This week on the show: Wonder Woman gets a daddy, The Thing stalks Vikings, Action Comics and iZombie reviewed, plus Old Boy.


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Wonder Woman gets a daddy

Action Comics #2
In his weakest moment, Superman is taken down – but by whom? And if the world wasn’t ready for a man with super powers, they’re utterly unprepared for the rage of a Superman cornered! The cornerstone character of the new DCU continues his debut adventure!

Rating: ★★★★☆

The Thing #1
Writer: Steve Niles
Artist: Patric Reynolds
Colorist: Dave Stewart
Cover Artist: menton3
After months of no shipments from settlements in Greenland, a band of Vikings set off for answers only to find themselves pitted against monsters lurking in the icy depths and amongst one another.
Dark Horse Comics and Universal Pictures team up for this prequel comic to the upcoming 2011 motion picture The Thing.

Rating: ★★★½☆

iZombie #18
Guest art by JAY STEPHENS
Nominated for a 2011 Eisner Award for Best New Series!

Readers of iZOMBIE know Diogenes as the grizzled monster hunter who has seen it all and done it all. But he wasn’t always so experienced, and everyone has to start somewhere. So join us as we turn back the clock and witness Diogenes’ very first mission, when he journeyed to South America in search of the Vampire Queen of the Amazon – and you won’t want to miss learning his secret connection to Zombie Gwen’s “boyfriend,” Horatio! This issue is illustrated by guest artist Jay Stephens!

Rating: ★★★½☆

Major Spoilers Poll of the Week: Free Time
This week it’s all about something we have very little of – free time.  During those breaks in your day, which of the following activities do you enjoy participating in the most?
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Discussion: Old Boy
Twenty-five-year-old Shinichi Gotō was kidnapped one fateful night and locked up in a private jail for unknown reasons. After ten years of solitary confinement, with only a television set for company, he was suddenly released. The story follows his quest to hunt down the identities of his captors and uncover the reason behind his imprisonment.

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  1. Great show – thanks.
    One of the nice things about the MS-eksperience is the friendly, non-hostile tone on thise comment sections and on the forums. (Nice job moderaters)

    And Im not Easten european – thank you very much. Im Scandinavian. And in Scandinavia bad english skills has you!

    PS. Matthew if I am ever to dissect a brain, I will be sure to listen to MSP while doing so.
    PPS. As the boy on the picture I also enyou listening to podcasts while sleeping – makes me dream all sort of crazy s#!t about 3/4 Orcs and stuff.

  2. Interesting discussion regarding “Old Boy”. I have only seen the movie and now wonder how Spike Lee will be able to modernize this story considering the nature and reveal driving the plot.

  3. Re; The Zeus question:

    – Anthony Quinn played Zeus in what looks to be the Sorbo Hercules series.
    – John Rhys-Davies had a turn as Zeus. I think in the Vanna White movie.
    – Olivier was Zeus in the first Clash of the Titans.
    – I MUST SEE GODS BEHAVING BADLY! Walken as Zeus will kick ASS!

  4. While I am not sure if anyone will see this as I just got a chance to finish listening to the podcast today and this article post is already on page 3 of the website. Enjoyable show as usual. I just felt I had to throw my suggest that after reviewing I, Vampire and iZombie Matthew should next review the Darkstorm Studios comic “I, Frankenstein” that Aaron Eckhart is staring in the movie adaptation.

    Of course with all the “I”, comics he might decide to pen his own memoir “I, Matthew” the tell-all tale of his behind the scenes adventures at Major Spoilers, call centers and Gatekeeper Hobbies Huntoon and Gage Topeka Kansas.

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