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Comic Book Noise 558: Inferno #3 and Captain Britain #1

Host Derek Coward talks about the temporary change in the format of the show, his day so far and why he has to eat “shit food”, Inferno #3, and Captain Britain and The Mighty Defenders.

He also profiles an entire city.
He also profiles an entire city.


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Comic Book Noise 342: Lightning Comic Book Gumbo

Host Derek Coward returns to talk about a LOT of subjects, including (but not restricted to) Justice League 3000 #4, Mighty Avengers #7 and #8, Kirby Genesis #5, Magnus Robot Fighter #1, Turok Dinosaur Hunter #2, Bloodhound Crowbar Medicine #4, The Occultist #1, Post-Crisis DC vs The New 52 DC, Jen Walters, Avril Lear, the interview that changed how he felt about Jack Kirby’s artwork, old time radio, Green Hornet, liking the parts but feeling ambivalent about the sum, clean filthiness, and the ratio of Black people to White people in New York City.

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Review of Girl Comics 1

Like a lot of people, I’m not that fond of the name, but since I don’t judge a book by its cover (Unless the cover says “Anybody Who Buys This Is A Pedophile And An Asshole”, then I would probably think twice about picking it up), I picked it up off the shelf.

It is an anthology, so it was up and down in terms of my likes and dislikes, but overall I liked it:

I liked the intro by Colleen Coover.

I didn’t like ‘Moritat’ by G. Willow Wilson/Ming Doyle/Cris Peter/Kathleen Marinaccio, but that’s because I don’t like comic book stories that heavily utilize musical performances. The artwork was very Paul Pope-ish, though.

I liked the Venus story by Trina Robbins/Stephanie Buscema/Kristyn Ferretti because I think stories about people from the past fitting into current times are usually funny.

I liked the spotlight on Flo Steinberg, who I remembered from What If #11, but had no idea who she really was.

I liked ‘A Brief Rendezvous’ by Valerie d’Orazio/Nikki Cook/Elizabeth Breitweiser/Kristyn Ferretti because it is always nice to see what The Punisher does with his off time.

I didn’t like the She-Hulk pin-up by Sana Takeda because her hand-foot was distracting and I think if a male artist had drawn this particular picture he would have been raked over the coals for it.

I liked ‘Shop Doc’ by Lucy Knisley, I thought it was cute.

I liked the spotlight on Marie Severin. She’s Marie Severin, who wouldn’t?

I skipped over ‘Clockwork Nightmare’ by Robin Furth/Agnes Garbowska/Kristyn Ferretti for the same reason I didn’t like ‘Moritat’, only instead of a musical performance, this seemed like it was poetry.

I liked ‘Head Space’ by Devin Grayson/Emma Rios/Barbara Ciardo/Kathleen Marinaccio. I have always thought she spent too much time exploring relationships between characters rather than the characters themselves and as a result, I haven’t been a big fan of her work. She does the same thing in this story, but it makes sense since it was a story about a relationship. Of course, she makes my favorite X-Man look like a little bitch, but then again, almost all writers make him look like a little bitch.

I know a lot of people will pass on this book because of the “high price tag” and I’m not sure what kind of business it will do in trade, but I don’t feel like I got ripped off and I’m looking forward to the other two issues in the miniseries.

Also, I love the cover by Amanda Conner and Laura Martin.


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Marvel Noise Episode 42

Going to San Diego? I’m not… But Phenomenal Pat Loika will be there! And he’s also here! In not one, but TWO segments. First, he offers up this week’s new releases and later, he returns to give us the rundown on what Marvel has planned for the convention this week! In between we hear from evaD (Bring ’em Back), Steve Raker (from his Comics Bunker), and Chris “Equinox” Chavez and Mike Sims both sharing some thoughts on recent reads.  And our host pops up once or twice.

Comics mentioned include Immortal Iron Fist, Daredevil, Uncanny X-Men, X-Men: Legacy, She-Hulk, Wolverine: First Class, X-Factor, and Universal War One.

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Angel Revelations #3 $3.99
Anita Blake Vampire Hunter Guilty Pleasures Vol 2 HC Book Market Edition $19.99
Astonishing X-Men Vol 3 #25 Incentive Lee Bermejo Variant Cover – [PI]
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Black Panther Vol 4 #38 $2.99
Daredevil Vol 2 #109 $2.99
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New Avengers #43 (Secret Invasion Tie-In) $2.99
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She-Hulk 2 #31 (Secret Invasion Tie-In) $2.99
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Ultimate X-Men #96 $2.99
Uncanny X-Men #500 Incentive Michael Turner Variant Color Cover – [PI]
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Wolverine First Class #5 $2.99
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X-Men Legacy #214 $2.99

Product Updates:

  • Immortal Iron Fist #17 (MAY082277D, $2.99) will have art by Russ Heath in addition to Travel Foreman.
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  • Ultimate X-Men #96 (MAY082257D, $2.99) will have art by Brandon Peterson and Clay Mann, not Mark Brooks.
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