Posts tagged with “conventions”.


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The Desert Panther, Tony Consiglio, joins us for a recap of the boy’s adventures at SPX, and a chat about testicles.

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The Desert Panther creeps into The Panther’s Lair to discuss a Fleshlight update, an altercation at the Free Samples booth at Costco, and Prom Night. Oh What a Night!

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An experiment this week: what kind of podcast can the fellas record when one of them (me) has just awoken from an impromptu nap? The answer: a pretty OK one, I think! We give sort of a half-answer to a listener question about popular webcomics, claiming we don’t spend much time on the show discussing comics, and then proceed to spend an entire hour talking about comics. In addition to webcomics, there’s the upcoming MoCCA show, and Alex’s Special Guest Status. We get quite in-depth discussing some recent Rob Liefeld news, breaking down both the definition of the word “Hipster”, but also asking why Liefeld gets such a bad rap. But, it’s not all comics, fear not! Alex tells us about the days when he used to be a morbid reader of books about serial killers, and Mike introduces us to a new term he just learned: Porky Pigging. What does it mean when you say “Oh, I was porky-pigging the other day”? Listen, and find out!

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Alex returns from Sunny Spain and Watery Amsterdam with a report of all his adventures. It’s a short but sweet episode as we welcome Alex back to America, the land of Proper Extra-Large Clothing.

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Alex is about to embark on a trip to Europe to attend a Spanish convention, so we discuss all the things he has planned on his journey, and how it’s good he gets to impress his wife every now and then by taking her to foreign comics shows. The topics this week run the gamut: Amsterdam, Yanni, Our Insignificance In This Vast and Cold Universe. They Might Be Giants, Phish, Dexters, and psychopaths. Flying men, Icaruses, Jet-Packs, and more!

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“The Famous Panther”, iFanboy’s Josh Flanagan joins us once again in The Lair to hear all about Mike’s recent trip to San Francisco (expect plenty of griping about crazy San Francisco street people, naturally) and the Game Developers Conference he attended. Plus, hear Mike’s big announcment: after 13 years, he’s saying goodbye to New York City and relocation to The Jersey Shore (or, The J’hore, as he hopes to re-brand it). Will this big move change the tried and true dynamic of The Ink Panthers Show? Only time will tell. Also: a recent trip to the Empire State Building, and concerns about King Kong attacks.

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Daniel Spottswood, John Kerschbaum, and Mike Lapinski joined us in the Mobile Panther Lair as we recorded a live episode of the podcast. Seeing’s as we were recording at the MoCCA Arts Festival, we made a conscious attempt to keep things comics-focused. Topics include: Conventions. What is the Point of Them?; Biggest Professional Regrets; Best Convention Celebrity Encounters; and more! Thanks again to Daniel, John, and Mike for joining us, and thanks to everyone who came out to see the show.

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