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Andy Childress

Glad the giggidy giggidy gigcast is back fellows.  If yall record one this week I, Andy Childress of  BUBBAWORLDCOMIX.COM , will be in Jackson , MS at the Feb Fright fest on the 12th. I will have copies of my horror graphic novel , MISFITS & MAYHEM, along with a few copies of my humor book TALES FROM THE APPLIANCE GRAVEYARD VOL 2.  I will have horror art and books and art from my normal humor titles.  More info on the website for everything at .  the site updates daily.

See Ya In The Funny Web Pages,
Andy B. Childress

Awesome Hostpital

Story by Chad Bowers and Chris Sims
Art by Matt Digges
Logo and Lettering by Josh Krach
Death Rays. Mind Control. Teenage Werewolves. When you’ve got a problem so rad that conventional science can’t help, you need to consult the specialists of Awesome Hospital.

Blood dreams
Angi Shearstone is an award-winning professional artist with an MFA in comics, a small herd of cats, strong geek tendencies and a fondness for ska-core. She’s worked in children’s books with Mercer Mayer, in comics on Batman: Gotham County Line with Scott Hampton, collaborated with Mur Lafferty on Beyond the Storm: Shadows of the Big Easy, and otherwise has self-published a handful of small comic book projects. She currently teaches cool computer stuff to keep the bills paid as she prepares to launch the first installation of her potentially epic-sized fully painted comic book series, BloodDreams. She’s also a certified dabbler in video editing.!5756129/whos-the-newest-member-of-the-fantastic-four

This was created in dedication to the photographer Vivian Maier, a street photographer from the 1950s – 1990s. Vivian’s work was discovered at an auction here in Chicago where she resided most of her life. Her discovered work includes over 100,000 mostly medium format negatives, thousands of prints, and countless undeveloped rolls of film.

Birthday art

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One Response to “The Gigcast 198”

I had to giggle at the Grey Brick Gameboy. I still have mine myself. Still works. Got it when I was 5. Haven’t had anything else.

New listener. Been listening for a week or so while I work.