Episode #288 – Where the Monsters Dwell Jonas and Bryton keep on riding the Battleworld train. Garth Ennis? Writing a book about dinosaurs? Do we love it? Tune in to find out! Books Reviewed 6:11 – Planet Hulk #1 and #2 (Marvel) 12:01 – Where Monsters Dwell #1 and #2 …
Tagged Adrift, Battleworld, Brian K. Vaughn, Daredevil, Garth Ennis, Hulk, Incredible Hulk, Planet Hulk, Red Skull, Secret Wars, We Stand on Guard, where monsters dwell
Comic News! In this all new exciting episode of Fight for Comics, the Wednesday Warriors get EVIL… Forever, that is!
Tagged Brian K. Vaughn, David Finch, Duncan Fegredo, Fiona Staples, Forever Evil, Geoff Johns, Hulk, Mark Bagley, Mark Millar, Mark Waid, MPH, Saga
Neil Gaiman’s Sandman returns. Samurai Jack also returns. There is much rejoicing.
Tagged Andrew Currie, Andy Suriano, Arrow, Battle of the Atom, Brian K. Vaughn, Brian Michael Bendis, Brian Wood, Chris Bachalo, Dustin Weaver, Esad Ribic, Fiona Staples, Giuseppe Camuncoli, Infinity, J.H. Williams III, Jason Aaron, Jerome Opeña, Jim Zub, Jonathan Hickman, Kris Anka, Mark Irwin, Matt Milla, Michael Dialynas, Mike Costa, Neil Gaiman, Saga, samurai jack, Sandman, Stuart Immonen, Superior Spider-Man, Tom Palmer, Victor Olazaba, Wade Von Grawbadger, Walking Dead
The best comics of 2012 are named as the Wednesday Warriors give their picks in this exciting 2-part episode.
Tagged Batman, Best of, Brian K. Vaughn, Cow Boy, Daredevil, David Aja, Fiona Staples, Hawkeye, Jason Aaron, Joker, Rick Remender, Saga, Scott Snyder
It’s that time folks. Time for another astonishing edition of Comic Book Ketchup. A heaping pile of books are reviewed for your listening pleasure.
Tagged Before Watchmen, Brian K. Vaughn, Dancer, Daredevil, Debris, Fairest, Mike Allred, Nate Edmonson, Reed Gunther, Richard Starkings, Saga, Scott Pilgrim, The Activity, watchmen
Marvel’s big gay wedding has come and past and the Wednesday Warriors vent their frustrations at Marvel’s marketing ploys.
Tagged Astonishing X-Men, Avengers, Avengers Vs. X-Men, Batman, Before Watchmen, Brian Azz, Brian K. Vaughn, John Layman, Jonathan Hickman, Marjorie Liu, Mars Attacks, Olivier Coipel, Saga, The Crow, watchmen, X-Men