Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Episode LXXII - How Hollow's Eve?

Before the "Witching Hour" arrives, you've got to survive the "Bitching Hour." Halloween may be upon us, but someone's still got a touch of the Ebeneezer Flu. Believe it or not, yet another zombie comic has arrived on the stands, and those brain-addled assemblymen of assistics the Comic Book Haters have unsurprisingly decided to 'review' it. Click here to thrill to the proceedings, or forever wonder the current status of your favorite fictional "reality" drama.

Thursday, October 26, 2006

Outside the Comic Book Haters' Studio #7: Evan Dorkin Part Two

The Comic Book Haters, ever seeking to further appreciation and dedication to the cartoon arts (except for Schooly), are proud to present the second (and final) installment of their interview with Evan Dorkin. Many listeners were left wondering how this meeting would end, and those who have not gone on to more fruitful pursuits may now gain passage to the denoument. Or perhaps other French concepts would be more appropriate.
Don't worry about it. Click here to gain insights towards a beautiful world.

Monday, October 23, 2006

Episode LXXI - Insert Ironic Reference Here

Please, for the love of God and all that is Hateful, do not comment on this entry. Though your words are welcome and respected, perhaps your kindness does more harm than good. For what good is kindness if one has not tasted the sweet sting of Mother Hate? No, dear listener, comment not... for showing us your love merely emphasizes all that which we hate. We who are doomed to Hate must never learn to love.

Daddy's got a drink on, and he's heading down the pub. Join him, won't you?

Friday, October 20, 2006

Outside the Comic Book Haters' Studio #6: Evan Dorkin

For the first half of our two-part interview with Dorkin, hosts DJ Sloofus and Schooly G were reprimanded for the usage of their nomes de plum. Living conditions within Atlantic City were also discussed, as well as the merits of the original Fishbone lineup. Eventually the topic of conversation finds its way to comics, and the latest issue of Dork is given a close look. Click here to hear the first half, and return next week for the second installment.

Tuesday, October 17, 2006

A Celebration Unheralded!

If you're looking to the Comic Book Haters podcast for any form of entertainment whatsoever, it's obvious that you're content to look elsewhere as well. Might we suggest these other portals of individuality?
The implied regret of the Comic Book Haters and unknown response from other parties involved is almost palpable.

Click forward, to bentcorner.com for mental imaginings; to the News Holes for pithy, 'current topic' commentary; My Bad Thoughts for transcontinental cartoon hijinx, or to witness the Al Wiseman Blog triumphantly feasting upon the departed corpse of June Comics. The inquisitive amongst you might attempt to solve the "Mystery of the Missing Cappy."

The Dopefiend carries interesting transmissions, and Jimmy Robinson is putting out a new Bomb Girl series right now. Tons of comics are coming out every month, as well. It's a good time to enjoy some real art. But don't forget about Mother Nature.

Monday, October 16, 2006

That Seventieth Episode

To celebrate their seventieth episode, the Comic Book Haters enlist the aid of old pal the Groove Machine. Keeping with the retro theme, the GM takes the Haters on a whirlwind tour of all things seventy-ish, with stops along the musical and pop cultrural highways. Join in on the fun, and lament the passing of the "Free" decade, whichever one that was. Also, if you'd like Umbrellaman to return, please email thecomicbookhaters@yahoo.com and beg him. His self-inflicted exile until the CBH podcast "Almost" doubles its subscription numbers continues to roll on... Click here to travel back in time.

Saturday, October 14, 2006

Episode LXIX - Continued

Here's the remainder of our review of "Civil War" #4. The way we see it, the original series was delayed without much reason, so why the hell shouldn't our review of it? Yeah, yeah, we didn't think anyone would buy that line. Then again, it's a wonder that anyone bought this series in the first place. Join DJ Sloofus and Schooly G for some old fashioned hatin', and dare we say it, just a little bit of .... love?

Thursday, October 12, 2006

Episode LXIX - An Extremely Lackluster Effort

With all the humility a statement of such magnitude bequests, we submit to you the greatest single podcast ever recorded. The Comic Book Haters community and fanbase has come to expect only the choicest ingredients, finest hops, and richest barley. As such, we know you've developed an extremely distinctive palate. Pour a glass of your finest liquor, ignite a fresh cigar, and enjoy this.... our finest effort.

Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Episode LXVIII - It's Gonna Take a Latta Love

The world's most lovable Hating Podcast returns with the latest installment, a fascinating look inside the minds of two creative geniuses. Grant Morrissssson and Robert Crumb are both given the patented 'Hating' treatment, which is soon to be available in a ready to use home formula. Last episode's shocking revelation by Schooly left many listeners feeling unsettled, despite the fact that no one actually listened to it. Regardless, the boys have returned again this week with yet another glimpse into the funnybooks world. Click here to obtain your copy, or drown in a pool of regret while waiting for iTunes to play catchup. Viva la Revolucion! Also featured are Umbrellaman and special "Guest Hater" Josh Latta of myspace.com/lattaland. Here's the link, friends.

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