The Mo Fo buzz is building!

Howdy All,
We’re only 3 days away from Part 16 of the Mo Fo being unleashed on the world… and 4 days until we launch the completed, uncensored, and fully HD Episode 1 of the Mo Fo at Supanova Adelaide, and the buzz is really starting to rumble.

Rumble No. 1 

We sat down with Nathan Tan of the awesome I Got Superpowers Comics/Anime/Cosplay Blog last weekend (at the excellent ETC Cafe) for a bit of a chat, and to discuss some secret Mo Fo business that shall remain super-secret for now (but big things are certainly stirring in our giant pot of ideas). He’s just posted a huge write-up on the Mo Fo that’s got us feeling pretty damn chuffed – click the pic to read all about it!

Pat, Nathan & Invisible Dave  
Rumble No. 2

There are a couple of moments in this creativity business when you really feel like what you’ve been pouring your blood, sweat and tears into for so long feels like it’s been worth it – and Dave and I have just had such a moment. In this case, it’s a fellow artist paying us the ultimate honor by using our work as an inspiration for his own. Melbourne-based writer/artist Thomas Tung of ‘The Cosplayer‘ web comic strip, made our week in the biggest way by posting an awesome homage to the Mo Fo – and if you’re familiar with the opening sequence of the Mo Fo, you’ll understand why. He gets it! He really does! Click the pic to see the strip in all of its glory!

Seen it? Good! Now, do yourself a favor and check out the rest of ‘The Cosplayer’. It’s one of the smartest written, character-driven, geek comedy web-comics I’ve read.
That’s all the rumblings we have time for today, but we’ll have more posts to come in the build up to Supanova, until then… we’d better get back to working on the Mo Fo… can’t leave it half done now can we?!

The digital dream’s becoming a reality!

Cheers All,
Pat and Dave

The Legend of Spacelord Mo Fo is an ass-kickingly kick-ass post-apocalyptic, space-western dramedy, with anime influences and a bit of that dark and sexy HBO stuff… but really, it’s a love story… No… Really! Oh, and as an Advisory Warning … it’s for a more mature audience… well, not for ‘kids’ anyway… not really sure about the ‘mature’ part.”

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