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AIPT Comics podcast episode 136: Taboo and B. Earl on the shared experience of art, toys & Spirit Rider

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AIPT Comics podcast episode 136: Taboo and B. Earl on the shared experience of art, toys & Spirit Rider

The AIPT Comics podcast recaps your week, interview B. Earl and Taboo from the Black Eyed Peas, and more!

Welcome back to the AIPT Comics podcast, your weekly dose of comics news, reviews, and more! This week, very special guests Taboo and B. Earl join us to discuss their work on the recent Spirits of Vengeance: Spirit Rider and the future for the character. We also discuss Werewolf by Night, their writing process, how they broke into Marvel, and more!

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Before we chat with them, we dig into the biggest news of the week! We start with the news that Jonathan Hickman is exiting X-Men with Inferno this fall. Stay tuned to AIPT as we’ll have an exclusive interview with Hickman in the coming weeks and he’ll answer your questions. Also in surprising news, Brian Michael Bendis’ Jinxworld is headed to Dark Horse Comics, and DC characters are coming to webcomics via Webtoon.

We also dig into the Image Comics and Marvel Comics solicitations and check out the new Diamond sales numbers for July.

Our favorite “KAPOW” moments of the week:

NathanNightwing #83 (Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo)

AIPT Comics podcast episode 136: Taboo NIghtwing

Courtesy DC Comics

DaveStar Wars War of the Bounty Hunters #3 (Charles Soule, Luke Ross with David Messina)

AIPT Comics podcast episode 136: Taboo Star Wars: War of the Bounty Hunters #3

Courtesy Marvel

AIPT Comics Podcast Top Books of the Week:

Dave:

  1. Home Sick Pilots #8 (Dan Watters, Caspar Wijngaard)
  2. Nocterra #6 (Scott Snyder, Tony S. Daniel)

Nathan:

  1. Superman and the Authority #2 (Grant Morrison, Mikel Janin)
  2. Nightwing #83 (Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo)

In our Judging by the Cover segment, Dave picked Amazing Fantasy #2 by Kaare Andrews and Nathan discusses the variant cover for Alien #6 by Jay Anacleto.

Check those out below.

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