Posted by: Jeff Lester on February 21, 2012
Tags: Avengers Vs. X-Men, Brian Michael Bendis, Charlie Adlard, DC, Gary Friedrich, Ghost Rider, Graeme, Jack Kirby, Jeff, Jimmy Doohan, John Rozum, Marvel, New 52, OMAC, Potemkin Villages, Robert Kirkman, Scott McDaniel, Star Trek, Static Shock, Superman, The Vampire Diaries, The Walking Dead, Thermos of Dewars, Tony Moore, Wait What?, William Shatner
[Above: Not a deliberate shout-out, I’m sure, but we’ll take what we can get, of course.]
Thanks for your patience during our mild vacation! In return, we offer you Wait, What? Ep. 75, which features more than two and twenty minutes of Graeme McMillan and me “stealing the air” or “pump[ing] up the volume” or whatever it is you “kids” call it. [Thanks to Joolian for pointing out that should really read “two hours and twenty minutes,” damn my eyes!]
Do we talk Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore, and The Walking Dead? Do we, ever! Dare we discuss Gary Friedrich, Ghost Rider and Marvel? Dare, we do! Tire I of answering rhetorical questions? Frankly, yes, but I won’t let that get in the way of telling you we also chat about L.J. Smith and The Vampire Diaries; John Rozum, Scott McDaniel, and Static Shock; and James Doohan and William Shatner and Star Trek.
Also, there’s Brian Bendis’ ideas for the New 52; sales expectations for the Marvel and DC; Marvel’s possible reboot and their strategies for Avengers Vs. X-Men; the myth of the Marvel Architects; Joss Whedon and Buffy The Vampire Slayer; and et cetera, and what have you, and like that.
If you were the type to indulge in auditorial gambols, you may have encountered our gift in the wild autumnal splendor that is iTunes (where nearly-extinct creatures like Ping and DRM still play). But if not, please take it as it is offered here, with utmost generosity and verbal pomposity:
As always, we thank you for listening and hope you enjoy!