All Comics Considered is a comics podcast dedicated to bringing a positive and welcoming attitude to all things related to comic books. From the Big Two and Boom! To the MCU and Image, if it has to do with a comic, we want to talk about it!
Episode 18: Ultimate Spider-man
This week, Marty, Tim, and Nick return 1610 to discuss Ultimate Spider-man! What makes this series so important to Marty and Nick? How did Nick react to Marty's reading of USM at GenCon? Join us to find out!
Ultimate Spider Man
Writer: Bendis Artist: Bagely
Episode 17: Books of Magic
Hey there ACCtion heroes, want to walk the labyrinth? Careful, if you agree to walk the path, you'll end up like young Tim Hunter, the greatest magician of his age! This week, Marty, Tim, and Nick do a deep dive into the Vertigo classic, Books of Magic mini-series by Gaiman, Bolton, Vess, Hampton, and Johnson. We do talk about Vol2 a little bit, but let's be honest: we're really here for Tim Hunter and John Constantine (and maybe not even in that order)
We also give a quick Pullbox -- Remember that kid's show XEMU? -- and discuss some of our favorite Hispanic superheroes
Books of Magic:
Book One Artist: John Bolton
Book Two Artist: Scott Hampton
Book Three Artist: Charles Vess
Book Four Artist: Paul Johnson
Marty -- Decorum: W: Hickman A: Huddleston
Nick -- Immortal Hulk: Xemu Storyline W: Ewing A: Rodriguez, Bennet
Tim -- Marvels X W: Krueger A: Stanojevic
Episode 16: A Very, Very Chaotic Pullbox
This week, Marty, Tim and Nick do a deep dive into what we've been reading comics wise. This week, Nick goes into why he is not happy with how the Dawn of X titles have been spinning out -- even if he likes specific books. Like Marauders. You're reading Mauraders, right?
Tim does a deep dive into Dark Nights Metal, following his dive into Bendis' Superman run. We try to make a little sense of The Batman who Laughs, but you're going to have to listen to find out of if this is our Jam.
Marty talks about Ironman 2020. It's certainly the end of a series!
Episode 15: Days of Future Past
Hey there ACCtion heroes, want to hear about one of the most influential and iconic comics? Of course you do, you're a rabid listener of ACC!
Today, Tim, Nick, and Marty are going to delve into Days of Future Past, the Claremont/Byrne book that set up a thousands story lines -- lines you can draw straight to Hox Pox.
In addition to Days of Future past, we have:
Marty: X-men #11: W: Hickman, A: Yu
Tim: Strange Academy W: Young, A: Ramos
And Nick makes a prediction about how Hox/Pox/Dox ends!! Come for the review, stay for the wild predictions!
Episode 14: Pullbox with Marty and Tim
Hey there folks, how are you? Are you good? Are you as good as Marty and Tim hanging out and talking about comics? If you aren't now, you will be by the end of the episode! This week, our Dynamic Duo go down a list of comics they're reading and talk about the late, great, Chadwick Boseman.
The future of Black Panther
Silk Origin Story
What we do in the Shadows
Episode 13: Far Sector with Caitlin Rosberg
Hey there ACC-tion heroes! This week, Marty, Tim, and Nick are joined by the one and only Caitlín Rosberg to talk about the amazing book Far Sector! While we've talked about N.K. Jemisin and Jamal Campbell's amazing take on Green Lantern before, in this episode we do a deep dive into the text AND mythology of Green Lantern, with Caitlin as our guide
If you love world-building, you will love the City that NK Jemisin built with Jamal. If you want to read a book that addresses current social problems, you will love this book. If you think you don't care for Green Lanterns, then follow along with us. You will absolutely love this book!
Customer ReviewsSee All
Great fun with a strong cast
Entertaining discussions of comics past and present, with a focus on the big 2 and Image. Chemistry of the cast is excellent and makes the conversations enjoyable and fun. If you have issues with social justice, this isn't the podcast you're looking for.
One of the few comics podcasts that is entertaining to both huge fans and people like me who only read a bit.
I look forward to the discussion and energy every week. Great insight into the industry and its always fun listening to Marty be wrong.