On this podcast we talk about the passing of Adam West, the possible engagement of Batman, and the Black Panther teaser. Then it’s on to Wizard World Comic Con Philadelphia and our review of Wonder Woman. Best DC film yet? Listen in!
Reviews: All-New Guardians of the Galaxy #1, Youngblood Vol 5 #1, Once Upon A Time musical episode, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
Jon Hoche joins Jimmy once again to co-host! They talk about Free Comic Book Day and Jimmy’s upcoming trip to Toronto for TCAF (Toronto Comic Arts Festival) this weekend. He’ll be moderating some panels and has many an interview planned! News includes: Marvel Comics apologies for Secret Empire, a new Hellboy film is coming after all with a different star/director, Manchester Black is returning too the DCU, The Trapster returns to the Marvel U, the Star Trek Cruise announces stars/events, Guy Ritchie confirms that the Aladdin movie will be a musical and more! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us!
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Dylan and John discuss Emerald City Comicon 2017 and share their experiences with the event. We talk about panels we saw, people we chatted with, and what Reed Pop is doing well and where we could see some improvement.
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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!
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Reviews: Hulk Vol 4 #1, Supergirl: Being Super #1
Jimmy is joined in studio again by the Jon-uary co-host, Jon Hoche! They wish you a happy new year and gush over the Wonder Woman trailers. Jimmy also laments how a friend will try to keep talking about an episode of a show they both watch even when Jimmy says he hasn’t seen the one from the previous night yet! The nerve! News includes: Geoff Johns will write some Watchmen comics, Grant Morrison’s Multiversity kind of returns, Rob Liefeld has sold the film options to more of his comic endeavors and The Walking Dead star Andrew Lincoln promises more levity when the show returns. Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us!
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Join Kumar and Koom as they discuss Alan Moore’s run on the palladium paragon, the alabaster avenger, the archetypical archetype: Rob Liefeld’s Supreme. Kumar tries not to lose it over the Image era ‘artwork’ while Koom attempts to reconcile supremium with revisionist theory. Supreme was Moore’s last outing with a true blue superhero in the classical mould. Both postmodern and nostalgic for lost comic values at the same time, this run sits Janus-like between Moore’s early work and his modern period.
Reviews: All-Star Batman #1, Backstagers #1, Betty and Veronica #1, Evil Heroes #1, The Hellblazer #1, Predator vs Judge Dredd vs Aliens #1. Stranger Things, Penny Dreadful (series finale), Preacher (finale), The Tick (pilot), Fear the Walking Dead. Suicide Squad
We’re back! After a 6 week hiatus filled with San Diego Comic Con coverage goodness, Jimmy and Emily return with an episode full of reviews (like, lots of them!)) and news and all sorts of nerdy stuff. Jimmy attended Star Trek Misson New York and gives his recap. News includes: multiple new heroes will be appearing in various superhero shows, the Nimona audiobook gets a full cast, Brie Larson is Captain Marvel, Zendaya is Mary Jane Watson, Rob Liefeld is bringing back Youngblood to Image Comics, Riri Williams will be Ironheart, the Invincible comic will end with issue #144, Supergirl and The Flash will crossover in a 2 episode musical event, a new animated movie Batman: Return of the Caped Crusader will feature the voices of Adam West/Burt Ward/Julie Newmar, and much more! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us!
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It’s time to make the chimichangas! Brent and Ian are joined by longtime friend of the show, and Supershow Episode veteran, Steve Katz, as they review the Rated R Superstar, Deadpool! Get ready for a pretty even-handed review of the film, as not everybody was completely thrilled with it. But some were! Two distinct opinions within with civil conversation throughout. Madness, right? Anywho, of course there’s madness! It’s Deadpool! And oh, spoilers, because duh. Then, the episode concludes with some quick talk about DC’s upcoming Rebirth.
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On this podcast we talk some Doctor Who, Wonder Woman, Dark Knight 4 and a possible Prophet movie. Mixing it up. Then we review the first two episodes of Marvel’s Jessica Jones. Listen in!
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Reviews: Americatown #1, Beauty #1, Boy-1 #1
Jimmy is joined in the remote upper eastside studio by good pal Jon Hoche! They catch up on things over the past month, reminisce on their time on Disneyland last month, and marvel over the time Eazy-E showed up at one of Rob Liefeld’s signings back in the 90’s. News includes: a Star Wars land will be built simultaneously in Disney Land and Disney World, Lawrence Kasdan and his son Jon are teaming up to work on a young Han Solo stand-alone feature, The Walking Dead season 6 will premiere during New York Super Week at NYCC, a DC Comics based workplace comedy called Powerless is coming to NBC, trading cards featuring top comic creators will benefit Seth Kushner’s family and more! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us!
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Brant, Chris and Mike Spider-Slayer are back with an all-new Comic Chat episode of Zone 4!
In this episode, we discuss the reviews the new Fantastic Four movie is receiving, the new NSFW Red Band trailer for Deadpool, Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows, and more.
Chris also goes on a rant about comments Dan Didio made in a recent interview about the DC Universe.
The finer points of bacon hotdogs and 7/11 slurpees also come into play.
To wrap things up, we make a couple of Zone 4 related announcements.
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On this podcast we talk about some SDCC news. Everything leaks. Then it’s on to comics with reviews of Bloodstrike #1 and Transference #1. *Insert ankle, pouch or giant gun joke here* Listen in!
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Do you like year end “Best of” shows? Good, cause here’s another one. This episode, we pick the 21 geekiest things of 2012… excluding the Avengers movie. Sorta.
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Merry Christmas! This week it’s a Savage Hawkman reunion as Mark sits down with comic legend, Rob Liefeld, for a 2 hour special. Mark and Rob discuss Youngblood #75, as well as the entire Extreme line of comics. Also, Rob talks about his dealings in Hollywood, his time at DC, and his thoughts on Marvel Now. Follow Rob on Twitter @robertliefeld.
Also, be sure to buy A Cat Named Haiku 2: The Dust Bunny by Mark digitally on Comixology. Follow Mark on Twitter @koniwaves. Check out Mark and Owen Gieni’s Avengelyne webseries at avengelyne.keenspot.com. The unpublished issues from their Image run are currently being uploaded every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
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Closing Credits Song is 3OH!3 – “Streets of Gold”
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