This past weekend saw some of this blog's favorite individuals in attendance at the Brooklyn Comics and Graphics Festival, a trip that included a stopover at the fabled 2nd Avenue Warehouse (also known as Koch's place). Following the purchasing of comics, two of the individuals--Matthew Seneca and Joseph McCulloch--hung around for an improptu discussion regarding both locations, the comics they contained, Jerry Sandusky, the thing Tucker thought was crazy racist but turned out to be a practiced work of satire (which is something you can hear Joe figure out the second he opens the comic), and various other sundries.
Q: Are you sorry about that?
Q: Do you think this makes up for the woeful lack of interesting content over the last...jesus, the whole year! You basically did nothing!
A: I know, I know, but December should be a great month. For stuff!
Q: Fine, where is the stupid thing?
A: It's after the break.
Q: Is it crazy long?
A: It's about 90 minutes.