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Comic Book Club

By Nerdist Industries

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Description

Comic Book Club is a LIVE weekly talk show about comic books in New York City, every Tuesday night at 8pm! Hosted by Justin Tyler, Pete LePage, and Alex Zalben, we welcome the best guests from the world of comics and comedy every week!

Customer Reviews

Comic Book Awesome

Alex, Justin, and Pete are easily one of my favorite comic podcasters and you should definitely check them out. They all have distinct and unique oppinions and knowledge of comic books so you're definitely not getting just one view on the books. Lots of funny banter and I've discovered many new comic books because of things they suggest. Keep 'em coming!!!

Probably better live

I'm sure this is a fun experience to see live, just like a comic convention panel, but somehow you feel left out listening to this. The hosts could also tone down the need to one up each other on cheap jokes, and actually talk about comic books with more depth and less schtick. sorry but this is so-so at best.

Please buy some microphones.

This show is incredibly frustrating to listen to because they have great guests, but much of the dialogue is unintelligible, and when you can hear it, it's just difficult to listen to casually, you have to drop everything and concentrate on it like you're decoding morse code from outer space. Please invest in or borrow some individual microphones for each of the guests and hosts of the show, if you want people who weren't there to be able to listen. The current audio sounds like it comes from a microphone somewhere in the audience.