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AIPT Comics Podcast Episode 57: Do comic book covers lie to consumers?

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AIPT Comics Podcast Episode 57: Do comic book covers lie to consumers?

A podcast to keep you up to date and connected with the latest comic book news and more.

Welcome to the weekly AIPT Comics podcast! This is where Dave and Forrest break down the news, interview guests, review the best of the week, and look ahead to the best of the best in the following week!

This week in the news, DC begins teasing Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo’s next event, Robin 80th anniversary 100-page super spectacular postponed a week…does this reoccurring “spectacular” going to have legs, Jason Aaron and & r.m Guara’s Goddamned to return this May, Marvel is releasing a free sampler in spring, Kickstarter launches Bluestockings Comics Fest to showcase queer and trans Creators, Marvel is introducing a new villain who is a “maligned” Steve Rogers fan called The Natural, Madelyne Pryor is returning to X-Men comics in Hellions, and Eddie Berganza and Eric Esquivel launch new publisher Alternate Empire to massive backlash.

TOP BOOKS OF LAST WEEK

Dave

  1. Thor #2 (W: Donny Cates, A: Nic Klein)
  2. Justice League #39 (W: Scott Snyder, A: Jorge Jimenez)

Forrest

  1. Doctor Strange: The End (W: Leah Williams, A: Filipe Andrade)
  2. Protector #1 (W: Simon Roy, Daniel Bensen, A: Artyom Trakhanov)

This week our favorite cover art is by Dave Johnson for Butcher in Paris #3 and Mike del Mundo for Star Wars: Darth Vader #1. Check those out below:

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