Hosts Derek Coward and Angela play games, make and take phone calls, talk about comic books and listen to a Flight of The Conchords song.
In this episode, the guys start off discussing some comic books and end the conversation…. two weeks later! Once the reviews are covered, Ryan shares his unique perspective on “Up” and the guys talk about Ryan’s trip to Heroes Con 2009. All this, and of course some obligatory talk about “Batman: Brave and the Bold”. Two weeks of content in under an hour- all for the low, low price of FREE! What a bargain!
Mike and Micah (Do What) discuss Batman Comics, Marvel Soleil Comics, Stuffing 5000 books in one long box, diving for 10 cent books and lots of food talk from Heroes Con. We also discuss how to talk down a price from a dealer at at Heroes Con on Sunday and lots of TV and movie talk as well.
It’s a Geek Brunch first for episode 53. We’re joined by not one guest, not two guests, but four guests, making it a six person round table. Alan (Newmutant), Ryan (hulksmash), Eric (the question), and James (Anubis) sit in with us for our recap of just what exactly went down in Charlotte, NC at Heroes Con. Riding our giddy skype high, we prank call Keith Cunningham at work and try to get Dave Dwonch on the phone. This is not one to be missed.
Featuring a cover of the song “American Girl” by Joe Colledge, as found on the Podsafe Music Network.
The guys are back from Charlotte and share their experiences and a couple of Independent Reading reviews of things they picked up along the way. The episode ends on a high note with a nearly-forgotten Wayback Review that includes the harshest review to date! All this and some talk about giving away comics instead of candy this Halloween.
The guys are geeked about heading to Heroes Con, but still find the time to put together their shortest episode ever! The Wayback Review has got some G.I. Joe and Amelia Rules! Eric has some Independent Reading and both guys have some… DEPENDENT Reading??!?
Heroes Con or bust!
The guys double up on the Required Reading for this episode, reviewing both Goblin Chronicles #1 and Wolverine: First Class #1. Also, our first contest is officially announced! Plus, it’s a good episode for some Independent Reading. All this plus some news for the low, low cost of free!
Goblin Chronicles #1 spoiler time stamp: 24:25 – 43:08
Wolverine: First Class #1 spoiler time stamp: 43:49 – 1:02:08
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Archon Comics (Comics studio for The Goblin Chronicles.)
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