Does Marvel Legacy have a triumph or a tuna can on it's hands with "Return to Planet Hulk"? Our resident expert in all gamma goodness, Dave weighs in. Imaginary Fiends is the book we didn't know we needed and starts a conversation about the relevance of Vertigo as an imprint in 2017. John may like the book a wee bit too much but that's for you to decide fine listener! Finally, we discover why Hamsters across the world are rejoicing over the release of the Injustice 2 Annual.
What's the deal with Pickles anyway? We start off the show with a debate over the creative merits of Rick and Morty. With John being a big fan and Dave never bothering to watch an episode citing it's Back to the Future influence as a hurdle. Next up, does Marvel Legacy succeed in creating a new status quo for their characters? We discuss Captain America #695 (5:20) and Punisher #218 (13:40) and let you know if the House of Ideas is building a strong foundation. After the break we review Demon "Hell Is Earth" #1 (28:02) and Doomsday Clock #1 (37:10) from DC Comics. The art on the Demon proves to be a divisive topic between the hosts while Doomsday Clock could be an event that defines a generation. Just how good is this Watchmen sequel? Tune in and find out!
WARNING: Some SPOILERS ahead. Enjoy!
Ep.#73: This JAM PACKED episode includes talking about a new line of Geeky Tea, Rick Remender's Captain America rewind, Runaways and Punisher Screener reactions PLUS a review of Batman Who Laughs from DC Comics. Whew! How did we manage to get all that Comic goodness into one show? Magic baby. Give it a listen.
The next chapter of Dark Nights Metal is here! Batman: Lost explores the nightmare known as the Dark Multiverse. Some great creators on display in this book and we discuss whether this interlude can keep you in the mood. Critics darling Mister Miracle #4 creates an epic rift between John and Dave. Punches thrown, blood spilled and veggie tray destroyed. Tune in and pick a side!
What happens when you review DC's newest breakout title Batman:White Knight? Why British accents and Cocaine disclaimers of course! The Parlipod boys get jazzed up over Sean Murphy's take on the Joker, examine Deathstroke Defiance #25 and come to blows over John Byrne. All in a days work for a couple of dudes who love Comic Books.