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This week’s episode was recorded July 4th, 2015. While ignoring America’s birthday, Mike, Nick, and Paul talked comics and their picks for the week (Saga #30, Archie #1, Batman: The Jiro Kuwata Batmanga vol. 2,...

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An Interview with Kelly Sue DeConnick

July 1, 2015 | 0 Comments

I recently had the opportunity to speak with Kelly Sue DeConnick concerning her work in comics. Specifically, I told her I was most interested in both women creators and women characters in comics, which is...

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This episode was recorded June 20th, 2015. Hosts Zander and Jon discuss their comic picks (Mythic #2 and Legacy of Luther Strode #2), some quick topics around small conventions in the midwest and Marvel dropping...

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So there are times that I’ll admit I get bored with comics. I buy them, then realize I’m two, three, four, or a dozen comics behind in that series and can’t read the one I...

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The Weekly Pull List – June 17th, 2015

June 16, 2015 | 0 Comments

There’s comics and comics and comics and comics this week… What’s on YOUR Pull List?...

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This week’s episode was recorded June 7th, 2015. After a bit of technical difficulty, we have a new episode! This week’s hosts, Mike, Nick, and Paul talk their comic picks–Batman #41 and Injection #2. There’s...

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Redemption. A single word to describe the massive final arc of the Iron Fist.  Following ‘Rage’, ‘Redemption’ is the ideal complement to the series. The other half of the whole. The comeback story to perfectly...

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This issue of Ultimate Fantastic Four has two things on the cover that don’t appear in the book. One of them is Mark Millar, who appears as one of the creators, but who isn’t credited...

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We’re four issues in and, to be honest, I thought I’d get further before I was horrified at something Mark Millar had his name on. For starters, it’s got Brian Michael Bendis as co-writer. Then,...

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Last week I mentioned how the Ultimate Fantastic Four books seemed at once to be aimed at everyone and no one. The story is reliant on the reader already knowing where these characters end up,...

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