Issue #166: The Terlet

This week we talk about Brents garbage beard, terlet tools and some dates.

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Flashback: There Goes The Couch

No new cast this week because I just moved to a new apartment and I don't have internet. So here is a throwback from our vault that a lot of you probably know about through references or talk on the show but this is the original story of Brent and his couch. Enjoy, Issue #37 There Goes The Couch.

This week we discuss how to ruin a couch, creepy roommates, the new watchmen and learn that strong relationships are built on honesty... and embarassment. We also found out that we are very bad at taking 'breaks' during the cast and just talked straight through them...

Original Air Date: Fri, 3 Feb 2012

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Issue #165: Lizards In Love Cast

This week we talk about lizard people and being single forever, basically the same as every week.

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Issue #164: The Lone Gunman

This week we become the lone gunman and Ryan delves deeper into the sadness that is Ryan.

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Issue #163: The Conjuring Of A Relationship

This week Brent and Ryan talk about tulpas, ghosts, bigfoot, teen moms, past relationships and where Kyle is.

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Pages and Panels #6: Johnnie Christmas and Sheltered #7


On this episode of Pages and Panels I am joined by the insanely talented artist Johnnie Christmas. Johnny came on to break down issue seven of his Image comic book, Sheltered. Sheltered is written by Ed Brisson, drawn by Johnnie and colored by Shari Chankhamma. Sheltered is the story of a group of kids who are raised in a preppers community called Safe Haven. When some of the children learn of the possibility a super volcano is about to go off they enact their plan to kill all the adults to better survive the coming storm. Sheltered is all about the characters, their interactions and motivations. Johnnie is a master of conveying both intense emotional distress on one page and brutal violence and action on the next. Johnnie breaks down issue seven in the series providing insight into pacing conversations through art, creating mood, and drawing those pesky children. Thanks so much to Johnny for taking the time to talk to us and provide really great insight into his profession. Be sure to pick up the second volume of Sheltered that collects issues 6-10 dropping July 30th which will catch you up in time for issue 11 on August 20th. In the links below I have included Johnnie's issue of Murderbook as well. Follow me on twitter @kyleoverkill for requests or suggestions for that show. Thanks and enjoy!

For more from Johnnie check out these links!

Johnnie's Twitter
Johnnie's Tumblr
Johnnie's issue of Murderbook



Issue #162: Sedimentary Log

This week we go on a journey with Dale Remington.

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Pages and Panels #5: Ryan Burton/John Bivens and Dark Engine


On this episode of Pages and Panels I am joined by our first writer and artist duo with Ryan Burton and John Bivens. Ryan and John are the creative juggernauts behind the Image comic Dark Engine which hit stores July 16th. Ryan's cryptic yet ominous writing mixed with Johns kinetic and brutal art gave readers an amazing first issue in what seems like it's going to be a great dark fantasy adventure. Ryan and John provide ample vision into their debut issue of Dark Engine. Ryan and John talk about weighting exposition, how best to murder dinosaurs, buttered coffee, and the Ghostbusters debate rages on. Thanks so much to Ryan and John for coming on and breaking down an amazing issue of Dark Engine. Please go pick up the first issue at your local shop or on comixology here and make sure to ask your shop to order issue 2 out August 20th while you are there. If you are going to be at SDCC check out Ryan signing FRIDAY, 7/25: 10 - 10:45 a.m. Ryan Burton and on the panel “IMAGE COMICS: I is for...INFINITY", Thursday, July 24 from 2 - 3 p.m. in room 23ABC.

For more from Ryan and John check out these links!

Ryan's Twitter
John's Twitter
John's Blog

Cover and Preview Pages


Pages and Panels #4: Kyle Strahm and Spread #1


This episode is all the Kyle you can handle. Pages and Panels is joined by the supremely talented Kyle Strahm breaking down his art on the very first issue of Spread. Spread #1 was an amazing first issue mixing a post apocalyptic landscape with the horror of the spread and a man, No, who has to protect a baby he happens upon named Hope from all that shit. Kyle talks about drawing the spread, babies, and horses. Kyle provides really great insight into the creation process and Spread. He also has a hot but wrong take on the Ghostbusters 1 vs 2 debate. Thanks so much to Kyle for coming on and make sure to grab Spread as well as ask for it at your LCS. Spread is also available on Comixology here.  Issue #2 drops August 6th and its fucking amazing so be sure to ask for it! Thanks as always for listening and reading a long.


Issue #161: The Dolphin Or The Long Haired Horse

This week we ask the age old question, the dolphin or the beautiful long silky flowing haired horse.

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