Host Derek Coward gives an update on his phone, texts with Bruce Rosenberger, and talks briefly about the death on the set of Deadpool 2.
Host Derek Coward talks about the first week box office numbers for Ant-Man, Marvel’s plans for their hip-hop covers, and part of why the forum community has lost its luster for him.
Host Derek Coward talks about some of the things happening in the Marvel’s Avengers Alliance game, including tacos and a connection to the upcoming Secret Wars event.
Host Derek Coward talks about missing Arrow, Domino cast in the upcoming Deadpool movie, and the latest in the Facebook game Marvel’s Avengers Alliance. He gets it done in less than 4 minutes (not counting theme music). The episode is short but sweet.
As most of the long time listeners of Comic Book Noise know, I’m not a fan of the artwork of Humberto Ramos. However, I will admit when I see a really cool cover by someone I’m not a fan of. That said, ladies and gentlemen, the cover to Deadpool Team-Up 897 is pretty damn cool looking.
Ramos’ anatomical exaggerations work perfectly with the otherworldliness of the two Ghost Riders. Deadpool’s pointy chin and oversized feet look like they fit in as well. I’m not sure where they are heading or what they are doing, but this cover makes me interested in finding out. Almost interested enough in actually reading a Deadpool story, but not quite. My only question is, if Blaze and Ketch are on motorcycles, does Deadpool really intend on jumping up and down until the three of them get to where they need to be?
The gang is back after a long hiatus. Mike Myers, Luke Foster and Ryan King talk about Criminal Sinners, Marvel The List books, Deadpool, Shang-Chi, Green Arrow/Black Canary, Booster Gold, I Kill Giants, Hulk Books, Son of Hulk, Skaar, Guardians of the Galaxy, War of Kings, Nova, Scalped, Unknown Soldier, Marvel 2099, Judgment Day and a special Hulk announcement. We discuss top Christmas shows, Monk, The Office, White Collar, Lost, some movie talk and lots of food. Eric Martin, we love you and miss you very much.