In this issue, what the hell is going on at DC as everyone exits and Jon Stewart might be dead. Neil Gaiman and Brian Michael Bendis together at last, the Dark Knight Rises 60s style, Thomas Jane promotes banned substances andthe Pope just might be Batman. THEN cameos galore in Marvel movies, Aquaman is a ninja turtle and JCVD for Avengers 2! PLUS our kick-ass pick of the week: The Deep by Tom Taylor and James Brouwer.
Our next reading assignment: Happy by Grant Morrison and Derek Robertson
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Vintage Clip of the Week
Ginger Meggs (1982)
What’s going on at DC?
Andy Diggle walks away from Action Comics for ‘professional reasons’
Tony S. Daniel takes over…wait, no…hmm?
Joshua Hale Fialkov has walked off Green Lantern books; Vendetti, Soule and Jensen replace; would they have killed off Jon Stewart?
Gaiman and Bendis together on Guardians?
A homeless Thomas Jane promotes Free Comic Book Day
Aurealis Awards Finalists
The Pope is…Batman?
Ant-Man concept video leaked online
John Romita Jr and Mark Millar cameo in Kick Ass 2
Robert Redford in talks for Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Brian Muir working on Guardians of the Galaxy
JCVD wants in on The Avengers 2
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We end the show this week with Submarines by The Lumineers