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The Wednesday Club’s Comic Picks: Welcome Back
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The Wednesday Club’s Comic Picks: Welcome Back

The Wednesday Club is Geek & Sundry’s weekly talk show chatting about all things comics. This week, hosts Taliesin Jaffe, Amy Dallen, and Matt Key chatted about the comics they caught up on over the holidays.

The intrepid (and globetrotting) hosts had a little bit of time over the holiday break to catch up on their backlog of books. “Our plan for this week was to just take some time over break to read things at random or we were behind on,” said Amy.

This created a wide variety of books for the hosts to chat about, from checking out lesser known books like Nick Cave: Mercy on Me to catching up on their personal favorites like Jean Grey, Batman, and, of course, Doctor Strange. Amy also had the time to go through a curated comic collection called ShortBox, a service that sends small press books and art to subscribers quarterly.

Take a look at the gallery below for recommendations from this episode.

The Daily Wednesday

Did you know The Wednesday Club is kicking off their own “letters column” with questions and comments from viewers? Send in your thoughts, comic recommendations, questions, and more to Matt, Amy, and Taliesin at [email protected] and you might just see yourself on the next episode.

The Daily Wednesday

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Featured Image: DC Comics (Art by Jorge Jimenez)

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