Well, it’s finally here. That time of year where you can get great deals on antiquated items. And there are plenty in store. For those of you who still enjoy physical gifts, you can get One-Headed Beast, Explosion Land, and Humanitis for $24.99 (or a little more if you live outside of the U.S.). That’s a DVD and two CDs. They all come signed unless you specify that you’d prefer them not to be. If you want to keep them cherry, I can dig it.
In September of 2014, I did a Kickstarter project, and we raised money to build a set and rent some gear and film a comedy special at the New Movement Theater. About twenty animators from all over the world lent their abilities to creating the animation, and a group of really talented artists in Austin helped build the background pieces and set decorations. The finished product is available, and you can order it in digital form via Vimeo On Demand Here. The physical DVD has behind the scenes bonus features as well as a fully animated version of the show, and that will be available on this site soon. For now, if you’d just like to stream or download the stand-up/animation version, Vimeo is the only place to see it.
You can also pre-order the physical DVD here:
I have started a new podcast. I sit down with smart folks and have beer and chat about the world. If you’d like to listen, please visit thespacecave.com. I hope you like it.
And here is a nice write-up about the first episodes by the A.V. Club.
My show Reactor was cancelled, and this is the final drawing I did. Due to scheduling, we had to interview a guest a couple weeks before the episode in which the interview would appear. At that point, we were operating under the assumption that the show would continue. So, somewhere out there is the lost interview. For each guest, I drew a picture of them as a superhero. And this one is a World of Warcraft character that draws manga. Whatever he draws is how he defeats his opponent. I’ll post the other drawings on the sketches page at some point. Thanks to everyone who watched and supported the show. It was real fun to do while it lasted.