Steve talks about Peggy Carter in the comics and Andrew, Phil, and Kevin go under the covers with Marvel’s Agent Carter, the television series while our host chats about Daredevil, Avengers, and Amazing Spider-Man.
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.
Steve, Kevin, and Andrew cover X-Men 11-19 (MMW vol.2) and are interrupted by tornado warning! Our host discusses various books including the Avengers titles.
Steve brings us Superheroes! (the hardcover companion to the recent PBS documentary), a review of the Avengers Alliance mobile device app, The Secret History of Marvel Comics by Blake Bell and Dr Michael Vassallo and Goodman’s publishing methods, and a publishing history of KaZar; while our host mentions Avengers and Superior Spider-Man.
We made it to 200! And our host wouldn’t have without you and a lot of help from his friends. Proving that point we have Steve recapping the Boston Comic Con as well as sitting down with Andrew, Kevin, DaveK, and Alan to talk about Marvel’s 200s.
David’s on assignment so the inmates are ruling the asylum! Join Steve Raker, whirlwindx Kevin, Andrew the LArabbit, & Phil as they discuss IDW Artist Editions, Superior Foes of Spider-Man, Back Issue Magazine 63 & 65, Marvel UK, Upcoming Cons, Jamie Fox’s Electro, Ditko & Kirby original art, Hickman’s Avengers & New Avengers, consistent characterization in comics, Spidey Super Stories, Fun & Games Magazine, Pizzazz, Cracked, Archie & Peter Parker, Spider-Man in the ’90s, favorite runs in Avengers history, new Avengers Assemble cartoon, comic book movie expectations, and more!
music throughout by the Pink Floyd (from Obscured by Clouds LP)
Steve’s here with some Star-Lord while our host talks about Thor: God of Thunder, Avengers, New Avengers, and Uncanny Avengers.
Derek returns with his question and Steve sits down with Andrew and Kevin to talk about Doctor Octopus while our host touches on Captain America, Cable and X-Force, Avengers, All-New X-Men, Avenging Spider-Man, and New Avengers.
Audacity thought it would be neat to ignore my headset mic. What you hear (if you decide to) is me through my laptop’s mic.
Fantastic Foursights! And Amazing Spider-Man #699, Avengers #1, and Daredevil: End of Days #3.
Marvel is pleased to announce that the critically acclaimed first issue of Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning’s Heroes For Hire will be reprinted in full and at no additional cost within Avengers #10, on sale February 23. Starring fan favorite heroes such as Ghost Rider, The Punisher, Moon Knight, Iron Fist and more, Heroes For Hire, can’t stay on the shelves! It’s the book that ComicBookResources.com calls “the type of read that comic books were invented for,” and now fans have an opportunity to see what everyone is clamoring about! With the Heroes for Hire #2 Second Printing Variant arriving in stores the week before, Marvel wants as many fans as possible to get in on one of the year’s hottest new series.
“We want to give our fans the most Marvel value for their comic buying dollar in 2011.” said Senior Vice President of Sales, David Gabriel. “Adding the first issue of Heroes for Hire to one of our top titles, for free, is the best opportunity for fans and retailers to spread the word about a book that we just can’t seem to keep in stores for people to try.”
It’s high-octane, street-level action and intrigue featuring some of the heaviest hitters of the Marvel Universe! Why wouldn’t you want to read it? Be the first to pick up this comics double feature in January, as Heroes For Hire returns for an encore presentation in Avengers #10!
AVENGERS #10 (DEC100551)
Written by BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS
Pencils and Cover by JOHN ROMITA JR.
FOC – 1/31/11, On-Sale 2/23/11
HEROES FOR HIRE #2 SECOND PRINTING VARIANT (DEC108015)
Written by DAN ABNETT & ANDY LANNING
Pencils and Cover by BRAD WALKER
FOC – 1/24/11, On-Sale 2/16/11
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