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Please Rewind Blockbuster Sunner Contest

To celebrate the summer movie season and the relaunch of Please Rewind, we
are holding a contest where you can score some major time watching movies!

To enter, simply create a guest strip and submit it before June 30, 2006.
A grand prize winner will be chosen from all the entries to receive our
grand prize pack which includes:

 - A $50.00 gift card for Blockbuster Video
 - $50.00 in Fandango Bucks for movie ticket site Fandango

That’s $100.00 of pure movie bliss to spend this summer and all just for
creating a guest comic for a strip you love to read anyway. So be sure to
get your entry in as soon as possible for your chance to win!

Details can be found at http://www.pleaserewind.com/contest.php

4 Responses to “Please Rewind Relaunch Blockbuster Summer Contest.”

Hello!

My name is Jason Banditt Adams. I have a webcomic called “Rogue’s Galley: The Villain’s Bar”.

http://www.RGcomic.com

It is a satire webcomic about the has-been villains of the 1980′s as they dream about their glory days and fritter away their retirement at the nautical-themed dive, the Rogue’s Galley.

I would like to ask for your consideration for a review, if you find it worth writing about.

Kindest regards,
-Banditt

THE ASSEMBLERS ASSEMBLE A GRAPHIC NOVEL
Popular Web Comic gets collected by Transfuzion Publishing

(April 17, 2011) The Assemblers, the long running webcomic appearing on DrunkDuck, has just been collected into graphic novel format by Transfuzion Publishing. Written and illustrated by Andy Dudak, The Assemblers is a futuristic tale of destruction yet also rebirth.

The story centers on October 30th, 2151. Devil’s Night. Traditionally this has been a celebration of havoc as the night before Halloween has long been dedicated to spray paint and fire, to destruction for its own sake. But in the future, the impulse behind this frenzied holiday is alive and well but mischief in the Age of Nanotech is much more complicated.

Featuring three young vandals– Bardo, Shiyu, and Dwyer who team up to provide visionary tactics of mayhem in a futuristic world. To keep the spirit of their egg-throwing forbearers alight, perilous alchemy is required. But the unleashing of such power will bring enemies, and lead to an opening of an abyss that could swallow its makers whole.
“When Andy sent me the link to the Drunk Duck site to check out the webcomic,” publisher Gary Reed said, “I was instantly impressed by the incredible detail in his artwork. And then I started reading it and I was even more impressed with the sophistication of his story-telling. It’s really a though provoking story with great art.”

Featured on Drunk Duck, the Assemblers ran for about 90 pages and recently wrapped up and was promptly collected by Transfuzion for release in graphic novel form. It is available from Amazon.com as well as the publisher which has more information and a preview. A longer preview is also available on myebooks.com.

AMAZON REVIEWS:

“Multi-talented author and artist Andy Dudak announces himself with this mind-bending and gripping graphic novel that will please fans of both William Gibson and Inception. Indispensable and awesome.”

“Mr. Dudak’s masterful artwork and original future vision are showcased brilliantly in this epic graphic novel. His strikingly original take on nanotechnology, philosophy and vandalism as seen through the eyes of a group of talented, yet mischievous youngsters comes together beautifully in a story world that is as immersive as it is beautiful.”

About Andy Dudak: Andy Dudak is a published illustrator, experienced in the realms of science fiction and fantasy. He’s also worked as a storyboardist, caricature artist, cameraman, and screenplay analyst. He currently lives in China

About Transfuzion Publishing: Transfuzion has published nearly 30 graphic novels, many of which are compilations of previous material although in 2010, they have begun producing original graphic novels. http://www.transfuzion.biz

The Assemblers. Trade paperback from Transfuzion Publishing. 98 pages. $12.99
ISBN: 978-0982654934

Hello Gigcast!

We are writing to let you know that we recently began putting our comics online for public consumption at http://www.kenandearl.com. As frequent visitors, we really appreciate your site, your viewers and the world of comics in general. It would be awesome if you wanted to take a look and at some point mention us to your readers.

Thanks for your time and please let us know your thoughts about the site. Looking forward to hearing back.

Ken & Earl

Hi!

I recently published a book titled The Mathematics of Life and would love to be interviewed about it. This inspiring book explores the story of my long and crazy life where I overcame paralyzation at the age of 10 and became a circus acrobat, lifeguard and stuntman among many other things. I’m 70 years old now. For more information on my book please visit themathematicsoflife.com.

I’m willing to send a free copy of my book as well!

Thanks!

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