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The Three Hoarsemen (Episode 15): World Fantasy Convention Wrap-Up and the Media We’re Consuming

As December descends and the Holidays loom, John E. O. Stevens, Fred Kiesche and Jeff Patterson saddle up after FAR too long an absence for a guestless catch-up episode.

Jeff recounts his adventures at the World Fantasy Convention (sporting his homemade Three Hoarsemen t-shirt), and then the gentlemen discuss the books, comics, and shows that have been vying for their hard-fought entertainment time (and funds).

Even as an interim episode, it still runs close to an hour!

  1. The Real and the Unreal: What on Earth by Ursula K. Le Guin
  2. Vacuum Diagrams by Stephen Baxter
  3. Beautiful Blood by Lucius Shepard
  1. Bridge: Long Poems of the Extraordinary by Matt Bialer
  2. We3 by Grant Morrison & Frank Quitely
  3. The Wide Carnivorous Sky and Other Monstrous Geographies by John Langan
  1. Batgirl Vol. 1 by Gail Simone (DC)
  2. The Three-Body Problem by Cixin Liu
  3. Mouse Guard-Fall 1152 by David Petersen
  1. Schlock Mercenary 01: The Tub of Happiness by Howard Tayler
  2. Letter 44: Escape velocity by Charles Soule and Alberto Alburquerque
  3. Rat Queens, Volume 1 by Kurtis J. Wiebe, Roc Upchurch & Ed Brisson


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8 Comments on The Three Hoarsemen (Episode 15): World Fantasy Convention Wrap-Up and the Media We’re Consuming

  1. Jeff Patterson // December 4, 2014 at 9:27 am //

    I was WAY off on Flex Mentallo. It was 94. Morrison & Quietly also did All Star Superman.


  3. Paul Weimer (@PrinceJvstin) // December 4, 2014 at 10:11 am //

    I’ll get back to the East Coast, Jeff. Don’t worry.

  4. That’s from We3. A moving book, but I have a standing policy against silent manga panels.

  5. Sam Sykes (among other like-minded folks on twitter) talking about Rat Queens pushed me to get the first volume, which was a lot of fun. However, the artist has not been an exemplary citizen:

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