July 6, 2008

ABC Podcast, Episode #4 and visual aids

Episode #4 is cleaned up all (relatively) nice, so please do it up and leave a review on the iTunes!

Description: Episode #4 of Awesomed By Comics is sponsored by Warren Ellis, so please enjoy our 14 other simultaneous podcasts including "Agent Podcast, Secret F*king Podcast" and "Knuckleberry Flynn and the Stranger Danger Bedpan of Destiny." Fables runs away with many awards and bad jokes, and Aaron presents an exclusive interview with a certain special man named Stan.

To supplement your enjoyment, I've posted the Panels and Covers of the Week (replacing Word Balloon) below.

Cover(s) of the Week

Evie's pick, from Fables #74 (cover by James Jean):

Aaron's pick, from Hellcat #1 (cover by Stuart Immonen):

Panel(s) of the Week

Aaron's pick, from Fables #74 (by Bill Willingham, art by Mark Buckingham):

Evie's pick, also from Fables #74:


Unknown said...

I've listened to the last two podcasts and they are great. very entertaining, yall keep it up.

I suppose I should go get Hellcat then...

Evie said...

Hey, thanks, and thanks for listening! If you wouldn't mind jotting down as much on iTunes, we'd greatly appreciate it. And yes, go get Hellcat, it rules.

wicked juan said...

It's difficult to beat a James Jean cover. The Immonen Hellcat is really, really gorgeous as well.

MM: Hellcat was a good, fun book. Gorgeous in the inside as well as the cover. Definitely worth a look.

Evie: You and Aaron are doing a great job with the podcast. I've been enjoying it each week. Keep up the great work!

I'm scared to hear you guys dish about Fables... I only get it in trade (for some reason, I like reading it better that way).

SallyP said...

Gosh, Fables WAS good this week!

Kristina said...

In Batman, it was Tim Drake in the beginning. I'm sure you've already been e-mailed, though.

Great podcast again--I love the conversation between your cat and Aaron in the beginning and you guys are getting funnier.

Maybe not the poetry quoting. ;) But maybe I'm just bitter over the Batman hate. We were totally polar opposites for worst book/best book otw.

Evie said...

Ha ha, sorry GF, I know your Morrison love is unbreakable. And actually, I gave FC#2 book of the week last week, so it evens out. This just made me feel dumb and I don't like feeling dumb.

As for the poetry, I don't know what in god's name that was about, but Aaron's in charge of the sponsorships so what can I do.

Kristina said...

I really adore the sponsorships, I find them immensely entertaining.

And it is unbreakable. Which sort of makes me WEEP when I'm stuck holding Zur-En-Arrh and imaginary friends.

Anonymous said...

Robert Frost was the Grant Morrison of his day.

Seriously though, if I were to make a list of my top 20 favorite runs ever, Morrison would probably show up more than any other creator besides Warren Ellis. (New X-Men, 52, and Animal Man)

My problem with both RIP and Final Crisis is that they don't feel the way I think "event books" should, in much the same way Ang Lee's Hulk failed miserably as a summer action blockbuster, but would have been a critical gem as an arthouse/indie film, had it been an original idea.