Hello, wonderful Whatnauts!  If you’ve been paying attention, you know that we are scheduled for a Baxter Building this weekend.

And!  I am happy to say you will indeed be getting a healthy dose of Jeff & Graeme in awe of what Steve Englehart is doing to the Fantastic Four.

But! Considering how crazy the comics news has been the last few weeks, and considering Marvel announced a new Editor in Chief just two days ago, we thought it might be a good idea to convene a quick 2017 check-in with what happened, what will happen next, and classic ’70s TV show, What’s Happening!!  (Sadly, I’m only joking about that last one…for now.)

So! Join in on the bemusement with this episode: it’s barely over an hour but still chock full of the quality bemusement you expect from us!


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4 comments on “Wait, What? The 2017 Minicast!

    • Martin Gray Nov 21, 2017

      What a fascinating show, it’s great to hear Graeme’s insight – if not even heard of last Monday’s Marvel stooshie. And Jeff, read Doomsday Clock, oh go on.

  1. Miguel Corti Nov 20, 2017

    I don’t know if Cebulski wanted to be in Shanghai, but I know he likes Japan and can speak Japanese to a passable level. Whether that translates into a love of all things Asia is for him to tell you.

    He did appear on an NHK documentary in Japan where he introduced Marvel characters to two Japanese TV personalities: he took one to the Iron Man attraction at Hong Kong Disneyland, and then took them to the Marvel offices.

    Here’s the promo with a pic of Cebulski: https://www.nhk.or.jp/docudocu/program/92040/2040531/index.html

    Here’s the video without comment (Disclaimer: I don’t know if Daily Motion is an illegal upload site or not. Watch at your own risk, I suppose.): http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x5l6o4d

    I had always heard (from the internet) that he was good at finding new talent, but the documentary was the first time I ever put a face to the name.

  2. Totally relate with Jeff about Doomsday Clock. You want it to succeed for those involved but you also recognize that if it succeeds there might be a strong possibility that it further alienates you.

    I’ve already made my peace with Marvel publishing dying. Marvel has been not-Marvel for me for awhile now.

    Been saying a lot of goodbyes this year makes me kind of wistful about the whole thing.