Posted by: Jeff Lester on January 10, 2012
Tags: Action Comics, Andy Kubert, Brad Bird, Brandon Seifert, Charles Forsman, Chuck Dixon, Dan Didio, Defenders, Downton Abbey, dreams about comics, Ed Brubaker, Fatale, Freak Angels, G.I. Joe, George Perez, getting hacked, Graeme, Grant Morrison, Jeff, Jeff Lemire, John Porcellino, Kieron Gillen, King-Cat Comics, Lukas Ketner, Marv Wolfman, Matt Fraction, Mission Impossible, Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol, Mud Man, New Teen Titans, OMAC, Paul Grist, Seal Team Six, Sean Phillips, Secret Avengers, Terry Dodson, The Drops of God, The End of the Fucking World, Tom Cruise, Uncanny X-Men, Wait What?, Warren Ellis, Witch Doctor
The Pact still holds! Another week in 2012, another episode of Wait, What?
We are still experimenting with the done-in-one podcast (although many of you have used our comments thread to weigh in and say you like multiple eps. because it gave you something to look forward to…which I was worried might be the case but nobody articulated it before the change-up). I’m thinking I might get us back to two installments (or more) per ep. because something about it reminds me of the way Marvel U.K. used to chop up stories from U.S. Marvel comics and that sorta fits Graeme and I, in a way.
But, uh, it may be a while because there’s something nice about only recording one intro, mixing one episode, etc., etc. So here is all two and half hours of Wait, What? Ep. 70, with the dauntless Graeme McMillan and the all-too-full-of-daunts me talking getting hacked, dreams about comics, Brubaker and Philips’ Fatale, the Elseworlds 80 page giant, Chuck Dixon’s G.I. Joe comic for IDW and Seal Team Six, Defenders #2, Action Comics #5, OMAC #5, Uncanny X-Men #4, New Teen Titans, Downton Abbey, Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol, Avengers Annual, Freak Angels, Mud Man, Witch Doctor: The Resuscitation and King Cat Comics #72 by John Porcellino (the star of the short embedded above).
Sensible souls surely spotted said spirited show (on iTunes), but for hearty heroes hoping to hear happenings here (hear, hear!):
As always, we appreciate your patronage and thank you for listening!