Straight Outta Austin! Episode 192 – Don’t Hate me, PS2 Emulate Me

In this week’s episode of Straight Outta Austin! we discuss everything from last week’s Walking Dead, Kurt Sutter Cancels Bastard Executioner, Joe Q. discusses Iron Fist rumors, Punisher series, Viz Media issues statement after manga scanlator arrests, PS2 Emulation is here, and Star Wars: Disney and George Lucas’ Disagreement Over Episode VII


Straight Outta Austin! Episode 191 – Batman doesn’t cry

In this week’s episode of Straight Outta Austin! we discuss everything from Michael Keaton Says Batman Would Never Cry Like Spider-Man, Full Warcraft Trailer, HBO inks 4-year deal with Jon Stewart for online content creation, and World War Shia continues! 


Straight Outta Austin! Episode 190 – Kojima is a nice guy

In this week’s episode of Straight Outta Austin! we discuss everything from John Carpenter Chose Not To Sue Hideo Kojima Over Snake Because ‘He’s A Nice Guy’, Wizard World recap, and Mark Ruffalo Calls Thor: Ragnarok a Buddy Movie.  


Straight Outta Austin! Episode 189 – Pokemon Gym

In this week’s episode of Straight Outta Austin! We also discuss everything from Die Hard 6 to Guillermo Del Toro’s desire to remake Stephen King’s Pet Cemetery and Robert Rodriguez set to direct Alita: Battle Angel.

The Comic Bubble Podcast – Episode 089: The Dark Knight Returns Again… Again

Frank Miller is planning on lots more stories in The Dark Knight Returns world including a fourth chapter into that saga and even an all-ages spinoff centered on Carrie Kelley! Also find out what’s up with Bryan Hitch’s Justice League of America comic (uh-oh…), new DC creative teams announced and Marvel soon to kill off a sort-of major character from their ranks? Spoiler alert: the answers is yes. Stay tuned as well for synopsis for mid-season finales, a possible date for Legends of Tomorrow, Neagan confirmed (yay!) and of course what’s the new rumors for the comic Hollywood side.    

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Comic Reviews

Comic Reviews with The Comic Bubble – Week of 11/18

Welcome to another weekly roundup of Ice’s comic reviews! Comics for this week: Batman Europa #1 (Of 4), The Mighty Thor #1 and Uncanny Inhumans #2!   Batman Europa #1 (Of 4) DC Written by: Matteo Casali & Brian Azzarelo Art by: Jim Lee Batman Europa is a special limited series that was supposed to be published ten years ago. Better late than never, right? Matteo and Azzarelo come together for a tale that has Bruce Wayne once again donning the cowl (no word on where in continuity, if it’s part of it, this lies— not that it really matters). Batman once again scuffles off with The Joker in the opening shot of the book, although it seems it’s one of those scenes that takes place in the future and then we’re brought back to what happens leading up to that moment. While it’s great to not only see Bruce-Batman back in action and having Jim Lee get to draw it, everything else isn’t on par. The dialogue is the worst offender because Bruce/Batman don’t speak the way they should. Even the way they act is off which is extremely distracting, taking you out of what’s going on. While you…

A History of Zombies in Pop Culture

The Walking Dead is back for season six, and there have already been some tragic casualties. The characters aren’t the only ones doing battle – there are also miniature wars raging throughout the web between the fans posting spoilers and the fans who are, well, less than appreciative. These debates just highlight the growing popularity of the show, which exploded onto the scene six years ago with over five million viewers per episode and opened the latest season with almost 20 million viewers. Vampires may have dominated popular culture in the past, but passionate fans are helping propel brain eaters past bloodsuckers. Series like The Walking Dead and iZombie are bringing a new humanity – and differing viewpoints – to these formerly human protagonists.

The Comic Bubble Podcast – Episode 088: Legends

Legends are everywhere and especially in this week’s podcasts from characters, creators and the TV show coming very soon to the CW, spinning off from Flash and Arrow! A famous mutant returns to the comic pages, though in a book you probably didn’t expect! Liefeld’s project for Marvel is revealed as well as who else is involved. The Synopsis for the big, upcoming Flash and Arrow crossover are released, setting up Legends of Tomorrow! Plus big (possible) casting news with The Walking Dead, who could be directing Gambit, a female villain could be seen in the third Thor movie and so. Much. More. Listen in.