David and Richard discuss the latest in news from the world of comics. This week DC brings back the annual, Arcana launch film-ready comics, Smallville Season 11 (yes! Really!), the battle of the Ghost Riders and Garth Ennis: Children’s Author? THEN in movie news, we talk The Amazing Spider-man footage, The Walking Dead‘s Robert Kirkman gets sued and like it or not, The Wolverine gets a release date. PLUS, our kick-ass pick of the week – Rat Catcher written by Andy Diggle and art by Victor Ibañez.
Our next reading assignment: Sam & Max – Surfin’ the Highway.
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We talk about a lot of stuff on the show, here are our sources.
Vintage Clip of the Week
New 52′s BATMAN, ANIMAL MAN, TEEN TITANS Get Annuals in May
Benderspink, Arcana Launch Film-Friendly Comics Line
DC Comics Launches SMALLVILLE Season 11 Digital Series
Friedrich Ordered to Pay Marvel $17k over ‘Ghost Rider’
Garth Ennis to Launch His First Children’s Book Via Kickstarter
Alan Moore Talks About Anonymous
The Amazing Spider-man Preview Footage and Trailer
‘The Walking Dead’s Robert Kirkman Sued By Former Partner Over AMC Series
The Wolverine Gets a 2013 release date
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The music this week is from the 1989 film Sea of Love.