April 11, 2010

ABC Podcast #88 and Visual Aids

To North Philadelphia we won't go, on three comics is where we spent most of this show. Demo number three, S.H.I.E.L.D. number one, and Thor and the Warriors Four were all fun. Sparta USA has us both enthused, while Evie gets the Nemesis comics confused, Aaron loses to a listener at Pokemon battling, and we talk illegal downloads (don't you go tattling.) We're sponsored by Jaguars in a musical skit, and THIS SHOW MAKES KICK ASS LOOK LIKE $H!T.

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Cover(s) of the Week

From Demo #3 cover by Becky Cloonan


From Nemesis: The Imposters #2 cover by Daniel Luvisi


Panel(s) of the Week

From S.H.I.E.L.D. #1 by Jonathan Hickman and Dustin Weaver:


From Thor and the Warriors Four #1, by Alex Zalben and Gurihiru:

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

haha! GREAT show Evie and Aaron!! :D

Euge said...

This episode makes kick ass look like shit.

Derrick said...

I just got done listening to War Rocket Ajax & they talked about a subject close to my heart, booty bass songs. I was wondering which ones were your favorites.

aaron said...

'The Times They Are a-Changin' by Bob Dylan

Derrick said...

Isn't that the song that was playing at the beginning of Watchmen? If it was it wasn't bad.

Joe Kemp said...

Without having seen (but I'm on my way to Fat Jack's to look at) the Luke Cage North Philly story, I'd be willing to bet that North Philly in reality is just as crappy as North Philly in the comic. Yeah, probly.
Great show, y'all.

Anonymous said...

but I DO have to say how disappointed I am in you 2 for using/supporting illegal downloading sites... :(

Evie said...

Re: Download sites--I don't support piracy, but we downloaded Dr. Who, which is only being shown in the UK right now. Even when it comes to the U.S., it will be on BBC America, which we don't get. It's find it online or don't watch it for however many years until the DVDs come out in the U.S., and we decided that's not acceptable. This is the pretty standard way that Americans watch British TV, and probably vice versa. I'm sorry if you disapprove in this context.