Pick of the Week Podcast
Running Time: 00:59:39
June 27, 2010 – They got mixed up! Conor's in San Francisco! Josh is… home! Ron is, well you don't want to know what Ron is doing. Things are hot, the hosts are beaten, and we all agree that some things are awesome, some things are awful. Consensus!
00:01:38 – Beware the forests! Beware the seas! Everyone loved the adventures of Sea Bear & Grizzly Shark, Josh's Pick of the Week.
00:09:16 – Everything is explained in Hulk #23. Except the mustache.
00:12:38 – Things are different, but that doesn't mean Power Girl #13 is bad by any stretch.
00:15:16 – Dynamo 5 #1 is a jumping on point, but might not be as good without the background.
00:17:59 – Amazing Spider-Man #635 is Joe Kelly and Michael Lark and perfect.
00:20:29 – Nobody move. Powers #5 was the comic we were looking for.
00:23:50 – Detective Comics #866 was a great one-shot produced by skilled creators.
00:25:27 – Grant Morrison takes things pirate style in Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne #3. Yes!
00:27:46 – We're going back to Russia with Battlefields: Motherland #1.
00:29:27 – One of these iFanboys is oddly averse to Avengers #2.
00:32:57 – Justice League: Generation Lost #4 just clicked.
00:44:28 – Rob asks about back issue pricing, and it kicks off a conversation with actual substance.
00:48:06 – Barry asks who's gonna be reading comics when the current readers die off.
00:51:58 – Poserdude (?) wants to know if Ron is confused.
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