Road of Bones by IDW comics, The abomination of man. - Comics on the pyre
This week: David Tischman and Steve Conley take IDW's Star Trek: Year Four where no comic has gone before; Tony Bedard, Renato Guedes and Jose Wilson Magalhaes show us that DC's Supergirl is really made of kleenex; and Mark Texeira shows us exclusive pencils from his upcoming run on Marvel's Moon Knight.
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In The Qube - Episode 106
Maria and Tom tell you all about Sony’s Brand New Digital Comic Store, available for the Sony PSP. Here you can downloads thousands of Comics onto your PSP digitally and keep them there permanently. Publishers such as Marvel, Titan and IDW have already signed up to release their comics in the Store.
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Everyone knows that Comic-Con is about comic books, but can you find politics there as well? Gnooze explores the question for this special edition! Marta Costello hosts the gnooze (the g is silent)- usually today's top stories in about 3 minutes.
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Another Comic-Con International is upon us! Not gonna make it this year? Sadface, but not to worry - there are a few GREAT apps out there to help you stay up on the latest, right from the comfort of your own device.
Two brand new comic book series you don't want to miss!
Today's show has a review of Black Heart Billy, from IDW! Be sure to comment, subscribe, and tell your friends.
This week we roll out with IDW's line of Transformers comics, rocket back home with Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning, and Sean Chen of Marvel's Nova, and embed ourselves into Brian Wood and Riccardo Burchielli's DMZ from Vertigo.
Additional images courtesy of DanieVDM and Rob React, and sounds by pauliep83, grandpablaine2 and ljudman.
This week we watch as Darwyn Cooke and J. Bone resurrect DC's The Spirit, Alex Garner and Ashley Wood continue to sneak IDW's Metal Gear Solid: Sons of Liberty onto shelves, and Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips take a hit from Icon's Coward.
Additional sounds courtesy of ERH and Halleck.
We take a bite out of IDW's 30 Days of Night by Steve Niles and Ben Templesmith, examine Brian K. Vaughan and Tony Harris' political mechanics on Ex Machina from WildStorm then roll out with Jeffery Brown's Incredible Change-bots, published by Top Shelf.
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