Recorded on February 28, 2010.
No time for show notes. We review Jeff Parker’s Spider-Man 1602 with art by Ramon Rosanas.
Episode 67: Spider-Man 1602
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Episode 67 / Time – 80:16 min. / File Size – 37mb
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Boner’s death really fucked with me. As far as deaths of people I didn’t actually know, the only one that was on par was Johnny Cash. I think his last line on Growing Pains was “I’m choosing my future before my future chooses me.” I think part of why it messed with me is that from everything that was said in the articles I read it seems clear that his “self deliverance” was done as responsibly as possible. I feel sure he read Final Exit & everything, but then his method of deliverance wasn’t pills & a plastic bag.
As I mentioned to you on Tuesday, I should really be more thoughtful about what I put on the internet.
Brian – There’s been an episode of Never Not Funny since Andrew died, and it’s a little disconcerting listening to it, knowing that he picked and trained his own replacement to run the video on the show before he went to Canada. I think the only time a celebrity death affected me other than this was Kurt Cobain.
Joe – You’re probably right, but at least you don’t have a podcast.