Digital Strips 215 -Book Club Templar Arizona Episode 2

It is Monday morning once again and fat orange cats around the world are upset about it. Fans of Digital Strips Book Club on the other hand, could not be happier because another episode is ready for their auditory consumption.

This week we continue our in-depth look at Templar Arizona, a very well established, beloved and brown comic by Spike. I’m learning a lot about the comic and myself at the same time as I read it. I just wish I was learning more about dinosaurs as well. Because that makes learning about anything fun, even math. 2nd grade taught me that.

Still haven’t gotten much feed back on this format, one way or the other, so please, let us know what you think of Digital Strips Book club. Inquiring minds want to know.

Not much in the way of show notes this week but here’s what we got.
Edmund Finney
Order of the Stick


8 thoughts on “Digital Strips 215 -Book Club Templar Arizona Episode 2

  1. Hey guys! Just found the show about a week ago, so I’m kind of going backwards in the podcasts, but I really dig the Digital Strips Book Club. Keep that going, please. Actually, my only complaint is that the podcasts aren’t longer, Anyways, keep up the good work,

  2. If you can do something to keep our wives busy a few hours of the week while we record and Steve edits the thing, then a longer podcast you shall get!

    Wait, forget I suggested that.

  3. Careful what you ask for, you just might get it. There’s a reason I take so long to edit our ramblings into something that makes sense.

  4. I just finished reading Chap 2. I agree that a lot of the talking parts could be shorter. Spike’s dialog is incredibly sharp and fun to read, but too much and it loses momentum. Oftentimes webcomics feel like a work-in-progress, and I wouldn’t be sad to see some pages cut for the print version. Overall though, I really like this comic and glad the show introduced me to it.

  5. The song in the middle of this episode is “Why Bother” by I Fight Dragons.

    Our intro music is “So Sweet” By Ruby Shuz.

    I’ll try to do better about getting the break music in the show notes.

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