Tuesday Night Comics Podcast 113 – Vixen! Vixen! VIXEN!!!!...

It’s all things Vixen this week on the Tuesday Night Comics Podcast. Billy and Dave watched Vixen’s debut on last week’s Arrow, her animated series on CW Seed, and read Vixen: Return of the Lion by G. Willow Wilson and Cafu. The guys also take on the job of DC editorial, as they staff DC’ books for the Tuesday Night Comics version of DC: Rebirth. We’re calling it the New Fifty Tues. This week we tackle the Superman line of books. Plus, Billy and Dave give you their picks for what comic books to look out for on new comic book day this week and review a lot of comics. Plug in those headphones and tune in, fanboys and fangirls! http://ia601502.us.archive.org/1/items/TuesdayNightComics113/Tuesday%20Night%20Comics%20113.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android |...

Best Comics of 2014

2014 was a great year for comic books. The hosts of the Tuesday Night Comic podcast were asked to list their top 5 favorite comics of 2014. Whittling the lists down to just 5 comics each was tough, but here they are! Billy: 5. Andre the Giant  As soon as I started reading Box Brown’s biography of Andre the Giant, I could not put it down. Besides being incredibly well researched, it’s also a very good read. Box Brown really shows off his skills as a cartoonist on a subject that comes across as very dear to him. This might be the best biographical comic book I’ve ever read. 4. Copra At the tail end of 2014, fans of Michel Fiffe’s Copra worried that his deal with Marvel might mean Copra would be put on hiatus. Thankfully, Fiffe’s love letter to the Suicide Squad continued in 2014 with 6 new issues. The series shifted for Round 3, with each issue focusing on a specific character. As of this writing, Michel has exactly 8 subscriptions available for the next 6 issues of Copra available at his Etsy shop. Trust me, you will not regret treating yourself to this. 3. Silver Surfer  Dan Slott is writing the best Doctor Who comic on the stands, and it is Silver Surfer. 2. Ms. Marvel   Month in, and month out, this comic book is so good! I can’t rave about it enough, and I know I’m not the only one. It was great seeing fans coplaying as Kamala Khan at NYCC this past year, and any panel attended by Ms. Marvel writer G. Willow Wilson was a packed one. 1. The Multiversity There’s a reason Dave and I go into lengthy conversations on the Tuesday Night Comics podcast about...