Behold, friends! The March Mega Crossover week is complete. For convience, for anyone who doesn’t subscribe to all the shows (shame on you) we’ve complied all five episodes into this one playlist post so you can hear the madness in it’s entirety.
1. Renaissance Boys
2. The Chuck Berry Invitational
3. Between the Chuck Berry’d and Me
4. Wakefield of Dreams
ONedge: Inside ONYXedge Studios
5. My Bacon Has a Voicemail
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2 years ago
Anyone following ONYXedge Studios for the past few years, probably knows that the first podcast we ever did was called the ShowMe Comicast. The show centered around the thought and process of creating comics. Specifically, the graphic novel Hafu, written by Jordan Taylor, and illustrated by Sam Richardson of ShowMe Comics (aka ShowMe Entertainment.)
After the completion of their 64 page graphic novel, Taylor and Richardson debuted their novel at several conventions in the US. Hafu recieved praise by it’s readers for it’s strong female protaganist, Akiko Kuno, a mixed-heritage girl raised by her father in Japan.
After a long wait for both creators and fans, Sam and Jordan announced not only the completion of the next chapter in Akiko’s story, but where they will be debuting the next installment.
ShowMe Comics will be at the “StL Comics Winter 1 Day” event on Sunday, January 22nd. A limited amount of the new Hafu II on hand, so be sure to get there early. Any unsold copies of the graphic novel will be made available for purchase on their website.
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StL Comics Winter 1 Day is being held at:
The Holiday Inn St. Louis SW-Route 66
10709 Watson Rd.
St. Louis, MO 63127
For readers of the first volume, Hafu II promises to be twice the novel, in more ways than one.
We here at ONYXedge Studios wish the best to Sam and Jordan and hope they have a very successful weekend.
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2 years ago
Top 10 ONYXedge Podcast Episodes in 2016
2016 has been a great year for ONYXedge Studios, with some great episodes. As we prepare to jump head first into 2017, lets take a look back at the Top 10 episode released on the network this year (as determined by listener/download count). And because we love you, this isn’t one of those horrid slideshows. 🙂
Honorable Mentions: The Exorcism of Jordan Wakefield & Anarchy Wrestling Wrap-up and Metallica Album Review
Almost neck and neck for making in into the Top 10, these two episodes just barely missed out on making the list.
10: Easily Offended
The Rent is Due Episode 4
At number 10 on the list is the fourth episode of the Rent is Due, which debuted on the network this year.
The Watchers on the Couch Episode 25
This WotC episode following the most anticipated event of Season 6 of Game of Thrones enters the list at number 9.
On the Road with ThorHammer Episode 22
In this episode, Chris takes you to band practice with him.
On the Road with ThorHammer Episode 43
The infamous Eight Kids session was so massive that it had to be broken up into four parts.
The High Files Episode 14
Jordan and guest, Tony Heman, discuss augmented reality.
The High Files Episode 16
The last episode of The High Files in 2016 shot up the ranks in a matter of days as it rockets into the Top 5 position!
The Rent is Due Episode 11
In this episode, the gang is joined by professional wrestlers Pierre Abernathy and Evan Gelistico of Saint Louis Anarchy.
The Watchers on the Couch Episode 26
The Game of Thrones Season 6 finale recap episode enters the top 3 highest listened to episodes for the year.
The High Files Episode 15
Jordan is joined by guest Khadija Bazzi Hamdar of the A Muslim Pearl in a Western Shell podcast in this very special episode that is the second most listened to episode on the network for 2016.
The High Files Episode 13
With four spots on the top 10 list, The High Files undoubtedly is the podcast of the year on ONYXedge, with a slow start when it debuted at the beginning of the year but a huge gain in the last five months.
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2 years ago
We are pleased to announce that starting in Q1 of 2017, we will be taking you behind the scenes at ONYXedge Studios, with the new podcast ONedge.
Initially planned to be a bi-weekly release, OES founder and host, Tim Pickerill, will discuss what the team is currently working on and future plans.
I think the past couple years we’ve just been trying to find our voice. Practicing. In 2017, I really want to start ramping things up and grow this into something special, and I want to take our fans along for the ride.
This isn’t the first ONYXedge podcast that Tim has been a part of that follows a journey of a creative processes. The first podcast on what would later become the “ONYXedge Network” was the ShowMe Comicast which followed creation of the graphic novel Hafu: Vol 1 by Jordan Taylor and Sam Richardson of ShowMe Comics. In addition to discussing the final days of getting the comic book to completion, and going to comic book conventions, the trio of Taylor, Richardson and Pickerill analyses the craft of comic book creation so they could share their thoughts with other aspiring comic creators. Roots of that format will be present in ONedge.
The “hero’s journey” format was important to us on the “Comicast” because, so often, you’d see a panel or something where people who had been in the business for decades were giving advice for other aspiring artists or writers. Which is great, but what about all the minutia that they didn’t mention, or just plain forgot about? What if the person asking the question at the panel was able to see the mistakes and successes from someone who was closer to their own level… an actual peer? That always seemed to be a better learning experience in our mind. More interesting, too.
The studio producer isn’t planning on the podcast to be a one-way conversation, however.
It’s important to me to initiate conversations with our supporters and other creative-minded people. So I’ll literally be asking listeners what they think about the things we are working on, but also ideas we have, and obstacles we are currently facing.
There’s more than just talking about the inner workings of trying to build a podcast network. Tim is planning to interview other creators on the network, feature some of his favorite moments from network shows, and perhaps even share some lost audio bits and potential pilots for new shows.
There are new shows that we have coming up, and there are show ideas that we’ve been batting around for a while that we don’t know are worth the time or effort to create. I’m playing with the idea of actually creating pilot episodes for things like that and ONedge seems like the best method of sharing those things.Post Views: 30