Merry Christmas and happy other holidays as well! Luke, Devin and a whole bunch of friends are here to provide you with an hour of feel good Christmas time fun! When Luke is a Scrooge and Devin is despairing, what will two angels do to help and improve their spirits? Find out in this somewhat ill conceived Christmas special!
This week Luke and Devin talk about some Santa times like when he got the Infinity Gauntlet, when he died, when he died again, and when he went to 1980s New York City which is the living death!
Universes and Issues Explored:
- Earth-42409 – Marvel Holiday Spectacular
- Earth-8336 – Bizarre Adventures #34
- Earth-83234 – Bizarre Adventures #34
- Earth-8337 – Bizarre Adventures #34
- Earth-8642 – Bizarre Adventures #34
Our theme music is by Vibe Leviathan and our cover art is by Kyle Latino.
Check out the image gallery after the jump!
Luke and Devin try to celebrate the holidays, but when a guest goes missing and with seasonal depression lurking like a horrid monster, will Luke and Devin be able to find the holiday spirit – or will they die trying?
Mayor Wertz as The Ghost of Christmas Future
Rhythm Bastard as Rhythm Bastard
Daniel Kibblesmith as The Ghost of 2009
Dylan Roth as A Recording of Dylan Roth
Chad Bowers as Chad Crosby
Chris Sims as Chris Bowie
The Columbus Voice Modulated Choice as The Yule Lads
Alex Kazanakas as The Ghost of Vincent Price
Lucas Brown as A Recording of Lucas Brown
An Editorial Note:
The holidays are a special time but they can also be horrific for some people. I personally deal with season depression which has been casually making itself part of my holiday traditions for the past few years now. When I recognized that I’ve been able to handle it better.
Originally we planned on having the inconsistent seasonal depression as more of a through-line – but plans changed. We had a lot of weird and fun guests, so our goal wasn’t to treat seasonal depression – or non-seasonal depression, flippantly, in case it comes off that way. We just became focused on 1. stringing all of the prerecorded bits together and 2. not having to rerecord anything to get this done on time.
If you do struggle with depression, or you don’t have family or friends you can comfortably see during the holiday season, my thoughts and prayers are with you and I’ll be there for you as best I can. If you need to reach out to someone this holiday season, I’m here, so feel free to do so.