Volume 2, Episode 3 – This May Be the Gas Talkin’ f/Jason Aaron

After discussing his work on PunisherMAX pretty much every week it’s come out, we finally managed to snag an interview with Scalped, Wolverine and X-Men writer Jason Aaron on this week’s show! He even braved a deadly gas leak to talk with us about VHS cinema, crazy storytelling, characterizing the Punisher, his CBR column, collaborating with artists to create super-cool scenes, a hint about what Bullseye whispered in Frank’s ear and a ton more! Plus, we take on a hater who…well, um…has a point. Plus, we welcome Hundo Clubber Clayton Johnston to our third chair!

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Comics Talked About:

  • Gates of Gotham #2
  • Superman #712
  • Butcher Baker: The Righteous Maker

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9 thoughts on “Volume 2, Episode 3 – This May Be the Gas Talkin’ f/Jason Aaron”

  1. Oh! Just thought of a Batman/Ric Flair similarity. Spectacular entrances. Ric Flair with his robed entrance to “Also sprach Zarathustra” and usually fireworks. Batman with his penchant for smashing through skylights or arriving in one of his bat-vehicles.

    However – I highly doubt if Batman was a wrestler that he’d climb up the turnbuckle and get tossed back to the mat every friggin’ match for 30 years. That move doesn’t work Ric!!

  2. Chris proves that everything does indeed go with Guile’s Theme.

    Damn. Can’t believe I missed a chance to get a question answered by Jason Aaron. I need to keep up.

    Looking forward to next week’s comics alliance round up!

  3. Oh yeah, Four Lions is great! Great recommendation Matt. I saw Four Lions last year and laughed my butt off. The end was really rough.

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