The one about early 90’s Seattle. Things go haywire with the live stream, but the boys “graciously” recover. The boys get derailed as usual, thanks Supertrain!
This week! The Ninja Starship returns to studio, the brand-new Podcast Detroit studios that is ! Jimmy and Will recap Jimmy’s trip to Vegas and the Motor City Comic Con. This week Jimmy welcomes to the show Artist Daniel Coney and the starship’s resident Uber driver Norm Larkins. We’re joined via Skype by the creators of Iktomi ! A brand-new Western/Fantasy comic published by Source Point Press. Then we are joined via Skype by Entrepreneur and Graphic Artist Aaron Coney to talk about his new app LiVideo also his work on the new movie The Order featuring cast members of Power Rangers. We talk flash and the CW-verse and much more !
Well, we finally did it and reached a new milestone with the crazy podcast that was started in a bar over drinks and talking comic books. Although we are way beyond 200 podcasts with all the interviews and special editions, what we have numbered so far is 200 episodes of the most fun times we have had with each other recording for an our of our love of all things nerdy.
This episode was going to have some special people who have helped us out over the years stopping by while recorded and then take off for the next “guest” but as with most things involving booze and well, us not being the best of planners, what we got is many people sticking around for the entire show to get a word in on a variety of topics. We had Tony as always, along with Linz and Derek (who showed up late) as well as the original group of the show consisting of Old Derek, Kevin and a phone call from Matt. We also had Devin and Travis from Snake Oil Comics Podcast, Jay from An Elegant Weapon Podcast and Jimmy from The Ninja Starship Podcast. Also a special message (as well as a plug for his new book) from Dirk Manning.
With the change up a bit in format as well as members of the group coming and going (Derek branching out on his own with his podcast Comic Pros and Cons, Kevin and Matt doing family stuff), we plan on still being the source for all your interesting and booze filled conversations of the comic book industry and beyond. With great pride in covering small independent creators, talking about different beers, a convention or three, and anything that we find interesting, our focus as always been on making a show as if you were in the room having a drink with us. Here is to the future with more to come from Drunk on Comics.