Sunday, December 16, 2007

Brand new Tuck calls!

With the past couple of months since Tuck's return to doing shows live on PCI "Prank Call Dot Info Radio". A new batch of calls has made it's way out of him and unto you! So Happy Holidays!

First up is to get you into the season as Michella Douchberry sends a pie to the "American Telemarketer Association".
Pie for the ATA

Next Michella also wants you to be aware of gun saftey this time of year also.
Gun Play

Sometimes the season can have a mental strain on the elderly.
Chasing Prince Albert

It can be troublesome for the young as well when they're have a bad time of it.
The Phone Message Trip

A tat for X-mas may also be not the best gift.
Stephen's Ink

Saturday, December 8, 2007


NEW START TIME! For RevoluTuck LIVE is 4 pm Eastern , Sunday afternoon. check out all the linkage at for the PCI (prank call dot info radio) stream and chat.

Monday, November 26, 2007


We are now a full 24 hour internet radio stream on ShoutCast. With free royalty underground prank calls from some of your favorites and live shows! Hear "RevoluTuck LIVE!" on Sunday afternoons @ 2:30pm Eastern.

Thursday, November 15, 2007

RevoluTuck LIVE! Sunday afternoons!

Some may know already that I've been broadcasting shows on for the last few weeks now. I've decided to try to make Sunday afternoons thru the early evening as a good time to play stuff and broadcast live content for those around the internet. Starting around 2:30 pm Eastern time zone for North America.
Go to form more information. as well as other impromptu broadcasts and the archives to be up soon for what you might have missed so far. (coming soon). All part of tedwwweb's PCU shoutcast radio network!


Saturday, October 27, 2007

Tuck's "Halloween Party Special" Saturday Night!

Saturday Night Oct 27th, the doors open around 7-ish and kicks on by 9pm Eastern. As we have an open hose for the TedWeb:5000 a new stream that is part of the PCU collective.
It'll be only at 16kbps, but chalk full of trippy audio and seasonal teats!
Tedweb:5000 will soon be home of the RevoluTUCK LIVE, and prank call podcast of the same name.

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

RevoluTuck LIVE!


The PCU network is now the home for RevoluTuck LIVE!, with a big thanks to Ted at for allowing me to use the server I like to call "Tedwwweb 5000"! Here is the direct link to the shoutcast stream itself.
It plays on your WinAmp or your iTunes and my shows will broadcast at 16kbps.

It's going to be more of a deejay type format for awhile, no live phone calls for the time being.. I'm still getting the bugs figgured out. Yet I can promise you alot of fun, Comedy, nostalgic memory jarring, trippy visuals for your ears, strange cool music!
I have no set schedule yet, I might do some broadcasting durring the day and help bring the UK crowd in.

Tuesday, September 25, 2007


The third installment from Martin Fisher's "Doctor Who Fragments", this time out featuring the modern version of lead characters. all art and coloring by this guy posting :D.

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

"First Time Out"

After the big favorable reaction the the first one pager story I did for Martin Fisher's "Doctor Who Fragments" story, "Traveling Exiles", immediantly I was given another script for the original Doctor Who and Susan. "First Time Out" takes place before the first story I did, and both are before the events of "An Unearthly Child".

Tuesday, September 11, 2007

"Travelling Exiles"

"Traveling Exiles", Written by Martin Fisher, for his project "Doctor Who Fragments". This quick one pager takes place before the events of the very first Doctor Who story "An Unearthly Child". All art and lettering by yours truly.

Monday, September 10, 2007

Unearthly pages

This is some work for sample work for Doctor Who related comics, for interested parties like IDW and "Doctor Who Magazine". What you see is the ink stage for a one pager story, that takes place pre "An Unearthy Child", the first DW story. I'll post the finished version once it is done.

Thursday, August 23, 2007

Elvira pinup, and RIP 'Ringo

Hi there all. I'm getting some excersise in doing girly pi-ups again. This is a bit too early in the Halloween season, but here is a Elvira for ya. I plan on coloring it up etc, a little on down the road.

Another bit of news is the shock in the comic book and illustration world, was the sudden passing of Mike Wieringo. His work on mainstream comic titles like "Flash", "Adventures of Superman", his incredible run on "Fantastic Four", His fantasy work on "Talos" I can't ever ever ever forget!, and more recently "Friendly Neighborhood Spiderman". Gave it all a string yet fun psudo dynamic cartooney style, that actually made me pick up a comic now and then, in an age when browsing over hyped, and depressing mainstream comics is a rarity to bother to pick up. He was kind and incoureging when I would send him the occasional email, or message to his blog.
The chance to meat him face to face is now gone. But his influince will stay with me.

MIKE WIERINGO R.I.P. 1963-2007

Sunday, August 12, 2007

Tuesday, June 26, 2007


I've been having a case of the burned out blues lately. To the point that I don't really want to do much of anything but watch a lot of "Doctor Who" on youtube and tv-links. Although it did prompt me to do some illustration art related to it. This was by request. It's alright, though I'm not really confident in anything I put out currently.
I'm not sure why I'm so emmersed in Dr. Who suddenly? Granted I liked the 70's Tom Baker stuff (the dude with the scarf, one), when the old "Sci-Fi Channel" would run it in the mornings, in the early 90's. I didn't really pay any attention to it when BBC first brought it back in the first season 2005 revamp. But more and more I would stop and watch it, and I got suckered in to the charm of the show, and the cleverness that the stories have, that other same type of US shows like this, just don't have. So when I found out that I can watch the current season that the UK is running, I was In. I like the new guy that is playing "The Doctor" now. He feels like the old doc, more then the one before in the black leather and way too short hair ever did to me.
I also love looking threw the classic stuff that I never got a chance to see, especially the black & white stuff from the 60's . It is hard for an American to comprehend that this series was actually targeted to British kids. The sophistication and even frightfullness of some the things wouldn't even be considered here in the US, when if comes to kids programing. He we seem to dumb things down for our kids. Boy our education is in the shitter.