HORNS & WINGS: An Issue-By-Issue Saga Podcast

HORNS & WINGS: An Issue-By-Issue Saga Podcast

Published by: Horns & Wings
2 Episodes | First Released: May 31 '19
Oh hey there, gals, guys, and otherwise! Welcome to HORNS & WINGS, a weekly love letter to the greatest comic in the whole danged galaxy: Saga. Read along with Noah (Polyphonic) and John (Make Stuff) as they break down every brilliant detail in the series, issue-by-issue. Whether you picked up issue #1 on launch day or yesterday, WHO CARES. This thing's a celebration and exploration for ALL the fans (and a fantastic way to finally jump into the series, too, nudge nudge). So stop reading this intro and start listening to us talk about space sex and junk, thanks.
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EBeth2007
Jun 27 '19
Rating:   10
YAAAASSSSSSSS

I don't have any IRL saga friends - so excited to nerd out about my favorite comic with these guys!!!!!!

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Jenniferruth
Jun 26 '19
Rating:   10
Fun to hear analysis of my favorite comic

This is a great idea for a podcast. I do not NEED to reread the issue before listening, but it does make listening more enjoyable. Both hosts have insights into the art and story. Since it is so hard to go spoiler-free, and you both clearly want to say things, you might consider doing a spoiler zone at the end, as I hear on many other podcasts. Really, haven’t most of us read it all by now? Won’t anybody read them all immediately once started? Who could resist getting straight to the end of nine? Anyway I enjoy hearing you talk about it!

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Jerozsa
Jun 22 '19
Rating:   6
Too Long & Must Have Recently Read to Follow

While the host are able to review the comic in detail, there is barely any story information. For the most part, they seem to just be entertained by their own opinions about the book and less interested in the actually writing and story. They’re also repetitive which is annoying when it takes them over an hour to cover one. single. issue. If I had recently re-read the issue then I might have been more interested in their conversation. On the other hand, in their ridiculously long intro (that they chid you for not listening to in the episode about issue one) they make it seem like this podcast is good for people who want to review and don’t have time to reread. They even reference the idea that the majority of listeners won’t have read the comic. If they truly thought that would be their audience then they really took the w ring approach. I won’t be trying this podcast again unless I need something to go to sleep to.

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