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#585106 - 04/19/11 04:32 PM Cerebus ONLINE at Cerebus.TV
Dave Sim Offline
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Cerebus.TV Season 2 Episode 25 (#34)

Starting ...all over again!

Every half hour from April 15-22 at 10pm EDT/7pm PDT (April 16 2am GMT)

Dave Sim continues his quest to re-imagine the entire Cerebus 6,000 page storyline ultimately, producing his OWN Ultimate Cerebus!

Also - THE FIRST COMPLETELY NEW CEREBUS STORY - in GLAMOURPUSS #18! Cerebus... in the Age of Madmen

Click here to hear Dave's own words:

http://cerebustv.com/audio/ep34promo.html

Let's jog our memories: Dave redid Cerebus #1 page ONE, shown last year during Season One of the show.

All this week, during Season Two, Dave recreates, before your very eyes, along with his comments as he works - page TWO.

This took a while but Max Southall has edited the highlights of hours of work into our half-hour format!

Cerebus.TV Original Art Auction
http://cerebustv.com/auction


After we've all been astonished by Dave's dexterity at camera work with one hand and wielding his Gillott 290 with the other -

Cerebus.TV Auction Guru John Scrudder will be
selling the reimagined page during our weeklong Cerebus.TV Art Auction!

There's so much more - look for a PRINT of the auction piece coming - so tune in to the stream and watch http://Cerebus.TV !!!

Special Convention Interview:

RUDE DUDE

The co-creator of Nexus, brilliant artist and painter Steve Rude, is interviewed by John Scrudder...



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#585114 - 04/19/11 05:40 PM Re: Cerebus ONLINE at Cerebus.TV [Re: Dave Sim]
Peter Urkowitz Offline
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Registered: 08/28/00
Posts: 3231
Loc: Salem, MA, USA
Okay, posting a message in one Comicon forum is welcome. We like to hear what you're up to.

Posting the same exact message in two forums is unnecessary, but might be understandable. Maybe somebody missed it the first time.

Posting the exact same message in five different forums, with slightly different titles to fool people into thinking they are on different topics? Now that's way over the line into obnoxious spam behavior. Please stop.

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#594799 - 01/14/12 01:56 AM Re: Cerebus ONLINE at Cerebus.TV [Re: Peter Urkowitz]
Cerebus_TV Offline
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Registered: 05/23/10
Posts: 176
It was kind of like...

"Something for EVERYONE... Tonight!"

An episode that had appeal across a broad swath of comic book interests...

Why is it upsetting? Who does it hurt?

Ah, well...

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#595090 - 01/21/12 03:04 PM Re: Cerebus ONLINE at Cerebus.TV [Re: Cerebus_TV]
Peter Urkowitz Offline
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Registered: 08/28/00
Posts: 3231
Loc: Salem, MA, USA
Originally Posted By: Cerebus_TV
It was kind of like...

"Something for EVERYONE... Tonight!"

An episode that had appeal across a broad swath of comic book interests...

Why is it upsetting? Who does it hurt?

Ah, well...


Whoa, you're responding to my complaint from nine months ago? That's practically ancient history, but thanks anyway, I guess.

I wasn't really upset, but the "hurt" was from having my time wasted by reading all of your duplicate posts. I guess I understand if your motivation was to reach different people who would only read one forum here and not others. Are there such people? I don't know, but I have to admit that it is a possibility i hadn't considered, so I withdraw my earlier complaint. I also shouldn't blame you for my slow and clunky internet connection, which is what's really wasting my time, so I withdraw my complaint twice as much. And clearly i have too much time on my hands anyway, so wasting it is no harm at all, so I withdraw my complaint three times as much!

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