Wed, 23 May 2012
You may have noticed that most days here at the Stack we don't always agree on everything.
Today is not one of those days.
Today we talk about Darwyn Cooke's neo-classic THE NEW FRONTIER, a book that all three of us admit is pretty much the greatest thing since sliced bread. And when you consider that with modern forged steel bread is really easy to cut on your own, this book might just be the greatest thing ever.
Join us as we talk about how amazing the New Frontier is.
We're not going to bother with the usual pattern of patter this week. The New Frontier is too goddamn good.
Enjoy the last episode of the Stack before we become the New Frontiercast, a weekly podcast about how The New Frontier is the greatest piece of literature in the history of humanity.
Seriously, folks, we love this book.