Posted by: Jeff Lester on December 6, 2011
Tags: Batman, Bozos, Breakworld, Carrier IQ, Celestia, David Kraft, Defenders, Dollar Bill, Dr. Strange, Essentials, Frank Robbins, Graeme, Guardians of the Galaxy, Howard the Duck, Irv Novick, Jeff, Keith Giffen, Kieron Gillen, Klaus Janson, Oglaf, Phonogram, Sal Buscema, Scorpio, Steve Gerber, The Spook, Vince Colletta, Wait What?, we are not good at homework, X-Men
Yup, and so we are back with Wait, What? which some of you might remember from the days of antiquity as a thing like unto a radio play, enacted by Mr. Graeme McMillan and myself for the amusement of listeners.
Episode 65 was supposed to be a piercing search by the two of us for the more-than-two-of-you for the secrets to the considerable success of one Steve Gerber and his run on a Marvel series from the ’70s popularly known as The Defenders. I would like to say we were successful but, um, well, you will hear for yourselves.
We do discuss it, mind you, but alas we also discuss Carrier IQ for the first batch of minutes, a big pile of books by Kieron Gillen, Batman #252 from nineteen-seventy-something-or-0ther, and the first collected volume of the amazingly filthy and brilliant webcomic Oglaf.
And yeah, something-something-Steve-Gerber-something.
Badoon Brothers and errant Headman may have encountered us already on iTunes, but you are also invited to listen to us here, should that be your kind of thing:
Part 2 of 2 is right around the corner! As always, we hope you enjoy.