This last episode of the year sort of snuck up on us, it’s hard to believe that 2009 is coming to an end. The first year of Comic Book Pitt has been a great experience, one that we hope to build upon for 2010. We want to thank all of you who have supported the show in our inaugural year, it really means a lot to us.
Have a safe and happy holiday and we’ll see you in the new year!
Cover scans for the titles we talk about in this episode can be found here.
This episode’s music is by The Vince Guaraldi Trio.
I wasn’t on this episode. So I really don’t know what to say. These guys reviewed some books jabber-jawed about Wizard Magazine sucking and berated each other. I am not going to spoil it but I do believe one of the Couchers cried himself to sleep that night.
Punisher: The List One Shot
Blackest Night #4
The Music Box #1
Music By The Dropkick Murphys, and Wall of Voodoo.
Happy Halloween! While Cammy recovers from his Halloween Hangover, Lobster Johnson guest-hosts this episode. Pick of the Week goes to Greg Rucka & J.H. Williams III for Detective Comics #858 (DC). Fast Five picks include Dark Reign – The List: Punisher #1 (Marvel), Green Lantern #47 (DC), Fantastic Four #572 (Marvel), NOVA #30 (Marvel), and Invincible Presents: Atom Eve & Rex Splode #1 (Image).
Eat some candy, kill some Nazis, and read some comics!
No pick this week, but that doesn’t stop me from having a Fast Five! Picks include Amazing Spider-Man #607 (Marvel), Gotham City Sirens #4 (DC), Punisher Annual #1 (Marvel), Green Lantern #46 (DC), and Secret Warriors #8 (Marvel).
Black Reigns and Darkest Nights make this week action-packed and enjoyable!
Tons of fun in this episode! Pick of the week goes to the Luna Brothers for The Sword #19 (Image). Fast Five includes Dark Reign: The List – Daredevil (Marvel), Batman and Robin #4 (DC), M.O.D.O.K. Reign Delay #1 (Marvel), Blackest Night #3 (DC), and Punisher: Noir #2 (Marvel).
What a fun episode to record. It was only three of us this week and it ended up being a really fun show to do. We ramble on about the comings and goings of the comic book industry, and we discus who should be the next publisher over at DC. Do we have any inside information? No, but we all speculate like we do.
This week’s reviews were Dark Avengers #9, The Brave and the Bold #27, and Beast of Burden #1. It was a monster week for comics and the decision of what to review was certainly not an easy one.
What else needs to be said? This week’s reviews are Lock and Key :Welcome to Lovecraft Special Edition #1, Adventure Comics#2, and Dark Reign: The List #1. We also discus this past week’s big comic news, and Dennis tells us more than we need to know about everything:)
Yup! After an odd week off the Comic couch gang is back to review some books and insult each other in this our 59th Episode. In this episode we take the piss out of Archie #600, Batgirl #1, and the Vertigo Crime books Format. We also review The Green Lama: Bloodlust #1, X-Factor #47, and Blackest Night: Superman #1.
This being or 59th Episode you know what next week means right?!!? On the 10’s we do a very special drink along episode, next week happens to be one of those special shows. We want it to generally focus on you dear listeners so please send in more email so we can drunkenly read it on the show next week. It will be a blasty blast.
This week’s music is by The Dropkick Murphy’s and Mastadon.
There were a lot of mixed opinions on this week’s quick and dirty version of the show. We all have had a busy couple of weeks so all we do is review some books and then argue over who is right. Doesn’t sound like much of a departure does it. It is a little. We were back down to the Original 3 hosts this week as we reviewed The Marvels Project #1, The Hangman #1, and Hack/Slash #24. Don’t forget Episode 60 is in two weeks and it is our special on the 10’s drink along episode. We are going to go through all of our email from you guys but we need more. Send’em in, drunken email reading should be a hoot.
On this weeks very exciting show we do something altogether new for us. We review a book the week before it ships. It is not just any book either, it is one of the hottest independent titles in the country right now! This book, of course, is Chew #3. We also review JSA #29, this is the one where Bill Willingham, Matt Sturges and Jesus Morino take over as the new creative team. Last but not least we take a look at The Sinister Spider-Man from Brian Reed and Chris Bachalo. There is much discussion about the happenings at last weekend’s San Diego Comic-Con.
Music by The Dropkick Murphys, Wall of Voodoo, and Mushroomhead.
As the guy who has to do this write up it is odd for me to do it this week. I wasn’t part of the show proper. I was in the hospital. I think these guys reviewed a few books. Hell if I can remember which ones. If you do listen to the show pay attention to the last 4 minutes or so for a special message from me.
Music by The Dropkick Murphys, Dee-Lite, and Slipknot.
The picks keep on coming in this Point-Five Episode! Fast Five picks include Dark Avengers #7 (Marvel), Fables #86 (Vertigo), Blackest Night: Tales Of The Corps #1 (DC), Captain America #601 (Marvel), and Robot 13: Colossus! #1 (Blacklist Studios).
Remember, no review show next week because of Comic-Con, but expect some footage from Preview Night as filler!
After a week off we are back to bring you spoiler-rific reviews and some interesting nerd conversations.
This week we review Dark X-Men The Beginnings #1, Chew #1, and Wednesday Comics #1. The conversation goes all over the place, even some places it shouldn’t. What else would you expect from your friends at the Comic Couch?
Hint: we talk about Red Skull’s Penis.
Music By: The Dropkick Murphys, Graphic Audio Crisis On Infinite Earths, and Cake.
Sorry everyone. As the person who has to edit and post the shows, I have the least amount of time to do so. Comic Books are a harsh mistress
In this week’s episode we, as usual, change our format again. Now we are planning to review a Marvel a DC, and an indy book every week. This week we chose Detective Comics #854, Dark Avengers/X-men Utopia 1-shot, and Predator #1. Let us know what you think of the change.
Music by: The Real Mckenzies, Down of War II Soundtrack, and Daft Punk