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Comic Book Noise 467: Marvel’s Avengers Alliance, Marvel’s Angela, and Marvel’s Thor

Host Derek Coward talks about his Marvel’s Avengers Alliance game, Angela, Thor, and why some numbers connected to comic book sales might be misleading.

Comic Book Noise 461: Thor Annual 1

Host Derek Coward talks about Thor Annual #1

Comic Book Noise 445: Marvel Movies Shuffle and Usagi Yojimbo Saga Vol 1

Host Derek Coward talks about the changes in the release dates for several Marvel movies due to the addition of the Spider-Man movie, as well as the first volume of The Usagi Yojimbo Saga

Comic Book Noise 432: Regular Show and Fear Itself

Host Derek Coward briefly talks about The Regular Show Mordecai Collection, and the “Point” issues of Fear Itself.

Comic Book Noise 431: Fear Itself Thoughts

Host Derek Coward returns to talk about the 2011 Marvel event Fear Itself, and gives an update on Marvel’s Avengers Alliance.

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 399: Black Panther Movies

Host Derek Coward returns to talk about how to proceed with the Black Panther movies, and the shortsightedness of certain comic book fans.

Comic Book Noise 392: Out of Industry Creators

Host Derek Coward talks about people from outside of the comic book industry who create comic books.

Comic Book Noise 383: Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase 3

Host Derek Coward returns with some meaningless conjecture and irresponsible speculation about the Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase Three.

Comic Book Noise 353: Infinity, Guardians of the Galaxy, and Walt Simonson

Host Derek Coward returns to talk about his son not wanting to read comic books, his disappointment in the way Infinity was collected, his hopes for the Guardians of the Galaxy movie, and he appreciation for the picture drawing and word writings of Walt Simonson. There’s also a prolonged wishlist of 70s era books he wants to get, but it got a little rambly and he might have stopped paying attention to what he was saying.