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Episode 195 | Do you eat a space orange for space scurvy?

Paul and René join Mike to discuss the VASTNESS of space, the comic stories we tell in space, and why we love fiction that can only take place in the infinite void of outer space. Timestamps 00:00:00 – Start/Last Week in Comics 00:16:31 – Comic Picks 00:27:43 – Space Comics 01:05:29 – Wrap/Credits What We Read / Comic Picks: Hog…

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Episode 98 | Roller Derby is a Gateway Drug

This episode was recorded on January 14th, 2017. Nick and Paul join Mike this week to discuss what they’re looking forward to in comics for 2017–but they only know so much. The end of Invincible?Grass Kings by Matt Kindt? Secret Empire? Batwoman by Marguerite Bennett and James Tynion IV? Parisian White by Kelly Sue DeConnick and Bill Sienkiewicz? All Time Comics from…

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Episode 85 | Jack “King” Kirby

This week’s episode was recorded on September 25th, 2016. Our show this week is longer than usual, but it’s definitely incredible. Nick and Paul join Mike to talk a whole bunch about comics and what they read recently. However, the main, and very long, topic for this week is all about the legacy of Jack Kirby. And if you have a…

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Episode 67 | Who Adapts The Adaptations?

This week’s episode was recorded on April 17th, 2016. Mike is joined by Nick and Paul this week to talk about comic book adaptations of movies (and subsequently, prose adaptations as well). The opening half of this episode is a bit longer than the main topic, but we managed to not talk about DC Rebirth. Go us! Relevant Links Mike –…

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Episode 49 | What’s a Judge to judge?

This week’s episode was recorded on December 13th, 2015. This week, Mike, Nick, and Paul chat about what they read last week (which was purposefully limited this time!) as well as their comic picks for the week (Ivar, Timewalker #12, Judge Dredd #1, and Invincible #126). The focus of this week’s episode was on each of the hosts “Great White Whale”…

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