Girls With Issues #24
This week we talk Lois Lane (One-Shot), Guardians of the Galaxy #12, Hacktivist #2, DC is flashing forward, Rocket Racoon is going solo, Marvel issues a mea culpa with ‘All Hail the King’ and TV shows are finding their heroes.
This week we talk Batwoman #28, Uncanny X-Men #17, Velvet #3, Kelvin Keller is the Equalizer, Gail Simone’s Movement loses steam, but Tomb Raider and Savage Wolverine are there to pick up the pieces, Superman and Doomsday are about to have a meet-cute, and the Guardians of the Galaxy trailer produces nerd squee around the globe.
Running late but playing catch up Sidekickcast regular hosts Gavin and Dan mix it up with what they’re calling the DC Situation, everyone has an opinion on the relaunch, why wouldn’t these jokers be any different?
This week the Sidekicks catch up on Age of X, Fear Itself and Flashpoint with an event filled Stack Attack, also included in the line up are Infinite Vacation #2, Green Wake #2, Moon Knight #1-2 and Uncanny X-Force #7-10.
The gap btween the Sidekicks is getting ever bigger in the ongoing feud that is Secrets and Lies, can Dan claw something back this week? The show rounds out with a chat down the pub with Peter Rogers, writer of the upcoming Markosia book; The Interactives. Don’t forget to listen past the outro music for the usual brand of out-takes.
It’s back to business for the Sidekicks with some new features for 2011. Sidekickcast hosts Gavin and Dan do their usual update of the latest comic book news including their thoughts on the most recent pictures of the upcoming Marvel movies, The Marvel Big Shots intiative and some fan made trailers. This is followed up with an interview with Stuart Tipples, grand master of the 10thology anthology book as part of the Countdown to Cardiff Con.
Reviewed in Stack Attack this week is Age of X: Alpha, Uncanny X-Force #1-4, Avengers #9 and Slaughterman’s Creed #1-5. The comic book news quiz with a twist, Secrets and Lies follows the reviews with Dan trying make up some ground before the live show at Cardiff International Comic Expo.
The first edition of a new segment, The Devil’s Back Bones is Dan’s way of reminding people just how good Dareevil can be after the disaster of Shadowland, this week; Daredevil vol.2 #71-75: Decalogue by Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev. The show ends with another new segment, Educatiing Dan, the latest attempt to expand Dan’s horizons, this week I Kill Giants by Joe Kelly and J. M. Ken Niimura. Don’t forget to listen past the outro music for the usual barrage of balls ups in the out-takes.
Right from the get go we learn two key things about the F BombCast that should be our motto and campaign slogan, We at the F BombCast are both Anti-Rape and Anti-Holocaust. Mike is losing his memory and Kevin level of self loathing has reached a new high. TJ’s annoyed at something but when the hell isn’t he. We discuss AMC’s plan to screw up the praise that The Walking Dead is getting, and our level of excitement for a new Hulk TV series on ABC. Thor: The Mighty Avenger is cancelled and Hike is… okay with it, huh?!?! And in an “effort” to gain new readers, Marvel has decided to fuck with the ones they already have. Comics are discussed, oh yes they are. Scarlet 3, Detective 869-870, DeadpoolMax and Deadpool Team up and more are all discussed. as well as THUNDER Agents and Supergirl Annual 2.
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To surprise all of you looking at the comic podcast network, We actually start the show talking about comics. Fraction’s Thor and Glass’s Thor are discussed as is Neil Diamond, as he should always be. X Men and Vampires are like Peanut Butter and Chocolate, and Fool me once shame on you Fool me seven times Same on me, Try it one last time, and you get Gold, IN his eighth attempt to try something by Rick Remender, Kevin is in love with Uncanny X-Force. The Khunds are coming, The Khunds are coming, Better get your tampons and pads ready. REBELS is talked about as is the New Freedom Fighters. and SLGs Royal Historian of OZ is talked about. Then the Horror, oh the Horror. Is Nightmare the Elm Street a slasher? We say no. Two quick insta fives are completed with best and Worst Horror Sequels.
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Whats more grating then some bitch filing her nails in a doctor’s waiting office, How about a director of a truly shitty film taking a flaming (note the word flaming) dump on a horror classic? okay that not annoying enough, How about a Comic Book writer trying to justify a relaunch as an event then using the “added content” for some non sequential story telling? okay that not enough, How about being charged 3.99 for a 17 page story? Yeah i think that last one will get with most of our fans. This Podcast talks about Avengers 1, Atlas 1, Prince of Power 1, Booster Gold 32, Return Of Bruce Wayne 1, and Streets of Gotham. Enjoy!
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This month, The Freaks suspend their so-called “normal” topics and have a long, fascinating conversation with the legendary “Bad Boy” Johnny Bueno, Jack Of All Trades when it comes to comics.
In this episode you will hear such things discussed as: Bizarre Sex Comics, R. Crumb, about 5 seconds about DEVO, Ronnie James Dio, Spider-Man, Superman, The Fantastic Four, What happened with Chris Claremont?, Frank Horney, Omaha The Cat Dancer, Cherry Poptart, Richard Corben, Doctor Comics and Mr. Games, Heavy Metal, Bill Griffith and Zippy the Pinhead, Why Jack quit super hero comics, Mary from Hi De Ho Comics in Santa Monica, Diamond David Lee Roth, Sammy Hagar, Brian Michael Bendis, Dick Ayers, Sgt. Fury with the head of Jack Kirby, Captain Marvel (mostly, but not exclusively, the DC version), Contest Of Champions, The Thing as Rocky Balboa, New York City, and Fish Heads-Fish Heads-Roly Poly Fish Heads!
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We’re back! Did you miss us? We are back with another REVIEW CORNER! This time featuring 8 books! 8! We cover, not in this order:
BATMAN AND ROBIN #4
BEASTS OF BURDEN #1 (OF 4)
DOOM PATROL #1
FANTASTIC FOUR #570
DAYS MISSING #1
JUSTICE LEAGUE: CRY FOR JUSTICE #1 (of 6)
NEW AVENGERS #55
DETHKLOK VS. THE GOON #1
So Sit back, grab a beverage, and maybe a snack, and enjoy!
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JSA ALL-STARS #1 – 75% off retail
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No Pick this week, but we do have a hearty Fast Five to cover! Picks include Blackest Night #2 (DC), Ultimate Comics: Avengers #1 (Marvel), The Walking Dead #64 (Image), Deadpool #13 (Marvel), and Atomika #10 (Mercury Comics).
Even though there isn’t a pick, there IS a contest thanks to Rising Sun Creations! Y’all like variant covers?
Wonderful week to be a comic book fan! Many picks were considered, but one stood-out from the rest; from Joe Kelly and JM Ken Niimura comes I Kill Giants #6 (Image). Fast Five picks include Echo #8 (Abstract Studios), Final Crisis #5 (DC), House of Mystery #8 (Vertigo), Green Lantern Corps #31 (DC), and Secret Invasion: Dark Reign #1 (Marvel).
Slaying of giants, alien armor, and the Illumi-naughty make this week awesome!
We’re in a bit of a rush, but still trying to give you your fix on all things Marvel. The usual assortment of upcoming titles, Pick of the Week, and reviews as well as another SkrullWatch (like that wasn’t a given following the big reveal from last week). Some topics of interest this week are Avengers: The Initiative #7, New Avengers #36, House Of M: Avengers #1, Thor #4, World War Hulk #5, and X-Factor #25.
New Avengers: The Illuminati #5, Fantastic Four #551, Immortal Iron Fist #10, Annihilation: Conquest – Star-Lord #4, and Annihilation: Conquest #1 are all mentioned along with part one of a lengthy discussion on X-Men: Messiah CompleX #1 (with a surprise guest).
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Collected Comics Library Podcast #142
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I start off the cast with a rant on the whole Powers trade misspelling screw-up featuring C.B. Cebulski. There is also a bunch of news (most of which I blogged about) including the Hunger Dogs in the New Gods Omnibus 4, a few DC Comics solicits, X-Men Masterworks Volume 6 and From Hell, the UK Hardcover edition, from Top Shelf.
Today’s feature is a review of Hulk: Planet Hulk Hardcover. A very good book and to put it simply it is a story you have seen or read many times before. A man is thrown into exile, becomes slave/gladiator bands with a group of misfits like himself and defeats the enemy on his ground. Flash Gordon, Conan, and Kirk Douglas, Russell Crowe and countless others have played the part. I guess now it is the Hulks’ turn.
Lastly, as always, I go over the New Releases of the Week, and like last week there were a few surprises; JSA All-Stars Archives Volume 1, Jeff Smith’s Shazam The Monster Society of Evil Deluxe HC, Gunslinger Born, but no Nick Fury Masterworks – Damn It!!!
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