Jul 15, 2019
Jimmy recently read 3 new graphic novels from one of his
favorite comics publishers, Top Shelf Productions. They Called Us
Enemy by George Takei with co-writers Justin Eisinger and Steven
Scott and art by Harmony Becker is a stunning tale of Takei's life
in the Japanese intermment camps as a child during World War 2.
Takei walks us through his parents' struggle to keep their heads
up, his innocence during that time and what he learned after
growing up. It's a tale that will not leave you.
Highwayman by Koren Shadmi is a futuristic story of a man on a
journey trying to find out his purpose in life. In his travels and
over the years, he runs across what becomes a barren landscape and
very few people. But, he may find some just like him and he has to
decide if that's good or bad. Sometimes, you may not always want to
know your real story.
And finally, Penny Nichols by MK Reed and Greg Means with art
by Matt Wiegle is a super fun tale of a woman finding what she
wants to do in life. Stuck in job after dull job, Penny just wants
to find something meaningful to do. When she stumbles across these
amateur horror filmmakers, she thinks she may have found her
calling. That is, if she can get through all the fake blood and
Check out the episode to hear Jimmy's thoughts on all 3 of
these great graphic novels! Kudos to Top Shelf Productions for
consistently putting out such great content like this! After
listening, you'll soon be wanting to read all 3. Leave your
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Thanks for listening!