Category: Franco-Belgian Comics

Episode 259: Reviews of Bad Mask, Evolution #1, and Doctor Radar #1

Time Codes: 00:01:26 – Introduction 00:03:48 – Post-Thanksgiving digestion 00:05:07 – Bad Mask 00:30:41 – Evolution #1 00:46:48 – Doctor Radar #1 01:03:06 – Wrap up 01:04:36 – Contact us Mystery! On this week’s episode Gwen and Derek discuss three recent releases

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Euro Comics: Reviews of Billie Holiday, Josephine Baker, and The Green Hand and Other Stories

Time Codes: 00:00:29 – Introduction 00:03:36 – Edward’s big life changes! 00:08:09 – Billie Holiday 00:26:53 – Josephine Baker 00:59:14 – The Green Hand and Other Stories 01:20:36 – Wrap up 01:22:17 – Contact us Post-Natal Returns After having to readjust for a

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Euro Comics: Review of Valerian and Laureline

Time Codes: 00:00:25 – Introduction 00:03:23 – Setup, and a big thanks to Jerome Saincantin! 00:05:01 – Valerian and Laureline 01:13:46 – Wrap up 01:15:10 – Contact us Sci Fi, French Style This month on The Comics Alternative‘s Euro Comics series, Edward

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Euro Comics: Reviews of Flight of the Raven and The Reprieve

Time Codes: 00:00:26 – Introduction 00:03:08 – Comments on the Eisner Award nominations 00:08:31 – Flight of the Raven 00:42:47 – The Reprieve 01:06:13 – Wrap up 01:07:15 – Contact us Hollywood? Edward and Derek are back with the latest Euro Comics episode.

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Euro Comics: Reviews of Pretending Is Lying and The Lighthouse

Time Codes: 00:00:27 – Introduction 00:02:56 – Listener mail! 00:07:21 – Pretending Is Lying 00:56:22 – The Lighthouse 01:16:11 – Wrap up 01:17:05 – Contact us Edward’s Nitpicks For the month of March, Edward and Derek look at two very different European

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Euro Comics: Reviews of Little Tulip, Billy Budd, KGB, The Magician’s Wife, and The Boys of Sheriff Street

Time Codes: 00:00:30 – Introduction 00:03:17 – Checking in 00:08:31 – Charyn and Boucq’s Little Tulip, Billy Budd, KGB, and The Magician’s Wife 00:57:42 – Charyn and Loustal’s The Boys of Sheriff Street 01:15:40 – Wrap up 01:17:02 – Contact us A Deep Charyn Dive This

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Euro Comics: Reviews of Soft City and The World of Edena

Time Codes: 00:00:27 – Introduction 00:03:03 – Listener mail! 00:07:29 – Soft City 00:39:12 – The World of Edena 01:18:12 – Wrap up 01:19:09 – Contact us Soft and Lush For the November episode in the Euro Comics series, Edward and Derek take

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Euro Comics: Reviews of I Am Legion and Tyler Cross: Black Rock

Time Codes: 00:27 – Introduction 02:41 – Checking in and updates 04:06 – I Am Legion 31:38 – Tyler Cross: Black Rock 53:56 – Wrap up 55:04 – Contact us Blood Noir For the October Euro Comics episode, Edward and Derek look at

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Euro Comics: Reviews of The Adventures of Dieter Lumpen and Come Prima

  Journeys On this, the second episode of the new Euro Comics series, Edward and Derek discuss two recent publications that involve journeys, but in vastly different ways. They begin with the latest translation from IDW’s EuroComics imprint, The Adventures of

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Episode 196: Reviews of The Stranger, Snotgirl #1, and Frontier #12

An Episode of Discovery On this week’s episode, the Two Guys with PhDs discuss three very different recent titles. They begin with the comics adaptation of Albert Camus’s The Stranger, written and illustrated by Jacques Ferrandez (Pegasus Books). Originally published in French 2013 —

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Euro Comics: Reviews of Irmina and Adam Sarlech: A Trilogy

European Getaway How do the Two Guys with PhDs celebrate America’s Independence Day? Why, by using the July 4th holiday to launch their brand new monthly series devoted to European comics. That’s right, similar to what the podcast already does

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Comics Alternative Interviews: Jamie Richards and Edward Gauvin

Invisible No More Over the past several years, the Two Guys with PhDs have reviewed a lot of books in translation. But what they’ve tended to overlook, more times than not, is the translator of the work, the individual who

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