THN Episode 31 is hiding in your bushes and rifling through your garbage straight paprazzi-style! In this episode, Joe and Matt take a look at some spoilery topics like Bleeding Cool’s script review of Flashpoint #5 and the revelation of the full, post-Schism Uncanny X-Men roster. Then, the guys get deep with their examination of the Internet’s impact on comic book culture. Plus, Take A Look, It’s In A Book is back with THN’s long-awaited review of Richard Stark’s Parker: The Hunter by Darwyn Cooke.
This week, Joe celebrates the Ultimate line’s return to greatness with Marvel’s Ultimate Comics The Ultimates #1 while Matt gets scatalogical with his review of Kevin Smith’s Bionic Man #1 from Dynamite. For next week, Joe and Matt have a rare moment of agreement: DC’s Flashpoint #5 by Geoff Johns and Andy Kubert and Justice League #1 by Johns and Jim Lee are the two most important books shipping next Wednesday.
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Our theme music is A Better Tomorrow by Dan the Automator. Other music found in this week’s episode was provided by the following sources: Big News Theme — Here is the News by ELO, Ludicrous Speed Round Theme — Fury of the Storm by Dragonforce featuring Dark Helmet, Take A Look, It’s In A Book Theme — Ultra-slow theme song from Reading Rainbow, Small Man, Big Mouth by Minor Threat, Leave Me Alone by Michael Jackson, Six Million Dollar Man theme song from…um…The Six Million Dollar Man.