SILENCE! #244

January 17th, 2018

 

BUT DON’T DESPAIR, THIS DAY WILL BE THEIR DAMNEDEST DAY

Nah, nah. Nope. Nu-uh. No way. Noooooooo sirreeeee. Nup. No-ew. Nein, Not in the slightest. No thanks. Nup.

Not feeling this blurb today.

No.

<ITEM> It’s a magical week boys and girls! A special week. A SILENCE! week! And Gary Lactus & The Beast Must Die are here to build a city of comics for you to all live in.

<ITEM> Look I’m not even going to mess around – this is some seriously digressive ish. I mean…do these boys really think that this is anyway to run a podcast? Oh well – once more unto the breach…

<ITEM> Some cursory sponsorship, some in-depth discussion of Jamie Oliver and Sunday Brunch, and a bit of Dadmin. Then The Beast ushers in another ker-lassic episode of SILENCE!…Because the Film Has Started talking about Coherence, The Autopsy of Jane Doe and Kong of Skull Island.

<ITEM> Dragging their heels, the sadsack pair find themselves in the snowy wastes of the Anti-Reviewniverse! Then normal service resumes and they hit the Reviewniverse. ‘Discussed’ are Sooner or Later, Deadline, Jamie Hewlett, Nick Abadzis’ Dream Logic, Skidmarks by Ilya, Tundra, Tales From The Hyperverse, Hastings, Mister Miracle, 2000AD Christmas special, and somehow more.

Jeez that’ll do won’t it?

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This edition of SILENCE! is proudly sponsored by the greatest comics shop on the planet, DAVE’S COMICS of Brighton. It’s also sponsored the greatest comics shop on the planet GOSH! Comics of London.

4 Responses to “SILENCE! #244”

  1. Paul Jon Thrillin' Says:

    I like the Anti-Reviewniverse, it is relevant to my life.

    Also the bit about Gary’s old flat and the general feelings of being a youth in desperate times was evocative and nostalgic and made me quite maudlin on my wander in the snow. In a good way, though.

    A goode podde

  2. Winty Says:

    Happy New Year!

    An Ed Hillyer collection is long overdue. Come on Breakdown Press, get on it!

    I also enjoyed Gary’s reminiscences. There’s a comic there waiting to be made.

  3. Winty Says:

    P.S. I miss Bobsy.

  4. Gary Lactus Says:

    He’ll be on soon, when he’s read some comics. Personally I’d like to hear his take on Doomsday Clock.

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