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Wait, What? Ep. 32.2: It Can Destroy The World.

Jeff Lester


As much as I wanted a cover of the Captain America Jack Kirby Omnibus here, I couldn’t find one that really grabbed me (or didn’t seem kinda small, which is exactly the opposite of the effect when you see the friggin’ thing) and so here is the cover of the third cover of Sean Chiki‘s Wunderkammer, which we discuss herein:

Wait, What? Ep. 32.2: It Can Destroy The World.

It’s available on Itunes and here, and perhaps floating about on some semi-cosmic curl of subconsciousness. In it, we also discuss the upcoming teams on Punisher and Daredevil, Stokoe’s Won Ton Soup, X-Force #5, and others.

As always, we hope you enjoy, and thanks for listening!

One Response to “ Wait, What? Ep. 32.2: It Can Destroy The World. ”

  1. Uncanny X-Force is probably the best thing Rick Reminder has written since the early Fear Agent stuff. I just wish it wasn’t bogged down by so much of the current status quo of the current X-men books.

    Exploring the moral quandaries of things like preemptive murder and “the greater good” are perfectly sound subjects, but when they start going on about Cyclops deserving to not know about it and going into the “heavy is the heart that kills” routine, I start rolling my eyes.

    Also, I will never stop criticizing the costumes. What’s the point of wearing a secret spy “Black Ops” costume if it looks exactly like your other publicly recognizable costume…only devoid of all color? These are comic books, splash some color on those pages.

    I imagine a scene in New Avengers where Wolverine shows up for a meeting and accidentally puts on the wrong costume. As a result of it not being yellow, nobody recognizes him.

    I guess I’m just a crank. Otherwise it’s a great book and is the only X-book that I’ve read regularly since…oh, I guess the first couple of Mike Carey issues of Uncanny X-Men when Cable died.

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