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We are asking for feedback – help us choose a guest for next Thursday’s episode of The Ink Panthers Show!

Next week is T.I.P.S-bits week: Four episodes in four days. Theoretically the episodes will be a little shorter than usual (hence the catchy name), but who knows. We plan on having guests on each episode, and it’s possible (likely) we might yammer on overtime.

We have guests lined up for the first three episodes, but are asking for help choosing someone to come on the fourth. Here’s how to help:

Send an e-mail to, with your suggestion. We’ll tally the votes, and then see if we can get that person on. Feel free to ask us to bring back on past guests, or suggest someone new. You can also post your vote on our Facebook fan page, but we might weigh the gmail suggestions a little heavier.

The cut-off for this is next Monday night at 8PM – as we’ll need some time to contact that person and then setup the conversation.

Help us out!!

Mike & Alex


Cartoonist GB Tran sent me this pic of him and Jamie Tanner on a quest to recover Jamie’s Season 1 LOST box-set that I have never returned to him, as mentioned in episode 42.


Over the past few months, some listeners to The Ink Panthers show have started creating artwork inspired by the podcast. I feel very lucky to have listeners like this, who enjoy the show enough to spend some of their time creating pictures for us. Frankly, I’m humbled. Here’s some of the recent pics:

The Ink Panthers Show! by Tyler Price Whited.

“Gags and Tiger Bear”, by JK Woodward. James is a super-talented artist, who has actually created a number of sketches based on things we’ve talked about on the show. Check out his blog to see more. This pic was inspired by the recent episode with Liz Baillie.

Ben Granoff wrote this entire comic strip based off on a conversation between Alex and Tony Consiglio about some of their experiences as students at The School of Visual Arts.

And, finally, my good friend Gary put together this poster of Alex and I, in poses far more action-oriented than actually ever happens in our sedentary lifestyles.


And here’s the short Gabagool! story, Double-Damage, written with Chris Radtke – depicting what’s it’s like when sex makes it’s way into a roleplaying game.


Here’s the webcomic Dylan Horrocks referred to on the last episode – where someone recreates the Lord of the Rings movies, as if they were being played in an RPG. It’s quite funny.


Discussed in episode 21.


Some more information on the Mirage Comics/Nickelodeon TMNT deal, discussed in episode 21. As I mention in the show, I didn’t even really realize that Mirage was even publishing Turtles comics this whole time, but The Loudest Panther might be happy to hear that they’ll keep publishing for the time being. I also got the sense that they might keep going past May as well.