Whoop! This one’s a dozy folks. We just came off a late night bender from previewing Zombieland. Wow. It’s well worth the price of admission. In fact, since we saw it for free, now we will have to go see it seven more times. Sean Leslie’s already seen it thrice. Sheesh!
Blackest Night #3 (DC Comics)
Written by Geoff Johns; Art by Ivan Reis
The Walking Dead #65 (Image Comics)
Written by Robert Kirkman; Art by Charlie Adlard
Adventure Comics #2 (DC Comics)
Written by Geoff Johns; Art by Francis Manapul
28 Days Later #2 (Boom Studios)
Written by Michael Alan Nelson; Art by Declan Shalvey
Sword #19 (Image Comics)
Written and drawn by Jonathan and Joshua Luna
Look Ma! We’re finally legal! The DRUNK episode! Featuring absolutely no alcohol whatsoever, because we talk about censorship in comics and, of course, the consumption of alcohol wouldn’t be allowed, so we follow suit.
Kick-Ass #7 (Icon)
Written by Mark Millar; Art by John Romita Jr.
Locke & Key: Welcome to Lovecraft TPB (IDW)
Written by Joe Hill; Art by Gabriel Rodriguez
Sweet Tooth #1 (Vertigo)
Written and drawn by Jeff Lemire
The Hunter (IDW)
Written by Richard Stark Parker; Adaptation and Art by Darwyn Cooke
Although we are missing dear Mr. Black for this episode, we somehow manage (despite some of our best/worst efforts) to still get out our weekly picks. We also discuss the Disney/Marvel buy out, the new upcoming Lobo movie, and our main discussion is on comic book formats. What sizes do you like? John is not an Omnibus man, but Sean loves them. Why aren’t there more manga-sized books? Do you prefer floppies or trades? Are hardcovers worth it for the extras? All these questions are discussed as John tries to convince everyone that size does not matter, it only matters how you read it (no one is buying it John).
The Good, The Bad and the Ugly #1 (Dynamite Entertainment)
In our first ever Time Machine episode, the Warriors travel back in time to review older and classic comics. Join us on a journey through time to the year 1988, be sure to bring along $3.50 to pay for your copy of Alan Moore and Brian Bolland’s Batman: The Killing Joke. We evaluate one of the most humanized Joker stories told to date. We also talk about some of the follow up stories that came out of this graphic novel, such as Geoff John’s Booster Gold, Batgirl, Sam Kieth’s Batman: Secrets and Dave Mckean’s Arkham Asylum.
Wednesday Warriors is a podcast for everyone counting down the days every week until Wednesday when the new comics hit the stands. With discussions about what’s going on in the industry, reviews of current and older comics, and a wide variety of opinions from well-read fans.