Saturday, September 27, 2014

Episode 60 - You're A Lot Like Me. (I'm Sorry.)

Comics Therapy. No Reviews. Just Analysis.

Three comics from September 24, 2014. Plus Second Opinions, featuring questions answered by a different listener each week, with Chase Magnett.

Show Notes:
This week's theme is parents and children: re-introductions. As we grow older, we usually lose that close parental bond, if we had it at all, as parents and children interact more and more within the context of their broader family and communities. Sometimes that shift happens prematurely, even violently. Sometimes it happens before one or both sides is ready to let go. So when we have a chance to sit down with mom or dad again, we have to rediscover who they are and what they mean to us. The characters in this week’s comics are cast adrift, physically separated from others and forced to re-introduce themselves as a family again. To address past misconceptions and miscommunications. And to decide if they’re going to work together or fall apart.

Low #3 18:05
Faith of the mothers.

Sins of the fathers.

Cyclops #5 39:00
Bounty (hunters) of the fathers.

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This week's intro: Ben Folds - Still Fighting It:

This weeks' outro: Harry Chapin - Cats In The Cradle:

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