Bringing you some of the very best hidden gems from the world of independent comics, movies and TV.
Jumping out of the gate for our 26th episode is a new slimmed down version of Comic Book Outsiders. We’re still going to be giving you the same great content (plus more bonus features) but we’re going to break it down into smaller segments delivered to your media player more often.
In this episode we start with some news including a brief recap of the Birmingham Comic Convention, discuss via a few tangents such as the release of Hulk in DVD and Blu-Ray, the new Captain America film, Fringe and a look forward to the upcoming Leeds convention.
In our Main Feature the gloves come off and we tackle the thorny Trades vs Single Issues debate.
In Challenge Scott we don’t talk about any new comics but Scott and Steve discuss in depth Hawaiian Dick, written by B. Clay Moore and brilliantly drawn by Steven Griffin.
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