Shane Berryhill comes on to discuss the upcoming Comic Books Kill and the comic book industries alleged roots in organized crime. Writing and the lasting effects of reading comic books are discussed in depth, and Jacin And The Olympians finishes it out. Enjoy!
The library .app Hoopla is brought to our attention, which leads into steaming services and online portals that can be enjoyed. We also discuss Atomic Robo, Mark Schultz, Monstress, East Of West and some titles we did not read when they were originally published.
MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: French Maide
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Had he lived, Jack Kirby would have been 98. Al starts it off with a discussion that without The King’s influence, would comic books have taken a more boring direction? Don brings Dave Gibbons’ Watching The Watchmen book, and they finish with a quick Pullapalooza.
MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Circus Devils
Al, Dallas and Don get together on this supersized episode to discuss comic artists who not only had fantastic drawing abilities, but were masters of graphic design as well.
MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Samaria
Seminal Works. Creepy Presents Alex Toth, Genius Isolated, Genius Illustrated, Genius Animated, Setting the Standard: Comics by Alex Toth 1952-1954 And Zorro.
Special guest Joust joins Al and Don to discuss The Marvel Super Heroes Animated Cartoon From 1966, The current Hawkeye comic, Joe Simon, Harvey Comics Thriller Line, Alex Toth, Gene Colan, Frank Robbins, George Perez, Dave Cockrum and Steve Rude.
MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Jules and the Polar Bears