Gweek is a weekly podcast where the editors and friends of Boing Boing talk about comic books, science fiction and fantasy, video games, board games, tools, gadgets, apps, and other neat stuff.
My hosts on episode 36 are cartoonist Ruben Bolling, whose comic, Tom the Dancing Bug, premieres weekly on Boing Boing, and Dean Putney, Boing Boing’s coding and development wizard. We had a great time talking about a bunch of different stuff this time. Listen to the episode here.
Below is a list of the things we talked about in Gweek episode 36. (Sure, you could just click on the links below to learn about them without listening to the podcast, but then you will miss out on the scintillating conversation we had about these remarkable curios.)
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Tom the Dancing Bug
Doc Fermento Discovers the World podcast
The Bulletproof Executive
Writing Movies for Fun and Profit: How We Made a Billion Dollars at the Box Office and You Can, Too!, by Robert Ben Garant and Thomas Lennon
Jack Davis: Drawing American Pop Culture: A Career Retrospective
The Adventures of Tintin
Crudbump: Real Art
Toothpaste for Dinner
Big Blog of Kids’ Comics!
Hey Skinny! Great Advertisements from the Golden Age of Comic Books
Nothing to Do With Arbroath
Boing Boing’s B-Side
Weider Adjustable Kettle Bell
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