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Comic Book Outsiders Episode 25

September 25, 2008

Bringing you some of the very best hidden gems from the world of independent comics, movies and TV.

Direct Download – Comic Book Outsiders Episode 25

In this landmark episode Scott is still away on his international travels so I have another guest co-host who will be familiar to long-time listeners as we interviewed him on a previous episode.

In this episode our Main Feature is an interview with Si Spurrier, the creator of Gutsville from Image Comics. He has also written for 2000AD, and more recently Marvel comics on titles such as Silver Surfer, Wolverine and Ghost Rider.

Instead of a Challenge segment we have a general news and reviews section where we discuss stories that have caught our interest and we still end up with 3 comic pitches in this segment.

It’s my co-host’s turn to step into the confessional for the Guilty Pleasure section, and it is one from a long list of many that he wants to get off his chest.

Our final section as always is the Hidden Gem segment and this episode we’re talking about the film Stardust.

This episode brings a few new changes with a new website, new email addresses and logo, a real CBO facelift to mark out 25th episode. Thanks to everyone who has contributed to get the show this far, and thanks this episode go out to everyone who sent in their best wishes.

If you want to get in touch about anything we’ve talked about in this episode you can email us individually at our new addresses steve (at) comicbookoutsiders.com or scott (at) comicbookoutsiders.com. As usual you can leave us a review at our myspace, facebook, and libsyn pages, or leave us an iTunes review.

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