In this issue, Richard is back! In this issue The New New 52, Marvel’s Crossover events and the Court of Owls. Then its DC annuals, Marvel cosmetics, Batman selling out and The First X-Men? ALSO, The Avengers makes some money, Iron Man 3 casting and your weekly dose of Arrow. PLUS our kick ass pick of the week: Preacher: Gone to Texas by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon.
Our next reading assignment: The Invincible Iron Man: Extremis (vol 4. Issues 1 – 6) by Warrewn Ellis and Adi Granov.
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The Vintage Clip of the Week this week is:
Namor: The Submariner
What We’ve Been Reading This Week – 21/3/2012 Releases
- Paris: Art Spiegelman and R. Crumb exhibits
- DC FCBD The New 52 #1 – The Trinity War is Coming
- DC Second Wave Titles
- Marvel Crossover Event – Daredevil/Punisher/Avenging Spider-man
- DC Event – Court of Owls
- The Incredible Hulk
DC Announces Annuals for “Superman”, “Detective Comics” and more!
Benefit Cosmetics and Marvel Unveil “Beauty Inspired” Comic Book Action Hero
Original copy of Batman #1 sells for $850,000
The Avengers earns lots of money
John Romita Jr. Says Kick Ass 2 Films This Summer For Release Next May, Hopes To Direct Animated Segment
Jessica Chastain will not appear in Iron Man 3
but…Rebecca Hall might have grabbed it
Arrow picked up by CW
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The music used for this episode is “Paris, Texas” by Ry Cooder to give us a sleazy southern flavour.