In our documentary special, Episode 34, we travel to Ohio to seize our fortunes, and begin peeling back the curtain on the wider cast of comrades and fiends that make up the world of independent publishing.
Venerable zine creator Julia Eff joins us as we return to the studio to talk about comics show strategies, traveling, morphing into an adult, and how much an Underwood typewriter is worth at the scrapyard.
On a very special episode of ROCP, we are joined by musician Tunde Olaniran and animator Anna Stasek, and we bring back returning champions Natasha Beste, Courtney Spivak, Nik Burridge, and Chris Weagel. We delve shallow and deep into the world of modern creativity and learn what it means to be an artist and a human being in America.
Kevin and Mike are economically devastated by their ridiculous aspirations to create meaningful artwork. Part one of this episode’s opening benediction was recorded by the Ginger Kitty Manifesto team, who interviewed us at the Small Press and Alternative Comics Expo (SPACE) in Columbus, Ohio. Part two of the benediction is given by guest preacher Chris Weagel of HumanDog.tv
Passive-aggressive skater Paul Hubbarth pops into the studio to talk to Kevin and Mike about his travels, injuries, and the complex relationship between religious beliefs and the structure of human civilization.