May 9th, 2010
Episode 311 of 774 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
Jessica Helfand and Michael Bierut explore how design works within complex organizations to shape decisions, ideas, products, and more. Guests include clients from many industries and designers in many fields. Recorded at the Yale School of Management.