Comic Talk Today

Join Martin three to five imes a week as he dives deep into what's going on in the comic book industry from comic to movies and tv to deep dive discussions on topics that matter.

Comic Talk Today is hosted by Martin Ferretti and produced by Martin Ferretti. You can support this show by visiting our merch store , directly though Patreon, or feel free to get in touch with us by sending us an e-mail.

Comic Talk Today has released 127 episodes since launching on Feb 02, 2018

The Titans show is finally live on DC Universe and Martin had to talk about it, but he couldn't do it alone. Joining Martin on this episode is Joey Galvez from The Bat-Pod and the two discuss all aspects of the show from story to execution and whether the show is good enough to warrant subscribing to the fledgling service. Before you listen, beware, there will be spoilers. 

It has been confirmed that James Gunn' has been tapped by Warner Brothers to write the Suicide Squad 2 film following the exit of the previous creative team due to creative differences involving a plot similar to the Birds of Prey film so of course Martin dives into the news and discusses what direction Gunn could take the franchise in, and more. 

Martin had to take the day off so Ronnie Barron from the Absolute DC podcast takes over the show and brings comic book writer and podcaster extraordinaire Cullen Bunn along to get their spooky on. Ronnie and Cullen discuss Cullen's latest books including A Passage In Black, a black and white horror anthology inspired by classic horror magazines that Martin is very excited to read, and other awesome horror books on the horizon including the original graphic novel Witch Hammer from Aftershock, Blossoms 666 from Archie, Vampirella/Reanimator from Dynamite and more. Plus, Cullen's favorite Halloween traditions, some scary movie discussion, and a Cave Con wrap-up.

It's a brand new week and a brand new episode of Comic Talk Today! On this episode, Martin picks out some of the most interesting bits of news to come out of New York Comic Con 2018. To kick things off, he discusses Brian Michael Bendis' new teen-focused imprint at DC set within regular continuity and just who these books are for. Then, some interesting follow up on the Batman: Damned discussion from last week, before wrapping up with a discussion on Humanoids' new H1 shared universe launching Summer 2019. Is there room within the industry for yet another shared universe? Plus, some picks for this week's new comic book day in the comic predictor!

Welcome back to Comic Talk Today and on this episode, Martin floats around some ideas on what went wrong with DC's cinematic universe and how DC and Warner Bros. can right the ship. The answer is obvious...and it's already proven successful in another one of their entertainment lines. 

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