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As if dealing with the message in Charles Xavier's will wasn't enough, the X-Men need to come together to take on a threat unlike any they've faced before.
This book is officially too cool for me. I'm going to keep reading, because it's too interesting for me to care.
Time has passed since the students hit Vegas and killed one of their own. Dealing with the consequences isn't easy for everyone.
This week G-Man, Babs and Red L.A.M.P. talk about the Spider-Man reboot, Hugh Jackman, Green Lantern and Captain America. Things veer off when Ryan and Vinny from GiantBomb.com join in on the fun.
Nice new podcast is up COMIC VINE ASSEMBLE!!!
I have assembled. Giant Bomb guest--spots ftw.
The Widening Gyre comes from a poem by Willaim Butler Yeats:"Turning and turning in the widening gyreThe falcon cannot hear the falconer;......" and so on and so forth. I actually liked the first and second Spider-Man movies but the third one did bother me. So LAMP and Babs you like mindless gags in Family Guy but not in Spider Man 3? I hope Green Lantern is good. I heard the Smallville tele-movie is going to be probably on hold because instead of having the next episode next week they are doing a Haiti relief thing so no Absolute Justice for a while. Giant Bomb guys don't diss comics (death of Batman) if you haven't read them. During crossovers with smaller books sell much more than they usually do because DC, a couple of months ago sold more comics with Blackest Night tie in then they usually do it makes me think Marvel made this promotion or whatever it is just did it to prevent more DC lesser known books from selling. Babs how do you know that Dick will become Nightwing again? Because there is another Nightwing in Action Comics.
Kitty Pride + Ninja Skills = Badass
I just love the podcast. :)
Funny podcast, guys & girls.
Man I am so unqualified to listen to this podcast. Missed the uStream but this was great,very funny episode.
I know it's not too recent, but Adolf Hitler appeared in Adventures of the Rifle Brigade by Garth Ennis where he was as one might say "choking the chicken", it was hilarious
you should either keep on doing the Ustreaming of the podcast with a question time near the end or set up a email account for questions.
What's wrong with blondes??
" you should either keep on doing the Ustreaming of the podcast with a question time near the end or set up a email account for questions. "
Well, the Spider-man movies could use a reboot and since they were planning for movies up to five and six. They could make the reboots a trilogy. Jubilee is alright, but she really needs to lose the 80s mall rat look. Yellow rain coats are hardly in fashion when it's raining. I could really take or leave Matt Fraction. He builds up well, but the follow through normally falls a little flat. I played Ecco. I could never figure out what to do in the game. I will never get over Emma Frost being made the sister of Silver Fox. Even the director didn't know what her name was. In the commentaries he kept calling her "Diamond Girl".
" @damswedon said: " you should either keep on doing the Ustreaming of the podcast with a question time near the end or set up a email account for questions. "well they used to always tell people to PM them for questions but apparently nobody fell for it "
Listend to this at work today, might start working my way backwards with them.
" What's wrong with blondes?? "
back in the old days of DC comics, the heroes and villains were given physical weaknesses, Superman ahd Kryptonite, the original Green Lantern had wood, Wonder Woman had being tied up, and the Hal Jordan GL had the color yellow. It wasn't until Marvel, I think, that character's weaknesses were emotional and mental stuff. They were more human with feet of clay (or whatever the saying is). At least that is what I learned in my Comic Art class.
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