The club gets full on cyber for this weeks comics. Image drops a brand new tech thriller called Thumbs that doesn’t disappoint. Ignited (Humanoids) is released on a new publisher with Mark Waid at the helm.
This week in the Club, we get into Batman news and the new #1, “Batman: Last Knight on Earth”, as well as “Killer Groove” and its nostalgic noir.
The club fumbles over the title of IDW’s new ROAD OF BONES, and ultimately find ourselves miles from our own road of cohesive conversation.
This week, FIC takes on WoTR double-time team-ups (hereby known as DTTUs) in "Spider-Man and the League of Realms" and "Giant Man" (which should really be called "Giant Men").
Agents of Atlas (Marvel) bringing in an all new amazing Asian fighting team and Excellence (Image) with a better, fresher more relevant Harry Potter! Plus some new sponsors!
As is typical, the club devolves quickly when Kaitlyn can’t attend, and we lose track of our decency and get off topic quickly. Even still, we think there is just the right amount of DCeased and Savage Avengers discussed in this episode. Enjoy!
BONUS EPISODE! Kaitlyn and Greg joined our friends from the TWO VIEWS MOVIE PODCAST for a discussion on Avengers endgame. If you haven’t seen the movie yet, what are you even doing here?! Delete this episode! If you have seen the movie, and enjoy the episode, give our new pals at TWO VIEWS a Club bump with a rate, review, or subscription.
Thanos has a new book (Marvel) by Tini Howard and it is just in time for End Game. Cullen Bunn is back (Valiant) with a Louisianan Immortal Ghost Summoning Neighborhood Punk!
The club really gets into it this week with “First Appearances” in both comics and our lives; “"Planet of the Nerds”, where the geeks and the Chads get the switch; and, we find ourselves ‘A Club Divided' over the historical fiction that is "Mary Shelley: Monster Hunter."
Faithless is all the pervy magic Boom! Could fit in a comic. Fair Lady is Columbo for Middle Earth. Comics literally don’t get better! The club gets in it and even talks Hellboy with the latest in comic news. It’s First Issues being read and discussed in podcast form. Now it’s time to take my horse to the old town road.
For our audience people this week, tune in to hear about Planet Comicon experiences; what happened with Astro Hustle; War of the Realms delivering on its hype; and, Major X’s Liefeldian x-citement over new characters.
This week on FIC, we hit the highlights of C2E2, get into the witchy world of Archie Forever’s “Sabrina”, and revel in the dark comedy chaos that is “Bad Luck Chuck”.
This week, the club discusses the announcement of new comic book publisher AWA, and debates what makes a publishing company stand out from the crowd. Later, as always, the panelists feature a couple of last weeks first issues: Dark Red #1 out on AfterShock Comics is a vampire story set in small town America, while Spiderman: Life Story #1 is the first entry in a series that poses the question, “What if Peter Parker aged in real time?”
This week, the club members have a spoily-free Captain Marvel convo, talk trailers with Avengers: Endgame, and get into reviews on “Magnificent Ms. Marvel” and “Assassin Nation”.
First, Marvel’s MEET THE SKRULLS introduces us to an alien spy family trying to keep a low profile while infiltrating Stark Inc, while our second book, Dark Horse’s ASTRO HUSTLE, takes us on a 1970s inspired Flash Gordon style romp featuring a band of space pirates with a deck full of the CUTEST animal buccaneers. Avast ye! Adventures are abound!
This week….love is the enemy with “Age of X-Man: X-Tremists” and “The Forgotten Queen” gives us a tale of bloodshed through the ages.
The club covers Sharkey the Bounty Hunter (a future Netflix show) and High Level (vertigo). Everything you want to know about comics and everything you didn’t, it’s comics y’all - they al fun!
In this variant edition, we discuss “My Boy Friend Is A Bear” in which a woman falls in love and begins a relationship with a bear. No…not a metaphorical bear…an actual freaking bear.
Hey Audience People! Join us to talk “G.I.Joe: Sierra Muerte”, whose refreshing art style and action-romp story blew us away; one of the longest-running and favored characters of among fans and writers alike that is “Daredevil”; and our weekly rundown of #1s hitting the shelves.
It’s a yuckfest this week folks. “Wyrd” isn’t quite weird enough, “Unit 44” is great…if you’re a child…”Age of X-Men Alpha” primes our wallets to spend bank on more x-men books, and “Peter Cannon: Thunderbolt” rips “Watchmen”. But you know what…we still had a blast reading and talking about em cause comics rule.