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We Talk Comics Episode 117: Kick Start This – The Chairs’ Hiatus

It’s a Kickstarter spotlight as Keith and Chris sit down with cartoonist Matthew Bogart to talk about his campaign for the print edition of The Chairs’ Hiatus. “Mary and Nel were known for being close. Throughout the years the two of them zigzagged the country as the rock duo “The Chairs’” they never spent more […]
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We Talk Comics Episode 116: Out of the Iron Closet

It’s a debate-filled We Talk Comics as Keith is joined by COMICOSITY Senior Editor Matt Santori-Griffith and Comics Classroom writer Michael Hale to talk about Matt’s controversial column “I Want a Gay Iron Man.” With the up-coming character shake-ups in Avengers NOW!, Matt jokingly said on Twitter that they should have Tony Stark come out of […]
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We Talk Comics Episode 114: Defining Indie

The bad teddy bear of comics, Chris Charlton owner of Assailant Comics (@Assailantcomics) joins our regular co-hosts Chris and Keith for a discussion of the state of independent comics today. In  this day and age of small print runs, digital firsts and creator owned imprints is there a need to go through the larger companies? Along […]
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We Talk Comics Episode 112: Days of Movies Past

It’s a full show of fanboy film reviews as Keith and Chris look at the rumoured DC slate of films and what is up-coming in comic movies for the rest of 2014. To kick off the show is the News with Cub Reporter K as sponsored by Comicosity.com. DC shows off some lenticular covers and […]
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We Talk Comics Show 110 – We Talk Two-In-One

Keith and Chris handle the We Talk Comics this week and manage to have a great 90+ minutes of comic talk without properly doing news, WeViews or even a topic! Kicking off with the News as sponsored by COMICOSITY , Keith and Chris get to the important story of the day, the launch of a new title […]
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Must Read TV: Big 2 Comics = Network TV

I love Marvel & DC super-hero comics. This must be understood or nothing good can come of what I am about to say about them. I learned to read with Superman comics, have collected seriously for three decades and talk about Booster Gold far too much for anyone’s liking. Monthly super-hero comics are good. But […]
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We Talk Comics Special – Behind the Comics Pt 1: Publishing

Language warning: This episode features Joe Mulvey. In part one of our behind the scenes look at the comic industry, Keith talks to Comix Tribe publisher Tyler James and Scam writer/artist Joe Mulvey. In just over a year Comix Tribe went from mailing comics directly to retailers to have two successful Kickstarters, distribution through Diamond, […]
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900 Things Week 52: End of the Line

It’s the last day of the project and I figured I should do a final wrap up, warts and all. Because I stumbled a couple of times during the project, it made it a bit of a tough road near the end. Having given into temptation once, I found it difficult to avoid abandoning the […]
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900 Things: Under the Wire September 8, 2013

Due to popular demand from both of the readers of this blog, I am back for a couple of entries before the end of the project. Why did I drop the ball on the blog? The frustration of the project more than anything. After the initial purge, it became harder to get rid of anything […]
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900 Things: Halfway, but with an Expo hangover

 *Note: this is the lost entry of 900 Things that was written but not posted in May. I have not re-read it before posting so I honestly don’t remember why I didn’t put it up then. May 11, 2013 I got a significant amount of teasing for the Calgary Expo purchasing spree I went on. […]
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The Day Superman Came to Calgary

I caught the first few minutes of Superman 3 as I was flipping through the channels and remembered that most of the Metropolis scenes were filmed in my hometown of Calgary, Alberta. Armed with some screen grabs and a camera, I set out to find the one intersection where the first section of the film […]
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