We’re back (after far too long away), with discussion of DC shuttering Vertigo, Ink and Zoom; Brian Michael Bendis on Legion of Super-Heroes; the books spinning out of Heroes in Crisis; Black Panther and the Agents of Wakanda; JJ and Henry Abrams and Sara Pichelli’s Spider-Man; the returns of Pretty Deadly and Battle Chasers and so much more – join us after the cut, why don’t you?
2018! What? A year? What a year! The dust has settled on 2018 and it’s time for Paul O’Brien and Al Kennedy’s traditional podcast look back at the books, creators and moments that made 2018 such a good time for comics, in the form of the Homies awards.
Been a long time, we shouldn’t have left you without a dope… comics podcast to step to? NYCC was last weekend, and there’s a whole ton of news just waiting to be chewed over, so it would be rude of us not to do that, frankly. On the new House to Astonish, Paul and I remember Norm Breyfogle and Carlos Ezquerra, and talk about all the news out of New York Comic Con.
It’s been a busy couple of weeks for comics news, and Paul and I are back with a brand new podcast to fill you in on everything that’s been going on, from the Image Expo to the Sandman Universe, from Marvel’s Fresh Start to Bendis’s Super-Books, and from IDW’s Transformers reboot to Boom! and Dynamite stepping up to the Eloi section of Previews.
We’re back, for our first podcast following SDCC. Unusually, there’s actually quite a lot of comics news to talk about, including comics and movie news for Marvel, DC, IDW and more. Join us under the cut for the full skinny!
There’s plenty of comics news to catch up on in this hour-and-a-quarter podcast gabfest with Paul O’Brien and Al Kennedy. We kick off by discussing the sad death of Rich Buckler, then talk a little about the extra issue recently granted to Secret Empire (as well as the execution of the story so far) and the upcoming “Doomsday Clock” story (as well as “The Button” and Watchmen more generally). But wait! There’s more!
Paul and I are back with your irregularly-scheduled comic book podcast, and this time round we’re discussing Astonishing X-Men, Darth Vader, Edge of Venomverse and Marvel’s current creative and sales position generally; the return of Zodiac Starforce; new creator-owned imprints led by Karen Berger and Shelly Bond, Image’s announcements from ECCC; and DC’s Looney Tunes crossovers. We’ve also got reviews of Grass Kings and Redline and the Official Handbook of the Official Handbook deserves a big hand. All this plus the Champions pinball table, the YouTube Robber and quite a lot of bears wearing shirts.