Saturday, August 17, 2013

Episode 4 - If Music Be the Food of Love, Play On. With Zombies.

No Reviews, Just Analysis.

Three books from August 14, 2013 plus Nerd Confessions PLUS Grief Counseling. What's that, you ask? A new segment? (Also known as a sick joke at Andrea's expense.)

A reminder: we are getting some fantastic Nerd Confessions! It's pretty much first come, first serve, so if you didn't hear yours the week you called in, it'll be on the show the following week. Feel free to call again to leave another confession out of spite. Details in the sidebar, and archives above.

Thanks as always for listening to the show. If you have any suggestions or feedback, hit us up below or on Twitter, or you can email us at: show@comicstherapy.com

Show Notes:
Theme of the show was going to be perception, but Aaron trumped that with some shit about the universal stories of humanity. And zombies.

Mind the Gap #12 (14:30)
What is real, anyway? And how much musical theater can you cram into a comic book before people start to notice? Aaron thinks this is a soap opera, Andrea thinks it's a mystery. They both agree it's a lot different reading it in trade vs. month to month. Which leads us to...

Infinity #1 (31:32)
Aaron is a Hickman fanboy. Period.

For Galador. #neverforget (45:22)

The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys #3 (55:32)
Dystopian fiction by way of My Chemical Romance music videos. Seriously. Watch them below. Do your homework. And then ponder your place in the world as a whole.


Grief Counseling - The Walking Dead Vol. 1, #1-6 (1:09:20)
Each week, Andrea is going to face her fears by reading a volume of The Walking Dead. This can only end poorly.

In the first ever segment of Grief Counseling, Aaron tries to promote the notion that TWD is metaphorical. All Andrea sees are zombies. It's riveting.

Thanks again, kids. Leave us a message with your #nerdconfessions and let us know what you think about the show. Until next week...



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