Strip Search

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Format: Webcomics Reality Show
Created By: Jerry Holkins, Mike Krahulik, Robert Khoo
Status: Concluded
Updates: Tuesdays and Fridays
Host: Penny Arcade Television
Original Run: March 1, 2013 - June 18, 2013
Associated Shows: Penny Arcade: The Series

Strip Search is a web-based reality series where 12 artists compete for $15,000 cash and a year's integration with the Penny Arcade offices. The show was added to Season Four of Penny Arcade: The Series when the $450,000 stretch goal on the Penny Arcade Kickstarter campaign was reached. Strip Search was created by the Penny Arcade team and produced by Bionic Trousers Media. In addition to shooting and editing, the crew was involved in the early planning stages and ongoing pre-production. Graham served as both the director and the host, with Mike Krahulik (Gabe) and Jerry Holkins (Tycho) serving as the judges. Strip Search premiered March 1, 2013 and ended June 18, 2013.

Credits

Executive Producers: Jerry Holkins, Mike Krahulik and Robert Khoo

Host: Graham Stark

For Bionic Trousers Media

Director: Graham Stark

Assistant Director: Kathleen De Vere

Producers: Graham Stark, Kathleen De Vere, Paul Saunders and James Turner

Camera: Jason Chinook, Sarah Mendiola and Paul Saunders

Sound Technician: Theodore Sherman

Editor: Graham Stark

Assistant Editor: Kathleen De Vere

Additional Editing: Kate Stark and Alex Steacy

Music: Bradley Rains

For Penny Arcade

Producers: Joshua Price, Erika Sadsad and Levin Sadsad

Associate Producer: William Lummus

Additional Camera: Van Blumreich

Photography: Dabe Alan

Designers: Erika Sadsad and Levin Sadsad

Animator: Levin Sadsad

Special Thanks

Wizards of the Coast, Wacom, NYCC, Power Notebooks, GES, Copic Markers, and Card Kingdom

Filming

The majority of Strip Search was filmed in December 2012. In Loading Time - Junk in the Trunk, Graham estimates that on the biggest day of filming, 20 GoPro cameras were in use.

Contestants

List of Episodes

Bonus

External Links