2 items from 2010
From 8Bit Brownies Inc., the creators of Galacticast, A Comicbook Orange is a three-four minute weekly comic book web series featuring rapid-fire reviews and interviews with top industry creators. Hosted by Casey McKinnon, co-written by Rudy Jahchan and directed by Josh Allard, the team packages the series with custom special effects, creative intros and outros, and promotes interactivity with their audience.
It has quickly become my favorite video podcast after Rob from 1 000 000 Comics in Montreal recommended it. And with Sound On Sight getting ready to launch our own video show, I felt the need to promote the hard workers over at 8Bit Brownie.
On the season 5 finale they interviewed the creator of Scott Pilgrim, Bryan Lee O’Malley so I thought it would be a good episode to expose our readers to.
Be sure to Comicbook Orange on Twitter and visit the website to support the show.
A Comicbook Orange debuted Season 5 today (season 5!), with none other than Rick Remender getting honors for the first episode back. My how time flies, it was just yesterday that Season 3 pranced across our monitors. This season Orange creators Casey McKinnon (pictured right) and Rudy Jahchan have an excellent line up of guests for this new season, including Zack Whedon, Felicia Day, Brea Grant (Heroes), Bryan Lee O'Malley. [A Comicbook Orange] Qik, the live online video platform popular amongst iPhone 3Gs users, launched a private beta of its new live streaming desktop app, which amongst other things allows for some basci editing of live video streams. So you can finally trim those awkward intros, and get to the good stuff when sharing the video clips. [Qik] MSN premiered Ultradome this week on its Parallel Universe sci-fi site from creator, and Heroes star, Milo Ventimiglia. Fitting with its geek culture face-offs, episode one (below) delivers a »
- Marc Hustvedt
2 items from 2010