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 Wednesday Warriors are back from Fantasycon and they tell of their adventures. They also review two new Guardians of the Galaxy spin-off titles and much more.
Tagged Ed Brisson, FantasyCon, Jason Aaron, JD Faith, Legendary Star-Lord, Mike Deodato, Original Sin, Paco Media, Rocket Raccoon, Sam Humphries, San Hannibal, Skottie Young, The Field
Kieren Gillen and Jamie McKelvie are at it again with another mind blowing collaboration, The Wicked + The Divine.
Tagged Brian Michael Bendis, Esad Ribic, Harlan Ellison, Jamie McKelvie, Jason Aaron, Kieron Gillen, Michael Avon Oeming, Mike Deodato, Original Sin, Star Trek, Thor, United States of Murder Inc., Wicked + Divine
Just remember what ol’ Jack Burton does when the earth quakes, and the poison arrows fall from the sky, and the pillars of Heaven shake.
Tagged Andre the Giant: Life and Legend, Big Trouble in Little China, Box Brown, Brian Churilla, eric powell, Jason Aaron, Loki: Agents of Asgard, Mike Deodato, Nick Spencer, Ordinary, Original Sin, Superior Foes of Spider-Man
Bonjour! The Wednesday Warriors take you from the Motor City Web Fest all the way to Outer Space!
Tagged Craig Yeung, Cyclops, Deadly Hands of Kung Fu, Greg Rucka, Jason Aaron, Mike Benson, Mike Deodato, Naja, Original Sin, Russell Dauterman, Tan Eng Huat, Weird Love
The Warriors spotlight the superhero crime book Powers by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming. Books Reviewed: Green Lantern # (DC Comics) Written Geoff Johns; Art by Doug Mahnke Hellblazer #265 (Vertigo) Written by Peter Milligan; Art by Simon Bisley Locke & Key: Crown of Shadows #4 (IDW) Written …
Tagged Adam Geen, Alex Maleev, American Vampire, Andy Clarke, Batman and Robin, Brian Michael Bendis, Dark Avengers, Doug Mahnke, Gabriel Bã, Gabriel Rodriguez, Geoff Johns, Gerard Way, Grant Morrison, Green Lantern, Hellblazer, J. Michael Straczynski, Jesus Saiz, Joe Hill, Locke & Key, Mark Millar, Michael Avon Oeming, Mike Deodato, Nemesis, Nick Spencer, Peter Milligan, Powers, Rafael Albuquerque, Scott Hanna, Scott Snyder, Shuddertown, Simon Bisley, Spider-Woman, Stephen King, Steve McNiven, The Brave and the Bold, Umbrella Academy