Jim, Eric and Reggie get together to sing, dance and review a bunch of DC Comics. How are the Superman Reborn Aftermath issues? What songs does Reggie sing for his books? Why did Eric decide to drink before recording? All those questions and more will be answered! Enjoy!
This week I do a review on this upcoming Fall TV Schedule and what might be some shows you want to checkout. We will cover all the networks and genres, live action, cartoons, etc so strap in and enjoy yourself. Enjoy!
This week is all movie talk. I spent the past week catching up on movies that I had in my collection that I hadn’t watched yet, so I did. I talk Colombiana, Haywire, I Am Bruce Lee and Wrath Of The Titans with the great full length reviews as always, plus I discuss what is left out there to go see this summer movie season. Enjoy!
Back with a new episode. Only 20 more until 100! There’s a lull in comics news as there usually is just prior to San Diego Comic Con, so things get a bit odd as we run for two and a half hours with our most kid UNfriendly show yet.
And July Previews! find out what new DCU books Matt and John will be picking up and everything else exciting.
John is still brain fried from his spring finals, so Matt’s stepping in to bring us up to speed on Brightest Day #0 and Brightest Day #1 to let us know how the first issue rates and how new reader friendly it is.
Promo: One of my new favorite podcasts, Milk Carton TV, as all my favorite shows are usually canned after one or two episodes.
John here. I have almost no voice. So instead of my normal podcast, I’m taking the opportunity to let Mur Lafferty tell you about her new Podiobook, Playing for Keeps. She’s been hinting at it for a long time on her two podcasts, Geek Fu Action Grip and I Should Be Writing. AND it’s about superheroes, so I’ve been looking forward to it for while.
Give a listen, then head over to the Playing for Keeps Website and subscribe, when it launches on November 1.
Comics Radar tries out adding a cohost, and because the host is a horrible tangenter, they get into a long rambling conversation about comics, Civil War, 52, the state of comics, and mix in a little info that dispelled some of my beliefs about comic ordering.