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sarahauger
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tagged as: afu chan, al ewing, as eloquent as a dove, avengers, bohemian rhapsody, brian bendis, clay mann, ed mcguinness, go-bots, graeme, grant morrison, heroes in crisis, ivan reis, jason aaron, jeff, joe bennett, john layman, lee weeks, liam sharp, martin simmonds, mister miracle, mitch gerads, outer darkness, podcast, queen, ruy josé, scott snyder, superman, tag!, the green lantern, the immortal hulk, the night comes for us, the raid: redemption, tom king, tom scioli, wait what?
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0:01-6:15:  greetings! after a very long time, jeff “black friday!” lester and graeme “small business saturday!” mcmillan are back with their non-fantastic-four-focused comics podcast that starts off  being *especially* unfocused. within the first few minutes, we’re debating what constitutes a device, what kind of liquor you’d find in a molokov cocktail, and more exciting not-comics-at-all-we-admit-it topics.
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45:13-1:03:07: graeme mentions he’s seen bohemian rhapsody to make a larger point about how your experience of a work can be influenced by its reception but jeff totally goes crazy with the interrupting because oh my god he just saw bohemian rhapsody as well, and how can such a terrible movie be so damn enjoyable?  of course, we’re going to talk about that!  also discussed: huey lewis and the news; and more.
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2:13:11-end:  closing comments!  look for us on  stitcher! itunes! instagram! twitter together and separately: graeme and jeff! matt! tumblr, and  on patreon where a wonderful group of people make this all possible, including the kind crew at american ninth art studios and empress audrey, queen of the galaxy, to whom we are especially grateful for their continuing support of this podcast.  and then we’re out!
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28:13-1:06:23: we start to catch up on news that’s happened in our absence, but graeme really boils it down to one topic of discussion: the firing of chuck wendig from marvel because of his social media presence.  it’s the opening for a larger talk about the industry’s history with creators and with unionization, with graeme using as a springboard for discussion the excellent american comic book chronicles: the 1990s by keith dallas and jason sacks.
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1:07:56-2:09:41: japan!  or to be more precise, jeff’s impressions and recollections, about the country and his recent nineteen day visit there.  he mentions time spent with pals of the podcast miguel and cormac, japan’s tremendous visual culture, conbinis (and more specifically the amazing onigiri), and, perhaps above all, golgo 13 and manga.  (a lot of my info about saito and his publishing company is badly paraphrased from jason thompson’s excellent entry on golgo 13 over at house of 1000 manga).
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2:09:41-end: closing comments!  look for us on  stitcher! itunes! instagram! twitter together and separately: graeme and jeff! matt! tumblr, and  on patreon where a wonderful group of people make this all possible, including the kind crew at american ninth art studios and empress audrey, queen of the galaxy, to whom we are especially grateful for their continuing support of this podcast.  and then we’re out!
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33:48-1:09:34: jeff has a question for graeme: since graeme is familiar with both the 100 page giants of the ‘70s, and the british marvel anthology titles of the ‘80s, what would be his pick for titles for similar reprint books (with some new material) for dc, marvel, and another publisher?  discussed: morrison and porter’s jla; chip zdarsky’s spider-man; jack kirby’s 2001: a space odyssey; the recent titan books reprint of the prisoner by kirby, englehart, and kane; comics that don’t age well; finder by carol speed mcneil; and more.
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1:09:34-1:24:04: graeme mentions 2000 a.d. as a science fiction themed anthology, which leads jeff to wonder about a horror anthology where there are recurring characters. so crazy it just might work? we talk about some of the big successes (and many, many failures) of horror comics with recurring characters. discussed: the ghost rider; the 13th floor; john constantine; the castle rock tv show; fan service and the gotham tv show; and more.
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2:23:58-end: closing comments!  (but also: cheewees!)  look for us on  stitcher! itunes! instagram! twitter together and separately: graeme and jeff! matt! tumblr, and  on patreon where a wonderful group of people make this all possible, including the kind crew at american ninth art studios and empress audrey, queen of the galaxy, to whom we are especially grateful for their continuing support of this podcast.  and then we’re out!
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tagged as: 2000 ad, al ewing, batman, batman: damned, brian azzarello, captain marvel, dc, geoff johns, gerry conway, graeme, grant morrison, howard chaykin, immortal hulk, jack kirby, jason aaron, jeff, judge dredd, judge dredd: trifecta, killraven masterworks, lee bermejo, lee garbett, mark millar, marvel, mister miracle, neal adams, roy thomas, tom king, tony daniel, wait what?, wonder woman, wonder woman: earth one vol. 2, yanick paquette
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2:15:56-end: closing comments!  look for us on  stitcher! itunes! instagram! twitter together and separately: graeme and jeff! matt! tumblr, and  on patreon where a wonderful group of people make this all possible, including the kind crew at american ninth art studios and empress audrey, queen of the galaxy, to whom we are especially grateful for their continuing support of this podcast.  and then we’re out!
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0:01-27:04:  greetings from graeme “self-embargoed” mcmillan and jeff “self-impetigoed” lester, who move relatively quickly into this news discussion dense episode, starting with the passing of gary friedrich and the mighty marie severin, two workers in comics with very different careers who nonetheless managed to pass away within a day of one another.  we start discussing the career of gary friedrich and his life and times, including his creation of ghost rider, his lawsuit with marvel re same, his last comics credit, his long interview in comic artist, an on-point digression about the 90s kirbyverse comics and ultra comics, and much more.
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27:04-37:21: and then we talk about marie severin, how absolutely amazing her work is, and how essential she was to marvel in the sixties and seventies.  we coo in awe over the suppleness of her line, her amazing house ad work for marvel, her flawless pastiche work for not brand echh, her sense of design, and discuss her ties to both marvel and e.c, and how that perhaps one to inherit the mantle of the latter.
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41:05-1:20:15: so perhaps it’s unsurprising we move on from there to talk about comicsgate, the topic (unfortunately) on social media’s mind.  graeme wants to write about it, but is that just stoking the fires? or does the industry need a definitive article that can prevent dozens of bad faith arguments? also discussed: the lack of official statements from major comics publishers; other statements from marvel; david uzumeri’s article at medium about the road to comicsgate; and more.
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tagged as: 2000 a.d., akira hiramoto, alex maleev, aminder dhaliwal, bastard, batman, batman: white knight, berlin, brian michael bendis, brink, chris claremont, coyote doggirl, dan abnett, exit stage left: the snagglepuss chronicles, fantastic four, graeme, grant morrison, hey kids comics, howard chaykin, i.n.j. culbard, izumi tsubaki, jason lutes, jeff, john byrne, judge dredd, lisa hanawalt, mark millar, mark russell, marvel unlimited, master of kung-fu, max de radigués, mike feehan, monthly girls’ nozaki-kun, pearl, podcast, prison school, sean murphy, tokyopop, tom king, wait what?, woman world
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11:45-23:30:  jeff, who admits to being crabbier than usual, cedes the ground to graeme, which is a good thing for us all, as graeme has read some upcoming graphic novels we should be on the lookout for, and talks about them in exciting (but non-spoilery) ways:  the amazing sounding bastard by max de radiguès; coyote doggirl by lisa hanawalt; woman world by aminder dhaliwal; and the complete collection of berlin by jason lutes (!!!).
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2:12:08-2:27:24: in “news,” jeff wants to know if graeme knows anything about this weird and more than slightly suspect tokyopop sale on comixology.  selling digital versions of books currently available from other publishers? licensed comics featuring characters they surely can’t still own the licenes for? what is up with this sale?  graeme doesn’t have any answers, but he does point out some strange stuff about the project superpowers sale.  and we talk about some reading options currently available on marvel unlimited, including the entire run of master of kung-fu, which leads graeme to ask a question—“jeff, i’ve never read master of kung-fu.  should i?”—jeff has literally never thought of before.
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2:27:24-end:  a classic closing comments fakeout!! look for us on  stitcher! itunes! instagram! twitter together and separately: graeme and jeff! matt! tumblr, and  on patreon where a wonderful group of people make this all possible, including the kind crew at american ninth art studios and empress audrey, queen of the galaxy, to whom we are especially grateful for their continuing support of this podcast. (and then! we talk about the sentencing of comics writer gerard jones to six years of prison, which is admittedly a very, very weird way to end the episode.)  and then we’re out!
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