Tuesday Night Comics Podcast Episode 57 – 2/4/15 New Comic Book Previews, The Multiversity Guidebook Reviewed, Supergirl and AKA Jessica...

It’s Tuesday, which means it’s time to preview some new comic books for Wednesday aka New Comic Book Day! Billy and Dave bring you their picks for Wednesday, 2/4/15. The guys limit themselves to a $20 budget, so hard cuts have to be made. They give their reasons why they pick one book over another. Do you agree with them? Would you pick American Vampire: Second Cycle #6 or Saga #25 with your final $3? Post your comment below whether your agree or disagree with our picks! And just what is up with that Avengers #41 cover? The guys go on in-depth on Grant Morrison’s The Multiversity Guidebook, and review a bunch of comics, including Top Shelf’s Heck by Zander Cannon, SHIELD #2 by Mark Waid and Humberto Ramos, and Gotham by Midnight. What do you think of Superman’s new costume, debuting in this week’s Superman #38 by Geoff Johns and John Romita Jr? Billy and Dave give their take on the new design. Plus, lots of comic book casting news on the upcoming AKA Jessica Jones, Supergirl and Titans shows! Let’s talk comics! http://ia902602.us.archive.org/3/items/TuesdayNightComicsEpisode57/Tuesday%20Night%20Comics%20Episode%2057.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...

Tuesday Night Comics Podcast 50th Episode Spectacular! Multiversity Preview! DC Cancellations! Wonder Woman and Swamp Thing Reviews!...

50 episodes! Yay! This episode should be covered in embossed gold foil and have holograms of Billy and Dave. But it does not. What it does have is a preview of The Multiversity: Thunderworld #1! Billy and Dave give you their advice on what comics to pick up this week, and what they would each buy if they only had $20 to spend on new comics. And did you hear? DC is cancelling a bunch of titles, Archie is getting a new creative team and a major makeover. All that and reviews of recent and not so recent comics! Enjoy the latest episode! http://ia902709.us.archive.org/26/items/TuesdayNightComicsEpisode50/Tuesday%20Night%20Comics%20Episode%2050.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android |...

Tuesday Night Comics Podcast Episode 28 – Live From the Tuesday Night Movies Beach House!...

Welcome to the Tuesday Night Movies Beach House! Billy and Dave are joined by Nick, making his triumphant return to the Tuesday Night Comics podcast. The guys are recording live in front of an audience from the Tuesday Night Movies Beach House in OBX. It’s like MTV’s Beach House, but way (wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy) nerdier.  The guys preview new comics coming out Wednesday, July 16, 2014, and talk about what they’re all reading now, how Marvel and Image today are like DC in the 90s (and how DC of today is like Marvel and Image in the 90s), Mike Allred, Saga, Fables, and…Bob Kane’s tombstone. And, as promised on the podcast, here is an image of Bob Kane’s actual tombstone, and what might be the saddest Superman cover of all time. http://ia902503.us.archive.org/20/items/TuesdayNightComicsEpisode28/Tuesday%20Night%20Comics%20Episode%2028.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android |...

Image Comics Humble Bundle...

Image Comics is currently running a Humble Bundle sale to raise money for the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund. Pay what you want and receive DRM-free digital copies of East of West Vol. 1, Fatale Vol. 1, Lazarus Vol. 1 and Morning Glories Vol. 1.   If you donate more than the average donation amount ($9.62 at the time of this writing), you can also get Saga Vol. 1, Revival Vol. 1 and Chew Vol. 1. And if you’re feeling extra generous, donate $15 or more dollars to unlock all the above, plus The Walking Dead Vol.1 and the newly released The Walking Dead Vol. 20! That’s 48 comics in total for only 15 bucks!! This is way to get some truly excellent comics at a low price and help raise money for a worthy charity. Win-Win! Click here to head to the Image Humble Bundle Sale. UPDATE: Image has added more books to the Humble Bundle! If you donate above the average donation, you will also receive Saga Vol. 2 and Manhattan Projects Vol. 1!...