Comic Culture April 24th, 2019

Every week Comic Culture hosts Chris Owen and Walter Durajlija talk the comic book talk.

So kick back, relax and enjoy this week’s Comic Culture.

Oh, and please make sure you go out and support your local comic book shop.

Comic Culture is written by Walter Durajlija and engineered by Chris Owen.

Enjoy Comic Culture’s April 24, 2019 Edition:

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Walter Durajlija
Walter Durajlija is an Overstreet Advisor and Shuster Award winner. He owns Big B Comics in Hamilton Ontario.
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2 Comments

  1. If you don’t like The Shape of Jazz To Come, listen to it again. And again. Until you like it. You will.

    I think your comment about your changed outlook on D&D is very much in the spirit of the backlash to the trolling of the guy who cried at The Rise of Skywalker trailer. People showing positive energy should be celebrated, whether they are sitting in the back of a comic store eating pizza and rolling many-sided dice to determine the fate of a dwarf, or intentionally playing a saxophone out of tune.

    I am having trouble celebrating this, but I will keep an open mind, as – hey – I take _comic books_ seriously:

    “One of the greatest joys of collecting Citadel Miniatures can be found in the modelling and painting of your collection”

    Anyway, to each his own, and the point is that Warhammer 40k is very much alive and well. I recently read one of the best-rated 40k novels by none other that Guardians’ Dan Abnett, and I probably won’t be reading many more based on that (although I think I’ll make an exception for at least the first Caiphas Cain book, which is very much in line with my admiration of Jimmy Olsen). Start here:

    https://warhammer40000.com/

  2. Birth of Cool and Kind of Blue have been on the Big B playlist for almost 2 decades, we add in some Monk and we’ve had Coleman in the mix too so I’ve listened, still prefer cool versus free but I won’t give up yet. I like that you are stepping up and sampling Chris, open mindedness is not for the feint of heart.

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