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Comics for Grownups Episode 29: Best of 2013

by on Jan.01, 2014, under Comics

Comics for Grownups Episode 29


Comics for Grownups Episode 29 with Joshua Malbin and Alex Rothman is now out on iTunes. Direct RSS link for Android users here.

In this last episode of 2013 we count down our favorite comics of the year. On a methodological note, we limited ourselves to book-length works that felt like complete statements.

We also discussed the Sequential Artists Workshop’s end-of-year fundraiser. There are still 28 days left—consider pitching in to help fund this awesome school!

Josh’s Top Five:

5. Ambedkar: The Fight for Justice by Srividya NatarajanS. AnandDurgabai Vyam, and Subhash Vyam

4. Sammy the Mouse Vol. 2 by Zak Sally

3. My Dirty Dumb Eyes by Lisa Hanawalt 

2. Red Handed: The Fine Art of Strange Crimes by Matt Kindt

1. The End by Anders Nilsen

Alex’s Top Five:

5. In Pieces by Marion Fayolle

4. New School by Dash Shaw

3. Out of Hollow Water by Anna Bongiovanni

2. Pompeii by Frank Santoro

1. B+F by Gregory Benton

We said we’d post links to a bunch of our favorite minis and floppies here, but man, that’s hard to sort through. Hopefully we’ll do that soon.

Thanks for listening, everyone. 2013 was a great year in comics—see you early in 2014!


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Comics for Grownups Episode 28

by on Dec.10, 2013, under Comics

Comics for Grownups Episode 28 with Alex Rothman is now out on iTunes. Direct RSS link for Android users here.

In this episode we are joined once more by Andrea Tsurumi and we review:

Journal by Julie Delporte

Ambedkar: The Fight for Justice by Srividya Natarajan, S. Anand, Durgabai Vyam, and Subhash Vyam

Battling Boy by Paul Pope

Brooklyn Quesadillas by Antony Huchette

In Pieces by Marion Fayolle

Delusional by Farel Dalrymple

Hyperbole and a Half by Allie Brosh

Couch Tag by Jesse Reklaw

Numbercruncher by Si Spurrier and PJ Holden

For our webcomic we discussed:

Boys’ Night by Max Landis and A.P. Quach

(And Hyperbole and a Half pretty much counts, too.)

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