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Tonight we will discuss the new issues released by DC COMICS this week. Also how much of an impact did Marvel's Phase 3 announcement did over DC Film Universe announcmenet. Join us tonight at 8:30 PM PST / 11:30 PM EST.
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This was so not the show that we thought it was going to be. What started out as a casual comment about Blackish, turned into a pretty deep dicussion about the show and it's place in Black Culture.
The conversation moved to a wide variety of topics after that...
We talking about BarBQ Bob from the more recent Episode of The Walking Dead.
There was an anaylsis of the path the DC Comics and Marvel has set for their future on TV and theaters.
Geek Soul Brother gave his spoilerless review of John Wick.
It was just a really lively discussion all around.
Turner’s Point follows the fallout from the explosion of the marriage of Dan and Eileen Brockway, including:
· their son’s discovery of his sexual orientation and his true love
· the struggles of Dan, his new bride, and Dan’s longtime friend, Raul, in establishing a new law firm
· the efforts of Eileen and her son to resurrect their shattered lives back in their hometown
· Raul’s reunion with his secret daughter.
In addition to San Diego, Hollywood, and Johnson, Ohio, the story travels to the worlds of Wall Street lawyers and media personalities in New York City.
- “sublime and ridiculously good writing. One can simply groove on the poetic pulse of the language.” James F. Broderick, author of Stalked
WARNING: Turner’s Point contains some sexually explicit material that may be confusing to those who have never had sex and offensive to those who haven’t had it as excitingly as it’s portrayed in the book.
A MURDER COUNTRY:
The nineteenth century looms just a few years away, bringing with it the belief in progress and a new world. But for Josiah Fuller, William Corvin, and the Rider in the Appalachian backwoods and small towns of the late nineteenth century, there is nothing but a world where bloodshed is paid for in blood, and violence is the ultimate law of the land.
When seventeen-year-old Josiah Fuller comes home to find his parents hanged and mutilated and the family house burned to the ground, he sets off to find the man responsible for their murders and avenge their deaths. His journey takes him through new towns and wildernesses he has not seen before. He meets people who show him the realities of living in a violent world, forcing Josiah to decide what is most important to him: vengeance or grace.
Years after running away from home as a young boy, William Corvin returns with his new bride to take over the family's coal mining operation. Though he is haunted by the violence of his past, he sets out to live a peaceful life and start a family there. However, Corvin's hopes of peace are challenged when a horrible act of violence causes him to revert back to the man he once was.
After being visited by an angel in a dream years earlier, the Rider has become a man with violence in his blood, believing himself to be appointed by God to collect the souls of sinners. He travels around on his horse, killing whoever he feels is deserving of God's wrath and vengeance. These three men move along their own individual paths, their stories intersecting with one another, continually searching for an understanding of the violent world in which they live and their own actions within that world.
New BATMAN Comics coming out this week! Also we are catching up with an old BATMAN from the late eighty's early ninty's MICHAEL KEATON.
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This Monday night Graphic Policy Radio returns with a brand new episode! This show is all DC Comics as we talk about some brand new series as well as the debut of Constantine on NBC this past Friday. Joining the discussion is frequent guest Emma Houxbois.
Emma is a queer blogger for hire out of Vancouver, BC, and the DC Comics reviewer for The Rainbow Hub!
On tap this episode we're discussing:
Constantine debuted this past Friday on NBC. We discuss the first episode and what we think of the latest live adaptation of the character.
DC Comics has been shaking things up debuting lots of new series and shaking of the creative teams on others. We're discussing new series and the new directions for Catwoman, Gotham Academy, and Batgirl.
We want to hear from you too! Call in with your thoughts, or Tweet them to us @graphicpolicy.
The Flash (Grant Gustin) stops a robbery but the culprits get away after shooting a guard, and The Flash chooses to save the man instead of following the criminals. Joe (Jesse L. Martin) shows Barry a book of suspects and Barry identifies Leonard Snart (guest star Wentworth Miller, “Prison Break”) as the leader of the group.
While investigating the case, Barry gets a surprise visit from an old friend — Felicity Smoak (Emily Bett Rickards, “Arrow”), who heard about his new abilities and came to check them out for herself. She joins him at S.T.A.R. Labs to help stop Snart after it’s revealed that Snart his gotten his hands on a stolen “cold gun,” which could kill The Flash. Dr. Wells (Tom Cavanagh) is furious when he finds out that Cisco (Carlos Valdes) built the cold gun without telling anyone and now it’s missing. Meanwhile, Iris (Candice Patton) is getting the silent treatment from Joe because of her relationship with Eddie (Rick Cosnett). Finally, The Flash and Captain Cold have an epic confrontation. Glen Winter directed the episode written by Goff Johns & Kai Yu Wu.
Tonight we will be discussing back in August, a pristine copy of Action Comics No. 1, containing the origin story of the Man of Steel, sold for more than $3.2 million on eBay. But even if you don't have that kind of dough, you can see what the historic issue -- rated 9 out of 10 by CGC Comics, an independent grading authority -- looks like thanks to a scan the company posted on its website.
Also we will be talking about a KRYPTON being a possible TV SHOW just like SMALLVILLE. Come and join us tonight on your thoughts of a possible KRYPTON TV show.
Tonight’s guest is Dr. Sumi Makkar Sexton. Dr. Sumi is an associate professor of family medicine at Georgetown University School of Medicine, Washington DC, and is a founding partner and President of Premier Primary Care Physicians in Arlington, Virginia. She is also an associate editor for American Family Physician, the best-read journal in the field of primary care. Dr. Sexton received her medical degree from the University of Miami School of Medicine in 1996 and completed a residency in family medicine at Georgetown University School of Medicine in 1999. Her writing and research in the field of pacifier and thumb sucking was not only fueled by her current medical practice, but also by her two young daughters, who were avid pacifier users. Dr. Sumi’s most recent publication is a book called Pacifiers Anonymous: How to Kick the Pacifier or Thumb Sucking Habit. It should be mentioned as well, that this book is co-authored by Child Psychologist, Dr. Ruby Natale Andrew, and stay-at-home mother of two, Liz Draper.
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Tonight on DC COMICS Talk we will be discuss how the actor Jason Momoa is reacting to all the buzz on his latest role Aquaman. We will also discuss on the new comics being release this week. Join us tonight at 8:30 PM PST // 11:30 PM EST for the 2nd, DC Comics Talk Podcast.
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