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Teenage Wasteland Episode 72 – Criminal: The Sinners #5 and More!

This week on Teenage Wasteland…

I deliver two announcements (the show is a changin’ in a teeny, tiny aspect). Also, a nice talk and review of two DC Animated features, and a wrap up on Ed Brubaker, Sean Phillips and Val Staples’ Criminal: The Sinners.

Items Discussed
Green Lantern: First Flight
Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths
Potter’s Field
Criminal: The Sinners #5

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Teenage Wasteland Episode 59 – Best of 2009

It’s a marathon episode this week as myself and co-host Joe Aulisio rundown all that was great in comic books throughout the year of 2009. Plenty is discussed as we close out the exciting year and welcome 2010.


best comics

Amazing Spider-Man
Asterios Polyp
Batman And Robin
Beast
Chew
Criminal: The Sinners
Daredevil
Detective Comics
Echo
I Kill Giants
Incognito
Irredeemable
The Nobody
Parker: The Hunter
Phonogram: The Singles Club
Proof
Rasl
Savage Dragon
Scalped
Scott Pilgrim Vs. The Universe
Seaguy: The Slaves Of Mickey Eye
Strange Tales
Stray Bullets “Open the Goddamned Box” in Noir
Stuffed!
Sweet Tooth
The Umbrella Academy: Dallas
The Unwritten
Viking
Young Liars
best writers/artists
David Mazzucchelli
JH Williams III
Frank Quitely
Sean Phillips
Grant Morrison
Mike Carey
Ed Brubaker
best in podcast
11 O’Clock Comics
Comic Geek Speak
Crankcast
Creative Screenwriting Magazine
iFanboy
PKD Media Black Box
SModcast

The Uncanny X-Cast

Music is featured by Morrissey.

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Teenage Wasteland Episode 58 – Brubaker This, Brubaker That

More comics. More talk. More Brubaker love. You guys get the picture by now. Enjoy.


Books Discussed
Criminal: The Sinners #3
Teen Titans Lost Annual
The Contingent #4
Daytripper #1
Incognito TPB

Music featured is by The Foo Fighters.

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Geek Brunch 99 – Mashed Potatoes with Red Chili

The gang is back after a long hiatus. Mike Myers, Luke Foster and Ryan King talk about Criminal Sinners, Marvel The List books, Deadpool, Shang-Chi, Green Arrow/Black Canary, Booster Gold, I Kill Giants, Hulk Books, Son of Hulk, Skaar, Guardians of the Galaxy, War of Kings, Nova, Scalped, Unknown Soldier, Marvel 2099, Judgment Day and a special Hulk announcement. We discuss top Christmas shows, Monk, The Office, White Collar, Lost, some movie talk and lots of food. Eric Martin, we love you and miss you very much.

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Teenage Wasteland Episode 49 – Paranormal Activity & Comic Talk

One hour of movie & comic book reviews from your host, Alec Berry.

Items Discussed
Batman #692
Blackest Night: Batman
Criminal: The Sinners #1
Detective Comics #857
Fantastic Four #572
Following
Justice League of America #38
Paranormal Activity
Proof #23
Music featured is by PJ Harvey & Sneaker Pimps

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Comic Book Noise 147: The Best of 2008, Part One

Host Derek Coward takes a look at the ten best ongoing series, ten best miniseries, three series that are gone too soon and the top five one-shots.

A challenge is also made in the form of a new contest.

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Related Links:
Atomic Robo
Avengers: The Initiative
Black Summer
Countdown Presents Lord Havok And The Extremists
Criminal
DC/WS Dreamwar
Fantastic Four: Isla De La Muerte
Grendel: Behold The Devil
Helen Killer
Jamie Delano’s Narcopolis
Kill All Parents
Locke And Key
Madame Xanadu
Neozoic
Noble Causes
Perhapanauts
Proof
Skaar: Son Of Hulk
Speak Of The Devil
Suburban Glamour
The CBLDF Presents Liberty Comics
The Order
The Sword
The Vinyl Underground
Thor: Ages Of Thunder
Thor: Reign Of Blood
True Story Swear To God

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Sneak Peeks: Marvel Titles Shipping 12.4.08 (Part II)

Courtesy of Marvel, we have some preview pages for titles shipping Thursday, December 4th.

CRIMINAL #7
COVER BY: SEAN PHILLIPS
WRITER: ED BRUBAKER
PENCILS: SEAN PHILLIPS
INKS: SEAN PHILLIPS
COLORS: VAL STAPLES
NOTHING IS WHAT IT SEEMS AS THIS BAD NIGHT COMES TO ITS THUNDERING END!**
The conclusion of “Bad Night” spins a deadly web of lies and murder, as CRIMINAL’s new expanded format keeps the hits coming! What’s left of Jacob K.’s life has been ripped apart by a chance meeting on one bad night. But when all the things he’s been running from come to the surface, we may just learn the Jacob himself is much more than what he seems. And on top of this longer-than-usual length main story, CRIMINAL now features an expanded back-pages section, as well – with articles by Brubaker and other top crime writers, from novelists to screenwriters to comic writers. These noir articles can only be found in the CRIMINAL comics, not in any collections.
Mature Content/No Ads… $3.50

ETERNALS #6
COVER BY: DANIEL ACUNA
WRITER: CHARLES KNAUF & DANIEL KNAUF
PENCILS: DANIEL ACUNA
INKS: DANIEL ACUNA
COLORED BY: DANIEL ACUNA
LETTERED BY: TODD KLEIN
How many Eternals must die before Gilgamesh’s unbridled thirst for their blood is slaked? And how does he expect to ensure that immortals remain dead? As Ikaris grows weary in his attempts to awaken the memory of Philip Stoss, aka Phastos, the absence of Sersi may move him to take drastic steps. Plus, having lost contact with Makari, the Dreaming Celestial has initiated a fail-safe that could mean a spiraling end to all life on Earth! Time is running out, for the Eternals!
Rated T+ …$2.99

IMMORTAL IRON FIST #20
COVER BY: TRAVEL FOREMAN
WRITER: DUANE SWIERCZYNSKI
PENCILS: TRAVEL FOREMAN & RUSS HEATH
COLORED BY: MATT MILLA
LETTERED BY: DAVE LANPHEAR
EDITOR: WARREN SIMONS
Danny Rand’s life–it all comes down to this! The job title may be “Immortal Iron Fist,” but the individuals who take on that mantle are anything but. And after his 33rd birthday, Danny found out exactly why–when he came face to face with the Ch’i-Lin, a malevolent force that kills every Iron Fist at age 33. But why? And how was his predecessor, the long-lived Orson Randall, able to escape it? Danny better figure something out fast, or he’ll be trading in his costume for a green-and-yellow body bag! It’s the pulse-pounding conclusion of THE MORTAL IRON FIST, by Duane Swierczynski (CABLE) and Travel Foreman (ARES)!
Rated T+ …$2.99

MARVEL ZOMBIES 3 #3
COVER BY: GREG LAND & JUSTIN PONSOR
WRITER: FRED VAN LENTE
PENCILS: KEV WALKER
INKS: KEV WALKER
COLORS: JEAN-FRANCOIS BEAULIEU
LETTERED BY: VC – RUS WOOTON
EDITOR: BILL ROSEMANN
The epic battle of Zombie vs. Robot shambles on! All that stands between the flesh-crazed armies of the Marvel Zombies and the entirety of the Marvel Universe is…Aaron “Machine Man” Stack? And if he has to shoot, slice, explode, melt, dissolve, chop, crush, dismember, fry, electrocute, bludgeon, blast, harpoon, and, of course, insult every super-powered cannibal in the Zombieverse, well, that’s just what he’s gonna do. But unbeknownst to him, the Zombie Kingpin has already hatched a fiendish plot to ensure that all of the M.U. will be consumed by an undead apocalypse!
Parental Advisory …$3.99

MOON KNIGHT: SILENT NIGHT #1
COVER BY: CLAYTON CRAIN
WRITER: PETER MILLIGAN
PENCILS: LAURENCE CAMPBELL
INKS: LAURENCE CAMPBELL
COLORED BY: LEE LOUGHRIDGE
LETTERS: VC’S RUS WOOTEN
EDITOR: AXEL ALONSO
“A CHRISTMAS DREAM”
You’ve been good? Tell that to Santa. You’ve been naughty? Look out for Moon Knight! Christmas Eve. A time for family. A time to dream. For Moon Knight’s sometime paramour Marlene it’s a chance to sit by the fire and dream of a future in which her boyfriend isn’t a borderline psychotic vigilante. But for Moon Knight, it’s just a night like any other — and tonight he’s got his sights on a pair of hitmen who picked the wrong Santa to kill.
48 PGS./One-Shot/Parental Advisory …$3.99

PUNISHER MAX X-MAS SPECIAL #1
COVER BY: CHRIS BACHALO
WRITER: JASON AARON
PENCILS: ROLAND BOSCHI
INKS: ROLAND BOSCHI
COLORS: DANIAL BROWN
LETTERS: VC’S CORY PETIT
EDITOR: AXEL ALONSO
“AND ON EARTH PEACE, GOOD WILL TOWARD MEN”
It just wouldn’t be Christmas without the Punisher, now would it? There’s no room at the inn for a mobster and his pregnant wife who are on the run from rival gangsters, but lucky for them Frank Castle is in a giving mood. Though keeping them alive won’t be easy, what with three vicious gun-toting wise-guys and a wacked-out pimp named Shepherd all hot on their trail. But then nobody ever said Christmas miracles came easy, did they?
Explicit Content …$3.99

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Marvel Noise Episode 29: Daredevil 100, Page 17 Panel 6

New releases (by our host) and Bring ’em Back (by Backwards Dave) are joined by reviews from Equinox (Chris Chavez) and Vernson (Rob)! We also have a voicemail from Carlos and Mr. Chavez chimes in again with thoughts on Secret Invasion!

Sadly, there is no Marvel Tales this week. What, I’m on vacation!

Titles mentioned include Amazing Spider-Girl, Amazing Spider-Man, Criminal, Nova, Punisher, Wolverine, and New Mutants.

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Marvel items on sale, 4.9.08

Comics

AMAZING SPIDER-GIRL #19
COVER BY: RON FRENZ
WRITER: TOM DEFALCO
PENCILS: RON FRENZ
INKS: SAL BUSCEMA
“There Can Only Be One!” (Part 1 of 1)
At last—the battle you never thought you’d see—Spider-Girl versus Araña! ‘Nuff said!
Rated A …$2.99

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #556
COVER BY: CHRIS BACHALO
WRITER: ZEB WELLS
PENCILS: CHRIS BACHALO
INKS: TIM TOWNSEND
“Sometimes It Snows In April” (Come on it’s a Prince reference from 20 years ago! The day of the massively unhip editor is upon us) continues with Spidey caught in the middle of two ancient threats that are conspiring to take him and the city itself down.
Plus, Carlie trapped at the Police Station with someone after her blood!
Rated A …$2.99

Avengers Fairy Tales #2 (of 4), $2.99
Civil War Chronicles #10, $4.99

CRIMINAL #2
COVER BY: SEAN PHILLIPS
WRITER: ED BRUBAKER
PENCILS: SEAN PHILLIPS
It’s the second of three standalone stories, as CRIMINAL’s new expanded format keeps the hits coming!

In previous arcs of Criminal we’ve met the man who killed him, and we met his only surviving son… now meet TEEG LAWLESS, thief, murderer, and all around bad mother-#@$%er. Fresh from two tours in Vietnam, Teeg arrives home in 1972 carrying the baggage of war, a drug habit, and an unpaid debt to a local mob boss that’s now long overdue. *“Before the Living End”* tells how he goes about finding a way out of his problems and back into the life of crime.

And on top of this longer-than-usual length main story, CRIMINAL now features an *expanded* back-pages section, as well – with articles by Brubaker and other top crime writers, from novelists to screenwriters to comic writers. These noir articles have become a popular piece of the CRIMINAL package, and are something that can only be found in the comics, not in any collections.
So don’t miss out on this second *standalone* issue of the most acclaimed crime comic on the stands!
Mature Content/No Ads… $3.50

Dead Of Night Featuring Man Thing #3 (of 4), $3.99

FANTASTIC FOUR #556
COVER BY: BRYAN HITCH
WRITER: MARK MILLAR
PENCILS: BRYAN HITCH
INKS: PAUL NEARY
That’s the problem with Utopias—they’re all-too-often built on a foundation of human tears. When an organism designed to abolish war is set into motion, and it decides that the only way to accomplish its objective is to eliminate anyone who could possibly pick up a weapon, there’s only one foursome to turn to if humanity is going to survive!
Rated T+ …$2.99

Hedge Knight 2 Sworn Sword #6 (of 6), $2.99
Iron Man Poster Book, $6.99
Marvel Adventures Hulk #10, $2.99

NOVA #12
COVER BY: ALEX MALEEV
WRITER: DAN ABNETT & ANDY LANNING
PENCILS: PAUL PELLETIER
INKS: RICK MAGYAR
The New Mutant Warlock returns in an issue that propels Nova back into ANNIHILATION: CONQUEST! Still threatened by his deadly Phalanx virus, Richard Rider finally reaches Kvch, the never-before-seen Technarchy homeworld. But are the “parents” of the Phalanx still there – and can Nova even reach them? And are you ready for the comeback of the former New Mutant know as Warlock? Join writers Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning and new ongoing penciler Paul Pelletier (FANTASTIC FOUR) for another chapter of the saga that has Wizard saying “If you’re a fan of out-there sci-fi with a superhero twinge, you should strap yourself in for a ride with the Human Rocket’s series.”
Rated T+ …$2.99

PUNISHER #56
COVER BY: TIM BRADSTREET
WRITER: GARTH ENNIS
PENCILS: GORAN PARLOV
“VALLEY FORGE, VALLEY FORGE,” PART 2
Garth Ennis concludes his seminal run on PUNSHER — in style.
Eight men who know exactly who Frank Castle is…and how to fight him. Eight men who know that, no matter what they throw at him, he won’t fire back. The Punisher has faced many threats in his day, but never one like this. A Special Forces Squad has been tasked to bring him down, by all means necessary, and his only hope for survival might be crossing a line he swore he’d never cross.
Explicit Content …$2.99

Soleil Sampler, AR
The Last Defenders #2 (of 6), $2.99
Twelve #3 (of 12)(2nd Printing Chris Weston Variant Cover), $2.99

WOLVERINE #64
COVER BY: RON GARNEY
WRITER: JASON AARON
PENCILS: RON GARNEY
“GET MYSTIQUE” Part 3
Spinning out of the decade’s biggest X-Men event, Wolverine embarks on a personal mission to hunt down MYSTIQUE. But what do you do when the person you’re chasing, the person you’re dying to kill, chooses to hide behind an army of American soldiers? That’s the question Logan is asking himself, and the answer will be explosive. Plus, Wolvie pulls a bank heist in 1920s Kansas City, but all does not go according to plan.
Parental Advisory …$2.99

Collections

FALLEN SON: THE DEATH OF CAPTAIN AMERICA TPB
COVER BY: JOHN CASSADAY
WRITER: JEPH LOEB
PENCILS: JOHN CASSADAY, DAVID FINCH, ED MCGUINNESS, JOHN ROMITA JR. and LEINIL FRANCIS YU
Where were you when Captain America died? Perhaps you were listening to the radio or reading the morning paper. Maybe you were surfing the web or on the phone with a friend. You were probably shocked, most likely thinking, “How could they? How could this happen to Cap?” And for a moment, you perhaps thought about all the ways the super soldier meant something to you. Something very real, very abiding. FALLEN SON: DEATH OF CAPTAIN AMERICA follows the reaction of the legendary heroes’ best friends and closest comrades as they struggle to work through the emotions stirred by the loss of their ally, and the stages of grief that make them confront the part they may have played in that loss. Wolverine. The Avengers. Hawkeye. Spider-Man. Iron Man. All have their own sense of loss, their own levels of grieving. This is their story. This is Cap’s story. This is our story. The story of a Fallen Son and the world he helped make a better place. Collecting FALLEN SON: WOLVERINE, FALLEN SON: AVENGERS, FALLEN SON: CAPTAIN AMERICA, FALLEN SON: SPIDER-MAN and FALLEN SON: IRON MAN.
Rated T+ …$13.99
ISBN: 978-0-7851-2842-7

MARVEL ADVENTURES HULK VOL. 2: DEFENDERS DIGEST
COVER BY: JUAN SANTACRUZ
WRITER: PAUL BENJAMIN
PENCILS: DAVID NAKAYAMA and STEVE SCOTT
The Green Goliath continues to smash his way through his own Marvel Adventures title! See how brilliant scientist Bruce Banner was cursed to transform into the rampaging Hulk! Dr. Strange, the Silver Surfer and Namor all arrive on the scene, concluding in an all-new Defenders team-up adventure! Most important, thrill to the Hulk smashing everything in sight! Collecting MARVEL ADVENTURES HULK #5-8.
All Ages …$7.99
ISBN: 978-0-7851-2643-0

MARVEL ADVENTURES SPIDER-MAN VOL. 9: FIERCEST FOES
COVER BY: DAVID NAKAYAMA
WRITER: FRED VAN LENTE
PENCILS: CORY HAMSCHER
The all-new, all-ages, all-action fun continues! It’s wall-to-wall mayhem in the Mighty Marvel Manner with four original tales of everybody’s favorite teenage wall-crawler! Featuring Doctor Octopus, the Green Goblin and Venom! Plus: Will Harry Osborn succumb to his family’s evil legacy and don the guise of the Goblin? Collecting MARVEL ADVENTURES SPIDER-MAN #33-36.
All Ages …$7.99

NEW MUTANTS CLASSIC VOL. 3 TPB
COVER BY: BILL SIENKIEWICZ
WRITER: CHRIS CLAREMONT
PENCILS: BILL SIENKIEWICZ and BOB MCLEOD
The New Mutants face a demon menace and befriend an alien misfit! A rock concert pulls them into the orbit of a multi-galaxy music star, then the team, with Cloak and Dagger, is drawn into a deadly exchange program…of super-powers! Plus: Hellfire Club intrigue and early steps on the path of reformation by Magneto! Action, romance, family reunions and a fairy tale! Anything else? Oh, right, guest-starring the X-Men! Collecting NEW MUTANTS #18-25 and ANNUAL #1.
Rated A …$24.99
ISBN: 978-0-7851-3119-9

WHAT IF?: CIVIL WAR TPB
COVER BY: MARKO DJURDJEVIC
WRITERS: DAVID HINE, ED BRUBAKER, KEVIN GREVIOUX, CHRISTOS GAGE, GREG PAK, CHRISTOPHER YOST, JEFF PARKER, and PAUL TOBIN
PENCILS: MARKO DJURDJEVIC, GUSTAVO, HARVEY TOLIBAO, JUAN SANTACRUZ, LARRY STROMAN, CLAYTON HENRY, FRED HEMBECK, LEONARD KIRK, and RAFAEL SANDOVAL
Marvel once again poses the question, “What If…?” What if Annihilus had not been defeated in the outskirts of our galaxy, and instead had brought his devastating alien armada to Earth? What if Iron Man had lost the Civil War? What If Captain America led all the heroes against the Superhuman Registration Act and Henry Gyrich became head of S.H.I.E.L.D. to take them down? What if the Hulk had landed on a peaceful planet, as the Marvel heroes had intended when they exiled him into space? Or Banner had landed on Sakaar instead of the Hulk? Or the Hulk’s warrior bride, Caiera the Oldstrong, had come to Earth seeking vengeance instead of her husband? What if Vulcan had become Phoenix? And finally, what if Spider-Man and Wolverine became the most efficient two-man killing team in the world? Collecting WHAT IF? ANNIHILATION, CIVIL WAR, PLANET HULK, X-MEN and SPIDER-MAN VS. WOLVERINE.
Rated A …$ 16.99

WOLVERINE: THE DEATH OF WOLVERINE PREMIERE
COVER BY: HOWARD CHAYKIN
WRITER: MARC GUGGENHEIM and JASON AARON
PENCILS: HOWARD CHAYKIN
Following up on plot threads left over from CIVIL WAR: WOLVERINE, this new story promises to take Marvel’s feral mutant to the limit – and beyond! With Wolverine reduced to a brain-dead vegetable, you’d think that was the end of Wolverine’s adventures – but it’s actually just the beginning of Wolverine’s greatest challenge yet. Guest-starring Iron Man and Dr. Strange! Plus: Wendell Rayfield is a recently divorced, down-on-his-luck ex-cop who’s looking down the business end of a 40 with no hope for the future and with demons from his past still haunting him at every turn. All he has going for him is his new job. A job that involves a very large machine gun, a hole in the ground, a certain hirsute mutant and several thousand bullets. We all know what damage Wolverine can do with his claws, but how dangerous can he really be when all he’s able to do is talk? Wendell Rayfield is about to find out. Collecting WOLVERINE #56-61.
Parental Advisory …$19.99
ISBN: 978-0-7851-2611-9

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TOP BOP and ROW – November 9, 2007

TOP – Criminal #10
BOP – Vinyl Underground #2
ROW – Immortal Iron Fist #10

Top Of Pile (the comic that I am looking most forward to reading): Criminal #10 is the conclusion of the second story called Lawless. This was another great chapter and it is easy to see why it won Eisner Awards for Best Writer and Best New Series. This Ed Brubaker guy can put together a pretty good story. The ending of Lawless was not what I was expecting, but that is a good thing. Too often crime stories either end with everybody dead or with an ending that the Comic Code Authority guys would be happy with. I’m happy to say that Lawless ended logically. Unfortunately, the next issue of Criminal won’t be out until February while Sean Philips finishes Marvel Zombies 2. However, I’m not complaining because when it comes back, there will be a longer page count. If you haven’t been reading Criminal, pick up the trade of the first story arc called Coward, which is out now. The Lawless trade should be out in time for Christmas.

Bottom Of Pile (the comic that I have high hopes for and I want to take my time and savor it): There’s something that I want to set straight about this title. The writer is Si Spencer who everyone touts as a writer of the BBC series Torchwood. The only problem is, his story was never actually made for Series One and it doesn’t look like it is on the schedule for Series Two. This is a minor point and doesn’t really affect the quality of Vinyl Underground, but in almost everything that I have read about this series, that fact is thrown out there. There are a few similarities between Torchwood and Vinyl Underground, but nothing that could be considered blatant trademark infringement. The first issue entertained me enough to want to really read the second one. The story that is being told seems like it would be better suited as a BBC show simply because of all the references to music. I like it so far and I will be sticking around for at least the first story arc. This book should be read with some Northern Soul or Stax R&B in the background.

Read Of the Week (The best thing that I read this week): I know that this is supposed to be a superhero comic book, but it reads like a Kung-Fu epic. I wasn’t really into getting this title because as much as I liked the old Power Man/Iron Fist series and the Iron Fist mini by Jurgens and Guice, I was done. I didn’t think that there was anything that could be done with the character that could make him interesting again. I was wrong. I am a big believer that the way to rejuvenate superheroes is to strip away all of complexity and focus on their core. It has worked for Batman (who is more detective than he has been in a long time), Hulk (forget the MPD and spy stuff, once he got back to smashing things he started to regain his popularity) and now it is working with Iron Fist. He’s a Kung Fu guy and he should be doing Kung Fu things. Now that he’s back to doing Kung Fu things, he’s good again. Of course it doesn’t hurt to have Matt Fraction and that Ed Brubaker guy writing those Kung Fu things. And David Aja should be the biggest star in comic book art. I never read much by the guy before, but now I’m a fan. The first six issues are collected in a trade called The Last Iron Fist Story, pick it up.

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Comic Book Noise Bytes – October 10, 2007

TOP – Black Summer 3
BOP – Atomic Robo 1
ROW – Criminal 9

The ROW had a lot of competition this week. I talk about them in a little more detail.

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