While there was a lot hype surrounding Marvel Legacy, there were still two X-Men titles hidden in the shadows. Allen is still out of the out country, but is able to pop in for a minute to review Cable. The guys are joined by Anthony to review both books. Plus Ryan fly’s solo on Fastball Tweets. Thanks for listening!
While the guys weren’t ecstatic for last week’s books, that could’ve changed after reading them? Regardless, Ryan and Allen are still excited to dive into their weekly X-Men discussion. Plus some Fastball Tweets from the X-Men Monday Thread. Thanks for listening!
I C E M A N #4
C A B L E #4
W E A P O N X #7
X – M E N G O L D #10
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Allen and Ryan get together this week to discuss the high and lows from the X-Men comics released last week. Cullen Bunn pulls a fastball, while the guys mention several tweets from the X-Men Monday thread. Thanks for listening!
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It’s Monday, start your work week with Ryan and Allen talking about the X-Men books released the week prior. The guys give their overall thoughts on the books and the ResurrXion line. Plus some Fastball Tweets from the #XMENMONDAY thread. Thanks for listening!
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Reviews: Blood Bowl: More Guts More Glory #1, Cable Vol 4 #1, Judge Dredd Funko Universe One-Shot, Class S1 finale, Fear the Walking Dead S3 premiere, Wonder Woman
Jon Hoche returns to the rotating co-host chair. Jimmy went to Book Expo America and tells all about it! He made some great new contacts, saw some amazing books and hung with old pals. BEA is always an awesome show! News includes: the creative team for the new Runaways comic is announced, SpongeBob SquarePants the musical is coming to Broadway, Tala Ashe is joining Legends of Tomorrow as a series regular, Cowboy Bebop is going to be a live action series and more! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us!
Every week the Comic Frontline crew unites to do a LIVE Show through Google Hangouts where we discuss the news and comics of the week and have some fun while doing it!
This week the crew is joined by Brant on the road and discusses: Spider-Men gets a sequel, Star-Lord comes to an end, New Gods are teased by Tom King, New Warriors comes to Freeform, Josh Brolin is Cable, SyFy goes to Krypton, and more!
Plus Worst Pick, The Top 5 Comics and Cover of the Week, Most Anticipated 3 comics for next week, let your voice be heard in our weekly poll https://goo.gl/wBDXuc and more!
We know only one truth… the MCU keeps getting lighter as the DCEU delves farther into the dark side! This week the guys talk about the Last Jedi trailer along with the Thor Ragnarok trailer. Plus DC is going to put out R-rated animated features? All this and more, so sit back and enjoy!
Welcome to a brand new episode of Comic Addiction. This time out Paul and Chris ask the question, “Why Deadpool?” But before they get to that, there’s the news:
– Gene Colan’s mugging
– Eisner Award Nominees
– Greg Rucka leaves DC
– Jim Lee demos drawing on iPad
After the news, the guys jump in to some reviews with:
– Chris loving Codebreakers #1 from Boom Studios
– Paul finding Flash Secret Files 2010 from DC Comics has just enough for people who didn’t check out Flash Rebirth
– Chris likes Orc Stain #2 from Image Comics, but not sure if everyone will, and…
– Paul goes on a rant when discussign Deadpool’s addition to Cable #25.
In this episode Corwin and Alec B from the Teenage Wasteland talk comics with a twist of movies. Corwin has a revelation* while Alec explains his love of Spidey. Plus a little Hawkeye & Mockingbird love…
Listen in for how to win a Modhero print from www.Modhero.com! Where you can find comic art you don’t have to store in a longbox! Also check out X-Addiction #23 to see how else you can win a print!
In the Reviews:
– Daytripper #3 from Vertigo Comics
– Iron Man #24 from Marvel Comics
– Amazing Spider-Man #623 from Marvel Comics
– Cable #24 from Marvel Comics
– Secret Warriors #13 from Marvel Comics
– Batman & Robin #10 from DC Comics
– Joe the Barbarian #2 from Vertigo Comics
– Interlude to the Deadpool Corps #1 from Marvel Comics
The show is now moving to a bi-weekly schedule, so we’ll see you in two weeks!
*The views expressed by hosts and/or guests are solely those of the individuals expressing them and may not reflect the opinions of The Comic Addiction….(or Image Addiction). 🙂
In this edition of X-Addiction, Antony and Paul take a look back at the Month of X for February 2010, announce a new contest, check in with Corwin for the Merc Report, and crack open Destiny’s Diary for post Second Coming Predictions.
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!!
Pete interviews Alexander Harris, author of Team of Heroes, a new comic oriented theatrical production, currently running in Seattle. Kevin and Greg discuss some of their favorite comic relationships in honor of Valentine’s Day. If you would like to leave comments please head over to the show’s page at http://BackroomPodcast.com/48.