Episode 91- G.E. Gallas and the Plague Doctor

On this weeks episode we are joined by creator G.E. Gallas to talk about her current book on kickstarter, The Plague and Dr Caim. The book which was originally on Unbound and is now being published by Cast Iron Books follows a comedic look at a plague doctors day to day life during the 17th century.

We look at Dennis the Menace as he reaches his 70th birthday and wander back to our youth when we enjoyed reading his exploits. Tom discusses This Was 2020 by Peter S. Conrad and Mike and Pete continue Yakapedia. Their plan as custodians of the mighty tomb of the Comic Yakapedia is to review, amend and correct its many thousands of entries to ensure it remains to definitive library of comic trivia and nonsense. 

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Contributions by Mike Williams (@CthulhuPunk) Pete Taylor (@thismanthispete) and Tom Stewart (@thatcomicsmell).
Music used with permission by Alfie Rackley & Methylchloroisothiazolinone by Josh Woodward

One thought on “Episode 91- G.E. Gallas and the Plague Doctor

  1. Pingback: Meet comic creator G.E. Gallas – and the Plague Doctor, in latest Lakes Festival Podcast – downthetubes.net

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