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In Episode 328 of The Pull Bag Mike and JT are back with more Grimm Fairy Tales from Zenescope Entertainment! This time around we delve into Red Riding Hood’s world once again. On tap today is RED AGENT from writer Lou Iovino and a plethora of amazing artists! Jump inside The Pull Bag with us as we find out just what happens when Mission Impossible meets Grimm Fairy Tales in this new intense spy mini-series! As always Make Your Great Escape Into Comics!!!

In Episode 310 of The Pull Bag join TFG1Mike and JT from Saskatoon head to the Grimm Fairytales universe from Zenescope Entertainment! We are here talking about the 10th anniversary one shots Zenescope put out a few years back. Included in these 6 one shot issues are stories featuring Death, Snow White, Alice in Wonderland, Red Riding Hood, Cinderella, and Van Helsing! Stop on by for some horrific fairytale goodness! As always Make Your Great Escape Into Comics!!!

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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With April now over it is time to take a look back at the month that was in comics. I countdown what I feel were the best issues of the month that are worth your time and money. First and foremost this is simply my list

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We are back at it again as Matt from the Simplistic Reviews podcast joins me to discuss Horror County Vol. 2: Twice Told. We get into how this volume stacks up against the previous and how exactly you keep a horror story going. Before you listen to this episode make sure to catch the previous one where we got into Matt’s background with comics and his thoughts on Vol 1. 

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On this episode of the Comic Concierge, I speak with David Rosen from the Bird Road and Piecing it Together podcast to discuss the horror comic The Empty Man. We talk about his apprehension to the world of comics and if reading this book made him rethink the medium.We also look at where the influences of a book like this could come from.

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This week’s theme appears to be balance as every disappointing issue is matched with a pleasant or unsung surprise comic that needs more attention. A lot to discuss in the week of comic that was including this week’s recommendation of the week: The Despicable Deadpool #296.

 

 

 

The rundown:

(00:02:11) Despicable Deadpool #296

(00:08:01) Secret Weapons: Owen’s Story

(00:12:10) Mister Miracle #7

(00:16:56) Come Into Me #1

(00:20:22) Cold War #2

(00:23:38) The New Mutants: Dead Souls #1

(00:26:34) The Punisher #222

(00:28:55) Doctor Strange #357

(00:32:12) Astonishing X-Men #9

(0035:27) Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Core #40

(00:37:30) Sideways #2

(00:41:10) Grass Kings #13

(00:44:02) Judas #4

(00:47:14) Infidel #1

(00:49:46) Mage: the Hero Denied #7

(00:52:21) Slots #6

(00:56:00) Vs #2

(00:59:07) Deadly Class #32

(01:02:27)Star Wars: Darth Vader #13

(01:05:28) Star Wars Thrawn #2

(01:08:28) Vamprionica #1

(01:10:27) Outro

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On this episode of the Comic Concierge, I speak with Matthew Stewart from Simplistic Reviews about the creepy horror comic Harrow County. We talk about Matt’s previous experience with comics back in the Image heyday of the 1990’s and why he has moved away from comics since. A great discussion about one of today’s best comics.

TPB-YEAR4 POD ART #1In Episode 143 we continue Robyn Hood month. Join TFG1Mike and Steve Megatron as they return to the Zenescope Entertainment world of Grimm Fairy Tales! We talk about the next five issues of the Robyn Hood ongoing! In Attitude Adjustment we have issues 13-16 and the Holiday Special! So Make your great escape into comics, and jump inside The Pull Bag today!

Welcome to another addition of Catching Up with the Classics where I talk about a comic book series or story that I have failed to read up to this. This time I am taking a look at The Sandman Vol 1: Preludes and Nocturnes.     My Background: If I

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