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REPUBLIC CITY DISPATCH #28: Dark Horse Comics’ THE SEARCH Parts 1-3
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BE FOREWARNED - Discussion includes Avatar: The Last Airbender, Book One: Air from The Legend of Korra and could expand to include Dark Horse Comic’s The Promise and The Search at any time.
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I wrote this diss.
Zoom in real fast! Then focus! You know the move.
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This week the gang’s all back together, and we celebrate by forcing David— and everyone else— to talk about this hot next thing called Vulgar Auteurism, and whether or not it actually is a thing. Plus tidbits from Katey about the upcoming adaptation of the book Serena and from Da7e about why you can’t buy Indiana Jones movies individually. And Film Centipede makes a return, with a DC Comics slant. All that plus a lightning round inspired by great cameos in movies.
To catch up on Vulgar Auteurism, and the Internet conversation that has surrounded it, read this.
Michael Haneke’s Amour in comic strip form.
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