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The big battle in the first arc may be over but there's still others to deal with. There's also another threat from the past brewing as well.
Peter Parker is back! (Not from the dead, but we get an ASM story again!)
Barry Allen makes his debut!
Darick Robertson joins us to talk about The Boys, Conan, Watchmen and other comics.
Yet, another great podcast.
Dang time zones meant I was sleeping by the time this went out, live streams are fun.
I do not agree at all that Alan Moore is the best writer at all. Darick seems like a cool guy.
Great podcast! Tuned in at 2 am last night GMT and wish I could have stayed longer. Love the live streams when I can see them. Really have to start reading The Boy's, going to pick it up after I finish Preacher!
"Bad Taste" is the first Peter Jackson film I was trying to think of!
" "Bad Taste" is the first Peter Jackson film I was trying to think of! "
I can understand what Sara is saying though. Batman was written to have sequals. He has a still ongoing comic series that has lasted several stories and several issues and several storylines with a whole world of characters. But Watchmen was written by Alan Moore to be a one story graphic novel. I actually think he would be angry to have a prequel or sequel be written based on his own characters. It was written to tell the story and to end there and be done with it. He actually didn't even want a movie from what I have heard. But I did like some of the ideas, Dr. Manhattan bringing back Rorschach, because then you could have Rorschach dealing in his own way with being brought back from the dead by a super being. How would he deal with it? How would it effect his cause and how would he in turn effect the world now? Plus, if it did fail it wouldn't detract from the comic, like a failed sequel would do to the movie.
I know this podcast is over two years old now but...Sumeria fictitous? It was the first civilization in the world! They invented writing, agriculture and irrigation, among other things.
And FYI, its capital was Babylon (modern day Baghdad); its boundaries were roughly coterminous with modern Iraq. It's not located anywhere near Kazakhstan.
Use your keyboard!
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