May 9th, 2010
Episode 311 of 835 episodes
May 9, 2010 - Conor can't escape internation extraidition laws, so Ron and Josh welcome Evie Nagy of the Awesomed By Comics podcast to fill the big man's chair. Evie brings a biting wit and an appreciation of Gail Simone to the show, and boy do the sparks fly as she and Josh become enemies and then frenemys. Comics: 00:02:16 - Ron was surprised to be picking Astonishing Spider-Man and Wolverine #1 00:11:29 - Uncanny X-Men #524 was a close pick until the end and Wolverine's reaction 00:18:29 - Evie drops some knowledge on Secret Six #21 00:26:35 - Josh found the art choices on Batman and Robin #12 interesting 00:31:48 - For 1 dollar, you can't go wrong with Mike Allred's art on iZombie #1 00:33:44 - It doesn't get better than Hellboy in Mexico 00:36:40 - We all think that there are just too many characters in Brightest Day #1 00:38:20 - Finally! Astro City: The Dark Age #4 ends this ongoing saga! 00:40:30 - Demo #4 continues be great, with this issue featuring some very Manga-esque art from Becky Cloonan User Reviews: 00:43:00 - dworden is really digging Spider-Man Fever #2 00:44:30 - Zombox thought War of the Super-Men got off to a good start E-Mail: 00:47:19 - Gary Lewis has some thoughts about the death of Nightcrawler and what it means to comics Voicemail: 00:50:25 - John from Philadelphia has an idea about getting sketches at cons Etc.: Go subscribe to iFanboy: Don't Miss to hear a preview of a book coming out this week. This week we've got Jeph Loeb talking Hulk #22 Josh spoke to Joe Kubert in our latest Talksplode, you don't want to miss this one Iron Man 2 came out this week and Josh and Ron have opinions of it! Go listen to Evie on Awesomed By Comics and follow Evie on Twitter! Sponsors: This episode of iFanboy is brought to you by: Triptych Books - Go donate to Triptych's Kickstarter project to help their comic, Trigger Men, become a reality! Discount Comic Book Service and Summit City Comic Con - Get great prices on all sorts of trades, hardcovers and collections! Music: The High Road Broken Bells
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