Hello Everyone. This is GetSelious and this BookShelf Episode we discuss well what is a father. Due to recent events. Zslash’s father past away. So as we get emotional and divulge what a father is we go through two graphic novels with different fatherly figures. We discuss heavily of the multiple father characters in Marguerite Abouet’s and Clément Oubrerie’s book Aya Life in Yop City. As well as making comparisons to Marjane Satrapi’s father in Persepolis.
Hello everyone, this is GetSelious and I’m back again with ZSlash and Elf With A Silly Hat to bring you guys another episode of BookShelf. This time we discuss Fascism and all of its elements with two books Maus by Art Spiegelman and Judge Dredd: America by John Wagner and Colin MacNeil. So sit back enjoy as we discuss, rant, and maybe crack a joke or two.
Hello everyone this is GetSelious and today we have a new Podcast series. Myself and Nephrite one day said “People got know some of the dope stuff we listen to”. Some how with the power of the internet and Dr. Doom, Dr. Octagon, Black Elvis, and Mr. Nogatco we managed to deliver you The SoundBass Episode 1.
In this episode we discuss Kool Keith. If you don’t know Kool Keith is here’s a simple rundown: He’s a bat shit insane rapper and he’s godlike at it. Here are the albums by Kool Keith we played during the podcast:
Hey everybody this is GetSelious back again with ZSlash and Elf back with another episode of BookShelf. This month we went a bit more random discussing two top assassin characters in manga and comic books Golgo 13 by Takao Saito and the latest Hawkeye installment written by Matt Fraction and drawn by David Aja.
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Okay your favorite crew is back at it again with another episode of BookShelf. This episode we cover the theme of survival as well as the meaning of being human. Either it’s learning the harsh reality that ideology determines life or that man is its own greatest monster. The books we discuss are Osamu Tekzuka’s Dororo and DMZ written by Brian Wood and drawn Riccardo Burchielli, Brian Wood, and John Paul Leon.
Secondly this podcast was recorded a the weekend before the Holidays. We’re sorry to be late giving this to you guys though on the other hand this is the best way the start the new year.