CBMFP 254: We're All Eating Chemicals

Hey we're back, and we have stuff to talk about... and only some of it is comics because fuck... there's just no comic news worth talking about. Still. We do talk about this comic book coats; that's cool. Then we move over to Wonder Woman's sexuality that's a thing worth discussing, we guess. Then Arrow news of sorts, but mostly we talk about the Stephen Amell's dirty little side business of kissing fans asses and why he does that! Books reviewed on this episode:

  • He-Man/Thundercats #1
  • Big Trouble in Little China/Escape From New York #1
  • Army of Darkness/Xena #1
  • Archie Meets Ramones #1
  • Black #1
  • The Mask vol. 1
  • Death of Hawkman #1

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CBMFP 253: Shared Universe

There's a weird hiccup at the beginning that couldn't be fixed. It's over quickly so don't worry about it too much. After that we discuss more nerd suits, that's right, nerds are taking over fashion... or are they? Ghost in the Shell released some teaser things, and we address what they kind of are. DC's writer program announced the class of 2016 or something. It's a fellowship of sorts, let's get over the whole school thing. There's more TV talk as well, including the season premiere of Agents of Shield. Exciting. Books reviewed on this episode:

  • Spell on Wheels #1
  • Frostbite #1
  • A.D. #1
  • One-Punch Man

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CBMFP 252: Mellow Your Sweetness

There's so little news this week that it's not even worth teasing. We didn't acknowledge Batman day either because it's stupid. We did talk about "Tactical Batman" and Jim Gordan's reveal in Justice League the movie. Also, the Superhero Beat Down featuring two Valiant characters has us excited. Probably the only real news is Sonny Liew breaking down how much it costs to make a comic and live off of grants which is pretty damn interesting. Books reviewed on this episode:

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CMBPF 251: Hot Cherry Coke

No laughs today on the CBMFP as we get serious! Nah, there's some humor, but we do talk about Comic Book Roundup and what it's done to the industry and a pretty deep conversation about All-Star Batman and everything tied to that. And that's not even the top of the mountain as we answer Patrick's question about underrated comic book movies. Books reviewed on this episode:

  • All-Star Batman #2
  • Copra
  • The Forevers #1
  • Doom Patrol #1

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CBMFP 250: A Dog In This Race

We reached 250! Whip your dicks out, you veens out, whatever you got down there and give it a tug or a flick in celebration for the CBMFP reaching 250! Now if you're done being gross, we have comics to talk about. Stan Lee finally tells us who he thought was a terrible, horrible, no good casting for one of his characters, followed by Squirrel Girl getting her own TV show called New Warriors. Not to be outdone, DC announced a Black Lighting TV show in the works! Marvel also announces a bunch of fucking monster books that are sure to sell well in October and is the direct market for comics broken and in need of some blowing up? Oh and we talk about The Tick again... because fuck you 250! We do what we want! Books reviewed on this episode:

  • Boo: The World's Cutest Dog #1
  • The Great Divide #1
  • Goodnight Punpun vol. 1-3
  • Civil War II: Choosing Sides #5
  • Tomboy #7

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CBMFP 249: They Still Had Feet

Well kids, it's another week and another week of audio problems. Thank Google fucking Hangouts for this mess, the messy turds. But hey, if you ever wanted a podcast episode basically without Dustin, here you go! At any rate, we have a special guest on this week as we welcome Patrick Larose to the show! He's brought a dozy of a question for us to answer, but first we start off with news because that's how we roll. Bryan Singer says that Legion is connected to the X-Men movie's timeline and that's weird stuff. Rob Liefeld is bringing Youngblood back again and hey... the title should tell you everything. Doctor Strange underwent some comedic rewrites and we'll talk about what the possibly means for the movie along with some more comic movie related news.Books reviewed on this episode:

  • Princeless
  • Rom: Space Knight
  • Seven to Eternity #1
  • Hadrian's Wall #1

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CBMFP 248: So You Could Stop Ripping Off His Shit

We've got a special treat for you today, Justin Wood! That's right those other two dudes couldn't be here this week, but join Dustin and Justin (ustin's in the house!) as they tackle the new Tick show on Amazon! Moving over to some Spider-Man world news including the casting of MJ, though we saw no controversy with it and completely missed the fact that of course, the internet was shitting their pants over it.  Runaways the TV show heading to Hulu of all places and some video game news about the next Metal Gear game... it sounds pleasant. Books reviewed on this episode:

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CBMFP 247: We're Coming Back For Love

Today we've got the gruesome threesome back in the house. That's right, Kevin, Steve and Dustin gather around the internet talk about the latest in comic and comic book movies. Mostly the latter. First it's the possible casting for the Crow reboot movie. Then a bunch of CW news happens, a musical, Kevin Smith, The Ray, Supergirl... I'm sure there's plenty of more CW stuff. We also discuss Marvel's Civil War II's delays because it's that slow of a news week. We answer one question that we've previously covered on this show so buckle up for the last time and find out who's a Betty and who's a Veronica. Books reviewed on this episode:

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CBMFP 246: Filthy With Drowzees

We're not done playing Pokemon Go! We'll start there. Thankfully there's not a lot of news this week because we have a lengthy episode for you. What news we do cover ranges from TV in the form of Powers and it's future on the Playstation Network and Fun.com's superhero inspired suits. You read that right. Before we dive into a lengthy discussion about The Vision from Marvel Comics and Tomboy from Action Lab/Danger Zone, we have a question from Patrick about our favorite Frank Miller panel/moment. Books reviewed on this episode:

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CBMFP 245: Colon

It's the week after Comic-Con! You'd think there wouldn't be any news, but then Superman was revealed on Supergirl! That's not the only movie news... since that's primarily what we have to cover. Marvel Studios clarifies the next two Avengers films, while Captain Boomerang is tripping shrooms. On a completely non-comic related story, Luc Besson is found guilt of plagiarizing John Carpenter?! And on the actual comic side of things Marvel's Prostate Cancer Awareness Variants aren't all they're cracked up to be. Books reviewed on this episode:

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CBMFP 244: My Underwear Is Wet

It's another heavy Comic-Con episode as Comic-Con is in full swing while we recorded. We start the show with a lot of trailer talk including: Justice League, Wonder Woman, Defenders, Luke Cage and Iron Fist. That rolls us right into the news that a Ghost Rider will be appearing on the fourth (and hopefully final) season of Marvel's Agents of S.h.i.e.l.d. There's more DC talk as the previously discussed Justice League Action is revealed and shown to the world. There's a different type of controversy surrounding the animated Batman: The Killing Joke and Bryan Lee O'Malley's new comic is revealed. This is all just the tip of the iceberg because there's even more to discuss. Books briefly reviewed on this episode:

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CBMFP 243: And His Name Is Hawk

Have you been on the internet this week? Yeah comics are booming as we're just a week away from Comic Con. We have a new titles from Dark Horse, BOOM! Studios, DC and Vertigo to talk about. Frank Cho is back in the news spotlight after walking off of variant cover duties for Wonder Woman. The Power Rangers have been revealed and China isn't afraid of ghosts, so they don't need the new Ghostbusters movie. Oh and Pokemon GO is discussed, but we're not going to bore you by summing up what it is and that lame shit. Books reviewed on this episode:

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CBMFP 242: He's Trying To Get Worthy

International Comic Con is coming and so we have a new titles and new deals to talk about starting with BOOM! Studios snagging the WWE comics license. After that we run through the two new iron people and the controversy surrounding that. Then it's on to Champions with Mark Waid, US Avengers and Squirrel Girl, The Great Lake Avengers returning again and The Unworthy Thor. That's not all though, there's a new Justice League animation possibly in the works, find out what the guys think about that.

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CBMFP 241: Sacks of Flesh

This week on the show Dustin and Steve open up with some candid talk before diving into the Canadian Prime Minister's upcoming appearance in a Marvel comic book! Where's the 4th of July spirit? Midnighter is back and he's bringing Apollo along with joy to Steve's world. BOOM!'s printing one of their new comics in Spanish and the Legion tv show is as different as Deadpool, whatever the fuck that means. Also, shout out to Samantha (a former writer for the site) who's doing a gofundme to get graphic novels for her students. Check it out here: [su_button url="https://www.gofundme.com/2aymnbg?utm_source=internal&utm_medium=email&utm_content=cta_button&utm_campaign=upd_n" target="blank" style="soft" background="#000000" color="#ffffff" size="7" center="yes" icon="icon: thumbs-o-up" icon_color="#ffffff" rel="nofollow"]LINK[/su_button]

Books reviewed on this episode include:

  • Steve Rogers: Captain America #2
  • Justice League: Rebirth #1
  • Jupiters Legacy 2 #1
  • Batman #2
  • Kim & Kim #1

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CBMFP 240: The Full Worm On Skeletor's Face

Today on the show we not only have our three regulars, but we add Carl our semi-regular guest back on the show. To begin with we actually talk about Carl's first kickstarter project, a documentary film about gamecasting called: I Heart Streaming: The Life of a Gamecaster. From there we open up with a thinking topic: What genre's of stories do you avoid? After that we discuss some possible casting news for McG's Masters of the Universe reboot at Sony. There's no comic book news so we end the news with Justice League movie updates.

Comics reviewed on this episode:

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CBMFP 239: You Gonna Cut That Lawn

Today on the show we kick off with the news that Titan Comics has made a deal to release new Robotech comics. New Line Cinema is making The Kitchen into a film and there's plenty of stuff happening in the Spider-Man comic book. Is it any good? Should you be reading Spider-Man? We'll answer these questions and more. Books reviewed on this episode:

  • Detective Comics #935
  • Lucas Stand #1
  • Dark Night: A True Batman Story
  • Luther Strode Vol. 3
  • Vision #8
  • Wrath of the Eternal Warrior #8

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CBMFP 238: I Don't Want To Carry A Comic

There's a new Voltron series on Netflix this week and so Dustin walks us through the first episode of Voltron: Legendary Defender. Continuing with Netflix our duo move on to discuss the Stranger Things trailer. It's a sci-fi TV show that's set in the 80s and has all the charms of the era. Since there's still a lack of comic book news, the discussion moves on to Wolverine 3 and why Hugh Jackman doesn't look old enough to be playing Old Man Logan. The news closes out with a very quick talk about the new Josie and the Pussycats. Books that are reviewed on this episode:

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CBMFP 237: From Being In The Water All The Time

Let's talk Comic Book  movies on this episode of the CBMFP! Planet Hulk anyone? That's right we talk about the latest rumor around Thor 3 aka Thor: Ragnarok. From there we address more Marvel movie rumors like Namor: The Submariner making an appearance and what the Shredder has to do with that. Marvel/Fox wasn't infallible this week though as their X-Men: Apocalypse came under fire. And let's not forget DC/WB as there was some rumors of a title change to the upcoming Justice League movie. Comic Books covered on this episode of the CBMFP:

  • Civil War II #1
  • Green Lanterns: Rebirth #1
  • Aquaman: Rebirth #1

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CBMFP: Rebirth Special

That's right! Two podcasts this week! We couldn't talk about Superman: Rebirth #1 and Batman: Rebirth #1 on the podcast this week so we did a special episode about just those two books. We're going DC Comics crazy over here! CRAZY! Or are we? Hey reboots work, they get people talking about your titles... just ask Marvel.

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