Better Late then Never:
Mike and Bill talk about Bill’s NYCC experience and news from the weekend.
In this exciting episode the guys run the spectrum of comics from DC Comics (Death of the Family books, Justice League titles), Marvel digital unlimited reads, Vertigo,Image and some indie books. Before hoping into some video game talk Chad attempts to play “Do You Know Your DC Characters?” with Harold, Mike and Bill. Finally Bill and Mike wrap up the show after some technical difficulties with some Kickstarter talk.
The guys try a new format starting of with some comic talk which includes some Vertigo books, Comixology Sales, a bit of old DC Universe (Generation Lost), Marvels, The Twelve, Transformers (IDW), and Atomic Robo. Next up the guys discuss Superman Vs. The Elite and Justice League: DOOM. The show wraps up with an impromptu game of name that NES Video Game song and Mike and Harold talk about some Computer Games they have been playing.
An episode fraught with Internet issues the guys start with helping Harold with some computer issues before talking about the Steam Sale and Chad rambles on about of some DC Zero issues, two books from the upstart comic company Marvel, V for Vendetta, and we once again talk about Stephanie Brown. Mike talks about Hickman’s Avengers and claims to have spent some time as Captain Universe. Bill talks Locke and Key , Manhattan Projects, helps Chad troubleshoot some Comixology problems, and talks about Gotham Central. Harold talks about Justice League: Generations and DC Holiday Specials. The show wraps up with more video game talk and Super Hexagon. All business ideas contained in this recording are trademark pending…
Welcome to Comic Book Laundry, now syndicated on the Comic Timing feed!
The guys (Chad, Bill, Mike, and Harold) are back to the usual format…and are back to being behind on their books. The guys talk Underwater Welder, Locke & Key, Marvel Ultimates, old DC universe & why DC hates Stephanie Brown. A failed intervention for Chad, and Mike tells us the time he ate a comic book. How could be an episode of CBL with out talking about Craftsman Bolt-On Saves the Justice League and some Rob Liefeld?
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