Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Episode 41 - "You're RUDE and OFFENSIVE, Guy Gardner."

PCX reviews Infinite Crisis #7

8 Comments:

Blogger Charles said...

Hmmm...solocast, eh? Not too bad. Certainly kept the BSing to a minimum, thus giving us more of that sweet, sweet TCM that people claim to love. I give it a 5. Not the best, and not the worst. Where's the civil war #7 and Captain america #25 review? (20 bucks says that TCM is glad Cap's dead.)

March 28, 2007 5:02 PM  
Anonymous THOOM! said...

That panel where Bane breaks a mans back was recreated on the cover of the current issue of Checkmate. Anyone know what the deal is with that?

You hate Superboy because we already know that he survives his adventures, thus there is no real "challenge" for the character? WTF?
Superboy was a kid's funnybook, in the vein of Saturday morning cartoons and "The Goonies". It wasn't meant to be dark.

Also, aren't the GL's rings supposed to protect them from intense cold? And they were in space, which is already intense cold.

March 28, 2007 9:54 PM  
Blogger Charles said...

Well, technically, space isn't cold, it's a heat sink. Cold is the lack of molecular movement. Since there aren't many molecules in space, it's not really cold. I *think* objects in space radiate heat on the side away from the sun, and absorb it on the side facing the sun. So I guess it's possible that extreme cold can affect the GLs.

March 28, 2007 10:31 PM  
Blogger T Mafia said...

My capsule review of Captain America #25: Crap.

My capsule review of Civil War #7: Crap on a crap cracker.

Actually (see episode 5), Cap's okay by me (not that any of us expect him to stay "dead" for too terribly long).

I can't speak to the Checkmate issue, as I gave up on that overrated book a while ago; as far as Superboy being an inherently light character, I'd cite Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes as often being one of the darker DC comics of the Bronze Age (and it was all the better for it).

...and I'm not getting drawn into the outer space/physics debate, as my answer to all such arguments is that on the one hand there's science; and on the other, there's what we call, well, "comic book science"!

March 29, 2007 12:22 AM  
Anonymous Kid mission said...

Sorry for not keeping up with the shows, I've been a little behind. I'll try to listen and comment on the two latest shows ASAP.

I consider it my part time job. The payment is tricock.

March 29, 2007 8:57 AM  
Blogger X MCTREKKIE said...

I can't believe you got in your "anti Smallville fan" digs yet again.

You lost all credibility once you suggested replacing a blown up Batman with Moon Night.

Moon Night!

We warned you not to review this comic... but did you listen to us? Noooooo....

You partially redeemed yourself with the "Adventures of Planet Mogo"

March 30, 2007 4:08 PM  
Blogger T Mafia said...

KM, Starhawk is clearly falling behind in his, um, "payments" to you. For shame, o first son of PODON, for shame.

And yeah, the Mogo comic that exists solely in my head is indeed the coolest thing ever. Especially the issue where he's powerless and trapped in the Old West.

"Behind you...it's a planet...and he's got a gun!

March 30, 2007 4:37 PM  
Blogger XantesFire said...

PCX: The Classics Tour.

2nd TCM Solo podcast.

The clone Superboy's not all bad. It got weird when he moved to Hawaii and they tried to make him a Corey, and instead of him laying pipe with Knockout he ends up with Tana. but I did like him when he was one of the Young Justice. Seen the new cartoon yet? The Lex DNA crap just was stupid.

Wilddog, why would he be in a superhero fight? It's like putting the Punisher in The Infinite Gauntlet. Why would he be out of the Hoosier state wherever he's from? Now that's a character they should have altered in Bloodline.

I keep hoping there will be a Smallville episode where a Kryptonian warsuit pops out of a space ship and it'll be a better cooler Clark Kent in it that needs to get his powers and memories from the malfunctioning Clark Kent clone who's been a loser for the past decade and first thing he does when he gets all that stuff back is puts on the costume and flies.

I thought part of the problem with doing projects ahead of time is leaks.

If Nightwing can defeat Deathstroke then Batman can beat him.

Moon Knight? Seriously he was lame.

TCM, you wanted Kid Mission also?

Breaking backs is Bane's signature move

May 27, 2011 9:19 AM  

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