"Surely," you thought. "Surely the decrepit corpse of that Winning Edge episode that AATW said was missing enough audio to throw them into a months-long hiatus would never be strong enough to be seen on the RSS feed. Surely, that is the case." You thought wrong, fool! The Audio Entropy triage team (read: Mitchell with some truly unforeseen spare time) has slapped this sucker full of venom and it is READY, dear listener, to shamble on into your eager ears. Listen in, as a new generation of teens in Neo Gotham experiment with horribly debilitating drugs in the shadow of the supervillain who was that drug's marlboro man, all in the name of scoring more futureball points.
Note: The main audio conceit of this episode, if it annoys you, lasts for roughly 30 minutes. The rest of the ep after that is quality regardless!
Your Komix Korner recommendation this week are Batman: Year One by Frank Miller, David Mazzucchelli, and Richmond Lewis (those colors, y'all), which works out alright for an episode that isn't exactly timely, and Southern Bastards by Jason Aaron and Jason Latour. Jasons! Oh, also Graham read the county fair issue of Tom King's run on Batman, which was timely, but no longer is. All-time single issue of a comic, says he.
Komic Korner music, "Paris Ballad", provided by Dana Boulé via the Creative Commons License. Check out her work here:
Our Technical Difficulties Music, "Organ Grinder Swing" by chēēZ π via the Creative Commons License. Check out their work here: freemusicarchive.org/music/chZ_/
Our gorgeous album art was graciously made by Gustav Carlson, check out Gus' fantastic webcomic Tourist Unknown at touristunknown.com