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Almost the entire galaxy’s defenders have been blown through a black hole, including the Silver Surfer! But the story doesn’t end there… In order to fight back the oblivion, Surfer will have to fight to save his own soul and not lose himself to the void. Follow the Sentinel of the Spaceways on a journey that will change him forever! News 00:53 Silv…
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When Taylor goes missing, Cornelius investigates and discovers an ancient ring, unlike anything he has ever seen. As its power echoes through the stars, the Guardians of the Universe must reveal to their Lanterns a secret they had hoped would remain buried. With the Green Lantern Corps, led by Hal Jordan, racing to get to the source of this power b…
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This week we were recommended Minor Threats by Patton Oswalt, Jordan Blum, and Scott Hepburn. It's hard out there for a supervillain. Not the world conquerors, chaos engines, or arch-nemeses . . . but the little guys. The ones who put on uniforms, knock over jewelry stores, and get tied to poles. And things are about to get worse. This graphic crim…
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In anticipation for the new Netflix series, we read Dead Boy Detectives! Characters from the pages of The Sandman, Edwin Paine (died 1916) and Charles Rowland (died 1990) will take on any and all mysteries—including their own untimely deaths! The dead boys head back to St. Hilarions, where bullying headmasters continue to rule the school. But when …
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The darkly twisted story of a young man forced to kill bad people, and how he struggles to keep his secret as it slowly begins to ruin his life and the lives of his friends and loved ones. Both a thriller and a deconstruction of vigilantism, this comic is unlike anything this award-winning team has done before. News 1:14 Kill or Be Killed 18:03 Bac…
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It's one of the most controversial stories Marvel has ever produced! When friends May and Mary take on a summer job after high school, they meet brothers Ben and Richard--and summer lovin' ensues! Prepare for sand, sun, high drama and infidelity! News 00:44 Trouble 15:51 Back Matter Matters 51:48 The Pull-List 55:50 Linktr.ee/tradewaiters Follow Us…
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Superboy and Robin make their super-hero duo debut in SUPER SONS! These stories take them on a collision course with Lex Luthor and introduce Kid Amazo, a villain whose ascension parallels the boys' own understanding of their powers—except he believes it's his right to rule every being on the planet! News 00:53 Super Sons 10:38 Back Matter Matters …
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We drink it. We love it. But how much do we really know about beer? Starting from around 7000 BC, beer has emerged as a major element driving humankind’s development, a role it has continued to play through today’s craft brewing explosion. The first-ever nonfiction graphic novel focused on this most favored beverage, you can follow along from the v…
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Scandalous gossip, wild parties, and forbidden love—witness what the gods do after dark in this stylish and contemporary reimagining of one of mythology’s most well-known stories from creator Rachel Smythe. Smythe’s original Eisner-nominated web-comic brings the Greek Pantheon into the modern age with this sharply perceptive and romantic graphic no…
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Can't get enough Dune? Well you're in luck because New York Times best-selling novelists Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson, alongside Dev Pramanik , adapt their acclaimed prequel to the groundbreaking Dune in comic book form for the first time, perfect for longtime fans and new readers alike. This book transports readers to the far future on the …
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As a podcast there are some comics we've had yet to review even after 200 episodes. One of those being an Iron Man book. Tony Stark - Iron Man, billionaire industrialist and director of S.H.I.E.L.D. - faces the most overwhelming challenge of his life. Ezekiel Stane, the son of Tony's late business rival and archenemy Obadiah, has set his sights, hi…
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This week we review the newest comic, Mosely, from one of our favorite creators Rob Guillory. In the hyper-technological world of the later 21st century, Mosely is a bitter old janitor on a mission from a higher power—to unleash holy Hell upon the “too big to fail” Tech Gods. Can one man bring down the corporate powers who’ve used their vast influe…
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In anticipation for the new live-action Netflix adaptation we read, Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Promise. This is a new tale that follows the animated series finale. Aang and friends must join together once again as the four nations' tenuous peace is threatened by an impasse between Fire Lord Zuko and Earth King Kuei! As the world heads toward …
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An often-overlooked genre in comics are romance comics. They're not quite as frequent as your superhero books but hold an important place in the industry. For this year's Valentine's Day episode, we review Love Everlasting. Joan Peterson discovers that she is trapped in an endless, terrifying cycle of "romance"—a problem to be solved, a man to marr…
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As a short and sweet treat, we review The Left Bank Gang to change things up from our milestone episode. 2007 Eisner Award-winner: set in 1920s Paris, this is a deliciously inventive re-imagining of the great literary figures of the period (Fitzgerald, Hemingway, Pound, and Joyce) as graphic novelists... and perpetrators of a thrilling, double-cros…
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We did it everyone! Another milestone for the Trade Waiters pod and no signs of slowing down. Thank you to everyone who has supported us and kept us going by checking us out. For our 200th episode read another huge collection of a weekly comic that ran for a year, totaling 1200 pages! After INFINITE CRISIS, the DC Universe had its most eventful yea…
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In preparation for our 200th episode, DC's 52, we read the comic event that sets it up, Infinite Crisis. Surrounded by their most fearsome enemies, the world's greatest heroes are divided within and without. DC's icons face their most dire hour. What happens next will destroy friendships and lives, dictating the direction of the universe for the ne…
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In excitement for the new Disney+ series, Echo, we reviewed the trade that includes her first appearance! She is Echo. Though seemingly kindred souls, their secret identities are very much at odds. Maya seeks out her father's killer, a man that Kingpin says is Daredevil. Can Matt Murdock clear his name before his new love becomes his executioner? N…
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This week we review Nathan's Christmas gift to Daniel, Kroma by Lorenzo De Felici. Imprisoned in a tower within the walls of Pale City, Kroma lives her days out in darkness, believing she is the most evil thing on Earth. However, where her people see a monster, the mysterious orphan Zet sees a human. But if either of them is to survive the city’s s…
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The first of our Trade Waiters gifts is The New World. The United States of America-after the Second Civil War. Two lovers meet. One: a straight-edge vegan hacker anarchist boy with a penchant for messing with the State. The other: a chaotic, hedonistic cop with a reality TV show and a license to kill. This really shouldn't happen-and yet, somehow,…
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Happy Holidays everyone! It's our favorite time of year where we get to review a Christmas comic! The writers behind the hit series Deadpool present the sad, funny, and true story of Santa Claus after the apocalypse. After tragedy strikes the North Pole, Santa turns his back on humanity and gives up on Christmas. Even though the world has been comp…
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In excitement for the new movie Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom we read a book we suspect it took inspiration from. After being dethroned by his own people and sent into exile, Aquaman discovers a conspiracy in his kingdom, in this tale presented for the first time in hardcover. Rather than reclaim his birthright, he becomes a hero, but even Aquaman c…
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This week we read Amazing X-Men for Nathan's birthday comic! A book he read early on that he thought we should revisit. Ever since Nightcrawler's death in X-MEN MESSIAH COMPLEX, the X-Men have been without their heart and soul. After learning that their friend may not be gone after all, it's up to WOLVERINE, STORM, BEAST, ICEMAN, NORTHSTAR and FIRE…
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This week we review the French bandes dessinée that Daniel brought back from his travels, A Man's Skin. Bianca is eighteen and her marriage to Giovanni has been arranged. She’s only seen him once but would like to get to know her husband before they’re wed. Her grandmother offers to let Bianca stay with her, to teach her about life and men a bit. B…
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Happy Thanksgiving! And what better way to celebrate this family holiday than to read about Marvel's first family? It’s the start of a new era for the Fantastic Four...and they’re already in a ton of trouble. Something has gone terribly wrong in New York! Can the FF find their way back together and somehow rebuild their lives? News 1:14 Fantastic F…
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In anticipation for Netflix's new animated series, Scott Pilgrim Takes Off, we went back to the source material. Scott Pilgrim's life is totally sweet. He's 23 years old, he's in a rock band, he's "between jobs," and he's dating a cute high school girl. Nothing could possibly go wrong, unless a seriously mind-blowing, dangerously fashionable, rolle…
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In anticipation for the newest MCU film, The Marvels, we read the 2014 run of Captain Marvel by Kelly Sue Deconnick and David Lopez. Captain Marvel, Earth's Mightiest Hero with death-defying powers and an attitude to match! Carol Danvers comes to a crossroads with a new life and new romance, she makes a dramatic decision that will alter the course …
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In anticipation for Monarch: Legacy of Monsters we Read Godzilla: The Half-Century War by James Stokoe. Introducing a new and exciting look at Godzilla's reign of destruction. The year is 1954 and Lieutenant Ota Murakami is on hand when Godzilla makes first landfall in Japan. Along with his pal Kentaro, Ota makes a desperate gamble to save lives...…
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On the last week of our annual horror month of October, we read Marvel Zombies vs Army of Darkness by John Layman and Fabiano Neves. Writer John Layman joins us as we see the Marvel Zombies come face-to-face with Dynamite Entertainment's Ash from the Army of Darkness! Ash has faced legions of the undead before, but never like this as he lands in th…
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This week on our annual horror month of October, we read Ice Cream Man by W. Maxwell Prince and Martin Morazzo. Chocolate, vanilla, existential horror, drug addiction, musical fantasy...there's a flavor for everyone's misery. This is a genre-defying comic book series featuring disparate 'one-shot' tales of sorrow, wonder, and redemption. Each insta…
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This week on our annual horror month of October, we read Killadelphia by Rodney Barnes and Jason Shawn Alexander. When a small-town beat cop comes home to bury his murdered father-the revered Philadelphia detective James Sangster Sr.-he begins to unravel a mystery that leads him down a path of horrors that will shake his beliefs to their core. The …
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Beginning our annual horror month of October, we read The Immortal Hulk by Al Ewing and Joe Bennett. Described as a horror take on the classic Marvel hero that still has science and new concepts to explore for the character. You know Bruce Banner. He's quiet, calm, never complains. He's a man who believes he can use the darkest elements of his pers…
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Finishing our month of movies that you didn't know were comic adaptations we read 300 by Frank Miller and Lynn Varley. The armies of Persia are poised to crush Greece, an island of reason and freedom in a sea of madness and tyranny. Standing between Greece and this tidal wave of destruction are a tiny detachment of but three hundred warriors. Frank…
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Continuing our month of movies that you didn't know were comic adaptations we read Wanted by Mark Millar and J.G. Jones. An essential prerequisite for the currently releasing mini-series, Big Game by Mark Millar and Pepe Larraz. Everyman Wesley Gibson just discovered that his father is dead and that he is in line to take his place in a secret frate…
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Continuing our month of movies that you didn't know were comic adaptations we read The Mask by John Arcudi and Doug Mahnke. The series tells the story of a supernatural mask that grants its wearers nearly limitless power, often at the cost of their sanity. News 02:11 The Mask 10:27 Back Matter Matters 36:34 The Pull-List 47:22 Linktr.ee/tradewaiter…
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This is the first book of our month of movies that you didn't know were comic adaptations. As a C.I.A. operative, Paul Moses's unique talent for killing took him around the world from one hotspot to another, carrying out the deadly orders of his superiors. When he retired, he wanted to put his bloody past behind him. But when a new administration t…
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In excitement for the live-action adaptation, we read One Piece by Eiichiro Oda. As a child, Luffy was inspired to become a pirate by listening to the tales of "Red-Haired" Shanks. But his life changed when he accidentally ate the Gum-Gum Devil Fruit and gained the power to stretch like rubber...at the cost of never being able to swim again! Years …
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In excitement for the Blue Beetle movie we read the characters first solo series. The mystical Blue Beetle scarab has chosen its new guardian: teenager Jaime Reyes! But supernatural powers can be a blessing or a curse, and when it comes to the powers of the Scarab, you don't get one without the other. News 1:53 Blue Beetle 15:31 Back Matter Matters…
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This week we reviewed Best Teen Publication Eisner award winner, Do A Powerbomb! A great high-energy book combining DWJ's two loves, pro wrestling and comics. Lona Steelrose wants to be a pro wrestler, but she's living under the shadow of her mother, the best to ever do it. Everything changes when a wrestling-obsessed necromancer asks her to join t…
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In excitement for the new Netflix show, The Chosen One, we read American Jesus by Mark Millar and Peter Gross. After surviving a freak accident, a twelve-year-old boy discovers he's the returned Jesus Christ. He can turn water into wine, make the crippled walk...he can even raise the dead. How will he deal with his destiny and lead the world throug…
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Welcome to the new world of TMNT with an all-new creative team! After the cataclysmic events of “City At War,” the Turtles find New York City drastically changed—new factions and enemies are on the rise, and allies are in short supply. The Turtles discover that in order to survive, they will need to work together like never before. This pod include…
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This week we read Young Avengers by Keiron Gillen, Jamie McKelvie, and Matt Wilson. Joining together characters we love and others we got to learn about in the book; Wiccan, Hulkling, Hawkeye, Loki, Marvel Boy, and America Chavez. The unlikely team found themselves up against an interdimensional parasite that takes the form of their deceased parent…
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This week we read one of the most popular characters of the 90s and Image comics, Spawn. From Eisner Hall of fame nominee Todd McFarlane, after a hit on Al Simmons is successful, he's burned to death and sent to Hell. Making a deal with the devil, Simmons agrees to become a Hellspawn and is allowed to see his wife Wanda one last time. Spawn is retu…
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This week we read the listener recommended book, Black Science by Rick Remender, Matteo Scalera, and Dean White. The main character is an ex-member of the Anarchist Order of Scientists, and his team and family are thrown through dimensions as they try to repair his dimensional device, "the Pillar", created by forbidden, unethical means. News 00:47 …
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In anticipation for the upcoming anime adaptation, we review Zom 100: Bucket List of the Dead by Haro Aso and Kotaro Takata. After spending years working for a soul-crushing company, Akira’s life has lost its luster. But when a zombie apocalypse ravages his town, it gives him the push he needs to live for himself. Now Akira’s on a mission to comple…
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Continuing our readings of Eisner Award nominees, we review Superman: Space Age written by Mark Russell, drawn by Mike Allred, and colors by Laura Allred. Meet Clark Kent, a young reporter who just learned that the world will soon come to an end and there is nothing he can do to save it. Sounds like a job for his alter ego…Superman! After years of …
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In excitement for the next Marvel show we read Secret Invasion. A subversive, long-term invasion of Earth by the Skrulls, a group of alien shapeshifters who have secretly replaced many superheroes in the Marvel Universe with impostors over a period of years. Who do you trust? Also, listen to our thoughts on Across the Spider-Verse! News 1:13 Secret…
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In anticipation for The Flash, we read a book that inspired it. Flashpoint by Geoff Johns and Andy Kubert. A revisit to one of our favorite comic book events that change the timeline and created the New 52 universe. A world in which only Barry Allen seems to be aware of significant differences between the regular timeline and the altered one, inclu…
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In excitement for Transformers: Rise of the Beasts, we went to the roots of the franchise in Transformers: The Manga. One of the first comics by Masumi Kaneda and Ban Magami that were released alongside the original animated series. The Autobots and the Decepticons have been locked into a brutal civil war for eons. The Autobots seek peace and coexi…
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