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AiPT! Comics Podcast Ep 16: Star Wars tops comics, DC delays, & soapbox truths

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

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

In the news we discuss Marvel’s latest event tease “acts of Evil”, go over Robert Kirkman’s response to a lack of Walkers in The Walking Dead, discuss the new DC Young Animal offerings, review the sad news of Saga’s end with issue #108, discuss Major X selling out, and go over X-Men Monday news that the Cyclops and Jean Grey marriage is dissolved.

Our top comics from last week

Forrest:

  1. Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man #5 (W: Tom Taylor, A: Yildiray Cinar)
  2. Star Wars: Age of Rebellion – Princess Leia (W: Greg Pak, A: Chris Sprouse)

Dave:

  1. STAR WARS: AGE OF REBELLION – GRAND MOFF TARKIN #1 (W: Greg Pak, A: Marc Laming)
  2. Faithless #1 (W: Brian Azzarello, A: Maria Llovet)

Check out our favorite cover art out next week April 10th below. We talk about the covers at the 57-minute mark.

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