365 Days of Cerebus continues with issue 3, which introduces the character of Red Sophia, a parody of…well, you figure it out.
Travis takes a look at The Imago Sequence and Other Stories by Laird Barron, who writes weird fiction in the vein of Lovecraft.
UK publisher Panini churned out a bunch of modern digest-sized reprint books that collect a wonderful quantity and variety of Marvel comics, mainly from the 1960s through the 1980s.
Tony Stark’s father went from a one-panel throwaway character to a legend in his own right.
Continuing 365 Days of Cerebus with a look at issue 2 of Cerebus, where Cerebus goes after another shiny bauble and doesn’t really get it.
Travis talks about the Saturday Night Live episode hosted by Tiffany Haddish. He’d never heard of her before but is now going to seek out her work.
Travis continues discussing Cerebus by looking at the first issue, and examining the work of young Dave Sim in this introductory issue.