One of the great things about comics is that there’s a story for everyone. A character for everyone. Or there can be, some groups are just more well represented than others. What can you do?

If you’re Joe Glass, you can go write a comic that has been popular enough to spawn a 400+ page omnibus release. I’d say that’s doing a little something to make sure that marginalized portions of the population can get some more and better representation wouldn’t you?

This episode is brought to you by everyone who has made The Pride possible. Which might even include you. Pick up your copy from your local comic shop, Amazon, or Joe’s personal pick Big Bang Comics.

Or you can prove to me that you read show notes by telling me that I have this offer to give away a copy in the show notes and I’ll enter you in a drawing for a free copy. Assuming I can ship it to you without costing me a small fortune, and if that’s the case we’ll work something out.

Learn such things as:

  • How do people possibly miss the point of this series?
  • How many things had Joe written before popping this wonderful series out?
  • Who is the worst group of fans in all of comics?
  • And so much more!

You can find Joe on Twitter @JosephGlass, on Instagram @joeglass, YouTube @JoeGlassComics, and his website Joe Glass Comics.

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Play Comics is part of the Gonna Geek Network, which is a wonderful collection of geeky podcasts. Be sure to check out the other shows on Gonna Geek if you need more of a nerd fix.

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Intro/Outro Music by Best Day, who hasn’t read this one yet.

Chris Osborne

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