WEEK IN GEEK: D. Bethel gets inspired by Tintin and Alph-Art, the final Tintin book started by creator Hergé before his death. The book is a collection of his layouts and notes and remains unfinished but showcases the process of one of the world’s best comic book storytellers. After nearly a year, Andrew finally dives into Star Trek: Discovery (originally released on CBS All Access) and gives you a SPOILER-FILLED rundown and response to the newest Star Trek series.
- Episode 26 – The Effect of Randomosity (21 Nov. 2014): Where Andrew and D. talked about the Star Trek: The Original Series episdoe, “Mirror, Mirror.”
- Episode 28 – A Mighty Oak (05 Dec. 2014): Where D. Bethel discussed reading Satoshi Kon’s Opus.
- Episode 138 – An Accident of Role-Play: Where Andrew started his great Star Trek: The Next Generation re-watch.
- D. Bethel’s essay on Satoshi Kon’s Opus (from Long John Comic.com)
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