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AIPT Comics podcast episode 151: Inferno rules, Blade is back, and Curt Pires talks crime fiction series 'Memoria'

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AIPT Comics podcast episode 151: Inferno rules, Blade is back, and Curt Pires talks crime fiction series ‘Memoria’

Dave and Nathan bring you news and reviews on the AIPT Comics podcast, plus special guest Curt Pires joins us to talk ‘Memoria.’

We’re back with your AIPT Comics podcast dose of comics news, reviews, and interviews too. This week, comics writer Curt Pires joins the show to discuss Memoria, out this week from ComiXology. This is an extended interview from earlier this week which you can read here. We dig into crime fiction, inspiration for his series, writing about serial killers, and how incredibly personal this series and its characters are to Pires.

You can stream the AIPT Comics podcast below, or find it on Apple PodcastsSpotifyAmazon Music, or wherever you get your podcasts.

In news, we start by talking about the very sad news that George Pérez’s health has turned for the worse. In other news, Marvel unveiled Destiny of X details for the new X-Men era, info about the Jim Rugg Hulk GRAND DESIGN series, a Captain Carter #1 coming to Marvel Comics in March 2022, and Marvel and TASCHEN are teaming up!

Also in news, Tom Taylor announced an exclusive contract with DC Comics, DC Comics unveiled the “Shadow War” Batman crossover event, and Kickstarter is switching to crypto platform alarms creators.

Standout KAPOW moment of the week:

Nathan – Death of Doctor Strange: Blade #1 (Danny Lore, Dylan Burnett, Mike Spicer)

Marvel Preview: Death of Doctor Strange: Blade Vol 1 #1

Blade HATES blood showers, guys.
Credit: Marvel

Dave – Inferno #3 (Hickman, Venditti, Silva, Stefano Caselli)

AIPT Comics podcast episode 151: Curt Pires Inferno

AIPT Comics podcast Top Books of the Week

Dave:

  1. Inferno #3 (Hickman, Venditti, Silva, Stefano Caselli)
  2. Dark Knights of Steel (2021) #2 (Tom Taylor, Yasmine Putri)

Nathan:

  1. The Swamp Thing #10 (Ram V, Mike Perkins)
  2. One-Star Squadron #1 (Mark Russell, Steve Lieber)

In our Judging by the Cover segment, Dave picked the Thing #2 variant cover by Kevin Eastman and Nathan picked the variant cover for Tis the Season to Be Freezin’ #1 by Pop Mhan. Check those out below.

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