I am hosting the Oni Press Podcast! Here’s the pilot episode, which features Brian Hurtt & Cullen Bunn (The Sixth Gun), James Lucas Jones (Editor-in-chief of Oni); and Patrick Brower of Challengers Comics & Conversation in Chicago, IL. The podcast will hopefully be out twice a month and feature Oni’s best creators, some of their staff, and retailers from around the world. (link)
Also, here’s all my tour dates through the end of February 2014. I’m going to be a lot of places:
Middle of Nowhere – Comic Store Tour w/ Tribe One
Dec 4 – Kansas City, MO – Elite Comics (info)
Dec 6 - Omaha, NE – Legend Comics & Coffee (info)
Dec 7 – St. Louis, MO – Star Clipper (info)
Dec 9 - Minneapolis, MN – Highlander Games & Comics (info)
Dec 11 - Bloomington, IN – Vintage Phoenix Comics (info)
Dec 12 - Milwaukee, WI – Lost World of Wonders (info)
Dec 13 - Chicago, IL – Brainstorm Comics (info)
Dec 14 - Columbus, OH – Packrat Comics (info)
Dec 15 - Dearborn, MI – Green Brain Comics (info)
Dec 16 – Dayton, OH – Super-Fly Comics (info)
Dec 17 - Cleveland, OH – Now That’s Class (info)
Dec 18 - Pittsburgh, PA – Pittsburgh Comics (info)
Dec 19 – Louisville, KY – Haymarket Whiskey Bar (info)
JANUARY with Guests TBA
Jan 9 – Seattle, WA – The Lo-Fi w/ Death Star
Jan 10 – Portland, OR – The Analog w/ Kid Apocalypse
Jan 11 – Boise, ID – The Space Bar
Jan 12 – Salt Lake City, UT – Shred shed w/ Mark Dago
Jan 14 – Phoenix, AZ – Pub Rock w/ Mega Ran (tix)
Jan 15 – San Diego, CA – The Ruby Room w/ Doc Awk
Jan 16 – Las Vegas, NV – The Dive Bar w/ 3D6
Jan 17 – Los Angeles, CA – TBA
Jan 18 – San Francisco, CA – TBA
Jan 19 – Mt. Shasta, CA – TBA
February Comic Store Tour w/ Tribe One:
Feb. 5 – Charleston, SC – Captain’s Comics
Feb. 6 – Wilmington, DE – The Comic Book Shop
Feb. 7 - Somerville, MA – Comicazi
Feb. 8 – Baltimore, MD – Collector’s Corner
Feb. 9 – NYC – The Fifth Estate w/ Schaffer, Mikal kHill, & TBA
Feb. 10 – Syracuse, NY – TBA
Feb. 11 - Manchester, NH – Double Midnight Comics
Feb. 12 – Portland, ME – Geno’s Rock Club & Coast City Comics
Feb. 13 – Northampton, MA – Modern Myths
Feb. 15 – Richmond, VA – Velocity Comics
Feb. 16 – Charlotte, NC – The Milestone w/ Mikal kHill
Come out to deez shows.
ONI PRESS PODCAST SHOW NOTES
00:00 - Intro
02:07 - Conversation with Oni Press Editor-In-Chief James Lucas Jones
- James discusses new and current books
- BUZZ! - Spelling bee fight comic!
- A BOY & A GIRL - Robots & Romance!
- MERMIN V2 - All ages series about a fish boy! On land!
- SCOTT PILGRIM V4 Color Hardcover!
- John Allison’s BAD MACHINERY named one of Publisher’s Weekly’s Best Books of 2013 for Children’s Fiction! Volume 2 announced for Spring 2014! http://best-books.publishersweekly.com/pw/best-books/2013/childrens-fiction
- James talks about Legos, surprising no one.
- BRICK SHAKESPEARE - http://www.amazon.com/Brick-Shakespeare-Tragedies-Hamlet-Macbeth-Juliet/dp/162636303X
- LEGO SPACE - http://www.amazon.com/LEGO-Space-Building-Peter-Reid/dp/1593275218
- THE LEGO ADVENTURE BOOK V2 - http://www.amazon.com/LEGO-Adventure-Book-Vol-Spaceships/dp/1593275129/
- Euge and James talk about the holiday video game console wars
10:00 - Retailer spotlight with Patrick Brower of Challengers Comics & Conversation, discussing The Sixth Gun Hardcover release party on Friday, 12/6/13.
Challengers Comics & Conversation
1845 N Western Ave, Chicago, IL 60647
Hours: Monday 11:00 am – 7:00 pm
Winner of the 2013 Will Eisner Spirit of Comics Retailer Award! http://www.comic-con.org/awards/retailer-current-info
- The Sixth Gun release event will feature writer Cullen Bunn, artist Brian Hurtt featuring: Whiskey tastings! Cosplayers! A shooting gallery! And something so amazing that it cannot be mentioned due to legal reasons! Will start at 7pm on Friday, December 6th and will be 21+! If you’re in the Chicago area, BE THERE AND BE AWESOME OR REGRET IT FOREVER!!!!
16:44 - Interview with The Sixth Gun creators, writer Cullen Bunn and artist Brian Hurtt.
28:29 - Blah blah blah creative process. In more important topics, everybody weighs in on whether they are pro or anti Scrappy Doo.
35:50 - The boys discuss the brand new and mindblowingly awesome hardcover editions of THE SIXTH GUN, both the standard retail edition and the Oni Press exclusive GUNSLINGER EDITION! Out November 27th, collecting the first 11 issues aka the first two storylines!
40:50 - Outro
Check out the new album THE MIDDLE OF NOWHERE: http://adamwarrock.bandcamp.com/album/the-middle-of-nowhere
See Adam Warrock on tour!
JAMES LUCAS JONES - Oni Press Editor-In-Chief
- Oversized Hardcover, 9 x 13, matte paper
- Collects issues 1-11, both COLD DEAD FINGERS and CROSSROADS story arcs.
- Includes bonus materials including production artwork, the Christmas prose story THEM’S WHAT AILS YA, character designs, original pitch artwork, a foreword by writer John Layman (Chew) and more.
During the darkest days of the Civil War, wicked cutthroats came into possession of six pistols of otherworldly power. In time, the Sixth Gun. the most dangerous of the weapons, vanished. When the gun surfaces in the hands of an innocent girl, dark forces reawaken. Vile men thought long dead set their sights on retrieving the gun and killing the girl. Only Drake Sinclair, a gunfighter with a shadowy past, stands in their way. But the guns have a power… and a destiny… more terrifying than anyone imagines.
THE SIXTH GUN GUNSLINGER EDITION Hardcover V1:
Available exclusively and direct from Oni Press!
$120 - BUY IT NOW!!!!
- Limited to 1,000 unit print run, signed and numbered on an exclusive tip-in art page featuring General Hume!
- Includes THE SIXTH GUN Hardcover V1 with an exclusive “Krieg’s” book cover with faux leather and gold foil design.
- Comes with an exclusive Coffin Box with a dust jacket featuring new artwork with General Oliander Bedford Hume on the front, and a first person view from inside the coffin of the Four Horsemen on the back cover.
- Three exclusive 9 x 13 art prints by Brian Hurtt and Bill Crabtree
Written by Ananth Panagariya and illustrated & colored by Tessa Stone
ananthymous.tumblr.com / johnnywander.com / @ananthymous
hanna.aftertorque.com / @Rocketess
176 pages, softcover, 2-color interiors
Diamond Order Code JUL13 1212
Webster is a bundle of nerves headed into his first day of high school, but whatever academic and social horrors he feared are nothing compared to what’s in store for him as he stumbles into an unsanctioned street level spelling bee! And this ain’t no staged production, either – letters fly like jump kicks and the losers leave bruised and beaten more often than not! Soon he’s propelled into the fast-paced world of competitive spelling by the mysterious Outlaw King and his cohort the Black Queen. Does Webster have what it takes to get the spelling world buzzing? Find out in this word-based battle royale from web-sensations Ananth Panagariya (Johnny Wander) and Tessa Stone (Hanna is Not a Boy’s Name)!
A BOY & A GIRL
Written by Jamie S. Rich and illustrated by Natalie Nourigat
confessions123.com / @jamieESrich
natalienourigat.com / @tallychyck
176 pages, softcover, 2-color interiors
Diamond Order Code JUL13 1213
Travis and Charley have just met. It’s Charley’s last night in town, and Travis can’t let her leave without getting her to go on a date. In a future where real people are rapidly being supplanted by lifelike androids, sometimes one shot is all you get. Intelligence may be artificial, but the emotion is real in a futuristic romance from the writer of 12 Reasons Why I Love Her and the cartoonist behind Between Gears.
Despite Pete and the gang’s efforts to keep the fish-boy Mermin from making waves in their small town, he can’t help but stick out! An amateur team of paranormal investigators has their sights on Mermin, and they think he’s their chance to make it big! Meanwhile, Benni, Mermin’s round aquatic companion, is ready to spill the beans about their lives in the underwater kingdom of Mer, but perhaps things aren’t as simple as he says…
Shauna. Charlotte. Mildred. Three schoolgirl sleuths. Jack. Linton. Sonny. Three schoolboy investigators. Tackleford. One mid-sized city with a history of countless mysteries. Is there enough room at Griswalds Grammar School for two groups of kid detectives? There better be because once these kids set their sights on solving a mystery there’s nothing that can derail them. Nothing, except maybe gossip, classwork, new football player cards, torment from siblings, stolen jackets, teacher’s wives…
SCOTT PILGRIM COLOR HARDCOVER, VOL. 4: SCOTT PILGRIM GETS IT TOGETHER
Written and Illustrated by Bryan Lee O’Malley, Colored by Nathan Fairbairn
radiomaru.com / @radiomaru
nathanfairbairn.com / @nathanfairbairn
240 pages, hardcover, color interiors
Diamond Order Code AUG13 1387
The full color remastering of the Scott Pilgrim epic continues! It’s summertime, but who can relax? Scott’s relationship with Ramona Flowers is sweeter than ever, but he’s still got girl troubles, seven evil ex-boyfriends still want to kill him, and worst of all, now Ramona wants him to get a job?!? Kicks, punches, rock & roll, subspace, half-ninjas, experience points, samurai swords, girly action, and laughable attempts to seek gainful employment are all that stand in the way of Scott Pilgrim getting it together! Includes previously unpublished extras, deleted scenes, and exclusive bonus content, all in glorious color!
Here’s a few more photos of the monstrous THE SIXTH GUN VOL. 1 hardcover we showed off at New York Comic Con.
It collects issues #1-11 and features dozens of pages of bonus material including an illustrated prose story by Sixth Gun creators Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurtt, never-before-seen artwork and concept pieces, and way, way more!
Needless to say, you’re gonna want to clear some room on your shelves before December 4th.
Asked by whiskyjack
well… well first off, i’d say, seek professional help immediately. because i am wildly unqualified to answer your question with anything but experience. and first off, my experience says, if you are in such a deep and dark place where you say things like this to total strangers on the internet, you need to be in contact with someone that can help you start to heal.
second, i’d say… you’re wrong. i’d say the things any of us don’t know, especially about tomorrow, could blanket every grain of sand on every beach of the world with bullshit. And to simply assume you are done tomorrow because you are done today is a mistake. a factual mistake, an error, a critical miscalculation.
i’d say, read Tad Friend’s piece JUMPERS in which he seeks and finds and talks to people that jumped off the Golden Gate Bridge — and lived. And they all say the same variations this: “I instantly realized that everything in my life that I’d thought was unfixable was totally fixable—except for having just jumped.”
And know that this piece has kept me in my seat on more than a couple dark nights.
And i’d say — i’d say i felt that way before too, and i was wrong.
And then i’d tell you something i don’t even think my wife knows. this happend years before we met — shit, more than a decade — and it’s not the first time i came close to suicide was on a thanksgiving night. i’d eaten well and then as the house shut down i went into the bathroom, drew a bath as hot as i could manage to stand, and climbed into the tub with a razor blade.
As i started to cut, as the corner touched my skin and that jolt of pain fired into my head, i stopped and thought — y’know, last chance. Are you SURE?
And i was tired. I sounded like you, that i knew there’d be ups again and downs but i was just so fucking TIRED i couldn’t stand the thought of having to get there. I felt this… this never-ending crush of days that were grey and tepid but for some reason i was supposed to greet each one with a smile. the constant pressure of having to keep my shit in all the time was just exhausting.
I wondered, then — well, is there anything you’re curious about. Anything you want to see play out. And i thought of a comic i was reading and i’d not figured out the end of the current storyline. And i realized I had curiosity. And that was the hook i’d hang my hat on. that by wanting to see how something played out I wasn’t really ready. That little sprout of a thing poking up through all that black earth kept me around a little longer.
I realized then that it had been so long since i’d laughed. I was numbed out and shut down and just… i missed laughing. maybe if i laughed a little i could get moving again. so i’d wait for my comic to conclude, try to find a few laughs, and then reevaluate.
So I’m in the bathtub and i got this real sharp-ass razor, right? And i look down and there’s all my bits floating in the water like they do and i thought okay, let’s get funny and i got to work.
I shaved off exactly half my pubic hair vertically. The end result was a ‘fro of pubes that looked like a Chia Pet that only half-worked. I started to laugh as I did it. And every time i’d piss, looking down made me laugh.
Because JESUS what a nightmare.
Shortly thereafter I got very heavily into Chuck Jones and Tex Avery. Way less chafing and way more funny.
jesus. i was still in high school at the time. dig if you will a picture of the chubby weirdo that was always giggling at his dick in the bathroom. that was me.
And then I guess I’d tell you about Dave, who did the same thing as me a few years later, only DIDN’T have my hilarious Chia Dick strategy in mind and got the razor in and up. And as he started to bleed out “Brown Eyed Girl” came on the radio and he realized he’d never get to hear that again so, in a bloody comedy of errors — I swear to god this is true — he got out of the tub, tried to get dressed the best he could, went downstairs calling for help only to find his family gone, went out to his car, and drove to doug’s house only to find doug not home and so, then, finally, he blacked out from blood loss sitting there in his car, playing a van morrison CD on repeat, until, by luck, Doug’s mom came home and found him.
Fucking Van Morrison, y’know?
A song, a comic, something dumb, something small. From that seed can come everything else, I swear to god.
I guess last I’d say… I’d say that, look — if you reached out to me for an answer, than I have to reach back out to you and insist you hear it. Because it means, what, you know me? My work? You read my stuff and thought, well, fuck, if anyone would know why I shouldn’t end my life, if anyone alive is QUALIFIED TO SAVE ME it’s the guy that had britney spears punch a bear? okay — okay, then, so as THAT GUY I’m saying: Get help. Now, today, tonight, whenever — get to a phone and find a doctor that can try to help you heal, that can try to recolorize your world again, that can help you start caring again. All you need is that one tiny thing, that speck, that little grain of sand. the World Series, AVENGERS 2, Tina Fey’s new show, the first issue of PRETTY DEADLY, some slice of the world you’ve never seen, some drink you love, who the fuck will love your dog like you do if you’re gone, what if jabrams KILLS it on the new STAR WARS, the hell are you doing for Halloween, you ever feed a dolphin with your bare hand? because i have and I am fucking telling you IT IS A THING TO EXPERIENCE and oh god WHAT FUCKING FONT WILL STARBUCKS USE ON THE CHRISTMAS DRINK SLEEVES THIS YEAR — i don’t care what or how dumb but i promise you somewhere in your life is that one fleck of dust that can help start you on the road back. That’s all it takes. One fucking mote, drifting through your head.
And because you asked me I am answering you because i know, motherfucker, i know, i know, i know the hole you are fucking in because I was there myself and if you look hard you can still see my writing on those walls and if you stare long enough i swear to god it’s pointing to up
Oni Press is thrilled to debut THE SIXTH GUN VOLUME 1, GUNSLINGER EDITION at this year’s New York Comic Con!
Only 40 copies of this spectacular set will be available for sale at the show before it’s made available exclusively on OniPress.com December 4th.
Limited to 1,000 copies and exclusively available directly from Oni Press, this ultra-deluxe $120 package includes the oversized hardcover collecting the first 11 issues of the hit series housed in a specially-designed coffin box and limited edition dust jacket featuring the fearsome General Hume, a faux leather and gold foil cover, three full-color art prints, and a tip-in print signed and numbered by Cullen Bunn, Brian Hurtt, and Bill Crabtree!
Not only is this magnificent tome making its world premiere at Booth #1844 during NYCC, but Bunn and Hurtt will also be on hand signing on Friday from 2:00PM to 3:00PM and Saturday from 2:00PM to 3:00PM!
The Daily News has it’s strengths and it’s weaknesses. On the strengths side, back when I first lived in NYC, pre-internet, I could get west coast baseball scores in the Daily News. Which was a bigger deal than it sounds like now. On the weaknesses side is most everything else.
But when you nail it, you nail it.
As you may have surmised from the Instagrams and Vines and Tumblr posts of me losing my mind for the last month, I’ve attended and survived another Penny Arcade Expo, and I’ve been feeling pretty terrible about it.
Penny Arcade Expo (PAX for short) is the largest gaming show in the country… it’s so big that it’s now split into two conferences. PAX East (which happened in March) fills the Boston Convention Center and PAX Prime (which happened a few weeks ago) fills the Seattle Convention Center and all of the theaters and hotels in downtown Seattle.
To the extent that any gaming event can be described as “cool,” PAX is the coolest gaming event. It’s filled with fans who are there to celebrate things they love, it has none of the slick salesmanship of a trade show like E3, and only trace amounts of the competitive neckbeardery of a convention like Gen Con.
Even by PAX standards this was a pretty incredible convention for me. I announced a new game that I’m publishing and a number of publications called it best in show, I passed out tons of Werewolf sets, I spoke on five panels, Cards Against Humanity did a sold-out comedy show at the Triple Door, we launched the Bigger Blacker Box, and we built a 20-foot tall black cube outside of the convention center with a classical cellist inside. This year I even got upgraded to a VIP badge and was able to catch part of the Strip Search panel and the Omegathon for the first time.
Our booth at PAX took about three months to plan and we hired a team of people who were dedicated to the project. Our total cost (after buying space for the booth, building the booth, hiring staff, musicians, airfare, hotels, etc.) was about $150,000, which is more money that I or any of the Cards guys or anyone we know has ever spent on anything.
This isn’t unique to us either - most of my friends who come to PAX do their most original, creative promotions there, and spend months of work (and a small fortune) preparing for the show.
But now it’s two weeks later, and everyone I know (myself included) is pretty depressed about the whole thing, based entirely on a single comment by one of the founders of Penny Arcade, Mike Krahulik.
To understand what happened, you’ve really got to have some context. I won’t be able to give you all of that context in this post, but I recommend this Tumblr post which is so long and comprehensive that it had to be split into two parts: part 1 and part 2.
- Three years ago, Penny Arcade made a strip with a rape joke in it (a video game character says they’re “raped to sleep by the dickwolves.”)
- People on the internet were upset by the joke, and complained to Penny Arcade
- Penny Arcade (mostly Mike) made fun of those people and argued with them on Twitter
- Penny Arcade sold dickwolves t-shirts to troll the people who were upset about it
- About a year later, they apologized and pulled the t-shirts
Anyway, the “dickwolves” controversy was before my time at PAX, but even two years after the apology, it seems to just keep coming up.
After our panel on Sunday night, I was walking home to my hotel, and I caught up with Robert Khoo, the business manager of Penny Arcade. Robert and I talked shop for a little bit, and then at some point I congratulated him on an incident-free PAX, free (at that point) from any of the drama or controversy that always seems to pop up at these things. “Well,” Robert said, “there’s this panel tomorrow where I’m interviewing Mike and Jerry and we could still screw it up.”
And of course sure enough that’s exactly what happened. Robert asked Mike and Jerry if there was anything he had done that they regreted, and Mike said, “I think that pulling the Dickwolves merchandise was a mistake,” to a smattering of cheers in the audience.
I wasn’t at that panel, but word reached me that afternoon and I knew shortly after that a good amount of the work we had done for PAX had been washed away. After the show, nobody would remember the cube that I spent months designing or the cards and fortune cookies that we gave out, they would only remember that quote. I believe my exact words were, “Mike just fucked us.”
The next day, R. Stevens wrote:
It’s just so disappointing to see people I’ve known since we were all new and broke turn out to be such tone-deaf, old man bullies. [Mike is] Rush Limbaugh with tattoos. I could get over the original comic if they’d just moved on or apologized, but they had to make merchandise out of rape just to poke back at people and then encourage fans to wear it to a convention that supposedly has pro-woman policies,”
For Emma Story, a Penny Arcade fan who also designed and maintained the comic’s website from 2000 to 2004, this incident also proved to be the final straw. Story remained friends with Krahulik and Holkins after she stopped working for them, but this week, she publicly cut ties with Penny Arcade.
“Mike’s reaction when he’s criticized for this kind of behavior is always to comment on how he hates bullying, and how he sees himself as fighting back against a bunch of internet bullies,” Story told WIRED. For her, the primary conflict is about Penny Arcade’s continual abuse of power. “The unexamined privilege in [Mike’s] viewpoint is sort of breathtaking — the fact that a straight white male, a celebrity with countless followers who will agree with anything he says, doesn’t see that he is in a position of power over other significantly marginalized groups is almost beyond believing. What he is doing is bullying, no question, and it’s not excused by the fact that kids were mean to him when he was in school.”
In Krahulik’s mind, he’s still the underdog rebelling against an unfair world bent on keeping him down. Despite decades of success and influence, he’s never learned to distinguish between criticism and censorship or understood the relationship between power and personal responsibility. He’s an angry teenager with the clout of an industry baron, and he’s cultivated a horde of followers who respond to criticism with death and rape threats. This are the sorts of people Penny Arcade courts when it digs in its heels and goes to the mat in defense of its right to punch down.
So now it’s a few weeks later and tempers have cooled, but people (at least the people I know) are still not sure if they still trust Penny Arcade or will go back to PAX. A number of veteran Enforcers (the incredible volunteers who make PAX work) have told us that they’re done with PAX, vendors have pulled out of PAX East, and people want to know what we’re going do.
The way I see it, we have three options:
- Ignore Penny Arcade just enjoy the rest of PAX. PAX is more than Mike and Jerry, in my experience it’s a pretty incredible community.
- Boycott PAX. This is something that we’ve seriously considered, and the benefits are obvious: if we remove ourselves from PAX and any association with Penny Arcade, their PR blunders can’t hurt us.
- Protest. Protesting at PAX would mean participating in the convention and the culture, and using our place there to change it for the better.
I can rule out ignoring Penny Arcade and just doing PAX. This has been our strategy through the last few Penny Arcade controversies, and unfortunately it doesn’t seem to be working for us. We try harder and harder to do cool stuff at PAX and all anyone remembers after the convention is the drama. It’s also incredibly demoralizing for us; when Penny Arcade upsets people we get tagged too.
Boycotting PAX creates a huge problem as well: If all of the progressive people boycott PAX it will just become a carnival of rape culture and there will be no cool game show to go to.
That leaves us with the latter option, which is to protest. This year we put a “Safe Space” banner in our booth to indicate that we wouldn’t tolerate discrimination or harassment. Nobody came in to our booth wearing a dickwolves t-shirt, but if they did, we’d ask them to leave. If you’ve got a booth at PAX, I encourage you to display similar signs and adopt a similar policy. Here’s our print file if you’d like to use it. We will most likely be back at PAX East and PAX Prime 2014, but we’re going to use our place there to talk about what we think is right and fair, and welcome all kinds of gamers into our booth.
I’ll leave the last word here to Damion Schubert from BioWare, who absolutely nailed it:
To Mike, who is first and foremost a humorist, the Dickwolf shirt is a statement about free speech. Comedians of all stripes tend to be among the most vocal defenders of free speech you’ll find in the world, because it’s almost impossible to do anything other than the Family Circus unless you’re willing to offend someone. But in this case, the point was lost on Mike – the Dickwolf shirt was and is a bad idea because it effectively says to some in the audience (particularly women) ‘I’m on Team Rapist’.
Game culture is in desperate need of dedouchification, but you don’t change public opinion by preaching to the converted. You don’t need to sell girls on Geek Girl Con that the concept of ‘fake geek girls’ is broken and insulting. You don’t need to sell GaymerX attendees that trans gamers need understanding. You need to bring this understanding to the gaming audience at large. In America, that audience’s largest gathering is PAX.
Bank robbers rob banks because that’s where the money is. If you are an activist who wants to enact social change in the gaming community, you need to go where the gamers are. You can set up talks, you can challenge the PAX guys to give you a booth like they did AbleGamers, you can organize protests, you can set up debates, you can wear coordinated T-Shirts designed to shame and expose douchebaggery in all its forms. Or, you can run away and hope somehow that the problem fixes itself. Turning the largest american consumer-oriented gaming show into even more of a sausage fest makes it pretty unlikely that that’s going to happen.
You know how you beat a free speech zealot? Challenge him to give you the megaphone.
Still can’t stop staring and drooling at this Andy MacDonald / Nick Filardi HELHEIM #3 variant jam.