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WTC 183: CCEE 2017 Recap

It’s the official We Talk Comics recap of one if North America largest conventions, the Calgary Comic & Entertainment  Expo 2017. Brett, Mo and Keith, that’s right KEITH makes a guest return, to give you all the inside stories of interacting with Steve Lieber,  Tomm Coker, Dave Dorman and more including a whole ton  of […]
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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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Four for a Dollar – New Universe pt 4: Everything Comes Back

The New Universe was over. But there was still some nostalgia left. After DP7 ended, Mark Gruenwald moved on to Quasar. In #31, Gruenwald had Quasar get blasted completely out of the multiverse into the world of the New Universe. Revisiting a few of the characters from the end of DP7, Quasar is stranded with […]
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Four for a Dollar – New Universe Pt 3: New Format, Old Problems

John Byrne took over writing and pencilling Starbrand at #11 and switched that book to a bi-monthly schedule. In Starbrand #12 we finally learned the secret of the White Event that kicked off the New Universe, and then we saw what became known as the Black Event. Ken Connell, keeper of the Starbrand, discovers that […]
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Four for a Dollar – New Universe Pt 2 of 4: Expect the Unexpected

In a world suddenly populated by paranormals, the New Universe was an unpredictable place. Even the reader had trouble finding their footing sometimes. A couple of the titles did not seem to keep the party line of a world like ours, and others had nothing to do with paranormals at all. The highest concentration of […]
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We Talk Comics – House of Mystery Topics

We Talk Comics is bringing geeky back with our latest show House of Mystery Topics with myself Mo, Brett, Keith, & Chris. This show’s concept is simple, each of the 4 of us brought 2 topics we wanted to talk about and didn’t tell the others what they would be. No research, no notes, and […]
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