Spoilers abound as Kevin, Phil, Andrew, and Steve talk about Secret Wars #1 and Avengers: Age of Ultron. Then Andrew, Kevin, and Steve wrap the episode up with their Thunderbolts thing. But first, our host reminds you to read Moon Knight.
Kevin, Phil, and Steve talk about some recent reads, including The Black Vortex X-Men/Guardians of the Galaxy crossover, Kevin presents Daredevil 354, and there’s the completion of the 90s Guardians of the Galaxy coverage with issues 44-62….plus, more incursion goofiness as the Secret Wars approaches, while our host just rambles.
While David’s not looking, Steve and Phil deliver some current reads (Moon Knight, Ant-Man and Avengers: Millenium Infinite Comics, Nova Annual 1, Hulk, Star Wars, and the late 20 issue X-Factor series), then Kevin, Andrew and Steve advance Project: Thunderbolts 3 more issues, covering 45 to 47 of the original series…Enjoy!
Tom Morris, Kevin, and Steve offer up a discussion on Secret Wars and then Steve, Kevin, and Andrew talk Thunderbolts; specifically issues #37, 38, and Annual 2000 while our host doesn’t say much other than read Hickman’s Avengers and New Avengers.
Happy 2015! Steve joins Andrew and Kevin to talk about gift books (75 Years of Marvel, Marvel Comics: 75 Years of Cover Art, Drew Friedman’s Heroes of the Comics, the John Buscema Silver Surfer Artist’s Edition, and Who is Stan Lee?), then delve into some more classic Thunderbolts issues (this time up, it’s #31-33…the end of writer Kurt Busiek’s run)! Enjoy!
You’ll hear the year-end roundtable followed by Steve, Kevin, and Andrew finishing up the Graviton arc from Thunderbolts #28-30. Plus our host breifly talks about the current Deathlok series.
Steve brings up the first 16 issues of the Marvel Comics Presents anthology from the late ’80s then talks with Kevin and Andrew about some classic Thunderbolts year three action while our host mentions Secret Wars, Iron Fist: The Living Weapon, and The Punisher.
It’s the return of Fantastic Foursights with Steve, Alan, and Chris (talking about the James Robinson Fantastic Four series and the future of the franchise), plus Con-Men with Steve and Andrew where they discuss the various conventions they’ve attended recently. And our host briefly touches on Rick Remender’s run on The Punisher.
‘Marvel Goes To War’ with Steve and Rich Shannon, Super Steve then joins Andrew and Kevin to talk about some Thunderbolts action, plus the novel The Avengers and the Thunderbolts by Pierce Askegren, and our host gushes over Spider-Man.
Andrew and Kevin take a few detours as they cover Thunderbolts merchandising along with Thunderbolts #22, Captain America/Citizen V 1998 Annual, and Thunderbolts #0 (A free Wizard issue).
Plus, Steve, Kevin, Phil, and Andrew talk about first issues and favorite monsters.