Reviews and discussion of comics and graphic novels, everything but the big superhero comics.
Episode 101: Veasna, Smith and Reinmuth, Aldeguer
We review Year of the Rabbit by Tian Veasna, Big Black: Stand at Attica by Frank Smith and Jared Reinmuth, and After the Spring: A Story of Tunisian Youth by Hélène Aldeguer.
Episode 100: Best of the 2010s
Alex rejoins Joshua and Joe to run down our roughly 14 favorite books and cartoonists of the 2010s: Eleanor Davis, Rosalie Lightning by Tom Hart, Anders Nilsen, John Hanciewicz, Digger by Ursula Vernon, My Favorite Thing Is Monsters Vol. 1 by Emil Ferris, Marion Fayolle, Frank Santoro, Joe Sacco, the comics journalism of The Nib, My Friend Dahmer by Derf Backderf, Daytripper by Gabriel Ba and Fabio Moon, and Marcelo D'Salete.
Episode 99: Bunjevac, Noomin, Mardou, Boyd, Barajas
We review Bezimena by Nina Bunjevac, Drawing Power edited by Diane Noomin, Sky in Stereo vol. 2 by Mardou, Chicken Rising by D. Boyd, and La Voz de M.A.Y.O. by Henry Barajas.
Episode 98: Davis, D'Salete, Healy, Willumsen
We review The Hard Tomorrow by Eleanor Davis, Angola Janga by Marcelo D'Salete, Americana by Luke Healy, and Bradley of Him by Connor Willumsen.
Episode 97: Delporte, Moore, Daniels, Passmore, Allaby, Mandaag
In this episode we touch on This Woman's Work by Julie Delporte, Sweet Little C**t: The Graphic Work of Julie Doucet by Anne Elizabeth Moore, BTTM FDRS by Ezra Claytan Daniels and Ben Passmore, Martin Peters by Patrick Allaby, and The Follies of Richard Wadsworth by Nick Mandaag.
Episode 96: Jacob, Lust, Lin, Jason
We review Good Talk by Mira Jacob, How I Tried to Be a Good Person by Ulli Lust, Pope Hats #6 by Hartley Lin, and O Josephine! by Jason.
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Insightful reviews on a wide range if comics.
Joshua and Alex are filling a much needed void in the glut of comics podcasts which mostly focus on the mainstream. This podcast does a great job of highlighting many of the new releases in alternative comics in an easy to digest, structured discussion. Both hosts are working artists and have a deep knowledge of comics past and present.
Rare sighting: Intelligent, articulate, and insightful comics reviewers
Alex and Joshua get their hands on EVERYTHING. Not afraid to review comics from all genres and publishers. You may not always agree with them, but you'll appreciate the way they deliver their opinions and be thankful there are podcasters like them doing the dirty work.
Very helpful in purchase choices
These podcasts are very helpful in using my shopping dollars wisely. The opinions of these reviewers are a great resource.