The Comic Cast Christmas Special: Apocalypse

Have yourself a merry little Christmas . . . with Liam & Craig for the Comic Cast Christmas Special! Let your heart be light . . . as they review Hilda and the Midnight Giant by Luke Pearson, Klaus by Richard Short, Bad Island by Doug TenNapel, The Adventures of Hergé by Bocquet/Fromental/Stanilas, Holy Terror by Frank Miller and the first ever Peanuts graphic novel – Happiness is a Warm Blanket, Charlie Brown! Faithful friends who are dear to us, travel near to us once more . . . artist Declan Shalvey drops in for a catch-up about his work on Thunderbolts and Northlanders, while illustrator BRENB gives us the skinny on Offset 2012. Next year all our troubles wll be miles away . . .

Download Link: The Comic Cast Christmas Special 2011

also available on iTunes

Mega thanks to our favourite American gal Jordie Bellaire (interviewed on our previous episode) for the amazeballs illustration for this years Chrimbo show!

Show Links

Comics Reviewed

Hilda and the Midnight Giant by Luke Pearson

Klaus by Richard Short

Bad Island by Doug TenNapel

The Adventures of Hergé by Bocquet/Fromental/Stanilas

Holy Terror by Frank Miller

Happiness is a Warm Blanket, Charlie Brown!

Interviewees

Declan Shalvey’s Blog

BRENB’s site

Offset 2011

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2 Comments on “The Comic Cast Christmas Special: Apocalypse”

  1. JOE SOAP Says:

    Everytime you say ‘peanuts’ it sounds like ‘penis’.

  2. thecomiccast Says:

    Freudian slips, one n’ all.


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