The Hangout articles


THE HANGOUT: February 1, 2016

THE HANGOUT: February 1, 2016

Alison and Karen delve into the importance of supporting casts through SAGA, werewolves and colorists in CRY HAVOC, environmentalist villains, and more on the latest episode of the Hangout. Featured comics this week also include Rachel Rising, Poison Ivy, Captain Marvel, Southern Bastards, Angela: Queen of Hel, Saga, and Phonogram. Follow The Hangout: @TheComicHangout

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THE HANGOUT: December 28, 2015

It’s the final Hangout of 2015, so Karen and Alison go over their favorite books from this year and what they’re most excited about for 2016. Join them for a year in review! The Hangout: @TheComicHangout Follow Alison: @VaGentlenerd Follow Karen: @karend_


THE HANGOUT: November 30, 2015

The Hangout recovers from jetlag and gravy-induced comas long enough to discuss some of the All-New, All-Different Marvel relaunches, the Witchy Women of Rachel Rising and Black Magick, and Karen challenges Alison to read Huck. We learn Saga is still excellent, then the girls give their picks of what’s out and what’s coming. Throughout the


THE HANGOUT featuring Christopher Sebela: LIVE at Tonopah Station, October 26, 2015

Christopher Sebela returns to the Hangout for a very special episode, broadcasting from the Tonopah Station Casino just up the road from The Clown Motel. Chris talks about the success of his new BOOM! Studios project WE(L)COME BACK, with Jonathan Brandon Sawyer, and shares a few stories and adventures from his month in the Nevada


THE HANGOUT: October 13, 2015

Tonight on The Hangout, an overdue recap of Baltimore Comic-Con, Karen shows off her fantastic new sketchbook, and Alison unveils THREE pieces of Ra’s al Ghul art plus the latest addition to her ever-growing Furiosa wall! And if you’re interested in comics talk: Jessica brings the Valiant love, Karen admits her new Archie obsession, and Alison can’t


THE HANGOUT featuring Christopher Sebela: August 30, 2015

The writer of High Crimes, Dead Letters, Ghost, and Escape From New York has made his way back to The Hangout to talk about his newest book WE(L)COME BACK! He discusses the Tumblr reaction the the book, role of the art team has played and the future of the mini-series. Follow Christopher: @xtop The Hangout: