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Matt and Mara question what is real and what is artificial with Tom King and Gabriel Hernandez Walta’s The Vision. To some, this series might seem to be a bit too recent to consider a “legendary run,” but it’s impact on the creators’ career and the industry cannot be denied. Due to it’s small twelve issue size, the series leaves little room for extra fat, giving a satisfying structure that is going to be fascinating to watch age. We hope you enjoy as we try to make heads or tails of the Scarlet Witch, Agatha Harkness and what is it that really motivates the Vision. An android may even be able to cry, but there is nothing but fun for us humans in this episode!

Quick Reminder! Mara and Matt will now be releasing the podcast every other Monday instead of Friday. We are sorry for the inconvenience!

Make sure to check in next time when we discuss Denny O’Neil and Neal Adams’ Green Arrow/ Green Lantern!

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Friday (2-13-17) Dennis O’Neil and Neal Adams’ Green Lantern and Green Arrow (Green Lantern76-87, 89, The Flash 217-219)

Friday (2-27-17) Dan Slott’s She Hulk (She Hulk 1-12, 1-21)

Friday (3-13-17) Grant Morrison’s Seven Soldiers (Seven Soldiers 0-1, Manhattan Guardian 1-4, Shining Knight 1-4, Klarion the Whitch Boy 1-4, Zatanna 1-4, Mister Miracle 1-4, Bulleteer 1-4,Frankenstein 1-4)

Friday (3-27-17) Kelly Sue DeConnick’s Captain Marvel (Avenging Spider-Man 9-10, Captain Marvel 1-16, Avengers The Enemy Within 1, Avengers Assemble 16-17, Captain Marvel 1-15, Captain Marvel and the Carol Corps)

Intro Song: “Love Machine” by the Miracles

Reach out to us:
Twitter- @legendarypod, @johnnymattwood, @megamaramon

Email- legendaryruns@gmail.com

 

About The Author

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Matt Wood is a high school English teacher in North Arkansas. His classroom is littered with comic book posters and notes about Hawthorne that are as difficult to decipher as they are to be interested in. Not Matt's fault though, Nathaniel Hawthorne isn't too terribly interesting to begin with. Matt is so close to getting his Masters Degree in English he can practically taste the student debt that awaits him. His priorities are in the right place though, he makes sure there isn't a day that goes by that he hasn't read a comic book. He lives with lovely wife, Mara, and a well-behave cat named Tanner next to a golf course and neighbor that will talk to you regardless of any sense of urgency you may display.

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