I know, I know. I update randomly. I throw news at you and leave. I'll do better, I promise. No--seriously this time. Maybe.
Something is coming later this week that I can give a small teaser of (though I cannot confirm nor deny what it actually is as of this moment.) Here's a visual hint (there's text, but it's blurred out...) and I'll let you know more later in the week.
Postcards From The Dungeon, with the fine fellows Stephen Jarjoura and Jeb Brack, which is a podcast aimed at creativity and how it applies to table-top role-playing games. I really am a co-host. They just haven't added me to the "About" page. Yet. Unless they're just toying with me, and are secretly editing my portions out of the podcasts I record with them. (Yes. I'm a geek. I'm a comedian, and I'm on a podcast, but it's not just another chuckle-chuckle fest. We have a specific focus and everything...) Check it out.
PandoraCon. (He and his lovely family were quite welcoming. I felt like an exchange student who lucked out with his host family.) It was a wonderful weekend of drinking with Klingons, groping Dalek-boobs, and making new friends. I had 2 very fun, energetic shows in front of enthusiastic crowds (during the 2nd show, I even had dancers on the floor in front of the stage for a bit.)
And, in the vendor hall, I was positioned directly across from zombification artist (and father of the zombie mashup) Billy Tackett, who turned out to be a great guy. I'm not normally into the whole zombie genre, but he's an incredible artist, and has a piece that I'll definitely be buying for my son.
Finally, the Barbarian Jetpack album is well underway--mostly finished, in fact. Looking at a release of late October, barring any unforeseen difficulties, which means I *should* have it to show off at the 2012 Charlotte Geek Gala when I'm there on October 27th and at my show in Norfolk, VA on Nov 10.