A Weekly* Podcast with Aaron and Andrea talking about the bigger issues in life using comics as the starting point
Episode 88 - Long Time
Comics Therapy. No Reviews. Just Analysis.
In this week's show we talk about life, death, and Aaron's determination to live forever to buy all the comics. We offer no apologies for our absence, make no promises on our regular return, and as usual, wax philosophical on the minutia you missed.
Andrea will be at DiNK! this coming weekend if you want to say hi in person. Aaron will likely be at some flea market in Oregon acquiring yet more comics for his collection. Some things never change.
Last Days of an Immortal By Fabien Vehlmann, Gwen de Bonneval, Edward Gauvin
Invincible #144 By Robert Kirkman, Ryan Ottley, Cory Walker, Nathan Fairbairn
This Weeks Intro: Boston - Foreplay / Long Time
This Weeks Outro: Lynyrd Skynyrd - Comin' Home
Episode 87 - Reunited
Paul Auster's City of Glass - by Paul Karasik, David Mazzucchelli.
Secret Empire, Marvel event.
Handmaid's Tale - by Margaret Atwood, adapted for TV by Hulu.
Episode 86 - Begin the Begin
Plutona #1 16:53
Mockingbird #1 31:05
Toil & Trouble #1 46:53
Episode 85 - Suicide is Painless
Daredevil #16 10:50
Annihilator #6 20:40
The Couch - Brian Wood 32:10
Episode 84.1 - Have You Heard the News?
Episode 84 - She's A Witch
Harrow County #2 9:35
1602: Witch Hunter Angela #1 33:00
Great show makes you think
These two do a great job making you think about comics maybe you wouldn't of before but feel good about after.
Good discussions and reviews!
Great discussions about comics by true intelligent fans of the medium. This is a great choice if you already listen to a podcast or two that review comics and are looking for further explorations and different discussions on comic books.
I Wanted to Like It
As intriguing as I find the concept of this podcast, I don't think I could stand to listen to another episode, due to an obvious lack of chemistry between the hosts. Andrea is constantly talking down to her co-host and at times it's incredibly insulting. That said, Andrea is pretty good at engaging a work, but Aaron seems to always need help getting to his point. Their banter just makes for an awkward hour.