Whether they’re contributors, frequents guests or just friends of the show, here are sites to places you should visit.


  • The Superficial
    Since 2004, The Superficial has been a brutally honest look at society and its obsession with the superficial. It is not satire. It is not social commentary. It is the voice of our society at its worst. It is first impressions without sense of social obligation. It is the truth of our generation. It is ugly racism. It is jealousy. It is honest. Just kidding. Our goal is to make fun of as many people as possible.
  • Bleeding Cool
    This site doesn’t just pull back the curtains of the comic book industry, but gives you a series of upskirt shots. But as well as news, rumours and gossip, there are reviews, previews, features, interviews, videos, columns and a place for comic book readers to call their own.
  • YayLA
    Yay! LA Magazine is an LA/SF-based multimedia publication designed to showcase an eclectic variety of arts and culture through in-depth profiles, interviews, videos, and photo essays.  It is also a forum for distinct voices in literature, featuring original essays, poetry, and short stories.  From high culture to pop culture, epic to the intimate, Yay! LA spotlights the artists, photographers, comedians, musicians, filmmakers, and writers that you need to know about.
  • Igneyous Studios
    On loan from the national archives of the absurd and inappropriate, it’s the Igneyous Studio website. Conceived in the flames of passion and dedicated to the proposition that a guy can pay his bills by drawing pictures, this website is the creation of cartoonist/illustrator Dennis A. Igney. His continuing mission: to explore strange new ideas, to eke out a new life and new streams of revenue, and to humbly toil past three o’clock in the morn.
  • Kent Sterling
    Kent celebrates critical thinking and intolerance for the morally challenged of sports and entertainment (as though those two are different at all).  Those who live to the fullest are celebrated, and those who count mediocrity as a gift are skewered.  Fast food delivered slowly is exposed, and great food delivered with relish (the adjective describing joy, not the condiment) is saluted. This site is a primer for those who haven’t yet formed their final opinions about sports, service, music, and all else that either pleases or annoys.  Kent gives you informed insight on how teams, players, and management let you down, and how so many get it right.