Monthly Archives: April 2012

TK 103: Thup Thup

John, Alex, and Nick meet up in a dark alley and build a cardboard fort all in the spirit of talking about some great comic books!  Reviewed this week are Red Hood and the Outlaws #8, Norby Ela’s Weather Weather Lang, and The Punisher #10!

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 Reviews                     04:00
 Quick Shots                 30:00
 Panel Discussion            43:30

 Featured Musical Interludes: The Black Keys

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Cover of the Week – April 11

Cover of the Week is a presentation of the best cover from last week’s comic book releases, based on the art, design, and overall good looks.

Last week was a Massimo Carnevale comics cover festival! We have 2 books that came out last week which I think had the best covers, Conan The Barbarian #3 and the final issue Northlanders #50.

I love Massimo Carnevale’s work starting way back when he was doing the covers for Y the Last Man until now. He’s an artist who’s not only good at drawing people, but also gives the reader a taste of the overall feel of the book.  Each cover is like a teaser poster that makes the reader curious and interested as to the book’s contents.

Conan the Barbarian #3 by Massimo Carnevale

Take for instance this Conan cover.  We have Conan grabbing Belit, who looks like she is seducing him, and the color tones suggest that they are in a semi-dream state underwater.  These elements appear in the book, so what you expected to read after seeing the cover is what you get within!

Northlanders #50 by Massimo Carnevale

I don’t know if I’m just being biased, but I love this cover of the final issue of Northlanders.  An abandoned broken down helmet on a rock near the sea is a good metaphor for a battle that has ended.  And the seagull’s legs show the remoteness of this battlefield.  I find this image very dramatic and brutal at the same time, just as how the whole series have been.  It’s been a great run.  I’ll miss you, Northlanders.

Here are other covers that I thought were pretty cool: Saga #2 by Fiona Staples, ‘68 Scars #1 by Nat Jones, and Lobster Johnson #4 by Dave Johnson.

Saga2 68Scars LobsterJ

 That’s all for now, see you next week for more covers goodness!

TK 102: For All You Hipsters

John, Alex, and Migs step off the police lineup to review Saga #2, Alabaster Wolves #1, and America’s Got Powers #1!  After a round of quickshots, the boys discuss Spider-Men, Infinite Comics, and Comic Book Men!

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 Reviews                     04:00
 Quick Shots                 32:00
 Panel Discussion            47:30

 Featured Musical Interludes: The Stills

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TK 101: Truth and Knowledge

It’s a new era of TK podcasting and the boys return to do what they do best: Geek out over the newest and hottest comic books!  This week John, Nick, and Alex talk about Avengers vs X-Men #0, The New Deadwardians #1, and John Carter: The Gods of Mars #1

After a round of quickshots, the boys discuss the pros and cons and being a comic fan in the digital age.

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 Reviews                     07:30
 Quick Shots                 35:45
 Panel Discussion            55:10

 Featured Musical Interludes: The Shins

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