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AiPT! Comics Podcast Ep 28: Walking Dead dies, smelling Marvel, and Lois Lane the monster?

Weekly comic news and reviews to keep you up to date.

Welcome back to the official AiPT! Comics podcast where your hosts Forrest Hollingsworth and David Brooke discuss their favorite comics of last week, news, their most anticipated books out next week.

At the top of our show, we always begin with the news and this week there are some historic things to talk about. Walking Dead ends with issue #193, Marvel teases the return of Marvel Zombies, Marvel announces team of Axe body spray heroes, new MAD content canceled and shifts to reprinting vintage collections, and Charles Soule and Scott Snyder tease new Image Comics series (and we guess the title).

In our segments, we talk about the return of Marvel Comics Infinity Warps and their strongest mashup. Dave picks Man-Thing Thang Thoom and Forrest picks Weapon Hex. And continuing Spider-Month we play Superfight, where we determine who would be a better monster in a horror movie. Is it Spider-Man, or Lois Lane?!

TOP BOOKS OF LAST WEEK

Dave

  1. The Dreaming (W: Si Spurrier, A: Bilquis Evely)
  2. Immortal Hulk #20 (W: Al Ewing, A: Joe Bennett)

Forrest

  1. Doom Patrol: Weight of the Worlds #1 (W: Gerard Way, Jeremy Lambert + A: James Harvey)
  2. Sea of Stars #1 (W: Jason Aaron, Dennis Hallum + A: Stephen Green)

Check out our favorite cover art out next week July 10, 2019, below which features the variant cover for The Amazing Spider-Man #25 by Dan Hipp and Catwoman #13 by Joelle Jones.

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