Aaron and Luke read and discuss the Eisner Award winning Concrete by Paul Chadwick. Concrete is a realist take on a superhero type character without any of the tropes usually associated with science fiction or superhero comics. Ron Lithgow was a regular man who had his brain transplanted into a giant, stone body by aliens against his will. He now struggles to get through his every day life as a giant rock monster in a world full of regular people, while taking in the natural wonder of life on Earth. Paul Chadwick's photo realistic art gracefully depicts both mundane average people and incredible elements of Nature. First published by Dark Horse Comics in 1986.