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Today on Comic History Mysteries the Rambling Phoenix returns from Disneyland with tales from the house of Mouse! The boys are talking Disnification, what it is, what it means to Comics and how Disney has changed the game. Show notes: Public Domain characters thread ComixCentral forum https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/ghostislandcomic

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On this week’s Comic History Mysteries, The Voice, Rambling Phoenix and The Janitor have a sleep deprived conversation that starts with Puerto Rico, the Comicbook project la borinqueña, moves into cell phone power, scammy Kickstarters and goes on from there! Enjoy the delirious fun! For more history fun with the Ramblin Phoenix’s check out his history blog: www.historicalperceptions.com  

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 On this week’s Comic History Mysteries, a heartfelt tribute to Stephen Hawking, a discussion on what makes a villain and how some can be lovable in spite of their horrible deeds, Moby Dick, of course Batman makes an appearance and eventually the boys get around to discussing how you can use your local library as a…

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 On this week’s Comic History Mysteries, the boys are arguing about what defines Indie in all its genres; comics, film, music and… continents? For more history fun with the Ramblin Phoenix’s check out his history blog: www.historicalperceptions.com    

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  On today’s show, The Voice and the Ramblin Phoenix are joined by…a guy that just works here. Today’s discussion covers how the consumption of comics and other media has changed in the last 20 years. The Phoenix was recently playing his new Nintendo Switch and realized how many indie games are thriving on the…

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  Y’aarrrr!! On this the second episode of Comic History Mysteries, we be talking about pirates! Show Notes: The Ramblin Phoenix was struck by something said in an interview with Watchman creators Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons.  In a world like Watchman where superheroes are real, the comics would have to turn somewhere else for “fantastical” storytelling. They…