We review Joss Whedon’s Serenity. Music by Legbone and Black Wolf Fight.
Killyrcomics Episode 24
Episode 24 is up. All of Drew’s reviews are trades and Don tears into the single issues, including some recent find from Planet Comicon. Don introduces the BPOSS and explains to everyone what it is. Not much news, but Don goes the obvious route with his begging to be bound by picking Miracleman by Alan Moore. Flashbacks include Marvels and G.I. Joe 21 with some silent Snake Eyes action.
Podcast: Episode 24
Part three of our Emerald City ComiCon series: Kevin interviews Tim Sale from Challengers of the Unknown and Greg interviews Jill Thompson from Beasts of Burden. If you would like to share your thoughts, please stop by our site.
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Due to the impending Easter holiday right around the corner, CBP is early this week, but it’schock full of comic book talk.
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The tales of the wedding of Schmoopie to his lovely bride Holly. Who’d a thunk that a Sunday morning wedding would still cause people to drink with reckless abandon. Dave’s Family includes clowns, Sheriffs, Bag-pipers in kilts, and of course Freddie Legs. In this episode you will learn the secret of drinking hard liquor that has never been explained before all courtesy of another friend’s Uncle. We break into comic news and discuss the creative team shakeups over at DC, JMS taking over Supes and Wonder woman, and Winnick taking over Power Girl. We discuss some comics that have been greenlit into TV shows and then we break into the reviews. Our quick shout outs go into Green Lantern Corps 46, Orc Stain 1&2, Fantastic Four 232-234, Uncanny X-Man Something (Kevin’s not in yet to help me and my horrible memory.) Follow TJ’s Advice and go buy a pack of marlboros, Bite off your thumb nail (keep the pinky for your coke habit), and pour a nice glass of Wild Turkey on the rocks. Sit back and enjoy.
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Join Scott Gardner and Michael Bailey (of “View From The Longbox” and “From Crisis To Crisis: A Superman Podcast” fame) for a lively, engaging, and oftimes hilarious discussion as they examine the exciting three-issue definitive origin tales of the pre-Crisis Batman Family in “The Untold Legend of the Batman” by Len Wein, John Byrne, and Jim Aparo!!
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Topics Covered In This Issue:
Movies / TV:
Chris Evans is Captain America;
New Dr. Who Starts April 17th;
Monster Squad Getting remade;
Scream 4 gets the green light
Boob Tube / Big Screen Blitzkrieg:
Universal Soldier: Regeneration;
How I Met Your Mother;
Ricky Gervais Show;
SI Book Club:
Understanding Comics Chapters 5-6
Creator Spotlight: Sergio Clavijo
Matt chatted with the Creator of Dragon Frog at Connecticon 2009. For more info on Dragon Frog, head over to www.bigflycw.com.
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John Mayo and Chris Marshall of the Collected Comic Library podcast discuss the sales estimates for the top 300 graphic novels and collected editions for February 2010.
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(0:44:48) This week Craig investigates SHUDDERTOWN #1, Sean has a homecoming with UNCANNY X-MEN #522 and we break into a little spontaneous discussion about what makes a book stay on their pull lists.
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Music: “Ring Capacity” by Kirby Krackle
0:00:00 – Show ID
0:00:12 – Music
0:00:27 – Introductions
0:02:14 – SHUDDERTOWN #1
0:08:58 – UNCANNY X-MEN #522
0:18:17 – The Stacks:
0:18:28 – BATMAN THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD #15
0:19:13 – BLACK TERROR #9
0:20:42 – BATTLEFIELDS #4
0:21:27 – THOR #608
0:22:21 – ECHO #20
0:22:53 – X-MEN ORIGINS: NIGHTCRAWLER
0:23:33 – HELLBLAZER #265
0:24:23 – TINY TITANS #26
0:25:07 – HUNTER’S FORTUNE #3 & #4
0:26:33 – CAPTAIN AMERICA #604
0:28:10 – ORC STAIN #2
0:29:27 – GREEN LANTERN #52
0:30:50 – SCALPED #36
0:32:28 – Top of The Stacks: Sean – TINY TITANS #26; Craig – HELLBLAZER #265
0:42:46 – Wrap-up
0:43:52 – Music
0:44:48 – End
We discuss how Millar and McNiven’s Nemesis reminds us of Fight Club, Suicide Club, and of course…The Baby-Sitters Club.
[01:18] Nemesis #1
[12:30] Shuddertown #1
[17:37] Supergod #3
[24:09] FVZA #3
Reviews: Chip #1, The Guild #1, Nemesis #1, Time Lincoln One-Shot, How to Train Your Dragon
David Monteith from the UK podcast, Geek Syndicate, joins us in studio for some cross over action! A live audience is also present for the momentous occasion. News includes: Dick Giordano, Bryan Singer not directing X-Men: First Class film, SDCC sells out, Mark Millar to edit Wizard, new Sci-Fi comedy from Michael Rosenbaum, The Walking Dead gets greenlit, Another Superman comic sales record and more! The boys discuss the state of comics and television in the UK and get a first hand account from Mr. Monteith on comics/shows to look out for.