Comic News Insider Episode 860 – More Heroes Con w/ Bridgit Connell/Tom Akel!

Comic News Insider: Episode 860 is now available for free download! Click on the link or get it through iTunes! Sponsored by Dynamic Forces.

Reviews: Tank Girl All Stars #1, 2000AD Sci-Fi Special, Preacher s3 premiere, Westworld s2 finale, Incredibles 2, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

Jimmy is still recovering from Heroes Con and brings you more interviews! You’ll hear him talk with pal Bridgit Connell about her new book with Titan Comics called Brother Nash. Always super fun to catch up with Bridgit! And he has a great chat with Tom Akel (Head of Content at Line WebToon) about what comics they are producing, their mission statement, how to get in the webcomics game and more. Thanks to Rachael, Ashley, Karlin and Erica for their audio reviews! News includes: Sam Kieth is writing/illustrating a The Maxx/Batman mini-series, the recent rumors that the Star Wars spin-offs are cancelled may not be true, DC Comics is bringing back their Giant comics exclusively to Wal-Mart and more! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us!

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Comic News Insider Episode 857 – Heroes Con Recap w/ Monica Gallagher/Babs Tarr!

Comic News Insider: Episode 857 is now available for free download! Click on the link or get it through iTunes! Sponsored by Dynamic Forces.

Reviews: Magic Order #1, Plastic Man Vol. 5 #1, Thor Vol. 5 #1, Archer s9 finale, Legion s2 finale, Supergirl s3 finale

Jimmy is back from Heroes Con and all you get is this dumb podcast! He got about 10 interviews and moderated 3 panels. You’ll hear those interviews over the next 2 weeks as well as 2 of the panels. In this episode, you’ll get interviews with Monica Gallagher (Assassin Roommate) and Babs Tarr (Motor Crush)! At Heroes, Jimmy sat down with friends Ashley Lanni and Sarah Delaine to review 3 comics this week. He also got friend Megan Fischer to send in an audio review. Thanks to all! News includes: new The Maxx comics are coming from IDW, the Lucifer TV show gets saved by Netflix, Dark Horse will publish a Stranger Things comic mini-series and more! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us!

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Ultimate Facepalm Page 5: Suicide Squad casting, Blake Livelys’ sex change to become a woman, Krypton TV series and the end of Naruto

On the road again…. Something something I don’t know when…. And er…. etc.

Look if you’re looking for country and western you’ve come to the wrong place!

 

It’s now Diamond Dallas UFP Page

Bulk Nutrients pre work out is great!

The Men who stare at goats is a very good movie

The comic business is booming at ComicZone!

Ryan Reynolds needs the money to pay for Blake Livelys’ sex change operation

C Bomb is NOT in the mafia

 

 

UFP Crew questions and Talk Topics

  • Other comic books characters we’d be keen to see share some screen time
  • Pat Broderick taking aim – The War On Cosplay
  • Batgirl moonlighting as Beyonce

 

 

Nerd News!

  • Benedict Cumberbach CONFIRMED as Dr Strange
  • Suicide Squad movies casting confirmed
  • Krysten Ritter cast as Jessica Jones
  • Michael Colter cast Luke Cage
  • ‘Krypton’ Series In Works At Syfy From David Goyer & Ian Goldberg
  • Announcements from PSX 2014 The Playtstation Experience
  • Naruto final review
  • Cinemaware release It Came From the Desert™: The Action Game – Extended Cut only for Sega Genesis/ Megadrive

Comic Reviews

  • Hellboy and the BPRD
  • Angela #1
  • Secret Six #1

 

 

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Walter White as the new Dr Who, Orson Scott Card disappears and Appleman: “WAAR! WAAR! WAAR!”

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Early drop but a short one (we apologize for those of you who like our normal filibuster eps) but we’ll be back to our normal long-form show by the next drop.

Now let’s get onto it!

 

Gene Hackman IS The Wolverine

 

UFP Crew Questions

–          Battle Royale/The Hunger Games

–          The Best Doctor (Who)

–          Orson Scott Card disappearing act

–          Comic titles we’d take over and what we’d do with them

 

NEWS!

British comic Mel Smith’s passing (R.I.P.)

Glee’s song tribute to Corey Monteith along with some song suggestions

South Australian boy pretends to be girl on Facebook and gets friends to send him nudes

 

NERD NEWS!!!

Eisner Awards!

Best Series – Saga

Best Writer – Brian K Vaughan

Best Writer/artist – Chris Ware

Best Penciller – David Aja and Chris Samnee (Tie)

Best Covers – David Aja

Best Coloring – Dave Stewart

Best Kids Publication – Adventure Time

Best Graphic Album – Building Stories

 

Simpsons/Family Guy crossover!

South Park: Stick of Truth will NOT feature DLC content

Agents of SHIELD first ep debut at SDCC

First footage and trailer for the Robocop remake

Kick Ass 2 red band trailer

Simpsons and Futurama crossover

Hellboy 3 to come

Prometheus comic from Dark Horse

Halo comic from Dark Horse

Tomb Raider by Gail Simone

Venture Bros art book

The Maxx and Hellboy artist editions

New ongoing Nightcrawler book

Deadpool Vs Carnage

Wolverine: Origin 2

Batman and Son animated movie

Assault on Arkham animated movie

Mark Gatiss cast in Game of Thrones

Tom Taylor steps up to writing on Earth 2 and Doom Patrol

Deconstructing Comics #319: “The Maxx”

Even amidst the anything-goes craziness of the early Image years, Sam Kieth’s The Maxx was an outlier. While it included some superhero tropes, it wasn’t really a superhero book, nor was it like much of anything else on the market, then or now. While it definitely has its weaknesses, Kumar and Dana confirm this week that it was absolutely mind-blowing…and emotionally affecting.

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