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3:37 Scofflaw noun \ˈskäf-ˌlȯ\ : a contemptuous law violator
3:45 - 4:38 Ragamuffin noun \ˈra-gə-ˌmə-fən\ : a ragged often disreputable person; especially : a poorly clothed often dirty child
6:10 - 9:13 Age of Ultron #10 is a comic published by Marvel Comics, and the Tim O'Neilreview we are referring to is of the preceding nine issue written about here, by Tim O'Neil. Tim's legendary--and yes, that's the word we're using, and we're using it accurately--article on Final Crisis #7 is here.
9:13 - 12:30 Tucker's explanations of incentive discounts isn't the easiest to follow, in part because he barely remembers it himself. Basically, they make it really easy and really cheap to take chances on shitty comics, which is why shitty comics often show up near the top of the charts.
12:32 Rapscallion noun \rap-ˈskal-yən\ : rascal, ne'er-do-well
13:11 - 16:30 Tarzan: The Complete Russ Manning Newspaper Strips is published by IDW, who also publish My Little Pony and things that Steve Niles writes. In this part of the show, Chris negatively refers to Al Capp.
No more timestamps, I apologize.
2nd & Charles is a chain of stores that buys old things and then resells them, and Joe is a big fan of them. This is their website. Here's the best article you'll ever read about Jademan Wong, which Chris does well to mention.
Alternative Comics #4! It exists. Here's a review I found on Google by a guy who has the same name as somebody I went to high school with.
Here's the cover of The Death of Elijah Lovejoy.
Joe read and discussed The Extinction Parade, and the image from Crossed Badlands which Tucker speaks so highly of is on display here.
If you want to read about Malaysia, I bet you can figure out how to do that. Here, however, is a map of Legoland Malaysia.
Here is some of the plot of Gun Machine, from its Wikipedia page:
"Meanwhile the book cuts occasionally to the perspective of the former owner of the guns, a man referred to as The Hunter, a high-functioning schizophrenic who perceives New York both in its modern appearance and as it appeared before the arrival of settlers. As Tallow works on the case he begins to understand the 'trophy room' has some greater meaning to The Hunter, discovering that the guns have a connection to the people who they killed, either a reference to the make or use of the gun or even puns. He believes the guns are selected for some higher purpose, that understanding the pattern and the purpose of the construction will help him discover the killer."
Pull the other one, goofball. That's where the milk comes from.
Chris should read The Stand, right?
The Private Eye! It's available at this website.
Chuck Dixon? What did he do? We all forgot. That Haiti thing he wrote was awful though.
After that: Sonic The Hedgehog is a video game comic, as is Mega Man. Video games are a fun way to spend time. Somebody loaned me Far Cry 3 and I sort of forgot that I
The Get Along Gang was a brilliant, fucked up concept--these animal creatures were constantly struggling with "getting along"--annihilating individual differences in praise of being the same. Wanna be different? Fuck you, jerk-off! Here's an article exploring the Get-Along Gang's relationship with skateboarding.
That's it. See you next time!