Tag: indie comics

Episode 39: My Inner Bimbo

Recorded on August 9, 2009. It’s my berfday. Here’s my present to you. I’m sorry. This week on a confounded episode of Gutter Trash, Jason and I review Sam Keith’s mindboggling experiment, My Inner Bimbo. Jason regales us with a tale of danger, excitement, ex-cons, Kool-Aid, air-conditioning and cell phones. And when that falls flat, …

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Episode 37: Second Thoughts

Recorded on July 16, 2009. Rosebud was a sled! On the worst and most disgusting episode ever, Jason and I awkwardly and poorly review Niklas Asker’s debut graphic novel Second Thoughts. Warning: Spoilers abound, because everything Jason touches is ruined. Thanks, Jason! Seriously, Niklas Asker couldn’t have asked for a worst podcast to review his …

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Episode 30: Incredible Change-Bots

Recorded on May 24, 2009. Pchew! Pchew! Pchew! This week on a Memorial episode of Gutter Trash, we review Jeffrey Brown’s nostalgic parody/homage graphic novel, Incredible Change-Bots. We also incredible change the topic to discuss autobiographical comics, something I personally dislike and Jason loves more than anything else in the world. Episode 30: Incredible Change-Bots …

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Episode 24: Hack/Slash

Recorded on March 29, 2009. This week on a disappointed and disappointing episode, the guys review Hack/Slash, the humorous horror comic from writer Tim Seeley and Devil’s Due. Eric and Jason also discuss memorable tales of vomit, children’s cereal, pies and video games. They also wonder about The Three Stooges’ tax returns and if Final …

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Episode 20: Teenagers From Mars

Recorded on March 01, 2009. And we don’t care. This week on an episode that wishes it were part of the Comic Book Liberation Army, Jason and Eric discuss Rick Spears and Rob G.’s cult classic comic Teenagers From Mars. In addition to the usual rambly blah blah blah, the boys discuss Mike Diana and …

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