This is going to come as a big surprise to a lot of you I’m sure, but back when I was in Jr. High, I a bit of a nerd. Shocking, I know. After hours of being the odd man out at school, mentally tiring homework and physically taxing sports, the only thing I had to look forward to was a solid hour and a half of Late Night TV. I’d watch the first half of Leno, Letterman and O’Brien religiously, and experience that still effects me and the way I arrange the furniture in my living room.
Apparently I’m not the only person on the Internet to be so influenced by the Kings of Late Night. Woody after Hours is practically a love letter to the late night talk show format. It’s a very interesting new comic about a lovable everyman at his quest to make it big in the world of late night. Besides the normal gag-a-day wackiness, Woody invites guests from other Web comics to sit on the couch and be featured on the show.
It’s a great idea and a fun way to collaborate with other creators, but how does the execution hold up? You’ll have to tune in to find out. That’s what we call a teaser folks.
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