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Wait, What? Ep. 60: Two Weeks. Notice.

Jeff Lester


Hello! I must be going.

I have several days off in a row and I’m going to make the most of them with reading and watching stuff on Netflix and looking at comic books. So there will be a two week hiatus of good ol’ Wait, What? But I imagine we will back before you know it (Graeme already pointed out the last issue of Fear Itself will probably come out during that time. Will I really be able to resist shooting my mouth off about it after six issues of whining?).

And in the meantime: Episode 60! It’s an hour and forty-five mins. of Mr. McMillan and me, talking Marvel’s new digital incentive announcement, September’s sales numbers, Apple, Steve Jobs, and Occupy Wall Street.

And for those of you who don’t get rely on us for your knowledge of current events, we also talk comics: the second issues of OMAC and Action Comics, X-Men Schism, a very brief chat about the latest issue of Casanova, Love & Rockets Book 4, the winner of our first contest, the announcement of our second contest, and much, much more.

The auditory epic should be lying in wait on iTunes, but you can also find it loitering about at this very site, willing to bend your hour for a minute or two:

Wait, What? Ep. 60: Two Weeks. Notice.

As always, we hope you enjoy and thanks for listening! See you in a fortnight!


7 Responses to “ Wait, What? Ep. 60: Two Weeks. Notice. ”

  1. Omactivate!

    I don’t know if it’s my browser but your post is halfway down the page. How can people miss you if they can’t find you to say fare thee well! Ignore this if it is just my browser. Have a magical break you two honey tongued guys.

  2. It is not your browser–it is my stupid clumsy hands! I set the publishing date for October 1, not October 11 and so…confusion!

    Thanks for pointing it out, John!

  3. I liked the first three issues of X-Men Schism. It looked promising. The last two issues negated the goodness I saw in the first three, thereby making the overall venture a failure. Why can’t event comic book writers ever deliver the third act? I’m looking at you Flashpoint, Secret Invasion, Civil War, etc. I don’t expect Fraction to deliver the third act of Fear Itself, especially in light of the fact that he hasn’t successfully delivered the first and second acts.

  4. Forgot to include this link to an online website of all kinds of laugh tracks, including crowd laughing and Sean Connery’s laugh. Check it out.


  5. Guys, you can already get Watchmen for $10 on Amazon, on paper. Which of course was already killing LCSs.

  6. A Mick Hucknall’s Pink Pancakes reference, and delivered by way of the mighty Al Ewing to boot? I am delighted.

  7. For what it is worth, my 10-year old really likes Snarked.

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