Justin Piatt, along with co-creator and artist Zack Dolan, have created something truly extraordinary with their comic book, Super! They’ve managed to make the Superhero genre feel fresh again through both parody and homage to the super heroes we all grew up with. We were very fortunate to be able to pry Justin anyway from his tireless work on Super! to pick his brain about how Super! all came about and where it’s going.
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What? I can write for PtWoR?! Level with me Punchers, what are you even doing with your life? You’re sitting around, eating Cheetos and playing Skyrim all day. Wouldn’t you rather contribute to something great? We here at Punching the Walls of Reality (PtWoR) certainly feel that you have the ability to be more than just a kill count waiting to happen. And luckily for you we’re in the market for new contributors to add to our stable. As you should already know, we cover a variety of topics spanning from comic books and games to television and movies. We’re wanting to expand our coverage and output. That’s where you come in, Punchers. PtWoR is looking for volunteers to contribute to the website. We’d like add a columnist or two, who’s able to commit to writing at least one article a week. You know you’ve been wanting to do some writing anyway. So what are you waiting for? Do it now! Hit us up at email@example.com and let us know what you would like to write about. Please include at least one writing sample. And remember, writing for PtWoR goes great with resumes.
We were join by a very special guest in this episode of Straight Outta Austin!, freelance writer, author and geek extraordinaire, Chris-Rachael! We discuss the genius inventor Nikola Tesla, Dr. Who (who we totally know everything about), being scarred by anime at a tender young age, and where to find geek girls! Right click to download Straight Outta Austin! – Episode 38- Dr. Who? Punchers, if you’re looking for something awesome for the upcoming holidays and you would like to support a local author, check out these awesome books from Chris-Rachael. (Yes, books. You know those rectangular bound paper things.)