Great segment as always
Nice review of chew, i like how you always put down john laymen, its quite funny. i like to read to these type of titles in tradepaperback. I cant afford to buy the floppies every week and i like to read comics in a tradeback format.
Nice shirt Elliot, i’ve got the same one but i doubt you support real madrid
E&J have to put Layman in his place! Ha!
And yes I’d do a fill-in issue of CHEW! Elliot make that happen.
Y’know I wasn;t aware of the actual premise behind Hack/Slash. That sounds fuggin amazing.
(I’ll have to hide the covers from my GF tho)
I have to wait till tomorrow to read the new hack/slash but i’m glad you liked it guys.
the onion honors the world cup and E’s jersey
A CCW exclusive!!!
Even without sound this is epic and…
At first I was like … Hot! three chicks play fighting..
Then there was that moment of semi-boner embarrassment when I realize it was mostly two dudes fighting.
Then there was that strange moment of silent reflection where I probably knew that it was dudes fighting the whole time..
Wait a minute, did I just type that or think that?
You were just thinking it IM, so no worries. 😉
Hey Musky, is it ok with you if I use the term “semi-boner embarrassment” in regular conversation from now on? I wouldn’t feel right letting that little gem disappear into the ether.
Great video. I always love it when Chew is reviewed on CCW TV.
Yeah I really wanted to get My First Maniac but my lcs didn’t have it…I was more than slightly bummed.
Since your taking requests 😉
How about Hawks of Outremer from Boom? Its fucking awesome if I do say so myself.
Great vid (as always).
Loved how you pumped up Hack/Slash and noted the controversy and a great reason to support Tim and the book– without going all crazy on DDP. Classy.
Elliott, I didn’t know Tim was drawing Wildcats either.
Forgotten Realms (The Legend of Drizzt) was one of the only fantasy type books I have ever enjoyed– and my initial interest was primarily due to Tim’s art.
God, I hope he’s gotten paid for most of his work there… He was literally the backbone workhorse of DDP for a very long time.
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