Pick of the Week Podcast
Running time: 00:59:54
January 4, 2009 – It’s a new year, and Ron is nowhere to be seen. Luckily we have the discussion stylings of Jim Mroczkowski to fill in. There are lecherous blind superheroes and ridiculous chairs in comics this week, and we don’t miss any of them.
00:02:35 – From a week of very strong books, Conor’s Pick of the Week was Justice Society of America #22, because an old man smirk will get him every time.
00:11:35 - Does Brubaker and Phillips’ Incognito #1 live up to the hype?
00:16:28 - It’s hard to “enjoy” Magneto Testament #4, but it sure is good.
00:20:21 - Scalped #24 once again asks if Lincoln Red Crow is the best character in all of comics.
00:22:55 - Josh should probably take back what he said about Black Widow when talking about Captain America #45.
00:28:38 – There’s plenty of hope in Green Lantern #36 as we meet the Blue Lanterns.
00:30:53 - Kick-Ass #5 is still kinda weird.
00:32:05 – Back to Brooklyn #3 steams ahead, but the great part is the essay about Palmiotti’s childhood.
00:34:09 – We’re fine with Steve McNiven taking all the time he needs to draw Wolverine #70.
00:37:49 – It appears that Jim is still reading Avengers: The Initiative #20, which he still likes, surprising even himself.
00:41:55 – BC1 was none too pleased with Batman #684, and were with him.
00:43:25 – TheNextChampion will be pleased to know that he’s not the only one liking Incredible Hercules #124.
00:47:30 - MarvelZombie is curious about what we think when the costume gets passed on to a new wearer. How long will we call him Bucky, and not Captain America?
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