Host Derek Coward talks about a hellish daydream he had, and some of the comic books with the cover date of December 1981.
Host Derek Coward talks about the X-Men and their lack of a need of an origin story on TV and movies.
Host Derek Coward talks about some recent purchases he has made, including the new Watson and Holmes and X-Men trades.
Host Derek Coward talks about DC’s Injustice and James Robinson. Tom Taylor was the name I couldn’t remember.
Host Derek Coward talks about the ending to Marvel’s Infinity crossover event.
Here is the link to Scott Cederlund’s post that I mentioned in the episode:
Host Derek Coward returns with a look at the first volume of The Fantastic Four By Jonathan Hickman omnibus.
Host Derek Coward talks about the renumbering of comic books.
Host Derek Coward talks about Fantastic Four #600, Superman #3, Justice League Dark #3, Aquaman #3, Blackhawks #3, All-Star Western #3, I Vampire #3, and Plastic Man: On The Lam TPB.
Host Derek Coward talks about the reaction to the newest “first” appearance of the Justice League and tries to give his (non-spoiler) opinion of the issue.
Host Derek Coward talks about his exit strategy for not reading comic books anymore, mentions packaging for comic books received in the mail, and briefly talks about Shaman Warrior and Wolverine Enemy of The State.