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Category: Comic Strips

Episode 278: Reviews of Terminal Lance Ultimate Omnibus, Death or Glory #1, and Black [AF]: Widows and Orphans #1

Time Codes: 00:00:32 – Introduction 00:03:09 – A few words (and a gripe) about the 2018 Eisner Award nominations 00:11:02 – Terminal Lance Ultimate Omnibus 00:37:29 – Death or Glory #1 00:47:28 – Black [AF]: Widows and Orphans #1 01:03:08 – Wrap

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Comics Alternative Interviews: Paul Karasik and Mark Newgarden

Time Codes: 00:26 – Introduction 03:02 – Setup of interview 05:10 – Interview with Paul Karasik and Mark Newgarden 56:08 – Wrap up 58:29 – Contact us Why Nancy…Again? Gene and Derek are happy to have on the podcast Paul Karasik

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Comics Alternative Interviews: Roz Chast

Time Codes: 00:00:24 – Introduction 00:02:38 – Setup of interview 00:04:40 – Interview with Roz Chast 01:12:04 – Wrap up 01:13:54 – Contact us Rat Afterbirth Paul and Derek are pleased to have on The Comics Alternative the great cartoonist, Roz Chast. Her new

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Interview: Ian Gordon

Conducted by Pedro Moura While not the first book from Palgrave MacMillan delving into comics, Kid Comic Strips. A Genre Across Four Countries is one of the first volumes from the publisher’s newly-minted series, “Palgrave Studies in Comics and Graphic

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Episode 237: Reviews of Star Hawks, Vol. 1: 1977-1978, Street Angel: After School Kung Fu Special, and Godshaper #1

Time Codes: 00:00:33 – Introduction 00:02:42 – We’ll be at HeroesCon! 00:05:09 – Star Hawks, Vol. 1: 1977-1978 00:41:32 – Street Angel: After School Kung Fu Special 00:54:09 – Godshaper #1 01:07:23 – Wrap up 01:08:18 – Contact us Nifty Looking Ladies On this

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Comics Alternative Interviews: Karl Stevens

Time Codes: 00:00:24 – Introduction 00:02:26 – Setup of interview 00:04:01 – Interview with Karl Stevens 01:26:32 – Wrap up 01:28:02 – Contact us Diluted Horse Piss On this interview episode, Derek talks with Karl Steven about Penny, his current weekly/semiweekly strip appearing in The Village

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Comics Alternative Interviews: Benjamin Frisch

“Family,” Not “Home” For this interview show, Gwen and Derek talk with Benjamin Frisch about his new book from Top Shelf Productions, The Fun Family. In many ways, this is a parody of Bil and Jeff Keane’s The Family Circus. The narrative concerns

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Comics Alternative Interviews: Tom Manning

Dimensions On this interview episode, Derek talks with Tom Manning, whose most recent work, Runoff, was released late last year from One Peace Books. They discuss the genesis of the project — how it began as a self-published serial and then

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Episode 166: Reviews of Killing and Dying, Taddle Creek #36, Barrier #1, and The Unabridged Graphic Adaptation of iTunes Terms and Conditions

“Gene’s cubical perspective” For this week’s review show, Gene and Derek are back with an extra long episode jam-packed with nougaty comics goodness. They begin with Adrian Tomine’s Killing and Dying (Drawn and Quarterly), his new book collecting issues twelve through fourteen of Optic Nerve. (Be sure

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Comics Alternative Interviews: Dean Mullaney

It’s Good to Be the King On this episode of the interview series, Andy and Derek are happy to have as their guest Dean Mullaney, the editor of IDW’s the Library of American Comics and the EuroComics series. His most

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Webcomics: Reviews of Space Mullet, Vinny: El Perro de la Balbuena, and Johnson and Sir

Mullets, Cheesecake, and Fantasyville For September’s webcomics episode, Sean and Derek have some fun titles lined up for you, the devoted Comics Alternative listener. They begin with an incredible futuristic sci-fi series partially informed by one of the worst hairstyles to come out

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