It’s just about time for the long Labor Day weekend up in this piece, and your boys at MITC are bringing you some sweet new entertainment! Join your hosts Robert, Matt, and The David as they talk about some fresh new TV, some random-ass mobile games, the Game of Thrones finale, and other random things and stuff just for your wanting ears! Prepare to be mesmerized as always, and enjoy the extra day off to scrub your brain of this nonsense because it’s a brand new episode of Useless Drivel – A Podcast Without a Point!
Look! Up in the air! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a flying dude with more muscles than he knows what to do with! That’s right kiddos, the “Superhero Summer” continues as this week we discuss the new incarnation of pop-culture’s first heroic icon. We’re joined in-studio by our special three-peat guest – artist extraordinaire and comic book aficionado Dennis Salvatier! Be sure to ditch those red undies, work out your back-pecs, and practice punching people into ghosts as you prepare for a brand new super adventure on this week’s Monkey in the Cage!
One thing I really love about the internet is how easy it is for artists of all mediums to share their work. The unveiling of our new logo yesterday inspired me to feature the works of some great artists here on our site to help spread the artistic love.
First, is the work of Dennis Salvatier. Yes, the same designer of our awesome new logo! You can check out all of his work over at Salvatier Studios or his deviantART page. All these prints are currently being sold in a mini set for only $15.00!
The next two sets I found over at The Mary Sue. They feature stories that make the geek girl in me proud.
The hug it out motif was a special Christmas Peace set released by Ingrid Aspock. You can view the rest of the set at Ingrid Aspock’s site.
Finally, this set by Danny Haas features several iconic super heroines caught between their super identity and their cover identity or real identity.
I really enjoy these because they speak to the duality of women or I suppose that bi-polar personality that some women are accused of having. Either way I like the style and found them rather unique. The artist is selling these prints for about $18.00 each at his site.