Posts tagged with “Pizza Island”.


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Cartoonist and podcaster Lisa Hanawalt creeps into Panther’s Lair to check out some of our brand new show segments. There’s Alex Reads the News, and Mike Introduces Friends At A Party. Plus: A fascinating Wiki of The Week!

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This week’s illustration of Inky the Domesticated Panther supplied by Kevin Eckert. Thanks Kevin!!

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There’s lots and lots of business to discuss in this episode! Should we start offering sponsorships? Would random paid-advertisments in the middle of a Tony Consiglio yarn add or detract from the show? Does the podcast qualify in the Journalism category for the Harvey Awards? Should you vote for it? How many Harveys has Alex won, and where does he keep them? What do we think about the demise of Pizza Island? Will Alex interview Tony for a Pro-T.I.P.S? And many, many, more questions. Plus! Our first ever Movie Club Corner, where we break-down and dissect the film that defined Generation X, Reality Bites. Also, the first and probably last, “Kids Say The Darndest Things” segment.

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

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No real episode this week, as the Panthers are just back from the Small Press Expo, and Mike is scrambling to get ready to leave again, this time for Sunny Scotland. But, because we didn’t want to post absolutely nothing, here’s a mini SPX recap, and a couple other things. T.I.P.S! will be back sometime during the week of September 27th, and don’t forget if you’re in The Bay Area, you can come see Mike at the Alternative Press Expo on October 1st and 2nd, and get him to sign your copy of Troop 142.

Talk to you soon!

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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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It’s Slush Pile time! One of those special episodes where Mike & Alex cover a potpourri of different items, such as: Mike is witness to a mugging; Alex makes a bold stand against Survivor; Shouldn’t Paul McCartney call it a day already?; Why do guys ball-bust each other, and do women do the same thing; how should you remove a kayak from a river after you’ve capsized; and more!!

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Alex and Mike answer a call from the Fanther hotline and other listener questions, only one of which has to do with The Thing’s thing. Alex wonders about the most ethical way to raise a child, which leads to a chat about bullies and bullying in this internet-age.

And don’t forget about the Live Ink Panthers Show, scheduled to take place at the MoCCA Arts Festival on April 10th, at 3:30PM. Come join us, won’t you?

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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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It’s T.I.P.S bits week this week! We’re attempting to post four episodes in four days, each featuring a special guest. Today’s episode features Sarah Glidden, author of the instant classic How To Understand Israel in 60 Days Or Less. Listen as she creeps into the Lair to talk about her work, her upcoming travel plans, and those annoying joggers who jam up the city once a year with their stupid smug marathons. Comments welcome.

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