Comics You Can Dance To is Comics Bulletin's official podcast!
Hosted by Nathaniel MacDonald and Danny Djeljosevic (that's me) and supported by various jokers and guests, Comics You Can Dance To is devoted to discussing cool comics, pop culture nonsense and hopefully introducing you to some awesome music along the way.
Due to some scheduling issues we decided to do what the Nerdist calls a "hostful" podcast. So, instead of a special guest, I had an extended conversation with Matthew Rios, which started with talking about the day-to-day life of a comic shop employee but quickly devolved into a conversation about bad superhero team leaders and for some reason had me rattling off the names of every Malibu Comics' Ultraverse title I could think of.
Rafael Gaitan could not make it this episode. His absence is felt.
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About Next Week's Show
There won't be a new episode next week (the last week of November) due to us taking Thanksgiving week off. We will, however, be back in the first full week of December.
Jump to 0:11:25 for my talk with Matthew Rios!
Jump to 0:52:58 for the weekly comics talk!
Jump to 1:02:25 for this episode's featured song!
Here are the comics we talked about!
The amazing NFL Superpro image is from DC Fifty-Too.
Here's the playlist for this episode!
Music for Comics You Can Dance To is curated by Notable Beast. Click on the links to check out the artists and/or full versions of the songs. The theme song is "Chnam oun Dop-Pram Muy (I'm 16)" by Ros Sereysothea.
As for the rest…
Here's how you find us on the Internet! (Besides on CB, of course)
- Nate muses about John Darnielle at @lentilstew
- Danny has a lot to say about Watch the Throne at @djeljosevic
- Matt writes one-letter-off web addresses at @tikisideburns
- Rafael expresses his fondness for Rap Snacks at @bearsurprise
- Andrew Tan edits the podcast and sends out comedic transmissions at @TandrewTan
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