Sunday, February 26, 2012

Episode 25 - The Atomic Fallout Society Celebrates 25!

The 25th episode of The Atomic Fallout Society has the boys lamenting over a somewhat lackluster week in comics BUT they still find titles worth talking about.

Dave discusses the latest Flash episode and the return of a classic Rogue.

Tony talks (or rants) about the latest Uncanny X-Force issue. It's good, but haven't we seen this before somehow?

Finally, to celebrate 25 episodes, Dave discusses his all-time favorite Batman storylines, and despite his dislike for Frank Miller, you can bet The Dark Knight Returns is on the list.

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Sunday, February 19, 2012

Episode 24 - Reinforcing Stereotypes Thanks To Comic Book Men

The guys hit it strong again as they review their favorite titles for the week. Dave talks about Robert Kirkman's "other" title... Super Dinosaur. It's not just for kiddies, folks.

Tony talks about another of his favorite writers, Brian Azzarello and his latest run with Wonder Woman.

Lastly, the guys have watched the latest Kevin Smith creation Comic Book Men, and lo and behold, Dave is already concerned with the message that it sends out to the masses. Don't expect the same usual stuff here at The Atomic Fallout Society. We don't encourage stereotypes... at least, not lately.

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Monday, February 13, 2012

Episode 23 - A Word for Creator's Rights and Dave Gets REALLY Excited About The New Sponsor...

Another week, another show. Dave talks about the latest issue of Scarlet Spider and how this series may be worth following or keeping an eye out for.

Tony talks about the latest super-creator team up of Robert Kirkman and Nick Spencer and their collaboration, Thief Of Thieves. This one has the makings of a good movie or TV series.

The guys come to the defense of a comic book legend and the wrong done to him by an industry giant. Calling out the corporate douchebags is the agenda this week for The Atomic Fallout Society.

Lastly, Dave gets excited while Tony gets nauseous and uncomfortable thanks to the latest sponsor to join Abnormal Entertainment, Adam and Eve. Yep, that Adam and Eve. Break out the baby oil and lotion everyone!

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Monday, February 6, 2012

Episode 22 - There Was Actually A Time Before The Watchmen?

The guys sum up a LONG week but they get their priorities straight and review some strong titles this week. Tony discusses the debut issue of the Winter Soldier, good spy noir story with some interesting turns towards the end will make most Winter Soldier fans happy.

Dave talks about the huge compilation known as Dark Horse Presents. It gets brutal BUT it leaves the palette clean thanks to some very talented creators. A must pickup this week.

Finally, DC makes a big announcement that they are doing a series of issues dedicated to the time BEFORE the Watchmen...yeah, that's right. Somewhere Alan Moore is pulling his hair out of his head and some Watchmen fans (like Tony) don't know what to make of this one.

The best part of waking up is the Atomic Fallout Society in your cup...not like Two Girls and A Cup however.

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