We(l)come Back to TLC! We(l)come Back to TLC!
This week, an episode of TLC so awesome, you will remember it in the next life! That’s right, this week TLC is joined by... We(l)come Back to TLC!

This week, an episode of TLC so awesome, you will remember it in the next life! That’s right, this week TLC is joined by our first ever guest, writer Christopher Sebela We(l)come Back. Join us while we talk indie publishing, choosing to tell diverse stories, and discover that working on a comic book is just like a relationship.

Reviews:

We(l)come Back

We Can Never Go Home

City of Glass

Invader Zim

Phonogram (El is also confused edition)

Christopher Sebela’s work can be found in We(l)come Back, High Crimes, Dead Letters, Ghost, and more.
Check out We(l)come Back issue 1 from Boom Studios, in stores now, and keep an eye out for issue 2, releasing this month! or grab it digitally on Comixology here.

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El Anderson

El is a guest writer on the SN. Be sure to check out her work at Femmes in the Fridge

  • Tarmac492.1

    Downloading this for a listen later, while I drink copious amounts of Tullamore Dew at home!!!

  • Tarmac492.1

    I want to do a comic book based solely on my drunk txts. Anyone want to do the art?

  • Tarmac492.1

    Stalkeye needs to check out Chris’s tumblr paage with all the EFNY stuff!!

  • Tarmac492.1

    Ahhh, to just be able to write for a living??? Yeah, that is Heaven!!

  • Tarmac492.1

    I just wrote a document at work on how to manage your .PST files. My bosses took out all the best lines!!! I guess, however, I finally got paid for my writing!! LOL!!

  • Tarmac492.1

    The prospect of writing a comic is very interesting to me. Even though I have stopped collecting comics many years ago. I still appreciate their artistic beauty and narrative awesomeness.

  • Tarmac492.1

    I think I would be pretty decent at writing an American Splendor type comic. BTW, a fucking great movie that is. I saw that at an AICN screening NYC in 03. It was a double feature with Revenge of the Nerds, but we only watched American Splendor. My buddy was a huge Crumb fan, so he was thrilled to get a watch of AS. Then we went back to the Slaughtered Lamb on West 4th to drink pints.

  • Tarmac492.1

    creatively see other people. Nice.

  • Tarmac492.1

    These comic book collaboration lines seem like they might work at the corner tavern?

  • Tarmac492.1

    Die!!!!!!

  • Was it another spambot? Damn it, they’re avoiding my watch

  • Hey, you got a guest. Cool!

  • Tarmac492.1

    Nice podcast ladies. Very informative!!! Christopher Sebela was an interesting guest. More like these, please??????

  • Tarmac492.1

    Yes these vile, vile cunts.

  • Tarmac492.1

    Interesting conversation.

  • Cool, I’m lagging behind on the listening this week. i got like, 3,5 hours of podcasts to listen still. Had to spend some time on making my own one again, lol

  • Hmm, should I start writing “StudioHEAD” -the novel…?

  • Yup, I’m my own artist and writer and I sometimes need a creative break from myself

  • …and sometimes I just doodle stuff like this(pic):

  • I try to keep an eye on them as much as I can, but…
    https://a.disquscdn.com/uploads/mediaembed/images/2513/8040/original.jpg?w=800&h

  • Tarmac492.1

    Those are quite good!!

  • Still a “work in progress”…

  • Mr.Beer is my friend too

  • Very good one, ladies.

  • Zed

    Graphic novel. More hip, and it’s easier to get some idiot producer to buy the movie rights.

  • Well, you have provided some story ideas for “StudioHEAD”….

  • A guy infiltrating TLC? Men have no shame! =P

  • We(l)come Back sounds cool, I may check that out.

  • Amanda

    There is a comic book that was based on a set of drunk tweets! It’s a single volume, The Field, by Ed Brisson with Simon Roy on art. Probably Image, but I can’t be sure right now.

  • Tarmac492.1

    I was never as original as i thought. sigh