Sunday, October 30, 2011

Episode 9 - Happy Halloween from the Atomic Fallout Society!

The guys get a head start on the Halloween festivities thanks to Dave as he reviews his favorite monster comic book out in the market now.

Tony discusses life after X-Men: Schism seen from the eyes of Wolverine is the first-ever issue of Wolverine and the X-Men.

The guys also give props for a local friend and the debut of his newest comic book, Stitched.

Finally, the guys give a final review of the DC 52 reboot by discussing the titles that were hits and the ones that were misses. What's better than candy on Halloween? The Atomic Fallout Society that's who!

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Sunday, October 23, 2011

Episode 8 - Live from Gotham City Comics, it's the Atomic Fallout Society!

Brothers Sabal pay a visit to Gotham City Comics where Dave gets his double fix of coffee and comic books.

Dave apparently needed it as he reviews the final book from Marvel's Fear Itself and its follow-up, The Fearless, and both books leave a nasty aftertaste in his mouth.

Tony reviews the "final" issue of Uncanny X-Men and Wolverine's newest adventure in Wolverine #17.

The guys give infinite props to Gotham City Comics, especially for allowing them to do a live show in their store. Were the guys at their best behavior, or is this the last time they will be allowed to show their faces in public?

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Sunday, October 16, 2011

Episode 7 - Dinosaurs, Robots and the return of Norman Osborn

For this week, the guys try something a little different and in the end, the word "clusterf*ck" has now a new meaning.

First, Dave talks about Robert Kirkman's other work not titled Walking Dead, the series called Super Dinosaur, and how it is just simple geeky fun.

Tony prepares us for the next big Marvel storyline and it involves the return of Norman Osborn and what he has in store for the New Avengers.

Dave finishes off with an early Halloween special title by talking about the Legion of Monsters. All this and Tony goes overboard with his sound drops and the boys suffer some slight coitus interruptus...enjoy the madness.

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Sunday, October 9, 2011

Episode 6 - X-Men Divided and Superman's Not Quite "Superman"

This week's podcast focuses on the final issue of X-Men Schism and Action Comics #2.

Dave talks about the future of the X-Men as we know it and how the Cyclops/Wolverine relationship seems more like a Professor X/Magneto relationship now.

Tony talks about how Grant Morrison is making Superman look a lot less like the Superman that the world is accustomed to and that's not a bad thing.

Lastly, Tony rails on Barnes and Noble's recent decision regarding DC graphic novels and how in the end, it means good news for the traditional mom-and-pop comic book stores. The guys also give props to the recent winners of the New Times Best of Phoenix Best Comic Book Shop for 2011.

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Sunday, October 2, 2011

Episode 5 - Aquaman Is Mad As Hell And He's Not Taking It Anymore...

On a last minute comic book run, Dave becomes sidetracked by a Yu-Gi-Oh! tournament.

Tony and Dave review Aquaman #1 and All-Star Western #1.

Also, Tony wants to love the Green Lantern movie but even he knows how disappointing it was as he and Dave talk about this year's comic book movies and what future comic book movies need to keep in mind in order to be good.

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