Episode 261 - D.U.C.K. Radio2

Mar 7, 2016

Radio D.U.C.K. has come again for part number TWO! Bringing you ALL of Gunwallace's lovely tunes, one after another. This time we get to meet Evangelist for DD Reverend Carlton Crackers, SciFi Hour with Kurt and Steve, Woman 1 and Woman 2, a return of DJ and Rhett Blanket, and introducing BILLY-BOB Banes and JETHRO Ozoneocean! All these fantastic personalities are the mind children of scriptwriter and musician Gunwallace, and played by Gunwallace, Banes, Ozoneocean, and Pitface. Enjoy the music and remember the name of Gunwallace!

Topics and Show Notes

Topics and shownotes

Featured comic:
Pickled - http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/Pickled/

Links:
Get your OWN Gunwallace created theme by helping out DD - http://igg.me/at/DrunkDuck
All Gunwallace's projects on DD - http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/user/Gunwallace/
Gunwallace's homesite! - http://www.virtuallycomics.com

Track list:
Jesus 2016 - http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/Jesus_2016/
Devil Spy - http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/Devil_Spy/
The Godstrain - http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/The_Godstrain/
Gods Revelation - http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/Gods_Revelation/
YOUR CHOICE - http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/YOUR_CHOICE/
DDSR - http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/DDSR/
Holon - http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/Holon/
Robofemoids - http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/Battle_of_the_Robofemoids/
BASO - http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/BASO/
Supermassive Black Hole - http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/Supermassive_Black_Hole_A_Star/
Monster Soup - http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/Monster_Soup/
The Ink - http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/The_Ink/
Master the Tiger - http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/Master_the_Tiger/
Red velvet requiem - http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/Red_Velvet_Requiem/
Restless - http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/Restless/
Tina’s Story - http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/Tinas_Story/
Fred Peterson the mighty warlord - http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/ /Fred_Peterson_The_Mighty_Warlord_Book_1/
Joy to the world - http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/Joy_To_The_World/
Clockwork Atrium - http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/Clockwork_Atrium/
Aidana - http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/Aidana/
Rizmo - http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/Rizmo/
Simply Sarah - http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/simply_sarah/
Tales from two tiny titty bars - http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/Tales_from_Two_Tiny_Tittybars/
Monday Monday - http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/Monday_Monday/
Pinky TA - http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/Pinky_TA/
Steel and Manitou - http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/Steel_and_Manitou/
Culture Shock - http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/Culture_Shock/
Journey man - http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/Journey_Man/
Rose Killer - http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/The_Rose_Killer/
Usedbooks - http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/Used_Books/

Special thanks to:
Gunwallace - http://www.virtuallycomics.com
Banes - http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/user/Banes/
Kawaiidaigakusei - http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/user/kawaiidaigakusei/
Pitface - http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/user/PIT_FACE/

- See more at: http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/news/2016/mar/07/quackcast-261-duck-radio2/

Episode 260 - D.U.C.K. Radio1

Feb 29, 2016

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Welcome to D.U.C.K. Radio! Get ready for your DJs: Smooth Ramone, Hard rock Jimmy Storm (BRINING THE THUNDER!!!), Weatherman Rhet Blanket, Conspiracy theorist Smiley Fraudson, and hilarious* Maple and The Syrup (*they're not funny). This is the first part of Radio DUCK, we're bringing you ALL of the fantastic themes Gunwallace has composed for many great webcomics. You got a small, tiny, insignificant taste little taste of it in Quackcast 258, now be prepared to take the FULL blast! 29 of Gunwallace's classic themes in this cast and two more casts to go to get the rest so stay tuned. Gunwallace radio - All great music all the time!

Episode 258 - Gunwallace music special

Feb 15, 2016

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We have a special treat this time! Gunwallace is our guest and he's brought with him 15 of his fave tracks that he created as themes for DD webcomics. For two years Gunwallace has been creating fantastic musical themes for webcomics, the total is now over 90! He, Banes and I chat about the background behind the tracks, there are some interesting stories, and the music is awesome! Gunwallace is the author of many great comics and a contributor to even more as a writer, such as the Drunk Duck Plays. We hope you enjoy his 15 tracks as well as the 5 bonus ones picked out by me, Ozoneocean, including the theme to Valentine's Dei in honour of the day we recorded on. If you want your own theme by Gunwallace, help up by contributing to our Indiegogo campaign and pick it up as a perk!

Episode 254 - Sexism in your OWN work?k

Jan 18, 2016

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OMFG you sexist PIG! Heh… today we talk about trying to recognise sexism in your OWN work, what to do about it, and WHY. It turns out it can be very hard to do, and if you DO acknowledged it the instinct is to rationalise it away, justify it, or just try and brazen it out in some kind of old fashioned, largely embarrassing, display. I frequently do all three. How do we spot it? Well the Bechdel test isn't that useful, that's better for looking at broad trends not giving specific works a pass/fail - sexy outfits is one thing, if females are dressed minimally or in tight gear in CONTRAST to the males or vice versa - females ONLY having old stereotype roles (maiden/mother/whore archetypes, secretary, nurse, victim, maid etc), though this is context sensitive, i.e. it's more forgiveable if you're doing a historical story or something stylised like a fairytale or a noire story - Gender balance is another thing, it's context sensitive because certain stories will naturally have more of one gender (WW2 submarine crew, Girl's school, a prison story etc), and you don't have to have an exact balance anyway but it's definitely something to THINK about because there is no reason most stories should feature a majority of male characters and a minority of females. WHY should you think about it? Why should you care? Well the audience for almost ALL types of stories, be they action adventure, romance, Scifi, fantasy, historical, even porn, is getting close to 50/50 between men and women these days (maybe it always was?), it really doesn't make sense to alienate or belittle half your audience just because you like to cling to older ways of doing stuff. Gunwallace's theme this week reminds me of a cross between the Knightrider theme and Gunship- it's VERY retro-future. It's the theme to DDSR, a comic with cool custom “sprites”, AKA pixel-art.

Episode 245 - fiction influencing reality and the myth of the friendzone

Nov 16, 2015

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In Quackcast 245 we TRY to talk about my idea that fictional characters, stereotypes, tropes and situations in media have influenced their counterparts in reality, and in a lot of ways helped to create them. Fictional stereotypes and tropes are made out of simplified models of things that happen in reality, usually by pulling together all the most dramatic, big, bold versions and then turning them up to 11 to make a new, more exciting fictional caricature, that NEW image is then spread far and wide and influences people to imitate it- a good example being the modern “cowboy”. This idea was kicked off by Pitface suggesting one of my characters looked like a douchey friendzoned character. I thought about it and realised that a real life version of this character (who's mooning over a girl in a relationship with another guy), WOULD be exactly as she described, also those characters are common to relationship comedies and so often friendzoned… SO that got me thinking: could the current crop of “nice guy” fedora friendzone exponents have based their crazy theories about relationships on images in the media? -since they don't have much relationship to reality yet they so closely match pre-existing tropes in movies and TV shows. Then we expanded the idea to other examples of media representations influencing reality. Pitface, Banes, and Tantz Aerine join me on the Quackcast. Gunwallace does a lovely theme for Entanglement.

Episode 244 - Horror playlist

Nov 9, 2015

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This week's Quackcast marks the end of the Halloweencasts! Late, I know, but we recorded these all in advance. We dressed in costume again, which you can see in our VIDEO. Banes as the arctic death wolf, Pitface as the evil Nancy Regan, Tantz as a fierce Greek pirate rebel, revolutionary warrior, and myself as a horrible, horrible glam metal rocker. The topic of discussion was inspired by another newspost by Banes, this time the subject was “your horror playlist”, so we chat about all the scary, horror themed stuff we enjoy around this time of year. Gunwallace's theme was for BARBARIAN ADVENTURE, I LOVE this track! It's heavy and bluesy, reminiscent of Lenny Kravitz or Cream.

Episode 243 - Horror, Terror, Revulsion

Nov 2, 2015

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Yet ANOTHER Halloweenie cast! This time we used Banes' newspost for inspiration and we talk about the difference between horror, terror, and revulsion in horror themed media along with examples of that in our own comics. We dressed in costume AGAIN, this time Tantz is Zoe from her comic Wolf, I'm Jack the Ripper, Pit is a mouth-head mutant and Banes is the invisible man! Gunwallace's theme this week was for Steel and Manitou. It's a haunting cowboy, desert night, mystical piece that perfectly matches with the theme of the comic.

Episode 234 - Climactic Climaxes!

Aug 31, 2015

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What's best? One big climax, multiple small ones, early, or delayed? How much should you work UP to a climax? What about anticlmactic events, how important are they? Climaxes are really important in stories. Often you work up to them over the course of a whole series, but each episode or chapter can have them, maybe even every single page. I find writing “up” to climaxes a bit stressful because you have a lot of preasure and expectation there. And when it's over and you've actually achieved it, it can be a bit depressing: where do you go to from there? You can feel a little lost, at least I do. TALKING ABOUT WRITING HERE. My preference is for multiple climaxes. Do you always need climaxes in stories? I don't think you do personally… there are times when things work fine without one, but it does help better with endings. Sometimes climaxes can be TOO big. Way too much of a story can be invested in a climax, it subsumes everything, everything has to tie in with that specific story flow and that can be REALLY had to pull off. If it's not done right it can be massively disappointing. Anticlimactic. Pitface Joins Banes and Ozone to chat about climaxes in stories and read out the contributions from our climactic contributors. Gunwallace gave us a gorgeous theme for Just Another Day!


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