October 9, 2011

Awesomed By Comics Podcast Episode #154

This episode of the Awesomed By Comics Podcast is brought to you by the final standings from this year's Awesomed By Fantasy Baseball league, which ended with Power Listener Dann's team beating Fellow Podcaster Tom's team in the finals. Aaron's team only beat the other two people who also gave up on the league sometime in May. Great week for The Boys, The Penguin, Moon Knight and Chew. Either a good or a terrible week for Avengers and the end of Schism, depending on who you ask about either. And the best-ever week for the Bone Baron, who is a skeleton pimp with a lance, riding a donkey.



Also, Evie's mom says hi!

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Dalek Jeter is an awesome name.

But it looks like Fear Itself isn't the only thing Fraction failed at this season.

Oh snap!

Yeah I said it.

Shawn said...

Yeah, Romita Jr. drawn Spider Woman hair reminds me of a damn broom.

RE: Elvira's hair. That's a wig, girlfriend.

I guess I am going to need to check out The Boys. Hope the early trades aren't too hard to find.

DC's Justice League International didn't originally survive my DC 52 pull list, but your comments inspired me to check out #2.

Don't forget to check out Kevin Keller #3 this week! It's syrupy, but kinda fun.

Looking forward to your thoughts about NY Comic-Con!

Haydn Requiem in C-Minus,

-Shawn

Psycho Judge Metal Gear said...

Nice show as usual folks.

Ha just gotta say, the "fail theme" being an awesome metal riff is hilarious, since it sounds like it'd be the best segment of the how.

Goes to show ya, one man's badass metal riff is another man's gold, or something.