277 | Creating Comics & Title Design

Much to Al’s chagrin, Borderguard starts this conversation off, which leads into the fantastic independent comic books of the early eighties and the changing of the industry. And since no one on social media seemed to like the title design for that comic, we talk about that as well.

MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Paulus Magnus

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Borderguard By Peter John Palmer, C.J. HendersonAl Val And Scott Hanna.

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249 | Comic Books And Paperbacks

We start off talking about movies Al has finally seen, and double features from the past. Steve Rude, Space Ghost, Jeff Jones, Charles Vess, Michael Kaluta, assorted Artist’s Editions and the first comics bought as a kid are discussed. Chris Ware, paperback book covers of the 70s and architecture in comics come up, along with Hanna-Barbera comics, Owen Fitzgerald, Ernie Colón, Mike Ploog and P. Craig Russell.

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Space Ghost By Mark Evanier And Steve Rude.

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108 | Beatles In Comics, Harvey Comics, She-Hulk And Jim Henson’s The Storyteller 2

Al and Don start off with comics The Beatles appeared in, then go into Harvey Comics. Weird Love 4 And The Amazing Matt Baker And Rick Estrada. They Finish Out With She-Hulk 007 And Jim Henson’s The Storyteller 2: Witches.

MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Robert Pollard

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Yellow Submarine Comic From Gold Key.

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2 | Introduction To Comics

Welcome back, it’s episode 2! The gang’s all (well, mostly) here, and the topic of the day is favorite comic book writers. We end up going off on a tangent, and talk about Alan Moore a lot. MUSIC SPOTLIGHT: PRIMITIVE ASTRONAUTS. Apologies for the sound quality this episode, we’re still having growing pains. Drop a line and let us know what you think of the show!!!!

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Dallas and Rook’s introduction to comics from Jademan.
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