Of course you realise, this means war . . .
The Comic Cast loves the smell of napalm in the morning. That and comics. Accordingly we’ve been court-marshalled to review a good deal of war comics this week, wheter they be battles on the field or battles of the heart, including Megan Kelso’s The Squirrel Mother , Todd McFarlane’s Spider-Man: Torment!, Jason Aaron & Cameron Stewart’s The Other Side, Damon Lindelof’s Ultimate Hulk Vs Wolverine, Rick Veitch & Gary Erskine’s ARMY@LOVE and Mark Millar’s Fantastic Four: Worlds Greatest. We also blow the bugle on the homefront with Gerry Hunt’s EASTER 1916: Blood upon The Rose, Howard Chaykin & Stephen Thompsons Die Hard Year 1 and the 24 Hour Comics ’09 Anthology. Not to mention a spoiler-free review of Pixar’s UP. The horror . . . the horror . . .
Download Show: The Comic Cast 27/10/09
ARMY @ LOVE by Rick Veitch
COMICS REVIEWED (with an Irish flavour)
Pixar’s UP (the wondeful teaser trailer)
Everybody’s Fine (trailer of genuinely genius new Robert De Nero movie)
Surviving Christmas (trailer of geniunely awful old Ben Affleck movie)
Mark Millar on Newsnight Review (CRINGE!)podcast
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