Pick of the Week Podcast
Total Running Time: 01:00:25
October 9, 2011 – A return to normalcy as we’re finally done wi– wait, what? There are more new DC books? Crap. Also, we figure out just how many plots there are and examine life on Utopia.
00:02:00 – Conor had so much fun reading O.M.A.C. #2 that he made it the Pick of the Week!
00:10:23 – Good Chaykin or Bad Chaykin in Avengers: 1959 #1? Neither. GREAT Chaykin.
00:13:09 – Ron and Conor disagree over X-Men: Schism #5. And then things go off the rails…
00:18:18 – Chew #21 shows again that this is one of the best series out there.
00:21:26 – Yes, The Strange Talent of Luther Strode #1 is somewhat similar to Kick-Ass.
00:24:07 – Penguin: Pain and Prejudice #1 made Josh feel bad. But is that good?
00:25:24 – The most surprising thing this week? The Huntress #1 was really good.
00:26:41 – Steve Rogers said… what in Thunderbolts #164?
00:28:22 – Action Comics #2? Great story. Rough art.
00:30:23 – Do not read Severed #3 by yourself in the dark.
00:31:29 – It may have been a while, but Fear Agent #31 was worth the wait.
00:33:22 – Would Animal Man #2 continue the awesome? (Yes.)
00:34:48 – Swamp Thing #2 was a prime example of Good Wordy.
00:42:06 – Callum from Isle Of Man asks which old DCU stories we miss.
00:44:31 – Anthony wants to know good writer/artists.
00:46:28 – C.J. from Albany, NY has a wife who wants NYC-based comics.
This episode of iFanboy is brought to you by:
The New York Comic-Con - October 13 – 16, 2011 at the Javits Center in NYC – Tons of comics and media guests! Don’t miss the last big comic con of 2011!
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