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We Talk Comics – The Fearsome Four

We Talk Comics is back for one more round!!! Opening once again with Keith’s news we follow that up with two fun segments: Burn This Book gives you the chance to hear about what you should avoid! Nothing is more fun than bashing bad books and we got some great ones on this episode. Then […]
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We Talk Comics – We Talk, Who Watches

Great debate on this week’s We Talk Comics as the hosts react to a series of controversial news items, first and foremost the announcement of The Watchmen prequels from DC. The battle lines are drawn and the heavy artillery is brought out as We Talk Comics with Brett, Keith, Chris, and Mo, get into a […]
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We Talk Comics – 4 Faces of Evil

We Talk Comics with Brett, Keith, Chris, and Mo is back on the air and in your ear!!! After we get our weekly news update with Keith WTC becomes We Talk Villains. That’s right, the bad guys finally get their due as we discuss over used and under used, best reformed, favorite, best storyline of […]
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We Talk Comics Gets Slimed!

Back again, We Talk Comics on the air and in your ear with your regular hosts Brett, Keith, Chris, and Mo. We open with The News With Cub Reporter K talking some big happenings at DC, as well as an update on an old show friend Cary Nord,  plus much more keeping you up to […]
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We Talk Comics – Mad Scientist Reunion

We Talk Comics has everything a comic book podcast could need in this latest episode. We open up with The News With CubReporterK as Keith, tells you what the biggest stories of the week are. No need to look elsewhere as he keeps you up to date on everything you need to know. Then in […]
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We Talk Comics – The Red Ten Special Edition

We Talk Comics is back with a special edition as we talk to the creators of The Red Ten from ComixTribe, one of the most promising comic book projects out there. Keith, Brett and Mo got a chance to catch up with the talented writer Tyler James and creative artist Cesar Feliciano for nearly 50 […]
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We Talk Comics – The 2011 WeTalkies

Put on your formal wear and hire a sitter and come join us for the 1st annual WeTalkies Awards Comic Book Edition hosted by Brett, Keith, Chris, & Mo. After the weekly news with CubReporterK brings you up to date on all the most important goings on in the world of comic books, we break into our […]
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We Talk Comics – Ho Ho Hobgoblin, Mo vs an Uncanny X-Mas

We’re back with a brand new We Talk Comics as our gift to you all this holiday season. Our show opens with the Weekly News with @CubReporterK as Keith breaks down the biggest news items of the last week for you and us and we weigh in on them. Then, just in time for the […]
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We Talk Comics – House of Mystery Topics

We Talk Comics is bringing geeky back with our latest show House of Mystery Topics with myself Mo, Brett, Keith, & Chris. This show’s concept is simple, each of the 4 of us brought 2 topics we wanted to talk about and didn’t tell the others what they would be. No research, no notes, and […]
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We Talk Comics – Indie-cent Proposal

We Talk Comics returns for Small Press month once again and myself Mo, Brett, Keith & Chris have a really great and hilarious show for you this time featuring reviews of awesome small press books: Epic, Monstrosis, & Hero Code We also speak with Conan the Barbarian and Daredevil illustrator Cary Nord and get a retailers perspective […]
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We Talk Comics – Indie-pendence Day

Hey yo it’s Mo, once again back with my co-hosts Brett,  Keith & Chris, as we kick off November with another really big show!!! Join us as we launch Small Press Month here on We Talk Comics Topics include: Reviews of 3 fantastic Indie books Sanctuary Red Ten The Standard Also we try and define what is small […]
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Comic Book Memories

Comic book memories are funny things. After decades of reading, some memories tend to get blended with other appearances (such as movies, television, and books) to produce incorrect versions of events. For example, I could have a memory of a Batman storyline, I could think that it was directly out of the comics, but having […]
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