Note: Immediately after we posted this episode, we realized that our original name for the show “Sequential Fiction” was available. We bought the domain and moved everything over, but through this episode we refer to the show as “Sequential Friction”.
It’s the first episode of Sequential Friction, your weekly comics and pop culture megablast. This episode is all about inspiration. Find out the inspiration behind Sequential Friction, what our favourite comics of the week are, and much more in this All New #1 First Issue of Sequential Friction – Your Comics and Pop Culture MEGACAST!
- Brian and Liam’s Favourite Comic of the Week
- Windsor Comicon in Review
- An Evening with Kevin Smith
Brian and Liam’s Favourite Comic of the Week
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Brian’s Comic – Cyborg #2 – from DC Comics.
The most advanced tech known to humans has been used to turn Vic Stone in to Cyborg, making him one of the most powerful beings on the planet.
(W) David Walker (A/CA) Ivan Reis, Joe Prado
Liam’s Comic – Manifest Destiny – from Image Comics
Captain Meriwether Lewis and Second Lieutenant William Clark
(W)Chris Dingess (A/CA)Matthew Roberts, Owen Gieni
Windsor Comicon in Review
Brian went to the Windsor Comicon, the first annual Windsor based comic convention. His kids dressed as Sandman and Harley Quinn, and Kevin Smith performed…
An Evening with Kevin Smith
Brian talked about Kevin Smith, and how he is the inspiration behind this podcast.
That was this week’s episode – next week we’ll look at the upcoming Fan Expo Canada.
Sequential Friction is sponsored by: All New Comics – Canada’s Online Comics Superstore. Visit them online at allnewcomics.com, on Twitter they are @allnewcomics or come see them at Fan Expo Canada at booth 510.
Show Notes and Links:
- Get $5 off your first purchase at Comixology.
- Manifest Destiny Volume 1 – Amazon.ca | Amazon.com
- Cyborg on Comixology
- The first annual Windsor Comicon
- Kevin Smith – Fatman on Batman
- Kevin Smith on Twitter @thatkevinsmith
- Fan Expo Canada
- Brian’s Favourite Top 50 Comic Runs
Liam: correction for my erroneous John Waters’ story: From IMDB.com, “To find a young actor for the role of Wade “Cry-Baby” Walker, director John Waters bought $30 worth of teen magazines, all of which showed Johnny Depp of 21 Jump Street (1987) on the cover. Depp thought the script was funny and strange, and took the offbeat role to avoid being typecast as a TV teen idol.”
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