Rook starts it off with Dark Nights Death Metal 1 which leads into zombies in comics and shows us his unread copy of Negan Lives 1. The revised Free Comic Book Day, comic heroes wearing trunks over their costumes, collection mentality, fine art/commercial art and Mark Schultz finishes this one up.
Be careful what you wish for, because it may come true. The final volumes of Valerian And Laureline start this episode off. We talk about a 3D movies, material that needs to be translated, a book we have never heard of and curating your collection.
MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: French Maide
Dallas starts it off talking about Injection, then Al and Don come in and look at the Free Comic Book Day issue of Hilda, Jonah Hex 33 and Catwoman 17, 18 and 19. Then it goes into a massive pullapalooza.
MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Be Bop Deluxe
Happy Halloween! This week’s topics: Eerie comics guilty pleasures, Brainjacked and other local gore films, Alan Moore’s 1963, and the ads inside. Don’s take on All-Star Superman, Bernie Wrightson’s Swamp Thing, Filipino artists and komiks, George Perez‘ early years, Al almost fights some guy over the origin of the comic book, and French graphic albums. What Are You Reading: Don does 100 Bullets by Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso, and Al covers Vampirella #27 (1973).
MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Real Eyes