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Posted by MadeinBangladesh

Wooo podcast!!!

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Posted by rob1157

Great way to begin the weekend......where is Jen?

Posted by CitizenJP

Aw yeeaaahhhhh happy Friday errrrbody!

Posted by ZbvmX

Sfx fight!

Posted by Jonny_Anonymous

@g_man if you guys want to review 2000AD but are put off by it being weekly you could try the Judge Dredd Megazine it's the monthly companion comic

Posted by Jonny_Anonymous

Also I got really excited when you said Secret because I thought it was going to be Hickman :(

Posted by YoungDoctor

Not a fan of the Marvel UK bashing considering how many writers and artists worked on them such as: Alan Moore, Paul Cornell, Dave Gibbons Simon Furman and Grant Morrison.

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MY FISHBOOOOOOWL!!!

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@g-man I tweeted you about X-Men Legacy 300 & you should read it, it's a standalone issue. Simon ended the Legion story in issue 24. It's so good, every body else should go read it if they didn't.

Posted by timelord

Why do you guys hate Forever: Evil so much? In my personal opinion its so far above Battle of the Atom and Age of Infinity its not even funny.

Posted by MadeinBangladesh

The podcast is out of control!!!

We need Jen Sara to maintain the podcast! Lol

Always great podcast.

Posted by LiveForever

@g_man, FYI, it's pronounced Kevin "fye-ghee". Rhymes with "high key".

Posted by Jonny_Anonymous

To the duder who asked to help him cut some books I would say DO NOT drop any of the Image books. Marvel and DC are are hugely rich corporations so if you drop or even trade wait some of their bigger books then chances are it won't make a bit of difference to them but to do that to any of the indy books could lead to the book dying since they don't have the financial backing

Posted by NightFang

@timelord said:

Why do you guys hate Forever: Evil so much? In my personal opinion its so far above Battle of the Atom and Age of Infinity its not even funny.

Agreed.

Posted by Timotheus316

@judasnixon: Looks like pictures I used to draw when I was in High School though not colored in

Posted by G-Man

@timelord: I keep getting lumped in with the "you guys." I've been reviewing FOREVER EVIL and giving them 4s and 5s.

And I do like the Marvel UK books. It's the two knuckleheads that don't.

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Posted by Timotheus316

I like how Mat (or maybe it's Corey?) says he's going to quit the podcast every week.

Posted by ptsteelers

I love how Tony always pronounces "problem" as "prom" -

"I don't have a 'prom' with that, but ..."

Heehee

Posted by inferiorego

@timelord said:

Why do you guys hate Forever: Evil so much? In my personal opinion its so far above Battle of the Atom and Age of Infinity its not even funny.

I hate how it disrupts other books, not the event itself, mainly NIGHTWING and all the Dark Books. Personally, I just want these books to grow on their own and not be shoehorned into events. The event itself is fine.

The podcast is out of control!!!

YOU'RE OUT OF CONTROL! LOOK AT ALL THOSE EXCLAMATION MARKS!

@g_man said:

@timelord: I keep getting lumped in with the "you guys." I've been reviewing FOREVER EVIL and giving them 4s and 5s.

And I do like the Marvel UK books. It's the two knuckleheads that don't.

I haven't read a Marvel UK book since the early 90s, whenever it first appeared. It's a completely irrational hatred.

I like how Mat (or maybe it's Corey?) says he's going to quit the podcast every week.

That's me, and it's usually when Tony goes music crazy.

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Posted by bladewolf

Great podcast, but one of your facts is off: Kelly Sue DeConnick actually brought Matt Fraction to Marvel, not the other way around.

Posted by Mutant God

Is it me or was there a reference to "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" when they were talkin about Day Men

Posted by MadeinBangladesh

Whaaaaat? Drop Green Arrow, Sheltered, and Earth 2???? Those books are awesome!!!

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Is it me or was there a reference to "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" when they were talkin about Day Men

Corey and I tried, but Tony just didn't get it

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Posted by G-Man

@inferiorego: Or maybe it was that I was trying to answer the person's question and had mentioned before we started that I wanted to keep the podcast under three hours. Whenever I read the questions, there's very often an interruption over the question.

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Posted by Jasoninthewoods

Energy Superman?

lol I'm out if that happens.

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Heck yeah Zap Rowsdower! the greatest of Canadian action heroes! I've seen that mst3k movie waaaay too many times. That man looks like he should be teaming up with Wolverine.

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@rob1157: I'm a teacher, and we have class on Fridays (when the podcast records). When I first started up at CV, I had a different job. I miss it, though -- will have to come back during summer break!

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@g_man: ooooooooooooo, controversy.

Posted by Renchamp

@youngdoctor said:

Not a fan of the Marvel UK bashing considering how many writers and artists worked on them such as: Alan Moore, Paul Cornell, Dave Gibbons Simon Furman and Grant Morrison.

This doesn't make them any more good. I have read most of the old UK stuff and it is very difficult to enjoy. Maybe I have to be from the UK.

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@g_man @inferiorego @undeadpool, is Greg the only one of you really into Green Arrow? I'm really surprised if thats true, no hate or anything but Green Arrow has been killing it issue to issue. I think the writing is just as good as the art too. Plus it has absolutely no ties to Forever Evil or other crossovers, just pure globe trotting arrow madness. Lemire has even stated he has no current plans for a crossover with Justice League United and that he has been pretty much building one large contained story since he and Sorrentino started, which will continue after Outsider War is over. I think Green Arrow is within the top 5 DC books currently being published, is their any reason story wise you guys are not really into it?

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@missj: Thanks, J. I really miss you, looking forward to the summer.

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@lifeboy: Might want to use spoiler tabs ;)

@themantisshrimp: It sounds like Corey enjoys it as much as I do. I don't think it's the best book or whatever, but it is currently my favorite from DC. I enjoy what Lemire's doing and Sorrentino's work is amazingly creative.

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Posted by YoungDoctor

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@g_man said:

And I do like the Marvel UK books. It's the two knuckleheads that don't.

@g_man If wasn't for the Marvel UK Transformers title I wouldn't still be collecting comics 28 years later.

Posted by iceslick

@mutant_god: Wow what a coincidence I just saw that episode last week and it was hilarious!! Was it referenced on the podcast or a comic book? Did I miss something? I was thinking of posting it during the podcast. XD

Posted by inferiorego

@g_man @inferiorego @undeadpool, is Greg the only one of you really into Green Arrow? I'm really surprised if thats true, no hate or anything but Green Arrow has been killing it issue to issue. I think the writing is just as good as the art too. Plus it has absolutely no ties to Forever Evil or other crossovers, just pure globe trotting arrow madness. Lemire has even stated he has no current plans for a crossover with Justice League United and that he has been pretty much building one large contained story since he and Sorrentino started, which will continue after Outsider War is over. I think Green Arrow is within the top 5 DC books currently being published, is their any reason story wise you guys are not really into it?

With so much other stuff to read, I'm just losing interest, but I do agree it's easily one of DC's top 5 books.

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Posted by TheMantisShrimp

@inferiorego, I can see that. I only read about 10-12 books a month but if I spent the money I could easily add many more books that are just as great as what I'm reading now.

Posted by lifeofvibe

@g_man: yo theres another character that has appear during forever evil Helena bertinelis dad!!!!!!!!!!! I can't believe you missed that

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@youngdoctor said:

Not a fan of the Marvel UK bashing considering how many writers and artists worked on them such as: Alan Moore, Paul Cornell, Dave Gibbons Simon Furman and Grant Morrison.

My favorite author cut his teeth on the not-so-well-aged Age of Apocalypse. We can love creators without loving everything they did.

@timelord said:

Why do you guys hate Forever: Evil so much? In my personal opinion its so far above Battle of the Atom and Age of Infinity its not even funny.

I hate how it disrupts other books, not the event itself, mainly NIGHTWING and all the Dark Books. Personally, I just want these books to grow on their own and not be shoehorned into events. The event itself is fine.

@madeinbangladesh said:

The podcast is out of control!!!

YOU'RE OUT OF CONTROL! LOOK AT ALL THOSE EXCLAMATION MARKS!

I've praised Forever Evil's last two issues, but I'm with Mat: the tie-ins are WEEEEAK (especially the "magic" ones).

Also: it's CLEAR that I'm not the out of control one...until I get my Mother Sound Effect Box back, that is...

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@undeadpool: Bring back the Sound Effect Box Unleash it you know you want to.

Posted by Mezmero

Thanks for the podcast fellas. I never miss a week. Glad my question got asked this week but I'm ashamed to say in retrospect it wasn't as interesting as I thought it might be. I did get a solid answer thanks to @g_man since it didn't cross my mind that Shazam use to be published by someone else. Appreciate the knowledge drop duder. I would send in more questions but I prefer to ask things you guys haven't be asked a hundred times (which sad to say was like 80% of the questions this week) and I can never think of any.

I don't mind the music but Tony should realize it makes listening a lot more stressful for me. If someone so much as utters something that vaguely resembles song lyrics I sort of hold my breath and cringe half expecting a sound byte. Half the time nothing happens and the other half the exact song I anticipated starts playing. It makes the podcast somewhat less relaxing than it use to be. I also worry that one day someone will try to take legal action. Admittedly it still makes me laugh to hear Tony's bizarre taste in musical tangents. Keep up the great work.