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Published September 30, 2019

This Week in Marvel Goes West at Its Live San Francisco Event

Ryan "Agent M" Penagos and guest cohost Greg Miller talk to Marvel legend Arthur Adams!

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From left to right: Ryan "Agent M" Penagos, Greg Miller, and Arthur Adams

The latest episode of This Week in Marvel comes straight from the West Coast! While on a seeeekrit assignment in San Francisco, Ryan "Agent M" Penagos invited guest cohost Greg Miller (Kinda Funny) to a live event for TWIM fans at the San Francisco Cartoon Art Museum. There was a fun big talk about San Francisco in the Marvel Universe, a conversation with writer Matthew Rosenberg, plus Ryan and Greg spoke with Marvel legend Arthur Adams, who brought a print of his POWERS OF X #5 variant cover that will be available exclusively at New York Comic Con 2019!

Listen to the full audio below, then scroll down for a gallery of photos from the appearance!

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Ryan "Agent M" Penagos, Greg Miller, and Arthur Adams

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