Sorry for the radio silence. Things have been very busy post-SDCC. Here is the full audio from our Webcomics Advocates panel at Comic-Con 2017. Phil and Brendo are joined by Madeleine Holly-Rosing, Eddie DeAngelini, and Patrick Scullin to discuss all things webcomics. Thanks for listening and tell your friends!
Phil and Brendo talk a bunch about Comic-Con! They talk about Phil getting into the exhibit hall right when it opened, Brendo meeting a bunch of wrestlers, the Lethal Weapon and Frequency pilots, Brendo riding in the Ecto 1, the Webcomics Advocates panel, the Snowden panel, the MAD panel, the free soda room, the Rotten Tomatoes panel, the Kevin Smith panel, Phil having to carry an insane amount of toys around, and more. Phil also tells a story about a crazy movie screening he took his kids to after Comic-Con and there’s Marmaduke. Thanks for listening!
Phil and Brendo are joined by Andrew Linde and Patrick Scullin at WonderCon 2016. They discuss how to make webcomics and their experiences in the world of webcomics. They also take questions from the audience and allow creators in the audience to pitch their webcomic to the crowd. Check out our Facebook Page at WebcomicsAdvocates.com. Thanks for listening!
Phil and Brendo are up late for your entertainment. They discuss Phil’s recent New Orleans vacation, WonderCon, Bob’s Burgers, Preacher, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Brendo’s new job prospect, Brendo’s upcoming Dallas trip, books, The Goldbergs, and lots more. Thanks for listening!
Phil and Brendo discuss Brendo’s epic nap, Long Beach Comic Expo, wrestling stuff, Phil’s escape room adventure, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, 80’s TV shows, X-Files, The Muppets, future business possibilities, anti-heroes, sodas, Umberto Eco, Bob’s Burgers, The Goldbergs, and lots more. Marmaduke continues to be nuts. Thanks for listening!
Phil and Brendo are joined by Josh Anderson and Patrick Scullin for the Webcomics Advocates panel at SDCC 2015. They discuss all things webcomics related as well as let creators in the audience pitch their webcomics.