The Warriors review a plethora of comic books in this latest Ketchup episode. Matt Page also guests on the show to talk about getting comic books bound into your own personalized hardcover.
Tagged Amazing Spider-Man, Artifacts, Avengers, Black Widow, Brightest Day, Bulletproof Coffin, Daken: Dark Wolverine, Fantastic Four, Morning Glories, Northlanders, Secret Avengers, Skullkickers, Superman, Superman/Batman, Thor, Ultimate Mystery, Walking Dead, Wolverine, X-23
Does this X-Men story deserve its classic status? Is Chris Claremont a good writer or does everyone falsely remember him being one? Does Sean Leslie commit Kubrick blasphemy?
Vampires in comics. Are they awesome or do they suck?
Tagged 1 Month 2 Live, Allan Heinberg, Allen Martinez, American Vampire, Andrea Mutti, Batgirl, Batman, Bryan Q. Miller, Children's Crusade, Daytripper, Desolation Jones, Fãbio Moon, Gabriel Bã, Grant Morrison, J.H. Williams III, James Stokoe, Jim Cheung, Koi Turnbull, Lee Garbett, Mark Irwin, Orc Stain, Rafael Albuquerque, Rick Remender, Rob Williams, Robert Rodi, Scott Snyder, Shawn Moll, Simone Bianchi, The Black Glove, Thor, Tony Daniels, Trevor Scott, True Blood, Warren Ellis, X-Men
The Warriors get down to the nit-and-grit of recently released crime books. Trevor Rimmasch also fills in for another exciting episode.
Tagged Alex Maleev, Alex Ross, Andy Diggle, Avengers, Billy Tan, Brian Michael Bendis, Brightest Day, Dale Eaglesham, Driver for the Dead, Ed Brubaker, Franken-Castle, Geoff Johns, Greg Rucka, Greg Tocchini, Invaders, Ivan Reis, Jackson Herbert, Jim Krueger, Joe Prado, John Heffernan, Juan Jose Ryp, last d, Leonardo Manco, Matthew Southworth, Patrick Berkenkotter, Patrick Gleason, Peter Milligan, Peter Tomasi, Punisher Max, Rick Remender, Scarlet, Shadowland, Steve Rogers, Steve Sadowski, Stumptown, Super Soldier, Tony Moore
Part time warrior Trevor Rimmach also filmed much of the happenings of Comic Con for Channel 2 news in Salt Lake City. Check out his footage and see if you can spot a warrior or two.
G. Willow Wilson and MK Perker’s Eisner nominated Vertigo series, Air, is spotlighted in this latest thrilling episode.
Tagged Adam Hughes, Adriana Melo, Air, Ann Nocenti, Avengers, Batman, Billy Tucci, Black Widow, Bob Layton, Brian Azzarello, Brian Michael Bendis, Captain America, Carla Speed McNeil, Colleen Coover, Cris Peter, Daredevil: Black & White, David Aja, David Finch, Deadpool Team-Up, Duncan Rouleau, Francis Manapul, G. Willow Wilson, Gene Ha, Girls Comics, Iron Man, J.T. Krul, James Asmus, Jason Latour, Jerry Ordway, Jill Thompson, Jo Chen, John Rauch, June Brigman, Kathleen Marinaccio, Kelly Sue DeConnick, Lea Hernandez, Lee Bermejo, Louise Jones Simonson, M. K. Perker, Mariah Benes, Marjorie Liu, Micah J Gunnell, Molly Crabapple, Paul Levitz, Peter J. Tomasi, Peter Milligan, Rebecca Buchman, Robert Stull, Ronda Pattison, Steven T. Seagle, Superman, Teddy H. Kristiansen, Uncanny X-Men, Vagabond