Boy oh boyyyy, this episode is a real mfkin’ TREAT with creative queen, Anna Salinas. Anna is a tv writer, improviser, filmmaker, and creator of her own viral comic, Bad Comix by Anna. When I tell you her work is the most relatable, vulnerable and original I’ve ever seen, UGH! I could die. We get all up into this conversation about her path, some downfalls where her mental health took a toll, how she’s used her work to cope, and so so so much more. I don’t think I need to say much else other than ~enjoy~ because this one felt like a TED talk your sister was inspired by and dm’d to you on instagram with a “You could totally do this. You should work for her! She’s probably so cool!” (Bless your sister’s heart). Follow Anna Salinas @badcomixbyanna Follow Savannah Snow @officialsavsnow Follow Jammies by 8 @jammiesby8
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Sean and Sinead are joined by comedian/actor/writer/cartoonist Anna Salinas to talk about dance movies of the early aughts, most notably... "Honey." You can find us: Sean Persaud @seanpersaudmd on twitter/instagram Sinead Persaud: @sineadpersuade on instagram and @sineadpersaud on twitter Anna Salinas: @badcomixbyanna on twitter and instagram Join Shipwrecked Comedy on Patreon for bonus episodes, behind the scenes info, and a fun nerdy community. https://www.patreon.com/ShipwreckedComedy Theme song by: Dylan Glatthorn Artwork by: Nick Lang
"The Last of Us Part II" with Anna Salinas and Heather Higginbotham
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Ep.71 – Pajama Sam: No Need to Hide with Anna Salinas
Call Me By Your Game
Together, we’ll be brave! And who better to have by your side and become brave than the wonderful tv writer, comic artist, and Sarasota FL legend Anna Salinas. Today Anna joins as a guest to discuss Humongous Entertainment’s Pajama Sam: No Need to Hide When It’s Dark Outside. On this episode longtime buds Conner and Anna discuss the video games industries advertising tendencies when they grew up in the 90s, Anna recalls this game being bought for her little brother when in reality her mom played it religiously, and how they would bring their family laptop on their summer vacations to see Anna’s family in Sweden and play the game series on loop. Actions and Resources for 5/26/2021Ways to help Palestine during the ongoing assault by Israel’s Govt.Support the Breathe ActGet Involved Locally – LA Organizations to Consider:Streetwatch LA – Ground Game LA – WaterDrop LA – SelahJames Baldwin’s The Fire Next Time – Free eBook PDFOkra Project – Providing Culturally Nutritious meals for Black Trans people Show NotesAnna Salinas – Badcomix – Website – John Baxter ComedyConner McCabe – Twitter – twitch.tv/conziscool69Produced by Jeremy Schmidt – Video Games: a Comedy ShowCall Me By Your Game – Instagram – Twitter – YouTubeSuper NPC Radio – Patreon – Twitter – Instagram – Twitch
Lesbians Were Invented By The CIA with Anna Salinas
Lizard People: Comedy and Conspiracy Theories
Lesbians! You know em, you love em, you are em. But what if we told you that lesbians were actually an invention of the Central Intelligence Agency? What if you were to learn that the very existence of lesbians is an elaborate scam dating back hundreds of years to distract women and keep the patriarchy in power? Sound confusing? You don't even know. This week the truly delightful writer and comedian Anna Salinas stopped by to explain the connections between queerness, Emergen-C, the ancient Greeks, J Edgar Hoover, and rugby teams. It's an all-timer episode that may shock you, but will definitely make you think hard about women and their soft soft lips.
We want feminist men! When do we want ‘em? Now! We are taking to the streets this week to declare our love for men who support women. Enter actor, writer, improviser, and fellow feminist Anna Salinas. Join us as we declare our love for fictional male characters who truly respect, fully support, and actively listen to their fictional female counterparts. This week we discuss why we are so drawn to nuanced characters, why there doesn’t need to be a romantic connection for a man to support a woman, and why a male character being a feminist might be the hottest fantasy of all. It may be a man’s world, but it means everything when a male character champions the rights, dreams, and successes of ladies on-screen. Seeing women as equals and making us swoon this week: Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan) of Outlander, Don Draper (Jon Hamm) of Mad Men, and Randall Pearson (Sterling K. Brown) of This Is Us. This week’s small business shout-out: Semicolon Books (Chicago) __ Show Information Crush Fictionally is produced by Peter Byrnes. Original music by Edith Mudge. Artwork by Rose Feduk. Have a crush-worthy episode idea? Slide into those DMs... Instagram: @crushfictionally Twitter: @crushfctionally Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Conner McGleason (Anna Salinas), a parking attendant from Boston, has come to LA to tell the exciting story of his profession and make it a movie. But no one gives a crap, so he's settling for writing a book. Will and Karen try to help, and fail. Check it out! __ SHOW INFORMATION Twitter: @IWillWriteYour Instagram: @IWillWriteYourBook
Comic artist and comedian Anna Salinas (Bad Comix By Anna) brings the producers along for a journey into the world of comics. __ “I’m Too Effing High” is written and produced by James Mastreani, Mike McLendon, Matt Newell, Dhruv Uday Singh, and Andrew Steven. For live dates, past episodes, and more, visit: imtooeffinghigh.com Merchandise: TeePublic