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AiPT! Comics Podcast Episode 38: Guest Daniel Kibblesmith talks writing Loki, breaking in, and X-Men inspirations

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 host David Brooke and guest host Chris Hassan discuss their favorite comics of last week, news, their most anticipated books out next week.

This week we have very special guest and Marvel Comics writer Daniel Kibblesmith on to discuss his career in comics, how he broke in working on Late Night with Stephen Colbert, and his current Marvel series Loki. We also play Superfight where Kibblesmith weighs in on a battle between X and X to determine who would be Best at escaping a temple full of booby traps after stealing a sacred idol, Batgirl or Cyclops.

In the news this week we discuss Powers of X #4 and the Red Diamond Sinister Secrets, new Suicide Squad is confirmed for Tom Taylor, Marvel The Pull List revealing December solicits early, Powers of X #4 may have sparked a job opportunity, Scott Snyder and Charles Soule are adapting their comic book series Undiscovered Country for franchise development, finally…comic sales…FLAT, and we discuss a few DC Comics solicit news.

TOP BOOKS OF LAST WEEK:
Dave

  1. King Thor #1 (W: Jason Aaron, A: Asad Ribic)
  2. Loki #3 (W: Daniel Kibblesmith, A: Oscar Bazaldua)

Chris

  1. Amazing Spider-Man #29 (W: Nick Spencer, A: Francesco Manna)
  2. Powers of X #4 (W: Jonathan Hickman, A: R.B. Silva)

Our favorite cover art for comic books out next week comes from Flash Forward #1 by Evan Shaner and House of X #5 by Pepe Larraz.

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