Kurt Christenson ** Timothy Mucci ** Johnny Gatts ** Brian Bannen ** Rick Lacy ** YOU!

Thursday, July 30, 2009

Write Club Funnies!

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Write Club! Vol.2 Ep. 2 Happy Funtime Links!

Because we know you're all lazy out there in the internet world, here are some links to find out more about things mentioned on our show. Please enjoy!

Add us on your Gchat: Write.Club1@gmail.com

TenTonStudios Forum: Write Club! thread

Timothy Mucci
Sterling Publishing All-Action Classics & Wookieepedia Entry
Twitter

Kurt Christenson
The Tower of Brahma
Twitter

Sub*Text: alt.lit blog

Steve McNair's Mistress Mystery!

Video Games Live

2003 Grant Morrison Interview on Battlestar Galactica Videogame

InFamous Trailer

Helvetica Trailer

Kurt's CafePress Store

OniPress

Labor Days

DC's Wednesday Comics

Zuda Comics

Sierra Nevada Torpedo

The League: short film

MysteryTeam trailer

Icanhazcheezburgerthemusiclol

F-in Delicious

Steve Brule: Brule's Rules

Bergen Street Comics

McSweeneys

Slice Magazine

Ruben Fleischer's Work
DJ Format
AIM
Girls Guitar Club

Chris Burnham

Ben Caldwell

Flight Maps

Ookla the Mok

And for those of you who absolutely need to watch me getting interviewed about getting hit in the nuts... sigh.

Write Club: Volume 2, Episode 2: "Are Comics Important?"

Join Tim Mucci and Kurt Christenson as they discuss the oft debated question, "Are Comics Important?"
Come for the philosophy, stay for the drinking and rambling...oh...the rambling...







Intro: William S. Burroughs & Jimmy Hendrix/"The End of the World" The Avengers
Outro: "Sailing" Flight Maps


sorry we made you up Jay Baroody

Saturday, July 25, 2009

Saturday, July 18, 2009

Comic Book Review: Shangri-La (Image Comics)



"The road to Heaven is paved with dead rock stars."

Shangri-La, published by Image Comics in 2004, written by marc Bryant and drawn by Shephard Hendrix, is a 72 page graphic novella about dead rockstars, record business conspiracies, and contract killers. With cameo appearances by Elvis, John Lennon, Jim Morrison, and other rock legends, this book is a bit more than it seems.

Correy Stinson is at the height of his career, but due to his diva demands he's replaced by a new singer, who rockets the band to new success. Now that Stinson is obsolete, the mysterious Ms. Cope plans to fake his death to promote record sales. When he backs out at the last moment they send Jetta Helm, a hired killer, to take him out.

Too bad she's his biggest fan. When the time comes to kill her idol and frame him for a murder/suicide, she just can't pull the trigger. So they go on the run, which forces the label to up the ante, sending a psychotic killer/failed country singer to clean up the mess.

Throw in a background of rockstars watching the events from Heaven (Shangri-La!) and an Illuminati influenced shadow cabinet and you've got a weird rock'n'roll take on the "assassin on the run with their intended victim" storyline.

The art borders on realistic with splashes of cartoony reactions, and is delivered in well balanced black and white. The story moves along at a good pace, and jumps the less important moments without feeling like you're transitioning too quickly. With a price tag of $7.95 this is a book that feels worth a purchase and solid enough for a few re-readings. Fun, inventive, and a complete story.

Buy this book here!

Saturday, July 11, 2009

WRITE CLUB! WEB COMICS PRESENTS:

I've started writing and drawing a series of one page comic strips. The basic idea is to take a theme/genre and exploit the broad strokes of it.

Here's the first strip:
"'Till Death Do Us Part"

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Write Club: Volume 2, Episode 1: "Don't Call it a Comeback!"

Tim Mucci & Kurt Christenson are back, and still talking about comics books. The boys crack wise about comic conventions, their reading picks, what they've been up to and whatever else leaks out of their alcohol sodden brains.

Enjoy, won't you?







Intro: "Talking Hotel Arbat Blues" Face Control
Outro: "Stop Talking About Comic Books or I'll Kill You" Ookla The Mok



Insert something weird or funny.