In this episode Paul and Jay bring an in depth discussion of Jeff Lemire’s Essex County Collected Edition to the table. Come listen as they attempt to unpack this graphic tour-de-force of family, alienation and redemption. And how the heck did Lord of the Rings come up?
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In the tenth episode of Comics In Black and White, Paul is again joined by the inimitable Jay Loving, founder of Bald Texans for Comics, and first-time guest Garrett Spellman, founder of the Comics For Garrett Foundation, to discuss the comic widely considered to be a seminal masterpiece, Punk Rock Jesus, written and drawn by Sean Murphy.
There isn’t any Usagi discussion in this episode but there is always hope for the future!
Beware of spoilers folks because CBW is about to go all punk on your … ears!!!
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No cloned religious figures were harmed in the production of this episode.
In the ninth episode of Comics In Black and White, Paul is again joined by the great Dennis Chandler to discuss writer Kazuo Koike and artist Goseki Kojima’s Lone Wolf and Cub. And of course there’s some discussion of Usagi Yojimbo. So buckle up and sharpen your sword because this one gets bloody!
Be sure to stick around after the end for a little CBW After Dark!
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Paul is joined by recurring co-host Dennis Chandler for this episode to discuss Drew Hayes' Poison Elves from Mulehide Graphics/Sirius/Ape Entertainment. What sets this book apart and why did they pick this book for the podcast? Listen in and find out!
What happens when two TMNT fanatics sit down to talk? Find out in this episode when Paul (@whospaul) is joined by Zach Bowden (@edsnotecomics). The two go way back to the 80s for this episode and cover all kinds of Turtle Power greatness. Plus, Fugitoid!!!
You think you know something about the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles? Wrong! But don’t worry, after this podcast you will be well on your way to TMNT enlightenment. So sit back and enjoy the seventh episode of Comics in Black and White.
In this episode, Paul is joined by Jay Loving to discuss Maggie the Mechanic, volume one of Jaime Hernandez' contribution to Love and Rockets. This episode also marks Michael Sparkman's debut as the podcast producer extraordinaire for CBW.