Comic Timing – Episode 159 Part 2: Snowpiercer, Marvel DCU and You


The key art for this episode will only make sense to those of you who listen to the episode all the way through the credits, just so ya know. The show starts off with Ian solo talking Snowpiercer, both the movie and the comic, and Captain America, and then transitions into Ian, Brent, Brandon and Raph discussing some Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. casting news, further thoughts on The Flash pilot, and then there is a lengthy discussion on digital comics and Marvel’s Digital Comics Unlimited platform and how ti might effect numbers on titles that are available in the marketplace. Check it all out!

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The Incompetent Comic Cabal Cast 021: Jeff’s Zany Solo Adventure!

Abandoned by his peers and left alone with nothing but a laptop, a microphone and two weeks worth of comics, our hero Jeff must overcome his loneliness and bring podcasting joy to the podcatching, iTunes-using masses!  He starts with non-comics talk (gasp!) and gives his thoughts on the Doctor Who 2011 Christmas Special: The Doctor, The Widow and The Wardrobe and  reviews The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn. He spoils these books:


Uncanny X-Force 17 / Ghostbusters 4 / Justice League 4 / Captain America and Bucky 625 / Black Panther: The Most Dangerous Man Alive 527 / Uncanny X-Men 3 / Ultimate Comics X-Men 5 / Ultimate Comics Spider-Man 5 / Spaceman 3


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