Reading: Nerd Links! (June 19, 2016)

A round-up of this week’s best nerd related links:

Every Day is Like Wednesday Rereads Secret War: It’s no secret that most comic book fans have an on and off again relationship with Brian Michael Bendis. J. Caleb Mozzocco gives a very detailed (spoilers if you haven’t read this over ten-year-old comic event) analysis. The best thing about Mozzocco’s blog is that he doesn’t hold back what he thinks.

Gamestop Interviews Tom King and David Finch: The new creators of Batman discuss Batman’s role in Gotham. Is Batman the hero that Gotham deserves when he really doesn’t possess superpowers like Superman, Green Lantern, and Flash? He can take down a bad guy, but can he stop a catastrophe? I really liked King’s first script and this provides some insights as to where he is going with the series.

All New Showcase Episode 323 Rebirth Roundup: The long-running All New Showcase’s newest episode provides a comprehensive roundup of the DC Rebirth releases. Nola Nerd Couple found this extremely useful in filling in the gaps of our DC knowledge. Mr. Nola Nerd Couple almost went to BSI Comics and told them to put all of DC’s titles in his pull folder after listening to this podcast.  Almost.

Longbox Episode 26 Aquaman and Kevin Smith:  The comic book historians discuss Aquaman and play a portion of the Kevin Smith Q&A during his stop in New Orleans for his tour. We couldn’t make it to the Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes podcast so we were excited to hear this.

Ramsay Snow Bolton, A Saist Dark and Full of Terrors: Dr. Travis Langley explores the psychological aspects of sci-fi, fantasy, superheroes, etc., and here he takes a look a the character of Ramsay Bolton. Ramsay, obviously, has all sorts of issues, and probably is beyond psychologist’s help!

 

Word Balloon Podcast Superman Vs Ali & Watchmen invades DC Rebirth W Neal Adams Dave Gibbons Ed Brubaker & Brian Azzarello:  Ok this one is technically from last week, but I just listened to it last night. The  highlight for me was listening to Brubaker and Gibbons talk about creator rights in comic books.
 

 

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