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Rokk and Shawn discuss the Marvel NOW Relaunch including the new #1 issues and creative teams for Iron Man, Captain America, Hulk, Fantastic Four, FF, Deadpool, X-Men and Avengers. The two also discuss the end to the Christopher Nolan Batman franchise and what should come next for the Batman franchise. They then review the following issues: Hawkeye #1, Daredevil #16, Avengers vs. X-Men #9, Earth 2 #4, Ame Comi Power Girl #1 and Hypernaturals #2.
Welcome to another Comic Book Revolution Podcast interview. This time Andrenn talks with Richard Starkings, the writer and creator of Elephantmen from Image Comics. Richard reveals the origin of the book's main character Hip Flask and where Elephantmen falls into continuity with the Hip Flask books. In case you missed it, Andrenn chose Elephantmen as his best ongoing of 2011 and it comes with his highest recommendation. Enjoy the episode.
In this podcast, Kevin and Andrenn discuss the Avengers movies as well as what other Marvel properties that are ripe to receive the Marvel Studio treatment. They then debate what DC Comics needs to do in order to make more of a splash in the world of film. The two also discuss DC's foray into cartoons including the Green Lantern Animated Series and Young Justice. They also talk about the latest Batman video game. And, of course, they actually discuss comic books. They take a look at Scott Snyder's Batman and Jason Aaron's Wolverine and the X-Men.
After a brief delay thanks to sickness and falling houses falling apart, the Image Revolution is back! This time Andrenn and Jordan debut a new topic for the show: Artist Edition! The two talk about the talented artists who have worked on Image comics. Both Andrenn and Jordan have picked five artists to talk about their styles and the comics that they have drawn. We highly recommend if you are not familiar with any of these artists and their work that you check them out. Enjoy the episode.
Welcome to another interview for the Comic Book Revolution Podcast. This time Andrenn sits down to talk with Jim Zub, writer and creator of the fun fantasy book Skullkickers. Andrenn asks about the origin of the book back when it was 2 Copper Pieces in the Popgun Anthology and Jim reveals exciting details like how many arcs he's got planned out for the series. Give it a listen and definitely check out Skullkickers which is one of the most fun comics on the shelves. You can find back issues of Skullkickers at Skullkicker.com and for Zub's other works like Sky Kid and Wonder Momo at shiftylook.com. You can also check out Zub's Makeshift Miracle.
Welcome back to another exciting interview, this time with Joe Keatinge and Ross Campbell the creative team behind Glory. Andrenn talks with both of them about how they got on the book, how they designed it and talk about its exciting future. This episode will also be an unofficial episode of the Image Revolution, as the three start talking about all kinds of comic book goodness. Enjoy the podcast and definitely check out Glory from Image, as well as Joe and Ross' other great works.
Today we have another exciting interview with Mark Andrew Smith, this time about his latest project: Sullivan's Sluggers. In the works for the last few years, the book is finally finished and now on Kickstarter awaiting your donations to get your copy. Andrenn talks with Mark about the creation of Sullivan's Sluggers and Mark gives the loyal listeners an awesome teaser of why they should check out his latest book.
If you want to donate to Sullivan's Sluggers, you can go to the Kickstater Page HERE
Welcome back for another episode of Image Revolution. This time, Andrenn and Jordan talk about something all Image fans have to face eventually: Canceled and delayed comics. Yes we hate that it happens but there are more than enough to fill up one episode. They talk about Image United, The Infinite, Noble Causes, Youngblood, Spawn: Godslayer and more. As well as some Image news from the recent Image Expo. And if you want to donate to the documentary, also named Image Revolution, the Kickstarter Page is HERE.
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