Posts tagged with “Julia Wertz”.


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Friend of the Show, Julia Wertz returns triumphantly to The Lair to discuss a variety of topics. One, a story Mike has about his bike commute which Julia rates a B-. Two, a discussion about Hollywood adaptations of our comics, which Julia rates a B+. And three, a lengthy discussion of Brozillians, Food-Tubes, Porky-Pigging, and Vajazzlin’, which gets straight A++++’s from all of us. Seriously, what have The Youngs got to deal with in this day and age, where the pressure’s on to have perfectly bleached, waxed, and diamond-encrusted nether-regions? We should all feel lucky to be so old!

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This week’s illustration of Inky the Domesticated Panther supplied by John Britton! Submit your own illustration of Inky to inkpanthers@gmail.com

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This was an ambitious episode! The Panthers received a listener email, asking what kinds of comics would be good for a Dad to recommend to his teenage daughter. So we thought, why not ask the artists of Pizza Island to weigh in, as they were all teenage girls once too. Lest that sound too nice and heartwarming, fear not, Mike and Alex totally destroyed any good vibes by also forcing the Pizza Island cartoonists to gossip about one another, and give us all the inside dirt on the social hierarchy at their famous studio. Listen in, as we speak with Kate Beaton, Lisa Hanawalt, Julia Wertz, and Domitille Collardey.

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We were very pleased to welcome Fart Party and Drinking at the Movies cartoonist Julia Wertz to The Lair this week. We discuss books, television, and pets, and we all agree that somehow cats can get away with being mean and aggressive in a way that dogs never could. Comments welcome!

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The Ink Panthers happily present the complete audio recording of panel they were featured in, entitled “Indie Comics: Do They Matter?” (or something along those lines) at this past New York Comic Con. Alex and Mike were thrilled to sit-in on a lineup which included the wonderful Julia Wertz and Jason Little. It starts off a little rocky, but it gets going after everyone warms up. Comments welcome!

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