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My birthday was last week and my boyfriend had been asking me what I wanted for weeks. I didn’t know how to tell him that Brian Wood and Olivier Coipel had already given me all I ever wanted.
I know that sounds dramatic, but truly I do not know how to explain to you guys what it feels like to finally (at far too old an age) hold in your hands a comic book that you have dreamed of since you were a kid. A comic book that you wanted to WILL into existence. And now, like magic (plus 20 years) I have it.
But really, that’s not enough. Nope.
In my excitement for and about this title and what a long time coming it is – I think I have truly been waiting 20 years for this book – I thought it’d be a good time to talk about the ladies being featured in the title. The X-Men on Wood’s team are some of my favorite characters in all of comics, so I’m pretty excited to see them all here together, kicking ass and taking names.
“You say your protection / Is proof of your affection / If I need security / I’ll keep a gun on me”
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Inside this episode! A review of Brian Wood and Olivier Coipel’s ALL NEW X-Men #1 and a review of Lil’ Gotham #2 by Dustin Nguyen and Derek Fridolfs. We also talk about Digital Comics and last, but certainly not least, is an interview with Brian Wood and we talk all things X-Men #1!
Here are the breaks:
Review of X-Men #1 Review – 01:00
Review of Lil’ Gotham #2 Review & Digital Comics Discussion – 15:30
Interview with Brian Wood – 38:59
Misc. Comics Talk! – 107:07
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