Pick of the Week Podcast

Pick of the Week #761 – Neil Gaiman’s Norse Mythology #3

Show Notes

It’s the last Pick of the Week of the year and the guys’ brains are tired, they can’t pronounce words, and Josh is grumpy and maybe hates comics again. It might take a Christmas comic book miracle — and some cookies and hot cocoa — to save the day!

Running Time: 01:04:34

Pick of the Week:
00:01:10 – Neil Gaiman’s Norse Mythology #3

00:10:23 – Batman Black & White #1
00:16:00 – Getting It Together #3
00:19:20 – Superman: Endless Winter #1
00:22:09 – Dark Night: Death Metal – The Last Stories of the DC Universe #1
00:29:36 – Marauders #16
00:31:14 – Bill and Ted Are Doomed #4
00:32:50 – Crossover #2
00:35:33 – The Comic Book History of Animation #1

Star Wars Corner:
00:37:50 – Star Wars #9

Patron Pick:
00:41:01 – Locke & Key / The Sandman: Hell and Gone #0

Patron Thanks:
00:48:59 – Alex Howard
00:50:21 – Carmine Puma

Year End Statistics:
00:51:23 – Picks of the Week By The Numbers!

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  1. I know it was a graphic novel, and therefore probably ineligible for the Pick of the Week end of year stats, but I was excited to see TKO get a pick with Sara. I am enjoying their output, and while it does seem to be a bit of place for movie pitches I am still enjoying them as comics.

  2. Just an uninformed FYI based on childhood reading memories:

    Freya is the Norse goddess with the chariot pulled by cats.(And Thor’s was pulled by battle goats)
    Frigga was Odin’s wife.

    Both were maybe once the same goddess but diverged into two separate ones but definitely Friday was named after them…or one of them…or…anyway they’re all just take offs of Venus the Roman goddess and original Friday namesake.

    I’m sure someone will “uhm actually “ correct the mis-info. And to that person, you’re welcome. Also I’m too lazy to Google read it up.

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