May 15, 2011

Tales From the Water Cooler: Episode #15

Welcome to the 15th episode of Tales From the Water Cooler!

Join Infinite Speech, Decapitated Dan, and the Southern Sensation each week as they gather around the water cooler of stories to talk about comics.

This week the guys talk about their awesome Free Comic Book Days! Make sure to listen in as they dive into their picks of the week: iZombie #13, Gladstones School for World Conquerors #1, and Heroes for Hire #6.

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Tales from the Water Cooler: Episode #15

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  1. Our FCBD was also the shit. Lots of guests (Len Wein and Whilce Portacio headlining), and a huge sale. We had a 10 comic limit.

    As for the schools point, we did our own PR there; dropped off a BUNCH of FCBD Green Lantern issues, complete with out store logo and info, to the local educational facilities.

    I think it worked.

  2. Billy

    @Andy- That’s great that you guys reached out to the schools. Kudos.

  3. Wow, so you’re calling me out, Aron? Be careful what you ask for. I do find it hilarious that for never being on this podcast, I get mentioned in nearly every episode.

  4. We love you Nick! However, I will never do a podcast while recovering from a cold again! eww!

  5. Aron

    @Nick- You’re gonna become the Water Cooler’s “the guy on the couch”.

  6. Like the guy from Half Baked?

  7. Aron

    Yep. just like the guy from Half Baked.

  8. I’ve never seen Half Baked. 🙁

  9. Aron

    Nick…you need to see Half Baked.

  10. DecapitatedDan

    No you don’t Nick, stay away from it. Mr. Abazabba your my only friend 🙁

  11. […] reading Gladstone’s School for World Conquerors #1 and thoroughly enjoying myself, I was pretty much sold on this series. Everything that was pure […]

  12. […] prison known as Tartarus, and from here we get to see two of the kids who I really liked from the first issue, the Skull Twins. They’re visiting mom who seems to be one of the most dangerous villains […]

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