Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Wednesday Warriors Episode #54: Favorite Graphic Novel Pottycast

In this episode those potty-mouthed Wednesday Warriors try (and fail) to keep it clean while talking about their favorite Graphic Novels or close-ended storylines. They also clear up any confusion between the definitions of "issue" vs. "episode." But first they've got some books to talk about!

Sean L. follows Daken to Rome in Dark Wolverine #87, pronunciations are debated.

Dark Wolverine #87
Written by Daniel Way and Marjorie Liu
Art by Mirco Pierfederici

Sean H. stumbles and moans into Walking Dead #73. Is it a good jumping on point? (spoiler: no). Also, what's this about a Walking Dead TV show?

Walking Dead #73
Written by Robert Kirkman
Art by Charlie Adlard

If you think you're reading comics, you may be incorrect. Are you reading Hellblazer? If not, you are not reading comics. So sayeth Jonas.

Hellblazer #268
Written by Peter Milligan
Art by Giuseppe Camuncoli and Stafani Landini

Jonas also touches on the final issue of Forgetless, a series he and Bryton have been enjoying.

Forgetless #5
Written by Nick Spencer
Art by W. Scott Forbes and Marley Zarcone

Bryton loves Westerns, but unfortunately wasn't thrilled with Pale Horse, despite it's unique concept. He was much more impressed and baffled and a little frightened by Meta 4. The world remains unimpressed with Bryton's Vincent Price impression.

Meta 4
Art and Story by Ted McKeever

John thinks the first issue of the new Black Cat series has a great cover! The end. Then John and the gang discuss the new New Avengers #1. Does it hold up to the rest of the Heroic Age titles?

New Avengers #1
Written by Brian Michael Bendis
Art by Stuart Immonen

So! What are everyone's favorite Graphic Novels! Does anyone know what a graphic novel even is? What's your favorite graphic novel?

This episode's giveaway!

Incredible Hercules #112 signed by artist Koi Pham!
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