Pop Culture Hounding Ales Kot And Morgan Jeske

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We’re a bit late this time around, but it’s not entirely hopeless as Taylor and I take a deeper look at Dennis Hopeless’ two contributions to Marvel Now! Avengers Arena #1 and Cable & X-Force #1.

Taylor also chats with Ales Kot (Wild Children) and Morgan Jeske (Disappearing Town) about working together on their new mini-series Change from Image Comics. Plus we continue to enjoy our BrewDog Craft Beers with the rather potent Dogma.

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Taylor Lilley Twitter: @capelessT

Ales Kot Twitter: @ales_kot
Ales Kot Tumblr: aleskot.tumblr.com

Morgan Jeske Twitter: @MorganJeske
Morgan Jeske Tumblr: morganjeske.tumblr.com

Listen to our previous interview with Ales Kot here: popculturehound.net/pch-podcast-episode-3-with-wild-childrens-ales-kot

And you can read the prequel plus the first eight pages of Change here:

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