Author: WebVee

Anarchy for Breakfast

Posted by WebVee on June 12, 2015 in Archives Uncategorized

By Eli David Most accurately defined, anarchy is simply a lack of defined community structure. It is not pure chaos, but rather individuals choosing their own communal structure and maintaining the freedom to allow it to evolve. But at some point, its perceived meaning was distorted by its potential chaotic byproduct. Some twisted and demonized it as an

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Anacostia

Posted by WebVee on June 12, 2015 in Review

I just got back from Washington, DC. It was a great time. I went to a whole bunch of museums and monuments. I saw the White House. I ate in Chinatown. As a tourist, I basically saw none of the city besides that downtown chunk where everything is. Everything, that is, other than actual Washingtonians…Washingtonites? Whatever, the point

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An Engineers Guide to Cats

Posted by WebVee on June 12, 2015 in Archives Review

Standard Deviation Paul Klusman is not your average engineer. Sure he may wear the identical clothes to work every day and always eat the same thing for lunch, but Paul with help from his buddy, T J Wingard, makes videos. Videos starring, yes, CATS. Undaunted by failure to win competitions in his new filmmaking hobby, Paul

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Altruman

Posted by WebVee on June 11, 2015 in Review

Altruman (Ben McEwing) is in the midst of an existential crisis. This wouldn’t be an unusual occurrence for a normal 30 year old, but Altruman is not just any 30 year old. He’s a 30 year old superhero. Unlike most superheroes, Altruman doesn’t hide behind an alter-­ego. What you see is what you get with Altruman. Always clad

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Alpha House

Posted by WebVee on June 11, 2015 in Archives Uncategorized

By Jeff Siniawsky Disclaimer. I think Gary Trudeau is brilliant and probably the greatest satirist of the last 50 years. So, right off the bat I was ready to like this show. Alpha House didn’t disappoint. Gary Trudeau has brought the wit and humor of Doonesbury to a new cast of characters. We’re introduced to Senators Gil

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Alouette

Posted by WebVee on June 11, 2015 in Archives Review

By Kyle Price-­Livingston I’m embarrassed to admit this, but I’ve never been to New Orleans. Given what I’ve gathered from various movies, tv shows, books and plays, this would be a black mark on the record of most American adults, but for a creative type and self-­styled writer, this borders on the unforgivable. Why? Because New Orleans

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All Grows Up

Posted by WebVee on June 11, 2015 in Archives Uncategorized

By Amy Marie Who would have thought that the best place for comics to divulge their humble beginnings is in a shady back alleyway continuously interrupted by bus boys taking out the trash? Answer: Melinda Hill, that’s who. Co­-founder of What’s up Tiger Lilly (a weekly stand­-up comedy platform featured at West IO and Bootleg Bar in

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All About the McKenzies

Posted by WebVee on June 11, 2015 in Archives Uncategorized

By Susan Siniawsky I’ve often said, “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”. Samuell Benta seems to have the same philosophy when it comes to his original family web­-sitcom, All About the McKenzies. Benta writes, directs, produces and stars in his series, following a typical British family and their everyday struggles. It’s a formula we’ve seen a thousand

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Aiden 5

Posted by WebVee on June 11, 2015 in Uncategorized

By Kyle Price-­Livingston Did you ever wish you had clones? I seems like a great on idea, on paper. Who better to help me in my never-ending quest to satisfy my own wants and whimsies than a bunch of guys with identical wants and whimsies? We would be an unstoppable whimsy machine! Fortunately deeply ingrained character flaws mean

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Acting Dead

Posted by WebVee on June 11, 2015 in Review

Tate Blodgett’s (Brian Beacock) acting career is pretty much dead, and has been. He’s got a crappy name, a non­descript look no one is looking for, not a lot of talent, and no work. Tate can’t even get hired as a zombie on any of the multitudinous zombie­centric tv shows, movies, web shows, and even fashion shows; not

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