Feb 23, 2022
On this week's episode of the
Worst. Comic. Podcast. EVER!:
- This is it, people. We have reached episode #400. No one
thought we would be ever at this point, but here we are! What
started as a crazy suggestion back in the summer of 2014 just kept
going and going. So sit back and enjoy the extra-long super-size
edition of the longest-running lowest-rated show in our
- We look at 52 #25, with the Marvel and Black Marvel
families on patrol on October 31. Yes, all the kids want to dress
like Black Adam this Halloween. Plus we get a retelling of the
Nightwing origin from Waid and Pérez.
- You would have had to have been in a coma for the last week to
not have heard the news about the re-release of
JLA/Avengers as a benefit to the Hero Initiative in
support of George Pérez.
- We have finished season one of Peacemaker, and what a
season it was. We were all doing a collective head-scratch when
this was first announced, but Gunn and Company delivered. Bring on
season 2, and give us a few more cameos like the ones we saw at the
end of this episode.
- What was your highlight of the Super Bowl? Ours was definitely
the new Doctor Strange trailer for the May release.
- We try a new game/feature of Good Cop/Bad Cop. It may take some
fine tuning to get the kinks worked out, but let us know if you
like that or not.
- John put together an Over/Under game with his students, testing
their knowledge of different characters in Marvel and
- We have our Pick 3 selections,
sponsored by our friends at Clint's Comics in Kansas
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