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 41: Sean and Caitlin talk Bliss!
ACC-tion heroes, we shouldn't play favorites...but we will. Sean and Caitlin are some of our super star creators who have been wonderful interviewees. Today, we bring them both back to talk about Bliss' Trade, their new projects: Black Hammer for Caitlin, King Spawn for Sean, and what the future holds.
Episode 40: Loki -- Season 1, Episode 1
This week, Marty, Tim, and Nick jump into the new Disney+, Loki. Yes, it's 2 weeks behind -- but this is to give folks time to catch up with the show and see if our predictions are true.
For instance: Who are the Time Lords? (Marty says it's Kangs.) What's going on with the OTHER Loki? Is Owen Wilson's Moebius connected to another Marvel Character?
Join us for discussing a show that we're all pretty excited for!
Episode 39: No Nick? Time for a Pullbox!
The best laid plans and scripts of podcasters are often laid waste by real life. So when Nick takes a knee, what do Tim and Marty do? Why, we do another pullbox! This time, also featuring the graphic novel Tim gifted Marty: The Sword of Glass!
First, here's the article from Comics XF that Marty mentioned, written by Ritesh Babu. Read it!
Secondly, a lockjaw note: Marty kept calling Trinary, "trinity." We apologize for such a mistake and will do better when addressing mutants in the future.
Here's what we're reading!
Thor: Prey -- W: Donny Cates, A: Copiel, C: Wilson
X-Corp: -- W: Howard, A: Duarte
Hellions: -- W: Wells, A: Sergovia
Children of the Atom: -- W: Ayala, A: Chang
Magnificent Ms Marvel: -- W: Ahmed, A:Jung
Fantastic Four: -- W: Slot, A: Silva
Sword of Glass:-- W: Corgiat, A: Zuccheri
X-Men #18: -- W: Hickman, Asrar
Episode 38: Pullbox with Tim and Marty
This week, Marty and Tim talk about the books they are reading. And a quick note about our sound: Zencastr seems to have changed the inputs on Marty's mic between sound checks, so we apologize for the sound.
Here are the books we are recommending this week!
Eternals:Kieron Gillian, Esad Ribic, Matthew Wilson
Nocterra -- Scott Snyder, Tomeu Morey, Tony S Daniel
Wolverine: Red, White, and Blood -- Various Creative Teams
Excalibur -- Howard, To
Taskmaster -- Mackay, Vitti
S.W.O.R.D. -- Ewing, Schiti
Juggernaut -- Nicienza, Garvey
X-force -- Percy, Cassara
Daredevil -- Zdarsky, Checcheto
The Story of My T**s -- Jennifer Hayden
Sweeth Tooth -- Lemire, Villarrubia
AND We recommend that we each read the following books:
Tim says Marty should read: Sword of Glass -- Corgiat, Zuccheri
Marty says Tim should read: Curse Words (Soule, Browne) and Last of the Independents (Fraction, Dwyer)
Marty says Nick should read: COWL (Higgins, Siegel)
Episode 37: GoodAsian
Hey there ACC-tion heroes! Today we give a SPOILERY review of Pornsak Picketshote's and Alexandre Tefenkgi's The Good Asian, from Image. It is absolutely no secret that we're fans of Pornsak's work as a writer and editor, and we had an absolute blast with him in our interview with him (Volume 2, Episode 35, btw.) And here we get to go into great detail about WHY.
In a line, if you like noir thrillers and social justice, this is the book for you.
Episode 36: Falcon and The Winter Soldier Recap with Director Warren Williams
Hey There Acction heroes! To wrap up our coverage of Falcon and The Winter Solider (note, there will be spoilers!) we invited community organizer, director, and editor extraordinaire, Warren Williams to help us recap the entire show. We revisit our discussion of Sam and Misogyny, talk about how weirdly chaste the MCU is, and we even briefly discuss Daredevil.
Spoiler on DD: Marty's solo on this one!
We had a blast connecting with Warren, and we are so looking forward to letting you in on this conversation. Clearly, we're going to have him back.
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.