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WTC 181: Son of Urban Legends

A few years back (yes, years, seriously) We Talk Comics looked at some of the craziest comic book Urban Legends as listed by Comic Book Resources and it was a fun show for both the hosts and listeners, so Chris, Brett and Mo thought “What the H?” and decided it was  time to revisit the idea […]
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on April 18, 2017

WTC Special: Todd Frye Author of Marvelous Mythologies

A big week for We Talk Podcasts kicks off with some great comic book talk. Todd Frye has written a book called Marvelous Mythologies analyzing the books, stories, and characters of the Marvel Universe. It includes some of the special behind the scene events that took place during key developmental years of the Marvel Universe […]
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on January 27, 2015

WTC Special: Inside The Think Tank With Matt Hawkins

(Explicit Content) We Talk Comics and our sponsor COMICOSITY returns with not so much another podcast interview but with a gale force of audio in the form of Top Cow President & COO Matt Hawkins! This interview goes nearly 2 hours and it covered maybe 1% of what Brett and Mo wanted to get into but […]
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on June 20, 2014
Lara Croft Throwing her Shoulder out of Socket in 2001

We Talk Comics Show 111 – WTC Volume One: Episode 58

Even you long time listeners of We Talk Comics may be surprised to know that this isn’t the first incarnation of WTC, as back in the old days the boys used to mail out a monthly show via cassette and then by CD to subscribers. Here we present one of those old episodes from 13 […]
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on June 2, 2014

Sweet Christmas: A Visual History of Luke Cage

From the moment I picked up an issue of Power Man and Iron Fist the character of Luke Cage was a favorite of mine. A simple man whose strong moral code often conflicted with his personal desires Luke couldn’t help but do good, and he was much smarter than he appeared despite a famously short […]
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on March 30, 2014

WTC Show 64 – Laff-A-Lympics

Hey yo everyone, it’s time to kick back and have some laughs as the We Talk Comics team looks at some of the best humour and light-hearted comics from today and yesterday. We kick off, as always, with The Weekly News with Cub Reporter K (sponsored by COMICOSITY). What do the guys think of revolving art […]
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Op-Ed: Northstar doesn’t know who you are either

800 comic appearances over 33 years. A member of Alpha Flight and the X-Men. Appeared in the highly-rated X-Men Animated Series. Appeared in the X-Men Destiny video game. An action figure. Mini-bust. Eaglemoss figurine. Solo mini-series. And a NY Times headline when he became the first Marvel character to come out. So why have I […]
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Four for a Dollar – New Universe pt 4: Everything Comes Back

The New Universe was over. But there was still some nostalgia left. After DP7 ended, Mark Gruenwald moved on to Quasar. In #31, Gruenwald had Quasar get blasted completely out of the multiverse into the world of the New Universe. Revisiting a few of the characters from the end of DP7, Quasar is stranded with […]
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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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Four for a Dollar – New Universe Pt 3: New Format, Old Problems

John Byrne took over writing and pencilling Starbrand at #11 and switched that book to a bi-monthly schedule. In Starbrand #12 we finally learned the secret of the White Event that kicked off the New Universe, and then we saw what became known as the Black Event. Ken Connell, keeper of the Starbrand, discovers that […]
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Four for a Dollar – New Universe Pt 2 of 4: Expect the Unexpected

In a world suddenly populated by paranormals, the New Universe was an unpredictable place. Even the reader had trouble finding their footing sometimes. A couple of the titles did not seem to keep the party line of a world like ours, and others had nothing to do with paranormals at all. The highest concentration of […]
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