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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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Mike and Alex address some of the calls that have come in on The Fanther Hotline. Advice for cartoonists looking to break into alternative comics, thoughts on 9/11 Trutherism and Iron Man 3, and ideas for the next Book Club selection (which is announced in this very episode!!!*)

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* Hint: It’s the graphic novel “One Hundred and Ten Percent“, by our very own Tony Consiglio!!

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Fan favorite Tony Consiglio creeps back into Panther’s Lair to fill us in on all his goings-on, which actually do include an incident where a man had his fingers severed. Also: Mike is turning Orange!

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A radical change of pace this week: Mike and Alex spend the hour discussing the projects they’re currently working on and the differences and changes in their approach to writing. Yes, we answer questions like “What kind of ink do we use?”, and “How are comics edited?”, and “Where do ideas come from?”. Alex tells us about his new book, which is kinda, sorta, about people in their late 30’s/early 40’s, and Mike explains all about what he’s working on, which is sorta, kinda about some people, y’know? And, like, things that they do, and stuff. After this chat, you won’t be able to wait for the books to drop!

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Lot’s of important business in this episode, including a very special announcement about the future of the Title Cards Illustrations project. First, there’s a correction about last week’s episode, and then a brief update on Mike’s time at the Small Press Expo. Yes, he threw up on one of the nights, but was it the cool-I-partied-so-hard kind of throwing up, or is it perhaps a signal that something’s physically wrong with Mike’s digestive system? Maybe in a future episode there’ll be a hilarious recounting of Mike’s trip to a gastroenterologist! Also: to help balance out last week’s ALL-NFL-HOUR, this week is SHOWTUNES IN REVUE!

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This week’s illustration of Inky the Domesticated Panther supplied by, Sabin Calvert! Thanks, Sabin!

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Outstanding Comic Ignatz Nominee Brendan Leach creeps into the Lair this week to argue the ins and outs of being a sports fan. How should someone who doesn’t live in America choose which NFL team to follow? Why should people who live in cities without teams all of a sudden care when a team (The Las Vegas “Vajazzle”) suddenly appears. And, of course, is Mike allowed to root for both The Giants and The Jets (The answer: YES). Also, would you rather be in the Guinness Book of World Records for being a pituitary gland giant, or for being the owner of a disgusting and gnarled seven foot fingernail?

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

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This episode contains an especially embarrassing moment for Mike, when it appears he can’t remember the name of a book he read a week ago, and claimed to really like. This proves that it becomes impossible to retain facts after a certain age. Also, after a certain age, it becomes very difficult to enjoy riding kiddie rides with your child, since all kiddie rides seem to be designed around the principle of spinning in circles. It’s all fun and games until Dad hurls out the side of the Balloon Ride Spin. Also, some macabre tales of death, and a little bit of talk about the comics industry as a welcome change.

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This week’s illustration of Inky the Domesticated Panther supplied by returning champion, Kathleen Gros! Submit your own illustration of Inky to inkpanthers@gmail.com

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It’s The Voyage Home, part 2. After technical issues prevented us from discussing the 13 sexiest ways to die last episode, we enlist Tony Consiglio as a special guest to help us review them this week. Also, Tony tells us about a recent altercation he got himself into at a local Pet Smart, which culminated in things getting settled outside.

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We are pleased to welcome comics maker and rival podcaster, Ian Boothby into The Lair to discuss a number of topics: The origins of Ronald MacDonald, a creepy man who rose from the trash-heap. 1998’s thrilling big-budget Godzilla starring action-hero Matthew Broderick, who bravely asserts man’s rightful place of dominance on the planet. Also: there’s a Renaissance Festival happening in Maryland the same weekend as the Small Press Expo. Should Mike go? Should he buy a fine-pewter book-stand there, to use at his table to display mini-comics?

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

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

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