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    Comics Syllabus: Farewell for Now

    By | July 3rd, 2018
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    A farewell… for now. Paul is redirecting his podcasting energies to start “Mother Box: A New Gods and Jack Kirby’s Fourth World Podcast” with Matt Lune, as well as to appear weekly on the Comics Alternative and pursue other endeavors. This episode is a fond farewell as the Comics Syllabus podcast goes on indefinite hiatus, with heartfelt thanks to all the guests, listeners, friends, and Multiversity colleagues who’ve made this podcast a total joy for the past two years.

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    Comics Syllabus may be back in the future or on occasion, but for now, Paul’s signing off. Look for “Mother Box” to come soon (and fill in this every-other-Tuesday slot at Multiversitycomics.com), and look for Paul and his friends at Multiversity, as well as on the Comics Alternative podcast weekly review episodes.

    And thanks for listening! Let’s keep reading.

    (Track art is a drawing of Paul by wonderful artist Max Sarin)

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    Paul Lai


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