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Tell The Damn Story, Unplugged: Trials of An Eisner Judge

Host Chris Ryan interviews co-host Alex Simmons while Alex is in San Diego as a judge for the comic industry’s prestigeous Eisener Awards. Click here. Recorded Sunday, April 14th TTDS Hosts:

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Tell The Damn Story (Flashback) “Character …”

Greetings All, Once again, we creatives (Chris & myself) are off doing what we doing what we do, which is why we couldn’t record an episode for today.  So we’re turning back the clock to a previous episode, with some … Continue reading

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What Makes A Character ICONIC?

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Oh! THESE Are My Super Powers!

Earlier today I was griping, and a long friend said, “No worries, we’ll just write our way out of all this…” This simple line reminded me why creative people exist in society. Our super power are 1) Envision Vision, 2) … Continue reading

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I Remember 9/11 — Part 3

Part 3 The following day we were able to reunite with our other child and the family felt whole again. And trust me, I remember feeling blessed to be able to feel that, fore I knew thousands more had been … Continue reading

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I Remember 9/11 – Part 1

I remember where I was on this day so few years ago. I remember the sun was shinning brightly and the temperature was ideal for a spring day, though it was the beginning of fall. I remember my 3 children … Continue reading

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THERE ARE ALWAY HEROES AMONG US

HONOR THE HEART “… 4-Year-Old Texas Boy Who Saved Girl From Drowning…” When I posted this story on Facebook, one of the reactions (and rightly so) was, “where was the parents, the life guard, etc. My response was, “All of your … Continue reading

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