In this episode of Comics in Black & White Paul (@whospaul) is joined by fellow podcaster and friend Ronnie (@ronbar316) to talk about the rest of Rachel Rising. This is the first ever follow up episode where the guys dive back into the series to see if the rest of the issues were just as exciting and compelling as the first that Martin and Paul already talked about. Was the ending as good as they hoped for? Did the series keep their attention? What were some of their favorite characters in the series? Haven’t finished Rachel Rising yet? If not hit the pause button until you have bc the guys go in depth into the story. Will the guys revisit it often for a reread? How does it stand up overall compared to other books they’ve read? Tune in and find out!
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Welcome back to Comics In Black and White, the podcast that aims to explore the importance of black and white comics to the comic book industry. In this episode, Paul and Martin discuss the first volume of Dave Sims' epic, Cerebus which was first published in 1977. Will the boys enjoy this classic book or will they find the aardvark to be a stinker? Listen in to find out!
It's time for another episode of Comics In Black and White, the podcast that dives deep into black and white comics and their influence on the industry. On this episode, Paul and Martin put aside talk of animals to talk about Rachel Rising by Terry Moore! We dive deep into the first two volumes and briefly discuss the third so beware of spoilers!
Welcome back to Comics In Black and White, a podcast where we discuss some of our favorite all-time black and white comics and their impact on the comic book world. This week, Paul and Martin discuss Usagi Yojimbo Book 1: The Ronine and follow up the first episode with a discussion of Bone Vol. 2. If you are reading the books along with us, or pick them up after listening to this conversation, feel free to let us know on Twitter! For next episode, we'll be discussing at least the first two volumes of Terry Moore's Rachel Rising!
Welcome to Comics In Black and White, what will become a monthly podcast discussing some of our favorite comics from the black and white comics boom of the 80s and beyond. In this episode, Paul and Martin talk about Bone Vol 1: Out From Boneville and its significance in black and white comics and why maybe you should be reading it if you haven't already. If you enjoy the show, let us know by getting in touch with us on Twitter or via email and if you want to join the conversation, pick up Usagi Yojimbo Book 1: The Ronin as we'll be discussing that on the next episode.