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Every two weeks your host Greg and his co-hosts Leon and Rahul discuss comics in all their forms; monthly issues, collected volumes, graphic novels, newspaper strips, film tie-ins, TV tie-ins, flip-books, pictures scribbled on the backs of napkins... If it tells a story in sequence through art and text, rest assured we'll have something to say about it. If you have questions or comments, please reach us at acecomicals@gmail.com or on twitter at https://twitter.com/AceComicals If you like wha ...
 
Bristol Unpacked with Neil Maggs brings you fascinating and challenging conversations from characters of all stripes on big topics facing the city and beyond. Brought to you by the Bristol Cable, a new kind of newspaper for Bristol 100% community owned by 2,200 members. Join them for just £1 a month and own your media. thebristolcable.org See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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We're back with season 4 of Bristol Unpacked. We kick-off with a conversation with leading local sports coach Rayan Wilson. Rayan has been involved in training amateur and elite athletes in Bristol and beyond, and chats with Neil about the ongoing controversy over taking the knee and how clubs can do better at nurturing diverse and inner-city talen…
 
In this episode, Greg, Leon and Rahul are joined by special guest Marvyn For the fifth and final installment in our epic discussion and breakdown of BATMAN: KNIGHTFALL. Presenting “BATMAN: KNIGHTSEND” Following the events of “KNIGHTQUEST: THE CRUSADE” and “KNIGHTQUEST: THE SEARCH” , Bruce Wayne has returned to Gotham. Alfred has gone. Jean-Paul val…
 
In this episode, Greg, Leon and Rahul discuss the following comics: LA MANO DEL DESTINO THE STRANGE WORLD OF YOUR DREAMS HAHA #1-4 THE MANY DEATHS OF LAILA STARR #2 ORPHAN AND THE FIVE BEASTS #2 Send any questions or feedback to acecomicals@gmail.com. And also please subscribe and leave us a review! If you like what we do please consider donating t…
 
In this episode, Greg, Leon and Rahul are joined by special guest Marvyn For the fourth installment in our epic discussion and breakdown of BATMAN: KNIGHTFALL. Bane has been defeated by a new, darker, reckless and more violent Batman and now he rules the night. Jean-Paul Valley for better or worse wears the cowl… What follows is our discussion and …
 
A pub landlord, a socialist, a porn producer, an anti-lockdown advocate, and a tree lover: The five candidates from smaller parties or independents running for City Hall. Interviews with the smaller party or independent candidates in the running for Bristol mayor: Sean Donnelly, independent (01:53), Tom Baldwin, Trade Union and Socialist Coalition …
 
In this episode, Greg, Leon and Rahul special guest Nigel to discuss the following comics: THE OLD GUARD: TALES THROUGH TIME #1 THE MANY DEATHS OF LAILA STARR #1 DEADLY CLASS THE SWAMP THING #1-2 ORPHAN AND THE FIVE BEASTS #1 Adittionally, Leon gives us a brief review of the new MORTAL KOMBAT movie -Nigel also gives a project update for his upcomin…
 
Marvin Rees is standing for the third time as a candidate for Bristol mayor. Having lost in 2012, Rees came back to comfortably win in 2016. Now after 5 years in office, Rees has a record to promote and to defend, attracting a lot of support and criticism from diverse quarters. In this in-depth interview, Neil and Marvin get into the personal, poli…
 
Caroline Gooch is hoping for a dramatic improvement on the party's 2016 result of 8,000 votes to clinch the mayoralty, and then work to scrap it by referendum in three years. Neil and Caroline talk about her professional background in the pharmaceutical industry, being the only women in the running and what the Lib Dems are offering voters. See aca…
 
In this episode, Greg and Leon discuss the following comics: THE SILVER COIN #1 review begins at 40m20s TWO MOONS #1-2 review begins at 1h00m8s There's also some light discussion at the beginning of the episode concerning: -TRUTH: RED, WHITE AND BLACK and it's connection to THE FALCON AND THE WINTER SOLDIER with spoilers for Episode 2 THE RECENT RE…
 
The Greens are positioning themselves as the rightful heirs of Bristol’s green and progressive credentials. But having come fourth place in 2016, they have a hill to climb. Neil and Sandy chat about who will ‘get things done’ for the city and whether the Greens can cut through to the electorate. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out informa…
 
Its hard to say that the Conservatives have a strong electoral record in the city, but the businessman and former councillor Alastair Watson thinks he has a shot at unseating Marvin Rees on May 6th. Neil and Alastair chat about the recent protests and policing and what he say’s he’ll do as mayor. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out inform…
 
In this episode, Greg, Leon and Rahul discuss the following comics: BRZRKR #1 (Review Begins at 38m08s) ULTRAMEGA #1 (Review Begins at 50m49s) And advance review of the upcoming Tillie Walden collection from Avery Hill, ALONE IN SPACE this book is currently available for pre-order here! and set for release 10th June 2021 (UK) 6th July 2021 (US) (Re…
 
Dr Shawn Sobers has been one of the key people behind groundbreaking documentary and community media exploring race and community in Bristol for some time. Now an Associate Professor at UWE’s Film and Journalism Department, Shawn is also on Bristol’s History Commission. Set up by the mayor in the wake of the toppling of Colston, the commission has …
 
There’s often rumbles of ‘intergenerational divides’, whether it's over Brexit, if younger or older people ‘have it easier' and so on. At the same time, in a rapidly ageing population, older people are often neglected or sidelined unfairly and unnecessarily according to Ian Quaife of Bristol Older People’s Forum. Neil and Ian dig into the issues an…
 
In this episode, Greg, Leon and Rahul are joined by special guest Marvyn For the third installment in our epic discussion and breakdown of BATMAN: KNIGHTFALL. The Bat is broken, Gotham is firmly in the venom enhanced iron grip of Bane. What comes after? A new deadlier Batman? Here we witness the birth of a darker more violent guardian of Gotham, a …
 
Big appointments, fan dissent and the trials and tribulations of covering Bristol City FC with Bristol Live’s dedicated club reporter, Gregor Macgregor. Neil and Gregor chat about nurturing talent, why City struggle sometimes and what’s next for the south Bristol team. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
The government has stepped up their so-called ‘war on woke’ in the ongoing contest for Britain’s historical memory. With Bristol finding itself at the centre of the debate, Neil chats with the director of the city’s most celebrated event, St Pauls Carnival, on whether patriotism can ever be inclusive to include pride in diverse communities, or is i…
 
In this episode, Greg, Leon and Rahul discuss the following comics: ETERNALS (2021)#1-2 TRANSFORMERS: BEAST WARS #1 SNOW ANGELS #1 HAHA #1 Notes: David Kaye! The voice of Megatron in the original Beast Wars: Transformers television show, reads a portion of the new Beast Wars comic that we discuss here! Send any questions or feedback to acecomicals@…
 
A self-declared thorn in the side of the mayor’s administration, Clive Stevens has just stood down as a Green Party councillor in the city, due to stress brought about by the pressures of the job. Well regarded across party lines, Clive is a stickler for detail and a campaigner for greater transparency from a mayoral administration that he says is …
 
As a long-standing Labour councillor for Easton, Afzal Shah has been navigating the changing face of the neighbourhood and its diverse communities, including the recent dispute about the future of St Marks Road. But his recent appointment as the council cabinet member for Climate, Ecology and Sustainable Growth means an even bigger challenge: The s…
 
In this episode, Greg, Leon and Rahul are joined by guest Dr Vicki Madden, as they once again dive into the masterworks of Junji Ito! This time our discussion is centered specifically on his series, TOMIE. Beginning life in a Shōjo magazine in 1987 this comic won him the Kazuo Umezu award in 1989 and went on to spiral through 20 chapters and 9 film…
 
Ade Williams is a bit of a celebrity pharmacist. Both around his pharmacy in Bedminster, South Bristol and speaking up in the media for a community-minded approach to healthcare. Neil and Ade talk about the practicalities and emotions of the vaccination effort, and the background and reasons for high levels of scepticism or ‘vaccine hesitancy’ acro…
 
Content warning: Mention of sexual assault in prisons, self-harm and suicide. Steffi made national news with her story of transitioning gender later in life to officially becoming a woman while deciding with her wife to stay together. Steffi Barnett has a fascinating story, is a prominent activist for LGBTQ+ rights and awareness-raising, a radio ho…
 
In this episode, Greg, Leon and Rahul are joined by special guest Marvyn For the second part of and epic discussion and breakdown of BATMAN: KNIGHTFALL. "ABANDON ALL HOPE YE WHO ENTER HERE" Pandemonium. All the demons of Arkham are loosed turning Gotham into the capital city of hell! Presiding over it all, Bane and his cabal like Satan and his peer…
 
There's a theory that in recent years some parts of the working class are being badly let down, and have sought answers elsewhere - contributing to the rise of right-wing populists and policies. This week we talk to Nick, one of the founders of ACORN, the community union who's main focus is on housing justice, but with much bigger ambitions to genu…
 
Content Warning: Discussion of suicide Listen up, particularly men and boys. It's dark, it's wet, there’s a pandemic on. It's taking its toll, particularly on mental health. But there is light, and no it's not Boris Johnson’s cavalry. It's your friends, family and other support and networks you can access and build. This week we’re chatting to Desm…
 
HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! our first episode of 2021 is a look back over the comics that we loved, discovered and found comfort in throughout 2020. So here it is, we discuss the definitive list of books that helped us here at Ace Comicals get through the year! Our best of 2020: BOWIE: STARDUST, RAYGUNS & MOONAGE DAYDREAMS FINGER GUNS SUPERMAN SMASHES THE KL…
 
In this episode, Greg, Leon and Rahul are joined by Marvyn once again for a christmassy conversation where they subject four holiday centric comics, one each, to tough seasonal scrutiny! There can only be one winner... This episode includes the following seasonal comics: Michaelangelo: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle #1(1985) Incredible Hulk (1962) #37…
 
Last week we had the Tory challenger for Bristol Mayor, and this week we have a Labour party stalwart, councillor and cabinet member for children services Helen Godwin. Helen recently lost the Labour election to be the candidate for West of England Metro Mayor but is still a big player in local party politics as council cabinet member for women and…
 
As the debate around the legacy and current effects of racial injustice rages, some Conservatives of colour are speaking up in rejection of what they see as the dominant ‘woke’ views. Samuel Willams, the mixed-heritage Tory hopeful for Bristol’s mayoralty in May 2021 is one such voice. He chats with Neil about feeling patronised by the Left, being …
 
In this episode, Greg, Leon and Rahul are joined by special guest Marvyn to kick off an epic series! A discussion and breakdown of BATMAN: KNIGHTFALL. We begin with the comics that introduce key concepts and characters to the Batman continuity and the comics that serve as the gathering of clouds over Gotham City heralding the storm ahead... We pay …
 
What does it mean to be Bristolian? Makala Cheung, born and raised in Knowle West of South-East Asian heritage, is a musician and creative director of the Filwood Centre in the South Bristol heartland. Listen in with Neil as they explore the ongoing debate of who is or isn’t Bristolian, the rise in racism against Chinese people since COVID, and how…
 
In this episode, Greg, Leon and Rahul discuss their highlights across 100 (officially numbered) episodes of Ace Comicals! along with the the following comics: REDBONE: THE TRUE STORY OF A NATIVE AMERICAN ROCK BAND SCARENTHOOD #1 SEA OF SORROWS #1 Greg also talks breifly about the THOUGHT BUBBLE 2020 DIGITAL COMIC CON Thanksgiving is coming up for o…
 
Tony Dyer has been around the political block in the city as mayoral, MP and councillor candidate for the Green Party. The Hartcliffe raised activist cannot attract the usual stereotypes associated to the party. With first hand experience of some of the most deprived places in Bristol and the UK, why did he never join Labour and where does he see p…
 
Arts and culture is taking a massive hit as the fallout of the pandemic continues. Emma Harvey is the outspoken CEO of the renowned Trinity Arts Centre and is at the forefront of the struggle to defend and champion the sector as a whole, and stick up for grassroots community culture while big city centre venues dominate the headlines. See acast.com…
 
In this episode, Greg and Rahul discuss the following comics: The Flood That Did Come Crossover #1 Bloodborne #1-4 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Last Ronin #1 There's also some talk about The Haunting of Bly Manor, but nothing spoilery. Last time Greg and Leon discussed Love On The Isle Of Dogs. This week Greg mentions the kickstarter for the f…
 
Happy Halloween!! In this episode, The Loft Dweller takes over once again with this years spine chilling list of Halloween comics... DC: The Doomed and The Damned Dracula Motherf##ker! I Walk With Monsters #1(This is a preview, and the comic will be on sale Nov 25, 2020! so get it ordered at your LCS!) Send any questions or feedback to acecomicals@…
 
In this episode, Greg and Leon discuss the following comics: Love On The Isle Of Dogs Blue In Green Bliss Send any questions or feedback to acecomicals@gmail.com. And also please subscribe and leave us a review! Ace Comicals T-Shirts! check out our merch shop! If you like what we do please consider donating to us at https://ko-fi.com/acecomicals. A…
 
In this episode, Greg and Leon discuss the following comics: The Glass Wall(This is an advanced review, and the comic is currently on Kickstarter so if you like the sound of it go and back it! the book is set to ship 11/2020) Norse Mythology #1 Legend of the Swamp Thing Halloween Spectacular #1 Department of Truth #1 Send any questions or feedback …
 
As a leader of Bristol’s Black and Green project, Zakiya is bringing a background in broadcasting and research to connect the inner city with the natural environment. Featuring on BBC 4 and across many platforms with writing, Zakiya is a Jamaican born in London and lived most of her life in Jamaica and brings a fresh perspective on many issues, and…
 
In this episode, Greg, Leon and Rahul discuss the following comics: GIGA #1(This is an advanced review, and the comic will be on sale 21/10/2020) THE AUTUMNAL #1 BIG GIRLS #1 THE DEVIL'S RED BRIDE #1(This is an advanced review, and the comic will be on sale 14/10/2020) SEVEN SECRETS #1-2 LOCKE AND KEY: IN PALE BATTALIONS GO #1 Send any questions or…
 
From childhood experiences of being in care and bounced around different schools, to appearing on the front page of the Bristol Post last week talking about knife crime, Lawrence Hoo has a lot to say - often in poetry form. As part of the Cable's Black History Month coverage, Neil and Lawrence talk about the renaming of Colston Hall to Bristol Beac…
 
Public concern about climate change is at an all time high. Yet we are still hurtling towards, and seeing the beginnings of an unimaginable crisis. Among those standing in the way is Chloe Naldrett and Extinction Rebellion, sometimes naked sometimes not. Though criticised as extremists and criminals by some, and dismissed as naïve and counterproduc…
 
In this episode, Greg and Rahul are joined by special guests Nigel and Tazziii of the Mayamada Story X Story Podcast to discuss the incredible and essential WEAPON X comic. This story was originally serialised in the Marvel Comics Presents anthology book issues #72-84. it was part of Marvel presents vol 1 that ran for 175 issues between 1988-1995 b…
 
The famously humorous Hartcliffe local was a city councillor in the 1990s, and then getting re-elected in 2016, bringing professional experience to the role of city council cabinet lead for housing. Credited with doing a good job but now standing down to lead a large housing association, Neil Maggs asks have the council cosied up to big business an…
 
In this episode, Greg and Leon discuss THE OLD GUARD in its entirety! They dive into: THE OLD GUARD the first five issues at the genesis of it all and THE OLD GUARD: FORCE MULTIPLIED the second five chapters in this epic tale, alongside THE OLD GUARD the awesome netflix adaptation. *WARNING: * We go straight into a full detailed, sweeping discussio…
 
Desmond Brown, on reforming the criminal justice system and being called a ‘police informant’ Now at the forefront of conversations to reform the criminal justice system locally and nationally, Desmond Brown is an advocate for racial justice, especially since the Tasering of Ras Judah by police in 2017. Desmond has been accused by some of being a p…
 
Children's futures almost stolen, inequality made worse by algorithm and education in the time of COVID-19 in some of the UK's most deprived neighbourhoods. This week Neil talks to Samantha Williamson, the Principal of Merchants Academy. The school responsible for educating children from Reception to 18 in Withywood and Hartcliffe, areas recognised…
 
Krazy is a rapper, producer and broadcaster, and a force to be reckoned with. As a white man he has been accused of cultural appropriation, despite growing up with in the scene. Was the way that Wiley was treated after his anti-semitic comments also racist? Draper discusses a video that went viral this week, where he punched a bigot. Last Man Stand…
 
In this episode, Greg, Leon and Rahul discuss the following comics: PULP THE RED MOTHER #1-7 FINGER GUNS #3-4 THE IMMORTAL HULK Greg Also discusses his adventures with his BATMAN: ELSEWORLDS collection There's also some discussion surrounding DOOM: ETERNAL, FALL GUYS and Leon gives us his thoughts on the 10th Anniversary of SCOTT PILGRIM VS THE WOR…
 
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