Episode 66- Our Favourite Comics of 2019

On this Christmas episode Ian and Nicole catch up on their through of a stack of comics as well as giving their favourite comics of the year. Tom continues this and has a review of the year and we have another feature length chat with Mike and Pete as they look at their top 3 Christmas comics ending with their favourite comic of the year.

Comics discussed this episode include The Book of Forks by Rob Davis, Kingdom by John McKnought, Underwater Welder by Jeff Lemire, Blossoms in Autumn by Zidrou and Aimee de Jongh, Plan A/ Plan B by John Tucker, Haru Part One by Joe Latham, Cree by Una, Project Hoax by Samuel G London and Dan Butcher, The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse by Charlie Mackesy, Its There! by Ridyadh Rateme, 32 Kills by Clift, Garley, Ashworth, Stock and Robertson, The Seven Sagas of Silverbeard by Pete Taylor and Mark Hughes and The Tomb of the White Horse by Mondrick, Filby, Atlansky and Saam.

Merry Christmas everyone!

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