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AiPT! Comics Podcast Ep 13: Hello Hickman, Absolute Carnage, Popstar Poison Ivy

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AiPT! Comics Podcast Ep 13: Hello Hickman, Absolute Carnage, Popstar Poison Ivy

Weekly comics news and review podcast keeping you up to date and connected.

Welcome back to the official AiPT! Comics podcast where your hosts David Brooke, and Forrest Hollingsworth discuss their favorite comics of last week, news, their most anticipated books out next week.

We talk about the latest comic book news of the last week, pick our favorite comics from last week and look ahead to next week discussing the most anticipated comics and best comic book cover art. News discussed includes the revealed X-Men books Jonathan Hickman is working on, Absolute Carnage, an Altered Carbon comic on the way from Dynamite, February 2019 sales numbers, and a new Nintendo Switch comic reader. We also “Square Up” who would be a better popstar Star-Lord or Poison Ivy and get on the soapbox to talk about marketing in comics.

Our top comics from last week

Forrest

  1. Meet the Skrulls #2 (W: Robbie Thompson A: Niko Henrichon)
  2. Invisible Kingdom #1 (W: G. Willow Wilson, A: Christian Ward)

Dave

  1. Justice League #20 (W: Scott Snyder & Jorge Jimenez, A: Jorge Jimenez)
  2. Meet the Skrulls #2 (W: Robbie Thompson A: Niko Henrichon)

Check out our favorite cover art out next week below. We talk about the covers at the 47-minute mark.

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