Episode #272 – Southern Bastards and Darth Vader Bing Bong Ding Dong! Grab a Diet A&W Root Beer (and while you’re at it, a Fight For Comics Coexist Can Coozie) and start plotting your totally hypothetical insurance scam. Then kick off your Sunday shoes and listen to the fellas discuss …
Tagged Darth Vader, Divinity, Image Comics, Jason Aaron, Jason Latour, Jimmie Robinson, Kieron Gillen, Kingsmen: The Secret Service, Marvel, Marvel Comics, Matt Kindt, Salvador Larroca, The Empty, Valiant, Valiant Comics
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
The Warriors welcome winter with a blizzard of reviews about TV and comics. Rick Remender’s continued dominance of medium, along with new and indie comic reviews.
Tagged Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Arrow, Black Science, Infinity, Jim Cheung, Jonathan Hickman, Kelly Sue DeConnick, Matt Kindt, Maxx, Pretty Deadly, Rick Remender, Steve McNiven, Uncanny Avengers, Unity, Valentine, Voice in the Dark, Walking Dead
Marvel Knights Spider-Man makes a welcome comeback for the imprint, Sean B. finds a DC book he can say good things about, and Jonas gets dirty with Grindhouse.
Tagged Adi Granov, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Alex de Campi, All-New X-Men, Andy Diggle, Annie Mok, Candace Jean, Captain America: Living Legend, Chris Peteron, Cliff Chiang, David Finch, Emily Carroll, Forever Evil, Geoff Johns, Gravity, Grindhouse, Guardians of the Galaxy, Jeffrey Brown, Jonathan Rinzler, Kelly Sue DeConnick, Kris Anka, Lauren Buekes, Marco Rudy, Mark Buckingham, Marvel Knights Spider-Man, Matt Kindt, Matthew Sturges, Mike Costa, Mike Mayhew, Rocket Raccoon, Shawn McManus, Star Wars: Jedi Academy, Steve Beach, The Star Wars, Toby Litt, Witching Hour
The Wednesday Warriors take some inspiration from an unlikely source for another superior episode.
Tagged Adventures of Superman, Brian Wood, Chin Music, Geoff Johns, Human Bomb, Justice League of America, Matt Kindt, Next Testament, Olivier Coipel, Red Handed, Scott Synder, Sean Murphy, Steve Miles, Superior Spider-Man, the goon, The Wake, Tony Harris, X-Men