Comic Culture October 24th 2012

It’s another pre-Halloween themed show this week. Chris and Walt get all excited about the Justice League movie news and about the new Iron Man 3 trailer. The new DVD on on Stan Lee is discussed as is news of a Batman Lego movie. The guys also do a round up on some Halloween activity happening at local comic book shops. The Comic Culture mail bag is opened and new this week comics are discussed so sit back, relax and enjoy the Comic Culture radio show.

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Enjoy Comic Culture October 24th 2012 Edition:

 

Walter Durajlija
Walter Durajlija

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

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Scott VanderPloeg
11 years ago

Every show (I was going to say every week but there were frequent gaps over the last few months) you state “championing the local comic book shop” but how does the show actually do that, other than saying occasionally “support your local comic book shop”.

Peter K
Peter K
11 years ago

Scott -I think that all the articles and discussions on this website are encouraging excitement about and interest in comic reading, collecting and investing. And thanks for your frequent contributions. These types of websites are lifelines to the comic collecting community, educating and encouraging us to continue to enjoy the hobby and to visit our local comic book store.

Scott VanderPloeg
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11 years ago

Absolutely, you did more promotion this episode than any other. It’s that you say “champion” not support or help or promote. To champion a cause is to be at the vanguard, doing more than any other.

Peter K
Peter K
11 years ago

Walter – Regarding digital, I seem to remember one of the advisors commenting optimistically in the latest Overstreet guide. If I recall, his point of view was that digital would greatly increase the comic collecting pool, particularly among young people and young adults. From this larger new pool there would be a number that would. eventually want to have the experience of walking into a comic book shop and holding real comic book in their hands and then get hooked. The idea was that this would be a net gain. I really don’t know, but I do agree that digital will bring new people into the hobby. I hope it does translate into more comic book shop customers.