When it comes to spoilers, why do you not just use time codes? I know of at least 3 other podcasts that use them as a spoiler barrier and it seems to work just fine. You already have a time showing on the podcasts "tape player" (which I still love by the way) so just edit in the time keys/codes and then all the readers that want to avoid any chance of spoilers on any given title or issue(s) can just look at the time code and jump from one point to the other
It could just be listed in the first post-
Intro/Welcome = 0 - 4:25
Comic News = 4:26 - 1:38:20
Comic Talk = 1:38:21---
Secret Wars #4 = 1:38:23 - 1:45:46
Darth Vader #7 = 1:45:47 -1:46:00
Outcast #11 = 1:46:01 - 1:48:58
Heck, you could even eliminate the "seconds" and just do the minutes. I know it would be a little time consuming, but sure would be a way to make it clear when you are talking about a particular issue. Plus then you could move the comics talk back to the middle. Just scared you guys are gonna start "running out of time" and skip all kinds of comics.
And speaking of comics ... he says before he has heard the entire episode ...Start talking about Valiant again!!
Keep up the good work. Peace guys!!
And Tony, yes, the 19 "point" issues are all the ones written by Gerry Conway. Marvel did not want to add them to regular Spidey numbering nor did they want to do a "mini-series" as it sells better when Marvel uses the point system instead of "part 1 of 5" (all my speculation)... so they did it this way.
Thanks for adding a spoiler section, it seems focused on Top of the Pile books for the week. Nothing wrong with that and based on comments I'll give the current Green Lantern arc a try. Please consider adding an indie book or two into these discussions in future. There's really some great books beyond Marvel or DC and those are the titles that often get overlooked unless highlighted.
great show again guys.i dont listen until ive read everything im going to so spoilers aren't an issue for me,if anything it makes me wish id got those books but its good to know that you listen to the people in the comments and adjust accordingly.i think it works well.i get my books from the internet because im nearly 100 miles from the nearest comic book shop so comics and the podcast make for a great saturday morning so thanks guys keep up the good work. p.s.please bring back super-massive.pretty please
The girl in New Avengers could either be Squirrel Girl or Elsa Bloodstone
I thought it was Geena Drake from Guardians of the Galaxy
When will this mystery be solved?!?!?!
@g_man: I don't think I've ever asked about Birds of Prey before. You make me out to be some Birds of Prey watching Psycho!! :o
loved We Stand on Guard. It's actually one of the few physical books I've picked up in the last few years.
I guess it was pretty bleak but I feel like I saw it in a totally different light. Once we skip to the future and meet the Two-Four I totally felt the action/adventure vibe. The brutal nature of some of the action definitely pulls me back to reality but I liked the "team of friends" nature of the story in the first issue.
I wrote a review here, We Stand On Guard .
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