Talking Comics – Discussing This Week's Upcoming Titles From Captain America White, To Paybacks, Tokyo Ghost & More!

By Randy Young and Chris Hunter

Bleeding Cool welcomes the return of Talking Comics, from Excalibur Comics, Cards, and Games in Shreveport, Louisiana, to discuss this week's upcoming books, speculating about where they are headed, and discuss their favorite storylines.

Hosts Randy Young and Chris Hunter say:

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It's another week of exciting comics hitting the shelf!

We knew that Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale had more great series to share with us and we finally get they're Captain America story that we've heard about for years!

The award-winning creators are back this week with their very own story of Captain America, Bucky, and The Howling Commandos that's not to be missed!

What happens to super heroes that can't pay their super hero bills? They get a visit from the super hero repo men, that's what! If you like that premise, then you're going to love Paybacks, a new series starting this week that focuses on this very topic!

Just how addicted are you to technology? Rick Remender and Sean Murphy take us deeper than you thought possible into technology addiction with Tokyo Ghost, showing us a future where this kind of addiction has changed the landscape of the entire Earth!

Superman's Truth continues this week as secrets between he and Wonder Woman are revealed and we get more Secret Wars tie-ins. Don't forget that there is a huge relaunch coming up in November for a ton of Marvel titles and these Secret Wars books are paving the way for change!

Don't miss the Question of the Week because we want to know if you are one with The Force!

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About Hannah Means Shannon

Editor-in-Chief at Bleeding Cool. Independent comics scholar and former English Professor. Writing books on magic in the works of Alan Moore and the early works of Neil Gaiman.
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