Finally, the Wednesday Warriors discuss the command structure of the rebel alliance and Godzilla’s lapsed Catholicism
Tagged Alex Maleev, Charles Soule, David Aja, Godzilla, Green Lantern, hal jordan, Hawkeye, James Stokoe, lando, Matt Fraction, return of the jedi, Star Trek, Star Wars
The crew is back together for the first time since Salt Lake Comic Con. They share a few of their favorite stories, discuss the Death of Wolverine as well as the Finale’ of Original Sin, and Sean L and Bryton learn the difference between Protoss and Zerg.
Tagged Charles Soule, David Aja, death of wolverine, Hawkeye, Jason Aaron, Jason Latour, Matt Fraction, Mike Deodato, Original Sin, Salt Lake Comic Con, Southern Bastards, Steve McNiven
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
This week the Warriors interview the creators of Short-Stack: Tales of a Super-Human, Jay and Drew Sternitzky
Tagged Batman, David Aja, Earth 2, Grant Morrison, Hawkeye, Jeff Smith, Matt Fraction, Punk Rock Jesus, rasl, Sean Murphy, Short-Stack, The Red Diary
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
Henny’s out of town again and lucky for us Matt Page is available to help us chat about all things creepy in comics. We go over some of our favorite Halloween comics. Books Reviewed: The Last Days of American Crime #1 (Radical) Written by Rick Remender; Art by Greg Tocchini …
Tagged Amy Hadley, Bill Willingham, Chris Roberson, Daredevil, Dave Mckean, David Aja, Ed Brubaker, Giuseppe Camuncoli, Greg Tocchini, Halloween, House of Mystery, Kevin Nolan, Luca Rossi, Mark Buckingham, Matt Wagner, Matthew Sturges, Michael Lark, Mike Allred, Neil Gaiman, Peter Milligan, Richard Friend, Rick Remender, Stefano Landini, The Last Days of American Crime, Violent Cases