Star Trek into Darkness, Raw Comedy and a $120 Egg and Bacon roll

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The BIG five-oh! What an occasion!….. Ah, really who cares? 50 eps of shit talking and verbal wank ain’t no great shakes.


This is the show….


John Eats Carrots

Unfunny commentary over playing video games is in super high demand at the moment

RAW Comedy jumps the shark by becoming the comedy equivalent of “The X Factor”

Come to Australia for the sunshine, koalas and $120 egg and bacon rolls

Clive Palmer is a reverse vending machine

Zooey Deschanel forces relevancy

Good grief Charlie Brown! Stop stalking your ex!

Vin Diesel is the reason Facebook still exists


Movie Review: Star Trek into Darkness @ 50 mins


NERD NEWS @ 1hr and 5 mins

William Fichtner cast as The Shredder

Wonder Woman Earth One artwork revealed

Sample footage for Marvels’ Big Hero 6 drops

Gravity trailer

Batman Inc double issue conclusion

American Vampire Anthology

The 1000 page Archie Extravaganza

We pick our “desert island” comics

Cammy’s Comic Corner Presents: The Cammys – Nominees


The First Annual Prestigious Cammy Awards! I give you the nominees in the following categories: Best Writer, Best Artist, Best Cover Artist, Best Series, Best Miniseries, Best Single Issue, and Best Graphic Novel.

Tune in January 4th, 2012 for the results!

Cammy’s Comic Corner – Episode 182


The key to the selections this week; a fun time. Pick Of The Week goes to Jeff Lemire & Alberto Ponticelli for Frankenstein: Agent of SHADE #1 (DC). Fast Five picks include Batman & Robin #1 (DC), American Vampire: Survival Of The Fittest #4 (Vertigo), PunisherMAX #17 (MAX), Batwoman #1 (DC), and Scalped #52 (Vertigo).

The DC reboot continues on strong this week!

The New Fourth Wall Comics Podcast #1

A new era for the Fourth Wall has begun. A Fourth Wall re-boot… of sorts. Perhaps the title a certain Irish rock band’s debut album says it best… “Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can’t We?”

Let us know what you think of our new number one! E-Mail us at In celebration of our new beginning, random people will be chosen to win free comics!

Show Notes:
The Walking Dead #88 [06:20]

Punisher Max #16 (the “Frank” arc) [20:50]

Detective Comics #871-881 [32:50]

Fight For Comics – 101 – Comic Book Ketchup

Fight For Comics 101

The Warriors get rebooted! And there is no better way to start fresh than with an episode of Comic Book Ketchup! The Warriors reviews all the comics that have tickled their fancy in the last month! Huzzah!

Books reviewed are:

Fear Itself #3 (Marvel Comics)
Written by Matt Fraction; Art by Stuart Immonen & Wade Von Grawbadger

Justice League: Subway Famous Fans #2 (DC Comics)

Superman #712 (DC Comics)
Written by Kurt Busiek; Art by Rick Leonardi & Jonathan Sibal

Ultimate Spider-Man #160 (Marvel Comics)
Written by Brian Michael Bendis; Art by Mark Bagley & Andy Lanning

Flashpoint: Legion of Doom #1 (DC Comics)
Written by Adam Glass; Art by Rodney Buchemi & Jose Marzan Jr.

Batman Inc. #7 (DC Comics)
Written by Grant Morrison; Art by Chris Burnham

Who are the Mystery Men? #1 (Marvel Comics)
Written by David Liss; Art by Patrick Zircher

Hellboy: Being Human one-shot (Dark Horse Comics)
Written by Mike Mignola; Art by Richard Corben

American Vampire: Survival of the Fittest #1 (Vertigo)
Written by Scott Snyder; Art by Sean Murphy

The Mighty Thor #3 (Marvel Comics)
Written by Matt Fraction; Art by Olivier Coipel & Mark Morales

Moon Knight #2 (Marvel Comics)
Written by Brian Michael Bendis; Art by Alex Maleev

The Tooth (Oni Press)
Written by Cullen Bunn & Shawn Lee; Art by Matt Kindt

Punisher Max #14 (MAX)
Written by Jason Aaron; Art by Steve Dillon

All Nighter #1 (Image Comics)
Written and drawn by David Hahn

Criminal: Last of the Innocent #1 (Icon)
Written by Ed Brubaker; Art by Sean Phillips

15 Love #1 (Marvel Comics)
Written by Andi Watson; Art by Tommy Ohtsuka

Undying Love #3 (Image Comics)
Written by Tomm Coker & Daniel Freedman; Art by Tomm Coker

Flashpoint: Deathstroke & The Curse of the Ravager #1 (DC Comics)
Written by Jimmy Palmiotti; Art by Joe Bennett & John Dell III

Flashpoint: Deadman and the Flying Graysons #1 (DC Comics)
Written by J.T. Krul; Art by Mikel Janin

Flashpoint: Emperor Aquaman #1 (DC Comics)
Written by Tony Bedard; Art by Ardian Syaf & Vicente Cifuentes

Flashpoint: Frankenstein and the Creatures of the Unknown #1 (DC Comics)
Written by Jeff Lemire; Art by Ibraim Roberson

Flashpoint: Grodd of War #1 (DC Comics)
Written by Sean Ryan; Art by Ig Guara & Ruy Jose

Flashpoint: Wonder Woman and the Furies #1 (DC Comics)
Written by Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning; Art by Dave Beaty & Nei Ruffino

Trivia contest: Batman Inc. #1 signed by Yanick Paquette and Nathan Fairbairn.

Batman Inc. #1

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The Fourth Wall Comics Podcast Episode 120

120 podcast, 120 minuets and 20 books. The boys strap themselves in for their longest podcast yet as they go over books not only from last week but the week before as well!  Listen as they get in a positive mood with with Lil’ Depressed Boy and then immediately have a heated debate over The Stuff of Legend. Also, big announcements are made as a new dawn for the Fourth Wall begins.


START (00:00:18)

Last Week

  • Jonah Hex #65 (00:00:47)
  • Herculian #1 (00:08:40)
  • Carbon Grey #1 (00:17:54)
  • Locke & Key Keys To The Kingdom #5  (00:23:55)
  • Sweet Tooth #19 (00:28:52)
  • Joe The Barbarian #8 (00:33:47)
  • Axe Cop Bad Guy Earth #1 (00:44:43)
  • Takio Gn Hc (00:47:01)

This Week


  • Lil Depressed Boy #2 (00:51:28)
  • Stuff of Legend: The Jungle #4 – Plus a discussion about violence in comic books and the effects on kids reading them. (00:59:50)
  • 27 #4 (01:17:00)
  • Walking Dead #82  (01:19:22)
  • Garth Ennis Jennifer Blood #2 (01:25:25)


  • Batman Incorporated #3 (01:29:39)
  • Venom #1 (01:35:40)
  • Punisher Max #11 (01:37:41)
  • 5 Ronin #2 (01:40:20)
  • Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #155 (01:44:37)
  • New Avengers #10 (01:49:04)

Mini TRADE: Thor Mighty Avenger Tp Vol 02 (01:52:28)

Announcements (01:56:40)

END (2:00:00)

Cammy’s Comic Corner – Episode 158 (3/13/11)

Lots of Bat-books this week! However, Pick Of The Week goes to Jason Aaron & Steve Dillon for Punisher MAX #11 (MAX). Fast Five picks include Batman and Robin #21 (DC), Cinderella: Fables Are Forever #2 (Vertigo), Batgirl #19 (DC), B.P.R.D. Hell On Earth: Gods #3 (Dark Horse), and Batman Incorporated #3 (DC).

WonderCon news at the end!

The Fourth Wall Comics Podcast Episode 102

In which the gang bid farewell to Daytripper, get excited for a new beginning in American Vampire, and much more.

[02:26] Daytripper #10 (OF 10)
[12:36] American Vampire #6
[17:39] Sixth Gun #4
[23:31] Batman And Robin #14
[29:27] New Avengers #4
[35:49] Punisher Max: Hot Rods Of Death #1
[37:50] Thor: The Mighty Avenger #4
[44:10] **A Cammy Surprise**

The Fourth Wall Comics Podcast Episode 97

After surviving Comic Con, Jesse, Art, and Freddie gush over American Vampire, argue about Wonder Woman, and have a blast ridiculing Batman: The Widening Gyre.


Intro [0:00:19]


[01:13] American Vampire #5
[08:52] Northlanders #30
[13:40] Hotwire: Deep Cuts #1 (of 4)
[18:31] Time Bomb #1
[20:32] Abe Sapien: Abyssal Plain #2
[24:17] Yours Truly Jack The Ripper #2
[28:02] Pilot Season: Stellar


[32:16] Punisher: Max #9
[36:41] Wolverine: Weapon X #15
[39:29] Uncanny X-Men #526
[44:54] Secret Avengers #3
[49:40] Thor #612
[52:23] Thor: The Mighty Avenger 1&2
[55:58] Roundtable Discussion: Thor SDCC ’10 Trailer
[59:02] Batman: Return of Bruce Wayne #4 (OF 6)
[1:03:15] Flash #4
[1:05:56] Wonder Woman #601
[1:16:44] Batman:Widening Gyre #6 (of 6)

Outro [1:28:19]

Deconstructing Comics #217: Comics scripts analyzed

A recent Comics Reporter article by Ng Suat Tong on “Writing, Collaboration, and Superheroes” (and a rebuttal to it from Chris Allen Online) got us to thinking: Do modern writers give sufficient instruction to artists? How much of what you see on the page came from the writer, and how much from the artist? Are some artists not carrying out the writer’s suggestions, and is that because the artist had a better idea, because the writer’s instructions were impractical, or because the artist is simply, um, not that good?

To explore these questions, Kumar, Mulele, and Tim chose four scripts from the Comicbook Script Archive site, and read them alongside the finished comics that resulted from them: Punisher Max #39, by Garth Ennis and Leandro Fernandez; Y: the Last Man #18, by Brian K. Vaughn and Pia Guerra; Daredevil 28, by Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev; and (the ringer of the lot) Batman: the Killing Joke, by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland. Here’s the resulting discussion!

Comic Book Pitt #40 – Retconned!

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One day in October when we were recording episode #40, the Scarlet Witch appeared in the Comic Book Pitt and simply whispered “No more podcasts.”

We floated between realities until we were finally retconned back into existence in our own universe. For us it was mere minutes, but apparently we were gone for 24 days.

That original 40th episode is still floating out there…somewhere…

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The music in this episode is by Ike & Tina Turner.

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