Tag Archives: fantastic four

Comic Book Noise 471: Favorite Stories (at least for now)

Host Derek Coward talks about his favorite Justice League, Avengers, Legion of Super-Heroes, Teen Titans, the Defenders, Fantastic Four, and Justice Society stories.

Comic Book Noise 465: The Joker Batgirl Cover Controversy

Host Derek Coward talks about the recent rash of cancellations to the books on his pull list and the latest controversy to grip the comic book community.

Comic Book Noise 459: Earth-2, Fantastic Four, and Aquaman

Host Derek Coward returns to talk about a few comic books he has recently read, including his last issue of Earth-2, Fantastic Four 643, Fantastic Four Annual 1, and Aquaman 39.

Comic Book Noise 441: More Top News Stories of The Week

Host Derek Coward returns to talk about the top news stories that broke in the eight hours he was at work. And they were pretty big.

Let It Fly Episode 7 – Comics Unlimited

This week, host Aaron Macom discusses Marvel Unlimited, shazam and creates his own Fantastic Four.

Comic Book Noise 436: Top News Stories of The Week

Host Derek Coward returns with his look at the top news stories of the week.

Let It Fly 06 – Milestone, Heavy Metal and FF

Host Aaron Macom talks about the return of MileStone Comics, Heavy Metal and the FF trailer.

Comic Book Noise 433: Cyclops, Letter 44, Jessica Jones, and the Fantastic Four Teaser Trailer

Host Derek Coward returns to talk about the new Cyclops series by Greg Rucka, Letter 44 from Oni Press and how it compares to The Comet Clement, Jessica Jones casting news, and his first impressions of the new Fantastic Four movie teaser trailer.

Comic Book Noise 425: A Wednesday Comics for Marvel

Host Derek Coward returns to talk about the characters he would like to see in Marvel’s version of Wednesday Comics, if Marvel ever did a version of Wednesday Comics.

Comic Book Noise 411: Avengers Alliance, The Invaders, and Project Black Skies

Host Derek Coward returns to talk about the latest changes to the Avengers Alliance game, a few comic books he read, and the loss of his dog.