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Interview with Brian Brown of Bellen

This week's Gigcast - an interview with Brian Brown of Bellen, the music of Tripod, Drunk Duck report and the usual webcomic news and commentary.

Gigcast 110 Talken’ Bellen

Interview with Brian Brown of Bellen, the music of Tripod, Drunk Duck report and the usual webcomic news and commentary.

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Jennie Breeden 2000th comic
Brandon Carr has a new comic on Drunk Duck Weird Adventures in Unemployment.
Drunk Duck Book 3??
Brian Brown will [...]
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Gigcast 110 Talken’ Bellen

Interview with Brian Brown of Bellen, the music of Tripod, Drunk Duck report and the usual webcomic news and commentary.

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

Jennie Breeden 2000th comic
Brandon Carr has a new comic on Drunk Duck Weird Adventures in Unemployment.
Drunk Duck Book 3??
Brian Brown will [...]
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Platinum Studios finally unveils the comic they squeezed creator Mike Strang out for!

Hello Comic Book Creators,

My name is Mike Strang and a few months ago I posted a controversial blog here about how my dealings with Platinum Studios Comics over my creation Weird Adventures in Unemployment and how they removed me from it.

also detailed in a great article by Heidi Macdonald here... 

 http://pwbeat.publishersweekly.com/blog/2007/06/20/breaking-work-for-hire-is-bad/

Piratical Gigcast 2007- 108

Piratical Webcomics, Piratical Music… Yarrrr

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The Gig-Line, give us a call: 1 (206) 203-3334
e-mail: gigcast@nightgig.com
or Comment Here!
Apparently we missed the Drunk Duck News this week, sorry about that! It’s in the feed now and can be downloaded directly here.
Show notes to follow!

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Wizard World Chicago - Live Blogging

I'll be attending Wizard World Chicago all this weekend, booth 5900, with my webcomic and comic book series, Hero By Night. I'll also be live photo blogging my trip with a twitter blog and flicker feed. On Saturday at Noon, we will also be hosting a "Business of Webcomics" panel along with Drunk Duck and Silent Devil. If you're in the neighborhood, stop by and say hello.

Outside-The-Box Promotion

When you create a webcomic, presumably one of your goals is to get lots of people to read it. Even if you are one of those creative purists who claims that “I’m cool, as long as at least one person gets it,” you still have to get your comic in front of that one right person. You already know that people with similar interests will most likely enjoy your webcomic, but how are you going to reach them?

Comics From Web To The Silver Screen

Variety reported this week that Platinum Studios' comic Cowboys & Aliens is headed for the movies in a deal with DreamWorks and Universal Pictures along with Imagine
partners Brian Grazer and Ron Howard. I didn't actually think that the comic of Cowboys & Aliens worked that well (just not a very good story, poor characterization and the wrong tone) but the concept is killer and conceivably in the right hands could be a fun popcorn kind of movie.

It's been awhile since I first wrote about this back in May 2003, and it's no longer such a stretch to imagine a webcomic translated to a movie.

Read Hero By Night #3 Free at Drunk Duck

Issue three of the Hero By Night miniseries is now complete at Drunk Duck. In this issue: The secret origin of the IRON TALON!

A bunch of webcomic artists draw Pokemon.

A bunch of webcomic artists, mostly from Drunk Duck, have started a livejournal community devoted to drawing the first 151 Pokemon, and it's open for anyone who wishes to join in. Rules include giving yourself a Pokemon name, and putting extra effort when it comes to your favorite Pokemon.

Interested in learning more? Click the Charmander to check it out.