This Week at Rocket Llama!

Nick Langley | July 3, 2009

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See what all you might have missed this week!

Rocket Llama Presents- Barbershop Octet

Alex | June 26, 2009

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RL presents: Barbershop Octet

This Week at Rocket Llama!

Nick Langley | June 20, 2009

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Friday: D&D 4th Edition: One Year Later Thursday: Rocket Llama Presents: The Revenge of Bowser Von Uberdog Wednesday: Action Flick Chick Talks to Stunt Master David Leitch Tuesday: Symphony of the Llama, Page 33 Monday: Blog-It Llama! The Joy of PWNING N00BS

Symphony of the Llama, Page 30

Nick Langley | June 8, 2009

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The Ongoing Adventures of Rocket Llama #151: “Symphony of the Llama” p. 30.

Where is Rocket Llama?

Superherologist | June 7, 2009

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For the next week, anyone visiting rocketllama.com will get directed to our Blog-It Llama! page while we finally restructure the homepage. The newest comic will be right where it’s always been.

Interview: The Mecha-Simian Action Squad (Zuda Competitors)

Superherologist | April 22, 2009

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We spoke with the creative team behind Mecha-Simian, a science fiction/superhero parody starring a cybernetic ape. The team: Rich Lovatt (writer and creator), Gregory Woronchak (artist), Lisa Moore (colorist), Amadarwin (letterer).

How Far the Noble Hath Fallen

Alex | April 4, 2009

Vince Shlomi, ShamWow!, and arrest wow.

Vince, as in the guy behind Sham-wow, has been arrested, and Wolverine is a kid named James.

Palace in the Sky Interview

Superherologist | March 17, 2009

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The Ongoing Adventures of Rocket Llama is part of the Palace in the Sky network of science fiction, fantasy, and humor webcomics. Here is what Alex and Nick had to say in a Palace in the Sky interview.

Scott Pilgrim vs. Rocket Llama

Nick Langley | March 4, 2009

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Scott Pilgrim, Final Crisis, Secret Invasion, Fallout 3, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, and such.

The Excavation of Hobotopia: A Review of The Laugh-Out-Loud Cats

Nick Langley | March 1, 2009

Book Review: The Laugh-Out-Loud Cats Sell Out. The book is so up our alley of stuff we like, I’m pretty sure you could find Rocket Llama living on the same street where Kitteh and Pip reside.