An actual Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. stops by Fight For Comics tower as the warriors interview actor Charles Halford.
Tagged Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Brian Ching, Charles Halford, Conan the Avenger, Elektra, Eltingville Club, Evan Dorkin, Fred Van Lente, Jim Cheung, Mark Waid, Michael Del Mundo, Original Sin, W. Haden Blackman
The Warriors welcome winter with a blizzard of reviews about TV and comics. Rick Remender’s continued dominance of medium, along with new and indie comic reviews.
Tagged Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Arrow, Black Science, Infinity, Jim Cheung, Jonathan Hickman, Kelly Sue DeConnick, Matt Kindt, Maxx, Pretty Deadly, Rick Remender, Steve McNiven, Uncanny Avengers, Unity, Valentine, Voice in the Dark, Walking Dead
Episode #215 – Spitesgiving Ah, the French! The Warriors prepare for Spitesgiving with fine French wine and hearts filled with hatred for the Holidays. Festive TV shows and Comics are reviewed with the gang split on the new Harley Quinn issue. Trust us, you’re going to love it, or hate …
It is time for the Sean’s Insanity Hour. Sean Leslie and Sean Black take the reigns while Jonas and Bryton are sleeping. Sean B. reviews the craziness that is Shaolin Cowboy and Sean L. gets nostalgic for X-Men.
Tagged Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Arrow, Avengers, Avengers: Endless Wartime, Bob McLeod, Bob Wiacek, Chris Claremont, Chris Dingess, Dogs of War, Fabian Nicieza, Geoff Darrow, Jamie McKelvie, Jorge Molina, Kieron Gillen, Len Wein, Louise Simonson, Manifest Destiny, Matthew Roberts, Mike McKone, Nathan Fox, Pat Olliffe, Roy Thomas, Salvador Larroca, Shaolin Cowboy, Sheila Keenan, Stan Lee, Walking Dead, Walter Simonson, Warren Ellis, X-Men, Young Avengers
Thor: The Dark World is reviewed as well as the latest Netflix news.
Tagged Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Alex + Ada, Arrow, Ash and the Army of Darkness, David Finch, Dennis Calero, Duncan Fegredo, Forever Evil Goeff Johns, hellboy, Jonathan Luna, Mike Mignola, Netflix, Sarah Vaughn, Steve Niles, Thor, Thor: The Dark World, Walking Dead
The Warriors dodge writing thank you notes by seeing Snoop and Sean Black makes a M. Night Shyamalan & Wes Anderson connection.
Tagged Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Amy Reeder, Arrow, Bachan, Battle of the Atom, Battling Boy, Boom Studios, Brandon Graham, Brandon Montclare, Brian Joines, Dustin Weaver, I.M.A.G.I.N.E. Agents, Infinity, Jerome Opeña, Jock, John Byrne, Jonathan Hickman, Juan Romera, Kieron Gillen, M. Night Shyamalan, Paul Allor, Paul Pope, Prophet, Rocket Girl, Ryan Kelly, Savage Wolverine, Simon Roy, Strange Nation, Three, Triple Helix, Walking Dead, Wes Anderson