August 19, 2012

ABCP 167 RETURNS TO GLORY

No mic problems, very few baby problems, a week in which we actually read comics, a new weird sponsor, a post-credits joke and some bitching about Secret Invasion make it feel like 2010 (or 2009 or whatever) all over again! Sure there's a couple of stray nose-blows that we might have edited out in the past, and sure there's some baby yips in there and sure there's no cat interuptions, but it's pretty close to good ol' old school ABCP.  "Ol' Old School?" Is that okay to say? "Ol' old" What about if you have an oldsmobile from when they used to make those? An Old Olds. An Ol' Old Olds. Now that's a spicy biscuits!

Git yours here! 

Oh and here's our messed up car:


11 comments:

Ziah said...

Sorry about your car, guys. I hope things bounce back.

Myles Lobdell said...

Great show! I appreciate how difficult putting together a show like this is for you two, and I just want to say thanks for the obvious effort and quality!

Marina said...

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Off to listen.

Jim B. said...

Quick post to express my happiness that you're back, my sorrow for your car, and my mixed joy-and-jealousy that you're at a "Doug Loves Movies" show. With nametag! Hope you'll get to tell us about your DLM experience soon.

Anonymous said...

Nice return to form.
Good show.

And Aaron- you shut your whore mouth.

There is Nothing good about Ultimate Spider-Man.

It's pandering vaudeville with no respect for the characters.

Ethan Hoddes said...

Cool story bro.

3d1e5bb6-cbc5-11e1-82a4-000bcdcb8a73 said...

Glad to hear another show so soon. I'd vote for shows as frequent as you can have them with a minimum baseline of quality. As the father of a 6 month old girl, I can absolutely sympathize with the difficulty finding extended periods of peace and quiet. At the same time, starting up last week's episode shortly after dropping my daughter off at daycare, I nearly drove off the road three or four times upon suddenly hearing a screaming baby--the "oh shit did I somehow forgot to actually drop her off at daycare" reflex is a strong one. In any case, it's good to hear you all back a bit more frequently. Best of luck with the car and general peace and quiet.

Psycho Judge Metal Gear said...

Quality show, keep rockin' folks

(I totes disagree about Catwoman though, was my fav new 52 run, that team has gone too soon)

Also, never get tired of that crap of the week metal theme, since I love the irony of the best music ever being used for the negative bit.

And don't worry about professionalism, it may be even funnier when its haywire. Kind of like how on Conan it's the funniest when things mess up on his show and he rolls with it.

Anonymous said...

Without ABCP
The Teen Patrol has fallen apart.
The club house is now a crack house.
The Patrol has traded in their comics for copies of guns and ammo and Jugs.

Heinous crimes and obscene violence abound- while some are sent to juvie a few of the more serious offenders are beig tried as adults!

I hope you can live with it.

j. davis said...

Just discovered your podcast after doing some wacky google searching. Hope to see some new episodes soon. I keep popping in from day to day. Most recent episode was a lot of fun.

My girlfriend (domestic partner according to MetLife) and I read comics and I do my best to meet both of our needs.

We are really digging Saga, Manhattan Projects, and Saucer Country.

Question: (sorry if you've answered this before) Where/in what way do you store your single issues? I'd like to have some easily accessible but it's a problem I haven't solved.

What I need is a non-functioning dentist's office attached to my house with a waiting room...with those little chairs...and a little table with...COMICS!

Comics said...

thanks for the post.