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Posts Tagged ‘webseries’

Geek Cred…Engage!

The launch party for my new show “Geek Cred” was so much fun! The main man behind it all, Daniel Beals, is a genuine lover of comics and all things geek. They launched the IndieGogo campaign on Wed, Feb 5th with a goal of $36,000 to try and fund the entire first season of the show. But the lovely thing about IndieGogo is that you can keep any and all money raised, so at the very least, you guys will definitely get to see a few episodes before ComicCon. More info: GEEK CRED is a new workplace comedy series set in a comic book store. Created by Daniel Beals (Mediating Kidnapper, Old Rivalry, The Zombie Whisperer) the show stars Michele Boyd (Team Unicorn, How I Met Your Mother, FlashForward), Wes Robertson (Dwelling, Blunderkind, Hell & Mr. Fudge), Damion Poitier (True Blood, Pair of Kings, Hunter Prey and The Avengers), and […]

Coming soon….”Geek Cred”!

  Already a wonderful write-up from http://nerdreactor.com about my new webseries “Geek Cred”! I’ll be writing more about this soon, but for now, Check it out: Sports fans have The League, gamers have The Guild, and office workers have…The Office. But what about the comic book fan? There will be an Indiegogo campaign that will launch in February 2014 for Geek Cred, a comedy series that follows a small group of comic book lovers at a comic book store. The show will premiere in late May. I say it’s a good year for comic book fans Check out the synopsis: GEEK CRED is a new comedy centered around the pop culture-laden misadventures of Callie and Ben, employees at a comic book store, their aloof boss Spencer and Jerome, a regular customer who always gets mixed up in the employees’ adventures. Geek Cred isn’t just ABOUT fans; it is legitimately BY fans. Starring Michele Boyd (Team […]

It’s not dead yet!

Oof! We got so close! I do have to say, I’m pretty impressed and so appreciative that we managed to raise over $16,000 in less than a month!! You guys are amazing, and I can’t begin to say how thankful I am for everyone’s support, even if we didn’t reach our goal. You make me so happy!! HOWEVER! Goonies never say die. Like a Romero zombie shuffling towards the nearest shopping mall, PENNY HORRORS shall live on. LIVE ON, I SAY! The outpouring of support and awareness that the Kickstarter campaign raised was enough to catch the interest of a few well known horror sites who are now interested in investing in the project and co-producing alongside me. If it’s possible, I’m even happier about this than if the Kickstarter had actually been funded, because it means I’ll be working with even more professionals who have had horror in their […]

“Penny Horrors” Kickstarter is now LIVE!

I am incredibly excited about this.  I just launched a Kickstarter to fund a series of horror shorts that I am basing off this thread from Reddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/AskReddit/comments/1iwylh/what_is_the_best_horror_story_you_can_come_up/ Essentially they asked readers to submit their two-sentence scary stories, and man did the interwebs oblige. I was incredibly creeped out by reading through them and really wanted to make some into actual films! After gaining permission (Well hello copyright law! I totally saw you standing there) from the the posts’ authors, I realized that the main way to do this right was by paying people in more than hugs and sandwiches. Thus, this was born: I am incredibly happy with all the support Penny Horrors has received thus far. I worked with past collaborator Adam Levermore (Firefly propaganda posters as well as Team Unicorn artwork!) and a new genius animator and artist Efehan Elbi. Incredibly talented, and I’ll continue to work with […]