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Issue #104: Comic Book Catch Up | Comic Book Podcast | Talking Comics

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In their first post NYCC effort Bob, Steve and Bobby talk about the cancellation of Fearless Defenders, if an Elektra book is right for them and the new team on Detective Comics. They also talk about a whole mess of books from the last few weeks including Batman #24, Rocket Girl, Animal Man, Letter 44, Batgirl, Forever Evil, Battle of the Atom, Imagine Agents, Triple Helix, Infinity and more!

Annnnnnnnnnd… we say it on the show, but just in case you missed it, the Talking Comics crew on Twitter are:

Bobby: @bobbyshortle
Steve: @dead_anchoress
Stephanie: @hellocookie
And Bob’s email is bobreyer@talkingcomicbooks.com

FYI: the crew have gone all superhero on the world, thanks to the wonderful Hanie Mohd. Like them? Make sure to follow her and let us know what you think of our new superhero pictures.

The Comic Book Podcast is brought to you by Talking Comics (www.talkingcomicbooks.com), a blog dedicated to covering the latest and greatest in comic book releases. The editorial staff is composed of Editor-in-Chief Bobby Shortle (Fanboy Remix, Doctor Whocast), Stephanie Cooke (Misfortune Cookie) and Steve Seigh (JoBlo.com contributor) who weekly dissect the releases and give you, the consumer, a simple Roman yay or nay regarding them. Our Twitter handle is @TalkingComics and you can email us at info@talkingcomicbooks.com.

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3 Responses

  1. Bob Reyer

    For the listener whose name eludes me (I’m still in the throes of yesterday’s migraine, sorry!), the name of the (hopefully) soon-to-be-launched on-line marketplace for comics, graphic novels, DVD/BR, games,etc, is Nerdular.com. I spoke to these folks at last year’s NYCC, and it did seem that they had a pretty spiffy idea, but their site is not yet operational, but is still trumpeted for a Fall launch!

    Bob

  2. Benji-B

    Thanks guys, been um-ing and ah-ing about Journey for a while so I’ll definitely pick it up. And I’d never even heard of that Mighty Avenger collection, with Chris Samnee on art I will definitely check it out and let you know what I thought! Thanks heaps!

  3. CairCoke

    This is for Ethan, who asked about nonfiction books on comics:

    Wright, Bradford. 2001. Comic Book Nation: The Transformation of Youth Culture in America. Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press.

    Stuller, Jennifer. 2010. Ink-Stained Amazons and Cinematic Warriors: Superwomen in Modern Mythology. London: I.B.Tauris.

    Robinson, Lillian. 2004. Wonder Women: Feminisms and Superheroes. New York: Routledge.

    Morrison, Grant. 2011. Supergods: What Masked Vigilantes, Miraculous Mutants, and a Sun God from Smallville Can Teach Us About Being Human. New York: Spiegel and Grau.

    Krensky, Stephen. 2008. Comic Book Century: The History of American Comic Books. Minneapolis: Twenty-First Century Books.

    Lopes, Paul. 2009. Demanding Respect: The Evolution of the American Comic Book. Philadelphia: Temple University Press: 223-236.

    Gabilliet, Jean-Paul. Of Comics and Men: A Cultural History of Comic Books. Translated by Bart Beaty and Nick Nguyen. J Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi.

    DiPaolo, Marc. 2011. War, Politics, and Superheroes: Ethics and Propaganda in Comics and Film. Jefferson, NC and London: McFarland and Company, Inc.

    Costello, Matthew. 2009. Secret Identity Crisis: Comic Books and the Unmasking of Cold War America. New York: Continuum.

    Brooker, Will. 2000. Batman Unmasked: Analyzing a Cultural Icon. London: Continuum.

    Brown, Jeffrey. 2000. Black Superheroes, Milestone Comics, and Their Fans. Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi.

    Brown, Jeffrey. 2011. Dangerous Curves: Action Heroines, Gender, Fetishism, and Popular Culture. Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi.

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