Another new comics review is here. There are new comics and new series that start each week and it is our duty to inform you on what series are worth your time and money.
This week Jon and I have 4 comics that we will be reviewing and the podcast follows this order:
Comic 1 – Jon Review
Robotech # 1 – Titan Books
A British publishing company is producing a comic based on an American anime that originated in Japan. Jon gives the details on the update on a fan favorite series.
Comics 2 and 3 – Jim Review
Dark Days: The Forge and Dark Days: The Casting – DC
Scott Snyder and James Tynion IV
Jim Lee, Andy Kubert and John Romita Jr.
These 2 books are the prelude to the Dark Multiverse series: The Metal. Jim reviews them and lets you know why they are must reads for new and long time DC fans.
The final review is…
Comic 4 – Jon review
Felix Leiter – Dynamite
Ian Fleming’s American take on the super spy. Jon reviews the first issue of this new series from Dynamite.
See you next week.
Your comics pal,
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What does the title “
Missed The Bus” comics mean? It means great comic series that have been published but for what ever reason Jon and/or myself have never read. The alternative title I have for this podcast is “ Whats The Matter With You Dummies!?”
Hard to believe that there are some comics that exist out there that Jon or myself have not read. This is a true fact! There are some many comics that exist that we cannot get to all of them so some of the gems get left in the mine. Today, we talk about 3 of those series which are:
DMZ – Vertigo/DC
A Distant Soil – Image Comics
100 Bullets – Vertigo/DC
We talk about why we missed reading them when they were first released, why we want to read them now and is it even possible to read comics that are no longer being published?
Just so you know, I have read DMZ and 100 Bullets. It is only A Distant Soil that we both have not read.
Enjoy the podcast.
You comics pal,
There are always new titles from comic publishers coming out every week and we try to select some of the best books to read. Here are some of the comics that we highly recommend.
This week I review the 3 new comics from DC Comic’s Young Animals imprint and Jon reviews 3 independent publisher titles. Here are the reviews with time stamps:
4:45 – James Bond – Dynamite Comics: Written by Andy Diggle with Art by Luca Casalanguida
16:33 – Cave Carson has a Cybernetic Eye – DC’s Young Animals: Co-written by Gerard Way and Jon Rivera with art by Michael Avon Oeming
28:35 – Briggs Land – Dark Horse Comics: Written by Brian Woods with art by Mack Chater
42:52 – Shade the Changing Girl – DC’s Young Animals: Written by Cecil Castellucci with art by Marley Zarcone
57:30 – Reborn – Image Comics: Written by Mark Millar with art by Greg Capullo
1:08:40 – Doom Patrol – DC’s Young Animals: Written by Gerard Way with art by Nick Derington
I apologize if we mispronounced any of the writers or artist names. We will try better next time.
This podcast runs a little longer than our normal ones because there are so many things to talk about with each of these titles. We hope you enjoy our reviews and find some new comics to pick up.
Also, Will Magnus is the creator of the Metal Men not the Magnetic Man. My brain was on overload. Sorry.
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