Drawn to Comics Podcast | Episode: 18

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In this episode of the Drawn to Comics Podcast on Geek News Network, Ken and Russ talk about their latest endeavors over appetizers at the Desert Rose Bar in Glendale. Ken talks about how his comic shop made the Top 25 Comic Book Stores to Visit on travelandleisure.com! Then, Russ describes his unconventional trip to San Diego during San Diego Comic Con weekend. It's a Drawn to Comics Travelogue!  

Drawn to Comics Podcast | Episode: 20

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In this weeks episode of the Drawn to Comics Podcast, Russ talks briefly about "The Defenders" before he and Ken wonder about the future of streaming TV. Then, Ken and Russ honour Jack Kirby by talking about their personal "kings of comics," and ultimately how no one can dethrone the Stan Lee/Kirby dynamic.  

Drawn to Comics Podcast | Episode: 13

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On this weeks episode of Drawn to Comics podcast. After the first day at Phoenix Comicon, Ken and Russ share a dinner and their positive first impressions of the show.  Then, they dive into the controversial no-props policy implemented after an incident with an armed suspect during the con.  This is a don't-miss conversation about comic con safety and security.  How accountable are we as a comic-loving community when dangerous things like this happen on

Drawn to Comics Podcast | Episode: 15

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In this episode of the Drawn to Comics Podcast, it was recorded before a live audience and features the Janimal! Jan is a Northern Arizona-based cartoonist by way of New Jersey, and he talks about his journey across the country. Jan, Ken, and Russ also talk fidget spinners -- are they a fad, or here to stay? As always, follow more Drawn to Comics on Instagram @drawntocomics for more info on this podcast and other

Drawn to Comics Podcast | Episode: 10

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In this weeks episode of the Drawn to Comics podcast. Russ and Ken explore recent speculations that Marvel Comics' declining sales are the result of its new, diverse superheroes.  Are fans really not interested in younger, multicultural characters?  Are retailers doing everything they can to promote these comics?  Will traditionalism sink the industry . . . or save it?  Listen to a retailer and longtime reader tackle the issues!

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