Jul 16, 2012
Our idea was to revisit some of the interesting featured comics from the past years... We picked features that appeal to us and that are still on the site, commenting about what we like and don't like about the art, writing, design, style of humour, type of story, and the genre.We hope this will be an interesting topic to revisit in future Quackcasts too. The feature spotlight is fleeting and only happens once to a comic, then they sink away again, so it's worth having another look at the great and wonderful glories of the past to see just how great and wonderful they were! I'm joined again on the Quackcast by my personable and friendly voiced co-host Banes!
Topics and Show Notes
Karen's Edge - http://www.drunkduck.com/Karens_Edge/
/>Mailbox Rocketship - http://www.drunkduck.com/Mailbox_Rocketship/
Comics from the Quackcast:
The Hub by Hyena Hell, rated M, Featured Feb. 12, 2009
/>Distance and Time by VegaX, rated T, Featured Aug. 25, 2011
/>The Surreal Adventures of Edgar Allan Poo by edgarallanpoo rated E, Featured March 8, 2007
/>Monster Soup by TheGhost, rated M, Featured Dec. 19, 2011
/>Star Crossed Destiny by junoblairb rated M, Featured Jan. 16, 2007
/>Lena by lenadventures, rated E, Featured April 9, 2012
And Do NOT forget the Drunk duck awards!!!!!! VOTE
Apr 10, 2012
A super special epic saga soap special! We have ALL stories ALL the time here with a pseudo-comedy overdose of silliness! Over an hour of stupidity and nonsense held together by the soap character versions of Ironscarf, Macattack Kroatz, Harkovast, "the Narrator", and two strange teenage "girls" who think everything is totally gross. Now is your chance to try and catch up on the last few episodes, 6 to 11. Marvel at Hippievan's crash and resurrection, Kroatz's out of body perv-fest, the drunken quest for ouzo, Skoolmunkee's butt-sister, lots of Harkovast. the sexily armoured Pit Face, and the infamous kiss.I dare you to listen to this and retain your sanity!!!! There's even a special bonus track at the very end...
Dec 6, 2011
What are the things from your background that have influenced your comic work? What are the events, images, situations, lessons, film, music, people, ideologies, and experiences that have served as your creative fuel? This is what I wanted to know about for this Quackcast, so we have various DD comic artists describing the inspiration fuel cells that power their work.