Hollywood insider webcomic: Don't Forget to Validate Your Parking

Hollywood screenwriter Mike Le is making productive use of his time during the strike: he's the creator of the funny, insidery webcomic Don't Forget to Validate Your Parking, which made me laugh aloud more than once. It's a kind of My New Fighting Technique is Unstoppable for Hollywood... [more]


Smell of Morality in the Morning

Here it is August 3rd and Hollywood Elsewhere, a reasonably hip, zetigeist- appraising, industry pulse-taking site, is only just waking up to Don't Forget to Validate Your Parking. I'm speaking of the brilliant, extremely well written webcomic by screenwriter and "movie executive" Mike Le that's been going since last December... [more]


The 10 Best Unsung Webcomics

Don't Forget to Validate Your Parking is a strip by Mike Le with a focus on funny dialog and the Hollywood elite. He began the strip, which features his fictionalized phone and online discussions with agents and execs at movie studios, during the 100-day writer's strike earlier this year. Happily, he's kept at it on an infrequent basis ever since... [more]


A Special dot.comics Catch-up!

DON’T FORGET TO VALIDATE YOUR PARKING is another diamond in the internet rough. [...] What makes this comic strip so special is its simplicity, using the same image one panel after the next if not for the fun conversations that transition one panel to the next. It’s a fun experiment with the genre and a testament to the writing skills of the creator of the strip Mike Le... [more]


Percy Carey: Hollywood Renaissance Man Mike Le

As promised, we’re getting down to the bottom of these rumors about actor/singer Tyrese Gibson getting into the comic book business. Today we’re sitting down with renaissance man Mike Le, who is not only Vice President of Tyrese’s HQ Pictures, but also creator of the hilarious web comic Don’t Forget to Validate Your Parking, screenwriter of the big screen adaptation of Issac Adamson’s Tokyo Suckerpunch, and founder of the Hollywood think tank The Avalon Table. Check out the interview... [more]


New Comic: Don't Forget To Validate Your Parking

I was linked recently to Don't Forget To Validate Your Parking, a comic by a writer that is, at least in part, about the writer's strike. To date it's a talking head comic; one character either typing into his blog or talking on the phone, but (as one would expect from a writer) the dialog is pretty good. There's a certain self-mockingly pretentious depth to the character that really appeals to me... [more]


Click: Don't Forget to Validate Your Parking

Drawn by a former Wes Anderson/Owen Wilson assistant, this web-comic addresses the important topics, e.g., the writers' strike, and making Rupert Holmes' "Escape (The Pina Colada Song)" into a full-length movie -- which will end with the hero dying of alcoholism and pneumonia. [more]


New Webcomic From Hollywood Writer Brings the Funny

Mike's strip is called Don't Forget to Validate Your Parking and it points a savage and funny eye at insider Hollywood, albeit one that doesn't stretch the art skills too much... [more]


Hilarity ensues!

The best part about this comic is the dialogue. It's like a graphic novel version of Entourage, and just as funny. The narrator is a young screenwriter, and the comic centers around the friends, agents, and clients in his life. [more]


Don't Forget To Validate Your Parking!!!

Mike Le, a tremendous writer and all around entrepreneur, writes a hilarious web-comic strip about his experiences in the business. It's called "Don't Forget To Validate Your Parking" and I don't know anyone who's read it who hasn't loved it. Mike's one of the smartest funniest guys I know and you're going to want to get in on the ground floor here so you can cooly claim you knew him when... [more]

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