Alliance Chat 1

Alliance Chat, where no topic has gone before!

Welcome to the first Alliance Chat!  This podcast will be about various topics in not only the comic industry, but nearly anything that effects creators of all types.  And sometimes just plain old life issues; like stinky feet or that Drezz pees in pools.

In this podcast, we chat about window air conditioners, enjoying a hiatus from your comic, dogs, gender specific advertising, broken bones, grossing Byron out and child birth stories.

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  1. I really like this Chat podcast. It’s nice to hear you guys talk about less “serious” matters and just shoot the shit like you’re just hanging out.

  2. cool. a second cast. and i caught it from the first ep.

    on the topic of gender specific products… i think it has a lot to do with the market for everyday items being saturated. i mean we have all the items we really need, so all they can do now is repackage them to make more money. it’s like taking single issues of a comic and putting them into a TPB, and then after that into a like an omnibus. or tv series into a one season set and then a complete series set. all of our needs for most products have been satisfied… we’re just spinning them “new” ways.
    but being gender specific in comics is boring for me. i don’t generally see gender when creating comics. just personalities.

  3. Oh my goodness, we also have an air conditioner that is in the wall. Unfortunately it broke this summer right when we were having 100-105 degree weather. It was awful! We ended up freezing containers of water and putting them in front of the fans at our desks just to cool down a little bit.

    Nobody wants to get me started on gender bias in products. We especially don’t want to get me started on the way that women are portrayed in comics.

    Dawn’s hubby sounds similar to mine. My hubby was raised primarily by his mom. He does have an older brother but he’s 8 years older so she almost had two only children. My husband has no problem being un-macho. He knows I’m the physically stronger of the two of us and he lets me carry all the heavy things, and the power tools in the house are mine. 🙂

    I have never had a cactus incident, but I did have a rose bush that we were relocating fall on me. And when I was about 8 years old I broke my left wrist roller-skating. That sucked, because I’m left-handed. So I spent six weeks trying to be right handed. During Christmas. That was interesting.

    This was an interesting change of pace! I liked it, though I think I like the comic discussions more.

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