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Wait, What? More Wait, What?? Already?

Graeme McMillan

What’s that, you say? You’d like even more Wait, What? Well, you’re in luck. In an, I’m sure, never to be repeated turn of events, here’s the first part (of two) of the conversation Jeff and I had last Wednesday, talking about Jack Kirby, the Amish, and not quite getting around to Darwyn Cooke’s The Man With The Getaway Face. Yes, we managed to turn around an hour-long podcast in less than a week. This will likely never, ever happen again, so just take what you can get and like it.

(Part two, we hope, at some point this week. We finally get around to Darwyn Cooke in that one.)

(Also: Unless technology has decided to stab me in the back, there should be a little icon beside the “the first part” up there that’ll let you listen to said podcast right now as part of this here post.)

4 Responses to “ Wait, What? More Wait, What?? Already? ”


  2. Beaton reminds me of Quentin Blake, as well. Maybe even Ronald Searle, a little (had to look that up, sadly). I wouldn’t say there’s a “Britishness” or anything, because I’m also reminded of Brad Neely, for some reason.

    This whole *waves hands* comics thing is so utterly shot through with blindspots, on and from every angle that it is not even funny. God, what was it – The Smurfs! – I saw an article about the Smurfs the other day – John Oliver playing Vanity Smurf in the movie, of course – and I think it might have been the first time that I saw a European comic described as a “graphic novel” – maybe it was Tintin… – on the BBC.

    Which is one sentence, apparently. I need a cup of tea.


  3. I could listen to you guys unpack Kirby’s Fourth World all day. Well, obviously I couldn’t but I would. I just read it all myself and that there is Comics writ large. I don’t know if Morrison is “not getting” The King’s intentions so much as changing it up for The Now. Simonson’s too rich for Mr. Lester’s palate, eh? Shame, I find it’s good stuff.

    Say Mr. McMillan – R M Guera’s body language skills in Scalped are pretty darn neat. He does go to town on the layouts though. Alan Moore? On board for anything he does but I rarely feel terribly engaged by his new stuff but I’m really looking forward to his novel. The musical, not so much.

    Thanks again for the listening.

  4. When it comes to people doing Kirby, Kirby = Simonson > Morrison. Graeme’s absolutely right about Orion. DC should’ve been collected that series in full.

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