Feed It Comics #84 | Unite the Three

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The trinity has united!! Professor Ryefleur finds his way back to the order of caretakers, and is proud to once again directly be serving the master. Father Shepherd has also returned from his tedious medical studies. It can not be understated how momentous this occasion is.

This episode the boys talk about the (now obsolete) unsubstantiated rumor that Channing Tatum quit Gambit, Jena Melone’s unconfirmed role in Batman V Superman, James Robinson’s mental breakdown via Airboy, a little more about Ant-Man, Hugh Jackman seeks fan advice, a bunch of other news items and some comic talk before finally launching into the long overdue fanquisition segment where they address fan questions and comments!

To submit FANQUISITION topics for our weekly panel to address, submit via twitter with #FICquiz, comment on the episode page (recommended) or email feeditcomics@gmail.com. You will be entered to win seriously cool comics.

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About Bradley Timm

We are the Caretakers: those responsible for the ritual feeding of an old, nameless god-beast that lurks in the hollows of the earth. We do this to keep it calm, lest it rise in anger to destroy us. These days, it prefers the taste of comic books, we know not why. Its demonic metabolism will only process the finest art and narratives, and it is up to us to determine which titles are worthy of depositing into its million toothed maw. In preparation for such rituals we meet once a week to deliberate on the comics we have read; each member of the “Order of Caretakers” presents their choice offerings. That, and a whole bunch of wacky fun segments, because when you are charged with such, uh… Lovecraftian responsibilities, its good to exercise a measure of leisure. Before we were assimilated into this higher calling, we were merely geeks with a strong passion for this unique and timeless medium. While beholden to our master, we found it rather cathartic to make a podcast that chronicles our process. We are essentially saving the world when you think about it, but why can’t still indulge in human activities? WHY I ASK YOU??

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