Saturday, May 17, 2014

Episode 42 - Back in Time



Comics Therapy. No Reviews. Just Analysis.

Two books from Wednesday, May 14, 2014. Plus your Nerd Confessions (about favorite time travel stories).
On The Couch: writer Joe Keatinge.

Show Notes:

This week’s theme is time travel, because why not. It’s probably the most common theoretical exercise, right? A daydream that starts at a young age and gets more and more complicated as we’re exposed to the rules and parameters of countless stories, movies, television shows and comics that use traveling through time as a catalyst, solution or problem to be solved.

Remember that time the original X-Men came to the current Marvel time line and in doing so ripped apart the entire time space continuum so it will never be the same again?! Again. (Yeeaaaah.) 

Remember that time a guy traveled through time and seemingly relived the same events over and over again but still had no idea what was going on? Again. 

The Couch - Joe Keatinge 44:00
Joe is a Harvey and Eisner-winning editor. Over the years he's also been a writer, artist, colorist and even publicist. These days, he’s probably best known for his work as a writer with Marvel Comics and Image Comics, including his new creator-owned series Shutter, with Leila DelDuca, published by Image and What If? Age of Ultron, published by Marvel. His upcoming Adventures of Superman story was recently announced by DC Comics.


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This week's intro is Huey Lewis And The News - Back In Time:



This week's outro is Cher - If I Could Turn Back Time: