Episode #301 – ‘Nuff Said

A finale that will be talked about and forever compared to the likes of Lost and The Sopranos, the Wednesday Warriors finally say so long and farewell to the podcast world. The supersized issue-sode features some final tales to astonish, a trip down memory lane, and a heartfelt thanks to...

Episode #300 – No Folly of the Bone

  Episode #300 – No Folly of the Bone An event years in the making. The penultimate episode of Fight For Comics, and we finally tie up a major loose end. Finally a spotlight on the Jeff Smith book Bone. Does it live up to the praise? Join us and...

Episode #299 – Demon in a Bottle Read Along

Episode #299 – Demon in a Bottle Read Along The long anticipated dramatic radio interpretation of Marvel’s Demon in a Bottle is finally here. Written by the amazing David Michelinie with art by superstar team John Romita Jr. and Bob Layton. Voiced with passion by all the Wednesday Warriors you...

Episode #298 – Captain America White

Episode #298 – Captain America White Counting down with fond memories of Jonathan Hickman, Teen Wolf tattoos, and Jim Steranko. And do our eyes deceive us or did we read an actual copy of Captain America: White by Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale??? Books reviewed: 11:08 – The Dying and the...

Episode #297 – Uncle Scrooge and the Silver Surfer

Episode #297 – Uncle Scrooge and the Silver Surfer Calling all loafers, bums, chiselers, and connoisseurs of a fast buck, we continue our farewell stretch with comic reviews and reminiscences. From the gold swimmer to the Silver Surfer, from JMS to BKV, to the God of Thunder himself. Give a...

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