Episode 144: Amazing Spider-Man 700,
Executive Assistant Iris Vol 3 1, Django Unchained 1, JSA: Whistling Skull 1, Wonder Woman 15, Grimm Fairy Tales 80, Saga 8, Hawkeye 6, X-O Manowar 8, Happy 3 and Number 13!

Johnny Destructo, Optimous Douche, Matt Adler and Ambush Bug review this week’s books:

Amazing Spider-Man 700, Executive Assistant Iris Vol 3 1, Django Unchained 1, JSA: Whistling Skull 1, Wonder Woman 15, Grimm Fairy Tales 80, Saga 8, Hawkeye 6, X-O Manowar 8, Happy 3 and Number 13 1!

Also: listener e-mail and @$$terpiece Theatre!

Here is the time chart for each segment of the show, since we have a tendency to ramble!
Listener Emails – 1:58
Amazing Spider-Man 700 – 10:13
Executive Assistant Iris Vol 3 1 – 22:11
Django Unchained 1 – 24:50
JSA: Whistling Skull 1 – 33:00
Wonder Woman 15 – 41:35
Grimm Fairy Tales 80 – 47:57
Saga 8 – 52:58
Hawkeye 6 – 55:24
X-O Manowar 8 – 1:06:55
Happy 3 – 1:09:53
Number 13 1 – 1:15:00

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3 Comments to “Episode 144: Amazing Spider-Man 700,
Executive Assistant Iris Vol 3 1, Django Unchained 1, JSA: Whistling Skull 1, Wonder Woman 15, Grimm Fairy Tales 80, Saga 8, Hawkeye 6, X-O Manowar 8, Happy 3 and Number 13!”

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  1. Rob Truthfeld says:

    Dang it! Looks like Emiliano beat me to the @$$terpiece this week.

  2. Emiliano says:

    I liked the beginning of Number 13, BUT…
    It didn’t feel like the dystopian, science fiction story that it SEEMS to be, but more like a superhero team like The Avengers, or maybe Defenders, getting together for the first time very slowly, while their enemies are all ready to go and about to pounce on them any second. for some reason, this made the story a bit more interesting and, at the same time, a little less important, edgy, and/or original in its intent.
    I’m going to be picking up the second issue and see how it goes. Good stories should be able to throw you off-balance, even if just for a moment, and this one did. I am just not sure it was in a good way. We’ll see.

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