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Night Vale Recap: Episode 63 “There Is No Part 1: Part 2″

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Night Vale Recap: Episode 63 “There Is No Part 1: Part 2″

Our story continues with Part Two! (…don’t worry, you didn’t miss anything, there is no Part One. Confused? Sounds like you’re human! Good luck!)

This week Cecil picks up where he left off with all the exciting events of significance that happened last time! He’s not going to tell you about those events, because you were already there for them, right? One thing he does remind you about is an event that happened more than a year ago. (You thought they’d forgotten about that, didn’t you?)

So brace yourselves and fasten your spiders as the twins recap Welcome To Night Vale “There Is No Part 1: Part 2.”

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Preview – Transformers More Than Meets The Eye #38

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Preview – Transformers More Than Meets The Eye #38

Journey’s end! Across time, across space, from prewar Messatine to postwar Cybertron – it’s all been heading towards this – the moment when the fate of the Autobots and the Decepticons is sealed. At the heart of it all: three killers, two outcomes… and one terrible, terrible choice. See below for a preview of IDW’s Transformers More Than Meets The Eye #38.

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Comic Issues #212 – Disney and Marvel and Half The Known World

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Comic Issues #212 – Disney and Marvel and Half The Known World

Anthony and Ashley continue the Epic Move To The Awesome Apartment this week, so Elizabeth’s our host again, along with guest star Leland from Movie Issues! Listen in as we talk Disney and Marvel, and geek out over our favorite artists.

We discuss Rocket Raccoon #8 and Angela: Asgard’s Assassin #3, then get into She Hulk, Gambit, and Afterlife with Archie, before wrapping up with All New X-Men #36 and Uncanny X-Men #30. Along the way we mention that if you’re going to go to Disneyland, you need to bring Leland with you.

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Review: Changing Planes

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Review: Changing Planes

The book I’d picked to review this week is taking a lot longer to read than planned. And the one-two punch of gloomy weather and the complete inability of anyone in North Carolina to deal with winter storms (anyone including me) (and storms in this case meaning even the rumor of ice) has meant a lot of days stuck inside. I’ll need to switch over to come comfort-food reading if I’m going to keep my sanity. Another short-story collection? Don’t mind if I do.

There are a lot of ways to travel to another plane of existence, from magic or demonic pacts, to the TARDIS and the Bifrost. The method that Ursula Le Guin created for Changing Planes has to be the most unusual; it’s super fast (you can take an entire vacation in another dimension and come back to this one a few seconds after you left), elegantly simple, and available to just about anyone. All you have to do is relax into the apocalyptic boredom that comes from waiting though yet another delayed connector flight at the airport and boom, you’re in another world with a whole new civilization and a brand new set of rules.

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