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Making Of, Part 43

Been a couple of weeks since I last gave you folks another ‘making of’ teaser for the LICD Animated series, and as the animation on the episode will be done by the end of next week, I thought, now’s a good time.

With that, I give you Julie Nathanson as Nancy.

10 points if you can tell me why her voice sounds so damn familiar.

-Because I Can.

Quote of the Day

“The people of this nation can stomach quite a bit. But the one thing they can’t stomach is the image of a vice president with a mouthful of cock. “
– from The Contender (2000)

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Look At My Serious Face

I know I joke around a lot, and some of you may get the impression that I’m a tad insincere sometimes. So let me just state now that what I am about to say comes 100% from my heart.

Do I have your attention?

I want my own B-52 Stratofortress bomber.

But, and here’s the thing, instead of bombs I plan on dropping Cadbury eggs on unsuspecting nations, people and pets.

Again, that was from the heart.

-Because I Can.

Quote of the Day

“There’s a hole as big as my dick in the left wing. “
– from Memphis Belle (1990)

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On Comixology

This morning, we released LICD Volume 1: I Have My Moments on Comixology. (I’m going to go with the assumption that you know what Comixology is…you do, right?)

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We’ve been working with Comixology for the last few months to get all of our titles on there, both old and new, and we racked our brains to find a way to release LICD on there without it being the same content you can get here on the site.

And then someone (probably me) came up with the idea to put out our books, with all the commentary, sketches and extra content you’d find in the printed versions.

From here on in,  Comixology will have a new LICD book on their system every 3 months until we’re caught up to where we are now.

If you haven’t had a chance to peruse one of our books before due to your hatred or love of trees, this’d be the opportunity.

-sohmer

-Because I Can.

Quote of the Day

Awwwwwwwwww’
– Ryan Sohmer, Upon Learning He Wasn’t The New Pope (2013)

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