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Last updated Sep 24, 2018

Radicast 198X #14 - Who Framed Roger Rabbit

First off, the comic isn't dead. Jessica put it on hold for a while as she worked on an art commission for a family member, but she finally finished that yesterday, so now the comic is her top art priority.

In the meantime, here's the latest episode of our '80s movie review podcast, in which we discuss the 1988 classic Who Framed Roger Rabbit.

We also give an in-depth look at the 1981 book that inspired the movie, Who Censored Roger Rabbit? 

Who Censored Roger Rabbit?

I read the book, and I dish out all the fascinating differences between the book and the movie--and there are a lot. I also discovered something that totally blew my mind ...

Intro and outro music by Michael Cook.

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Radicast 198X #13 - 2018 Halloween Special

Radicast 198X 2018 Halloween Special

Bam! The Radicast 198X podcast is back with another timely Halloween Special! In our longest episode yet, we review ten (TEN!) horror films--specifically the Top 10 Horror Films We Watched During October 2018.

So as not to spoil the order, I'll list them here alphabetically: A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child (1989), Black Roses (1988), C.H.U.D. II: Bud the C.H.U.D. (1989), Killer Klowns from Outer Space (1988), Slugs (1988), TerrorVision (1986), The Blob (1988), The Lost Boys (1987), The Video Dead (1987), The Witches of Eastwick (1987).

To check out our podcast, you can either click the thumbnail image up above or use the embedded player at the bottom of this post, after all the movie trailers.

Radicast 198X intro and outro music by Michael Cook.

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Page Delays

Jessica just started a new job working security at a museum (queue the Night at the Museum jokes), so between that, a couple other art obligations, and preparing to be in a friend’s wedding, the next Satan Ninja page has been delayed. But hey, she's looking mighty snazzy in her new uniform! (By the way, she still has blue hair, but she has to wear a wig to work, since the museum isn't cool with having a blue-headed security guard--but they're totally fine with displaying naked corpses.)

Jessica Safron Musuem Security Guard

Work on the comic will continue, though progress might be slow for a while until Jessica settles into a new routine. She's hopeful that giving her life a little structure by working this job will end up benefiting her productivity on the comic. But in the meantime, instead of adhering to any kind of set release schedule, we'll post pages as soon as they're ready.

If you haven’t already, you can sign up for our mailing list and we’ll shoot you an email as soon as a new page goes live.

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Dionysian Dialectics Podcast

Jessica and I were guests on the latest episode of the Dionysian Dialectics podcast, which must be the most high-brow sounding show to ever dedicate an entire episode to discussing ninjas, Satan, boobs, and the 1980s. Awesome.

We had a great time talking to the host, Alexander Quaresma, who's an all-around rad dude. Check it out, and you can hear us reveal a lot of the '80s influences that inspired characters in the comic, and you can also learn why Satan Ninja Eddie up there in the header has short hair.



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