The Warriors ketchup on the plethora of comics they have read since the Christmas break. Sean Black also gives us his Smallville watching update as well as the San Diego Miyazaki Film Festival. The Warriors also review Superior Spider-Man. Is the new take on Spider-Man really superior? Is this a superior episode? Listen and find out.
Books reviewed include:
Come Back #3 (Image Comics)
Written by Ed Brisson; Art by Michael Walsh
Thunderbolts #2 & #3 (Marvel)
Written by Daniel Way; Art by Steve Dillion
Marvel The Untold Story
Written by Sean Howe
World Without a Superman (DC Comics)
Written by James Robinson & Greg Rucka; Art by Renato Guedes & Sidney Teles
Locke & Key Omega #2 (IDW Publishing)
Written by Joe Hill; Art by Gabriel Rodriguez
Avengers Arena #1 & 2 (Marvel Comics)
Written by Dennis Hopeless; Art by Kev Walker
Star Wars #1 (Dark Horse Comics)
Written by Brian Wood; Art by Carlso D’Anda
Thief of Thieves (Image Comics)
Written by Robert Kirkman, Nick Spencer & James Asmus; Art by Shawn Martinbrough
Iron Man #2 & 3 (Marvel Comics)
Written by Kerion Gillen; Art by Greg Land & Jay Leisten
Captain America #2 (Marvel Comics)
Written by Rick Remender; Art by John Romita Jr.
Fantastic Four #2 (Marvel Comics)
Written by Matt Fraction; Art by Mark Bagley
FF #2 (Marvel Comics)
Written by Matt Fraction; Art by Michael Allred
Indestructible Hulk (Marvel Comics)
Written by Mark Waid; Art by Leinil Yu
Retrowood: H.I. or L.O.
Written by Mike Vosburg; Art by Mike Vosburg
Superior Spider-Man #1 (Marvel Comics)
Written by Dan Slott; Art by Ryan Stegman
Fight for Comics Trivia: Amazing Spider-Man #655 signed by Dan Slott.
The Wednesday Warriors share their thanks for nothing in the aftermath of Thanksgiving. Sean Leslie finds the miracles that Lush’s bath bombs possess. The Warriors also welcome the heroes of our community, cows, in comic book form that is sure to entertain. Amazing Spider-Man #698 knocks the Warriors over in shock and gives them a feeling of Freaky Friday déjà vu as they debate when the events actually took place. And if all that wasn’t enough, Bryton also gives an early review of Ed Bruaker’s new original graphic novel, Scene of the Crime, drawn by his Gotham Central artists, Michael Lark and Sean Phillips.
Books reviewed include:
Amazing Cow Heroes #8 (Chik-Fil-A)
Written by Brian Smith; Art by Mike Hawthorne
Walking Dead S3:E7 (CW)
Indestructible Hulk #1 (Marvel Comics)
Written by Mark Waid; Art By Leinel Yu
Amazing Spider-Man #698 (Marvel Comics)
Written by Dan Slott; Art by Richard Elson
Captain America #1 (Marvel Comics)
Written by Rick Remender; Art by John Romita Jr., Klaus Janson
Hawkeye #4 (Marvel Comics)
Written by Matt Fraction; Art by Javier Pulido
Clone #1 (Image Comics)
Written by David Schulner; Art by Juan Jose Ryp
Uncanny X-Force #34 (Marvel Comics)
Written by Rick Remender; Art by Phil Noto
Scene of the Crime HC (Image Comics)
Written by Eddie Brubaker; Art Michael Lark, Sean Phillips
Fight for Comics Trivia: Baltimore: The Plague Ships hardcover signed by writer and cover artist Mike Mignola.
Recorded in a haunted basement, the Warriors (minus co-host Sean Leslie who has been transformed into Zero the Ghost Dog) say goodbye to a couple of legendary Marvel runs, while anger towards a certain ruby-quartz eyed mutant escalates even higher. A dusty old Halloween story is finally plucked form the shelf, and the love continues for Arrow and Season 3 of the Walking Dead.
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.