In this massive anniversary issue, we look back at DC’s Newish 50-or-so, and sending Batman back to Zero. Marvel gets weekly, adaptive and mighty and the X-Files comic gets some details. THEN Drax is cast in Guardians of the Galaxy, Marvel and DC announce dates for new TV series, Nicolas Cage quits setting himself on fire and new trailers for Iron Man 3 and Kick-Ass 2! PLUS our kick-ass pick of the week: us!
Our next reading assignment: The Deep by Tom Taylor. Featuring special guest Ryan Huff of GeekofOz.com and the “Beardy and the Geek” podcast! There will also be a chance to win so make sure you tune in!
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Vintage Clip of the Week
The New Scooby Doo Movies – The Dynamic Scooby-Doo Affair (1972)
The New 50 – 4 new DC series in June, still 2 short? Plus the return of Astro City and 100 Bullets
Marvel in June launches new Daredevil mini (Daredevil: Dark Nights) and Thor: The Dark World Prelude
Batman’s origin revisited in The Zero Year
New weekly Marvel series
Marvel’s adaptive audio Project Gamma
Marvel Earth’s Mightiest Show
X-Files: Season 10 announced with creators:
Marvel signs Dave Bautista for Guardians of the Galaxy
Marvel’s Avenger’s Assemble and Hulk: Agents of SMASH get dates
Teen Titans Go will premiere in April
Iron Man 3 Trailer
Cage is done with Ghost Rider
Kick-Ass 2 Red Band Trailer [Explicit]
Matthew Kotuziak congratulates us on 50 episodes
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We end the show this week with AC/DC’s “Back in Black” used so fantastically in the Iron Man movie.