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This episode we are joined by Melissa Megan from Talking Comics, Sirens of Scream and Meganerd Media. She’s the perfect guest to break town the horror and the heart that is in Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez’s Locke and Key. For our first discussion of an IDW book, there is a lot of similarities to our last episode. Not only is it terrifying in its atmosphere, it also explores the theme of fathers and sons. Together we three, like the Locke children, explore the secrets of Keyhouse, analyze the levels of terror that the creators explore and the significance of it’s symbolism. Most importantly, we discuss how we would abuse the power of the keys if we could get our hands on them and a invent a few for our own needs. Including the “You did not hear that” key and the “Cool shoes” key. Unlock the fun with us!

Locke and Key

Make sure to check in next time when we discuss Stan Sakai’s Fantagraphics-era run on Usagi Yojimbo.

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Friday (11-4-16) Stan Sakai’s Usagi Yojimbo (Fantagraphics) (The Ronin, Samurai, Wanderer’s Road, Dragon Bellow Conspiracy, Lone Goat and Kid, Cricles, Gen’s Story)

Friday (11-18-16) Geoff Johns’ Hawkman (Hawkman 1-25, JSA 56-58, Hawkman: Secret Files) 

Friday (12-2-16) Rick Remender’s Uncanny X-Force (Uncanny X-Force 1-35, 5.1, 19.1, Wolverine: Road to Hell, X- Men Spotlight)

Friday (12-16-16) Jonathan Hickman’s Secret Warriors (Mighty Avengers 13, 18, Secret Warriors 1-28, Dark Reign: The List- Secret Warriors, Siege: Secret Warriors, Dark Reign: New Nation)

Friday (12-30-16) Tsgumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata’s Death Note (Chapters 1-108)

Intro Song: “Burning Down the House” by The Talking Heads

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Twitter- @legendarypod, @johnnymattwood, @megamaramon and @LisaPunch

About The Author


Matt Wood is a high school English teacher in North Arkansas. His classroom is littered with comic book posters and notes about Hawthorne that are as difficult to decipher as they are to be interested in. Not Matt's fault though, Nathaniel Hawthorne isn't too terribly interesting to begin with. Matt is so close to getting his Masters Degree in English he can practically taste the student debt that awaits him. His priorities are in the right place though, he makes sure there isn't a day that goes by that he hasn't read a comic book. He lives with lovely wife, Mara, and a well-behave cat named Tanner next to a golf course and neighbor that will talk to you regardless of any sense of urgency you may display.

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