Critiquing Comics returns! Tim and Mulele dust off their neglected pile of submissions and look at Terra Kaiju, by Joe Badon and P.B. DeBerry — a comic with Japanese (and Chinese?) ideas, run through a Western filter.
It’s a special NYCC animated series interview special! Jimmy sat in on the round tables for Archer and chatted with Adam Reed, Aisha Tyler, Jessica Walter, Judy Greer, Amber Nash, and Lucky Yates. For Rick and Morty, it was Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland. China, IL brought us Brad Neely, Daniel Weidenfeld, and Brooke Hogan. Great rooms all (especially for Archer). Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love!
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Electronic publishing has made it possible for anyone, anywhere in the world, to make their work available to millions of people. Chinese graphic designer and sometime comic creator Liu Jing is one of them. He’s using modern technology to put out his comics history of one of the world’s oldest civilizations: Understanding China through Comics. Tim talks to Jing about his book, as well as Chinese comics, copyright enforcement, censorship, and more.
(Thanks to MandMX.com for their help in getting in touch with Jing!)
A Japanese girl has an altercation with a panda cub at the zoo! That’s the setup for this Asia-themed, mangaesque comic. Fresh off its successful Indiegogo crowdfunding project, Yuki vs. Panda faces its next test: a critique by Tim and Mulele! Will it survive?!
This episode proves that the more F Bombers = the more better F Bombers. Come enjoy as we relive the shit that was the halftime show of not only this year but of past super bowls. Kevin Dreams of a day where a chinese mistress will make him an eggroll as he bangs Natalie Portman in the next room. Our fan Denise offers her take on the enterprise crew with what can only be called an inspired trek e-mail (or extremely geeky, but if you think that you are listening to the wrong show. Eric Powell is a douchebag who like to generalize and doesn’t truly understand satire, or if he does he likes to use it as an excuse if too many are offended by what he has to say. Dark Shadows is fully discussed and Comics are spoken of. What comics you may ask? Well let me tell you some. Rat Catcher, Weird Worlds of DC, Mystery Society, Superboy, Grimms Fairy Tales: Myths & Legends, Spawn 201, among many more (holy shit i have a horrible memory) Enjoy!
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