Ryan revisits Tom King’s debut arc writing Batman, while Allen reads “I Am Gotham” arc for the first time. The guys then got together to break down the story, providing a general discussion and review on the first Batman story in DC’s Rebirth. Thanks for listening!
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New Avengers – Breakout is the story that relaunched the Avengers team and books following Avengers Disassembled. Zomburai joins Dylan and John to discuss this story as well as the comics industry as well as superhero team books.
Brian Michael Bendis’ writing (15:17)
How do we feel about this Avengers lineup? (18:54)
What is the role of a team book in comics publishing (23:43)
This week I wanted to correct something that has haunted me since the very first episode of this podcast. What is that you might ask? It would be redo the horrendous review of Avengers Disassembled TP from the origin episode. As always I do a detailed review of the book and talk all things surrounding it. Enjoy!
Ok, so it’s really not THAT long of an episode, but it is giant in the sense that Juan Daeho of Super Podcasto fame has returned and for many of our listeners that is kind of a big deal, if not entirely predictable.
Juan proudly stands in for Shepherd – who is off cramming for yet more medical school exams – and we cover a swath of topics, from DC integrating television characters into their movies; how amazing MST3K is and conversely how WRONG Juan is when he says they are overrated; Doc’s campaign against Michael Bay, David Finch being slapped on to Wonder Woman; Alan Davis and Savage Hulks, and twirly mustaches.
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On this podcast we review a few comics. Ms. Marvel #1, Loki: Agent of Asgard #1 and Wolverine #1 from Marvel. The new Turok: Dinosaur Hunter #1 from Dynamite Entertainment, and a sneaky review of DC Comics’ Forever Evil #5. Listen in!
In this episode, we end the “Summer of Valiant” with a review of Valiant’s X-O Manowar #4. We also take a look at the “shocking” Justice League #12 developments. Then we switch to TV with the announcement of the S.H.I.E.L.D. series. It’s like Must-See TV for your ears. Listen in!
This week on the most patriotic LIVE comics radio program, we welcome fellow Canadian and superstar comics artist, David Finch to the monster cave. David is, of course currently blowing your mind on DC’s Batman: The Dark Knight series to which he brings his own style of darkness and grit. He joins us to chat about that book, his process and how he spent his Canada Day.
If you have a question for David, feel free to post it on our Facebook wall or give us a call at 506-453-4949.
Plus!: This week on ‘Shit Comics Reviewers Say’; We picked up Supreme #65 and Manhattan Projects #4 from Strange Adventures and tonight they get the review treatment.
Hey Folks! We’re back with the Raging Bullets guys to talk about David Finch’s The Dark Knight #1 & #2. We go in-depth on the story, artwork, and pacing as well as some other Batman related topics! Listen in now!
Picks for May: DC:
DC RETROACTIVE: JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA – THE ‘70S #1
Written by CARY BATES
Art by TBD
Cover by TBD MARVEL:
CAPTAIN AMERICA #1
Written by ED BRUBAKER
Pencils & Cover by STEVE MCNIVEN
Cover by STEVE MCNIVEN
THE RED WING #1 – GEM OF THE MONTH
story JONATHAN HICKMAN
art & cover NICK PITARRA & RACHELLE ROSENBERG
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In issue 39, the guys discuss the Baltimore Comic Con coming in August, David Finch’s new Batman gig, Elden discusses info on the new Fright Night remake and the guys talk about the possibility of the Old Spice Guy becoming Luke Cage. In What’s Tangling the Webs, we talk about the Machete trailer as well as the new photos from the Thor and Green Lantern movies. In 1st Impressions, Kevin telss us why he thinks that Inception was such a good mind f*ck and why it’s Oscar worthy. Aitch gives us a better late than never review of Toy Story 3 and then Predators. In Comic Reviews, Kev reviews The Boys 44, Aitch talks about Batman and Robin 13 and Amazing Spider-Man 637 and recommendations this week are Chew 12, The 6th Gun by Oni Press, Stuff of Legends vol II and a few others.