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By Chris Eckert, Joseph Mastantuono, Pedro Tejeda, Jamaal Thomas

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Tough Love for Comics: a weekly podcast exploring the magical world of comic books, the comic book industry, comic book fandom and other topics that might be described as part of a "freewheeling discussion".

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Always Enjoyable

Some pretty smart insights on comics, both indie and mainstream superhero stuff. There's a lot of different viewpoints in the reviews, which gives you a good cross-section of opinions on the books.

A thoughtful comics podcast

With four different points of view that often times differ, FFB gives you comic analysis without the Marvel and DC hype machine. There might be some confusion if you don't follow the website, but most of the time the conversations stand on their own merits. Also, larger topics like the future of the industry are covered (along with more standard plot discussions). Overall, a great podcast if you care about the industry and not just the characters being used.

The C-Span of comics podcasts?

What I mean to say, is that the conversations are given enough time to breathe that serious thoughtful conversations are had. Not so much with the listener opinion/interaction, occasionally some definite partisanship, and there is rarely, if ever, hectic jumping from book to book, giving a greatest hits account of "This Week in Comics." Like others have mentioned, the discussions are smart, funny, well-informed, and well worth a listen. The only half complaint I have, is the occasionally infrequent air dates.

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