You've been patient, and it's finally here! That's right people, after a total of nine preludes, the official launch episode of the Comic Books Are Burning In Hell audio hour, featuring Chris Mautner, Tucker Stone, Joe McCulloch, and yours truly, is finally available for your listening pleasure. This time it's a full episode on the recently released League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century 2009, a royal treatment that I think new Alan Moore comics typically deserve. Topics covered include the history of LXG, Moore's interest (or possible lack thereof) in modern popular culture, the success (or possible lack thereof) of the Century arc as a whole, calling bullshit on this irritating Moore-as-misogynist idea that all the superhero assholes have been trying to propagate lately, and most importantly, whether or not that's Mufasa from the Lion King on the last page of the comic. (Spoiler: it remains a point of contention.) This is a good one, guys, so click here to listen up.
EXTRA EXTRA -- here are Joe's show notes for the episode in question. He's outdone himself this time, which is saying something when we're talking about Jog, the whole reason I do this shit in the first place... ahem, yeah, go read 'em.