167 | Fist Of Fury, Fanzines, Butchering The Beatles, Graphic Ink And Valerian

Al begins the conversation with a spillover from Kung Fu Theater On Radio St. Pete, and then moves into the art of comic book script writing and fanzines. The Beatles Revolver is brought up along with the question of why songs were removed from each album for the American audience. Don brings Darwyn Cooke: Graphic Ink and Valerian to the table, then we stop.

MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: The Jam

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 Bruce Lee: Fists Of Fury (aka Chinese Connection In The USA).

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Explicit 150 | Too Many Comics, Variant Covers And Other Comics We’ve Forgotten Or Haven’t Read

The Core Four burn through the first part of the show talking about how they met, then learn how Hashbrowns got his name. The question of are there too many comics these days? is brought up, and Al discusses the return of variant covers. Dallas gives a lukewarm review of Fantastic Four 352 after Don pushed it on him and Rook reviews Super Zero. And at the end Poison River, Chrononauts 1, Black Science and The Nevermen were talked about, but not very well. Enjoy!

MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: The HorriblesPrince Whipper Whip

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Are There Too Many Comics These Days?
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27 | Paul Grist And Movie Adaptations In Comics

Are comics too expensive? Al and Don discuss price, availability and format of the American comic book.

MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Pierre Legault

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Jack Staff By Paul Grist

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25 | Thought Balloons

We’ve made it to episode 25! Who would have thought?

MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: In The Dim (half of them anyway)

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