David and Richard discuss the latest in news from the world of comics. This week Occupy Riverdale, Mark Waid hits the web, play with the members of Young Justice, Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan’s Hope and Warner to Bleach up the big screen! All this PLUS, our kick-ass pick of the week – Fantastic Four: Season One by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa & David Marquez.
Our next reading assignment: Warlord of Mars – Fall of Barsoom.
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Vintage Clip of the Week
Fantastic Four (1967) Animated Series
‘Occupy Riverdale’ Story to Show Protests in Archie Comics
Mark Waid to Launch a Series of Web Comics This Summer
Young Justice Video Game Announced
Trailer for Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan’s Hope
Warner Bros to adapt Bleach Comic
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The music this week is from the film Fantastic Four by John Ottman.