Merrick Has Issues

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About Merrick Has Issues

Merrick Has Issues started out as an Instagram video series way back in August 2013; it was my way of bringing a bit of my favourite part of comics retail—recommending comics!—to the digital realm. The original series ran on a weekly basis (with a few hiatuses…) up through 2017 when I lost steam and needed a creative break (it happens!). Now in 2019 I’m bringing Merrick Has Issues back, this time as a podcast(!) and with a looser format that isn’t strictly about comic books. This ain’t your daddy’s comic book podcast! Unless your daddy is a hot femme nerd, in which case, maybe it is?

Interested in supporting Merrick Has Issues? Check out my MHI Amazon wishlist for ways to do just that, or sign up for a super-easy $1 a month recurring support via this website (Patreon is on its way)! Both are effective ways to say you want me to keep producing content and they help me keep things accessible for others. <3 If you are a business or service provider interested in sponsoring an episode of Merrick Has issues, please reach out via the form above and I will get back to you ASAP!

Music for the show was provided by Kielen King. You can check out more of his music and support his work on Bandcamp, as well as StarPilotMusic.com. The song used in the opening and closing credits is “1, 2 (instrumental remix)” from the Star Pilot Remixes album.

Photography provided by Joshua Dommermuth of Quixotic Images.