*NEWS FLASH* Shoot the Breeze Media joins forces with Take Back the Knight Podcast!

Shoot The Breeze Media, and their website Shoot The Breeze Comics, have recently acquired the podcast Take Back The Knight and audio drama To Court Death in partnership with their hosts Nick Campan and Leani Lopez. In addition to this partnership, Campan and Lopez have signed on as staff writers for Shoot the Breeze Comics.

We are incredibly excited to be a part of the Shoot the Breeze Comics team. From the moment we joined, we have felt nothing but support and enthusiasm! We’ve been doing the podcast for four years now and {we} can’t wait to see what this next stage has in store for us,”  Lopez gushed to Shoot the Breeze Comics. “Now that we’ve joined, we’re excited to finally be able to work on the projects and ideas we’ve brainstormed over the last few years, including audio dramas. We’re also excited to keep evolving Take Back the Knight and sharing our thoughts and opinions with a wider audience.” 

When reached for comment Campan voiced a similar sentiment.

I’m so excited to be a part of the Shoot the Breeze media team. This is every nerd’s dream. Hanging out with a bunch of nerds talking about nerd stuff… but as a job. 12 year old me is giving me the highest of high fives for this,” Campan said excitedly. “I’m looking forward to expanding our listener base. It’s been Leani and I talking at each other for four years with maybe fifteen people on Tumblr listening. And this is a lot more than that. So for me is like going into the Majors after kicking around Triple-A for a few years. So it’s going to be interesting to see how the rest of the internet thinks about us.”

Logo for the audio drama To Court Death

In an official statement, Chief Executive Officer for Shoot The Breeze Media and the website’s Editor-in-Chief, James Portis expressed his own excitement: “It’s an amazing opportunity to partner with these creators and give them a platform to release their material on. We’re always looking to partner with folks who just want to help celebrate geek culture and comic books and with ‘To Court Death’, and our audio drama podcast ‘Undercover Cape’ and now with Panel To Panel back in full swing after a few months hiatus and Take Back The Knight establishing as it’s new sister podcast as Thought Bubbles is on hiatus, we’re looking to create some pretty amazing things here at Shoot The Breeze.

Take Back the Knight released its first episode on June 24th, 2014 and the series has focused on Lopez and Campan’s adventures in the nerd realm, analysis of comic and media content, and slice of life/personal events. Lopez and Campan have tirelessly worked together for four years to bring quality content into nerdom. Their decision to join Shoot the Breeze Media will on serve to broaden the horizons of both entities.

Christina Williams, Chief Operating Officer for Shoot the Breeze Media and Managing Editor of the website, said it best when she said: “I believe that [the partnership] will help us expand our horizons. I’m excited to see us merge with such a promising project. I can’t wait to see how far the partnership will help us all grow.”

Episode 102 of Take Back the Knight, entitled “Reboot,” can be found on Youtube here and will soon be on the Shoot the Breeze Comics site here.

Tune in and enjoy some true quality content brought to you by two very talented people as well as your favorite comic website!

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