Interviews & Originals

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    Help Support Rob Kutner’s Shrinkage!

    Rob Kutner is not some dude sitting on his sofa in his tighty whities, pounding out terrible comics with meaty, Cheeto-stained fingers. Previously a writer for The Daily Show with John Stewart and currently a writer on CONAN, Rob Kutner is legit and he needs help getting his comic series out.

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    MisSpelled, A Witchy Webseries

    MisSpelled features a cast of 5 witches that have no clue what they’re doing! This lack of control tends to get them in pretty hot water. Can the girls save themselves and their families from the dark forces out to get them? They don’t know, but they can Google it.

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    Geeks and Science on Your Fingers: Incidental Twin Nail Polish

    Sami Holloway’s label, Incidental Twin, creates fandom-inspired nail colors like “Loki Stole My Feels”, “I’ll Be in My Bunk,” and “Not A Psychopath”. However, my personal favorites are Sami’s science inspired polishes, including colors such as “Marie Curie”, “Tesla”, and “Horse Head Nebula”.

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    Kickstarting The Apocalypse with Diani & Devine

    “We’re raising a lot of money. It’s more than I’ve ever made in a year doing anything, but it’s not a lot with which to make a movie. So, that’s going to be a challenge to get a feature film made on that budget and have it be what we want it to be. But, we’re going to be creative and work fast and dirty.”

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    Healthy & Delicious: Phantom Fuel Bars

    “Phantom FUEL is my line of all-natural granola bars… They’re chewy and delicious, but packed with protein, iron, and fiber that will keep you feeling full a lot longer than you’d think…. There are plenty of fabulous ingredients ….and I use a few of the super-tasty ones to mask all of the super-healthy ones in Phantom FUEL. Everybody wants to eat healthier, but nobody wants to chomp down on something as tasteless as cardboard …And if you can get a bunch of protein and fiber and iron in something that tastes this good, wouldn’t you want to eat it every day??”