After being laid-off from their corporate day jobs, five newbie entrepreneurs compete to get their businesses off the ground when a mystery benefactor promises to invest $500,000 in one of their startups.
Every year, thousands of nerds converge on San Diego for the biggest comic book convention in the world: Comic-Con. In this episode, Chris Hardwick and his panel piece together what happened at this year's event.
In the small village of Trefynydd the local bakery goes into liquidation making all it's employees redundant, only there's no money to pay the staff redundancy. After many heartaches the people decide to make a go of it on their own.
Interesting effort - hard to judge by only five minutes, which is devoted mainly to setting it up.
Looks as if this was done for the UK fans who get Torchwood a week after the USAians, for once.
The animation is basically what's called "motion comics", in which static comics are manipulated to impart motion - which is even less-realistic looking than the cheapest Saturday morning half-hour toy ads disguised as entertainment for kids.
Judging by the comments on YouTube, some people - mostly the rabid fanboy (girl) types - haven't figured out that the action is taking place in two different times as well as two different places: the Cardiff segments are set in 2007, the L.A. segments are set in present time, after Miracle Day.
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