Reviews: Caped #1, The Muppet Show Comic Book #1, The Incredibles #1
It’s part 2 of our interview with Charlie Adlard, the artist of The Walking Dead. More great zombie stuff and more on his rock star status. News includes more Spidey musical details, Spidey makes a boy happy in his pants, Marvel Studios writer’s programs, The Couriers movie, and more. Top 3 and plugs galore. We also chatted with Saturday Night Live head writer/self proclaimed nerd Seth Meyers. Though you wont here it on this episode! Tune in on Saturday to here our special One-Shot!: Episode 190 with Seth Meyers!
It’s One Year Later! Leroy and Brad reflect on how the show has been for them over the past year, and have random conversations with friends!
0:00 – Show Opening/Chatting
21:20 – Call In Time
– Lorrie Thomas of CBRS/DaFixersHideout/PAD
– John Akle sometimes Co-Host of Comic Tube
– First ever “comic book” discussion about Final Crisis and
– Supernatural discussion with Chris Johnson
1:13:21 – Forum Questions and Audio Comments
– John aka Nuggie99
– Shawn Pryor of PKDMedia
– Alec Berry of Teenage Wasteland
– Kerry Graham aka KGForce
1:42:29 – Show closing
1:44:52 – Next Time on Comic Tube!
Kerry’s email email@example.com
Our email is firstname.lastname@example.org. We are proud members of The Comics Podcast Network,The League of Comic Book Podcasts, and The Society of Podcasts Group.Please visit our website at www.comictubepodcast.blogspot.com for links and news. Dont forget to check us out at MySpace, Facebook, ComicSpace and The Comic Forums!
Aitch Kev and Greg have a good chuckle at the ShamWow arrest, debate the merits of OnLive gaming console coming in the fall and whether or not it will change gaming as we know it.
Kev sez, “NO!”
Aitch and Kev give a 1st Impression of Resident Evil 5 and Legends of Wrestlemania after which we all finally review some comics including Wolverine 71 (Old Man Logan), Amazing Spider-man 589 (Part 4 of Character Assasination), Star Trek Countdown prequel 3 and War of Kings #1.
The quest for a comics podcasting Eisner award continues with a hard-hitting discussion of unscheduled bathroom breaks, conjoined twins revisited, and what NOT to do with a new baby and a Wonder Bread bag. Plus: Ryan delivers a special Easter treat and explains why Jesus was a little more gangsta then your Sunday School teacher led you to believe.
As usual, we eventually get to comic books. This week get quick-shot Chronic reviews of:
Thunderbolts # 130
Air Vol 1: Letters From Lost Countries
Crossed # 4
Invincible Iron Man # 11
Nova # 23
Get the straight dope on the new She-Hulk ongoing and DCs upcoming weekly series “Wednesday Comics”. You heard it from the Chronic Insomnia first – Image Comics new series “Viking” is coming soon and looks to be the buzz book of the year!
If you’re into DC and don’t need your news PC, you owe it to yourself to check out Chronic Insomnia!
We love you all and be sure to check out our blog to see the latest news with Chronic Insomnia
If there is one constant, it’s that everything changes, and the comic industry is not immune to that. It doesn’t matter if it’s online ordering or local shop, paper or digital, indy or mainstream, there are more choices than ever when it comes to collecting and reading comic books. We take a look at the options and give our take on the changing page of comics.
In this new episode of Robot Sweatshop, Dan and Chris discuss pretty much all things pop culture: music (The Gaslight Anthem, The Killers), video games (OnLive, Street Fighter 4, Pikmin for Wii), TV (Mystery Science Theater 3000, Cinematic Titanic), and comics (Batman: Battle for the Cowl). If it’s nerdy and niche, we talk about it here!
We are extremely excited to announce that this episode of Awesomed By Comics is sponsored by an official exclusive preview from DC Comics that YOU DO WANT TO MISS. Landridge’s Muppet Show charms, Abnett and Lanning deliver across the cosmic board, and Ubu Bubu wraps up with what is easily the most enterprising use of rectal vomit in a comic book this month. Also, we totally sing “Rainbow Connection” at the end of the show, bitches.
This is our BSG wrap up/Old Man Logan catch up episode. Also we review The Incredibles #1 and Darkhawk: War of Kings #2. In our discussions we are highly offensive to any and all religions, so if you are sensitive to this type of material…get over it.
You can email us at email@example.com
We love the community feedback, and appreciate all of the emails, keep them coming!
Another Marvel dominated week in comics! Pick of the week goes to Garth Ennis and Peter Snejbjerg’s Battlefields: Dear Billy #3 (Dynamite). Fast Five picks include Guardians Of The Galaxy #12 (Marvel), Thunderbolts #130 (Marvel), The Umbrella Academy: Dallas #5 (Dark Horse), Nova #23 (Marvel), and X-Force / Cable: Messiah War (Marvel).
Special Cammy’s Comic Corner Fan Appreciation Contest sponsored by DeadlineGraphics.net at the end of the episode, so be sure to watch all the way through!
We say good-bye to one of our favorite shows, Battlestar Galactica. The series finale of the re-imagined series aired last Friday so we gather a round table of friends to mourn, remember and celebrate. Fellow fans Abby Marcus and Qui Nguyen are in studio with us, and Kim Lay joins us via Skype. We discuss our thoughts on the finale, favorite characters, the writing staff, music, the impact of the series, and so much more. Tune in to agree and/or disagree, but mostly to share in the love for one of the greatest TV shows ever, Battlestar Galactica. SO SAY WE ALL!!!