Wild Cards: A Big Canadian “I’m Sorry”

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[A compilation of some of the best moments from our August 2015 Patreon live chat.]

Apparently Cheshire Cat Studios’s last Webcomic had given not only our fans the false impression that CCS members have been doxxed for their views, but even our own lovable Kenny believe that we’d met the wrath of the Tumblr fascists.

Enji returns to the CCS WildCards Live Patreon Chat, and she brings with us another hilarious news piece from the Great North, as well as a big Canadian “I’m Sorry”. According to Enji, an MRA Pickup Artists had alcohol thrown on him by feminists, was then chased out of the bar, and had malicious social media messages dropping his location (and the fact that alcohol is flammable).

We then move on to suggestive t-shirts, fedoras, and flippant usage of the C-Word (CUNT!).

We’re then joined by one of our first Patreon supporters, Kennedy! Kennedy brings up the Comic Book Bubble covered by our previous After Hours, and we all elaborate a bit more on how studio control has fucked over creativity in the past. Katie gets particularly vocal about studio interference in animation, and how it has demoralized not only herself, but many of her animator friends.

CCS Wildcards #4: Webcomic Fiascos, the C-Word, More Comic Book Movie Cynicism, and A Big Canadian “I’m Sorry”.

CineMax

A subversive excommunicated from [REDACTED] as a result of a failed coup d'etat, CineMax has miraculously managed to reach and find asylum in the Land of the Free. Here he spends his days working for Cheshire Cat Studios, all the while plotting his inevitable return to the motherland to once again foment the flames of revolution.

Katie_B

Katie B is a professional Flash animator from Minneapolis, Minnesota. She loves Stoicism, birds, and convincing people that the only good Silent Hill games are 1-4.

LaughingMan

The loveable lunatic with the foul mouth and the iconic laugh, Laughingman is the founder of CCS. With more coffee than copper in his bloodstream, he's a full-time website developer by day, and a gamer, editor, and fiction writer by night.

2 Comments on “Wild Cards: A Big Canadian “I’m Sorry”

  1. Good podcast! It cracks me up when you guys says “We’re Sorry”.

    Also, I feel really fucking bad for Katie despite not being an animator myself and she’s pretty much spot on on the damn issue. Look, I have nothing against companies making profits out of shows because it is business after all but if you’re gonna make a show for the sole purpose of merchandising a big cash-cow (Ben 10 shows) then there’s something wrong in this situation and it leaves the show either been terrible or bomb so bad, it makes the network lose too much money. Let’s not forget the dreaded stigma that refuses to die in our society when they see animation as some “childish drawings on paper” or the fact that a lot of animation elitist (yep, they exist) think that the “everything in the 90’s was full of perfection that today’s kids will never know” mentality is a solid explanation for animations downfall, which is horseshit considering we are getting so much good stuff coming out in animation for the past recent years.

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