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This week special guests Zac Thompson and Emily Horn join us to talk about their upcoming Vault Comics series No One's Rose out March 25th. We get into the nitty-gritty, discuss science fiction, and more!

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AIPT Comics Podcast Episode 61: C2E2 & ‘X of Swords’ surprises plus Zac Thompson and Emily Horn talk ‘No One’s Rose’

We deep dive on new Vault Comics series ‘No One’s Rose’, discuss C2E2 X-Men panel news, and more.

This week special guests Zac Thompson and Emily Horn join us to talk about their upcoming Vault Comics series No One’s Rose out March 25th. We get into the nitty-gritty, discuss science fiction, and more!

Before we dive into the interview, Forrest and I recap the biggest news of the week, discuss Dan Didio’s departure and the crumbles of new info that have come out, discuss new publisher Bad Idea expanding its launch from 20 to 50 stores, contemplate how the Coronavirus may affect the convention season, discuss news nuggets from Friday’s C2E2 which includes new X-Men news, and more!

Top Books of the Week

Forrest

  1. Grimm Noir #1 (W: Gerry Duggan, A: Ron Garney)
  2. X-Men #7 (W: Johnathan Hickman, A: Leinil Francis Yu)

Dave

  1. Grimm Noir #1 (W: Gerry Duggan, A: Ron Garney) 
  2. Far Sector #4 (W: N.K. Jemisin, A: Jamal Campbell)

This week our favorite cover art is by Guillem March for Harley Quinn #71 and Mike Del Mundo for Daredevil #19. Check out the full art below.

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