Pick of the Week Podcast
Total Running Time: 01:04:47
December 12, 2012 – The holidays are coming and Josh, Conor and Ron are starting to get in the mood to celebrate Bing Crosby and the insanity of Wolverine’s personal life.
00:02:06 – Josh gives it up for one of his favorite books of the year, Conan The Barbarian #11
00:10:41 – All the hub bub over Avengers Arena #1 leading up to the release, and the book was really good.
00:16:28 – Unfortunately, Cable and the X-Force #1 wasn’t as good
00:18:48 – Conor feels satisfied with Demon Knights #15
00:21:10 – Ron is loving the new villain in The Walking Dead #105
00:22:37 – Everyone agrees, Winter Solider #13 is Brubaker and Guice in top for,
00:25:45 – And Batman #15 continues to show off the masterful work of Scott Snyder
00:30:20 – Joe Keatinge’s first Marvel work on Amazing Spider-Man #699.1 was quite good
00:31:50 – Conor is back for more with Sherlock Holmes: The Liverpool Demon #1
00:33:38 – He may never learn, but Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Season 9 #16 gives Ron hope for a good arc
00:34:42 – Josh and Conor are giddy for Battlefields: The Green Fields Beyond #2
00:36:19 – A stunning cover pulled Ron into Before Watchmen: Rorschach #3, but he wishes he hadn’t
00:38:01 – The Top Five Community Picks of the Week.
00:38:57 – markavo is super digging the crime book Point of Impact #3
00:39:55 – Will Magnus is a strong supported of the greatly named To Hell You Ride #1
00:41:41 – Peter T. is frustrated by some of the aspects of recent Marvel comics
00:46:18 – Alex wants to work in the comic book media.
00:54:11 – Jared has a theory on the closet from New Avengers #26
Peace on Earth/Little Drummer Boy
David Bowie & Bing Crosby
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