Pick of the Week Podcast
Running Time: 00:54:25
February 6, 2011 – With Josh Flanagan dialing in from parts unknown (okay, it's Boston), Conor Kilpatrick decides to start doing voices, and Ron Richards makes an on-the-spot decision about his own Pick of the Week.
00:01:36 – A shocking moment (and a few answers) made Brightest Day #19 the Pick of the Week.
00:08:16 – The story is really getting good but the art held back Superboy #4.
00:10:25 – Invincible #77 set up an exciting new status quo.
00:14:53 – After Hulk #29 everyone agrees that Gabriel Hardman is one of the best.
00:16:56 – It's zombies vs. robots in Transformers: Infestation #1!
00:21:34 – Jonah Hex #64 was weird… but was it good?
00:23:06 – Comic book legend John Severin rocked the art in Witchfinder: Lost and Gone Forever #1.
00:24:31 – Ron was a sucker for Sweet Tooth #18's sideways display.
00:26:38 – Artist Robert Atkins has really stepped up his game in G.I. Joe #26.
00:27:56 – Add Bill Seinkiewicz and a nap and Batman: Odyssey #6 was even crazier than previous issues.
00:30:06 – Josh was pleasantly surprised with Superman 80 Page Giant 2011.
00:32:10 – ResurrectionFlan really did not like Invincible Iron Man #500.1 – POINT!
00:33:43 – sirdave101 really did like Invincible Iron Man #500.1 – COUNTERPOINT!
00:38:34 – Justin has a really deep question about comic book fandom… or does he?
00:40:40 – Adam is going away for a while and needs some recommendations.
00:42:09 – Hank from Woodstock, CT wants to introduce a graphic novel to his book club.
00:44:53 – Patrick from Winchester, KY needs someone to diagnose Chris Claremont.
00:47:19 – Wes from St. Paul, MN is looking for good Captain Marvel stories.
00:49:27 – Corey from Cleveland, OH is curious as to what the next Absolute Edition should be.
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