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Atomika by Sal Abbinanti and Mercury Comics.
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(27:38) Speak Out
Bryan and the rest respond to the accusation that they have been Marvel bashing lately in their comparisons between DC and Marvel. We explain our position concerning Marvel and why our interest in their recent policies, hype and comic output has been lackluster at the moment.
(39:30) Special Guest
Leo McGovern recently lost all but one of his 40,000 comics to Hurricane Katrina. He talks to us briefly about the comics and trades that were sent to him by our listeners in an effort to help him rebuild his collection. Check out his magazine, Anti Gravity and check out his blog for entries on comics he has received.
(51:14) Comics Talk
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(1:17:38) Call Me
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With Sal Abbinanti, creator and artist of Mercury Comics' Atomika. Sal gives us a quick look at his comic, the difficulty in pushing independent comics, his artstyle, inspirations and more.
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