Reviews: The Curse Of The Brimstone #1, Demi-God #1, Isola #1, Xerxes: The Fall of the House of Darius and the Rise of Alexander #1, Legion S2 premiere
Jon Hoche returns to the rotating co-host chair once again. Jimmy went to MoCCA Festival over the weekend and got some great interviews. Including a last minute/unplanned one with THE John Leguizamo! Jimmy gives his recap of the festival as well. The boys talk about the Legends of Tomorrow finale, the upcoming The Walking Dead finale and that Heroes For Hire rumored TV series. News includes: a new Catwoman comic series is coming, a Y: The Last Man TV series is in the works, Toy Story 4 gets a release date and more! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us!
The shortest episode of Talking Legion to date. While Allen found some enjoyment in the issue. Ryan would have rather stayed in bed watching Defenders of the Earth. But luckily the tv show returns next week. Thanks for listening!
After a couple delays, Ryan and Allen are finally able to get together and discuss the latest issue in the Legion miniseries. Not being so well received in the last episode, can this issue change the minds of your hosts? Sorry for the weird hum, Ryan had to rewire his set up due to technical difficulties. Thanks for listening!
Daredevil: Born Again is this month’s Poll List review. Randy also announces the Grawlix Cinematic Universe podcast, the G-Crew derail into The Punisher and Legion TV series discussion and more. Enjoy!
Reviews: Legion #1, Raven Daughter of Darkness #1, X-Men Blue Annual #1
Jon Hoche returns to co-host! They catch up on movies they finally saw. The John Wick films for Jimmy. Jumanji and Star Wars: The Last Jedi for Jon. News includes: new Justice League comics are coming, Batman is getting his yellow oval symbol back, Valiant gets bought out, a Riverdale musical episode will be Carrie-esque and more! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us!
Late into the night Ryan and Allen discuss last weeks X-Men comics. Plus some Fastball Tweets from the episode thread. When Ryan records after 11pm, he’s get a little silly and Allen’s internet is possibly drunk. Thanks for listening!
Intro (0:00), Legion #1 (3:29), Phoenix Resurrection #4 (19:00), X-Men Blue #20 (29:18), X-Men Blue Annual #1 (41:35), Fastball Tweets (55:37), General Discussion/Outro (1:25:46)
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Talking Legion returns! The guys are back to review the debut issue of Peter Milligan and Wilfredo Torres’ Legion mini-series. Maybe not the big return Ryan and Allen expected. But they’re just stoked to finally discuss David Haller. Thanks for listening!
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Heidi MacDonald (The Beat) returns to join Jimmy in the annual “Best of 2017” podcast! While there were many amazing comic books, TV shows, films and more…these are the best picks that THEY happen to read/watch. They probably missed some of your favorites but hope you check out what they really enjoyed in 2017. I mean, just check out that picture above. They covered A LOT! They’re definitely more loquacious than laconic so buckle up for a long ride! So many great creators in comics this year and quite a few got multiple kudos throughout the podcast. Thanks to Penelope Bagieu, Emil Ferris, Tillie Walden, Tom King, Greg Pak, Sina Grace and many others for bringing us such amazing work last year. Looking forward to all of your future projects! Drop us a line and let us know what some of your favorites were so we can check them out. Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us!
Allen and Ryan get together to discuss and review one of the important moments of David Haller in the X-Men lure. The guys provide some insight how this episode came to be. Tune in and find out why this a must read.
New Mutants Vol. 1 #27
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Ryan and Allen get together to discuss the first three issues of the Legion Quest crossover event. Which serves as the prelude to the big staple event “Age of Apocalypse”. Things get wacky as David Haller’s actions throw the X-Men and even your hosts into a classic bizarre 90’s event. Thanks for listening!
After a month’s hiatus (due to unforeseen circumstances), the on-location episode is back! And for the March visit to Valhalla Games and Comics, the topic is completely open. On this recording Derek is joined my several of the shop regulars including Craig, Matt, and Tristan. Among the many topics they cover are the recent Justice League Vs. Suicide Squad miniseries; the latest (and one of the best) X-Men films, Logan; the news surrounding the production of Star Trek: Discovery; and lots of manga talk. In fact, from the amount of time everyone discussed Japanese comics, it looked like this might turn into the month’s manga episode. Along the way the guys discuss Stephen Hillenburg (the creator of SpongeBob SquarePants) and his recently announced fight with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, legally permissible uses of the word “mutant,” Derek’s shame at being so behind on Marvel’s Netflix and Fox series, and Tristan’s utter dislike of children.
Reviews: Elektra Vol 4 #1, Highlander American Dream #1, Jim Henson’s Power of the Dark Crystal #1, Justice League of America Vol 5 #1, Agents of SHIELD
Jimmy returns to his home town of Jacksonville, FL and reunites the Jax Beach posse of Ashley Lanni and Ted Carruba. They chat about the nerd wins at The Oscars and Jimmy and Ashley go on about their love for both Zootopia and Moana. News includes: IDW is publishing a Jack Kirby artist edition book, Matt Reeves WILL direct the solo Batman film, Chris McKay is in talks to direct a solo Nightwing movie, Rob Liefeld’s Youngblood returns to Image Comics in May, American Gods will debut on Starz in late April, Siri will pretend to be the Batcomputer from Lego Batman, and Logan will be the last hurrah for both Hugh Jackman and Patrick Stewart in their respective roles. Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us!