Abducted - Snap #202
Some will die for it. Or kill for it. Run away, mock, ridicule, and cry for it.
But if you want to live forever, you better get some "Fame." This week Snap struts down the red carpet, past the paparazzi, and straight to the VIP lounge. Stories about how to get famous, what it tastes like, and what happens after the fall.
The whole range of human experience isn't just catalogued in a library--it actually takes place inside. Roam the stacks with Snap Judgment, and we'll teach you to hypnotize your friends, jump start your career and stop fanatics from burning your books.
Glynn Washington hosts an amazing crew of storytellers as they unveil their darkest secrets before a screaming audience at San Francisco’s Brava Theater. Snap Judgment, LIVE! "True Confessions" . . .
Snap Judgment makes the big score, loses everything, and lets it ride on "snake eyes". Stories about cold cash money and the things people do to get it . . . Subscribe to the podcast and listen right now!
Everyone’s been there. Standing on the outside, feeling like a fish in an aquarium, looking in at something--whether it’s a group of friends, a lifestyle or a job--and thinking, “That right there, that’s where I want to be.” But in order for them to let you in, they’ve gotta notice you. Today, Snap Judgment proudly presents stories about people finding unusual ways to break in to their dreams.
Snap Judgment searches for that perfect place just around the bend--our own Shangri-La. The lucky few who find utopia often discover it surrounded by enemies, clamoring to tear it down. Get the podcast!
Stories of mere mortals rising above adversity to become mighty. Lives will be in danger, heroes will be born. Plus, what's a comic book without an evil villian?
SNAP JUDGMENT WEB EXCLUSIVE!
Every comic book artist started off by creating their own superheroes and characters when they were a kid. Producer Stephanie Foo interviewed a number of comic artists on the phone and in-person at WonderCon to find out their first superheroes' origin stories. Thanks so much to artists:
and John Mejias
for sharing their childhood and current artwork with us!