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Jan 11, 2019

On this week's episode of the Worst. Comic. Podcast. EVER!, we sit down with writer Joshua Dysart to talk about his new book, Goodnight Paradise, from TKO Studios.

Goodnight Paradise is a traditional murder-mystery set within the homeless community of southern California. From the book: "When down-and-out Eddie stumbles upon the body of a murdered teenage runaway, he vows to bring her killers to justice. His investigation brings him into the darkest truths of his beachside town, where he finds he may be the only one who cares enough to solve this murder."

In our discussion with Joshua, we find out that this story has been years in the making. We get the insights into what brought this all together now. We learn how artist Alberto Ponticelli and colorist Giulia Brusco brought their incredible talents to this project.

Now, if you are wanting to check this out, go to the TKO Studios site to pick up this story however you want to read it. You can get it as a trade paperback, as six individual issues, or as a PDF download. You can even read the entire first issue of this series (and all other TKO titles) for FREE! Seriously, try it before you buy it. How can you lose?

In addition to our interview, we have our weekly Pick 3 selections for next Wednesday, January 16. We try to guess Cullen's pick this week, and make some interesting choices.

We also have an exciting announcement for Planet Comicon coming up in March. Before you see it online next week, listen this week to get the news.

We would love to hear your comments on the show. Let us know what you've been reading or watching this week. Contact us on our website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or by email. We want to hear from you! As always, we are the Worst. Comic. Podcast. EVER! and we hope you enjoy the show.

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