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Posted by G-Man

@Dernman: Should be now.

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@G-Man: Cool thanks. 
Fast service. Was it with a smile? :p
Posted by G-Man

@Dernman: yes

Posted by x_29

G-Man and Corey are awesome!!

Posted by spider-man 2996

Love these podcasts

Posted by johnny_spam

Morrison said that he would take some time to focus on his own personal works more like Happy for Vertigo and maybe a few Vertigo things. I think he also meant that his long term books would come to an end like Action and Batman Inc but more contained stories like Multiversity and Wonder Woman would be told he even said he wanted to write a Flash story before. Action it's clear that some fill in issues are made to make up for tardiness on the artist I think someone else should have done art.

After Morrison I do not think I can read any of the Superman books none of the others interest me personally I think the editors has been the problem on the Superman books nothing but mishandling for years. The defense of there being no Kents is that Clark needs to stop questioning himself and find answers for himself without the infinite wisdom of his parents the Superman 2000 pitch by Morrison, Waid and Millar even mentions Jonathan Kent being too wise and his death triggered Clark's next stage in life. So far it looks like in Action at least Clark's landlady serves a simlar role without Clark being too reliant on her.

Posted by Cavemold

Good podcast

Posted by hunter5024

I have a question for you guys! Seem's like you take them a lot of different ways. What's the best way to send it to you? I do not have a twitter.

Edited by JonesDeini

Deadpools cancer should STILL be a thing, but hey. Screw continuity! But yeah, in all seriousness Norm was right about the how/whys of his healing factor and it was explicitly dealt with in the secret invasion issues. Not a fan of Way's DP but maybe he will address it.

Also Gibbons acknowledged the material that he and Moore did for the games. He was speaking on the Prequels, at least that's the way I took it.

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@hunter5024: Click the email link above or just send to podcast@comicvine.com. Just put PODCAST or something in the title. Also, there's the Questions thread here in the PODCAST forums.

Posted by Undeadpool

@JonesDeini: I am most definitely not Norm...we miss Norm, though, so I guess, in a way, we're ALL Norm. #Norm2012

Posted by arachnidzpr7

great podcast

Posted by FoxxFireArt

Wow, Sara was really chipper at the beginning of this one. Not that I'm complaining. I'd rather hear the lot of you feelings up and happy than down.

I just don't care about Superman, when you come down to it. I don't sympathize with him at all. He's a broken character that's practically a god, and the readers wont allow anyone to alter his power set. It's basically everyone's fault.

It sucks for that kid who had to deal with that issue in the library. I agree with Sara that it's hard enough to get people in general to read period, then to have this elitist librarian mock this person's reading choices. This person shouldn't have walked out, They should have demanded to talk to the manager.

If people didn't like the HARRY POTTER books. That's valid. I personally really loved them. Either way, no one can deny at how amazing it was that these novels not only got kids to want to read. They were excited to, and those were not small books.

Corey, I have been saying for a long time that DC only wanted to use the term revamp -- and other such euphemisms -- becasue they know that people hate the term reboot. There's a stigma that comes with that term.

Aren't the waves kind of a depressing idea with DC. It means a lot of titles will get canceled.

Humberto Ramos was one of the major reasons why I bought SPIDER-MAN: BIG TIME on Comixology. I'm waiting till they do a trade of SPIDER ISLAND. I really enjoy his work.


I messed up asking my own question. I forgot to mention that is there a costume you wouldn't want to wear for Halloween not based on the costume, but becasue you hated the character. This is why I shouldn't write my questions in the AM hours.

I love that James has been on the podcast so often that people start writing questions by default, assuming he'll be there.


No, I didn't read BATTLE SCARS, Corey. I mostly avoid events altogether. Learning that's suppose to be Nick Fury's son that just happened to also wear an eye patch on the same eye. That's just...........stupid.

Posted by comic_shaun

Corey, the explody deadpool skrulls happened way back during deadpool's run during secret invasion

Posted by Jonny_Anonymous

Waid is NOT doing a spectacular job on Daredevil 

Edited by JoseDRiveraTCR7

@Jonny_Anonymous said:

Waid is NOT doing a spectacular job on Daredevil

Waid is doing great on Daredevil and has an Eisner to prove it.

Superman Family Adventures > Batman Family Adventures.

I think Agent X was Deadpool. I've read her talk about how she loved writing Deadpool, so I assume so.

I liked JMS' Spider-Man run. Some of the superhero aspect of the run, like the spider totem storyline wasn't good, but I really liked how he wrote Peter's personal life and his relationship with MJ and Aunt May. I would say he wrote Peter and MJ better than anybody.

The definitive Spider-Man run for me would either be USM or Stan Lee's run.

Posted by Cyborg6971

Iron man had a helmet on his helmet. Was that an X rated version?

Posted by jinxuandi

If Marvel is so obsessed with 'new readers,' they should just publish nothing but #1s, every month for every series.

Posted by SavageDragon

Thanks for talking about my question guys. I really appreciate it, take care.

Posted by Grondoth

Have writers not figured out that the heart of Superman, what makes him work, isn't his punching? Sure if you want to make a story about A Dude fighting Another Dude then he's hard to write. And I guess those stories are easy to write. But seriously people, it's not the POINT that he can't get hurt by being shot by bullets.

Posted by JohnnyWalker

oh g-man. you and your metal brahs. you crack me up.

Posted by The Finality

Sara is my favorite. Kind of got a crush on her :P

Posted by The Finality

I don't see why people have a problem with Superman. Picture Achilles, the indestructble, righteous hero, with a couple of very specific weaknesses. So when someone shows up with a piece of kryptonite (in whatever form or color it has), or red sun radiation, or magic, myself as a reader, is drawn in because it's thinking how's the indestructble righteous hero gonna get himself out of this. That and the fact that Superman's biggest weakness isn't kryptonite, it's that he cares for people. Endanger someone, and Superman has to save them. It's almost obsessive compulsive. Then the villain can either get away, or hit Supes with an underhanded attack. I just feel like it's that times have changed. Sure, there's still a ton of people that still love Superman. But when Superman was the most popular hero, the mainstream world liked that type of hero. The mainstream modern world these days seems to prefer characters like Batman and Wolverine over Superman and Captain America. Not that there's anything wrong with Batman or Wolverine, but it just shows how times have changed.