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On April 30th we were in LA and got to have a special episode of two shows mixed in to one!

“Knights of The Guild meet the Tech Barbarians”

The Knights of The Guild is the official podcast for the hit web series, “The Guild”

We hung out at Teal Sherer’s(Venom from The Guild) apartment and were joined by Kenny, Jenny, Sean Becker, Teddy Garces, and many more!

This is part 1 of 2!

Special thanks to Kenny for going through all the trouble of bringing all his equipment and taking care of everything for this episode!

 

 

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On April 30th we were in LA and got to have a special episode of two shows mixed in to one!

“Knights of The Guild meet the Tech Barbarians”

The Knights of The Guild is the official podcast for the hit web series, “The Guild”

We hung out at Teal Sherer’s(Venom from The Guild) apartment and were joined by Kenny, Jenny, Sean Becker, Teddy Garces, and many more!

This is part 1 of 2!

Special thanks to Kenny for going through all the trouble of bringing all his equipment and taking care of everything for this episode!

 

 

Action Comix for April 11, 2011

Posted: 15th April 2011 by mark in Comics

Action Comix for April 2, 2011

Posted: 4th April 2011 by mark in Comics

 

Comic for 3/25/11

Posted: 25th March 2011 by admin in Comics

Jeff Lewis, from the “Jeff Lewis 5 minute comedy hour” and Vork from  “The Guild“(amongst many other projects) joined us to talk about the wrapping of season one of his show!

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About The Jeff Lewis 5-Minute Comedy Hour

The Jeff Lewis 5-Minute Comedy Hour is an online sketch comedy show. Each episode consists of one single sketch. All episodes are self-contained. These sketches were written by Jeff Lewis during his time with the ACME theater company. The show is directed by Sean Becker (The Guild, Awkward Pictures) and features guest appearances by Felicia Day, Vince Caso, Tara Caso, Brett Sheridan, Jamie Kaler, Kyle Bornheimer, Tom Konkle, Kim Evey and more. 

Directed by Sean Becker
Produced by Jeff Lewis and Sean Becker
Co-Producer Kim Evey
Line Producer T.J. Rotell
Director of Photography Chris Darnell
Production Designer Denise Pantoja
Editors Matthew Smith and Sean Becker
Music by Kevin MacLeod

Comic for 3/12/11

Posted: 12th March 2011 by admin in Comics

 

 

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About Kenny

Kenny was born and raised in Southern California and is currently working as a Post Production Supervisor for various television shows.

Kenny is an avid TV watcher. He used to watch about 25 hours of TV a week but as free time has gotten more and more rare he has cut back quite a bit. Some of his  favorite current shows are The Big Bang Theory, Pushing Daisies, Lost, Heroes, Doctor Who, Torchwood, How I Meet Your Mother, Eureka, Legend of the Seeker, and Battlestar Galactica. TV shows of the Past that he’s loved are V, Firefly, Anything Star Trek, Buffy, Angel, 4400, Threshold, Surface, The West Wing, Charmed and far to many more to name. He’s also a reality TV junkie; He loves American Gladiator, Survivor, Big Brother and Amazing Race. He’s  an avid Movie watcher also, his favorites are Fantasy/Sci Fi, but he does enjoy all types of movies. Everyone tells him, he’d make a horrible Movie critic because his movie watching philosophy is if the movie was entertaining then he’d like it. Never mind the bad script or acting.. if he was entertained then it gets a thumbs up.

Another big obsession of his  is Collecting, from action figures to cards, from DVD’s to magazines. He has a thing for Movie/TV related items. He has action figures from Star Trek, Star Wars, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, Buffy and Angel, Charmed, and so many more. His DVD collection is growing in leaps and bounds. He has all Star Trek The Next Generation, Star Trek Deep Space Nine and Star Trek Voyager on DVD. His third bedroom in his house is devoted to his obsession.

Kenny found The Guild through The Treks in Sci Fi fan forums, which he co-moderates. The owner of the forums posted a link to The Guild. He watched the first episode and was hooked. He quickly watched the remaining four episodes as they were only up to episode five at the time. Then he watched as they released the other five. He quickly became a huge fan and when they asked for volunteers for season two he quickly through his hat in. At first he offered his talents and facility as post production supervisor but what he really wanted to do was some behind the scenes for their DVD. Knowing that DVD sales are important to web series, as this is where they can make some money back. In order to sell DVD’s he thought they should have a good number of really cool BTS pieces and who better to make them then a huge fan. He suggested this to Kim and Felicia and they liked the idea so he volunteered to produce, shoot and edit the BTS stuff from their second season DVD and continued to do the same on their season three DVD and finally moved to full time podcasting for them for Season Four.

After filming the second season of The Guild he wanted to do a podcast on a topic that wasn’t really out there and he thought why not The Guild. It’s a great series and no one else is doing one. So he got Felicia’s permission and asked his friend Jenni/Guild co-worker if she wanted to co-host and the rest as they say is history.

He also co-hosts MASH 4077 Podcast and Epic Geek Out Podcast

Links:

Kenny’s Website - http://www.Geekyfanboy.com
Kenny’s Blog - http://geekyfanboy.blogspot.com
Kenny’s Twitter - http://twitter.com/Geekyfanboy

 

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About Kim Evey

Kim Evey was born in South Korea and was adopted by a family in the United States at age one; after living in various U.S. cities, the family settled in Albuquerque, New Mexico. From acting in high school, she moved into improvisational theater in college, eventually establishing the Seattle improv group Kings’ Elephant Theater in 1988 with fellow members of her college group.

While living in Seattle, Evey continued to act and write in other venues, including a stint as an artist in residence with two local companies, membership in the guest cast of anaward-winning comedy show, and a leading role in a feature film (Nowheresville (2000)). During this period, she made a national tour of her one-woman show about World War II internment of Americans of Japanese descent, called “Within the Silence”.

Evey has lived in Los Angeles since 2000 and continues working both as an actor and a writer. Her local stage work currently includes membership in the Main Company at ACME Comedy Theater, for which she has taught sketch comedy writing. Her writing credits include episodes of “Sherm!” (2005) and “Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi” (2004). As of 2007, she was developing a pilot based on her viral video for Mediocre Films, “Gorgeous Tiny Chicken Machine Show” (2007), in which she plays “Kiko”, a wacky television talk show host. Evey co-starred in another popular Mediocre short, Mating Season (2005/I), with her husband, fellow actor and comedy writer Greg Benson.

 

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Check out her website:

MeganLeeJoy.com

Other Links Mentioned on the show:

www.JoyofMegan.comModeling
www.facebook.com/meganleejoyfansFB Fan Page
www.imdb.me/meganleejoyIMDB
www.twitter.com/meganleejoy
www.theredwoodsproject.usThe Untitled Redwoods Project (feature film) Blog
www.vimeo.com/thunderballprods/videosCheck out trailers for Happy Hour and The Untitled Redwoods Project

web.me.com/joyofmegan/ABBREVS/WELC.html - Abbrevs. webisode site
www.youtube.com/user/meganleejoyYoutube Channel

About Megan

Born just a few minutes from San Francisco, Megan Lee Joy was raised as a well rounded and artsy gal by her architect/artist father and teacher/speech pathologist mother.

From a young age she knew she wanted to be an actor. She began following these aspirations quite early by putting on plays for her parents and friends, often playing several roles, as no one else could keep up with her voracious appetite for performance.  She would choreograph dances for her younger brother and friends as well as provide makeup and styling services for each of her events! She wanted to do it all. Not only did she love every minute of the process, she also made everyone around her brighten up and have fun as well!

While theatre and on camera work ruled her heart, she devoted her body to movement, enrolling in multiple dance classes over the years as well as playing club soccer year round. By the age of 8 she was busy auditioning for musicals and plays. Her first role ever was the Door Mouse in Alice and Wonderland at the age of 8. Very fitting, as she LOVES sleep : )

When she arrived at junior high she immersed herself in choir, orchestra and drama, trying to extract every bit of art out of her small town.

By high school she had developed a full on love affair with theatre and begun to take on serious dramatic roles that explored peer pressure, domestic violence and sexuality.

Continuing her pursuit of acting she moved to Oregon to study theatre at the University of Oregon. She submerged herself in acting, voice, movement and speech, further honing those early dreams into marketable skills. Soon after her studies begin at University of Oregon’s Theatre Department, she landed a lead role in a 2 person show titled Seascape with Shark and Dancer. Soon after that, she was cast in her first Main Stage Play at the University as “Jenny Diver,” the lead in Three Penny Opera.
Since the industry is small in the NorthWest and even smaller in Eugene Oregon, she would drive to Portland & Seattle to pursue auditions, jobs, and agents! She found all three and began to build her resume and film reel. At the close of her Junior year, Megan landed her first professional film role as the lead in The Day My Parents Became Cool, which won Best Comedy at the Hollywood International Family Film Festival. It was also an Official selection of Sedona 2009. While traveling to festivals and beginning the process of networking, she finished her education with a double Major in Theatre Arts and Speech Pathology.

Eventually she found her way back to California and has begun working background on television and feature films. She plans to attain her SAG membership in a timely fashion though background work, in the hopes of becoming a film star.

Through her festival travels, she has met many an industry professional. One of these acquaintances blossomed into a beautiful business relationship providing a lead role for Megan in her first feature film. Slash is to be filmed early 2011 in New Mexico and Megan could not be more excited.

Her most memorable performance to date was in the world premiere of Feelin’ Good. A play written and directed by a dear dear friend, which was soon after bought and published.

She is involved with several production companies creating sketches, film concepts and more! She has several projects in development and will be releasing creative and original independent films, webisodes and short films in the near future. Happy Hour is one of these films. It is an official selection in LA’s 2010 Zero Film Festival!