Wes talks about growing malaise among Marvel Comics fans. Event fatigue is one thing, but Marvel are burning fans out with constant retreads of classic stories, This week Marvel announced Jason Aaron’s AVENGERS will introduce a World War She-Hulk story. (00:00). Big Bang Comics reported Marvel are o
Publish Date: Apr 17, 2021
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Wes talks about growing malaise among Marvel Comics fans. Event fatigue is one thing, but Marvel are burning fans out with constant retreads of classic stories, This week Marvel announced Jason Aaron’s AVENGERS will introduce a World War She-Hulk story. (00:00). Big Bang Comics reported Marvel are offering more variant cover SKU’s than they have orders for HEROES REBORN #1. Comic writer Aaron Sparrow joins the show to talk about why it’s unhealthy for the industry. (12:31) Dok and Wes discuss Rod Lamberti of Rodman Comics questioning why Marvel hasn’t had a hit comic in almost 2 years. (34:21) X-Men historian Dok also talks about Marvel’s latest plan to relaunch X-MEN and move Jonathan Hickman to a secret title. (55:42) Marvel revealed the identities of the new X-Men team, spoiling one reason to read the upcoming HELLFIRE GALA event. (01:17:57) Perch and Wes examine the growing disconnect between the comic book industry and their customers. (01:36:21) They then wrap-up KING IN BLACK, the conclusion to Donny Cates and Ryan Stegman’s 3-year VENOM story. (02:02:27) Doug Ernst explains why forgoing Indiegogo and Kickstarter campaigns for his SOULFINDER: BLACK TIDE comic is drawing so much criticism. (02:22:26) Finally, Wes and Skip review episode 5 of THE FALCON AND THE WINTER SOLDIER. (02:38:00)
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