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Why I Love Comics #149 Character Studies and Cosmic Rods


On this episode of the podcast, Eric and Jeremy sit down and talk about collecting Starman issues versus reading digitally, the better material of the new 52, Brian Michael Bendis strongest work,some New York Comic Con planning,  whether or not Marvel will ever reboot and just so much more!

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Duration: 5077 seconds
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Originally Published at Why I Love Comics http://lovecomics.libsyn.com/why-i-love-comics-149-character-studies-and-cosmic-rods


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About the Author - Eric Ratcliffe


Eric Ratcliffe is the host of The Why I Love Comics podcast, as well as the writer of the long running and award winning webcomic New Comic Day! When not interviewing the biggest names in geek culture, Eric writes the occasional column about something he is enjoying or informing people about webseries, podcasts, gadgets or many other cool things. You can also find Eric on Email/twitter/facebook/youtube/steam/x-box live and many other social media avenues on the internet. 

 


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