Show tonight! We’ve got a ton of comedic performers – stand-up comics, improvisers – all teaming up for a big night for you!
: The Comics Observer
Ten on the Tenth is happening now!
Post your 10 Drum Songs here!
I have a
show tonight! Improv comedy by two groups, the Magic Meathands (with me!) and Jump Start, at our brand new location, Heyler’s!
: The Comics Observer
Also, listen to my
second appearance on the Part-Time Fanboy podcast, where we review The Avengers movie. I show up about halfway through.
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May 12, 2012
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Hey, here’s me joining in on the
latest episode of the Part-Time Fanboy podcast! We totally geek out talking about good Avengers comics (you know, because of that movie). I make an Impossible Man joke, just to give you an idea of how deep into the geek pool we go. I’ll also be joining them for a review/discussion of the movie, which we’re recording tomorrow. I lucked out to be able to go to the premiere last month and am going again tonight just to make sure I didn’t imagine enjoying it.
Speaking of comics,
today is FREE COMIC BOOK DAY! has details, as well as a rundown of how stores here in LA are celebrating. The Comics Observer
Meanwhile, in other corners of the internet this week:
Last one to leave the bag wins.
The Magic Meathands have our final show at the Mary Pickford Studio tonight! Don’t miss it!
just completed a round-up of all of the Finalists in the Graphic Novel category for the Los Angeles Times Book Prizes, which were given out last night: The Comics Observer
The LA Times Festival of Books is going on today and tomorrow, and there are plenty of
Comics Panels and Events to check out.
Ten on the Tenth for April has an awesome group of songs, and it’s not too late to post your own list of train songs.
I make a quick cameo in
Nahleen.com‘s weekly Moments of Peace this week. It’s a picture taken from last Saturday’s Magic Meathands show. It looks like a case of One of These Things is Not Like the Other, but I’ll take it!
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April 21, 2012
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– All sorts of exciting things are going on over at
The Comics Observer:
The debut of our newest column
The Journey, Man by Wayne Rée, where he takes you through his discovery of comic books. The second installment of
Dig Comics by Miguel Cima, where he reveals his recent discovery of dramatic manga. And here are
three graphic novels released this week worth checking out for people with little or no history with comics.
– Changes are afoot with the improv comedy group
Magic Meathands! If you didn’t read about it here, check it out over there. (And we’ve got a show next Saturday.)
– Music lovers! Get your lists ready!
Ten on the Tenth is happening on Tuesday, April 10th.
Nahleen.com continues to be revealing, eye-opening and funny. I think my favorite one this week was her total take-down of the interior decorating skills of doctors’ offices.
recommends The Comics Observer 3 new graphic novels worth checking out for new comic readers. And it also continues its coverage of the LA Times Festival of Books with a look at the just-announced program schedule.
In case you missed it here,
learn about the Magic Meathands’ Comedy Outreach Project, bringing comedy to people in our community who need some laughter.
Nahleen had her first full week of blogging! Go her! This one, about how sometimes she just has to WAIT whether she wants to or not, might be my favorite of the week.
My Tumblr gets a rare but probably controversial update in support of Détente.
And on the totally other end of the music spectrum, if you’re into singer-songwriters from the late ’60s and early ’70s, take a look at the
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March 24, 2012 2 Comments