Excelsior, true believers! Remember, with great power comes great responsibility. As we strive to make the world a better place, we must always remain vigilant and ask the question, "who watches the watchmen?" So let us be the heroes that our world needs, always mindful of the impact we have and the example we set. Nuff said!
Source: Comic Book Herald
Comic Book Herald's podcast, My Marvelous Year, hosted by Zack and Charlotte, is the ultimate source for comic book fans to stay up to date on the Ultimate Marvel line of comics. In this episode, they discuss topics such as whether a robot needs to be hot to be loved, if a broken heart can be mended, and if Charlotte is lying about wearing glasses. They also cover Cataclysm Point One #0.1, Cataclysm: Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #1, Cataclysm: Ultimate X-Men #1-3, Cataclysm: The Ultimate's Last Stand #1-5, Survive #1, Ultimate FF #1-6, Ultimate Spider-Man #200, Miles Morales: Ultimate Spider-Man #1-12, and All-New Ultimates #1-12. Subscribe now to get every reading list for every year of Marvel Comics!
Source: Comic Book Herald
Comic Book Herald dives into the legacy of Watchmen, the most influential comic ever released, and how DC has been exploiting its IP. Through Rebirth, DC has been able to make money off stories about what happened before and after the events of Watchmen, and The Button by Joshua Williamson, Jason Fabok, and Tom King is the latest example of this. Fans of comic books can explore the impact of Watchmen and its influence on the larger world of comics.
Source: X-Reads – AIPT
X-Reads, a podcast on the AIPT Podcast Network, is the perfect destination for comic book fans to explore the classic Uncanny X-Men #186. Join Justin and Alicia from The X-Wife Podcast as they discuss the intense Lifedeath issue by Chris Claremont and Barry Windsor-Smith. Follow Storm as she faces her new reality and slowly falls in love with Forge. Plus, explore the cultural context of the time with the top film, song, and more. Tune in to X-Reads every first and third Wednesday of the month and follow them on social media for more X-Men-related content.
Source: Queens Comic Podcast
Queens Comic Podcast is a podcast for comic book fans, hosted by Billy and Ian. In this episode, they discuss a wide range of comics, from Barry Windsor-Smith's Rune to Mike Mignola's Dracula comic for Topps, Howard Chaykin's work, Zombies vs. Robots, Sergio Aragones and Plop, The Brothers and their battle against a cult, Now Comics' Fright Night, Todd McFarlane's Infinity Inc. work, John Byrne's Fantastic Four, McFarlane's Invasion work, Saga du Xam by Jean Rollin and Nicolas Devil, Death Rattle #3 from Kitchen Sink, Rob Liefeld, Image Comics, Guillem March's Karmen, Revolutionary Comics' David Lynch bio comic and other weird biography comics. Tune in to Queens Comic Podcast for an in-depth look at the world of comic books!
Source: Comics In Motion
Comics In Motion is a podcast for comic book fans, hosted by Tony, Matthew, and Scott. They discuss the latest news and reviews in the comic book world, as well as their own retrospectives on 20th Century Geek. They also provide insight into the political thought behind the Batman universe and the world of Wakanda. Follow them on Twitter @ComicsLloyd, or send an email to ClassicComicsMBL@gmail.com to join the conversation.