Waiting for Doom

9
Jul

DCOCD 32 - Salvation Run

DCOCD is the DC Comics EVENT PODCAST where we discuss, contextualise and rank every single DC event in order starting with 1985's Crisis on Infinite Earths up to... we're not sure yet.

DC continued on the rocky road to Final Crisis with a 7 issue side event of the pre-event to 2008’s main event. Anyway it’s time to look at 2007’s SALVATION RUN from Bill Willingham, Lilah Sturges, Sean Chen, Waldon Wong, Wayne Faucher, Joe Bennett, Joe Corroney, Neal Adams (variant cover), Steve Wands, Ken Lopez, John Kalisz, Thomas Chu and Joey Cavalieri.

See what happens when the villains of the DC universe get exiled to a planet that is engineered to kill them. Will the Joker kill Lex Luthor (ah, no)? Paul is joined by Sean Ross and Diabolu Frank to do hard time and plan an escape.

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KEEP ON EVENTING!

3
Jul

Episode 147: Feeling the Weight of the Worlds with Jeremy Lambert!

Guess who’s back? MIKE AND PAUL! Guess who’s ALSO back?? THE DOOM PATROL! Yes, it’s a brand new issue and story featuring our favourite ambulance-load of misfits, and we are lucky to be joined by the co-writer on the series, Jeremy Lambert! PLEASE NOTE THERE ARE SPOILERS FOR THE NEW ISSUE THROUGHOUT THIS EPISODE!

  • News Patrol – 7:26

  • Doom Clock - 11:43 - PLEASE NOTE: There are some spoilers on the new issue in this segment!

  • Doomsplaining - 24:31 - PLEASE NOTE: There are some MORE spoilers on the new issue in this segment! This week we welcome our very special guest, the co-writer of Doom Patrol, Jeremy Lambert! We (unsurprisingly) discuss the brand new issue, which comes to us from Jeremy and Gerard Way, James Harvey, Sajan Rai, Abby Lupine, Nick Derington, Molly Mahan and Andy Khouri!

  • Mailbag O Doom - 57:37 - PLEASE NOTE: There are NO spoilers on the new issue in this segment! We read through listener feedback and your responses to the last Question of the Week, "What’s your favourite comic set in a historical context?”