Comic News Insider Episode 755 – Grande MoCCA Prep!

Comic News Insider: Episode 755 is now available for free download! Click on the link or get it through iTunes! Sponsored by Dynamic Forces.

Reviews: Anno Dracula #1, Helena Crash #1, Iron Fist Vol 5 #1, Magdalena Vol 4 #1

Jon Hoche is back in the co-host chair! He and Jimmy discuss the Justice League and Spider-Man: Homecoming trailers, The Flash musical  episode, and this weekend’s MoCCA Festival. They are off to a Gotham press event directly after so the episode goes quite briskly! News includes: The Pro is getting a live action adaptation, Mighty Mouse is getting a new comic book series, Silver Sable/Black Cat will team up for a Spider-verse movie, Greg Pak is writing his first prose novel based on his Planet Hulk storyline, Disney CEO Bob Iger suggest that Han Solo may not be the character’s real name, Marvel’s Generations comic series will pair up old and new heroes and more! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us!

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Comics Alternative, Episode 232: Reviews of The Facts of Life, Black and White Diary Comics, and Anno Dracula #1

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An Edna Garrett-free Episode

For this week’s show, Andy and Derek look at two examples of life writing and one Dracula-infused alternate history. They begin with Paula Knight’s The Facts of Life, one of the latest in the Pennsylvania State University Press’ Graphic Medicine series. This is the story of Knight and her partner’s attempts to get pregnant, but more significantly, it’s a personal account of the contexts and societal expectations surrounding motherhood. After that they look at Sara Lautman’s Black and White Diary Comics, December 2016 – February 2017 (Birdcage Bottom Books), a collection of black-and-white strips that episodically chronicles the artist’s life over the past few months. Finally, the Two Guys wrap up with with Anno Dracula #1 (Titan Comics), the next installment in Kim Newman’s series of novels…this one in comics form. With art by Paul McCaffrey, this first miniseries, subtitled “1895: Seven Days in Mayhem,” could stand as a solid introduction to Newman’s vampiric storyworld.