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This week, special guest Elsa Charretier talks her latest Kickstarter art book, her part in helping launch middle-grade Star Wars comics at IDW, her upcoming sequel with collaborator Matt Fraction November vol. 2, and so much more! Before we get to that, Nathan Simmons joins David Brooke as they recap the news, review the best of the week, and discuss the week ahead.

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AIPT Comics Podcast Episode 63: Guest Elsa Charretier shares her Kickstarter approach, drawing Star Wars, and her 2020 projects

A discussion on the latest news including coronavirus’s impact on comics, how to help your local LCS, and more.

This week, special guest Elsa Charretier talks her latest Kickstarter art book, her part in helping launch middle-grade Star Wars comics at IDW, her upcoming sequel with collaborator Matt Fraction November vol. 2, and so much more! Before we get to that, Nathan Simmons joins David Brooke as they recap the news, review the best of the week, and discuss the week ahead.

There is a lot of news to discuss this week including the latest comic stores that will carry Bad Idea comics, Mariko Tamaki is the new Wonder Woman ongoing writer, Steve Orlando is going to Marvel, the latest on coronavirus cancellations for a number of comic book conventions, how you can help your LCS during these trying times, the creative ways creators are hosting their on virtual comic conventions, Superman Vs. the KKK is getting a podcast in the form of old radio shows, Shang-Chi #1 coming this June, and finally, February sales are in!

Plus we talk about our recommended self-quarantine comics to read while we hunker down at home.

Top Picks of the Week

Dave

  1. Marvels Snapshot: Sub-Mariner #1 (W: Alan Brennert, Kurt Busiek, A: Jerry Ordway)
  2. Thor #4 (W: Donny Cates, A: Nic Klein)

Nathan

  1. Decorum #1 (W: Jonathan Hickman, A: Mike Huddleston)
  2. Cable #1 (W: Gerry Duggan, A: Phil Noto)

Our favorite cover at goes to Yasmine Putri’s variant for Robin 80th Anniversary Spectacular and Jorge Jimenez’s art for Batman #91 is hailed too.

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