Where Monsters Dwell 242 with Roger Langridge

WMD 242

This week on the most high-flying LIVE comics radio show, we welcome Roger Langridge into the Monster Cave. You know Rogers work from such great books as Thor: The Mighty Avenger, The Muppets and Snarked. He joins us to chat about all this as well as his latest book ‘The Rocketeer: Hollywood Horror’ from IDW. If you have a question for Roger Langridge, feel free to post it on our Facebook wall.

This week, we will also be presenting our new 1 hour format. The regular WMD show will begin 30 minutes later than usual going forward and will be ending 30 minutes early. We will retain our 2 hour time slot with which we will be presenting some nifty-keen old-timer radio dramas. This week you can tune in at 8 pm EST to hear the old sci-fi series ‘X Minus 1’

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Wednesday Warriors – Episode #96 – Free Comic Book Day in Your Neighborhood

Episode 96

Free Comic Book Day 2011 and its plethora of books are reviewed in full.

Books Reviewed:

Amazing Spider-Man (Marvel Comics)
Written by Dan Slott; Art by Huberto Ramos

Star Wars Clone Wars/Avatar the Last Airbender (Dark Horse Comics)
Written by Johane Matte, J. Torres & Ryder Wyndam; Art by Johane Matte, Gurihiru & Ben Dewey

Green Lantern Special Edition (DC Comics)
Written by Geoff Johns; Art by Ivan Reis & Andy Kubert

Locke & Key Free Comic Book Day Edition (IDW Publishing)
Written by Joe Hill; Art by Gabriel Rodriguez

Mouse Guard/The Dark Crystal (Archaia Entertainment)
Written by David Petersen & Brian Holguin; Art by David Petersen & Brian Holguin

Super Dinosaur Origin Special #1 (Image Comics)
Written by Robert Kirkman; Art by Jason Howard

Atomic Robo (Red 5 Comics)
Written by Brian Clevinger; Art by Scott Wegener

Baltimore/Criminal Macabre (Dark Horse Comics)
Written by Mike Mignola, Christopher Golden & Steven Niles; Art by Ben Stenbeck & Christopher Mitten

Darkness II: Confession (Top Cow)
Written by Matt Hawkins & Filip Sablik; Art by Michael Broussard

Captain America/Thor: The Mighty Fighting Avengers (Marvel Comics)
Written by Roger Langridge; Art by Chris Samnee

Civil War Adventure (History Graphic Press)
Written by Chuck Dixon; Art by Gary Kwapisz

Deadliest Sharks/Prehistoric Predators (Zenescope Entertainment)
Written by Joe Brusha; Art by Anthony Spray

Elric: The Balance Lost (Boom! Studios)
Written by Chris Roberson; Art by Francesco Biagini & Stephen Downer

Loose Ends/I.C.E. (12 Guage Comics)
Written by Jason Latour & Doug Wagner; Art by Chris Brunner & Jose Holder

The Intrepid Escape Goat/Stuff of Legend (Th3rd World Studios)
Written by Brian Smith & Mike Raicht; Art by Brian Smith & Charles Paul Wilson III

Jake the Dreaming (Radical Publishing)
Written by Adam Freeman & Marc Bernardine; Art by Andrew Jones

Rated Free for Everyone (Oni Press)
Written by J. Torres & Josh Williamson; Art by Dean Trippe & Vinnie Navarro

Spontaneous #1 (Oni Press)
Written by Joe Harris; Art by Brett Weldele

The Tick (New England Comics)
Written by Benito Cereno; Art by Les McClaine

Top Shelf Kids Club (Top Shelf Productions)
Written  and drawn by Andy Runton, James Kochalka, Christian Slade, Chris Eliopoulos, Ray Friesen, & Jess Smart Smiley

Worlds of Aspen (Aspen)
Written  by J.T. Krul, Vince Hernandez, Scott Lobdell, Joe Benitez & David Wohl; Art by Jay Fabok, Khary Randolph, Alex Konat, Joe Benitez & Edu Francisco

Young Justice/Batman Super Sampler (DC Comics)
Written by Franco Aureliani, Art Baltazar & Sholly Fisch; Art by Mike Norton, Rick Burchett & Dan Davis

Trivia contest: The New York Five #1 signed by Brian Wood.

New York Five #1

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**Wednesday Warriors is a podcast for everyone counting down the days every week until Wednesday when the new comics hit the stands. With discussions about what’s going on in the industry, reviews of current and older comics, and a wide variety of opinions from well-read fans. More information can be found @ fightforcomics.com

Wednesday Warriors – Episode #95 – Thorgasm

Episode 95

The Warriors have seen Thor and they give their full reviews and admit how smitten they are with Chris Hemsworth.

Books reviewed:

The Mighty Thor Omnibus Vol. 1 (Marvel Comics)
Written by Stan Lee, Larry Lieber & Robert Bernstein; Art by Jack Kirby, Al Hartley, Joe Sinnott & Don Heck

Thor: Tales of Asgard (Marvel Comics)
Written by Stan Lee; Art by Jack Kirby, Don Heck, Paul Reinman, George Roussos & Chic Stone

The Mighty Thor by Walter Simonson Omnibus (Marvel Comics)
Written by Walter Simonson; Art by Walter Simonson, Sal Buscema, Terry Austin, Bret Blevins, Geof Isherwood, Al Milgrom, Joe Sinnott & Bob Wiacek

Thor by J. Michael Straczynski (Marvel Comics)
Written by J. Michael Straczynski; Art by Marko Djurdjevic, Olivier Coipel, Mike McKone

The Might Thor #1 (Marvel Comics)
Written by Matt Fraction; Art by Olivier Coipel & Mark Morales

Loki #1-4 (Thor: Trial of Loki) (Marvel Comics)
Written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa; Art by Sebastian Fiumara

Thor: The Mighty Avenger #1-8 (Marvel Comics)
Written by Roger Langridge; Art by Chris Samnee

Trivia contest: Thor: Ages of Thunder signed by Matt Fraction, Thor/Iron Man FCBD signed by Matt Fraction, Loki #1 and The Warriors Three #1.

Thor Ages of Thunder Thor/Iron Man FCBD Loki #1 The Warriors Three #1

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**Wednesday Warriors is a podcast for everyone counting down the days every week until Wednesday when the new comics hit the stands. With discussions about what’s going on in the industry, reviews of current and older comics, and a wide variety of opinions from well-read fans. More information can be found @ fightforcomics.com

The Fourth Wall Comics Podcast Episode 120

120 podcast, 120 minuets and 20 books. The boys strap themselves in for their longest podcast yet as they go over books not only from last week but the week before as well!  Listen as they get in a positive mood with with Lil’ Depressed Boy and then immediately have a heated debate over The Stuff of Legend. Also, big announcements are made as a new dawn for the Fourth Wall begins.

SHOW NOTES

START (00:00:18)

Last Week

  • Jonah Hex #65 (00:00:47)
  • Herculian #1 (00:08:40)
  • Carbon Grey #1 (00:17:54)
  • Locke & Key Keys To The Kingdom #5  (00:23:55)
  • Sweet Tooth #19 (00:28:52)
  • Joe The Barbarian #8 (00:33:47)
  • Axe Cop Bad Guy Earth #1 (00:44:43)
  • Takio Gn Hc (00:47:01)

This Week

Indies

  • Lil Depressed Boy #2 (00:51:28)
  • Stuff of Legend: The Jungle #4 – Plus a discussion about violence in comic books and the effects on kids reading them. (00:59:50)
  • 27 #4 (01:17:00)
  • Walking Dead #82  (01:19:22)
  • Garth Ennis Jennifer Blood #2 (01:25:25)

Mainstream

  • Batman Incorporated #3 (01:29:39)
  • Venom #1 (01:35:40)
  • Punisher Max #11 (01:37:41)
  • 5 Ronin #2 (01:40:20)
  • Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #155 (01:44:37)
  • New Avengers #10 (01:49:04)

Mini TRADE: Thor Mighty Avenger Tp Vol 02 (01:52:28)

Announcements (01:56:40)

END (2:00:00)

Comic Book Pitt #52: “Who the #$@! is Reggie?”

our army at war one shot

Listen to this episode

It doesn’t happen often, but occasionally we have a guest on CBP. This week we were fortunate enough to have our friend and fellow podcaster, Nick Marino, on the show.

Be warned, this episode has some explicit language and goes a little longer than usual, clocking in at slightly over an hour and a half. In between some random conversation, we manage to talk about Amazing Spider-Man #642, Baltimore The Plague Ships #1, King! #1, The Last Days of American Crime #3, Our Army At War featuring Sgt.Rock One-Shot, and Thor The Mighty Avenger #4.

Comic Book Pitt theme music is by Nik Furious. You can find more of Nik’s music on iTunes.

Cover scans for the titles we talk about in this episode can be found on the CBP Flickr site.

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The Fourth Wall Comics Podcast Episode 99

Is the 22 page story told within the ninth issue of Daytripper better than the 148 minute long story told in the film Inception? Listen and find out.

INDIES

  • [00:50] Daytripper #9 (of 10)
  • [06:21] Northlanders #31
  • [10:12] The Walking Dead #76
  • [15:02] Buzzard #3 (of 3)
  • [18:11] Morning Glories #1

MAINSTREAM

  • [23:21] Superman #702
  • [26:36] Thor: Mighty Avenger #3
  • [29:07] Incredible Hulk #611
  • [33:42] Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man #13