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Episode 253: Reviews of Lighter Than My Shadow, Now #1, and The Family Trade #1

Time Codes: 00:00:30 – Introduction 00:03:12 – The tragedy of the California wildfires 00:05:58 – Lighter Than My Shadow 00:48:27 – Now #1 01:14:03 – The Family Trade #1 01:31:28 – Wrap up 01:32:31 – Contact us Hungry for Art This

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Episode 179: Reviews of Patience and Visual Storytelling: An Illustrated Reader

Lesson Plans This week on the review show, Andy and Derek focus on two notable titles, one that has been greatly publicized and the other that has come in under the radar. The former is Daniel Clowes’s Patience (Fantagraphics), the

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Episode 115: A Review of The Best American Comics 2014

Listen to the podcast! [powerpress] More Better Best On this episode of the podcast, the Two Guys with PhDs Talking about Comics review The Best American Comics 2014, the latest installment in Houghton Mifflin Harcourt’s ambitious anthology series. This follows

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Comics Alternative Podcast Episode 98: Reviews of The People Inside, The Fade Out #1, and Faction

Listen to the podcast! [powerpress] Love, Noir, and Stuff Derek and Andy are really excited this week, because on the latest episode of The Comics Alternative they get to talk about three new and incredible titles. (They’re also excited because they have their first

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Comics Alternative Interviews: Chris Duffy

Listen to the podcast! [powerpress] Life During Wartime On this episode of The Comics Alternative Interviews, Derek and Andy talk with Chris Duffy about his new edited collection, Above the Dreamless Dead: World War I in Poetry and Comics (First Second). This is a

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Review: In the Dark: A Horror Anthology

by Andy Wolverton In the Dark: A Horror Anthology – Rachel Deering, editor (IDW Publishing) Anthologies are almost always a mixed bag, usually consisting of some good stories, lots of average ones, and a few clunkers. I’m happy to report that In

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Review: Omega Comics Presents, Vol. 2 #2

by Derek Royal Omega Comics Presents, Vol. 2  #2, by Dan Schkade, J. D. Faith, Jesse Snavlin, Russell Lissau, and Christine Larsen (Pop! Goes the Icon) In 2007, Las Vegas writer P. J. Perez started Pop! Goes the Icon (PGTI), a

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Review: Alternative Comics #4

By Derek Royal In 2003 the indie publisher, Alternative Comics, began offering a small sampling from their various creators for Free Comic Book Day.  For three years straight they released this annual collection and provided a much-needed alternative — literally —

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