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Scotch & Comics Episode 27: Just Like Falling Off A Bike

Falling Off A Bike

It’s me, Devin.

Welcome back to Scotch & Comics! It’s me, Devin R Bruce, coming to you with the first episode in…over two years? Really? It feels like shorter than that. So join me as I kick the tires and take this old podcast out for a spin.

In this episode I talk about a lot of different comic books, including: Jonah Hex: Riders of the Worm and Such from DC/Vertigo; Goodnight Paradise from TKO Studios; We Stand On Guard from Image; Dork from Dark Horse; Hex Wives from DC/Vertigo; and Three Fingers from Top Shelf.¬†Which book made me surprisingly angsty and depressed? Which book explains the real reason for the death of Marilyn Monroe? Which book had an unexpected appearance by a late nineteenth-century giant of English literature? All these questions will be answered, and more. Plus: the debut of a new segment (which is also the first segment)! It’s a bold, strange new era for Scotch & Comics. Thanks for being here.

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Additional Notes:

Featured Music:

  • “San Ber’dino” by Frank Zappa & The Mothers of Invention
  • “The Kids Are All Right” by The Who
  • “The Hideout” by Sarah Harmer
  • “Chew” by Jello Biafra & NoMeansNo
  • “Memories of You” by Charles Mingus
  • “Chariots of the Gods” by Duck Sauce.
  • and of course, the opening and closing theme is “The Graveyard Shift” by NoMeansNo

Opening and closing theme is “The Graveyard Shift” by NoMeansNo. Album art by Brandon Schatz.