While Cullen is taking care of things in Portland for Rose City Comic Con, John and Jerry sit down for our weekly comic chat. And this week, we talk about it all. New books, old books, print books, digital books. Plus some TV and Con talk.
We have two Kickstarters going on by friends of the show, and we would love you to take a look and consider supporting the projects:
- Cat & Mouse #2 from Silverline Comics. Roland Mann and his team is back with the follow-up issue to last year’s Kickstarter. Check out the interview we did for the first Kickstarter with WCPEver Episode 204.
- Demons in the Darkness is a look at school bullying told as a horror comic. Creator David Doub has crafted a story set in 1990s Texas, and mixed together a fantasy story using real-life experiences from his days in high school.
For our Pick 3 this week, we had Cullen provide his selection in advance. So we turned things around this week, with Jerry guessing John’s pick and John guessing Jerry’s pick. So you got to ask yourself, how well do these guys know each other’s reading habits?
John got a chance to watch episode 1 of the second season of Titans on the DC Universe app. He has a lot of thoughts to share on this episode, so get comfortable. We also talk about the “new” releases on the Marvel and DC digital platforms for your reading pleasure. What could you be reading this week that came out six or twelve months ago?
This is your final reminder! Cullen can be found at Rose City Comic Con this weekend. He will be at booth 1003, a.k.a. the Hero Initiative booth, with special guests Ryan Sook and Liam Sharp.
We would love to hear your comments on the show. Let us know what you’ve been reading or watching this week. Contact us on our website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or by email. We want to hear from you! As always, we are the Worst. Comic. Podcast. EVER! and we hope you enjoy the show.
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