thatsjustridiculous said: I followed after stumbling upon your webcomic reviews and advice on youtube. I liked listening to them, but when I searched for similar reviews (after exhausting yours) all I could find was misogynistic and discouraging drivel. Do you have any recommendations for other youtubers or even podcasts about webcomics, reviews, advice on the craft, etc? I enjoy listening to them while I work.
Yeah, I don’t really listen to any others personally.
I listen to The Webcomic Relief. He’s louder and more abrasive but he comes across as a nice guy and is fair to the comics he reviews and well researched. I mean he originally hated furies but was open-minded enough to explore the genre and found furry comics that he now loves. Anyway, blah, blah, blah, check him out for yourself.
Other than that I listen to Writing Excuses, it a podcast focused on writing. However one of the hosts is the writer/illustrator of Schlock Mercenary so there is a bit of a webcomic element on occasion. That and there are a few other episodes related to visual elements in writing I believe.
So yes! If anyone else has any be sure to give a shout out.
flunflun said: Just wanted to say that I think you are the best web comic reviewer I've ever listened to! (Sorry to say I haven't really listened/read that many other web comic reviews so I don't know if I can compare you to that many others. Though I can't imagine someone being better??? Haha.) Really, keep up the good work! They're really interesting to listen to because I can see you really love web comics.
Thank you! :) I really want to take more time to work on my reviews. They’re a lot of fun and I’m glad people like them. I’ve got a few on the go though.
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Just finished playing Little Inferno. It was a crazy good game with a fascinating world and gosh darn clear, solid, message portrayed through it’s game play and story. Seriously though if you haven’t played it you should do it up it takes about an hour.
I know nothing about commenting on video games. But seriously it’s ten bucks and you get to burn things.
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Anonymous said: Really nice meeting you at Fanexpo!!
;D You too anon!