Batman Holy Terror

In this issue: The Muppets gear up for another movie, Hunter’s Fortune moves to issue #3, The Wolfman reviewed, and JSA All-Stars still has Magog in it. Also, LOTR Blu-Ray? A contest that YOU can enter, and a discussion of Batman: Holy Terror.

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NEWS
The Greatest Muppet Movie of all Time

REVIEWS
Stephen
Hunter’s Fortune #3

Rodrigo
The Wolfman

Matthew
JSA All-Stars #3

CONTEST
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MAJOR SPOILERS POLL OF THE WEEK
Will you buy the Blu-Ray theatrical release of the Lord of the Rings Trilogy?

MAJOR SPOILERS DISCUSSION: Batman: Holy Terror

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4 Comments

  1. John I.G.
    February 17, 2010 at 3:53 am — Reply

    No, you can’t label the Silmarillian issue #1, it’s more like the prequel that was released afterwards. It would be like trying to read Atomic Robo in chronological order, or reading the Magician’s Nephew before the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Issue #1 is the Hobbit, then the Lord of the Rings, then you get the back of the book bit where the creator is talking about behind the scenes stuff, and then you get the time-line that is the Silmarillian.

    • February 17, 2010 at 8:50 pm — Reply

      No, you can’t label the Silmarillian issue #1, it’s more like the prequel that was released afterwards. It would be like trying to read Atomic Robo in chronological order, or reading the Magician’s Nephew before the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Issue #1 is the Hobbit, then the Lord of the Rings, then you get the back of the book bit where the creator is talking about behind the scenes stuff, and then you get the time-line that is the Silmarillian.

      Yes, well, nobody told me that in 1979, and thus I will forever remember The Lord of The Rings as endless blah blah blah that made a cute cartoon… :D

  2. Kirby
    February 17, 2010 at 1:21 pm — Reply

    Great issue, probably check out Holy Terror. Great RENT reference, but don’t presume the inner snow level of hell is out of the east coast. ha ha.

  3. J Michael T
    February 17, 2010 at 2:57 pm — Reply

    My favorite podcast so far. Wonder why … Thanks for all of your responses to my question. I hadn’t thought of some of the angles you all came up with. Thanks again!!

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