John, Alex, and Migs review Wolverine #14, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #1, and Ultimates #1! They also teach you how to create an Ultimate character! After a brief round of quick shots, the boys discuss pantsless Superman!
John and Migs review Amazing Spider-Man #666, Locke and Key: Clockworks #1, and Uncanny X-Force #12! The boys then replace a round of quick shots with some top news items to come out of San Diego. To wrap things up, they discuss Frank Darabont’s recently announced departure from the hit TV-series The Walking Dead.
THOR fever has hit all of comics fandom, and John, Migs, and Alex have convened under the shadow of the world tree to discuss The Mighty Thor #1! Also discussed this week are Planet of the Apes #1, Locke and Key: Keys to the Kingdom #6 and a ton of other books.
Must we really say anything else? Fine, fine. EJ, Alex, and John review the kick-off issue of the new Superman arc, World of Krypton #1, Locke and Key: Headgames #3, and Ultimate Wolverine vs Hulk #3, the much anticipated continuation from Filipino superstar penciller Leinil Francis Yu.
This episode’s a little late, but we hope everyone had a nice nerdy weekend anyway. This week’s main books are Locke and Key: Head Games #1, Prometheus #1, and G.I. Joe #1. Lotsa first issues for you guys. We also have a round of quick shots that includes Final Crisis #6! But watch out for major spoilers! In relation to that, we talk about major characters not getting the privilege of dying in their own books, Sam Jackson’s Nick Fury, and Keanu Reeves’ next film.
Like Reed Richards always tells Sue, “It’s always good to try new things.”
This week we opted not to review the usual books and decided to experiment with these number ones: Soulfire Shadow Magic #1, Spider-Man Noir #1, and Transformers Maximum Dinobots #1. Wait! Come back! We have a round of quickshots that showcases our favorites of the week and also discuss Soundwave’s incarnation in the second Transformers film, the new Crow film, and trade thoughts about just what the term widescreen comics really means.