April 14, 2012
The eSeason 2 is going to happen whether you like it or not according to Tim Gooch (Art) and Ken Whitman (Russ) but this year we needed a new character to spice up the action. After searching high and low, well mostly low, we discovered the talented Tana Stealcup hanging out in the wrong places. Because we have photos, and not afraid to blackmail a person, Tana agreed to perform in Season 2 of Brothers Barbarian.
Check out new episode of Brothers Barbarian this fall.
September 11, 2011
The excitement keeps on coming!!! Just when you thought they could not get one more gaming superstar in a damn web series, Brothers Barbarian is announcing that Tracy Hickman will voice the lovable yet ferocious dragon that will appear in episode 5 & 6.
The show NOW stars New York Times bestselling authors Margaret Weis AND Tracy Hickman, AND iconic master fantasy artist Larry Elmore!
When asked what kind of blackmail the production company was holding over Tracy’s head, he declined any comments but dropped a small yellow sticky-note to a reporter telling her to CALL THE POLICE!!!
Upon arrival at Tracy’s house a few hours later, The police were informed by Mr. Hickman that the voice tracks for the dragon known as Pufalufaromagas was already off to the sound mixers for this week’s release. Tracy also told the police that “the damage was already done!” and he will not press charges, as there is a good chance that this may be pretty freakin’ cool now that he is involved in the project!
Check out new episode of Brothers Barbarian each week.
INTERVIEW (Strong Language)
August 20, 2011
Stand-up comedians tackle the week’s local Louisville news in this podcast featuring stand-up performances from the Midwest’s top headliners. Think the “Daily Show” meets “Chelsea Lately” meets the Louisville Courier Journal. (STRONG LANGUAGE!!! NOT A FAMILY SHOW!!!)
Also joining us as guests on the show are Ken Whitman and Tim Gooch from the web series The Brothers Barbarian. We discuss how the idea for the series came about, how it was produced on a low budget locally in the Louisville area and why a medieval-themed show can appeal to a mainstream audience as well as fantasy fans. Interview begins at 27:30.
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August 16, 2011
BROTHERS BARBARIAN TAKES THE INTERNET BY STORM!
After creating pre-launch buzz at 2011 GenCon Indy, and launching today, thousands of fantasy fans are already flocking to the new barbarian online sitcom about two young barbarian brothers on a quest to find the evil witch who cursed them with being “middle aged in middle earth”.
The show stars New York Times bestselling author Margaret Weis and iconic master fantasy artist Larry Elmore, both well known figures from the underground culture that spawned Dungeons & Dragons.
This bombastic new show is using the internet platform with the goal of becoming the next video sensation. The hit web series has already spawned several new knock-offs such as the new Conan movie release on the 18th of this month, and the new Hobbit movie directed by newcomer Peter Jackson, to be released sometime next year.
Although rushed onto the small screen— just in time to beat the hot new Brothers Barbarian franchise—HBO’s Game of Thrones did what many critics say as “Okay, for a TV show that was obviously trying to beat out serious fantasy storylines like Brother Barbarian.”
This all-new, six-part, live-action, fun-filled web concept premieres today, August 16, 2011.
Log on to http://www.facebook.com/brothersbarbarian for more information about release dates of each upcoming episodes.
March 15, 2011
LARRY ELMORE & MARGARET WEIS TO STAR IN WEB SERIES
What do you get when you combine one of the world’s best fantasy authors with one of the world’s greatest fantasy artists? Brothers Barbarian!
Elmore and Weis square off as rivals in this whimsical fantasy web series about two young, handsome, studly brothers who are cursed by an evil witch and changed into out-of-shape, but still handsome and studly (if you ask them) middle-aged barbarians. Weis says she was type-cast as the evil witch. Elmore is the crazy old wizard who aids the brothers in their quest to end the curse and regain their youth and the ability to burn, pillage, and plunder without running out of breath.
“What attracted me to the story of Brothers Barbarian,” said Elmore, “was the humor of the ridiculous situation. The characters are not trying to be funny, but it’s hard not to laugh at a couple of 40-year-old geezers behaving like adolescents.”
“Hey, dudes,” said Weis, “bring on the flying monkeys!”
This all new six-part live-action, fun-filled web series is scheduled to premiere in August. Log on to www.barbarianbrothers.com for more information about the release date for each episode.