Weekly Comics Spotlight #024: 2008-01-23

John Mayo and Bob Bretall discuss Blue Beetle #23 by DC, Afterburn #1 by Red 5 Comics and X-Men #207 and the entire Messiah Complex storyline by Marvel.

Time Codes:

00:00 Intro

00:36 General discussion

02:45 DC: BLUE BEETLE #23

06:46 Other: AFTERBURN #1 [RED 5 COMICS]

13:52 Marvel: X-MEN #207 and the Messiah Complex storyline

40:52 Other podcasts Bob and John were on

42:11 Previews teleconference and Previews Spotlight #004 announcement

43:28 Next Week Promo

43:39 Wrap up

44:09 End of episode.


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2 thoughts on “Weekly Comics Spotlight #024: 2008-01-23

  1. Thanks for reviewing Afterburn #1! Just to clarify, in our story the Earth is hit by a blast of radiation from a solar super flare, not an actual blast of fire. That’s why living things died or mutated and why structures were left intact. Paris is burning a year later because over time infrastructure is breaking down, gas tanks break open, mutants set fires, etc. Hope you enjoy issue #2! We have some more mutant shark action and a Jackie Chan style fight.

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