Best Indie Comics podcasts we could find (Updated June 2018)
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Part of the Deliberate Noise Network
 
Part of the Deliberate Noise Network
 
The ComixCentral Podcast Network features Indie Comics, creating, selling & marketing comics, interviews with industry insiders, reviews & more! www.comixcentral.com
 
Part of the Deliberate Noise Network
 
All things indie comics.
 
The UK Comic Book Podcast Group is a group of UK comic book related podcasts which have banded together to become the UKCPG
 
Martha and Rob discuss various comic and pop culture conventions with guests and friends. Artists, superheroes, indie comics, comic books, writers, books, movies, TV, video games, tabletop games, anime, and music are all topics that are covered. Please rate us and subscribe to help more fans find our show. Learn more, contact us, and check out our other podcasts at www.southgatemediagroup.com.
 
Fresh, funny, bourbon-infused comic reviews imported from Detroit! The Pencil and Ink Review crew brings you the best and most entertaining comic reviews and news each week! Join Tom, Joe, and Bruske as they discuss the latest and greatest comic releases from Marvel, DC, Image, Valiant and many more! Brush up on your vintage nerd wisdom and go back in time during our monthly Retro Reviews show, where the guys discuss their favorite old school comic classics. Finally, we infused a bit of estr ...
 
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BigSushi.fm
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BigSushi.fm is podcast devoted to hosting in-depth conversations with indie game developers.
 
iFanboy.com - The Place To Discuss Comics, By Fans for Fans. iFanboy.com talks to the top creators about their upcoming releases
 
Two guys with PhDs talking about comics! The Comics Alternative is a multi-programmed podcast focusing on the world of alternative, independent, and primarily non-superhero comics. (There's nothing wrong with superhero comics. We just want to do something different.) New review episodes become available every Wednesday and include discussions of graphic novels and current ongoing series, overviews of upcoming comics, examinations of collected editions, insightful analyses of a variety of cri ...
 
Comic books are a medium that has grown substantially over the years. But what is behind that growth? What do comic fans look for in a book? What's new and tantilizing for the average fan? Join in as Ian Levenstein, Brent Kossina, and a rotating panel of guests discuss whatever comes to mind, time after time, on Comic Timing!
 
Comic Book Reviews and Discussion
 
A weekly comics podcast.
 
Every other Friday we play the punk rock music fit for weekend consumption!
 
Robert Thomson (Sister Says) and Trevor Ainsworth (Quantum Council) talk about everything related to their lives (mostly music and early 90's cartoons) and also occasionally interview a guest. Gillian Thomson (Sister Says) also drops in from time to time.
 
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Snake Oil Comics
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A podcast featuring 2 (occasionally 3)hosts talking about comics and the nerd lifestyle. Join us as we talk comic storylines, indie comics, and everything else. Recorded live from Coy's Comics in Saginaw, MI on Wednesdays at 5 pm eastern. Latest episode upload on Fridays.
 
For the Love of Indie is your #1 podcast for creator owned, independent and small press comics! Delve into some titles you may know little about, discover some incredible creators, and find out about excellent titles heading your way! Additional info and show notes can be found at www.fortheloveofindie.com!
 
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Open Panel
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Indie comics collective Countershot Press discuss the tears, fears and joys of creating and publishing comics online. A new topic every episode, from website maintenance to worldbuilding, with a good dose of humour and friendship tying it all together. PLUS: all the advice and recommendations you could ever need to get your own project off the ground. Let's hang out and draw!
 
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Blerd Culture
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Welcome to Blerd Culture, where nerd is the new black. Join us as we discuss the blerdiest topics, from comics and gaming to movies and music, and everything in between. Troy, the excitable music producer and lover of all things Nintendo, Ethan, the intellectual writer extraordinaire and indie music aficionado, and Sean aka Humps, the sarcastic engineer and graphic designer who sings way too much, are your cast of blerdy characters and we can't wait to share our unique perspectives on the wo ...
 
Weekly comics news and reviews! Hosted by Jessica and Jesse, produced in association with The Escapist Comic Bookstore 3090 Claremont Ave. Berkeley, CA.
 
"It's Pronounced Zine is a zine, diy, and self-publishing podcast hosted by Dave Baker. The show centers on local zinesters and their creative processes, the zine scene here in Los Angeles, and tips and tricks for tabling at conventions. If you have a do-it-yourself approach to life and a maniacal desire to create things, or if you just like listening to nerds split hairs about which is the best Drake album, this is the podcast for you.
 
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Pull This Podcast
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Every two weeks, Brian and Mike lock lips with a microphone and give their quirky takes on comic books and the fans who love them. Silly, irreverent, and sometimes deep, the not-so-super duo are sure to take you on a ride through the world of Marvel, DC, Image and more.
 
The iFanboy.com Comic Book Podcast is a weekly talk show discussing the best in current comic books. Ron, Conor and Josh will share what they loved and hated about the week's comics. With a deep, sometimes scary knowledge of the depths and intricacies of pop culture and the geek lifestyle, the conversations can spin off in many directions. While comics, graphic novels and trade paperbacks are the center of the iFanboy universe, the discussion often covers the video games, movies and TV shows ...
 
Comedian Michael Yo spends his days talking up celebrities for THE INSIDER. Film journalist and movie critic Tara McNamara (Fandango, TODAY) analyzes movies.
 
Each week a panel of comic creators will tackle current hot button industry news, as well as discuss the most vexing issues aspiring and professional creators face when building a career in comics.
 
A biweekly show where four friends discuss overlooked movies, video games, comic books, and whatever else their nerdy minds can think up.
 
Thanks for checking out “Within The Panels Podcast” we are a weekly hour-long podcast that comes out every Tuesday. Hosted by Dylan and Bryant we discuss the latest comic book news and share our thoughts on any comic from the Golden age to Current.
 
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Talking Comics
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Not your everyday nerdy podcast
 
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Pizza Fortress
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A group of friends who love video games, comics, movies, and anything that is a waste of time, come together to talk about the things they like. This is basically the Milhouse Van Houten of podcast.
 
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Word of The Nerd
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Word of the Nerd's Weekly podcast about all things comics related. Listen while we discuss the latest comics, what's coming up this week, and all the comic relate news that we can stomach...sometimes while drinking.
 
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BigSushi.fm
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BigSushi.fm is podcast devoted to hosting in-depth conversations with indie game developers.
 
Welcome to the show. Games&Graphics is a show all about comics, video games, movies, tv, and having a good time.
 
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Talk Hard Movie Pod
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Talk Hard is a loose discussion about movies, TV, filmmaking, and other geekery with your new best friends, so pull up a chair. Allen Martin hosts with his filmmaking cohorts Todd Sheene and Scott Stafford by his side. No subject is off limits as long as it entertains.
 
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First Appearances
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We interview media creators at the beginning of their careers and discuss their work.
 
Come behind the scenes of ComixCentral as we continue to grow the Hub for Indie Comics!
 
Fresh, funny, bourbon-infused comic reviews imported from Detroit! The Pencil and Ink Review crew brings you the best and most entertaining comic reviews and news each week! Join Tom, Joe, and Bruske as they discuss the latest and greatest comic releases from Marvel, DC, Image, Valiant and many more! Brush up on your vintage nerd wisdom and go back in time during our monthly Retro Reviews show, where the guys discuss their favorite old school comic classics. Finally, we infused a bit of estr ...
 
Conquest Of Heroes Radio is a podcast with news, updates, interviews, and other information about games in development by Burning Man Studios. Their flag ship title; Conquest Of Heroes Online aims to be an MMO of epic proportions set in a sci-fi militaristic world.Conquest Of Heroes Radio also sports a professionally produced audio book segment that will keep you coming back for more! Complete with music, sound design, and voice acting, these drama segments will immerse you into the world of ...
 
Just two boys from upstate New York who have a sweet love for comics and the gift of gab!
 
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Zaldiva Podcast
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FORT LAUDERDALE BASED COMPANY SPECIALIZING IN COMICS AND COLLECTIBLES
 
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Chat-Man and Robin
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Chat-Man and Robin is a weekly talk show, the discussion wandering all over everything from comic books, movies, art, and geek / nerd culture to sex and sexuality, body modification, and everything in-between. Married couple Max and Bird dance the dance of the wed into a pair of microphones (read: argue, , and make each other laugh), treating all comers and all subjects with the snarky irreverence honed through years of long, cold winters in northern Michigan. Max (a lifelong geek) does his ...
 
Story Teller
 
The Pistol & Dagger Society Podcast is hosted by Sadie “Dagger” May, Ken “Pistol” Goldstein and Adam Silverstein and features interviews and live performances with legendary musicians, globally renown artists, producers and directors, emerging talent and passionate leaders and tastemakers in fascinating and inspiring businesses. The show focuses on its guests careers, past and current projects; and what makes them nerdy. It is taped live at Jack Dempsey’s place in Hollywood California. With ...
 
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Zero Issues
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A weekly podcast series hosted by three bald indie comic artists who get together to discuss, analyze and obsess over comic books and all things pop culture over a few beers.
 
We're an independent publisher of books, comics, and the occasional oddity. We help good people tell good stories. On our podcast, we encourage creativity, culture, and human flourishing.
 
A podcast dedicated to letting comic writer/artists say whats on their minds
 
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Long Way Up
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Today there are thousands of creative types jockeying for position. If you’re just starting it’s a Long Way Up. This show celebrates the struggle.Emerican Johnson interviews YouTubers, comedians, game developers, and content creators who are at the bottom and working their way up to the top in this free-wheeling podcast.Available as a podcast and a YouTube series at YouTube.com/MalarkeyTVdotcom -- brought to you by MalarkeyTV.com
 
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Crooked Comic Cast
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Crooked Comic Cast is the podcast about webcomics, indie comics, and mainstream comics featuring creators, savants, and scholars who love comics.
 
Reviews newly released comic books. Discusses comic books and only comic books. Discusses everything to do with comic books from superheroes, DC, Marvel, Image, and indie publishers. Comic book reviews and ratings of newly released comic books, with comic book news, contests and interviews with comic book creators.
 
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Creative at Night
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It's a podcast from an indipendent comicbook artist that wants to be free in his creation in order to inspire other artist to be more authentic in their artwork.
 
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Geek Life is back baby! After our holiday hiatus we’re back with a vengeance as we return to the violent and entertaining world of Under The Flesh by G. Deltres, illustrated and lettered by J. L. Giles. UTF issue 1 … Continue reading →
 
This week we spotlight the latest from D. Bethel of Eben07 fame. Lately he’s been working on this amazing comic called Long John. Bethel knocks it outta the park with issue one of Long John. This issue should be used … Continue reading →
 
This week we talk about the Fuse written by Antony Johnston with art by Justin Greenwood from Image Comics. Our friends from WaterfrontComics.com join us in another combo-meal episode! This interesting future cop procedural had our hosts and guests in … Continue reading →
 
We return to the ever entertaining Hybrid Earth by Rustin Petrae and Frederick Allison Jr for a look at issue 2. Picking right back up where we left off , our protagonist Xander Hastings continues his investigation into the hybrid disappearances … Continue reading →
 
This week the hosts from 4J’s And a Comic join us for another Combo Meal episode where we dig into an exciting indie comic that was recently picked up by Dark Horse and is available at your local comic shop … Continue reading →
 
This week we chat about the indie comic Stalker: Donning The Mask written and lettered by Bradley Potts, illustrated by Trevor Von Eeden & Danny Fahs, with colors by Blake Wilkie & George Freman. This story follows a young woman’s … Continue reading →
 
This week we dig into Robert Kirkman’s new comic Outcast! We also welcome back the guys from the 4J’s And A Comic Podcast to weigh in on this exciting new comic! Geek Life is sponsored by Audible, you can grab … Continue reading →
 
This week we return to one of our very favorite comics from one of our very favorite people, Above The Clouds by Melissa Pagluica! This ambitions and beautiful comic successfully moved into issue 3 online where you should sit down … Continue reading →
 
This week we talk about one of our most favorite recent comics, an off beat little title called… Afterlife With Archie! That’s right, it’s the zombie apocalypse in Riverdale and Archie, Betty, Veronica, Jughead and Gang are all struggling to … Continue reading →
 
This week we talk about Oh Hell, a self published indie comic from George Wassil, illustrated by Dave Hamann, colors by Michael Birkhofer. Oh Hell follows juvenile delinquent Zoel as she’s shipped off to boarding school after her parents have … Continue reading →
 
This week we begin something new and exciting! We’ll be alternating between covering “pro” creator owned comics from companies like Image, IDW, DarkHourse and the like, and our normal jam of self published indie comics. This means that we’ll have … Continue reading →
 
This time we enjoy another offering by the talented Kim Holm! You may remember we recently covered Kim’s adaptation of HP Lovecraft’s Pickman’s Model. The gang completely LOVED Pickman’s Model and was super excited to see what Kim had for … Continue reading →
 
This week we talk about the exciting new sci fi comic Father Robot. In his fascinating vision of the future Kristopher White shows us a world with no more casualties in war, where remotely operated robots fight our battles for … Continue reading →
 
This week we talk about the gorgeous new indie comic book Under The Flesh created and written by G. Deltres, illustrated and lettered by J. L. Giles. In a world ravaged by an unknown virus which only infects males, mankind’s … Continue reading →
 
This week we talk about the exciting new indie comic Hybrid Earth by Rustin Petrae and Frederick Allison Jr. In December of 2015 the nano-bomb was created, fusing nuclear and nano technology together. The first, and last bomb, was detonated … Continue reading →
 
This week we share techniques and talk about some experiences of defeating the enemy of every creative out there… dun dun duuuun! Creative Block! THE Admin joins us in this special Creatives Conversation to share her experience with creative block … Continue reading →
 
We combined our powers with the 4J’s and a Comic podcast from WaterfrontComics.com to talk about our experience at the recent Big Wow Comic Fest. We get into heated debate about fan art, cosplay and signatures! Geek Life is sponsored … Continue reading →
 
Geek Life is back! This episode was recorded outside at the crazy, windy & fun Free Comic Book Day at Waterfront Comics in Suisun Ca! We setup a table, mics and asked the attendees what their first comic was and … Continue reading →
 
Today we complete the 2 part series on Free Comic Book Day. Today we’ll be recommending some “Gold” (More mainstream) comics available on FCBD! Be sure to listen close & get the gang’s opinion on what you should grab tomorrow. … Continue reading →
 
This week the Geek Life gang talks about the “Silver” titles available on FCBD and recommends our favorite picks. Be sure to listen to tomorrow’s follow up podcast from the 4J’s & a Comic podcast, where we talk about our … Continue reading →
 
This week we spotlight Kim Holm’s incredible adaptation of HP Lovecraft’s short story Pickman’s Model. Being big Lovecraft fans around here we jumped at the opportunity to cover Kim’s work. This graphic novel adaptation of one of Lovecraft’s best is … Continue reading →
 
This week the gang spotlights B-Squad from Eben Burgoon (of Eben07 fame). B-Squad follows an A-Team like group of colorful & diverse folks who engage in missions of extreme danger that others would simply turn down. The really interesting part … Continue reading →
 
This week we spotlight the insanely violent and crazy Anna Pocalypse by Adam Talley. Follow Anna in her struggle to survive just months after the world went to hell. No government, no police, no rules. This grindhouse style story is … Continue reading →
 
This week we spotlight the hilarious web-comic Loop by Sean McLean. Loop follows Dave, a time tourist from the year 3065. Dave get’s stuck in prehistoric time and must survive with the help of his new caveman friend, Krong. Dave’s … Continue reading →
 
This week we spotlight the insane and hilarious comic “The Slightly Insane Spontaneously Combusting Frothing Mutant Ninja Blackbelt Samurai Rabbit-Walrus From Hell” by Matt Marchetti. Often shortened to just “Rabbit-Walrus”, this crazy comic finds our rabbit/walrus-like friend fighting (what he … Continue reading →…
 
This week we look back at the iconic first issue of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird… 80’s style! That’s right, we go back in time and imagine what it’d be like to review TMNT … Continue reading →
 
This week we spotlight the true indie gem SadoCat by Cory Patten. The hero…? SadoCat, is here to defend our parks against evil squirrel invasions, our forests against obnoxious hippies and in general murder lots of stuff! Cory’s hilarious comic … Continue reading →
 
This week we spotlight Trixie Dynamite by Ben Schwartz. Ben employed an incredible team of artists to bring his vision of future Sacramento California, or Sacramentropolis, to life in full beautiful color. Trixie is the rocket-booting acrobatic superhero of Sacramento’s … Continue reading →
 
This week we spotlight the unique and wildly entertaining Hunter Black by Justin Peniston & William Orr. Hunter Black follows the assassin aptly named “Hunter Black” after his escape from prison. He was set up, and he’s gonna find out … Continue reading →
 
This week we review web-comic The Samurai Boy by Dan Arrows. Samurai Boy is all about Hiko, a young martial artist growing up in the distant land of Brazil! There he meets new friends, old enemies & learns about his … Continue reading →
 
This week we spotlight Elements Of Light by Tyrone Selby. This professional level indie comic had us impressed right from the first page. With an engaging story, impressive art and such a rich world, this is an excellent canvas to … Continue reading →
 
This week we spotlight the bold new comic by Jala Prendes, Ces’t La Mort. This book has a striking visual style with biting commentary on our everyday lives and how we live them. We’re glad this is a weekly comic … Continue reading →
 
This week we give one last look back at 2013 by way of playing our (almost) complete gag reels for y’all! That’s right folks, this NSFW episode is uncensored behind the scenes Geek Life insanity! Join us for a peek … Continue reading →
 
This week we spotlight Psycho Derby 2030 by Chip Buchanan. Chip’s exciting vision for a future where the derby takes place at break-neck speeds on hovering mag-lev skates is ambitions and entertaining. Jump into the lives of the future derby … Continue reading →
 
This week we spotlight the excellent comic DASS by John Jamtli. DASS follows the indomitable Petter Dass, real life Lutheran clergyman and foremost Norwegian poet of his generation. However, in this comic he is also a wizard battling against witches, … Continue reading →
 
This week we return to an old favorite. Daniel Parada has released his second issue of Zotz: Serpent and Shield! And by issue we mean 130+ pages of awesome. Zotz follows the amazing and brutal story of 2 brothers from … Continue reading →
 
We talk about how to supercharge your exhibitor table strategy for your next convention or event! Having a successful table is a complicated thing, requiring skill in layout, good products, people skills, marketing and more! We share good practices for … Continue reading →
 
We spotlight Above The Clouds by our friend Melissa Pagluica! This comic is drop dead gorgeous and filled with memorable characters and an ambitious storytelling style. Seriously, don’t miss this one. Issue one is complete and she’s charging into issue … Continue reading →
 
We sit down with John Harter of WaterfrontComics.com and pick his brain for advice on getting your self-published comic onto the shelves of your local comic shop. What does a shop look for? How can your improve your chances? What … Continue reading →
 
This week we spotlight one of PM’s own, “The Narwhal Knight” by Brad Langer. Follow Jason Jones and his friends as they defend themselves from an army of evil, ankle-high vampires. Brad creates an endearing and immediately relatable cast of … Continue reading →
 
This week we spotlight the only name in Victorian Steam-Punk Ghostbusters… The Boston Metaphysical Society by Madeleine Holly-Rosing. Follow Samuel Hunter, Caitlin O’Sullivan and Granville Woods as they try and save Boston from an extra dimensional evil! A richly crafted … Continue reading →
 
This week we spotlight the awesome comic Zombie Killers by Jennifer Gosk. We caught up with Jenny at this year’s Big Wow ComicFest, got an interview, and the first issue of Killers. We liked it so much, we devoured all … Continue reading →
 
We sit down and with John Harter from WaterfrontComics.com and share advice for new comic fans. It can be overwhelming when you first walk into a comic shop and see walls of comics everywhere! How do you choose your first … Continue reading →
 
This week on Geek Life – The Indie Comics Podcast, we spotlight web-comic Broodhollow by Kris Straub. The story follows struggling encyclopedia salesman Wadsworth Zane as he travels to the town of Broodhollow to claim an inheritance from a distant … Continue reading →
 
Hey all, it’s been a week and we’ve played some GTAV! Now… how do we feel? After 20+ hours of the highly anticipated game from arguably one of the most well loved game franchises ever, what do we think? JP … Continue reading →
 
This week’s podcast was a special live recording from the GTA5 (Grand Theft Auto V) midnight release at our local Gamestop! We sat down and talked features for GTA5, and shared our favorite memories from the GTA franchise’s long and … Continue reading →
 
This past weekend we spent all day Sunday playing with THE Admin’s Oculus Rift dev-kit. HOLY CRAP it’s awesome! This is the future friends. Check out our conversation on all things Oculus and find out what it’s really like in … Continue reading →
 
This week we spotlight the incredible and meaningful comics by Kostas Kiriakakis of Kiriakakis.net. These comics had a profound impact on several of us at Geek Life and we simply can’t say enough good things about them, Kostas is a … Continue reading →
 
We spotlight the epic and hilarious web-comic/RPG “Sidekick Quests” by James Stowe. Sidekick is about a group of aspiring adventurers and the crazy trouble they get themselves into while their betters are away. Not only is Sidekick an excellent web-comic … Continue reading →
 
This week we spotlight Point of Singularity by Athena Dykman. PoS is a great comic which follows an ex-super villain scientist dude on his mission to redeem himself and make right his past misdeeds. Turns out he’s got a long … Continue reading →
 
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