Pick of the Week Podcast

Pick of the Week Podcast – Episode #557 – Darth Vader #25

Show Notes

The deluge of comic books in October continues, but Josh is able to find a diamond in the rough in the form of a special Star Wars corner edition of the Pick of the Week. Also, it’s important to mention that the music for this podcast is listed in show notes, which you are reading right now.

Running Time: 01:03:33

darthvader_25Comics:
00:02:04 – Darth Vader #25
00:11:55 – Deadpool #20
00:14:45 – Action Comics #965
00:20:15 – Unfollow #12
00:22:36 – Lazarus #25
00:24:46 – Reborn #1
00:28:44 – Clone Conspiracy #1
00:32:05 – All-Star Batman #3
00:34:12 – The Sheriff of Babylon #11
00:35:37 – Jupiter’s Legacy, Vol. 2 #4
00:37:54 – Great Lakes Avengers #1
00:40:13 – Howard The Duck #11

Patrons’ Choice:
00:41:32 – Brittania #2

Audience Questions:
00:46:53 - Brian wants to know of any comics that exceeded our early, negative expectations.
00:50:50 - Eric from Los Angeles, CA wants to know what Wildstorm titles would we want to see TV or Movie adaptations of?

Patron Thanks and Super Powers:
00:55:22 – Tyler Abrans
00:56:20 – Daniel Kent
00:57:05 – Justin Frasure
00:58:00 – Steven Brown

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“The Beautiful Ones”
Suede

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Comments

  1. Shafi says:

    Wow, I really like that song. Does anyone know where I can find the name of the artist and song? ;)

    ….

    I’ll get mi coat.

  2. Anville Anville says:

    Hey, a shout-out for my favorite phone app, Pocket Casts! I only wish the PotW show notes we nicely formatted in the app like they are in the web page. Can you guys do some HTML/RSS magic to fix that? (I’ve actually written to the app developers about this, but no specific response…)

    Thanks for another great show.

    • IronyJohn says:

      I agree with the formatting issue. I use podcast addict for android and despite it’s name it is a very competent app that handles most feed info with all appropriate formatting. IFanboy shows up as one long run on sentence.

  3. ashman2901 ashman2901 says:

    I’m not a Valiant fan at all but I really enjoyed Britannia #1 so I’m glad to hear the next issue is great too. I’m gonna wait for the trade on Reborn though because not enough happened in the first issue to make me think the issues will be capable of entertaining on their individual merits.

  4. Mart Mart says:

    Come on lads, the jokes about Lois being a technological dinosaur were amusing, but you know she’s not actually from the past – she moved earths, she’s lived the years just like the rest of us. And she didn’t just decide to steal New 52 Lois’ life, she’s at the Planet reluctantly after a vision of younger, supposedly dead Lois.

  5. monkeyking monkeyking says:

    Late to the comments I guess :-/

    I for one have been enjoying Amazing Spider-Man and don’t feel Slott’s worn out his welcome.

    I mean, I am so disappointed in the out-of-left-field Black Cat stuff, am cautiously pessimistic about the Prowler’s new status quo, and downright HATE the glowing spider to a Josh Flanagan degree, but still…

    But it’s weird to say that it’s the “same thing” when there are just as many comments that it’s all so “different,” like with Parker Industries, lack of familiar supporting cast, etc. Even after twenty years, is it still “too soon” for clones?

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