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AiPT! Comics Podcast Episode 35: Special guest writer James Tynion IV talks new BOOM! Studios horror series ‘Something is Killing the Children’

Weekly comic book podcast talking news, the best of the week, and a look ahead to next week.

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.

This week, we have special guest comic book writer James Tynion IV and BOOM! Studios editor Eric Harburn on to talk about horror comic Something is Killing the Children out September 4th. We also play superfight and pit Krampus vs. Jigsaw and determine who would be the worst roommate!

We also have our regular show where talk about the latest news and go over our picks of the week! In the news, we talk Marvel Comics solicitation news like Marvel 2099 being back, how Captain Marvel will “kill the Avengers”, and more. Plus, G. Willow Wilson is leaving Wonder Woman for a “bucket-list-dream-project”, a Steve Ditko playset for October, a review of the 2019 Ringo Awards nominations, how Once and Future is getting a 5th printing, and finally a major death and what it means for Batman in Batman #77.

Our top comic book picks of the week:


  1. Absolute Carnage vs. Deadpool #1 (W: Frank Tieri, A: Marcelo Ferreira
  2. Deadpool Annual #1 (W: Dana Schwartz, A: Reilly Brown)


  1. Powers of X #3 (W: Johnathan Hickman, A: R.B. Silva)
  2. Superior Spider-Man #10 (W: Christos Gage, A: Mike Hawthorne)

Our favorite cover art for books out next week comes from Absolute Carnage #2 variant by Marcos Martin and Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Chosen Ones #1 by Evan Cagle.

You can find AiPT! Comics on iTunes, Google Play, or wherever you get your podcasts. As always, if you enjoy the podcast, be sure to leave us a positive rating, subscribe to the show and tell your friends!

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