Pick of the Week Podcast
Running Time: 01:02:48
April 18, 2010 – With Conor supposedly en route to some or other comic convention, we learn once more than Tom Katers wasn't doing anything, and was free to join Josh and Ron to talk about this week's books, which is apropos, since he's kinda got a thing for Flash comics. Get out your checklists, or don't if that's your thing, but there are a lot of comics to cover here!
00:02:37 – Ron says The Flash #1 was the best comic he's ever read. More or less.
00:14:27 – Brightest Day #0 has some stuff we care about, and some stuff we don't.
00:19:32 – You might want to know some Shakespeare before you read Kill Shakespeare #1.
00:24:40 – Josh is damned happy with the swearing bunnies in Unwritten #12.
00:30:15 – You can exhale. Ron talks X-Men Forever #21.
00:32:10 – Tom has a theory about the origin in Green Hornet: Year One.
00:34:30 – Some of Powers #4 was really excellent. Some… well, it's over.
00:36:18 – B.P.R.D. King of Fear #4 is a bombshell, but Josh isn't clear what happened, entirely. Still…
00:37:55 – Speed up and get to the end of Green Arrow #32! Also, of COURSE it's Oliver Queen!
00:40:18 – daccampo is tentatively on board for Black Widow #1.
00:41:00 – JoseRivera83 thinks Chew #10 is standing strong.
00:45:55 – Dave wants to know if the X-Men can do what Spider-Man did.
00:51:21 – Gary wants to cut down, but it can only be done one way.
00:55:38 – The Top Cow Prize Pack winner is Eugene Law.
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