While some may say that Jim and Eric have been a little depressed when it comes to the books lately, they say “Nein” or maybe “Ten”, I’m not sure. They let loose for a goofy comic book podcast that is all about impressions, jokes and yes, comic book reviews and comic book news. Eric is still a witch priest and Jim wants him to marry an asteroid and a nightmare. Enjoy!
DC Comic Book Reviews: Batman and Robin Eternal #3, Titans Hunt #1, Justice League #45, Superman/Wonder Woman #22, Wonder Woman #45, Martian Manhunter #5, Back to the Future #1, Gotham Academy #11, Secret Six #7, Bizarro #5, Batman: Arkham Knight #36, Black Canary #5, Teen Titans #12, Green Lantern: Lost Army #5, Doomed #5, Doctor Fate #5
Comic Book News: Krypton is a prequel, Ben Affleck wants to direct Batman, Jeb Bush thinks Supergirl is hot, Conner Hawk in DC’s Legends of Tomorrow
The crew returns to talk about some of the news coming out of San Diego Comic Con 2015!
Brant, Chris and Michael are joined briefly by Chuck on the convention floor of SDCC.
Topics include new series from IDW and DC, Star Wars, new TV and movie developments, a weird discussion about cereal, and much more!
Chuck Moore at SDCC
Chuck Moore Meets Alan Tudyk!
In this episode Ben, Dave and John sit down and talk about all things Marvel that have been in the news lately. Including the trailers for Winter Solider and Days of Future Past. Also the guys talk about the possible up coming Thor tie in into Agents of SHIELD. And Finally they touch on some time travel topics. So sit back enjoy and here we go!
The Winter Solider preview: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=82RKQPgeYRs
Days of Future Past preview: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pK2zYHWDZKo
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I’m a bit grumpy this week, more so than normal. Maybe it’s the fact that I’m old. I spend a few minutes talking about my card tournament and while I scrubbed out, I got to play the new Back to the Future card game. Now that’s good. Go get it.
There’s actually some news this week. Surprise, surprise. I then go on yet another rant about Y: The Last Man—Paper Dolls (Brian K. Vaughan, Pia Guerra). Even I’m getting tired of talking about how bad it is.
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Kevin and TJ start you off on what would turn out to be the greatest circle conversation ever that starts with some TV talk, going to friends, then to piranha 3D which leads to wes Craven films, which brings us to Gary Oldman which leads us back to friends. Taxi and Sex and the City are spoken of, and that is a close to having a common thread that either of those two shows will ever have. Mike joins us for the second part of the show thanks to some misfortune by TJ’s wife that forces them to cut the episode early and pick it up the next night. Comics are discussed in bulk. We got Spawn 200, The Occultist, Star Wars Legacy Wars, Deadpool Team-up and Max, Zatanna, Sweet Tooth, Wolverine and Jubilee, Superman and a lot more.
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The team looks back at the history of Starman, dissect some of the latest comics news, give an overview of comic based toys, and share some of the items on their pull lists.
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Disenfranchised by the modern comics industry, Scott Gardner and Michael Bailey (of “View From The Longbox” and “From Crisis To Crisis: A Superman Podcast” fame) now ply the timestream in a never-ending quest to re-discover and re-connect with that unique brand of fun and excitement that can only truly be found in good ol’ fashioned randomly-selected Comic Book back issues!! Journey with them now…back…Back To The Bins!!
“Back To The Bins!”
“Tales of the Justice Society of America“!! “!!
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