Comic News Insider Episode 820 – Runaway with CNI!

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Reviews: Betty & Veronica Vixens #1, Doctor Radar #1, Doomsday Clock #1, Big Hero Six animated series, Runaways, Teen Titans Go! 200th episode

Jimmy had to fly solo in this episode so he reached out to some of his CNI crew/friends to get some quick audio reviews. Big ups to Producer Joe, Marta, Heidi and Tony! News includes: Lennie James will crossover from The Walking Dead to Fear the Walking Dead, the contracts for the cinematic Avengers is ending soon, a live Daphne and Velma movie is coming and more!  Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us!

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Comics Alternative, Euro Comics: Reviews of I Am Legion and Tyler Cross: Black Rock

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For the October Euro Comics episode, Edward and Derek look at two works written by Fabien Nury. They begin with I Am Legion, recently out from Humanoids and featuring the art of John Cassaday. The story takes place in 1942, and the Nazis are experimenting with a force that could spell the quick end of the war. But this isn’t just any military operation. It’s one infused with vampiric lore. The guys explore this supernatural, gothic take on the Second World War, discussing along the way the faint presence of the Holocaust as well as the continued fertile ground of Nazi Germany as a narrative bedrock for European albums.

Next, they look at another work by Nury, this one illustrated by Brüno. Tyler Cross: Black Rock was originally published by Dargaud in 2013 but offered last year digitally in an English translation from Europe Comics. In terms of of both genre and art, this book is strikingly different from the first one Edward and Derek discuss. Tyler Cross is a gritty crime noir narrative set in the American Southwest, with Brüno’s stylized illustrations bringing out its bleak and violent tone. Set alongside Cassaday’s realistic art, the book demonstrates the versatility of Nury’s collaborative storytelling abilities. The guys also allude to the second book in this series, Tyler Cross: Angola, and speculate on future installments.

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