He’s Got Issues #160.3: Independents, 2/11/15


  • Adventure Time Marceline Gone Adrift #2 (Of 6)
  • Bravest Warriors #29
  • Deep State #4
  • Help Us Great Warrior #1 (Of 8)
  • Hexed #7
  • Teen Dog #6 (Of 8)
  • Wild’s End #6 (Of 6)


  • Abe Sapien #20
  • Conan Red Sonja #2 (Of 4)
  • Itty Bitty Comics The Mask #4
  • Prometheus Fire And Stone Omega #1 (One Shot)
  • Resurrectionists #4
  • Usagi Yojimbo #1 (1 For $1 Edition)
  • X #22


  • Army Of Darkness Volume 4 #3
  • Captain Victory And The Galactic Rangers #5 (Of 6)
  • Jim Butcher’s The Dresden Files Down Town #1 (Of 6)
  • Legenderry Red Sonja #1 (Of 5)
  • Magnus Robot Fighter #11


  • 7th Sword #7
  • Edward Scissorhands #4 (Of 5)
  • Popeye Classics #31
  • Star Trek #41
  • Transformers Vs G.I. JOE #5


  • Elephantmen #62
  • Empty #1
  • Five Ghosts #15
  • Ghosted #17
  • Morning Glories #43
  • Satellite Sam #11
  • Shutter #9
  • Southern Bastards #7
  • Tech Jacket #8
  • The Walking Dead #137
  • Witchblade #180


  • Divinity #1 (Of 4)
  • Q2 The Return Of Quantum And Woody #5 (Of 5)
  • Rai #7

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Comic News Insider Episode 539 – More TCAF w/ Box Brown/Eric Kim/Jesse Lonergan/Rebecca Scoble & Lianne Sentar


Comic News Insider: Episode 539 is now available for free download! Click on the link or get it through iTunes! Sponsored by Dynamic Forces.

Reviews: Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #1, Justice League United #1, The New 52: Futures End, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. finale, Arrow finale, Once Upon A Time finale, Warehouse 13 series finale, Godzilla

Jimmy flies solo this week so as not to make the episode too long. He forgets how long winded he is so the episode will still be LONG. Thanks to Producer Joe for the editing magic. However, it’s chock full of more TCAF (The Toronto Comic Arts Festival) goodness! Interviews with Box Brown, Eric Kim, Jesse Lonergan, and Rebecca Scoble/Lianne Sentar. News includes: DC to launch weekly digital first Wonder Woman series, Dynamite Entertainment announces new titles including Bob’s Burgers, Captain Victory, Terminal Hero and Steampunk Battlestar Galactica 1880, John Layman/Rob Guillory’s Chew coming to tabletop games, and Lumberjanes is going to a full series. Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love!

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Come back Friday for the Sports vs Comics panel that Jimmy moderated with Wai Au, Box Brown, Reinhard Kleist and Jesse Lonergan! 

Where Monsters Dwell 194 with Dennis Calero

This week on the liveliest LIVE comic radio show we welcome Dennis Calero to the Monster Cave. Dennis is the award winning and internationally recognized artist of X-Men: Noir and Legion of Superheroes. He has also leant his talents to CCG Properties such as Magic and Legend of the Five Rings, as well as Dungeons & Dragons. Dennis also co-founded Atomic Paintbrush, one of the first computer-coloring companies working in the comic-book field. He joins us to chat about his work past, present and future! If you have a question for Dennis, feel free to post it on our Facebook wall or give us a call at 506-453-4949.

Also; New Comics Day at Strange Adventures, Opening Night at Empire Theatres and Table Topic Turntable

CCL Podcast #187 – Jack Kirby’s Silver Star and OMAC

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I’ve got a jammed packed show for you this week on the show. As I promised, the feature is Jack Kirby’s Silver Star (Image Comics), but I also throw in a bonus review of his O.M.A.C.: One Man Army Corps (DC Comics). I did so because the two main characters, Morgan Miller (SS) and Buddy Black (OMAC) are very similar and both were modeled after one of Jack Kirby’s and Joe Simon’s most
famous creation Captain America; OMAC even more so. As I state in the podcast, both books are not for a first time Kirby reader. The OMAC series was canceled after issue #6 and is left on a huge cliffhanger while Silver Star is just plain convoluted and difficult to comprehend. Both books however are excellent resources for the Kirby enthusiast and they include many pencil sketches supplied by John Morrow of TwoMorrows Publishing.

If you read my column from Monday on the situation with All Star Batman and Robin the Boy Wonder #10, then you’ll be primed for a follow-up segment where I call myself out as a hypocrite (of sorts). I also go over all the Collected Edition related news coming out of the Diamond Retailer Summit and I list the sales estimates for the top 10 graphic novels and collected editions for August 2008. On a side note, I’ll be recording with John Mayo in the next week or so and will post the link to the podcast (as I always do) when it is published. All this including the New Releases of the Week.

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