Ruminations on TV Shows, Comics, And Music
This week, Adam and Anthony tackle a more serious topic: graphic novels about World War II era Japan. To balance out the very serious nature of thee graphic novels, they also review a comic about magic girls and butt farts.
0:00 - Marvel Loves New York City
1:50 - Spreading our wings
2:20 - Showa Vol 01
8:06 - Nanjing The Burning City
12:25 - Battlefields: Dear Billy
17:00 - Barefoot Gen
27:55 - Zodiac Starforce #1
32:04 - Drive #1
33:32 - Over The Garden Wall #1
35:36 - Lady Mechanika #0
37:19 - Hank Johnson Agent Of Hydra
37:33 - New graphic novels including "Out On The Wire" and "The Tithe Volume 1"
After last week's exhausting hour and a half walk down Bendis-Crossover Lane, Adam and Anthony try to tackle the uber-smart Matt Kindt's work. Due to some, uhhh, errors, they don't even read the same books! Or was that all part of Matt Kindt's evil plan? We also discuss five number one issues, some ongoing series and some new graphic novels/trade paperback collections. There may also be a couple of unfortunate sing-alongs.
0:00 - Unfortunate Sing Along #1
1:07 - Matt Kindt!
1:45 - Anthony talks about Divinity
4:10 - Adam talks about Red Handed
6:07 - Anthony talks about Revolver
8:17 - both of us talk about 3 Story
10:00 - both of us talk about Mind MGMT
16:21 - Adam does a quick read of Pastaways #2 & #3
20:26 - #1s!
21:13 - Welcome Back #1 by Christopher Sebela & Jonathan Brandon Sawyer
23:00 - Secret Wars Secret Love #1 (from Marvel)
25:07 - Howard The Human #1 by Skottie Young & Jim Mahfood
26:50 - House Of M #1 by Dennis Hopeless & Marco Failla
28:19 - Hip-Hop Family Tree #1 by Ed Piskor
32:11 - other stuff we are still reading including Archie #2! and Rat Queens #11
45:57 - new graphic novels including Unbeatable Squirrel Girl & Jason's "If You Steal"
Tune in next week as we talk about four books about war comics taking place in the WW2 era Japan.
Due to computer issues, I didn't get a chance to edit the Brian Michael Bendis crossover episode we did, but it is available in two parts on iTunes, as well as at Our Soundcloud Page.
Kelly Cooper joins us to talk about young adult graphic novels. We spend so much time that we barely get to talking about #1s. It's mostly Adam & Kelly making recommendations while Anthony sits in the background attempting, in vain, to drag us off the rails.
0:00 - A Happy Intro For A Change
1:00 - New Kids Graphic Novels such as "Regular Show: Noir Means Noir" and "Baba Yaga's Assistant"
4:58 - Kids comics that got us reading
8:04 - Golden Age of kids comics that don't feature little white boy adventurers
10:45 - Kazu Kibuishi's Flight series, Amulet series, and Explorer series
14:18 - Raina Telgemeier's "Smile", "Drama", and "Sisters"
16:00 - "My Little Pony Friendship Is Magic" & "GRONK!"
19:42 - Princeless (Adam's favorite all-ages comic)
24:44 - "Polly & The Pirates" & "Cursed Pirate Girl"
27:25 - Ben Hatke's "Zita The Space Girl"
29:46 - LJ Baptiste's "Comixscape"
32:31 - Liz Prince's "Clarence"
36:34 - Indie All Ages Comics: Javier Cruz-Winnik's "A Reason To Smile" and Derek Dextraze's "Pumpkin Wizard"
40:25 - why to buy Andy Runton's "Owly"
42:35 - Luke Pearson's Hilda series
45:16 - Paul Pope's "Battling Boy"
48:47 - Cory Doctorow & Jen Wang's "In Real Life"
51:28 - Phil and Kaja Folio's "Girl Genius"
55:20 - #1 comics: "This Damned Band", "John Flood", and "Dark Corridor"