…aaaaand BACK! John, Alex, and Migs return from the Avengers hangover to talk about Locke and Key: Clockworks #6, Dancer #1, and Batman Incorporated #1! After a round of quick shots, the boys discuss Gay Marriage in Comics as well as the difference between “Best” vs “Favorite”.
It’s the first episode of 2012 and with the new year comes a new voice in the podcast as TK staff writer Nick joins the show! He joins John, Migs, and Alex as they discuss Uncanny X-Men #4, Fatale #1, and Action Comics #5!
After a round of quick shots, the boys discuss the rumors of Watchmen 2.
As a panel discussion, Tres Komikeros asks you What is your favorite or most memorable Comic Book Fight?
John, Migs, and Alex gladly take a break from the holiday hustle to bring you the second installment of The List. Continuing our compilation of 100 comic recommendations we think you guys should read, this is the next ten books.
John, Migs, and Alex brave a rainstorm to bring you a special episode of Tres Komikeros. THE LIST is our compilation of 100 comic recommendations we think you guys should read. Now. And in this initial installment, we bring you the first ten items.
John and Migs set up camp and talk about Return of Bruce Wayne #5, Superior #1, and New Avengers #5. After a round of quick shots, the boys bring you the first edition of TK Comics 101: What are Legacy Characters?
EJ, Alex, and John sit down on 24 Hour Comic Day to record the last episode of TK for this season. The boys review Superman #701, Batman #701, and Invincible Iron Man #28. They also discuss the recently released Green Lantern suit, as well as share thoughts on the green-lighting of Warren Ellis’ Hellblazer story, Shoot.
This week on Prejudged! we’ll be looking at titles that all have been or will be (or are in line to be) adapted into big blockbuster movies, like Batman, Jonah Hex, Iron Man, and the X-Men. It’s another big week in comic books, folks!
JONAH HEX #56 Written by Justin Gray & Jimmy Palmiotti
Art by Phil Winslade
Cover by Darwyn Cooke
Coinciding with the release of the Jonah Hex movie, this special issue shows Jonah’s savage origins (one of many) along with another tale that sees Hex having a hand in American History.
It’s good to see this book finally get the recognition it has long deserved, what with the movie coming out and all. I’ve always said that Jonah Hex has been one of DC’s most consistent titles, and incidentally the easiest title to jump onto with its done-in-one issues. This is a fun book that should make for one helluva movie.
INVINCIBLE IRON MAN #27
Written by Matt Fraction
Art by Salvador Larroca
Cover by Salvador Larroca
Continuing the “Resilient” story arc, this issue has lots of things going on, from Tony building his empire, Pepper going under the knife, the Hammer girls making their move, and Detroit Steel.
This cover is clearly trying to bank on the success of Iron Man 2, having the familiar image of Iron Man and War Machine back to back. A little disappointing to see a more run-off-the-mill cover with this issue though, considering the radical covers this title has been going with for the past few issues, but still a great book.
UNCANNY X-MEN #525
Written by Matt Fraction
Art by Terry Dodson
Cover by Adi Granov
We’re now neck-deep into Second Coming and all hell has broken loose. With the mutants trapped within Bastion’s forcesphere, Cyclops and his X-Men are now in the biggest fight for the future of their species. Lives have been lost and everyone is looking to Hope to save the day.
With the new X-Men movie finally getting its wheels turning, it won’t be long until we welcome back our favorite mutants onto the big screen. Soon enough, we’ll all be playing “Casting” games with our friends about who’s playing who, and we already even have our younger Professor Charles Xavier in the form of James McAvoy.
Written by Grant Morrison
Art by Tony Daniel, Andy Kubert, David Finch, Richard Friend & Frank “Effing” Quitely
Cover by David Finch
That’s not a typo, people. “700”. That’s SEVEN HUNDRED Batman-tasic issues, and Bruce Wayne isn’t even back yet. This issue also marks the return of Grant Morrison to the title since leaving after Batman R.I.P. and we all should be happy to have him back, in all his mind-blowing glory. This also features three tales from three different Batmen; Bruce Wayne, Dick Grayson, and Damian Wayne.
On the cinematic front, the Messiah, Christopher Nolan, has gone on record to say that he has no intentions of bringing back the Joker for the series’ third installment. However you feel about that (I’m pretty bummed out, personally), there’s still a chance for the Riddler to be played by Hugh Laurie.
And there goes Prejudged! If you have any thoughts about any of the movies mentioned above, or about any other upcoming superhero movie, feel free leave your thoughts and ideas in the comments section below.
Alex and John have a heart-to-heart talk about Batman: Return of Bruce Wayne #1, Zatanna #1, and Avengers #1! After a round of quickshots, the boys talk about Megan Fox’s recent TF3 upset. Lastly, John asks Alex who he would like to meet at a comic con if deceased creators could somehow be given black lantern rings.
Alex and John sit down and talk about last week’s hot books. This episode features Batman and Robin #12, Hellboy in Mexico, and Brightest Day #1. In the panel discussion, John raises some concerns about comic industry trends and compares the comic fanbase to manga enthusiasts.