Monthly Archives: March 2020
This week, join us and our special guest – Batman Super-fan, Ryan – as we discuss more new(ish) comics to catch up on during your Corona lockdown:
- Robin 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular – DC Comics
- Fantastic Four: Marvels Snapshot #1 – Marvel Comics
- Legion Of Super-Heroes #5 – DC Comics
- Transformers vs Terminator #1 – Dark Horse Comics
And our hot comic pick of the week – Judge Dredd: False Witness #1 from IDW
Plus, a bunch of the other nonsense you’ve come to know and love.
Cheers – and stay safe!
This week on the Casual Comics Cast, we discuss what to watch and read while you’re homebound this week. We talk about:
Netflix’s Black Lightning
The Flash – both the comics and the CW series, now streaming on Netflix (including some Silver Age DC craziness)
Cloak and Dagger – The Comic and the Freeform series
The Umbrella Academy – The Book and the Netflix Series
And – what comic series you should catch up with on Comixology – the digital comics platform. Like:
Alex + Ada (Image Comics)
The Vision (Marvel Comics)
Casual Comics Cast – Ep. 208 – Netflix’s “I am Not Okay with This”, Clue: Candlestick, and more comic reviews
This week, we review the Netflix series “I am Not Okay with This” and compare it to the comic. We also debate which hero we’d want on our team to help us with this Corona outbreak.
Plus, we review and discuss:
IDW Comics’ “Clue: Candlestick”
Marvel Comics – “Immortal Hulk: Great Power” and “Rescue 2020”, which features Iron Man’s Pepper Potts
In Indie Comics, we’ve got:
“Finger Guns” from Vault Comics
“Last Stop” from Scout Comics.
And, Pat finally reads a classic comic story – “Green Arrow” #85: “Snowbirds Don’t Fly” – and gives his thoughts on this comic from 1971. How does it hold up today? Tune in and find out!
What we’re drinking this week:
Platform Beer Company’s Open Market • Nordic Style White Ale W/ Peach And Apricot
So, settle in, and enjoy…
This week on the Casual Comics Cast:
We’re discussing the upcoming movie “Bloodshot”, starring Vin Diesel, Eliza Gonzalez, and Guy Pearce. Plus, to prepare for the movie, Pat reviews Bloodshot #0 from Valiant Comcs.
Michael goes in the wayback machine, reviewing the recently reprinted Detective Comics #181 to learn more about the history of Batman, Robin, and Poison Ivy.
And another heart-pounding tale of love and suspense when Comic Book Theater Presents: “The Twisted Plot of Poison Ivy”,
So, settle in with your favorite beverage and enjoy the show!