If you’ve decided to read DC’s next big event, then you’re in luck, Convergence and a couple of it’s tie-ins hit the shelves this week. Jeff Lemire gives us All-New Hawkeye and Descender and they’re both the second issues. Dynamite’s pulp noir vigilantes are back in Masks 2 and if
Marvel decided to unload a few Avengers titles this week, all three of DC’s weekly series are coming to an end. The Ninth Doctor, Rose Tyler and Captain Jack Harkness take the TARDIS for a spin in a new mini-series, Convergence begins and so does another Star Wars series. Amazing
We discuss the return of the Flash, Arrow, and Agents of SHIELD to the small screen. Also the premiere of iZombie, which happens to star a Power Ranger. Matt completely spoils the emotional TMNT #44 for Burnard. John wraps up the show with a very heated debate on the Batgirl
It looks like Black Vortex continues with three crossovers this week, Damian Wayne joins the Justice League, Jem & the Holograms make their comic book debut (with some pretty spiffy covers), the next chapter of Grant Morrison’s Multiversity will make all of us scratch our heads again and a few
It may not be a mile-stone episode, but we’ve reached 120, folks! Burnard starts the show off with a least 6 new cast members added to CBS’s Supergirl series and more “Blackwashing”. John admits to reading John Lewis’ March: Book One graphic novel, a month after Black History Month, but
Two more chapters of the Guardians of the Galaxy & X-Men crossover hit the shelves, Batgirl’s handling her own in Endgame, Mike Mignola’s take on Frankenstein’s Monster get his own mini-series, another Green Lantern title has ended. And did anyone honestly ask for a sequel to 1989’s The Fly 2?
We see the premiere of Jeff Lemire’s All-New Hawkeye this week, even though the final issue of Matt Fraction’s Hawkeye run doesn’t hit shelves until the end of April, which means two issues of All-New Hawkeye will be out before then. More “Time Runs Out” crossovers within the Avengers issues.