Cathrine Alvheim AKA Catya is to be a guest on The Villains Corner on March 20Th 2009,to discuss her comic Jack and to talk about other comic creations that she has done over the years! Catya is a native of Norway,she has a pet rat ,is still in school and loves Goth, as reflected in her art!  The Villains Corner is proud that she has accepted our request for an interview! To find out more about Catya you can find her Bio and Art at http://catya.deviantart.com/ and http://www.drunkduck.com/Jack/index.php 




Hosted by: Roy Duncan & Robert Shelley
Title: EPISODE7 - (The Villains Corner) web comic chat

Time: 03/13/2009 10:00 PM EDT
Episode Notes: GUEST: Dawn griffin will be making her appearance on The Villains Corner to talk about her web comic Zorphbert and Fred.Her comic is about the adventures of 2 aliens disguised as dog to study human life on earth!Her large following and internet success has brought the internet up to a higher standard in comics and the villains corner is honored to have her on the show!You can find her sights at http://www.drunkduck.com/Zorphbert_and_Fred/index.php or http://www.zfcomics.com/



Jermaine McGruder A.K.A (CyberDog), artist and author of  Warriorborn on the Drunk Duck network.WarriorBorn is an action comic told through the eyes of the main character Eclipse. During a mission gone wrong Eclipse was lead to believe that his mentor had died. He quit being a superhero. Until troubles around him caused him to fight again.The time is now. No longer will Eclipse stand by and watch the senseless beatings of innocent people.Jermaine McGruder has been on the Drunk Duck for over a year and his talent has developed enormously over the last year! his determination toward his comic and his dedication to his many fans along with his wonderful upbeat attitude,warrants his guest spot on The Villains corner!
Art:: Jermaine McGruder Writer:: Rembert McGruder Copy Editor: Keri McGruder 


Carlisle Devonish on (The Villains Corner)

Carlisle Devonish of  the web comic (Steal this comic appeared on (THE VILLAINS CORNER) to talk about his work and his personal thoughts!Carlisle is without a doubt one of the most talented cartoonists on the web,pioneering new ground  with grace and style in an attempt to give,  by accident or design a step up on the reputation of what is known as web comics!Here is an overview of his comic in his own words QUOTE: {Some say that making your way through the world today, takes everything you’ve got. This is very true for our protagonist, Devon.  A functional alcoholic, Devon is the owner of King, and best friends with Cory.Having just dropped out of college, Cory managed to get Devon a good deal on his apartment. With that extra money, Devon enjoys his TV, DVD’s, and game console. Between beers of course.After leaving a successful career to be Devon’s pet, King has spent most of his time living the good life. Sleeping as much as he wants, eating as much as he wants.  Recently, however, King has apparently made the decision to advertise some other talents, other than “rollover” and sit”Best friends of Devon, Cory’s a little older, got his stuff together, and all around nice guy. He’s the angel on Devon’s shoulder that is constantly ignored.}CLICK ON THE PLAYER BELOW TO HEAR THE FULL INTERVIEW OF THE TALENTED CARLISLE DEVONISH!



Frank Jordan on (The Villains Corner)
Frank Jordan joined us on (The Villains Corner) for a group discussion on his work and other far-out ideas he had on his life and his comical writing.Jordan has a consistent posting on Drunk Duck that has gained him a crowd of followers that some people can only dream of.Company man the comic is many things,as far as its content is concerned! It hits on HOT_BUTTON topics such as race,Politics,and gender! Rarely does its creator hold back on his opinions so long as it makes a funny joke.On occasion he receives hate mail for his ideas,but as Frank likes to point out (it's just a JOKE!)Frank was a wonderful guest on our show as he lit up the chat room with laughter as only Frank can do.
Authors Quote:"Company Man" is about life and the funny things it can throw at you (Like monkey poop!). It revolves around the co-workers and friends at F.R.J. Media Group in Phoenix, Arizona Thanks for stopping by and reading "Company Man" I hope you get a kick out of it. About me... I live in Phoenix, AZ, a transplant from the best sports city on the planet ST. LOUIS! I'm a laid back guy that likes to have fun and usually take the experiences that make me laugh and incorporate them into my comic strip. Yes, that is a self portrait. 




 Pam Harrison on (The Villains Corner)

Pam Harrison agreed to do an Interview on (The Villains Corner to talk about The House Of Muses! Her work is done to its entirity in 3-D but make no mistake,Pam uses the computer only as a tool to convey her vision,aside from the fact that if she wanted she could draw it all by hand! Pam is a wonderful artist and a beautiful person inside and out! Pam's work can be found on Drunk Duck and The Villains Corner was more than happy that she accepted our request for an interview! Below is some notes that she has posted on her site telling you a little more about her work: _______________________________________________________________________

Demographic for this series: TEEN+. This series does not contain explicit sexual content or violence; conforms to comics codes. From: Booksmart - This 'House' is finally built -- in 3-D
By T.E. Lyons LEO Weekly Magazine, 12/19/07
A tale from ancient history, compiled from the writings of a Greek poet and her friend. But in "The House of the Muses," you'll read it through the modern media we know as the Graphic Novel. And the poet is Sappho, so it's no surprise that passion is as omnipresent as the power politics of slave ownership and family intrigues.
A careful look at the first "serial" shows two copyright dates -- one is 1987. Vine Grove writer and illustrator Pam Harrison has waited 20 years for her vision to come into print. When she first imagined it, the journeys and trials of her protagonist, the Spartan slave nicknamed Dika, went into prose. And the story stayed in unrealized form -- along with a large number of accompanying sketches. Meantime, as the Vine Grove, Ky., writer/illustrator told LEO, the effort that it would take to bring the story into print went through "several false starts -- job situation, gotta pay the bills for the family." In the meantime, Harrison's career included rewarding work as a graphic artist. An aspiring comics artist since age 12, she eventually learned 3-D graphics, which eventually became the basis for the illustrations in the published version of "House of the Muses."
Balancing an artistic goal with day-to-day living was frustrating, but Harrison felt assured to a degree because the work "was already written front to back."
"I had to try to find a vehicle for it," she says, and so she made up her mind last year to bring the story out, illustrated with the help of DAZ Studio, one of the most respected software tools for human animation. Interestingly, the new, computerized methods of drawing in 3-D make for some changes for how a 1987-completed "House" might've looked, but the artist contends, "My style is the same. I had tons of sketches. This is how the main character looked -- [her appearance on the page] really hasn't changed much."How it was that this particular story -- a saga of survival by hairbreadth and lesbian awakening -- ignited two decades' worth of Harrison's determination to invest into the realization of this particular story, is a bit mystifying to her. "To be honest, I have no idea. I was taking Greek Studies at school (Western Kentucky), and I was working on Greek translations -- translating New Testament Greek -- when I tripped over this new material."
  The books can be found and ordered at indyplanet.com, where they're produced through POD (print on demand). They're also available here on the racks at Great Escape (2433 Bardstown Road) and Amazon.com. As Harrison says, "I boldly presented it -- sent them a hard copy -- and they got back in touch and said that they receive tons of unsolicited material, so it really has to be good if they're going to take it. Soon enough, they got back in touch -- and did take it."
  The artist decided on a "mature content" notice on the cover. However, anyone who's ever opened up a volume of hentai at a comics store will realize that "House of the Muses" is more in line with today's mainstream comics market. Serial No. 2 will be out in February. The miniseries is scheduled to be released at regular intervals, concluding with No. 9 on sale in late 2010-early 2011.
  Creator's Note: House of the Muses #1, #2 and #3 are on sale now at Amazon.com, Prism Comics, IndyPlanet.com, and at my website, http://houseofthemuses.com




 Roy Duncan on (The Villains Corner)

The First interview conducted on the villains corner was for Roy Duncan.Roy Duncan to his credit has done many things but his biggest project has been The Villain Next Door!With over 160 pages in the can Roy shows no signs of slowing down on his comic creation! Last Year The villain Next door Was one of the top features on Drunk Duck and even won a golden duck award from the people voting for their favorite comics on the site! The Villains Corner is a natural extension of the comic! Roy's dedication to his friend and fellow artists cried out for recognition for some of the webs most creative artists.The concept for the show was discussed by and finalized Through Robert shelley Roy best friend!Together it was decided that everyone should have a VOICE to promote their work thus The Villains Corner was born.Robert Shelley is the Host of the site for technical reasons and Roy Duncan is the Co-host! Roy is frequent with helping other artists and doing pin-ups for their characters.The Villain Next Door continues to grow with a large fanbase that is spawned by twisted ideas from its creator! To hear  more about the villain next door just click on the talkshoe player on this page and scroll down to where it says Roy Duncan under the Past Episodes tab!
Authors notes from Roy Duncan:
My name is Roy Duncan I am the creator of The Villain Next Door and the Maniac chainsaw Wielding Duckbilled Platypus,Shew I must shorten that title ha ha ,anyway I went to the Joe Kubert School Of Cartooning And Graphic Art,in Dover NJ.I was accepted into the Disney internship program,In 1996 I wont The National Hanna & Barbera story board contest and it almost became a regular feature on The Cartoon Network.I design characters for video games,and board games Bla Bla Bla ,lets face it I AM AN ART GOD.I have done too much crap to put on this page but the most fun I have ever had is being part of the Drunk Duck family.If you like my work PLEASE,PLEASE FAVE me.I love the comments and traffic that my work receives.I am a native of Indiana.I love Batman old cartoons, beer,babes and cigarettes.I stay up most of the night and I do my best to twist my comic in such a manner as to make my audience scream.Don't think you know me because Im a sick son of a monkey and I love,screams ,blood and kicking puppies just to name a few sick things running around in my twisted mind.This is all I feel like writing for now!


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