Monday, September 9, 2013

Episode 7 - Brand New Day

No Reviews, Just Analysis.

Three books from September 4, 2013. Grief Counseling. And a new segment, Aaron's Inner Child. Plus your Nerd Confessions throughout. Wheeeeee!

Show Notes:
Theme of the show is starting over. It's a brand new day, what are you waiting for? Everything is going to be great! 

Wait, what's that you say? It's just a new kind of terrible? Yeah, sorry about that. Our bad.

But before you perfect your wallow, here's some good news from the real world. An exciting new all-ages anthology that will burst even the most cynical gum chewer's sullen bubble. You'll hear two messages from creator Isaac Cates during the show. And a lovely email interview with Isaac is on our interview page here.

For more information about Cartozia Tales and to pledge your support, visit their Kickstarter project page.

Cartozia Tales Message 1 13:10

And now, on to the analysis.

Suicide Risk #5 15:50
Something something absolute power something something corrupts absolutely.
Or something.

Satellite Sam #3 30:20
We could talk about the comic, or we could talk about whether a new generation of young hipsters are searching for sci-fi serials from the dawn of the television age. Mostly we do the latter.

Forever Evil #1 46:00
Bad guys running amok. Heroes are dead. Does anyone care? (Spoiler alert: some do.)

Also, one of our hosts reveals his or her complete and total ignorance of the New 52. Guess who? (Spoiler alert: it's probably not Aaron.)

Cartozia Tales Message 2 60:02

Grief Counseling - The Walking Dead, Vol. 4 #19-24 60:04
Each week, Andrea faces her fears by reading a volume of The Walking Dead.

This volume pissed her off. The zombies are back, which is never a good thing. But you'll have to listen to hear the real reason why Andrea is so angry with this book. And Aaron. Always with Aaron.

And that's a wrap. Need to reach us in between shows? We're very social people. Take a look at the sidebar and pick your poison. Don't forget to call in your #nerdconfession. We never judge. (Spoiler alert: we always judge.)


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