September 20, 2006


PEACE PARTY showcased in The War at Home

Native-Themed Comic Book Is First to Appear on National TV

Set your TiVos and VCRs! PEACE PARTY, the multicultural comic book featuring Native Americans, will appear in The War at Home Sunday, Sept. 24.

For the full story, read the press release.


Rob said...

The War at Home is a sitcom, not a news show. PEACE PARTY should appear briefly in Sunday's episode, which is set at a comic-book convention. It's not the focus of the show and there won't be any interview or even dialog about it.

The episode has already been filmed and it's "in the can." My contact at the show doesn't know how long PEACE PARTY will be on-screen and neither do I. It could be several seconds, or the producers could cut the scene at the last moment.

Yes, I've started watching the show since this business came up. It's your standard sarcastic family sitcom. It's nothing special but it has its moments.

This appearance is going to be a one-time deal, I'm sure. I haven't seen the boys read comics at home, and the producers didn't keep copies of PEACE PARTY to use as props. So you can bet this is pretty much it.

Rob said...

I like The Simpsons and King of the Hill despite the intentionally crude animation. Both have done the occasional Indian-themed episode, with King of the Hill being the clear winner.

Rob said...

When I said "crude," I was thinking more of the drawing style than the motion between frames. Either way, The Simpsons and King of the Hill are better than such shows as South Park or Home Movies, which are really crudely animated.