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Wait, What?

By Jeff and Graeme @

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Ostensibly about comic books and graphic novels, "Wait, What?" is a podcast in which two friends swap stories, theories, and jokes about all aspects of pop culture...but especially comics. For our early episodes, our theme music is Track 18 from Nine Inch Nails' wonderful ambient album Ghosts, which Trent Reznor graciously made available under a Creative Commons BY-NC-SA license. But for some time now, it has been an original composition by our very own Graeme McMillan: this update is overdue!

Customer Reviews

One of the best comic podcasts in the Universe!

Graeme and Jeff are two of my favorite comic book commentators anywhere. I'm thrilled their show is finally available in iTunes. Anyone looking for a new comics podcast should give it a try-- if you like intelligent, witty commentary on comics, you'll immediately be hooked-- and will find yourself, like me, listening to all the episodes so far in a very short amount of time! Can't wait for more shows.

Most fun I have in my ear

This is the one podcast I anxiously await every week and is the first one I listen to when it pops up on my iPod. Ostensibly about comics, it invariably veers off in myriad directions (most often in the direction of the Waffle Window), and it is always entertaining. It is obvious that Jeff and Graeme really enjoy each other's company and it feels like the podcast is excuse for them to catch up each week and talk about whatever's on their mind. Each regularly gets the other laughing, and I find myself laughing along with them. So much fun!

But there's more than just one-liners and wise remarks going on with this podcast. Jeff and Graeme have read a lot of comics, and they understand the medium quite well - able to break down why a story works or doesn't work in a manner that makes sense. They aren't just looking at these comics as escapist entertainment but are concerned with the craft of the creators and don't mind calling out writers and artists for narrative and artistic missteps (always done without vitriol and through the desire for "better" comics). And if a book really works - like the recent relaunch of Daredevil from Mark Waid, et al. - they are the first to prop it up as something worth their listeners' time.

I've learned a lot from listening to them and have discovered many new books I need to seek out and read. They cover a full range of comics, from the current crop of periodicals to classics like Kirby's Losers and the work of Steve Englehart - *choke* - who is a particular favorite of both Jeff and Graeme. For me, it's the one comic podcast that is consistently entertaining and informative, a hard thing to achieve.

If you like comics (or waffles), and you enjoy listening to a couple of friends having fun discussing them, this is the podcast for you.

-chris beckett

I will follow him..

Jeff Lester is my favorite commentator in comics. He comes across as a great friend that doesn't hold his opinions as law, but generally is smarter, funnier, and more self deprecating than you- glad this is finally on iTunes

Wait, What?
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  • Category: Literature
  • Language: English

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