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On this episode, your comic book team talks about Good Riddance: An Illustrated Memoir of Divorce, by Cynthia Copeland. And that's it! That's the only thing they talk about! I forget to edit the end. It's just gonna trail off, really weirdly. ENJOY!
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Gregory Joseph |
2013.05.25 at 19:13
The combination of angles that you guys explore the work from here were really interesting! One book episodes are awesome.
2013.05.26 at 01:04
Best discussion you've had in months. On my list for potential best comics criticism of 2013. Thanks a lot for this.
James Sommerville |
2013.05.26 at 07:53
ONE DOLLAR, BOB.
Sean Witzke |
2013.05.26 at 09:05
Way to undercut the contestant's row you bastard. I hate when people do that. Bad roast Mr. Witzke, bad roast.
James Sommerville |
2013.05.26 at 09:44
A really rich episode! It's intriguing that the commercially viable end product of confessional autobio comics is this kind of thing, but not that surprising or disappointing in hindsight. . I haven't seen the product in question, and now I don't want to-it might spoil this episode for me, like revealing how the magician does the trick.
I suppose Lynn Johnston should do a divorce confessional next, but I'm really hoping and praying for Sandra Boynton to do a tell-all. When are you guys going to do a 'cast on her Chocolate: A Consuming Passion? It's evergreen.
I'm going with 416 cries.
2013.05.29 at 23:42
I'm kind of shocked Johnston never jumped on board the bookstore graphic novel boom in the '00s... she's almost the ideal figure for that kind of scene. But maybe it never pleased her...
Joe McCulloch |
2013.05.30 at 02:04
I AM TOTALLY DOWN FOR AN ALL SANDRA BOYNTON EPISODE.
Chris Mautner |
2013.05.30 at 20:36
Nice job! I'm none too pithy right now, so I'll keep it essentially that simple. I appreciated the maturity you all brought to this discussion, and I even found a couple things that were downright thought-provoking (esp. Tucker's dissection of why Cynthia Copeland had trouble driving a car). Again, nice work!
2013.06.19 at 11:09
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