We may sound funny to us, but we (hopefully) sound ok to you. Let’s get it on!
G Money thought Robbie Williams and Robin Williams were the same person for years.
We try to explain what happened with the Australian elections and what it might mean for us and the country
UFP Crew Questions!
– It’s official, Iron Man 3 is terrible
– New 52 Vs Marvel Now
– Best/favourite Directors
– Explaining the Australian elections via nerd/pop culture references
– Yeast infections
– Thor 2 posters
– Web shows we watch
– Female superhero movies
You get to hear what we talk about over the break! It’s our reaction to the new Lobo.
Movie Review: Riddick
NERD NEWS! (@ 1 hour 29 mins)
– JH Williams walks off Batwoman
– CP Smith replaces Ben Templesmith on Ten Grand
– All new Invaders by James Robinson and Steve Pugh
– Harley Quinn Zero issue art contest
– Casting news for Amazing Spiderman 2 and 3
– Mortal Instruments future uncertain (GOOD!)
– Michael Shannon to play Elvis Presley
– iPhone 5S released and no-one cares!
– Diablo 3 for PS3/Xbox360
– How much it would cost to make Dr Wily’s castle from Mega Man 2
– Infinity #2
– Forever Evil
– Battle of the Atom
Comic Book Nostalgia Galore!!
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Quite the variety this week in comics! Pick of the Week from Robert Kirkman, Ryan Ottley, and Todd McFarlane is Haunt #1 (Image). Fast Five picks include Sir Edward Grey: Witchfinder #4 (Dark Horse), Irredeemable #7 (BOOM! Studios), Sweet Tooth #2 (Vertigo), Criminal: The Sinners #1 (Icon), and The Mighty #9 (DC).
Contests aplenty this episode thanks to Rising Sun Creations! Next week: Episode 100!
Comics on Comics takes you inside the hottest comic industry event in Los Angeles: Comic Book Sunday!
Host Juan-Manuel Rocha is joined by Jim Krueger (Avengers/Invaders, Project Superpowers, Justice) and fellow Comic Book Sunday founder Ben Jackendoff along with comedians Tom Franck (Comics and Comics) and Tim Babb (Tancast.com) for a wild hour of comics and comedy!
In this episode, our panel looks at Marvel & DC’s return to the 90s storylines in X-men,Superman and Batman before debating the “Breaking of the Marvel Universe” from the perspective of Joe Quesada and Steve Ditko, then takes a look Daniel and Charles Knauf’s reimagined Phantom for Syfy and the impact of comic fanboys on the industry before looking back at the history of Comic Book Sunday and the current and future projects of Jim Krueger!
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