It’s our double-sized 50th episode spectacular!! Don, Dallas, Al and Rook review their book recommendations and then are joined by special guests Courtney, Cameron, Matt and Craig to discuss comic book movies, politics and gender in comics, and of course the Walking Dead. We cap off the show with a roundtable 20 question segment.
MUSIC SPOTLIGHT: Dungeon Boss And Exilia
The Show Begins Within Normal Parameters, But Slips After The 37 Minute Mark.
Caution Is Advised After That.
Rook Gives His Review On Marvelman/Miracleman
By Alan Moore, Gary Leach, Alan Davis,
Chuck Beckum, Rick Veitch, John Ridgway, And John Totleben
Al Covers The Game Changer Saga Of The Swamp Thing
By Alan Moore, Steve Bissette And John Totleben
The Spectre By Michael Fleisher And Jim Aparo
Was Also Great, But Didn’t Change The Game.
Continues On By Asking Rook Several Questions Concerning
Ghost Rider By Garth Ennis And Clayton Crain
And He Gives His Thoughts On Terminal City
By Dean Motter And Michael Lark
Don Discusses A Story From The Sandman Dream Country
By Neil Gaiman And Charles Vess
And This Story From The Sandman Dream Country
By Neil Gaiman And Colleen Doran
Don Talks About Mouse Guard Fall 1152 By David Petersen
Gnomes By Wil Huygen And Rien Poortvliet
Although The Nature Of The Beast By Sanchez Abuli And Jordi Bernet
Is Discussed, It Seems To Encompass Most Of The Cartoonists Of Spain
Even Though Don Tried To Get Him To Read It Years Ago, Dallas Was
Happy To Have Read Red Rocket 7 By Michael And Laura Allred
Couldn’t Read The Disc He Was Given, So He Read
Creepy Presents Bernie Wrightson Instead
And Finishes With His Review Of Warlock By Jim Starlin
Adventures Of Superman, Orson Scott Card Has Been
Hired To Write For It, And Now David Gerrold Wants To As Well.
The Idea Of Crossed Being Made Into A Movie