TG Geeks Webcast Episode 316

The Two Gay Geeks 🏳️‍🌈 have a chat with Jake Shandy, an artist who has several webcomics of his own but also has done some incredible Fan Art for KD Edwards “Tarot Sequence” books as well as David R. Slayton’s White Trash Warlock. There is an interesting story of how he started these Fan Art items that you may find very interesting, we certainly did. Have a listen and we hope you enjoy this as much as we did.

About Jake Shandy

Jake Shandy is a freelance artist based in Southern California who spent the majority of his life so far filling up more sketchbooks than he has room for.
Currently, Jake lives with his husband (and four cats) and is the writer and artist of two webcomics; Battleborn and Not Your Average Demon on Tapas, as well as contributing artistically to various fandoms and doing commissions.
His webcomics can be found here:

Fan Art

Rune and Brand
The Last Sun
By KD Edwards

Adam Binder
White Trash Warlock
By David R Slayton


About Jake’s Webcomics



After just arriving in Edgemere, Brand is looking to make a name for himself. However, a chance encounter with the young sorcerer Riven changes his plans and drags him on a whirlwind adventure. With a kingdom in turmoil, an evil king, a missing prince, and two secrets that could change the course of history, Brand might finally become known by all- but at what cost?

A fantasy adventure set in a world of kings, warriors, and magic.

By Jake Shandy

Not Your Average Demon
For Mature Audiences

Gabriel just wants to read, is that so much to ask? Apparently so, because now his best friend is calling him and talking about demons of all things. He’d hang up if he weren’t so amused by it. Will says demons are real and Gabriel’s ready to disprove that until he meets this Not-So-Average Demon face to face and learns demons are, in fact, very real—and this one is very hot.
Not Your Average Demon
By Jake Shandy


In our second segment, we chat about WandaVision (Spoiler Free). We also highlight recent articles posted to the in the past week. As always we have our birthdays and we have the ever-popular feedback segment.

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