Ep 257-Pirouette 2, Gotham By Midnight 1,
Shadow Show 1, Ody-C 1, and Scarlet Spiders 1!

3amigoslogoJohnny Destructo, Ambush Bug and Optimous Douche review this week’s books: Pirouette 2, Gotham By Midnight 1, Shadow Show 1, Ody-C 1, and Scarlet Spiders 1! Also: listener emails and @$$terpiece Theatre!

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Here are the time stamps, since we tend to ramble:

email – 01:08
Gotham By Midnight 1 (Ray Fawkes, Ben Templesmith) Dc Comics – 14:47
Shadow Show 1 (Joe Hill, Jason Ciaramella, Charles Paul Wilson III) IDW – 24:29
Pirouette 2 (Mark L Millar, Carlos Granda) – Black Mask Studios – 33:30
@$$terpiece Theatre – 39:10
Ody-C 1 (Matt Fraction, Christian Ward) Image Comics – 41:12
Scarlet Spiders 1 (Mike Costa, Paco Diaz) Marvel Comics – 51:07
Homework assignment – WORST Crossover

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3 Comments to “Ep 257-Pirouette 2, Gotham By Midnight 1,
Shadow Show 1, Ody-C 1, and Scarlet Spiders 1!”

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  1. J.Goodwin says:

    JD, there are no backslashes on the internet. Those are slashes.

    Backslash \
    Slash /

    Backslashes are only used as directory delimiters in paths on Microsoft/PC/DOS, Windows, and OS/2, and that’s pretty much a legacy thing at this point, because they had already used slash as a command line switch delimiter in DOS 1.0 and 1.1 before they started supporting the use of directories in DOS 2.0.

  2. rolanddeschain says:

    “Backlash over the Backslash” Issue 3.1 of volume 44 brought to you by Marvel. NOW

  3. I feel ya Goodwin. You lost Bug at Internet. JD checked out at I imagine director…

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