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Wait, What? Ep. 149: The Finger on the Button

Jeff Lester

(Classic Roy Thomas Avengers caption in that (a) it tries to make you think, and (b) it talks about there being a button being pushed when in fact it’s actually a lever being pulled. Art by Neal Adams.) Hey, it is that time again! Graeme & Jeff!  Jeff & Graeme!  Comic books & Avengers! Avengers & comic books!  Robitussin & turkey!  Turkeys & comic books & Avengers & Graeme & Jeff! After the jump: show notes & podcast! Podcast & show notes! Show notes & turkeys & Avengers & podcasts &

Wait, What? Ep. 140: THX-1138 GIVING

Jeff Lester

It’s Tom Scioli’s American Barbarian family at a feast–that’s pretty Thanksgiving-y, right? Yes, and hello! Maybe not as late as usual, but probably twice as rushed as I managed to survive Thanksgiving #1 last week and now have to start packing and planning for Thanksgiving #2 this week. So: behind the jump, show notes of a somewhat speedy kind and the actual podcast itself. Join us, will you not?

Wait, What? Ep. 115: Less Than Greek

Jeff Lester

“It’s funny! It says ‘I choo-choo-choose you’ and then there’s a picture of Aquaman.” Well, on the plus side? It is a Monday and we have a new Wait, What? for you–almost an entire day early! On the minus side, we won’t be recording this week due to Valentine’s Day, so there won’t be a recording next week, I am totally behind the eight ball on my other projects, and I couldn’t get Graeme to draw a Don-Wan Kihotay for us. After the jump, this week’s episode and some super-speedy show notes!

Wait, What? Ep. 113: Technically Difficult

Jeff Lester

A page from Shotaro Ishinomori’s Kikaider, which we didn’t even discuss this week but which I kinda adore, nonetheless… ATTENTION, ATTENTION, NEXT WEEK WILL BE A SKIP WEEK FOR THE PODCAST.  NEXT WAIT IS A WEEK, WHAT? SKIPCAST! You may not care.  In fact, you may be relieved but either way, Graeme and I will not be talking one another’s ear off this week so there won’t be anything for you to listen to from us next week.  Maybe you can get out of the house for a bit?  Go for a walk?  Realize that although it’s probably too late to do that “52 books  in 52 weeks” you promised, you can maybe still get in 48 in 48 weeks?…  Read More…

Wait, What? Ep. 108: Frightful

Jeff Lester

I love, love, love that lonely little “beep.” Man, the holiday season, amirite? Emerging from the primordial swamp of Black Friday, Cyber-Monday, Fat Tuesday and Sexting Sunday, it’s the show notes for Wait, What? Ep. 108…right behind the jump!

Its my bar of chocolate, give it to me NOW!

Brian Hibbs

OK, MarvelNOW! has pretty much gotten going, where did we leave off…?  

Wait, What? Ep. 107: Hardly Working

Jeff Lester

Australian, as she is spoke–from All-New X-Men #1, by Brian Bendis and Stuart Immonen So, I am loathe to admit it…but I totally did that thing where I was running under the gun and so the show notes have a certain je ne sais LEAVE FIFTY THOUSAND IN THE TRASH CAN AT EAST ENTRANCE OF CENTRAL PARK OR SHE IS DEAD quality to them. Nonetheless, after the jump: show notes!

Wait, What? Ep. 106: You Are Number Six.

Jeff Lester

At Graeme’s Behest: the cover to Colder #1 Yeah, that’s a pleasant way to get your Tuesday rolling, eh? Anyhoo, very truncated version of things this time around, I’m afraid but after the jump…show notes!

Wait, What? Ep. 105: Ringing Endorsements

Jeff Lester

Brandon Graham’s Multiple Warheads: Worth the Trip Safe and dry on the left coast, we are willing and able to provide you with two-plus hours of distraction.  At no point in the following podcast do we mention the extensive rat population of New York clawing their way to higher ground even if it means going through dark, electricity free apartments and the helpless population contained therein to do so.  Not once! So…join us after the jump and help us think happy thoughts, won’t you?

“Nobody Messes With The USA And Gets Away With It!” COMICS! Sometimes They Are Liberal-Leaning!

John Kane

Hello! If you were at Comic-Con on Friday 13th then I’m sure you did the decent thing and spent the hours of 2 to 4 at the Hermes Press booth where Howard Victor Chaykin was due to manifest in physical form, to enrich all who gathered to hear about his forthcoming BUCK ROGERS project. I wasn’t there due to restraining orders and such legal trifles that need not concern us here, but I did read a HVC book so I didn’t feel too bereft. So, without any further ado lets dunk the silky biscuits of our attention in the hot and steaming coffee of HVC comics! Cawfee! “I Like Ike!”(1) Oh yeah, this one’s for all the patriots out there!

Hibbsing into the first week of November!

Brian Hibbs

I lost last week to GTA: San Andreas. It was on crazy sale on Steam (under $5), and I let myself get tempted and sucked in, and read very very little last week. But I’m back now!

Wait, What? Ep. 52.1: Dream Team Supreme

Jeff Lester

The time has come again for us to answer questions from listeners who follow Graeme and myself on Twitter. It’s always a struggle for Graeme and I to stay on topic long enough to answer everyone’s questions, and the struggle here hits near-epic proportions. For example, I won’t tell you the question, but here’s one of my answers: Jim Starlin, Shade the Changing Man Bill Mantlo and Michael Golden, Green Lantern Steve Gerber with whoever he wants (though it should be Curt Swan), Superman Don McGregor and P. Craig Russell, Wonder Woman Len Wein/Marv Wolfman and Gene Colan, The Demon Michael Fleisher and John Buscema, Claw the Unconquered Steve Englehart and Gil Kane, The Flash Howard Chaykin, Jonny Double Chris…  Read More…

“It’s Not Like I Have Much DOWNTIME Anyway…” Comics! Sometimes I Fear Craft May Not Be Enough!

John Kane

When I’m not inadvertently lying about Wally Wood creating Captain Britain I read comics and then I write some poorly judged words. Yeah, salesmanship!

“Hey, Title that Post, Hibbs!” — stuff from 7/20

Brian Hibbs

Two Comics, and a Film!

Four ones and a sixty-seven: Hibbs on 7/13

Brian Hibbs

Comics, comics, comics! I’m dancin’ as fast as I can!

“…It’s not for free and it doesn’t come easy. It’s AMERICA!” Comics? I’m still reading ‘em!

John Kane

For pretty obvious reasons we don’t celebrate Independence Day over here but you guys sure seem to. Just to show you that there are no hard feelings I read some nationalistic comics and wrote some words about them for y’all. Be nice if you picked up the phone sometime, America. I know you moved out but we still worry about you.

Wait, What? Ep. 46: Sympathy for the Mephisto Analogue

Jeff Lester

So much time! So little to do! (Wait a minute. Reverse that.) It’s the latest episode of Wait, What? wherein Graeme McMillan and yours truly talk about those comic books what need talking about: Wolverine #9; Flashpoint tie-ins The Superman Project #1 and Reverse Flash #1; James Robinson’s JLA; Earth X; Green Lantern Mosaic; Kirby Genesis #1; Steve Englehart’s Captain America and much more. You might even discover the true identity of that cute little tyke up there. It should be available on iTunes by now, and it is also the sort of thing that you could be listening to here and now, if that’s the sort of thing that kung-pao’s your chicken: Wait, What? Ep. 45: Sympathy for the…  Read More…

Content w/o Contentment: Quick Capsule Reviews from Jeff

Jeff Lester

Oh, it’s all in the timing.  Always.  Earlier today, Graeme and I were podcasting and all I really had read that was all recent were two comic books.  Now, less than twelve hours later, I have five (and a graphic novel I haven’t yet finished).  Join me after the jump, won’t you?  If nothing else, I promise to be brief….

Wait, what’s this comic about again?: Graeme starts 4/4 on time, and late.

Graeme McMillan

I am, in far too many ways, a Jeph Loeb apologist. This isn’t because I think that Loeb is some kind of underrated genius or anything – He isn’t, although I maintain that his first six issues of Superman/Batman are a lost pop art gem – but just because I think that he gets waaay too much shit online. To read most of the things that have been written about him, you’d think that he was singlehandedly responsible for the downfall of the superhero comic through his work on things like Batman or Supergirl. It’s pretty unfair, I think – There are some things that he’s very good at; when it comes to big dumb old-school superhero epics that hit…  Read More…

Awesome!

Brian Hibbs

So, Ben showed me his first real signs of higher intelligence yesterday. We got him some blocks a month or so ago, and he did a lot of the “raking claw” and mostly just knocked them around the room. Which is cool, and all — he’s still a baby. But for the last week or so, everytime I’ve played with him I’ve tried patiently to show him how to stack the blocks. Didn’t really work, he mostly showed interest in knocking down the stack, flinging the blocks all over the room. This might have been because he was so excited he couldn’t control his fine movements, but I was starting to despair that he wasn’t figuring it out. Anyway, I’m…  Read More…