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The Comic Board Eps #18 LIVE Podcast- Comic News, Top 5 Comics, NCBD Picks

The Comic Board Eps #18 LIVE Podcast- Comic News, Top 5 Comics, NCBD Picks

Welcome to The Comic Board; your one-stop shop for everything related to this week’s new comic book releases. We not only cover the big two in comic publishing, DC & Marvel, but also Image, Valiant, Aftershock, Boom Studios, Dark Horse, and a host of other independent publishers.
 
Each week J.T. and Blackpoll will cover their top 5 picks of the week as well as their least favorite pick. But before we get there, we’ll discuss comic news, answer listener questions, and tackle a discussion question or two. Recorded live every week this interactive live show takes questions, comments, and sometimes even ridicule, direct from the chat.
 
We record live every Tuesday at 11am EST/10am CST on The Comic Board Youtube channel. If you’re interested in talking anything comic related, come on by our Youtube channel and join in the discussion. As always, be supportive of the comic community and happy reading!
 

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Super Podcasto Magnifico! Ep. #248: The Defenders! The Button! Digital Leia! Comics!

Super Podcasto Magnifico! Ep. #248: The Defenders! The Button! Digital Leia! Comics!

On this podcast we talk about The Defenders, The Watchmen button and a digital General Leia. Then it’s comics time with reviews of God Country, Heavy Metal and Justice League/Power Rangers. Go, go listen!

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EXCLUSIVE – Turncoat: Issue 1

Indie Comics 2_135x135Hi, and welcome, to this week’s installment of Indie Comics. This week I am going to have a look at issue one of Turncoat, a neo-noir detective tale set in the aftermath of a lengthily alien invasion of Earth, published by BOOM! Studios.

 

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George Perez Exclusive To Boom! Studios

George told while being interviewed by Comic Book Resources that Marvel and DC Comics have grown “more and more corporate driven”.

“Many of the characters I grew up with were turning into strangers whose adventures were determined by factors that had less and less to do with what made a good comic story and more to do with how these properties can be exploited for other purposes,” said George.

“There’s nothing wrong with that, I guess, but not something that I felt was particularly satisfying for me as a storyteller.” More