Comics for All Ep. 9 Spooky Comics for October, Sweet Heart, Jim Novak, Underrated Comic stories

On this Episode of Comics For All! we chat about the loss of some absolute giants in the Comic book and entertainment industry as a whole. Jim Novak, Carlos Ezquerra, Norm Breyfogle. We also make some great recommendations on some spooky comics for you to get in the Halloween spirit. We also Preview an amazing comic in Sweet Heart. Lastly, we talk about some underrated stories that you need to check out. If you want to join in any of the conversations please follow us on twitter @allforcomics, and don’t forget to like, comment, and subscribe, wherever you download the show.

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Comics for All Episode 8 Brock Heasley Part 2

Episode 8 Part 2 of comics for all we continue our conversation with Brock Heasley and we talk about Paper Bag Mask, and The Shift. If you enjoyed the conversation and want to join any of the topics feel free to follow us on twitter @allforcomcis.

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Comics for All Ep. 8 with Brock Heasley Part 1

On this episode of comics for all we are joined by Brock Heasley and he joins us for comics and to talk about all of his amazing work. SuperFogeys, Paper Bag Mask, and The Shift. If you enjoyed the conversation and want to join any of the topics feel free to follow us on twitter @allforcomcis.

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Comics for All Ep. 7 Convention life, and Comics you can’t miss

On this Episode of Comics for All we bring you all of our reactions from convention season. Comic books you

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Malice Cast Live S2 E11: Special Guest Turbo Comics, Deadpool 2 trailer reaction, and much more!

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Border Town Comic Con 2018 Review

I am very pleased to bring to you a brief review of Border Town Comic Con 2018. I had the absolute pleasure of attending this convention with my 15 year old son this last weekend March 17-18, 2018. Border Town Comic Con was held at the Four Rivers Cultural Center in Ontario, Oregon. The cultural center is practically on the border between Oregon and Idaho, hence the name, Border Town Comic Con. This was the con’s third year running and the first year in which it was expanded into two days.

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