46 episódios

Oh great,  Another comic book podcast.  We're about 10 years too late, right?  Dude, I agree and you're totally right.  And we're probably not the first of our kind nor will we be the last.  We are a bi-weekly comic book podcast that talks about ::drumroll::  you guessed it,  COMIC BOOKS!  But not just any comic books.  Only #1's.  Maybe you've always wanted to jump on to a new series but you're worried if it's worth spending your hard earned dollars?   We tell you if the book is worthy of continuing after the first issue.   You might agree.  You might not.  Hell, we might not even agree.  But I can promise you one thing!  We will give you our honest opinions.Number One Comic Books is BI-WEEKLYFollow us on Twitter:  @N1CBpodEmail us at number1comicbooks@gmail.com                     -Hosted by Brian (Pop Culture Leftovers), Joe (Starkcast), Rebekah (Runaways TV Talk) and Rod (Turn It Up To Eleven: A Stranger Things Podcast)--- Theme song by MK Ultra "Tears in the Rain"   andNewRetroWave,LLC                  -Website:www.newretrowave.com- YouTube:http://www.youtube.com/user/NewRetroWave-Facebook:www.facebook.com/NewRetroWaveOfficial

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Oh great,  Another comic book podcast.  We're about 10 years too late, right?  Dude, I agree and you're totally right.  And we're probably not the first of our kind nor will we be the last.  We are a bi-weekly comic book podcast that talks about ::drumroll::  you guessed it,  COMIC BOOKS!  But not just any comic books.  Only #1's.  Maybe you've always wanted to jump on to a new series but you're worried if it's worth spending your hard earned dollars?   We tell you if the book is worthy of continuing after the first issue.   You might agree.  You might not.  Hell, we might not even agree.  But I can promise you one thing!  We will give you our honest opinions.Number One Comic Books is BI-WEEKLYFollow us on Twitter:  @N1CBpodEmail us at number1comicbooks@gmail.com                     -Hosted by Brian (Pop Culture Leftovers), Joe (Starkcast), Rebekah (Runaways TV Talk) and Rod (Turn It Up To Eleven: A Stranger Things Podcast)--- Theme song by MK Ultra "Tears in the Rain"   andNewRetroWave,LLC                  -Website:www.newretrowave.com- YouTube:http://www.youtube.com/user/NewRetroWave-Facebook:www.facebook.com/NewRetroWaveOfficial

    Issue #36 20XX, Red Mother, The Old Guard: Force Multiplied, Star Trek: Picard - Countdown

    Issue #36 20XX, Red Mother, The Old Guard: Force Multiplied, Star Trek: Picard - Countdown

    (Brian's Pick) 20XX from IMAGE COMICS written by Jonathan Luna and Lauren Keeley with art by Jonathan Luna                                   
    This sci-fi thriller for mature readers imagines a not-so-distant future-a world of norms and syms, divided by fear. Syms, a small percentage of the population with telekinetic abilities, form gangs to survive. But division only breeds more division, and Mer and Nuon experience this firsthand as they become entangled in the often dramatic, sometimes violent, but always complex social landscape of sym gang rivalries in Anchorage, Alaska.                              
    (Joe's Pick) The Red Mother from BOOM! Studios written by Jeremy Haun with art by Danny Luckert                                       
    After losing her eye and the man she loves in a brutal mugging, Daisy McDonough is left trying to put the pieces of her life back together. Just when she begins to think she can heal- move on, she begins to see strange things through her new prosthetic eye. And The Red Mother sees her in return.                                   
    (Rod's Pick) The Old Guard: Force Multiplied from IMAGE COMICS written by Greg Rucka with art by Leandro Fernandez                              
    Andromache of Scythia and her band of soldiers are back in this second story chronicling the battles and burdens of their dubious immortality. Nile's addition to the team has given them new purpose and new direction, but when you've got 6,000 years of history at your back, the past is always ready to return-with a vengeance.                                    
    (Rebekah's Pick) Star Trek: Picard - Countdown from IDW Publishing written by Kirsten Beyer and Mike Johnson with art by Joana Lafuente                                  
    You've seen the trailer... now, witness the events leading to CBS All Access's Picard. Before he retired to his vineyard, Jean-Luc Picard was the most decorated admiral in Starfleet. Then one mission changed his life forever. The Countdown starts here!

    • 1h 48 min
    Issue #35 Family Tree, Undiscovered Country, Money Shot, Heart Attack

    Issue #35 Family Tree, Undiscovered Country, Money Shot, Heart Attack

    (Joe's Pick) Money Shot from VAULT PRODUCTIONS written by Tim Seeley with art by Rebekah Isaacs                  
    In the near future, space travel is ludicrously expensive and largely ignored. Enter Christine Ocampos, inventor of the Star Shot teleportation device. Her big idea: She'll travel to new worlds, engage-intimately-with local aliens, and film her exploits for a jaded earth populace trying to find something new on the internet. Now, Chris and her merry band of scientist-cum-pornstars explore the universe, each other, and the complexities of sex in MONEY SHOT! A story about scientists having sex with aliens for the glory of mankind-and money.                \
    (Rebekah's Pick) Undiscovered Country from IMAGE COMICS written by Scott Synder and Charles Soule with art by Giuseppe Camuncoli                      
    In this special oversized first issue, readers will journey into the near future, and an unknown nation that was once the United States of America-a land that's become shrouded in mystery after walling itself off from the rest of the world without explanation over thirty years ago. When a team seeking a cure for a global pandemic breaches U.S. borders, they quickly find themselves in a struggle to survive this strange and deadly lost continent!                                
    (Rod's Pick) Heart Attack from IMAGE COMICS written by Shawn Kittelsen with art by Eric Zawadzki                               \
    Gene therapy has saved Americans from disease-only to give birth to Variants: people with powers so unique, the government denies their human rights. But a rebellion has begun...
    Charlie North is on the run from the police when he crosses paths with Jill Kearney. Instant attraction becomes mass destruction when they unlock powers neither knew they had. Now, the question isn't how to use them-but how far they're willing to go.                            
    (Brian's Pick) Family Tree from IMAGE COMICS written by Jeff Lemire with art by Phil Hester                            
    When an eight-year-old girl literally begins to transform into a tree, her single mom, troubled brother, and possibly insane grandfather embark on a bizarre and heart-wrenching odyssey across the back roads of America in a desperate search for a way to cure her horrifying transformation before it's too late.
    But the farther they get from home, the more forces threaten to tear the family apart as fanatical cults, mercenaries, and tabloid Paparazzi close in, determined to destroy the girl-or use her for their own ends.

    • 1h 4 min
    Issue #34 Something Is Killing The Children, Catalyst Prime: Seven Days, Marked, Joker: Year of the Villain

    Issue #34 Something Is Killing The Children, Catalyst Prime: Seven Days, Marked, Joker: Year of the Villain

    (Brian's Pick) Marked from IMAGE COMICS written by David Hine with art by Brian Haberlin                        
    The Marked may look like cool young influencers, but beneath the designer clothes, their bodies are tattooed with the magical glyphs of an ancient order that secretly protects the world against evil forces. With no new occult threats, The Marked use their tattooed powers solely for the pursuit of pleasure until a young woman called Liza creates a dangerous new form of Hybrid Sorcery. The party is over for The Marked. You'll believe in magic -- terrifying, soul-destroying magic.                            
    (Rebekah's Pick) Catalyst Prime: Seven Days from LION FORGE COMICS written by Gail Simone with art by José Luís and Jonas Trindade                    
    DAY ONE: Lorena Payan was the first to realize a meteor was hurtling towards Earth two years ago. Now, she's the first to realize the Earth is in danger once more from something equally cosmic but far more sinister. As dubbed by a mystery figure, the Obsidian Men begin appearing silently all over the globe, and our heroes Noble, Summit, and Accell join together to investigate.                                     
    (Rod's Pick) Joker: Year of the Villain from DC COMICS wrtten by Anthony Burch and John Carpenter with art by Philip Tan                               
    In the Year of the Villain, what's a Clown Prince of Crime to do when the world has started to accept doing bad as the only way to live? Out-bad everyone else, of course! The Joker is on a mission to get his mojo back and prove to the world that there is no greater villainy than the kind that leaves you laughing.
    This special one-shot is co-written by legendary film auteur John Carpenter (The Thing, Halloween) and Anthony Burch (the Borderlands video games), making for a Joker comic that's twisted in ways you never imagined!                                                         
    (Joe's Pick) Something Is Killing The Children from BOOM! STUDIOS written by James Tynion IV with art by Werner Dell'Edera                                 
    GLAAD Award-winning writer James Tynion IV (Memetic, Batman: Detective Comics) teams with artist Werther Dell'Edera (Briggs Land) for an all-new limited series about staring into the abyss to find your worst fears staring back.
    When the children of Archer's Peak begin to go missing, everything seems hopeless. Most children never return, but the ones that do have terrible stories-impossible stories of terrifying creatures that live in the shadows. Their only hope of finding and eliminating the threat is the arrival of a mysterious stranger, one who believes the children and claims to see what they can see. Her name is Erica Slaughter. She kills monsters. That is all she does, and she bears the cost because it MUST be done.
     

    • 1h 21 min
    Bonus Episode: Stealth Hammer Kickstarter with Ryan Drost

    Bonus Episode: Stealth Hammer Kickstarter with Ryan Drost

    Brian and Joe Stark talk with Ryan Drost of the Star Joes podcast about his new Kickstarter project an all ages comic book Stealth Hammer.                      
    The goal of the Kickstarter is to create the first issue of a true all-ages comic (meaning something anyone of any age can read and enjoy, not just for kids). Once that is produced, I’ll be looking to shop it around to hopefully be picked up and create a series. The Kickstarter will fund the costs for the artwork (all done by new amazing artist Alexandra Scott, currently artist on web comic Woven), the printing, costs to produce some of the rewards, and to cover taxes on the income. I’m receiving no income from this campaign. The comic will be a 22 page story. There will be a stretch goal that will allow for the 5 page Kickstarter story to also be printed in the first issue. There will be a variant cover by Robert Atkins, and a pinup in the interiors done by Shannon Gallant.                          
    The elevator pitch of the story:                             
    Jami Taylor is a college student going to school for graphic design. Her parents are famous scientist/inventor, Dr. Everett Taylor, and world traveling interior designer, Veronica Taylor. Even with successful parents, Jami has always worked hard to make her own mark in the world. This drive and her spirit of adventure came from her grandmother, Patricia Taylor, who explored the world to help those in need. Jami’s never give up attitude became critical when she found herself victim to sabotage in her father’s lab. This left her with incredible powers that will lead her to a much larger world. The first issue is an origin story, but layered in the dialogue and the images, you’ll find hints to legacy, mythical beings, alternate dimensions, and more. While this is the start of a new adventure, as Jami would say, “That’s not how this story ends!”

    • 1h
    Issue #33 Strayed, The White Trees, Batman Superman, Invasion from Planet Wrestletopia

    Issue #33 Strayed, The White Trees, Batman Superman, Invasion from Planet Wrestletopia

    (Brian's Pick) The White Trees written by Chip Zdarsky with art by Kris Anka and Matt Wilson
    MINISERIES PREMIERE! Acclaimed Daredevil writer CHIP ZDARSKY teams up with superstar Runaways artists KRIS ANKA and MATT WILSON for this spectacular OVERSIZED TWO-ISSUE MINISERIES! In the fantastical world of Blacksand, peace was hard-won, and three unbending warriors carry the scars to prove it. Now, almost twenty years later, their children are missing and war is on the horizon. Can they put aside their memories of the war-and each other-for one last adventure?                                  
    (Rod's Pick) Strayed from DARK HORSE COMICS written by Carlos Giffoni with art by Juan Doe                  
    In the far future, a military-industrial complex reigns over all humanity and actively destroys distant alien worlds. The galaxy's only hope can be found through an unlikely pair: an astral-projecting cat named Lou and his loving owner Kiara. Trading nine lives for the well-being of billions, their revolt is a battle for love, friendship, compassion, and the soul of humanity.
    (Joe's Pick) Batman Superman from DC COMICS written by Joshua Williamson with art by David Marquez                            
    Up in the sky, in the dark of the night, trust no one-for the Secret Six walk among us. Spinning out of the devastating events of the Batman Who Laughs, Superman and Batman are together once more in an all-new monthly series-and they're facing a terrifying new threat that could strike from anywhere. The Dark Knight and the Man of Steel must journey into the depths of Gotham City to learn which of their fellow heroes has been transformed into the horrifying horseman of their most dangerous and deranged foe ever. Our heroes will need to fight to survive, but an even more dangerous question lurks in the shadows: Can Superman and Batman even trust each other?                             
    (Rebekah's Pick) Invasion from Planet Wrestletopia from SBI Press written by Ed Kuehnel and Matt Entin with art by Dan Schkade and Marissa Louise                                
    When a disgruntled professional wrestler declares himself "galactic champion of the universe" an alien planet of wrestlers sees it as an act of war!A hilarious THIRTY-TWO PAGE megaextravaganza kicks off this limited comic book series with art by Dan Schkade, colors by Marissa Louise and lettering by A Larger World Studios. Created & Written by award-winning writers Matt Entin & Ed Kuehnel.
     

    • 1h 16 min
    Issue #32 Superman: Year One, Test, Space Bandits, Invisible Woman

    Issue #32 Superman: Year One, Test, Space Bandits, Invisible Woman

    In this episode we're talking about 4 new #1 comic books: Superman: Year One, Test, Space Bandits and Invisible Woman.              
    (Brian's pick) Invisible Woman from MARVEL COMICS written by Mark Waid art by Mattia De Iulis                                 
    Fresh from the pages of FANTASTIC FOUR, for the first time Susan Storm-Richards stars in her own limited series - and the secrets about her past revealed therein will shake readers' perceptions of the Invisible Woman forevermore! Years ago, she undertook an espionage mission for S.H.I.E.L.D. - and now it's up to her to save her former partner from death at the hands of international terrorists!                                                   
    (Rod's Pick) Test from VAULT PRODUCTIONS written by Christopher Sebela art by Jennifer Hickman                           
    Aleph Null is a lot of things: An orphan, a human guinea pig undergoing medical tests for cash, a bodyhacker, a hardcore future junkie, and a corporate asset. But now, Aleph is on the run from their old life, in search of a mythical, Midwestern town named Laurelwood-where they're test-marketing the future with tech that can't possibly exist yet, and won't for decades.                      
    (Rebekah's Pick) Superman: Year One from DC COMICS written by Frank Miller art by John Romita Jr.                                  
    From the burning world of Krypton to the bucolic fields of Kansas, the first chapter of SUPERMAN YEAR ONE tracks Clark Kent's youth in Kansas, as he comes to terms with his strange powers and struggles to find his place in our world. DC BLACK LABEL is proud to present the definitive origin of Superman as rendered by the legendary comics creators Frank Miller and John Romita Jr.!                                              
    (Joe's Pick) Space Bandits from IMAGE COMICS written by Mark Millar art by Matteo Scalera                                      
    MINISERIES PREMIERE! Thena Khole and Cody Blue are among the universe's most wanted felons. Each the leader of their own criminal ops, they run heists across the galaxies-hopping from ship to ship to fleece everyone inside. But when both women are betrayed by their crews, the bandits only have one thing on their minds: REVENGE.

    • 1h 15 min

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