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    Ryan Ferrier Talks All Things ‘D4VE’ at FORCES OF GEEK


    In December, we previewed D4VEocracy #1 from Ryan Ferrier and Valentin Roman.

    In D4VE’s first 100 days, we decided to knock on Ryan’s door to figure out what exactly is going on in the post-human robot society without a real president. We had to go all the way to Canada to get the answers and the election results we deserve.

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    FOG!: Pretty crazy election cycle, amiright? What can D4VE bring to the Presidency that, let’s just say, the current US President does not have?

    Ryan Ferrier: Crazy to say the least. I am Canadian, so I maybe shouldn’t comment. Okay, fine, y’all are fucked. I mean, you’ll fight and resist and it’ll be okay, but it’s gnarly and I’m sorry. What does D4VE have that the current one doesn’t? Easy, its empathy. Makes you wonder who the real robot is.

    Over the last two volumes D4VE’s shown just how emotionally connected he is to his family, his planet, and his role in society. His intent to lead the last living population seems pretty fitting.


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    League Podcast Comics Picks of the Week for Wed. March 8, 2017



    A new era begins with Charmed #1 from Dynamite as the Charmed Ones balance work, life, and witchcraft! … It’s a regular sized Man-Thing #1 from Goosebumps author R.L. Stine! … Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #5 has the good doctor poking around an ancient Jedi site! … Picks this week from

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    League Podcast Comics Picks of the Week for Wed. March 1, 2017




    Ryan Ferrier’s robot future presidential race is only slightly weirder than what we have going on in the White House today. Check out forces of geek today for an interview about D4VEocracy #2 from IDW! …Our pal Ben Percy (Green Arrow) enters the James Bond world with a new #1 for an adventure in the French Alps! … It’s Batman and Robin reunited in Nightwing #16!… Picks this week from

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    League Podcast Comics Picks of the Week for Wed. February 22, 2017


    We have all creator-owned picks this week! Support your local comic shops! Greg Rucka is back with The Old Guard #1 from Image Comics to tell the story of old soldiers that never die. Paul Grist joins the Mignolaverse with art on The Visitor and Why He Stayed #1 for a mysterious Hellboy spinoff!… Gabriel Hardman (Star Wars, Invisible Republic) gives us the horror one-shot The Belfry #1 from Image. a Picks this week from

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    Geeky Reader: ‘The Official Making Of Big Trouble In Little China’ and ‘The Art Of Big Trouble In Little China’ (reviews) at FORCES OF GEEK


    Written by Tara Bennett and Paul Terry
    With Forewords by John Carpenter
    With Afterwords by Kurt Russell and Eric Powell
    Published by BOOM! Studios

    “I’m a reasonable guy. But, I’ve just experienced some very unreasonable things”.

    — Jack Burton

    The story of Jack Burton vs. David Lo Pan is one for the ages, and one who’s thirty year legacy owes a bit to it’s huge budget and legendary director John Carpenter’s overall vision. While it wasn’t the biggest hit at the box office, in fact it only made back $11 million of it’s astounding $25 million dollar budget, Big Trouble In Little China garnered a generation of loyal fans. Those fans regard the movie as a kung fu science fiction masterpiece destined for cable reruns and cult status.

    In tandem, we’d like to present to you two books that take you deep below San Francisco and the furies that lay there. BOOM! Studios has released The Official Making of Big Trouble in Little China as well as The Art Of Big Trouble In Little China to reveal on set special effects secrets and in depth interviews with Carpenter, Kurt Russell, Kim Cattrall round out editions celebrating this cult classic.


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