcomics community from Howard Tayler about the Wikipedia dispute.
A post about webcomedy and what is funny.
An interview with the creator of [...]
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Webcomc Wire - 12/14/07

Drawn from sources who actually like to shop…

Today is Monkey Day! Eeee eeeeee!
Webcomics will be included as a category in the 2008 Eisner Awards. We’ve come a long way baby!
An open letter to the webcomics community from Howard Tayler about the Wikipedia dispute.
A post about webcomedy and what is funny.
An interview with the creator of [...]
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Gigcast 118, Howard Tayler from Schlock Mercenary

We interview Howard Tayler form Schlock Mercenary, the music of Jonathan Coulton, and the Drunk Duck report form BK and Spang. We also bring you the usual mix of news, reviews, and commentary from around the Webcomic World.
Contact The Gigcast
The Gig-Line, give us a call: 1 (206) 203-3334
e-mail: gigcast@nightgig.com
or Comment Here!

 

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Gigcast 118, Howard Tayler from Schlock Mercenary

We interview Howard Tayler form Schlock Mercenary, the music of Jonathan Coulton, and the Drunk Duck report form BK and Spang. We also bring you the usual mix of news, reviews, and commentary from around the Webcomic World.
Contact The Gigcast
The Gig-Line, give us a call: 1 (206) 203-3334
e-mail: gigcast@nightgig.com
or Comment Here!

 

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