How to Dive into KING IN BLACK

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As the King in Black has come to an end, the question arises, “What’s the reading order?”, and if you want that answer you can follow this link. The main objective of this article is to try to shed some light on the different levels of this summer Event, from MUST READ – all the way to a fun inconsequential TIE-IN. Hopefully this will help you decide how much to spend (or how much more to spend).

King in Black #1

RECOMMENDED READING – This issues are suggested reading prior to King in Black
Venom by Donny Cates

MUST READ – These issues are all the Main Story and all are a big part of the King in Black
King in Black #1 – 5
Venom #31 – 34
Venom #200

Venom #31

TIE-IN SIDE STORY – These issues add depth to the world of King in Black and fill in a lot of the gaps that could not be covered in the main story. If you have a favorite character and did not see them enough on the main book, they may show up in one of these titles. These are the titles where you will see weird and fun team ups.
King in Black: Planet of the Symbiotes #1 – 3
King in Black: Thunderbolts #1 – 3

Planet of Symbiotes #1

ONE SHOTS – These issues are Stand Alone stories about specific characters, these stories do not directly impact the main story but they can add depth to the arc of each of the specific characters.
King in Black: Immortal Hulk
King in Black: Iron Man/Doctor Doom
King in Black: Black Knight
King in Black: Captain America
King in Black: Marauders
King in Black: Black Panther
King In Black: Wiccan and Hulkling
King In Black: Ghost Rider

King in Black: Iron Man/Doctor Doom

STAND ALONE STORY – These issues are very stand alone but tell a complete story. These stories focus on a specific group of individuals with a specific task or goal that in the larger scheme is inconsequential to the main story. This does not mean these titles are bad or not worth reading. These titles are for those looking for a complete picture. These stories also are enclosed so can be read without reading the main title. (although some knowledge of what the King in Black and Venom would be helpful.)
Symbiote Spider-Man: King in Black #1 – 5
King in Black: Namor #1 – 5
King In Black: Return of the Valkyries #1 – 4
King in Black: Gwenom Vs Carnage #1 – 3

Gwenom vs Carnage #1

OTHER TIE-IN – These are regular on going titles that took a small break to jump into a King In Black event. If you are a completionist, these Tie-Ins are for you
Atlantis Attacks #5
The Union #1 – 2
Black Cat #1 – 3
Spider-Woman #7 – 8
Guardians of the Galaxy #10
S.W.O.R.D. #2 – 4
Black Cat #2
Deadpool #10
Daredevil #26 – 27
Savage Avengers #17 – 18
Fantastic Four #29 – 30
Miles Morales: Spider-Man #23
Avengers #45 

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HOME #1 Advanced Review

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HOME #1 is a comic book published by Image Comics
Writer: Julio Anta
Artist: Anna Wieszczyk
Colorist: Bryan Valenza
Letterer: Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou

Home # 1 – Cover A

Home #1 by Julio Anta, Anna Wieszczyk, tells a story about a young boy and his mother trekking to America seeking asylum. The first issue tells of their trip from their country of origin, all the way to the United States. Meanwhile the narration tells of the current events, the news and some of the policies that have led to the conflict and commentary in the work.

The opening concepts were a serious tone based on current and timely real life events. Empathy is developed through the dialogue as we get to know the characters further, with lines like ”Don’t be nervous. All you have to do is tell the truth. Tell the nice men what happened to us, and why we need to come live with your aunt…” all spoken in “Spanish” per the comic notes. There are many hardships and obstacles that the characters encounter, but the idea of these events mirroring the situation of people in our country adds an extra layer to this story.

The art along with the rapid paneling really sets the pacing of the story as most of the comic is related to the trip and not so much the destination. The art feels stylized but also hopeful. The colors change in darken as the story progresses relating to the reader the upcoming issues for our characters.

Hassan’s lettering is a real driver for the severity of events, the distinction in font color for the different languages emphasizes the separation between the characters and the real life implications in the world.

This book brings all the elements together to the conclusion of the initial arc for this first issue as we are left off with the twist of the story for characters going forward. This book was not an easy read, as it is very much reflecting the current times and real life issues but it accomplishes to inform and entertain with its story.

JULIO ANTA and ANNA WIESZCZYK debut with a deeply grounded and heartfelt five-issue series that explores the real-world implications of a migrant with extraordinary powers.
Release Date: April 14, 2021
Price: $3.99
Read It Digitally: Home #1 via comiXology

Rating 4/5

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Dark Nights: Death Metal #7 Review

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Dark Nights: Death Metal #7 is a comic book published by DC Comics
Written by Scott Snyder
Art by Greg Capullo, Jonathan Glapion, Yanick Paquette & Bryan Hitch
Colors by FCO Plascencia, Nathan Fairbarn & Alex Sinclair
Letters by Tom Napolitano 

Dark Nights: Death Metal #7 cover by Capullo, Glapion & Plascencia

AN ANTI-CRISIS, PART VII: A SLAP IN THE FACE 
DC’s biggest, baddest battle for control of the Multiverse! The Darkest Knight is on the verge of ending this concert once and for all, but Wonder Woman stands ready to shred the Darkest Knight. This extra-sized finale issue includes not one but two mind-blowing epilogues that lead directly into the next phase of the DC Universe—and no fan will want to miss that!! 

This will contain a bit of spoilers for anything prior to issue number seven. This issue is the culmination of the battle for the universe and the faith of everything going forward. We pick up with Wonder Woman fighting the Darkest Knight but she is not the only one, multiple battles take place across the battleground and although the story focuses on DC’s Trinity, there are many characters whose arcs come to a close in this last chapter. This battle will be settled here.

Scott Snyder‘s final symphony of Death Metal brings about the most epic fight in the history of the Multiverse. This issue is not only delivering a fantastic, bombastic story, but it’s rewarding long time readers of the comic books and those engulfed in DC continuity. This is a very emotional issue and it’s a roller coaster of a ride from the beginning, the pacing picks up as the issue ramps up to its crescendo,  and the moment when you feel all is lost Snyder’s writing picks you back up and rallies back to continue the fight until we arrive at a moment of peace and serenity.

Dark Nights: Death Metal #7

The team of Greg Capullo, Jonathan Glapion and FCO Plascencia is a well oiled machine and this may be their best collaboration in comics to date. There are so many individual characters and the level of detail in each of them is outstanding. The panel layouts of this book are one of the most impressive parts of the full composition, not only does Capullo and the team make the reader physically turn the book as he has done in the past, but the layouts illustrate multiple events happening at the same time but it allows the reader to be clear on what is happening on each page Plascencia colors are vibrant and elevate the art and the impact at the conclusion of the event the art becomes simple and very calming The two back of stories have completely different art in our teams and this helps understand that the world is now different moving forward

This whole issue is accented and rounded off by Tom Napolitano‘s lettering. The multiple styles portrayed for each of the universes and the different characters that inhabit this issue allow the reader to have a clear distinction on the difference between them.

Dark Nights: Death Metal #7 really feels like a combination of years of storytelling and hard work on behalf of the team and DC comics. The event as a whole is an impressive showcase of both talent and the depth of the DC Multiverse and although it may not be the most “first time reader friendly” book, it is an enjoyable ride that rocks everyone’s faces off.

If you’re interested in seeing How Deep to dive into the Tie-ins of this event check out our previous article

Dark Nights: Death Metal #7 is available January 5th wherever comics are sold.

Rating 5/5

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Dark Nights: DEATH METAL – How far to Dive in?

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Reading time 3 minutes

Dark Nights: Death Metal is the Sequel to Dark Nights: Metal from 2017. This DC Comics event has shaped the DC Universe over the past few years and this current event promises to change it all forever.
The Main Issues of this event have been created by the team of Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo, Jonathan Glapion, FCO Plascencia and Tom Napolitano.

DC Comics Formally Announces Dark Nights: Death Metal - The Fanboy SEO
Promotional Art by Greg Capullo, Jonathan Glapion & FCO Plascencia

These comic book events can often times have alot of supplementary tie-in comics and series. This article is not about the reading order, for that I recommend checking out this article be the great folks at How to Love Comics.
This post is our way to help you decide how deep to dive into this event.
We read all the tie-ins so you don’t have to, unless you want to.

The Main Core of the Story.
These 7 issues are the main part of the story, there is enough here in these issues for complete story, no extra reading just pure DEATH METAL
Dark Nights: Death Metal issues 1 – 7

Death Metal Issues 1 – 7

The Sounds of Death Metal!
The following issues are all one shots that although not immediately relevant to the main story, really allow the reader to understand certain events and references that the characters in the Main DEATH METAL title are experiencing. These titles could be seen as side quest that are consequential to the main story. None of these issues are an ongoing series but they directly affect our protagonists and antagonists.
Dark Nights: Death Metal – Legends of the Dark Knights
Dark Nights: Death Metal – Trinity Crisis
Dark Nights: Death Metal – Speed Metal
Dark Nights: Death Metal – Multiverse’s End
Dark Nights: Death Metal – Rise of the New God

The Coda of Doom
If you are in this deep and need more lets go on a SIDE QUEST
the issues below are part of an ongoing series and the events are directly related to DEATH METAL. The Events on this miniseries indirectly affect the characters and lead up to Death Metal issue #5
Justice League Issues 53 – 57 (2020) “DOOM METAL”
This story directly deals with the fate of the Legion of Doom during the Events of DEATH METAL. For a Full breakdown check out this article from DC Comics

Justice League #53 – 57

Turn it up to ELEVEN, and ROCK OUT
This level for the true completionists. If you are into the deep cuts these issues are for you. This is where the creators explore the backgrounds and motivations of everyone involved in the story. Explore the dark multiverse at your leisure. Although these titles do not directly impact the main story they add depth and substance.
Dark Nights: Death Metal Guidebook
Dark Nights: Death Metal – Robin King
Dark Nights: Death Metal – Infinite Hours Exxxtreme!
Dark Nights: Death Metal – The Multiverse Who Laughs
Dark Nights: Death Metal – The Secret Origin
Dark Nights: Death Metal – The Last Stories of the DCU
Dark Nights: Death Metal – The Last 52: War of the Multiverses

Tie-in issues for big events are not for everyone, but this should help you decide how to spend your money and how deep to dive into Dark Nights: Death Metal
ROCK ON!!

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101: Next Issue Podcast Investor Call 2020 – Part 1

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This episode is part 1 of our 2 part discussion

This week Clay, Kyle Josh and Daniel discuss all the announcements from the Disney investor call 2020

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Taskmaster #1 Review

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Early review of the upcoming comic Taskmaster by Jed MacKay, artist Alessandro Vitti, colorist Guru-eFX, and letterer Joe Caramagna.

Taskmaster #1 (2020)

I’ll be honest.  I’ve never read a Taskmaster story.  Not even once.  I know who the character is and what his abilities are, but that is due to different video games and Marvel cartoons.  I’ve never really read a Taskmaster story or arc involving the character.

For those of you that do not know much about him, Taskmaster is the alter ego of Tony Masters.  He is a super villain, mercenary, and anti-hero.  He first appeared in Avengers #195.  He has the ability to mimic any persons movements, fighting styles and mannerisms which makes him a very formidable opponent. 

Taskmaster #1 starts with him in the middle of doing odd jobs to make ends meet.  In the middle of the job, he is suddenly attacked.  With no weapons and no time to react he is forced to run.  Only to be helped by an unlikely accomplice.

I think the premise that the writer sets up is pretty genius and lends to the situational humor I found throughout the book. We find out that Tony has been framed for something he didn’t do, and must now set out to clear his name or die. Writer Jed Mackay, builds an arc that looks to be part buddy cop, one part fugitive on the run and one part murder mystery. 

Alessandro Vitti’s art is really well done.  There was quite a bit of action in the pages and I think it was well handled.  Also the supporting characters are all well known Marvel characters and are very well drawn with subtle nods to make them his own.  

All in all, I very much liked this first issue and will put this on my pull list to see how this first story arc plays out. 

Rating 3.5 / 5  

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The Autumnal #1 Review

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The Autumnal #1 is a comic book published by Vault Comics. Written by NYT bestselling author Daniel Kraus (The Shape of Water, Trollhunters), art by Chris Shehan, colors by Jason Wordie and letters by Jim Campbell

In THE AUTUMNAL, is part of the NIGHTFALL Line, Vault‘s annual fall horror imprint. Every year as the weather turns brisk and autumn sets in, NIGHTFALL comes. As Vault continues its usual line, select new series introduced from September to December will bear the NIGHTFALL icon, promising genuine horror. Following the death of her estranged mother, Kat Somerville and her daughter, Sybil, flee a difficult life in Chicago for the quaint–and possibly pernicious–town of Comfort Notch, New Hampshire.

In this series premiere from Vault Comics NIGHTFALL line we catch up with Kat as her life is in a state of imbalance and disarray. At this very moment the death of Kat’s mother starts a series of events that take Kat and her daughter Sybil back home. The small town setting, along with the familiar story of having to go back to your roots set up the mystery in this issue. We find Kat and Sybil’s lives to be complicated and full of challenges. Each other is all they really have, and they have to take the chance to make this trip. 

Chris Sheran brings this world to life as their art sets up the eerie slow burn of this story. The detailed facial expressions in the story fill the panels with the feelings of the protagonist. The backgrounds are filled with details about Kat and Sybil that inform the reader about their personalities. Wordie’s color palette is cool and muted initially and as the setting changes to the town of comfort Notch where the colors explode with lush vibrant autumn tones. Furthermore the panel work is very distinct, although mainly shaped like normal rectangular panels, the borders bleed into the story as conflict escalates and they provide a sense of uneasy and raise the tension. 

Something is amiss in this small town and this first issue sets up the mystery of Autumn in the town of Comfort Notch. The future of Kat and Sybil remains a mystery. The book addresses personal trauma in the context of a horror story. The characters are likeable, approachable and sympathetic. All of these elements make this a very entertaining and engaging read.     

The Autumnal #1 Variant cover

THE AUTUMNAL #1 hits store shelves on September 23, 2020, and will launch with two variant covers, both by Nathan Gooden and Tim Daniel. Sold wherever comic books are found

Rating 4.5/5

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14: Next Issue Podcast | San Diego ComicCon 2022 Recap

This week Clay Josh and Daniel recap all the great announcements from San Diego ComicCon 2022

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102: Next Issue Podcast Investor Call 2020 – Part 2

This week Clay, Kyle Josh and Daniel continue to discuss all the announcements from the Disney investor call 2020

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93: Next Issue Halloween Special: The Blue Naked Guy

This week is our Spooky Halloween Special! Clay, Kyle, Josh and Daniel discuss our favorite Spooky Media across multiple platforms. 

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Previously on Next Issue … [01:00 – 37:00]Comics Mentioned

  • Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Vol. 1-6, (W) Masashi Kishimoto/Ukyo Kodachi (A)Mikio Ikemoto.  
  • Legend of the Swamp Thing: Halloween Spectacular. Abbott (W) Saladin Ahmed (A) Sami Kivela (C) Jason Wordie.
  • Rorschach #1,
  • Strange Adventures #6
  • Kings Watch by Jeff Parker and Marc Laming,
  • Tomboy, Volume 1 by Mia Goodwin for Comic Book Club
  • Spiderwoman.
  • The Flash ongoing
  • Spider-Man 50
  • X-Men 1-11,
  • Avengers: Age of Knoshu ending #37

Main Topic [37:00 – 01:43:00]

The Halloween Episode 

Daniel’s list 

Comics:

  • WYTCHES – Scott Snyder, Jock, Matt Hollingsworth, Clem Robins
  • Robert Kirkman Comics – Marvel Zombies Vol. 1, The Walking Dead Outcast 
  • Cullen Bunn Comics – The Empty Man, Bone Parish, Cold Spots, Dark Ark, Harrow County, Night of the Living Deadpool and (Return of),
  • Aliens: Dead Orbit by James Stokoe
  • James Tynion IV – Something is Killing The Children, the Woods, Memetic
  • Babyteeth – Donny Cates, Dee Cunife
  • Archie’ Horror verse – Afterlife, The Hunger, Vampironica
  • Uzumaki – Junji Ito
  • PTSD Radio –  Masaaki Nakayama

Movies:

  • The Babadook (2014)
  • It Follows (2015)
  • Train to Busan (Busanhaeng) (2016)
  • Dawn of the Dead (2004)
  • The Conjuring (2013) and II

TV Shows:

  • Are you Afraid of the Dark? 
  • The Twilight Zone
  • The Strain 
  • MTV’s Fear

Clay’s List

Comics:

  • The Walking Dead series Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore
  • (AKA Comics) Year Zero: Volume 1 by Benjamin Percy, Ramon Rosanas, Lee Loughridge
  • 30 Days of Nights series Steve Niles, Ben Templesmith
  • I am Legend adaptation by Steve Niles and Elman Brown
  • Rednecks Donny Cates and L. Estherren

TV shows – (Specific Episodes) 

  • Dr Who – Blink
  • X-Files – Home S04E02
  • Twilight Zone – The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street S01E22
  • Black Mirror – Christmas episode 2014
  • Buffy – Hush S04S10
  • Masters of Horror – Cigarette Burns

Movies – 

  • Chopping Mall
  • Halloween 3: Season of the Witch
  • Night of the Creeps
  • The Fog
  • The Mutilator (Fall Break) – Great Music Video

JOSH’S LIST

Comics:

  • Classic E.C. horror comics
  • Beasts of Burden by Evan Dorkin and Jill Thompson
  • PTSD Radio by Masaaki Nakayama
  • Sandman: The Doll’s House by Neil Gaiman and Various Artists
  • Gideon Falls by Jeff Lemire and Andrea Sorrentino
  • Leviathan by Ian Edginton and D’Israeli

Movies:

  • The Haunting (1963)
  • Classic Universal Monster films (especially The Mummy)
  • The Color Out of Space with Nicholas Cage
  • Gothic
  • The Shining
  • Incubus (1966)
  • John Carpenter’s The Thing

TV:

  • Paranoia Agent
  • Twin Peaks (especially Season 3)
  • Lars Von Trier’s The Kingdom

Kyle’s List

  • Monster Squad 
  • Gremlins 1 and 2 

Recommendations [01:37:00 – End]

Josh: Eerie, Indiana on Amazon Prime

Clay: AWA Comics – AWA Studios (AWA standing for Artists, Writers & Artisans) is an American independent comic book publisher founded in November 2018 by Axel Alonso, Bill Jemas and Jonathan Perkins Miller.

  • Archangel 8 – Heaven and Hell at war
  • Year Zero – Zombie Apocalypse
  • The Resistance – J Michael Stasinzki Super heroes
  • Hotell – horror
  • Red Border – Crime

Link for bound book information. 

Daniel: Black Bolt, Vol. 1: Hard Time – (W) Saladin Ahmed (A) Christian Ward -, LoveCraft Country HBO MAX

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3: Next Issue Podcast | Announcements from ComicsPRO 2022

This week Josh, Kyle, Clay and Daniel discuss the announcements from ComicsPRO 2022
 

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2: Next Issue Podcast | Strange Adventures Discussion

This week Josh, Kyle, Clay and Daniel discuss Strange Adventures by Tom King, Mitch Gerards and Doc Shaner, published by DC Comics

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1: Next Issue Podcast | We pitch our own DC Comics projects

This week Josh, Clay and Daniel come up with their own DC Movie and TV projects
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111: Disney+ Day Reaction Show

YOUTUBE link – https://youtu.be/u-zTphM8j-Y

Twitch Link – https://www.twitch.tv/nextissue

 

Daniel – eckospider@yahoo.com

Clay nightcrawler13@gmail.com (Shelby’s Patreon)

Kyle – kkondas@gmail.com

Adrian – adrianharry72@gmail.com

Josh –  joshrichardrose@gmail.com

 

“Previously on Next Issue Segment” –
Quick chat about something you have been reading, watching, playing etc. [Comics, TV, Movies, Games Etc]

Patreon 

Daniel: Dexter New Blood, Batman Imposter #1, Inferno #2, Venom #1, Robin & Batman Regarding the Matter of Oswald’s Body #1 & What’s the Furthest Place from Home? #1  – – Rocky I – III & Rocky IV: Rocky Vs Drago. Red Notice – Shang Chi and the Legend of the 10 Rings [IMAX ENHANCED]

Josh: Read comics! Seven Deadly Sins, Volume 1 by Nakaba Suzuki, Pathfinder: Fumbus! One Shot by Fred van Lente, Tom Garcia, Vincius Townsend, and Tom Napolitano

Clay: 

Kyle: 

 

Main Topic

 

https://www.ign.com/articles/disney-plus-day-2021-everything-announced-star-wars-marvel

Recommendations (if needed, maybe just the stuff covered in the main topic)

Josh: Humble Bundle: Lone Wolf and Cub

Daniel:

Kyle: 

Clay:

112: Disney + Day: Moon Knight talk!

YOUTUBE link – https://youtu.be/u-zTphM8j-Y

Twitch Link – https://www.twitch.tv/nextissue

 

Daniel – eckospider@yahoo.com

Clay nightcrawler13@gmail.com (Shelby’s Patreon)

Kyle – kkondas@gmail.com

Adrian – adrianharry72@gmail.com

Josh –  joshrichardrose@gmail.com

 

“Previously on Next Issue Segment” –
Quick chat about something you have been reading, watching, playing etc. [Comics, TV, Movies, Games Etc]

Patreon 

Daniel: Dexter New Blood, Batman Imposter #1, Inferno #2, Venom #1, Robin & Batman Regarding the Matter of Oswald’s Body #1 & What’s the Furthest Place from Home? #1  – – Rocky I – III & Rocky IV: Rocky Vs Drago. Red Notice – Shang Chi and the Legend of the 10 Rings [IMAX ENHANCED]

Josh: Read comics! Seven Deadly Sins, Volume 1 by Nakaba Suzuki, Pathfinder: Fumbus! One Shot by Fred van Lente, Tom Garcia, Vincius Townsend, and Tom Napolitano

Clay: 

Kyle: 

 

Main Topic

 

https://www.ign.com/articles/disney-plus-day-2021-everything-announced-star-wars-marvel

Recommendations (if needed, maybe just the stuff covered in the main topic)

Josh: Humble Bundle: Lone Wolf and Cub

Daniel:

Kyle: 

Clay:

110: Batman Day

Patreon – https://www.patreon.com/nextissuepodcast 

 

YOUTUBE link – https://youtu.be/sdDL1haJPDs

Twitch Link – https://www.twitch.tv/nextissue

 

Daniel – eckospider@yahoo.com

Clay nightcrawler13@gmail.com (Shelby)

Kyle – kkondas@gmail.com

Adrian – adrianharry72@gmail.com

Josh –  joshrichardrose@gmail.com

 

 

Daniel: Aquaman the Becoming, The Death of Doc Strange, X-Men #3, Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen (Fraction & Lieber) FEAR STATE Batman Secret Files Miracle Molly,  Catwoman and Batman 113, STAR WARS Visions, KATE,  DOOM Patrol S03E01 Titan S03E01.What We do in the Shadows

Josh: Watching stuff: new seasons of A.P. Bio, Ghosts, and What We Do In the Shadows; Hazel and I have started watching the Doctor Who revival 2005 from the beginning (NEWS: Russel T. Davies has been re-hired as showrunner!)

Clay: TV – Superstore, No Reservations, DDD, Party Down South, Alter Ego

Comics – Rorschach by Tom King , Magic by Jed MacKay Artist: Ig Guara

Kyle: 

 

WHat if? Episode talk (if we all watched it)

 

Main Topic

 

Batman day Extravaganza 

 

Clay – 3 Jokers

The Batman who Laughs

Question of the Week –  What Batman villain would you like to see get a origin series on HBOMAX?

Is there an underrated Batman family series you recommend? 

Default Batman artist? 

Recommendations (if needed, maybe just the stuff covered in the main topic)

Josh: https://www.humblebundle.com/books/tv-movies-titan-comics-books 

Daniel: Human Remains #1 from Vault Comics, Inferno #1 

Kyle: 

Clay:  The Wonder Years