Episode 55 - The Usual Bad Guy Taunting Thing - Week of 3/22/17

The Fellowship is pleased to present our reminiscences about the Buffy the Vampire Slayer TV series, which premiered 20 years ago this week. It ran for seven seasons, spawned a five-year spinoff, and put both supernatural horror and teen drama on the map. We also talk about the 1992 movie a bit, and share some favorite moments from the show. And as always, our picks of the week.

What we're up to this week:
Bought IDW's Humble Bundle - a ton of comics with the proceeds going to charity [in this case, split between Traveling Stories and the CBLDF. -m]
Playing Heroclix and having a great time
Catching up on reading - digging Superman Reborn
And introduced some new readers to Valiant's Faith title in the hopes of maybe catching the kid too

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Episode 54 - Interview with Peter Simeti - Week of 3/15/17

The Fellowship is pleased to present our conversation with Peter Simeti, publisher at Alterna Comics and the Make Mine Indie catalog. Make Mine Indie releases their Spring catalog on March 20, and Alterna is in the process of bringing back newsprint comics later this year. Peter also gives us some great insight on the publishing game. And as always, our picks of the week.

What we're up to this week:
The Young Ones - BBC comedy from the 1980s; perfect madness and fun
Les took Thomas to this month's AGFA film at the local Alamo Drafthouse - much fun was had by all, even though they had to watch Sweet Sugar
[I had to leave the truck zooming by, mainly because of our reaction to it. I hope it doesn't make us look too unprofessional, but hey, we're not professionals :-) -m]

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