Doctor Strange and Clea return to the show filled with special guests, and you’re going to want to listen all the way to the end for the big change in Clea’s life! (SPOILERS: It might guarantee a specific episode next year!) Please enjoy and Happy Holidays!
All is dark in the City of Lights. In 1944, Paris groans under German occupation. Residents, especially French Jews, live in fear of a knock on the door in the dead of night. But it isn’t only the Nazi occupiers the citizens have grown to fear. For while the jackboots of Nazism stride the streets of Paris during the day, at night, a lone fiend has been killing and killing and killing. Who is he and will he be caught? Find out in our Major Spoilers review of The Butcher of Paris #1 from Dark Horse Comics.
As I’m writing this, I’ve just completed watching the first episode of The CW’s Crisis on Infinite Earths event as well as the initial Aftermath show. Being a DC fan, I loved a lot of what I saw, and am grieving for the loss at the end of that first hour. This made me reflect on how DC handled things pre-event, and what they might have done better. And I dreamed a little bit about what could be.
Mary Medina has opted to leave her life as Mystere in favor of a more peaceful lifestyle. However, she is drawn back into that life when mysterious deaths begin to appear around the city of New Orleans. Find out what happens in Mystere #4 by Zenescope Entertainment!
Learn all the details of Crisis on Infinite Earths this week before the Arrowverse crossover on the CW. Today’s episode covers issues eleven and twelve of Crisis on Infinite Earths. These episodes are only highlights of Crisis Club, so if you’d like to hear the full unedited versions please go to our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Jawiin
This week, in Episode 411, I have a great conversation with creator Frank Gogol from Grief and Dead End Kids, both from Source Point Press.