Friday, July 27, 2007

CBH: Annual #1

Inspired by a once-mighty comic book tradition which now lay dormant, slowly withering on the vine, the Comic Book Haters present to you their very first "Annual." Consider this an 'extra' episode this week. Not because of the expediency of its delivery, but rather for its plethora of insight, information, and opinions. In an era which the monthly installmant (ironically referred to as 'chapbooks' by the uber-literates) is about as environmentally potent as a three-legged mammoth wading in knee-deep in tar, what chance can its retarded older brother, the Annual, have? Discover the answer to all of these questions, and more, within the pages of the Comic Book Haters' Summer Annual #1.

5 Comments:

Blogger Rick said...

Could this be the best episode ever? I would seriously put it in the top five. The main show was good. The crank call was fantastic. The listener submission about Green Lantern was great. Fake Peter Rios once again hit it out of the park. I'm waiting for the dude to suck, but it hasn't happened yet. I cannot believe how funny his segments are.

Seriously guys, this episode was really good.

7/27/2007 09:11:00 PM  
Blogger Schooly said...

Thanks for the kind review. I should probably give the episode a listen.

7/28/2007 12:42:00 AM  
Blogger Ryan O'Hara said...

Schooly's right about that price being a rip-off for that few pages of story. There shouldn't have been more story, it should have been less money.

Is Ask Fake Peter Rios going to be on at the end of every episode? Or, could he replace Cappy, please?

7/30/2007 10:09:00 PM  
Blogger Schooly said...

Our lawyers have been in touch with FPR's agent as well as Cappy's pimp. A deal is in the works.

7/31/2007 12:10:00 AM  
Anonymous Sloofus said...

FPR will not be on the next episode, but he will be on the one after that. I had already made the episode when he sent it in, so all of his fans will have to wait. Maybe we can convince him to do a full length special?
-Sloofus

P.S. What the fuck is wrong with the forum?

7/31/2007 09:00:00 AM  

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