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The boys talk about

* The meaning of “Kayfabe”

* February 6th marked the 25th anniversary of Jack “The King” Kirby’s passing

*The controversy about who created the Image “I” logo…

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* A Preview of our new series on Katsuhiro Otomo’s manga, Akira, and preceding works.

*Jim’s recent correspondence with cartoonist extraordinaire, Jeff Smith from the Image Comics podcast.

*Calvin & Hobbes and Bill Watterson’s security requirements for his artwork

*The beauty of so many classic comics being in print these days

* Trials, tribulations, and strategies for editing comics

*Moby Dick and some comics adaptations

* Ed read a bunch of classic EC Crime Suspense Stories. Johnny Craig and Bernie Krigstein come up in conversation.

*Jim caught a documentary about a guy climbing a mountain.
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