This week on the World’s Greatest Comic Book Podcast: Mark Millar brings some redneck to Image; Titan Comics gets Assassin’s Creed; Michael Keaton is bringing Imagine Agents to the big screen; Kieron Gillen is taking a break from Marvel, and so is Jonathan Hickman and Rick Remender! In comics we have more post-Secret Wars titles from Marvel, and BKV’s latest epic: We Stand On Guard proves Thom right! Bob asks: ” ?”
All this and Green Lantern Rumors! Face front, true believers! It’s Hold 322!
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I found something for you that’s kinda sorta comic book related. It’s also an example of what can go terribly, terribly wrong when you mix lawyers and comic books. Here’s the link:
I also wanted to ask if any of you have read either “The Mask of the Red Panda” TPB published by IDW or “The Night of the Red Panda” series on Comixology. I listen to The Red Panda radio shows at Decoder Ring Theatre (on those odd occasions when there isn’t a new Hold 322, or when it’s a rerun). The storeis are set in 1930s-1940s Toronto, and involve Canada’s greatest superhoer, the Red Panda, and his sidekick, Flying Squirrel. They are pretty fun, and I wondered if the comics were any good. Here are links to all of that, if anyone is interested:
The Mask of the Red Panda: http://www.idwpublishing.com/product/red-panda-mask-of-the-red-panda/
The Night of the Red Panda: https://www.comixology.com/The-Red-Panda/comics-series/10059?ref=c2VhcmNoL2luZGV4L2Rlc2t0b3Avc2xpZGVyTGlzdC9zZXJpZXNTbGlkZXI
Decoder Ring Theatre: http://decoderringtheatre.com/shows/
Good luck with the broadcast from Barnes & Noble! Until Marvel makes a Squirrel Girl movie, Make Mine Hold 322!