Reviews: Fence #1, Minky Woodcock: Girl Who Handcuffed Houdini #1, Ninja-K #1, The Punisher, Justice League
Emily Edwards returns to co-host after a short absence and also joining Jimmy is good friend Shelby Olafson! 2 co-hosts for the price of 1! Jimmy attended Anime NYC and talks about what he saw and some people with whom he chatted. News includes: CB Cebuslki is the new Marvel Comics Editor-In-Chief, Mark Millar is bringing out new Kick-Ass and Hit Girl comics, a new Harley Quinn animated series will stream on DC Comics upcoming digital service and more! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us!
Reviews: Action Man #1, Lucas Stand #1, She Wolf #1, Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens Adaptation #1, Game of Thrones S6 finale
The last of the Heroes Con interviews are upon us! Jimmy sat down with Brenden Fletcher for a long overdue interview about his work on Gotham Academy, Batgirl, Black Canary and more. Jimmy’s old friend Rebecca joins him in studio in the rotating co-host chair and they have a lengthy (sorry) discussion about that Game of Thrones finale. They discuss a PR email and Jimmy is ecstatic over a Steranko tweet to him. News includes: Cerebus returns, Kick-Ass and Hit-Girl also return in comic book form, IDW is bringing us a new Star Trek anthology, the new Mortal Kombat film has cast 12 major roles, the second volume of the music of DC comics is coming, the 2016 NJ Superhero weekend at Comic Fusion is again holding their annual event in August. Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us!
This week, we review three comic books: Hit-Girl #1 from Icon/Millarworld, Amazing Spider-Man #688 from Marvel Comics, and The Hypernaturals #1 from Boom Studios. Three reviews in one episode? You’d be crazy like a lizard to pass up that value. Listen in!
Normally we would write something “clever” here, but instead we would like to use this space to promote our new love of albino ferrets! Boy they are aweome. Fear not, we still have time to check out comics.
Intro & Outro Music:
“Horsefeathers” by Bo
0:00:48 – Intro’s, throat clearing and yoga
0:04:22 – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #1 (IDW)
0:12:03 – Retroactive Justice League America (DC)
0:20:25 – Kick Ass 2 #3 (Icon)
0:25:38 – War Goddess #0 (Boundless)
0:30:45 – Punisher #2 (Marvel)
0:33:06 – Captain America & Bucky #621 (Marvel)
0:38:45 – Dungeons & Dragons #10 (IDW)
0:42:05 – Green Arrow #15 (DC)
0:46:05 – Mystery Men #4 (Marvel)
0:47:00 – Ultimates #1 (Marvel)
0:48:00 – Weed Uses Previews!!!
0:50:10 – Mysterious Ways #2 (Top Cow)
0:52:50 – Interupting Capones, Outro and Weather Theories
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Final video review show for a while! Pick Of The Week goes to Jason Aaron & Renato Guedes for Wolverine #14 (Marvel). Fast Five picks include Superman Beyond #0 (DC), Kick-Ass 2 #3 (Icon), FF #8 (Marvel), American Vampire #18 (Vertigo), and Captain America & Bucky #621 (Marvel).
Tune-in next week to the main site for the audio format!
Very good week to be a comic book fan! Pick Of The Week goes to Jonathan Ross & Tommy Lee Edwards for Turf #3 (Image). Fast Five picks include Superman/Batman #77 (DC), The Walking Dead #78 (Image), Kick-Ass 2 #1 (Icon), Guarding The Globe #2 (Image), and Hulk #26 (Marvel).
This one is a Barn Burner folks. get enthralled on who is a better crooner: Crosby, Como, or Sinatra, and whether Barbara Streisand belongs in that group. Enjoy as the boys Discuss Love Story and Saturday night Fever. Is Funny Girl a Movie that Transcends Sexual Orientation. If you don’t listen you will never know the true answers. Kick ass is spoken about in earnest now that two members of the show have seen it, and the deficiencies of Mark Millar as a writer are proven again and again. The Preacher Vs. The Boys (and how many times can TJ destroy his own argument by mistakenly calling Preacher The Boys). TJ has put on his Catholic school girl skirt and his hair in pig tails as he gets more into the world of Manga, this time with Deathnote Vol. 1. Mike and Kevin decide which run of Power Girl is better and the almost come to blows (well not really it is actually very cordial and dare i say delightful). Kevin loves Spitfire and Spitters and Head in general. We learn that Paul Cornell is actually a woman. Dna JT sah neeb detniopassid ni Annataz hcihw sah denrut morf ynnuf ot gnirob ni eerht seussi. Lastly Tj get Warren Ellis’s run of Excalibur spoiled for him but it leads to a x talk so that is fun. Enjoy!
In this fine episode you will learn the most unsexy 9 words that you can ever say to a woman. Also A bottle of Poland Springs and the god damn environment draw the ire of TJ. Kevin Discusses Kick-Ass and that leads to a discussion of Over-rated Writers including Bendis and the Story telling techniques that they like to stomp into the ground, Scarlett and Thought Balloons I am looking in your direction. Then we get into a little Brightest day and Green Arrow discussion. Also spoken about is the Thor Power Pack series and Mystery Society 2. Superman: Last Family of Krypton and Elseworlds is brought up and we learn who like them and who doesn’t and that brings us to the Annual Events of the ’90s. We get deep into an Issue vs. Trade debate that leads to some fantastic Booster Gold and JLI talk.
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Finally! A new episode! That’s what happens when you get addicted to Showtime’s Dexter folks, sorry for the delay. Have no fear 110 is in the can and will be out soon as well! Hooray!
Anyway, this episode Brent, Ian, and Alec B (Teenage Wasteland) review Iron Man 2 and Kick-Ass! Just in time for the DVD releases! Enjoy!
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In the Kick @ss roundtable, Aitch Greg and Will discuss the differences in the movie and the comic, the ‘controversy’ surrounding this movie as well as other ‘controversial’ movies. They also discuss how other comics to movies have fared over the years and what has helped or hindered their creation.
Welcome to the now irrelevent Dollar Bin review of the movie Kick Ass adapted from the book Kick Ass by Mark Millar and John Romita Jr. Listen in to this late night discussion about why Joel is wrong. Brace yourself at every turn through the hold-on-to-your-seat horror ride of joy and laughter.