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It’s Book Club time! And this go round we’re trying something a little different: we’re reviewing our very own Desert Panther, Tony Consiglio’s, magnum opus of boy-bands and sadness, 110 Per¢. Mike and Alex chat about the book for the first half-hour, then Tony joins the discussion to answer some uncomfortable questions.

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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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This week’s illustration of Inky the Domesticated Panther supplied by Ian Andersen. Thanks, Ian!!

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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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This week’s illustration of Inky the Domesticated Panther supplied by, Peter Bonavita Thanks, Peter!

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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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By popular demand, Tony “The Desert Panther” Consiglio is finally brought into the Ink Panthers pro-T.I.P.S! professional lounge for a freewheeling discussion about his comics and career. Hear how he and Alex met, hear about Tony’s experiences in art school, and learn about the time a man’s leg came crashing through the ceiling at the deli Tony once worked at. A must listen! Comments welcome!

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It’s the triumphant return of the PRO T.I.P.S interview, and this time it’s Alex sitting in the comfy Hosting Throne, welcoming special guest (and longtime friend of the show) Andy Runton into the Professional Panther’s Lounge for a chat about his career, his Owly comics, collaboration, and more! Comments welcome!

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I know every week we promise a jam-packed show, but this week we really have got a show literally packed with jam. First, some follow-up on last week’s discussion with standup comedian Adam Conover, including the audio of him performing Mike’s soon-to-be-classic “The Thing’s Thing” joke. Then, like a bird-of-prey, Owly cartoonist Andy Runton, swoops back into The Panther’s Lair to talk craft and what’s meaningful to him as a creator. After that, Alex has some news about sandwiches, and Mike asks the tough-questions when it comes to picking out the perfect song to sing at a Karaoke outing. What song could he possibly choose that would make it tough to look him in the eye the next day? Find out here.

And if all that wasn’t enough, there’s the announcement of a new Live Ink Panthers Show, scheduled to take place at the MoCCA Arts Festival on April 10th. So, tune in to hear some early details about that.

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Noted cartoonist, ornithologist, and all-around nice guy, Andy Runton joins us in the Panther’s Lair. Comments welcome!

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