Episode 123 was recorded on May 18, 2012 and hosted by Justin Vactor, Willie Gillis, and Hunter Camp.
Welcome back to Comics of Doom!
On this week’s episode, Justin gets behind and asks the show’s hosts what some of the books on the shelves are must reads. In Chris’ absence, Hunter and Willie discuss and recommend several books including Daredevil, Saga, Saucer Country, The Sixth Gun, Batman, Nightwing, Birds of Prey, Avengers vs. X-Men, and many more of the hosts’ favorite books.
So if you’ve fallen behind, or you’re looking for new books to try out, this episode’s for you. In fact, if you’re not behind and happy with what you read, this episode is for you, too! Heck, this episode is for everyone, so listen to it now!
After a couple of funky weeks, we’re back in action! And on this week’s episode, boy howdy, we’ve got a lot to talk about including Before Watchmen drama including our personal stances on whether or not we will be participating in the madness; also some alternatives for fans of the Before Watchmen creators. In additional to all this seriousness, we lighten it up by talking about some truly great comic books that we really enjoy like the current Daredevil/Punisher/Spider-Man mini-crossover, Batman, Nightwing, Gotham Central, The Sixth Gun, Near Death, Cullen Bunn’s run on Superman/Batman, Avengers vs. X-Men, and the greatness that was Dark Horse Presents, specifically Francesco Francavilla’s Black Beetle and the hilarious House of Fun strips from Evan Dorkin. So, check in, sit back, and enjoy our crazy opinions on all things comics!
Recorded March 30, 2012. Hosted by Justin Vactor, Willie Gillis, and Hunter Camp.
A return to the digital comics question – Are digital comics the death of the brick and mortar store?
Welcome comic book fans to another episode of Comics Of Doom, the official comic book podcast of Geeks Of Doom! On this week’s episode, Chris McDavid leaves to pursue an acting career, while Justin, Willie, and Hunter discuss a myriad of topics in the comic book world including current Marvel creator runs and the possibility of digital comics killing off brick and mortar comic book stores, as well as Willie’s first experience with last year’s comic book hero films. Also discussed is what second and third tier comic book characters could carry their own films.
Make sure to listen, because you won’t want to miss this one.
Hello everybody! You like The Walking Dead don’t you? Honestly, it’s pretty hard to find anyone these days who doesn’t like Robert Kirkman’s portrayal of surviving a post-apacolyptic zombie infested world. Whether it be in comics or on the television screen, The Walking Dead has a mighty large audience. So, it’s in honor of the recent wrap up of season two of the television show and this week’s release of the comic book that we take a look at both the show and the comic and give you all of our thoughts. I hope you like a lot of exposition!
Hey everyone! There’s a lot to talk about on this week’s Comics Of Doom, the official comics podcast of Geeks Of Doom. In addition to talk of some of the hottest comics of the week, including Saucer Country, Avengers Assemble, and Saga, Willie asks Hunter for some clarification on his opinions of DC books and in a shocking turn of events, Hunter contemplates leaving DC for Marvel. However, the majority of this episode is dedicated to the question, “Would you stop reading a book if you didn’t agree with the creator’s politics?” Listen to the controversial discussion in which Hunter and Chris look at politics, creator loyalty, and how personal politics and activism can add to or take away from a story.
It’s a heavy discussion, so prepare yourself for Episode 117 of Comics of Doom!