Unspeakable SYN

As of 3pm tomorrow, Adam and I (Brad), shall be hosting a show on SYN. The show (also named Unspeakable Evil) runs from 3-3:30 on Thursdays. Being set on the joyous day of NEW COMIC BOOKS, the show will be a discussion on the industry and maybe even some other fun stuff.

If you don’t know, the station is 90.7 FM. Adam and I have previously been on SYN for our graveyard shift, which you can find in the SYN tab above. Additionally, you can find our page on SYN’s website.

So yeah, please listen in, tell us what you think and maybe even text in and participate in our show. Thanks.

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The DIAMOND NIPPLES of Galactus.

This book is basically the world’s greatest argument for re-reading comicbooks.  I mean, following the on-goings from month to month is generally pretty easy, but when you’ve got minis like this, well, things get complicated.

Heralds is basically about a bunch of girls, who we guess are friends, throwing a party for Emma Frost and then accidentally getting in a fight with the Nova.  Not that you’d really be able to figure that out after the first issue, what with all those dinosaurs and evil Einstein clones.  But come the second issue, it’s pretty clear that we’re dealing with Nova.  And, well, basically the book assumes you know what that means.

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BRAWL.

Feed Proxy doesn’t talk about E3.

We all read blogs – as evident by your reading of this blog now. But we don’t all read blogs all the time and we don’t all subscribe to RSS feeds. We do. So, to make it easier for people who don’t, we’ve collected a series of this week’s posts from a series of blogs that we follow.

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Unspeakable Creations 1

In an effort to contribute more to UE, I thought up a fun little game for us to play every so often. The aim is to think up a relatively simple theme and use Heromachine to each create something based on that theme, and then compare what we came up with.

The first theme we chose was the word ‘dynamite’.

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War of the Gods

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Feed Protection

We all read blogs – as evident by your reading of this blog now. But we don’t all read blogs all the time and we don’t all subscribe to RSS feeds. We do. So, to make it easier for people who don’t, we’ve collected a series of this week’s posts from a series of blogs that we follow.

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