Welcome to Episode 268 of the Two-Headed Nerd Comic Book Podcast! This week, we discuss the gross indignity of Deadpool the Duck, Phil Hester and Tony Harris’ upcoming Blood Blister from Aftershock Comics, and the forthcoming launch of Catalyst Prime, the new … Read More
THN 56: Pooping Into the Boom Tube
Welcome to Two-Headed Nerd Episode 56: THE METAL SHOW!!! In this episode, we discuss the upcoming Bedlam series by Nick Spencer and Reilly Rossmo, the skyrocketing sales numbers of Avengers Vs. X-Men, and the return of Dark Horse’s Ghost. Plus: Nerd TV is dead…Long live The State Of…This new monthly segment will examine a book, company, creator, etc. in greater detail than a single-issue review can provide. First up: The State of DC’s New 52.
This week’s reviews:
Joe — Justice League #6 from DC Comics
Matt — The Darkness #100 from Image Comics
Picks for next week:
Joe — Avengers the Children’s Crusade from Marvel Comics
Matt — The Manhattan Projects #1 from Image Comics
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Music heard in this episode is the stuff of nightmares: Vocal Test by Integrity, Dying by Obituary, Elizabeth by Ghost, TMNT Theme by Bonded By Blood, The Thing by Municipal Waste, Ouroboros is Broken by Earth, Painkiller by Judas Priest, Pledge Your Allegiance by Suicidal Tendencies, Metal Warriors by Manowar.