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JKsHappyHour

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Description

JK's Happy Hour is a comic’s podcast where we talk to comics professionals live at the Pub. The show has the 3 following mission statements: 1.) Provide listeners with an insight to what it’s like to work in any industry as an artist, writer, creator, etc. 2.) Introduce new readers to comics, art, sci-fi and just general fun, while also informing longtime fans 3.) Entertain the listeners, enjoy the company and get drunk! Comics, sci-fi, and drinking with friends are fun! First and foremost, this podcast should also be FUN!

Customer Reviews

J.K. is cool!

I find that Jupitarian guy to be a little abrasive, but I like that comic artist. He brings a intelligence and charm to the show that it would otherwise lack.

Happy Times (AKA: RIP Captain Marcus)

Two buddies hanging out, drinking and talking about anything and everything related to comics and plenty of Star Trek tangents to go along with it. (Doctor Who as well, but I'm not much of a Whovian)

Oh, and "Shut Up, Darrell!"

One of my favorites

JK's happy hour is one of my favorite comic podcasts. I love the insight into the creative process. The interviews introduce me to comics I would otherwise not have tried. JK and Darrell are hilarious are great hosts. Give this a try!

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