Episode 44 – Y: The Last Man & Cows

Russ complains about raising a Boy Scout, volunteering to stand near a corn maze for hours, Justin’s harrowing tale of walking through Chicago with a belly full of deep dish pizza, we read books, a good comic book letterer is like a good bassist, sometimes Justin trips over his own nerdery, how to count cards, how to do a great adaptation, cover art vs. panel art, to reveal or not to reveal, please make a good Y tv show, Stranger Things 2 was great and you should watch it, Russ offends anime fans, Justin hates Cows (the book, not the animal), Russ is fascinated by the world, Cows could be a messed up claymation movie, Russ got a personal response from the Cows author Matthew Stokoe

Next week: Halloween II (1981 & 2009)

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