It's that time of year again and Stockton Con is in the air. Mike Millerick is back to talk about the upcoming Convention. This is the 4th year of Mike's creation and it's Bigger and Better then ever. Listen and enjoy.
Mike Millerick Drops by the Studio to talk about the 3rd Annual Charity StocktonCon. We find out some of the Big Name guest that will be at this years event. There will be a Big Cosplay costume contest, and much, much more. Listen to the episode and come to the Con, it's for a Good Cause.
It's a bird, it's a plane, no it's Jason Dube. Jason, an illustrator and
comic book maker, drops by Big Z Studios to tell us about making comic
books and the Sacramento Comic Con scene. Jason is in charge of "Artist
Alley" and SacCon. He also has a weekly get together for seasoned and
first time artists. A very interesting and driven man who started his
own comic book company. Listen and enjoy.
Corey Bernhardt is a painter, graphic designer, tattooer, and small business owner. He owns and operates Reclamare Tattoo Studio and Art Gallery. He stops by the studio to discuss his first year in business, what pushed him into pursuing art as a career, and what ultimately landed him in tattooing. Check it out!
It's a nuts and bolts discussion about sketch comedy with The Syndicate director/writer/performer, Jesse Jones! We get into what makes sketch comedy work from the genesis of an idea to its final form onstage. We also talk about working in an ever evolving group of performers of varying experience, and any hardships that might create. We also get into Jesse's journey, first into comedy performing, and then into his move to LA. He shares what it was like living down there, taking every writing class he could find, and the most important thing he learned from his last teacher in his last class, that ultimately helped lead him back to Sacramento. We also talk a bit about his foray into writing comics. Lots of great information on this episode for anyone that's ever wondered about doing sketch comedy. Check it out, then go check out The Syndicate!
We're talking Stockton-Con 2013 and professional wrestling on this episode, so if you're not into comic book conventions or back-body drops, consider yourself warned! We're super happy to welcome Mike Millerick back to the show to discuss the latest Stockton-Con, and all of the things that made it better and different from the first Stockton-Con of 2012. Mike fills us in on how he went about wrangling celebrity guests, the mighty cosplay contest, dealing with artists and vendors, and what he's ultimately hoping to do in the future with regard to creating something grand for the city of Stockton, and the show itself. We end the show talking about the great local wrestling scene here in Northern California, as well as what's good and bad about WWE. Good times!