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The Comic Bubble Podcast – Episode 111: Up, Up… And To The CW!

There’s plenty of big news items this week with Oni Press launching an erotic/sex-education focused imprint, another series from Marvel coming to an end, even Syfy picking up Krypton for a pilot order. But none bigger than the renewal and network movement of Supergirl! Find out all about it in this episode plus what other TV news came about, including Marvel shows getting the axe and plenty of Marvel movie topics covered!

Comic Reviews with The Comic Bubble: Week of 12/16

Welcome to another weekly roundup of Ice’s comic reviews! Comics for this week: Ultimate End #5 (Of 5), Darth Vader Annual #1 and Batman And Robin Eternal #11!

Free Comic Book Life: STAR WARS: DARTH VADER AND THE GHOST PRISON

Hello and Welcome to the first issue of Free Comic Book Life. First off, what the hell am I talking about? My name is Peter Marsh. I’m an avid comic book reader, out of Austin, Texas and I have been given the fantastic opportunity to write reviews for punchingthewallsofreality.com . I have decided to name my column Free Comic Book life, because it will have cost me absolutely no money whatsoever to read the comics I review for the site. The comics that I review will be from every major company, besides the Big Two (Marvel and DC) and each and every trade I will write about will be a book I picked up from the library.

Comic Reviews with The Comic Bubble: Week of 8/5

  Welcome to another weekly roundup of Ice’s comic reviews!   Comics for this week: Green Lantern #43, Darth Vader #8, and Giant Size Little Marvel AvX #3.

The Comic Bubble Podcast – Episode 071: SDCC ’15 Coverage

The “mother of all conventions”, San Diego Comic Con! As always, big news comes forth from all over the place and this week we have all the big highlights!! From a new ‘Archie meets’ comic, to Joss Whedon’s newly announced Dark Horse mini! Plus announcements Oni Press, DC, and even Marvel with a Star Wars crossover! You don’t want to miss any of that or news on DC’s TV shows for what you can expect in the upcoming new seasons and much more so sit down and hit that play button! For thoughts on all the movie trailers released, listen to Prometheus and I discuss them all over at last week’s Straight Outta Austin’s episode 176!  

My Thoughts, Solicited: February 2015 Solicitations

Winter may be freezing things up in the Northwestern hemisphere at the moment, but does that stop comics from happening? Of course not! February brings some specialness to the funny pages as anniversaries are celebrated and new ongoings happen from good guys to not so good guys. The evilest of villains scheme their master plans into action as the heroes try to stop them, while some just try to survive life and boys. Read on to see just the tip of the iceberg for what February holds.  

The Comic Bubble Podcast Episode 021: San Diego: The Comic Con News Part Deux

It’s all about covering the rest of the San Diego Comic Con news this week! From the loads of information given on Grant Morrison’s Multiversity for DC, to Marvel’s Star Wars announcements, news on Spider-Verse tie-in issues, movies getting comic book sequels (here mentioned with Escape From New York and Galaxy Quest), to going over all the Image books announced in more detail! Stick around for news on other DC comics, a crossover of APE-pic proportions (see what I did there?!) and so much more!

May the Fourth be with You – Behold Vadering!

The Japanese craze of Dragonballing swept the internet with incredible speed. The rest of the world could only watch speechless, mouths agape, ever envious, wishing they had come up with it first. But alas, they did not. However, The World at Large did not sit idly for long. The response was swift, the response was awesome, the response was Vadering! – Prometheus  Source: Comic Alliance You May Also Like: New Japan Photo Craze Better Than Planking First image of Halle Berry as Storm in X-Men: Days of Future Past Zack Snyder To Direct Justice League? Leonardo Di Caprio and Ryan Gosling Take a Break from Acting