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Mike Zapcic, 2nd in command of the World's Greatest Comic Book Store and Ming Chen (hired to fulfill the Asian Quota) take you through best in comics, pop culture, and movies live every Thursday from Jay and Silent Bob's Secret Stash.

Customer Reviews

Mike & Ming do the thing

That was great gents. Can't wait for more!

Hit or Miss

Ming and Mike you guys are great. I love Kevin Smith and I love comics, but...

You guys lack focus and topics. You named the podcast "I Sell Comics" but you have discussed that you do not want to talk about running an actual comic shop. The other big draw then is comics which you too often do not even talk about. The actual amount of time you discuss any comic with any sort of depth is usually at the end of the podcast (the what's new session) and makes up about 1/10th of the actual run time, otherwise you gloss over a bunch of topics for the 90%. You had a good idea with Ming's "to-do" or "to-read" list for graphic novels or trade paperbacks. But I think you BOTH should revist them at the same time and discuss it in-depth. You could even release the title a week or two ahead of time so people can join along at home and have a chance to read or reread them. This would allow you talk about the writer, the artists, the story, and how this story affected the characters i.e. what did we learn about these characters? was there any growth? were any characters reimagined or reintrepreted? You often mention writers and artists but fail to give us any insight on them- what did they do that was so great or so bad and explain why. You could also pick a character of the week and discuss them and how they have evolved from when they were first created to how they are written now. There is so much you could do but it feels like you guys have no plan during your sessions and it shows.

The podcast feels like a pinball going back and forth between topics and you rarely discuss anything in-depth, but when you do discuss comics and get down to it the podcast is a great listen. You guys are great and I only want to see this podcast get better. Keep it up and challenge yourselves.

Not ready for prime time

The TESD guys called Ming out on saying "alright" all the time, so now he says "Right," "Right right right," "okay" and "awesome" all the time instead. I hate to be that guy who talks crap in comments sections, and normally I'm not, but this is the first Smodcast where I smell nepotism. Ming, you REALLY need to get better at this, and I'm sure you will, but man, you HAVE to start thinking about what you're saying before you say it.