Mike and Aaron talk about what's new on the WWE Network, a great match between Barry Windam and Tully Blanchard, Great Balls of Fire thoughts and Battleground Predictions
Nick and Martin are back with another nonsensical episode and this week, Aaron Bell, from Podcast of 1000 Holds and Rebirthically takes a seat on the comfy couch. The dynamic trio talk about some of their favorite comic book characters and what soundtracks they would use if they were made into movies and the results may shock you. Plus, Aaron's mad about something (what else is new), Martin has an apology, a shocking new sponsor, why social media is evil, a new crock pot recipe and more!
Dennis and Jay discuss Black Summer and No Hero, two series by Warren Ellis and Juan Jose Ryp, that deconstruct the Superhero genre and ask hard questions.
Where does heroism end and vigilantism begin?
Or is there even a separation of the two?
if given a choice, would you choose to be a superhero?
As a bonus, Dennis gives some advice on speculative comic book collecting.
In episode 22 of the Ultimate Marvel podcast, Jack is joined once again by Nick Wetmore to wrap up our Spider-Man discussions, and delve into many other Marvel topics including titles by Dan Slott, Jim Starlin, and some Thanos, Warlock and Infinity discussion, leading into the upcoming Infinity War.
Welcome back to another Aftershock Central Podcast, friends! Ronnie is off on assignment this week, but Jack and Martin are here to talk about some of our favorite titles. First up, the return of Black Eyed Kids with issue 13, then moving on to the world of Animosity for issue 8 and The Rise #2, and finally, what reveals will be had on World Reader #5? All this and more on the #1 Aftershock podcast in the world!
After a long hiatus, I Am Gotham is back to explore Batman history! In this episode, Martin discusses Detective Comics #39-42 from 1940 in an episode dubbed "Return To Gotham'! Are you reading along? Let us know! We'll be back in a few days to discuss Batman #2 and #3.