Our ten-year celebration is fast approaching, and we could use a little help and advice from YOU! Have any ideas as to what, where, when, and sometimes why the aforementioned celebration should be? Do you really like (or dislike) certain anniversary ideas you've heard mentioned so far, on the podcast or elsewhere? Do us a favor and share your thoughts here--remember, this celebration is going to be as much for you, our valued listeners and forum-friends, as for us!
That said, I don't know if I could make a trip out from California again. Things are unsettled here but I do dream of going back, checking out more of Philly and PA, and maybe even exhibiting at a Super Show with my artwork. Financially, it probably isn't worth it from a business stand point so it would mostly be for fun.
The Con Tour idea is okay but it seems like something you could do regardless. I like the idea of one event, one place, with as many people as possible. And, absolutely, one long live podcast of the event. Those were always something special and I frequently go back to listen to those anniversary episodes.
They can send it to me and I'll make sure to pass it out to everyone.
I still have one of my supershow shirts.
And, for shits & giggles, go all Bendis and introduce a character interwoven into the history named Jewel that we'd never seen before.
Or flashward to a possible future with the 20th anniversary episode where Hazel Deemer announces that the mantle of Pants has been taken up by a female cast member, Shane has a mechanical arm, and Adam a goatee and eyepatch.
Here's a suggestion and it's just a suggestion. I miss your Top 5 episodes. They're some of my favorites. What if every one of you was to list your all-time Top 5 favorite CGS related moments. It can be related to the podcast, conventions, Super Show, or just anything that wouldn't be experience if it weren't for the podcast. I'm thinking something similar to this was done before, maybe at the 5 year point. If so, and if Jamie D. participated in that episode, maybe you could include a clip from him.
Whatever you decide to do, I'm sure it will be great. Again, I look forward to this.
Worlds Will Live, Worlds Will Die: Myth, Metatext, Continuity and Cataclysm in DC Comics’ Crisis on Infinite Earths ..... THE AUDIOBOOK
That's right, between now and sometime next year, Murd (should he be a willing participant) will sit down and record himself reading his thesis in chunks. All to be edited together in one massive release from CGS...OR to be released in various parts throughout the CGS Year Ten celebration that is and will be 2015.
What doth @Adam_Murdough think?
Listeners, can I get a "Hear, Hear"?!
No suggestions - just wanted to congratulate @brydeemer @Adam_Murdough @Pants @Peter @ShaneKelly and the rest of the CGS crew on their 10th year of podcasting. That's a most impressive accomplishment gentlemen.