Some folks say that the 2014 edition of the (in)famous San Diego Comic Con was a bit of a letdown. But your faithful Four-Color Fanboys, Brian and Al, have been hanging on all the comic book announcements from the annual pop culture mecca, and they like a lot of what they heard! From DC’s Multiversity and Batman ’66 to Marvel’s Star Wars and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., they’ll go over all the Comic Con goodies that have them excited for the coming year of comics, plus their usual meandering digressions (into questions like: Why, exactly, is Dazzler on the cover of an issue of Uncanny X-Men in which she doesn’t appear? Is there anything written by Grant Morrison that Brian might actually like?) on this all-new episode of the Four-Color Fanboys podcast!
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Al and Brian are back for more comic book talk and shenanigans! Brian missed Free Comic Day, so Al fills him on what he missed (and lends him one to boot!). The boys discuss the return of Saga, cool new developments in Justice League in the wake of the “Forever Evil” storyline, the classic JLA/Avengers crossover, the David Goyer/She-Hulk controversy and a whole lot more! Come on in—the comics are FANtastic!
(Note: The Spider-Man Clone Saga blog that Al couldn’t remember in this month’s podcast is The Life of Reilly.)
And, as promised by Brian, here’s an example of the unique inking of the late Matt Fox (a page from Journey into Mystery #101, cover dated February 1964; plot by Stan Lee, script and pencils by Larry Lieber):
Here it is, the first SENSES-SHATTERING issue of the Four-Color Fanboys Podcast! Join Al (of Resurrections—An Adam Warlock Podcast) and Brian (of the Podwits Podcast) as they talk about the latest and greatest in the world of comics. Al’s all over the New 52 debut of the Metal Men in Justice League, while Brian thinks the (All-New) X-Men and the Guardians of the Galaxy are two great tastes that taste great together. (No, he’s not eating the comics, people). All that, plus Witchblade, some personal backstories and exciting comic-related news—it’s all inside!