Podcast – Episode #12
May 11, 2012 by     4 Comments    Posted In: Podcast

Here we are at number 12 and we have not one, but two special segments for your listening pleasure. MattB covers the news on his own talking about Avengers movie numbers and more. We then have a special segment on Valiant Comics X-O Manowar #1 with Chip Reece and Tim Morse and a discussion about the Avengers Movie with Tim Morse, Tom Hoefner, and Jason Martin.


  • Comic Book News (1:47): MattB talks about Avengers movie box office numbers, Vertigos’ Sweet Tooth coming to an end, an Ant Man Movie?, and DC Comics summer moves to up their game.
  • (6:17) Chip Reece and Tim Morse talk about Valiant Comic’s X-O Manowar #1
  • (27:51) MattB plugs
  • (29:23) Tim Morse, Jason Martin, and Tom Hoefner talk about the Avengers Movie in depth.
  • (55:12) MattB closes the show!

Total running time: 55:54

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4 Comments Add Comment

  • Tim Morse May 11, 2012 at 9:13 am

    So. Much. Fun!!! I had a great time with both segments of the show. Chip and I talking Valiant? Awesome!! Jason, Tom, and I talking Avengers? Assemble!!! Can’t wait to do another one!

  • Sean May 11, 2012 at 12:30 pm

    The original X-O Manowar #1 didn’t work! Ack! It was awesome! It jumped right into the Aric smashing Spider Aliens action. The shows you everything you need to know about the character right from the get go.

    He was a bit one-dimensional though, and way more primitive than would be realistic. I’m glad folks are loving the new X-O!

  • Tim Morse May 11, 2012 at 1:53 pm

    It’s not to say that it didn’t work, but moreover felt like you were jumping right into the middle of something. I know that was mainly for the zero issues they were doing at the time, but for people going back to it now, and for people back then, it was kind of confusing. I liked the original tough, and even did a review about it for our Back Issue Bin to the Future column. You should check it out!

  • Chip Reece May 11, 2012 at 4:36 pm

    The original was worth the $2 I spent on Comixology for sure. Entertaining for sure, but the new X-O is the whole package.