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    September 25, 2016 2:38 pm My 20 YO son threw out a joke that they will explain Captain Marvel's behavior by revealing that she's a Skrull or some some kind of imposter in the last issue of Civil War and I laughed then thought about how plausible it would be to do that then have some "The Search for Carol Danvers" storyline written by God, I mean Bendis, then revamp her personality in time for the movies. As lame as that sounds it is completely in the realm of possibility for Marvel. What do you think?
    September 25, 2016 12:37 pm Enjoyed the podcast as always, a couple of quick thoughts: 1. It's ironic for Ron to question the Pick of the Week ("POTW") when he picked Howard the Duck twice as POTW. And you can't get any more esoteric in a Marvel book that Howard. 2. I think you guys were completely on point with Civil War becoming the Bendis showcase but I think you were restrained from your criticism. Bendis is all about Bendis. He's the Hulk Hogan of Marvel: He just dominates whatever he can because his success > the company's success. It's been that way for a long time.
    April 3, 2016 12:14 pm I wanted to like Hyperion 1 because I like Wending as a writer and Varela as an artist (loved her work on 1872) but the art doesn't fit the book and this whole macabre circus of weirdos would be more interesting with a less powerful hero to go up against. Hyperion is basically Superman. I won't be getting issue 2.
    March 13, 2016 7:42 pm I was never a huge fan of Stegman but his art here is really cartoony. Why does Steve Rogers look like Aunt May? And why do people have such huge, pointy elbows? It's like the Rob Liefield school of drawing.
    March 13, 2016 7:40 pm The person doing the narration in "The Vision" is Agatha Harkness. Agatha's dialogue in the last panel of issue 3 (after she eats the innards of a cat) is the exact narration in issue 1, panel 1. This makes it all the more creepier because (somehow), Agatha is dead in the "Scarlet Witch" and we haven't seen how this has happened.
    November 15, 2015 8:31 pm I would have liked to have seen "Last Sons of America" reviewed. A great book from Boom. I reread Airboy #4 after listening to the podcast and got more out of it the second go-around.