Tuesday, August 3, 2021

CRJ #074 - July 2021

Professor Alan's Comic Book Reading Journal #074

July 2021

So what comics did Professor Alan read during July? How many were new or mostly new comics? And how many celebrated #WesternComicsMonth? Listen to the episode AND FIND OUT!!!

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  1. I love how regularly your shows pop up in my feed and, once again I am agog, I am aghast at the sheer number of books you read in a month, even with being on a break from the day job.

    I really enjoyed the focus on Westerns Month. What was it with all these grown men going by ‘Kid’, it’s like a 19th-century Legion of Super-Heroes (with more cut-out trouser bottoms).

    Silver Arrow sounds interesting. Given he made no attempt to change his skin tone, I imagine the local Native Americans were simply indulging him because he was vaguely useful.

    Oh, oh, sir, pick me! I can explain Wagon Train. It’s Star Trek, but not in space.

    1. OK, OK, I don't know how I missed that Star Trek joke. #HostFail

      I like the notion that the Natives were just humoring Straight Arrow.