Oct 11, 2017

Episode 17 - Kill Or Be Killed #12

The team is back this month to discuss their favorite issue of Kill Or Be Killed thus far, Issue #12. We also dive into the latest Brubaker and Phillips news, including Velvet TV developments and upcoming projects. To round out the episode, Bubba recommends a new Image crime comic mini-series The Hard Place and Robert offers up his Top 5 Tom Petty deep cuts.

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Sep 12, 2017

Episode 16 - Kill Or Be Killed #11

The team is back in The Undertow talking Kill Or Be Killed #11, the latest issue in the ongoing Brubaker/Phillips series that shows protagonist Dylan going through an emotional roller coaster. Recommendations for the month are The X-files Season 5 episode The Post Modern Prometheus and the IDW sci-fi comic Strange Science Fantasy.

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Aug 8, 2017

Episode 15 - Kill Or Be Killed #10

The crew returns to the Undertow this month to discuss Kill Or Be Killed #10, the finale of the comic's second arc.  We also get everyone up to speed on all of the latest news from the world of Brubaker & Phillips and offer up our monthly recommendations, the brand new Christopher Nolan film Dunkirk and the classic Hollywood crime film from 1967, Bonnie & Clyde.

 

 

 

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Jul 18, 2017

Episode 14 - Bonus Discussion on A.D. After Death

In lieu of recommendations on our last episode on Kill Or Be Killed #9, here's a bonus episode for our Undertow listeners on the recently wrapped Image comics miniseries A.D. After Death by Scott Snyder and Jeff Lemire. We both enjoyed this book immensely, and to no one's suprise, ended up talking about it in relation to Brubaker and Phillips partnership as well.  Great sci-fi, with a touch of crime, and gorgeous watercolors made this a fun to book to read and break down.  

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Jun 29, 2017

Episode 13 - Kill Or Be Killed #9

We are back in The Undertow this month to discuss Kill Or Be Killed #9 and all the latest Brubaker & Phillips news, including the intriguing mention of a "short Criminal graphic novella" in the most recent Ed Brubaker newsletter.  There are no recommendations this month (except for beverage recommendations...), but look for a bonus episode in the coming weeks where we do an in-depth discussion on the very strong sci-fi miniseries A.D. After Death.

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May 26, 2017

Episode 12 - Kill Or Be Killed #8

We return to The Undertow this month to discuss KOBK #8 and all of the latest news regarding the team of Brubaker & Phillips.  Recommendations from the crew are Steven Soderbergh's crime film The Limey and Jeff Lemire's new Image comic, Royal City.

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Apr 18, 2017

Episode 11 - Kill Or Be Killed #7

We're back in The Undertow this month to talk about the latest issue of Kill or be Killed, a great issue from Kira's point of view.  As always, we've got news and recommendations for our listeners, including Michael Mann's Miami Vice and Brian Wood's great Vertigo comic, DMZ.

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Mar 10, 2017

Episode 10 - Kill Or Be Killed #6

We return to The Undertow this month to talk all things Brubaker and Phillips, including Kill Or Be Killed #6.  Recommendations from the crew for our March episode are Conan the Slayer from Dark Horse comics and the 2005 Australian western The Proposition.

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Feb 17, 2017

Episode 9 - Kill Or Be Killed #5

The crew returns to the Undertow this month to talk about Kill Or Be Killed #5, the 1st issue of the 2nd arc of the series, plus a brief mention about Ed Brubaker and Nicolas Winding Refn's recently announced Amazon series Too Old To Die Young.  Recommendations this month also include Planetoid and the anthology The Mammoth Book of Best Crime Comics.

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Jan 25, 2017

Episode 8 - Case File: Scene of the Crime

In this episode, we take you all the way back to the very first collaboration between Ed Brubaker, Michael Lark, and Sean Phillips, the 4-issue miniseries Scene of the Crime.  Scene of the Crime was originally published by Vertigo back in 1999, and shows that the team was firing on all cylinders right out of the gate.  Recommendations this month are the films Batman (1989) and The Outfit, a 1973 adaptation of the Richard Stark novel.

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