WE’RE BACK! With Alex away on assignment, EJ, Migs, and John reunite to do what they do best — nerd out! Aside from talking about the books, TV shows, and movies they’ve been enjoying during the break, the boys review Action Comics #893, SkullKickers #1, and Avengers Prime #3.
After a round of quickshots, the boys discuss rumors of David E. Kelley’s Wonder Woman involvement, Emma Stone as MJ, and Tom Welling’s super suit. Lastly, in the panel discussion: What creative advantages does Marvel have that DC doesn’t; and vice versa?
John and Alex team up to bring you reviews of Brave and the Bold #32, Green Hornet: Year One #1, and Siege #3! After a round of quickshots, the boys discuss the rumor about Evans being Captain America and then go serious to discuss the trend of violence in comics and how it hurts the industry.
At the tail end of the show, John makes a personal announcement and introduces the TK Book Club — the monthly group reading activity that TK will spearhead to expand comic fan interaction. April’s TK Book Club Pick is Alan Moore’s Saga of the Swamp Thing (volume one). Listen to the show to learn more.
John, EJ, and Migs volt in this week (but not the way you would think… sicko) and review Flash: Rebirth #6, New Avengers #62, and Blackest Night #7. After a round of Quick Shots and War of Thumbs, the bastards discuss the possibility of burn out caused by an over-saturation of comic book films in the cinemas.
EJ, Alex, and Migs continue to tear the show apart with reviews of World of New Krypton #12, Ultimate X #1, Siege #2! After a round of quickshots, the boys voice their opinions about Zack Efron in a Bendis movie and Underworld 3 via thumb warfare! This week’s panel discussion asks you if books that are unaffected by universe-wide events matter more or less, in the grand scope of things. Get ready for some bloodshed!