Ho Ho Ho! The holidays are here and the Warriors bring tidings of comic reviews.
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
This week the Wednesday Warriors interview Bryce Carlson, writer of the new hot noir book Hit from Boom! Studios.
Tagged Adam Munoa, Alan Moore, Bounce, Brain Boy, Bryce Carlson, Buzzkill, Critters, hellboy, hit, Inhumans, Thor, Vanessa Del Rey
All big Hellboy fans know how Mike Mignola’s first drawing of Hellboy came from the first Great Salt Lake Comic Con program in 1991. What few people have see is a commission local comic store owner got from Mike at the same con.
Tagged 1991, B.P.R.D., commission, concept, dr. Volts, first hellboy, great salt lake comic con, hellboy, Mike Mignola, original, original hellboy, Salt Lake City, Utah
The Wednesday Warriors discuss their Valentine’s Day plans, or lack thereof, as well as The Walking Dead.
Tagged Avengers, Brian Michael Bendis, Daredevil, Dia De Los Muertos, Green Arrow, hellboy, Jeff Lemire, Jonathan Hickman, new avengers, Riley Rossmo, Robert Kirkman, Snap Shot, Walking Dead, X-Men
With Marvel Now in full swing the Warriors discuss the difficulties in keeping up with the aggressive publishing schedule Marvel is cursing their fans with.
Tagged Aquaman, Brian Michael Bendis, Chew, Clone, Geoff Johns, hellboy, John Layman, Journey into Mystery, Marvel Now, Mike Mignola, Spider Man, X-Men