Dammit Liz Show at LoadingReadyRun Con

Dammit Liz Show at LoadingReadyRun Con! May 10th!

Come one! Come all! For the LoadingReadyRun Dammit Liz Extravaganza!

Get your tickets HERE

Get your hotel room HERE (by APRIL 25TH)


Saturday, May 10th, 2014 -  Show starts at 8pm

DoubleTree by Hilton Seattle Airport

18740 Pacific Highway South

Seattle, WA 98188, US


The night starts with your amazing host, Kris Straub. He will mesmerize you with hosting abilities and then will introduce such talents as nerd famous rocker Kirby Krackle and internet and IRL sibling sensations The Doubleclicks.

Sit back and enjoy the comedic and musical offerings of this and much more!

Don’t want to drive home? No problem! Book an affordable room and let the party last into the early morning.












Kris Straub


Kris Straub is a cartoonist, designer, writer and humor scientist. He’s been producing content online since 2000. Current projects include Broodhollow, Chainsawsuit, Starslip, and the Chainsawsuit Podcast and videos.



Kirby Krackle










Kirby Krackle


Kyle Stevens is the vocalist and songwriter for Seattle based nerd-rockers Kirby Krackle, a a group that has made a name for itself as the go-to band for rock-pop about comic books, video games, and the best of pop-culture. Since debuting in 2009, Kirby Krackle has toured countless conventions around North American and Australia, independently-released 5 albums, many singles, and wrote and performed the theme song for the week Marvel Comics web-series, “The Watcher”.

In Spring of 2014 the band is releasing “Geekiest Hits: Vol. 1”, a collection of their most beloved tracks and re-recorded fan favorites.


The Doubleclicks

The Doubleclicks


The Doubleclicks are a pair of sisters — Angela Webber and Aubrey Webber — who sing about Dungeons & Dragons, dinosaurs, and Mr. Darcy. They play cello and ukulele. Their latest album, Lasers & Feelings, includes songs about Mars Curiosity, meeting people on the Twitter, and Geek Girl pride, and debuted in the top 10 on the Billboard comedy charts. Their single for that album, a geek girl anthem called “Nothing to Prove” has been viewed over 1 million times on YouTube. The Doubleclicks tour the country regularly, and have shared bills with nerd and comedy superstars including Jonathan Coulton, Paul and Storm and Wil Wheaton. In early 2014, the Doubleclicks raised over $80,000 in a Kickstarter campaign to fund a new album and a music video project.


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