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In Episode 332 of The Pull Bag Mike, Dan, and DJ are your terrific trio into the world of Sean Murphy’s Batman White Knight!! Well we indeed did survive last week’s conundrum of a cataclysmic ending! We are back for Part 2 of our coverage on this most interesting Bat Tale, or is it really the Joker’s Tale? As always Make Your Great Escape Into Comics!!!

In Episode 331 of The Pull Bag Mike, Dan, and DJ are your terrific trio into the world of Sean Murphy’s Batman White Knight!  Jump inside The Pull Bag with us as we find out the intense meaning behind The Joker being the Hero and Batman being the Villain! This is just part 1, so join us to find out if we survive or not whilst reading this excellent comic series! As always Make Your Great Escape Into Comics!!!

A lot to talk about in the world of comics this week. We of course have the wedding of the Bat and the Cat along with a handful of new titles from Marvel and Dark Horse. Before that though Dan dives into the recommendation of the week: Immortal Hulk #2 by Al Ewing and Joe Bennett.

This week’s rundown:

(00:01:39) Immortal Hulk #2
(00:08:33) Quantum Age #1
(00:12:55) Lowlifes #1
(00:16:51) Batman #50
(00:26:17) Catwoman #1
(00:28”37) Man of Steel #6
(00:31:56) Captain America #1
(00:35:23) Deadpool #2
(00:37:58) Cosmic Ghost Rider #1
(00:40:54) Doctor Stage #3
(00:44:09) Star Wars #50
(00:47:15) Sword Daughter #2
(00:50:32) Death or Glory #3
(00:53:40) Judge Dredd Under Siege #2
(00:56:40) Outro

It is a reverse Concierge episode as Matt from Simplistic Reviews joins Dan once again but this time he is bringing the recommendation. This time around Matt and Dan discuss Revival Vol. 1: You’re Among Friends by Tim Seeley and Mike Norton.

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On today’s episode of the Comic Concierge Jay Soderberg aka PodVader from the Next Fan Up podcast joins me to discuss Kyle Starks’s Kill Them All. We get into PodVader’s history with comics as well as make time for a little football talk as well.

 

 

 

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So June is starting off rather big with a number of major titles from DC and Marvel including new Justice League, Hulk, and Deadpool books. However, the pick of the week goes to what is now old hat in the comic world Batman #48 by Tom King and Mikel Janin.

 

 

 

This week’s rundown:

(00:01:17) Batman #48
(00:08:11) Sword Daughter #1
(00:11:39) The Immortal Hulk #1
(00:17:24) Doctor Strange #1
(00:23:40) Deadpool #1
(00:29:09) Justice League #1
(00:33:18) Man of Steel #2
(00:38:17) X-Men Red #5
(00:42:27) Death or Glory #2
(00:44:38) Isola #3
(00:47:49) Outro

JD Duran from InSession Film returns to discuss the second volume o Jeff Lemire’s Royal City. We get into how emotionally impactful this series is and how this relates to the previous volume. If you want to check out more from JD check out his stuff on InSessionFilm.com.

 

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It may be the fifth week of the month but that does not mean there are not some major books to talk about. Some of the best current series see their last issue released including this week’s Recommendation of the Week: Grass Kings #15 b Matt Kindt and Tyler Jenkins. Also, Brian Michael Bendis has his first full issue with DC and Doomsday Clock is once again ticking. All that and more.

This Weeks rundown:

(00:01:04) Grass Kings #15
(00:08:09) The Man of Steel #1
(00:12:20) Judge Dredd Under Siege #1
(00:16:08) Harbinger Wars 2 #1
(00:21:18) Quantum and Woody #6
(00:24:10) Amazing Spider-Man #800
(00:28:31) The Punisher #225
(00:30:53) Marvel 2 In One #6
(00:34:10) Doomsday Clock #5
(00:40:50) Batman: Prelude to the Wedding #1
(00:43:26) Aquaman Jabberjaw #1
(00:45:26) Supersons Dynomutt and the Blue Falcon #1
(00:47:36) Kill or Be Killed #19
(00:49:58) THe Last Siege #1
(00:51:37) Royal City #11
(00:53:42) We Are Danger #1
(00:56:13) Blackwood #1
(00:58:17) Abbott #5
(01:01:14) Outro

Once again Matt from Simplistic Reviews joins me as we continue our look at Harrow County. This volume is much different than what came before and we get into that, and how changing artists within a continuous story can impact the flow of the narrative. As always this volume offered a lot to talk about and chew on.

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It is another Weekly Recommends episode where I go through the week that was in comics. This week we say goodbye once again to Brian Michael Bendis. Also, the 90’s are back in full force in both character and comic book form. All that including this week’s recommendation of the week Doctor Strange #390 by Donny Cates, Frazer Irving, and Chip Zdarsky.

 

This week’s rundown:

(00:01:26) Doctor Strange #390
(00:06:57) Black Panther #1
(00:11:39) Skyward #2
(00:15:01) Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Urban Legends #1
(00:19:02) Flash #47
(00:21:46) Justice League: No Justice #3
(00:25:16) Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #45
(00:28:17) Infinity Countdown: Darkhawk #1
(00:31:48) Invincible Iron Man #600
(00:34:56) Moon Knight #195
(00:37:57) The Ballad of Sang #3
(00:40:01) Black Hammer – Age of Doom #2
(00:43:25) Incognego Renaissance #4
(00:46:42) Brothers Dracul #2
(00:49:33) Her Infernal Descent #2
(00:52:56) Outro