Comic Book Savant Trade Your Pick Episode 33: G.I. Joe: Cobra Vol. 1 TP


This month’s Trade Your Pick selection is G.I. Joe Cobra Vol. 1: TP. As always I do a detailed review of the book and talk all things surrounding it. Enjoy!

Comic Book Pitt #44 – Back To Basics

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The Comic Book Pitt is once again alive with activity! Duke and Dang reunite after almost six weeks and there’s a lot to talk about. There is comic book talk and some reviews, but we’ve gone back to a looser, more conversational style like when we first started.

Aside from comic books, we talk some webcomics, specifically Axe Cop and Cyanide and Happiness

Also, we finally play a voice mail! Sorg from The Wrestling Mayhem Show brings up a once super-popular comic book from the recent past.

Cover scans for the titles we talk about in this episode can be found here.

This episode’s music is by Boston.

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Comic Addiction – Episode 113

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Welcome back, folks!  This episode Chris and Paul (yes! That Paul) gather around Skype and talk comic news and review a few books.

In the News:

– Marvel’s new Astonishing line
– $1 million for Action Comics #1
– DC Entertainment’s new leadership

In the Reviews:

– Green Lantern Corps #45
– Batman #696 from DC Comics
– Doomwar #1 from Marvel Comics
– G.I. Joe Cobra II #2 from IDW

The show is now moving to a bi-weekly schedule, so we’ll see you in two weeks!

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The music from this episode is from Paul’s band – Old Man! You can listen to more of Old Man’s music over at their web site: www.oldmanlouisville.blogspot.com.