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Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Show #36 - September 6

Show 36 on MP3

I was sick, OK? Don't shoot me.

A short show, cohosted by the Boy Wonder, Logan!
We discuss Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow, by Alan Moore and Curt Swan
And a long look at Devin Grayson's Inheritance (and you can read Logan's review here)

BONUS SLASH: We didn't mention this in the review, but here is the filthiest line in the book: Roy (Arsenal) is having breakfast with Dick (Nightwing), and he's eating steak and eggs. He's just put a big forkful in his mouth when Dick asks him something:

Roy answered with a mouth full of meat. (p. 335)

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This podcast is sponsored by Comic Relief, the best comics store ever, and the Lincoln Heights Literary Society - Ontology On the Go!


Green Arrow: Hip metrosexual, big gay homo, or just really, really flamboyant?

3 Comments:

  • Lene - did you see this on Newsarama?

    LEA HERNANDEZ'S HOUSE BURNS: HOW YOU CAN HELP

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    Early this morning, the Texas home of award-winning writer/artist Lea Hernandez, my friend and co-creator of the graphic novel Killer Princesses, caught fire and burned. Half her house is now gone, and the rest is smoke-damaged. In addition, she lost at least six of her family’s beloved pets, two dogs and four cats. If you knew Lea, you’d know how devastating that is.

    She’s lost a great deal of her family’s possessions, including irreplaceable art. She doesn’t yet know the full accounting of what’s been lost at this time.

    Most know Lea as the brilliant creator of such works as Rumble Girls and Cathedral Child. She drew the Marvel Mangaverse Punisher book, and has drawn for Transmetropolitan, among many other accomplishments. She is also the co-founder and original editor for Girl-A-Matic, one of the most important venues for female-friendly comics created to date.

    She’s also my friend, and it’s entirely possible I wouldn’t have a career in comics if she hadn’t asked me to write Killer Princesses for her to draw.

    And finally, Lea is one of the last great firebrand hellraisers in comics.

    Lea has two (wonderful, amazing) special needs children and right now they need a place to stay and some clothes to wear. More than that, they need
    some help, and fast, in the form of donations to her paypal account. Lea’s a proud person so I’m going to ask FOR her. This is important, and a great chance to do a wonderful thing for a creator who has consistently enriched this industry we all love so much. Please, take a moment and send WHATEVER YOU CAN to Lea’s paypal account and help make this time a little bit less painful for someone who would do the same for you if the positions were reversed.

    If you’re a retailer, I ask that you set up a donations jar. If you’re a creator, I ask you to think of how devastating this would be to your career and donate what you can. If you’re a reader, I’m asking you to take a moment and hit the paypal link. You’ll be doing something heroic and you’ll feel great about it, I promise.

    Read what Lea had to post on a neighbor’s computer while wearing her pajamas at: Livejournal.com/users/divalea

    Donate (PLEASE) to her paypal account at: divalea@gmail.com

    Finally, if I understand the story correctly (as told to me by Lea’s good friend and current Girl-a-matic editor), it was Lea’s daughter hearing the smoke alarm that allowed the family to get out in time, so for God’s sake, do everyone you love a favor and CHECK YOUR SMOKE ALARMS.

    Thank you so much for helping. Really, any amount you can send will make a difference. That’s all I can say.

    Sincerely and gratefully,

    Gail Simone

    By Blogger Bruce L. Stewart, at 10:50 AM  

  • Patiently waiting for the next IRC issue #37.

    Matthew

    By Blogger Matthew Guy, at 1:55 PM  

  • Check GA out in leather, in Smallville, too. Didn't realise you were throwing in book reviews and other stuff, so I will have to download some more. Listened to a few of your early podcasts.

    I read Inheritance, and found it highly amusing.

    By Blogger Blue Tyson, at 1:18 AM  

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