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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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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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It's Super Bowl Sunday!  What better a time to fill your ear holes with a bonus episode of Aaron (@AaronSBell) and Ronnie (@Ronbar316)  battling it out over the Tom King run of Batman?  Actually, it was a pretty civil talk about what Ronnie really likes, and what Aaron is not so fond of.  But it will probably still be more competitive than the big game tonight.
This week, Aaron (@AaronSBell) and Ronnie (@Ronbar316) talk about their current feelings about the Doomsday Clock series.  They shock themselves and probably everyone listening when they agree on their favorite part.  What's the one thing they both agree on is the most interesting? Well, you'll have to listen and find out.  They also talk the new (highly anticipated by Aaron) series Damage.  Could they possibly agree on two books in the same episode?  The sky may be falling, folks.  And it wouldn't be an episode without the two of them getting completely sidetracked to talk about DC Comics events.  What makes an event?  How strange was the list of events Ronnie found online?  All this and, well, pretty much just all that, in a brand new episode of the Absolute DC Podcast (@DC_Absolute)
This week, Aaron (@AaronSBell) and Ronnie (@Ronbar316) talk all about the first episode of Black Lightning.  What did they like and dislike about the show?  How much CW is too much CW?  How is it that Aaron is the one who really likes something AGAIN?  When they finish up talking episode 1 of Black lightning, they move on to talk a bit about how social media is making comic fans lose their minds.  This is in relation to a few issues ago of Injustice Year Two where people were getting upset over something Batman did.

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On this week's (slightly delayed) episode of the Absolut eDC Podcast (@DC_Absolute) Aaron (@AaronSBell) and Ronnie (@Ronbar316) talk a little bit about their feelings on Batman and the Signal issue #1.  What did they like about it? What did they not like about it?  Their future reading plans for the series?  They also get into a little bit of the new DC on CW series Black Lightning (which debuted right after they finished recording, so don't expect an in depth review until the next episode).  And they finish it all up talking some theories on Doomsday Clock #2, mainly about the Mime and Marionette.

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