After a couple delays, Ryan and Allen are finally able to get together and discuss the latest issue in the Legion miniseries. Not being so well received in the last episode, can this issue change the minds of your hosts? Sorry for the weird hum, Ryan had to rewire his set up due to technical difficulties. Thanks for listening!
Late into the night Ryan and Allen discuss last weeks X-Men comics. Plus some Fastball Tweets from the episode thread. When Ryan records after 11pm, he’s get a little silly and Allen’s internet is possibly drunk. Thanks for listening!
Intro (0:00), Legion #1 (3:29), Phoenix Resurrection #4 (19:00), X-Men Blue #20 (29:18), X-Men Blue Annual #1 (41:35), Fastball Tweets (55:37), General Discussion/Outro (1:25:46)
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It’s another week filled with X-Men comic reviews from your favorite goofy hosts Ryan and Allen. Their back to discuss the X-Men comics released last week and touch on a bit of comic book news. Anthony and Rob join the guys as well throughout the episode. Everyone is still out of the loop when it comes to Phoenix Resurrection and the theories keep piling on. Join us as the X-Men Monday team dive into some spoilery X-Men comic book coverage. Plus some Fastball Tweets from the episode thread. Thanks for listening!
X-Men Monday have found a new home, but still the same old fun from Ryan and Allen. The guys give you insight into Uncanny Nerdverse and their plans for 2018. Don’t worry there are still a several books to discuss. One book in particular, Phoenix Resurrection which seems to have everyone’s head spinning with thoughts. Plus some Fastball Tweets from the X-Men Monday episode thread. Thanks for listening and welcome to the Uncanny Nerdverse Network!
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Music: Retcon X – “Outcasting”, “Home Is Where Ever You Are” (Clip) Ongface – “Sax Me Your Resume”
Holiday cheer makes for fun X-Men comic book reviews. Even with recent Marvel news, there’s something for everyone within the pages of the books. Kologoth still wants to be left alone with his boo thang and a empty planet. Rob calls in to give his estimated sales summary for the month of November. He may even pop in later too, who knows. In the end, Ryan and Allen are here to provide you a weekly dose of X-Men coverage in the current comics. Plus some Fastball Tweets from the episode thread. Thanks for listening!
Ryan and Allen settle in for a couple recording sessions to provide some discussion on last week’s X-Men and X adjacent titles. Rob and Anthony join the guys for a few books. The guys realize timelines are thrown out and we as readers can only play the guessing game. Plus some Fastball Tweets from the episode thread.
Intro/News (0:00), Secret Warriors #10 (10:27), Despicable Deadpool #290 (36:19), Cable #152 (51:24), Weapon X #12 (1:19:11), All-New Wolverine #28 (1:32:00), Jean Grey #10 (2:00:27), X-Men Blue #17 (2:24:54), Fastball Tweets (2:50:06), General Discussion (3:10:16)
It’s a lighter week before the onslaught of next week’s titles. Ryan and Allen and back to give your weekly coverage of the X-Men books released last week. Why is Charles Xavier even creepier than before he left? The guys discuss that and more on the new episode. Thanks for listening!
The episode that almost didn’t happen. Ryan and Allen come through to deliver their weekly of X-Men comic book coverage. Years of playing in bands pays off and Ryan is able to McGuyver up this recording session. Plus some Fastball Tweets from the episode thread. Thanks for listening! Continue reading →
Four X-Men comics were released last week, Ryan and Allen welcome you to join them, as they discuss and review last week’s comics. Watch out Hydra, the Orphans of X are gearing up to become the biggest threat in the Marvel Universe. Where is Wolverine?! Marvel gives details on where you can find him and it’s not in a X-Men title(s)…..yet. Plus the guys go over the Fastball Tweets from the episode thread. Thanks for listening! Continue reading →
Estimated sales, news, and comic book reviews, you name it. Ryan and Allen are discussing it all on this week’s episode. You’ve probably noticed your local comic shop still has stacks of Marvel Legacy variants, there’s a reason why. Rob comes on and the guys break down Rob’s October sales summary for the X-titles. Rob and Anthony also sit in a couple books this week. Plus some Fastball Tweets from the episode thread. Ryan and Allen have a stacked show for you this week. Thanks for listening!
The penultimate issue of Mojo Worldwide Crossover is upon the guys. Ryan believes several pages of Despicable Deadpool got lost in the printing process. Did Magneto, Polaris, and Danger steal the show this week? Ryan and Allen dive into a discussion about last week’s X-Men comics. Have the guys lost steam for both Despicable Deadpool and the Mojo crossover? Tune in and hear for yourself. Thanks for listening!
Intro/News (0:00), The Despicable Deadpool #289 (16:41), Generation X #8 (29:08), X-Men Gold #15 (1:02:55), Fastball Tweets (1:29:00)
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Rob joins the guys to review Despicable Deadpool and Jean Grey. Jean Grey swims around Emma Frost’s mind and revisits Grant Morrison’s X-Men world. All-New Wolverine continues to ramp things up in an odd exciting way. Plus some Fastball Tweets from the episode thread. Thanks for listening!
It was very close to being a perfect week for X-Men comics. Rob joins Ryan and Allen to review Iceman. Code Red: Maestro’s loose in the 616 universe and Astonishing continues it’s entangled web tale. Plus some Fastball Tweets from the episode thread. Thanks for listening!
Intro (2:12), Iceman #7 (2:12), Old Man Logan #30 (23:49), Astonishing X-Men #5 (42:30), Fastball Tweets/Outro (1:13:11)
Fox titled THE GIFTED recently premiered. Set in a timeline where the X-Men have disappeared, THE GIFTED follows mutant siblings Lauren and Andy Strucker as they and their family flee the government and join forces with an underground group of mutants.
In the first episode of ComicsVerse’s THE GIFTED After Show, we discuss THE GIFTED’s take on the political and poignant themes the X-Men is known for. We talk about the cast and their performances and dig into the nature of the superhero genre in TV and film. THE GIFTED also features established mutants like Polaris, Blink, and Thunderbird, who contribute to the show’s greatest strengths.
While there was a lot hype surrounding Marvel Legacy, there were still two X-Men titles hidden in the shadows. Allen is still out of the out country, but is able to pop in for a minute to review Cable. The guys are joined by Anthony to review both books. Plus Ryan fly’s solo on Fastball Tweets. Thanks for listening!
Allen got married this weekend! So the guys got together early in the week to record the books with Rob. The X-Men titles last week, were a reminder that Marvel Legacy is right around the corner and the issues show. While Allen is away boarding a plane, Rob joins Ryan to read this week’s Fastball Tweets. Thanks for listening!
Intro (0:00), Jean Grey #7 (1:55), X-Men Gold #12 (31:22), Fastball Tweets (52:29), General Discussion (1:06:40)