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Issue #106: The Sandman Overture Discussion | Comic Book Podcast | Talking Comics

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We’re joined by contributors, Melissa Megan (@LissaPunch on Twitter) and Sean Lamont (@AvatarOfLoki on Twitter) on this week’s show to discuss the Neil Gaiman and J.H. Williams III’ series, The Sandman: Overture. Whether you are new to the series, an old hand, or someone just thinking about jumping in we’ve got you covered!

We also talk about some of the big news of the week, answer some of your questions and of course, we tell you about some of our favourite books of the week which include: Children of the Sea, Chew, Alex + Ada, Drumhellar, Hellboy: The Midnight Circus, Superior Spider-Man, Saga, Guardians of the Galaxy, X-Men: Battle of the Atom, Infinity, Batgirl and more.

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One Response

  1. Bob Reyer

    Gentle Readers and/or Listeners,

    “It had been a dark and stormy night, with far too little sleep. I awoke in a cold sweat at 5:13 AM, with the name “Bernard Baily” screaming into my still-clearing mind from the depths of my unconscious. Of course he was the creator of Hourman! How could I have been so blind that I couldn’t see it!”

    (Excerpt from “This Artist for Hire”, an unpublished novel by Graham Greene)

    Not really,
    Bob
    ps) I’d also like to apologize to Jersey City, New Jersey: I was only kidding! You have a lovely community, but a cheap joke beckoned, and I couldn’t resist! rrr

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