Tuesday Night Comics Podcast 120 – Wytches vs Outcast Apr29

Tuesday Night Comics Podcast 120 – Wytches vs Outcast...

A little late this week, but here it is, the 120th episode of the Tuesday Night Comics podcast! Did you not make it to comic book store yet this week? Good, because we have our picks for the best books that came out on Wednesday, 4/27/16. Do you read Scott Snyder and Jock’s Wytches from Image Comics? If so, you’ll want to listen to this episode. Billy and Dave both read Wytches Volume 1 this week and discuss it in depth in the Tuesday Night Book Club. How does it compare to our other favorite horror comic, Outcast? Listen and find out! Happy Tuesday/Friday! http://ia801502.us.archive.org/14/items/TuesdayNightComics120/Tuesday%20Night%20Comics%20120.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android |...

Tuesday Night Comics Podcast 118 – Rogue One! Outcast! KIRKMAN!...

Billy and Dave are back for another week of the Tuesday Night Comics podcast! The guys debate the Star Wars: Rogue One trailer, give their picks for this week’s new comics, and get really into Outcast by Robert Kirkman and Paul Azaceta. Next week in the Tuesday Night Book Club: Wonder Woman: Earth One. Your homework is to read it this week to be ready for next week’s show. http://ia601508.us.archive.org/6/items/TuesdayNightComics118/Tuesday%20Night%20Comics%20118.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSShttp://ia601508.us.archive.org/6/items/TuesdayNightComics118/Tuesday%20Night%20Comics%20118.mp3Podcast (tuesday-night-comics-podcast): Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android |...

NYCC 2015 Saturday Panels – Our Picks!...

Written by Nick Doyle and Billy Henehan. They say if you can survive Saturday at NYCC, you can make it anywhere. There’s a reason why the Saturday tickets sell out before 4-Day Passes sell out and that is because Saturday is the mother of all days at NYCC. Most of the biggest events are happening today. Will you be able to make it all of them? Of course not, not unless you own a Time Turner. There are too many panels to go through on the NYCC site, but you don’t have to wade through them all. Because we have cut through all the mediocre panels to bring you the best of the best. If you have to choose, at least choose from these. Because these are the BEST of the BEST of New York Comic Con┬áSaturday 2015. Writers Unite: Writing and Pitching Comic Stories – 11:00-12:00 1A01 This seems almost like a sequel to Charles Soule and Marguerite Bennett’s panel together at Special Edition: NYC. That was a great panel; I expect this one to be as well. Writers talking writing. More panels like this please. Spotlight on Fabio Moon and Gabriel Ba: Different is Cool – 11:00-12:00 1A18 It’s been years since Fabio Moon and Gabriel Ba have been at NYCC. If you’re a fan of theirs, you need to be at this panel, because who knows how long it will be until they return? Thrilling Adventure Hour – 11:15-12:15 1A24 Listen to the cast and writers of Thrilling Adventure Hour discuss their dearly departed comedy podcast (which lives on as a couple of Image Comics series – check them out!). All-New All-Different Marvel – 11:15-12:15 1A10 Marvel announcement. Glorious Marvel announcements. Oooh, Gerry Duggan is going to be there. Looks like...

Warm Bodies – Review Apr02

Warm Bodies – Review...

5/5 – Warm Bodies is like the anti-Twilight. See it! Zombies are very hot right now. Just ask Robert Kirkman, the creator of The Walking Dead. The success of The Walking Dead has led to a huge influx in the amount zombie-related fiction making its way to movie theaters, bookshelves and comic racks. Unfortunately, the majority of these zombie stories have me wishing that the copycats would leave the zombies to Kirkman. Thankfully, Warm Bodies does not fall into that category. I loved Warm Bodies. It works on so many levels. It’s a great satire of both zombie fiction and modern society. It points out that we are already a bit zombie-like before any zombie plague hits, walking around heads down, staring into our iPhones, oblivious to the world around us. Warm Bodies is my favorite horror comedy since Shaun of the Dead and my favorite adaption of Romeo and Juliet since West Side Story. I never thought I would have to ever write that previous sentence, but I did.Thanks, Warm Bodies.. Most of the movie is narrated by R, the main zombie played by Nicholas Hoult. Yes, that’s the awkward kid from About A Boy. No, I don’t get how he grew up to be so good looking either. But he did, and he’s better looking dead than I am alive. Theresa Palmer seems to be channeling her inner Hayden Panettiere when she plays J. Hoult and Palmer have great chemistry, which is something, because unlike the marble-like vampires of Twilight, R is a rotting corpse. Rob Corrdry wins in Warm Bodies. He’s M, another zombie, and the closest thing R has to a friend. Without a doubt, M has the best line in the movie, which I won’t spoil here. When the...