Episode 43 - Luke Cage and The Pirates

Episode 43 – Luke Cage and The Pirates

This week on our show, Brian and Liam are back together, and this time they’re talking Comics, they’re talking games, they’re talking Luke Cage, and they talk a little bit about The Walking Dead.

This episode is brought to you by the Forest City Comicon, November 5th through November 6th at the London Convention Centre.

The largest event of its kind in London, A celebration of nerd culture like no other: The Forest City Comicon is a London, Ontario-based Comic Con.

Big News! Sequential Fiction will be LIVE at the Forest City Comicon on November 5th at 1pm

Sequential Fiction LIVE Podcast

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For the first time in the history of their podcast, Brian and Liam will host a LIVE edition of the Sequential Fiction MEGAcast. We’ll have comic picks, we’ll chat about TV Shows and media, do some audience Q&A, and feature a surprise guest or two! Dedicated to battling the forces of evil, delivering goodness, and eradicating boredom wherever they find it, they are the warriors of Sequential Fiction!
Show notes for this and every episode can be found here at our website

Brian and Liam’s Comic Picks of the Week:

 

Liam’s Pick: Cerebus

Cerebus is a comic book series created by Canadian cartoonist Dave Sim, which ran from December 1977 until March 2004. The title character of the 300-issue series was an anthropomorphic aardvark who takes on a number of roles throughout the series—barbarian, prime minister and Pope among them. The series stands out for its experimentation in form and content, and for the dexterity of its artwork, especially after background artist Gerhard joined in with the 65th issue. As the series progressed, it increasingly became a platform for Sim’s controversial beliefs.

Brian’s Pick: The Sketchnote Handbook

This gorgeous, fully illustrated handbook tells the story of sketchnotes–why and how you can use them to capture your thinking visually, remember key information more clearly, and share what you’ve captured with others.

Brian posted a bunch of sketchnotes to his NorthIQ Website under the blog post – Inspiration from the Archangel Summit

Feature Stories:

Luke Cage on Netflix

Luke Cage is the latest Marvel series on Netflix, and all 13 episodes dropped on September 30th.  The series takes place after the events of Marvel’s Jessica Jones, and features Luke Cage and Misty Knight as well as the villain Cottonmouth.

The series is 13 episodes, and all 13 of them are available now.

The Walking Dead Returns

The Walking Dead is back October 23rd, so we talk about Negan, and throw out some ideas of who Lucille’s victim may be.  This is a spoiler free conversation, and has some pure speculation on our part with absolutely no insight into what may happen.