Tyler is joined by comedians, Dungeon Masters, artists, cosplayers, and just the coolest people in the world. He interviews Paola and Mark from Vicious Mockery who are amazing people with amazing stories, Sasha Sakha returning to talk about growth in the comedy world, Jeremy from D20 Adventure Realm and Jeff from IndiComix, and Michael Tanner who tells you about Netflix! What an episode!

Question provided by Nikki Flores of Trope Time Podcast!

About Vicious Mockery:

Join us every Wednesday for ten pounds of adventure in a five pound bag of holding.

Whether it be fighting dirty or dirty jokes, our heroes stumble their way through action and questionable comedy in our own homebrew tabletop game of Dungeons and/or Dragons.

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It’s All In Good Fun

(Via Vicious Mockery’s Website)

Watch all of their episodes on Youtube or their website!

Follow them on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter!

Follow Paola and her art on Instagram and Mark on Instagram, too!

The Laugh Assessment

Sasha Sakha

Check out her Instagram for updates on her upcoming shows!


Dungeon Masters for hire. We offer public gaming events, custom campaigns for private parties, and Dungeon Master workshops to help improve your games.

We supply the expertise and materials, you bring your imagination.

For more information on D20 Adventure Realm, go to Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.


‘Junior Braves of the Apocalypse’ description:

The Junior Braves of Tribe 65 return from a camping trip to find swarms of bloodthirsty mutants have overrun their town, bringing death and destruction everywhere they go! With their families missing and their homes destroyed, these plucky kids must use all their scouting talents, combined smarts, and teamwork to survive the end of the world! Also, Johnny knows how to skin a rabbit!

Via: Oni Press


You can find more updates, info, and more on the comic’s Facebook, Twitter, and the website!

Buy the first volume on Oni’s Store, Comixology, ask your local comic book shop, and Amazon!


Michael Tanner:

Born in Great Falls, Montana he kept moving west until he hit the ocean and then he went south and stopped in Los Angeles. He writes comic books and short fiction.

He has also been an improvisor and sketch comedian, as well as food blogger back when that was a thing.

Via Michael’s website