Sitting between a chant of some religious slant and a song from some other country base outside of Australia, there was a slither of a slot for the Comic Shop to pop up on the radio.
Blitz in and out again, covering about a whole half hour, the Comic Shop boys were on Macarthur's C91.3FM
just recently. Tonight actually. Back there in 19:10 land gone past. And the talk invariably covered the look of the store and the comics whatnot from the perspective of a radio host who only believes in The Phantom.
Superman's little "It's a bird. It's a plane. It's Superman!" from the old timey TV show kicking off the segment. Chris, Jason and Tom all there to represent the store.
"Turbines to speed," from the Batman TV show audio grab breaking the half point begs a question. How do you get to an intransitory position which in actuality isn't one at all but instead just a place to get somewhere else. If even.
The show's audio intros almost looked like a skewer toward the DC hand if not for the Lone Ranger getting in a heel there.
Caller Paul didn't help on that front though. He was on about Superman, the Justice League and the Justice Society of America.
Marvel love coming from the shop itself. Nice work on Jason prefixing Stan Lee as a co-creator on the House of Ideas. Just wouldn't seem like the right thing if he'd gone with the "creator" slip. And Tom's aside to caller Paul was deftly put.
Caller Hank sure missed out on prime time to hijack the listener call in segment they had for a flash. Instead, harping on about Kabuki
and automatically dismissing manga when thrown at by the host. That Hank needs some more misdirection when on the air on the phone on the radio. Next time you blue furry.
Dash off on the sign off and the plug for the shop's location (in addition to being in Liverpool) slides in before the cut off.
But where is the library people? It's right next to the Comic Shop
it is. That's the way it's around, not the other.