Talking Comics – Discussing This Week's Upcoming Titles From JLA Gods & Monsters: Superman To Shrinking Man And 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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JLA Gods and Monsters continues this week as we get a look at a very different upbringing of Superman and exactly how much that changes the super hero that we've all come to know and love. This is not that Superman!

DC Comics has a light week, but they more than make up for it all with tons of annuals and tons of continuing stories! Batgirl, Deathstroke, Flash, Lobo and more get annuals this week!

Lots of our favorites ship this week and we can't wait to see what happens with so many of our favorite comics! Thors, Copperhead, Southern Bastards, and more continue this week and we can't wait to get our hands on them!

Don't miss the Question of the Week! Something's wrong with Superman and something has to be done about him! Watch…you'll see!

Time Stamps for this Episode:

03:39 Shrinking Man #1

04:38 JLA Gods And Monsters: Superman #1

05:55 Batgirl Annual #3

06:11 Deathstroke Annual #1

06:35 Flash Annual #4

07:01 Gotham By Midnight Annual #1

07:20 Lobo Annual #1

07:43 Superman #42

08:35 1602 Witch Hunter Angela #2

08:54 Age Of Ultron Vs Marvel Zombies #2

09:34 Deadpools Secret Secret Wars #3

09:56 Modok Assassin #3

10:51 Thors #2

11:27 X-Men 92 #2

11:49 Black Widow #20

12:40 Copperhead #9

13:31 Southern Bastards #10

14:47 Daredevil #17

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Hannah Means ShannonAbout 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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