Pick of the Week Podcast
Running Time: 02:07:39
iFanboy celebrates its 150th episode with a double-sized all-e-mail spectacular! With no topic off-limits and a late night recording time, it’s iFanboy’s most personal (and awkward?) show to date!
00:02:45 – In a week full of great books, Josh’s clear choice for Pick of the Week was Invincible #52.
00:12:50 – Ron breaks the rules and sneaks Secret Invasion #6 into the show while no one’s looking.
00:17:04 – Eric from Texas wants to know which books each iFanboy is alone in reading.
00:18:42 – A. Devlin asks about the Watchmen motion comic.
00:20:31 – Neal Appeal thinks DC is lagging behind Marvel in the talent signings.
00:24:10 – Terrence from Fort Worth, TX has a question about Marvel heroines.
00:25:21 – Mike Graham from Ontario, Canada wants to know about iFanboy’s origins, trade rereading, and asks a classic versus question.
00:30:05 – Caroline wants to know what the iFanboys would retcon.
00:31:18 – Edward Dothery from Canberra, Australia asks about superhero religion and politics and then gets personal.
00:33:45 – Joe Buttice has an idea for a third Batman film.
00:35:15 – Dominick thinks that San Diego Comic Con is becoming too much.
00:39:05 – Jon Dranoff thinks that certain characters just can’t carry a book on their own.
00:43:35 – Cleophus Wayne from Brooklyn, NY asks about Geoff Johns, Harvey Pekar and R. Crumb.
00:47:02 – Jenny Y from Boston, MA dispairs over Fables news.
00:48:40 – Capt. Cool asks a point blank question about Sleeper.
00:50:32 – Gian Lije Garcia wants to know about American Virgin and rushed endings in comics.
00:53:40 – Adam says despite the dialogue, Crisis on Infinite Earths is his favorite event.
00:55:38 – Joshua from Florida wants Amazing Spider-Girl in regular Marvel continuity.
00:58:03 – Rob in Tennessee asks about other comic book podcasts.
01:00:33 – Jen D. from Portland, OR misses the old comic book encyclopedias.
01:02:13 – Potter from Wisconsin is loving Batman R.I.P. and all of its tie-ins and wants to know why all the hate for Hush.
01:03:48 – Ray from Union, CT asks about statues, favorite superheroes, and favorite creative teams.
01:10:10 – Carter asks a very, very, very personal question.
01:11:55 – Mike B. from Ontario, Canada asks which comic character the iFanboys hate.
01:12:34 – David B. wants to know why the iFanoys whine so much.
01:13:57 – Meg from Pennsylvania asks about books that a high school history teacher can teach in class.
01:15:15 – KriederDesigns asks about short story books that a high school teacher can teach in class.
01:17:56 – Gabriel from Strangers with Comics remembers the Marvel 2099 line, asks about sci-fi TV shows, and scary things in the iFanboys’ comic collection.
01:23:34 – Jo-Rel Rollins ponders the trend of side characters being brutalized.
01:25:59 – Dave Carr asks about inkers, foreign comics, which comic book the iFanboys would live in, which villain the iFanboys would be, what the iFanboys would do if they could reverse time, and asks for advice on what to do in college before graduating.
01:33:14 – excalipoor from Queens, NY wonders if Thanos is all that bad, asks about female super villains, asks if any other canceled TV shows can make it in comics, and reality TV shows.
01:37:35 – Lily wants to know if the iFanboy have ever put their comic knowledge to use in real world situations, and asks about embarrasing movie purchases.
01:41:36 – Vichus Smith wants to know why the iFanboys don’t like Gail Simone’s writing, and asks about the new Marvel Noir comics.
01:43:26 – Joey from Cincinnati, OH wants to know if there are any books out there like Mutant X.
01:44:27 – Adrian asks about Robert Kirkman’s run on Ultimate X-Men.
01:45:03 – Cotton says Top Ten got him to appreciate lettering.
01:47:15 – Sam Fryer from Philadelphia, PA has a question about iFanboy staff writer Sonia Harris’ taxes.
01:48:14 – Aaron asks about the status of Fell and Shrugged.
01:50:16 – Stephen from Rancho Cucamonga, CA wants to know why comic book movies aren’t helping comic book sales.
01:53:16 – Steve wants to know if those comics from the bad ol’ 1990s were really all that bad.
01:56:31 – Mike from New Jersey asks about the prospects of the Punisher movie.
01:58:31 – Chuck from Downey, CA & Eddie from Glendale, CA & Eric all want to know how the iFanboy video show is produced.
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