Episode #273 – Silver Surfer Ei8ht Silk The warriors surf through time, the cosmos, and the rooftops of Manhattan to bring you this weeks books. Books Reviewed 10:05 Silk #1 (Marvel Comics) Written by Robbie Thompson; Art by Stacey Lee; Colors by Ian Herring 18:34 Ei8ht #1 (Dark Horse) …
Tagged Dan Slott, dark horse, dinosuars, ei8ht, Laura Allred, legend of zelda, Marvel, Mike Allred, mike johnson, Rafael Albuquerque, robbie thompson, silk, Silver Surfer, Spider Man, stacey lee
Sean Black joins us in a comatose state. More than likely from reading Jason Aaron’s Southern Bastards #1 which the Wednesday Warriors all hail as a must-read.
Tagged Dan Slott, Iron Fist, Jason Aaron, Jason Latour, Kaare Andrews, Marco Castiello, Matt Kindt, Michael Allred, Paul Renaud, Rebel Heist, Rick Remender, Silver Surfer, Southern Bastards, Star Wars, Uncanny Avengers
Sean L. tells his harrowing story of being a funkle on FCBD and we give you 1/4 of a review for Amazing Spider-Man 2.
Tagged Amazing Spider-Man, Amazing Spider-Man 2, Christos Gage, Dan Slott, David Peterson, FCBD, Free Comic Book Day, G.I. Joe, G.i. Joe vs Transformers, Giuseppe Camuncoli, Humberto Ramos, Mouse Guard, Peter David, Ramon Perez, Royden Leopp, Rust, Transformers
PMA ALL DAY! The Warriors get positive with 6 great reviews on 6 great comics!
Tagged All-New Ghost Rider, All-new invaders, Brian Posehn, City in the Desert, Dan Slott, Deadpool, Felipe Smith, Gerry Duggan, James Robinson, Michael Allred, Moro Rogers, Silver Surfer, Steve Pugh, Superior Spider-Man, Tradd Moore
The Wednesday Warriors properly begin 2014 with a polar vortex of comic reviews!
Tagged Adrian Alphona, Al Ewing, All-New Marvel Now, Avengers, Brian K. Vaughan, Brian Michael Bendis, Brian Wood, Conan, Dan Slott, Deadpool: The Gauntlet, Fiona Staples, G. Willow Willson, Gerry Duggan, Humberto Ramos, James Robinson, Lee Garbett, Loki, Michael Allred, Ms. Marvel, NAthan Edmonson, Nick Spencer, Paul Jenkins, Phil Noto, Rags Morales, Reilly Brown, Revelations, Riccardo Burchielli, Rick Remender, Saga, Silver Surfer, Steve McNiven, Steve Pugh, Ultimate Cataclysm, Uncanny Avengers
Superior Spider Man Review This is what has brought be back into comics. All I had been reading for months on end, year after year, were the absolute turds of comics. So I just dropped them all, stopped picking up my hold, and read Harry Potter books or whatever it …