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    League Podcast Comic Book Picks of The Week for Wed. December 13, 2017



    To celebrate our interview with Rob Liefeld for Image Comics on AMC this week over at Forces of Geek, our first pick is Youngblood #7 - Liefeld Cover! … It’s Clobberin’ time over at Marvel Legacy with The Thing and The Human Torch bringing back one of the House of Ideas’ classic titles, Marvel Two-In-One #1 written by Chip Zdarsky. … The Valderrama Bros. debut in America with Giants #1 from Dark Horse. Find out what happens when a race of gigantic monsters drives humanity underground! … Picks this week from

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    FOG! Chats With Rob Liefeld About Tonight’s ‘Image Comics: Declaration of Independents’!


    FOG! Chats With Rob Liefeld About Tonight’s ‘Image Comics: Declaration of Independents’!

    The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman’s documentary series Robert Kirkman’s Secret History of Comicsconcludes on AMC with Image Comics: Declaration of Independents, shedding light on the dawn of Kirkman’s current house of ideas, American comic publisher Image Comics. Founded in 1992, The creator-owned vision of the company founded by industry rock stars Todd McFarlane, Jim Lee, Whilce Portacio, Marc Silvestri, Erik Larsen, Jim Valentino and Rob Liefeld changed the way the business of comics works. Affectionately known as “The Image Revolution”, this industry coup skyrocketed Image books to the top of the stack and the Image founders a place at the table with The Big Two.

    We’re honored to talk to Image Comics founder Rob Liefeld about what you can expect to see on AMC tonight.

    Liefeld’s comic creations are well known but Rob holds the distinction of having the first comic published by the twenty-five year old independent comics publisher, Youngblood #1.

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    FOG!: Thanks for joining us, Rob. How are you enjoying the series so far?

    Rob Liefeld: It has shown greater detail than people have come to expect from these kinds of shows so it’s so nice, it’s really, really nice.


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    League Podcast Comic Book Picks of The Week for Wed. December 6, 2017



    Rocco faces unemployment in Roccos Modern Life #1 from Boom! Studios. …Alex Underwood appears in a new number one to host Witchblade in Witchblade #1. …Peter Parker, Eddie Brock and Flash Thompson face off in Amazing Spider-Man/Venom Venom Inc Alpha #1!… Picks this week from



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    League Podcast Comic Book Picks of The Week for Wed. November 29, 2017



    Are you having Disco withdrawals since Episode #9? Don’t worry, we have Star Trek: Discovery #1 for you from IDW, so strap into the spore drive! …There’s no need to fear—Underdog #1 is here, reprinting classic stories from the Gold Key 1975 series. … Krypto and Titus take over as Super-Pets are Unleashed in Super Sons Annual #1. … Picks this week from

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    ‘Monstro Mechanica’ With Paul Allor Interview at Forces Of Geek

    Leonardo Da Vinci stars in the latest book from AfterShock Comics written by Paul Allor (G.I.Joe, TMNT). Paul joined us today to talk about Monstro Mechanica, his take on a robotic Renaissance and the difference between his robot and the one Da Vinci actually designed and built! This fun book places an automaton in the age of de’ Medici family and on the streets of Florence in 1472.

    You’ve never read a book quite like this! Here’s what Paul had to say.

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    FOG!: Thanks for joining us, Paul! Issue #1 introduces us to Leonardo Da Vinci, a robot and his female apprentice. Why set a comic book story with a robot in The Renaissance?

    Paul Allor: The more heady answer is that the Renaissance is where the modern western conception of the self first began to develop; the idea that every individual has importance and worth beyond their place in society. So we were intrigued by the notion of pairing that time period with the classic sci-fi story of a robot gaining sentience.

    The less heady answer is that a robot in the renaissance sounded like a whole lot of freaking fun.



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