Comic Books and Graphic Novels – Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project – 8/20/2013

This week, Adam, Will, as well as Norm share their preferred comics and also comics, consisting of Planetary, Transmetropolitan, Y: The Last Male, as well as virtually whatever from Frank Miller. We additionally spoil the closing of the 1980s Newhart show at the end.

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20 thoughts on “Comic Books and Graphic Novels – Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project – 8/20/2013”

  1. My parents took me and a friend to 8mm in theaters when I was 12 or 13, that was almost traumatizing…

  2. Preacher…

    >_< When I was 10, I was waiting in the local library after school for my parents to be done with work. I liked to skim through the art and 'how to' sections for interesting pictures. Then I saw the Preacher comic with the Meatman. Preacher fans know what I'm feeling.

  3. “Crazy French Villain” = Peter Stormare. Great actor, Swede, watch him in The Brothers Grimm and you will think of him as the “Crazy Italian Guy”, so very versatile.

  4. This has reminded me exactly how much I love comics. I used to collect obsessively and read everything I could get my hands on, especially alt comics and small series. I LOVE every single work and artist you guys discussed, and it reminded me that I haven’t really been actively collecting for years. THANK YOU SO MUCH for re-igniting this forgotten passion!!!!!

  5. So does Adam like Ligne Claire comics? They are my favorite. Also hardboiled, OoooOoooOOOoooh!

  6. The little chitchat in the start about when the video where to be uploaded makes me feel as if you guys are holding back videos from us 🙁

  7. “Holy rusted mettle batman!The ground, it’s made of mettle and full of holes, get it?” Its been years but im pretty sure that was the line.

  8. Punisher Welcome Back Frank by Garth Ennis was the first comic I ever read and I freaking loved it I read it countless times.

  9. Thanks for mentioning Neil Gaiman’s connection to Douglas Adams, I just found his 2015 Douglas Adams Memorial Lecture and it was fantastic.

  10. I haven’t been able to read all of it yet but, I’m well over halfway through Bill Willingham’s Fables and, it’s great.

  11. So I’ve been watching since like 2014, and going back and rewatching some of these golden age episodes of still untitled is really fun and also makes me realise that time flies. I watched my first Tested video in elementary school and now I’m in university… ahhhhh

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