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Join Dave and Forrest as they break down All-Star Superman by Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely in their AIPT book club. What works, what doesn't, and can we ever expect a sequel? They break it all down.

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AIPT Comics Podcast Episode 67: Comic Book Club issue 2: Hey Now You’re an All-Star, Superman

Join Dave and Forrest as they break down All-Star Superman by Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely in their AIPT book club. What works, what doesn’t, and can we ever expect a sequel? They break it all down.

Starting off the show is a break down of the top comic book news of the week to keep you up to date and connected. At the top of our news, Diamond is to resume paying publishers with partial payments and deferrals, Humanoids shifts books to September and fall, Marvel still releasing collections digitally, Dan Didio reveals his biggest DC regret and it involves the New 52, SDCC announcement coming soon if they will cancel due to the coronavirus pandemic, Kevin Eastman will be hosting a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #1 Facebook Live anniversary meet up, and finally, you can now nominate your favorite comics for the 2020 Ringo Awards!

In the All-Star Superman book club portion of the show, we talk about our favorite art from the series so far. Check it out below!

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