Famous Firsts

Famous Firsts #1 – Gillen/Aaron

In which two guys introduce a new segment where we review two authors first work’s. Complete with appropriate theme music. Enjoy.

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Famous Firsts #2 – Fraction/Hickman

Continuing the Famous Firsts love with this month’s authors, Matt Fraction and Jonathan Hickman.

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Famous Firsts #3 – Ellis/Brubaker

Part three in our monthly series of  looking back at two writers first works. This month’s authors, Warren Ellis and Ed Brubaker.

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Famous Firsts #4 – Morrison/Bendis

As part of our fourth Famous Firsts, we tackle two of the most prolific writers in the comics industry, Grant Morrison and Brian Michael Bendis.

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Famous Firsts #5 – Millar/Gaiman

Famous Firsts #5 – It’s free, it’s comic-related, and it’s 47x more entertaining than an issue of William Shatner Presents. Guaranteed.

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Famous Firsts #6 -Brian K. Vaughn

New format: One writer. Three voices. Jesse joins Art and Freddie  to discuss Brian K. Vaughn’s seminal work.

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Famous Firsts #7 – Greg Rucka

We’re back, and just in time, too, for this month we discuss Greg Rucka’s grand opus in graphic novels. Whiteout.

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Famous Firsts #8 – Joe Hill

Art and Freddie discuss Joe Hill’s unique horror comic, Locke and Key. Looking for something with a spooky atmosphere, intriguing characters, and fantastic artwork? If so, this is the book for you.

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Famous Firsts #9 – Brian Azzarello

While Jonny Double isn’t the first comic that Brian Azzarello ever wrote, it is his first collaboration with Eduardo Risso. Listen to find out all about the book, then, track down a copy of the book to witness the beginning of a beautiful friendship.

We’re back, and just in time, too, for this month we discuss Greg Rucka’s grand opus in graphic novels. Whiteout.

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