Greetings, listener(s?). Today’s podcast is something all-new and all-different. Martian Luthor Kang, Biff Tannen, Rex Mason, and newcomer Dutch Essex sit on the finely upholstered fainting couches in the study of the Evil Lair for the first of a series of discussions centered around classic X-Men storylines. We read the stories so YOU DON’T HAVE TO!! Pull up a wingback, snap your fingers to summon a snifter of brandy, and put up your feet as we showcase the Hellfire Book Club. Today’s topic will be:
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As we once more stroll through the hallowed halls of the Evil Geeks Art Gallery, I would like to remind you of the importance of the classics. Sure, many of the subjects we’ve studied in the past have been from the Post-Post-Modern era of pop culture art, or POPOMOPOP, as we call it in the industry, but our artists’ styles have been undoubtedly shaped by the classics. Perhaps my personal favorite comic book cover of all time, today’s featured painting is undeniably a classic.