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In the news, we discuss Wizard Magazine’s return, Titans casting, ABC & Marvel’s TV plans, the Joker’s status in the DCEU, Runaways and more!
For Topic Time, we take a look at November DC & Marvel Solicits briefly, then discuss the Marvel Generations books that have come out as of this recording!
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The crew returns for a brand new episode of your favorite comic discussion podcast, Zone 4!
We talk the Logan trailer, Secret Empire, comic conventions, and more.
Then we speculate about the 2017 slate of comic and genre films, promising to do a follow-up episode at the end of the year!
So what are you waiting for? Let’s enter the Zone!
Where Love Takes You
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The Backroom team review
, take a look at some #1’s, and share some con talk. King of the Nerds
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The Backroom team travels to the
Comic Stop to speak with Brian Meredith about creating comics, running comic cons, and industry news.
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Though the highly influential manga series, and resulting TV show, are known for non-stop action and fighting, Dragon Ball started out as a comedy strip reminiscent of Akira Toriyama’s early work, ! Viz’s English versions have gone through various levels of censorship over time to adjust to the low level of sexuality that most Americans expect of kids’ books. Except, most of the characters themselves don’t understand sexuality, and that’s the charm of it; it’s best enjoyed (probably by kids as well) in its pristine form…if you can find it! Tim, Kumar, and Mulele review. Dr. Slump
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We use Wizards’s list of the Top 50 Comic Book movies to discuss our thoughts on some of our favorites. Were some treated unfairly, were some ranked higher than they should have been, and is that really Number 1?
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