Wednesday, March 18, 2009












Greetings.

First of all, i know i mentioned it a while back, but the Eclectic Micks blog really seems to be picking up pace. If ye haven't checked it out yet, ye really should. Every day. I've done a couple of nice pieces for it myself so far, but the other lads are really knockin' it out of the park.

In other Eclectic Micks news, 6 of the 7 Micks took part in a roundtable discussion a while back (It was literally at a round table, i swear... though it's not much of a discussion). What followed was a rambly, talk-over-each-other travesty of epic proportions brought to you by the Comic Cast. If you're in a mood to punish your brain, give it a listen here.

Dec.

8 comments:

thecomiccast said...

"rambly, talk-over-each-other travesty of epic proportions brought to you by the Comic Cast."

Man, I'm never letting Craig do an interview alone again . . .

Declan Shalvey said...

You forgot the 'punish your brain' bit.

I think Craig revelled in the anarchy of it all

:)

SALVO said...

That Rocketeer portrait is a beautiful thing.

thecomiccast said...

Haha. I actually really liked it. It wasn't informative but it was entertaining. The last 10mins about all those 'websites' cracks me up everytime I hear it.

Clamnut Comix said...

Its shit

Rich said...

I got the feeling listening to that, you guys could of gone on for hours and hours talking about crap.
I got a sence there was a lot of love in the air between you guys....manly hetro love that is...

Did anyone catch that Thompson's working for Marvel...

Declan Shalvey said...

Hey Salvo, thanks man. YEah, everyone seems to like that one.

Rich, yeah that could have gone on for weeks. It might have been a little more organised if there were some actual QUESTIONS but still, everyone was talking over each other. Maybe we should have come up with some protocol as to who was allowed speak at certain times.

Ah screw it; it was a good laugh. The 'websites' bit was pretty funny alright.

Dec.

David said...

It nearly went highbrow with the philosophical debate (on which Walhberg is best I mean) but those last ten mins... Stephen Thompson is working for Marvel? :)