Return Of The Podfather?

On this week's episode of the Absolute DC Podcast (@DC_Absolute) Darrel Taylor (@TheVoice123) of the Taylor Network joins Aaron (@AaronSBell) and Ronnie (@Ronbar316) to talk all sort of things DC.  They start off talking about Black Lightning and New Age of Heroes before losing all track of reality.  From there they move on to discuss such topics as the DC characters feeling like themselves no matter who was writing them, Tom King convention sketch ideas and the many times he's killed off Darrell in a book, Wonder Woman 2 casting news, the upcoming Joker origin movie, and internet fandom before landing on some listener questions.

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Join co-hosts Aaron (@AaronSBell) and Ronnie (@Ronbar316) for a weekly discussion of the DC comics, movies and TV! They go in depth with the story, talking their likes and dislikes, which often leads to some ribbing when their tastes vary. They would love to hear from you at their personal twitter accounts or you can tweet the show directly @DC_Absolute.

Absolute DC Podcast is hosted by Aaron Bell and Ronnie THE Barron and produced by Aaron Bell.

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Don't blame Aaron (@AaronSBell), it was Ronnie (@Ronbar316) who names these episodes.    This week the fellas are all over the place.  There is some talk about the New Age of Heroes title The Terrifics, which was highly anticipated by Aaron.  Does it live up to his own hype?  Then they talk about how Ronnie is finally all caught up on Black Lightning.  There would have been some talk about the recently returned iZombie, but Ronnie dropped the ball and didn't watch the episode yet.  Instead, They take a trip down Gotham lane and talk all about the mid-season premiere of the show.  And finally, they talk about The Daly Show.  How does that relate to DC comics, and why isn't it a typo?  find out at this link, as promised during the episode -

On this week's episode, Aaron (@AaronSBell) and Ronnie (@Ronbar316) jump all over the place.  Ronnie first goes into how he ended up reading some JSA Classified books recently, before they move into talking about Batman and the Signal.  Luckily Ronnie read issue 2 of that as well, so he was able to fill Aaron in on what he was 'missing.'  Then the show wraps up with a lot of talk about the new Justice League: No Justice mini event, and what the future Justice League teams do (or don't) for them both.

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This week Ronnie (@Ronbar316) tells Aaron (@AaronSBell) all about his trip to Planet Comic Con in Kansas City.  They talk about the best and most different cosplay there, what comic creators he got to spend a little time with, and how the convention has changed over the years.  After that, they talk a little bit about the New Age of Heroes series Sideways.

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What happens with life gets in the way and the guys can't read comics? They talk about DC Animated movies. Which ones were their favorites? Which ones were just ok? Which ones missed the mark? At the time of this recording a couple of the newer Animation movies hadn't came out yet... Have comments or questions? Tweet the show or the guys and fire away! Little secret... they are ALWAYS on the twitter machine!
On this week's episode, Aaron (@AaronSBell) and Ronnie (@Ronbar316) talk about the upcoming DC Ink and DC Zoom imprints.  How anything to bring new readers of all ages into the realm of comic books was a good thing.  Then, Aaron's dogs make a rare appearance as someone walked nearby his house, before they talk about how Ronnie feels about Black Lightning since the first episode.  And then they wrap things up with some comics talk.

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