Pick of the Week Podcast
Running Time: 00:57:49
November 21, 2010 – Not only are the guys back together, they're in person in the warmth of Brooklyn and apparently on speed. But that doesn't keep them from discussing the top books of the week, argue over the harsh realities of the comic book industry and direct market, and avoid the haunting by the Brooklyn ghost.
00:01:55 – Conor loved the international sexy time of Batman Incorporated #1 by Grant Morrison and Yanick Paquette
00:08:10 – Jeff Parker and Kev Walker check in with the milestone issue of Thunderbolts #150 and everyone's loving it
00:12:06 – The cover to Superman #705 is quite the metaphor for reading this book, so says Conor
00:13:40 – Was there anything more awesome than X-Men #5? Ron doesn't think so
00:15:47 – Finally, The Flash #6 wraps up this great first arc from Geoff Johns and Francis Manapul
00:17:49 – How do you make the next arc of Avengers #7? Infinity Gems and Ron and Conor are all over it.
00:21:24 – Josh felt that The Sixth Gun #6 may have been the best issue of this new series yet
00:23:08 – Take a trip to the 1990s with DC Universe: Legacies #7
00:23:51 – Josh gets giggly over Hellboy: Double Shot of Evil
00:24:55 – Green Lantern #59 was a bit better than previous issues, but Ron and Conor agree, there's too much going on
00:26:15 – Ron was amused, but not as much as he hoped, by The Heroic Age: Villains
Book of the Month:
00:33:49 – Josh was delighted in reading The Return of the Dapper Men by Jim McCann and Janet K. Lee
00:41:34 – Steve from Seattle, WA is upset by the cancellation of Thor: The Mighty Avenger and wants answers
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