Friday, December 12, 2008

Laugh Track #1

Laugh Track #1
Written by Patrick Shand
Art by Paul J. Hollingsworth

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Check back on January 9th for Laugh Track #2!

Thursday, December 11, 2008

Welcome To Your New Favorite Webcomic

So I suck at writing introductions.

Hopefully, I'm better at writing comics, because that's what this site is. Laugh Track is a webcomic about three college students making a film that, they hope, will be a "masterpiece of filmgasm." The comic will eventually tell a coherent story arc, but we'll take our time getting there. We'll tackle current events and weave in pop culture as much as possible on the way. Oh, wait. You don't really know who we are yet.

Well, I'm Patrick Shand. I write Laugh Track. I also write other stuff. Some of that stuff includes...
  • Whatz Good Studios, a live action comedy webseries about a dude who runs a recording studio out of his garage. We update monthly. Season One will conclude with a two part finale in the next few weeks.
  • Buffyverse Comic Reviews, where I--get ready for the surprise--review Buffy related comics. The site has been quoted on the back of a book, which is pretty awesome. Title aside, the site isn't only for Buffy comics. If you want me to check out your webcomic and give you a little write up, just leave me a message.
  • TV That Doesn't Suck consists of my TV reviews. I currently follow and review each episode of Heroes, The Guild, Fringe, Pushing Daisies, The Office, Supernatural, The Ex-List, Life on Mars, Lost, Dollhouse, 24, Cupid, Party Down, Weeds, True Blood, and The United States of Tara.

The genius of an artist behind Laugh Track is Paul J. Hollingsworth. Aside from his awesome work on Laugh Track, Paul is also involved in...

  • Destroyed by Robots, which is now in it's freaking eighty ninth issue! That's a lot of goodness. Plus, the most recent issue features one John Locke, of Lost fame, so yeah. Pretty badass.
  • For more on Destroyed by Robots and Paul's art in general, check out his Deviant Art. You won't be sorry.
So that's it for the introductions. Here is a look at what's to come.

Laugh Track will be a monthly comic. Each issue will be three pages long. Starting with this Friday, a new installment will come out the second Friday of every month. We'll update the site with cool little extras in between each issue as well.

So yup. That's it. See you Friday for Laugh Track #1.

- Patrick