Thursday, July 25, 2013

Episode 92 - Educating The Masses: Old Man Logan

Once again as a public service to our listeners, we at The Atomic Fallout Society present another educating experience with "Educating The Masses" with our own Brian Smith. This time to go along with the upcoming Wolverine movie, Brian gives the lowdown on one of the better Wolverine storylines in recent memory, "Old Man Logan". Listen in and learn about this storyline that you MUST read more on.

We also have reviews as Brian reviews the first annual issue from Hawkeye, Dave reviews the latest Flash issue and Tony reviews the start of "Hunger" that may leave you even more hungrier... or not-so-hungry. That and we talk more about the biggest and baddest Canadian superhero not named Puck: Wolverine.

The Atomic Fallout Society... we hear that Hugh Jackman is a big fan of our show.

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Friday, July 19, 2013

Episode 91 - Superman Kills Again???

This is the week that all fanboys and fangirls have been waiting for... the 91st episode of the Atomic Fallout Society... and the San Diego Comic Con. Why are the guys NOT at the San Diego Comic Con? It might be because they might be sick and tired of dealing with the crowds and the raised prices of almost everything out in San Diego this time of year. Listen to this episode and hear the rants and apprehension of going back to the con for some of the guys. But first, we have reviews...

Tony reviews the latest Deadpool, and it is a GROOVY issue. That basically sums it up. Brian reviews the latest Justice League of America coming off of yet another sudden death at the hands of Superman... wait a minute, haven't they learned their lesson already? Dave reviews the debut issue of Superior Carnage. Now that's a guy that kills for a living...

You smell what The Atomic Fallout Society is cooking?

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Thursday, July 11, 2013

Episode 90 - Tony Sabal, Master of the English Language...

Tony comes up with some of the most questionable quotes. He definitely needs work. With that said, the guys return to review new books this week.

David Sabal reviews the latest Eerie book from Dark Horse. You like real classic horror tales like in the past? You might like this one. Tony reviews the latest Peter Panzerfaust. Think Peter Pan leading the Lost Boys against Nazi Captain Hook. Lastly, Brian gives his viewpoints on the long-awaited Justice League # 22, the start of the Trinity War. So many questions after this one, but a lot of exciting opportunities. The guys also review the latest in industry news including the latest controversy surrounding Orson Scott Card.

The Atomic Fallout Society... one day, we will all figure out what Tony is talking about... one day.

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Thursday, July 4, 2013

Episode 89 - Catching Up With The Atomic Fallout Society

After taking a break last week for a very good reason, the boys return to the internet with a lot of catching up to do. First, they do a quick review of LAST WEEK'S books before jumping into this week's picks.

For this week, Brian reviews the latest Detective Comics from John Layman and the intro of a new bad-ass villain. David reviews the debut book for Pandora, a character that will play a significant part in the upcoming Trinity War storyline for DC. Lastly, Tony reviews "Deadpool Kills Deadpool" and in the process makes both Brian and Dave sick and angry. But could this Deadpool title be the title to end all Deadpool titles? Or is Tony just kidding himself?

Tony also brings us up-to-date with the latest news in Speculator's Corner, and they are now posting articles on the best comic book titles in 2013. Somehow, this doesn't vibe with The Atomic Fallout Society.

The Atomic Fallout Society... we will be playing a major part in the new Neil Gaiman "Sandman" book, seriously.

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