Hey there ACC-tion heroes! Here it is, our Wonder Woman review! Join us as we talk about how much we loved this movie, where it fits in our Kirby Scale, and how much we love General Antiope!
Here are some Wonder Woman trades we recommend:
Hey there ACC-tion heroes! Due to technical difficulties, last week's discussion didn't make it. But never fear, we have a special episode focusing on Marty's current favorite X-man, Anole!
A quick word: We're going to be busy this summer, but not too busy for you. We're going to do everything we can that we have a show for you every single Wednesday this summer.
Here's some cool stuff about Anole:
Listen up ACC-tion heroes! This week, Marty, Tim, and Nick talk with Charles Hoffman of Comic Book Resources and Book Riot! We delve into his history with comics, his break down of comic sales and diversity, and talk about Guardians of the Galaxy!
Editor's note: We had an issue with Tim's recording this time around, and our valiant sound engineer Steve worked very hard to fix it. We are aware of the issue and working hard to fix before our next show!
Helloooooo ACC-tion heroes! This week the team gets together to do a deep dive into this season of Agents of Shield!
Agents of Shield
Hello ACC-tion heroes! This week we discuss some of our favorite Asian American creators, cast Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson in the MCU AND Marty reveals his feelings on Black Bolt!
Hello ACC-tion heroes! Today's (late) episode focuses on Villains! Who are our favorite villains to love, to love to hate, and to just flat-out-hate.
This week was hilarious to record, and completely saved by our amazing sound engineer, Steve Jacoby! Today, in honor of his hard work AND his birthday, why don't you donate to Camp Victory? Say Steve sent you!
The Defenders trailer hot takes
HELLO ACC-tion heroes! This week, we debut a new feature: On the Spot. The rest of the cast welcomes Marty's return to the show by asking all sorts of questions about comics, TV, and OFA.
For those who didn't know what Nick was talking about, here is a link to Your Name.
Hey ACC-tion heroes! This week Tim and Nick talk about International and Invincible Iron Man, which may spell Doom! As in, Doctor . . .
Hey ACC-tion heroes! This week we bring in Alok Desai, from Race Invaders, and discuss the newest Marvel/Netflix show, Iron Fist. Both Alok and Tim have been live posting their reactions to the show, but today they're going to deep dive into the show with rest of ACC.
Hello and Welcome to ALL COMICS CONSIDERED, the comics podcast with a heart. Today we’re doing the second part of our special edition in honor of Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day, so please welcome our guest hosts and friends of the show:
Hey there ACC-tion heroes! This week, we take a number of comic related topics and discuss the heck out of them. Strap yourselves in folks, this one gets a bit bumpy.
Hey there ACC-tion heroes! After six weeks apart, the Nick, Hannah, Tim, and Marty join forces to talk about some amazing comics and comic related TV shows! So won't you join us as we catch up and share what we've been reading and watching!
HELLOOOOO ACC-tion heroes! This week, we are rebroadcasting our interview with writer, martial artist, meditation master, and friend of the show Steven Barnes! Steven talks about Luke Cage, meditation, and gives our listeners some tips for their own writing!
Hello ACC-tion Heroes! Today we have an interview with two friends of the show--Teresa and Megan (from Dorkadia). Teresa is an old college buddy of Marty and Nick, and she has been involved in Manga, Anime, and costume construction before they became a huge part of our nation nerd consciousness. Let's let Teresa talk about her origin story, the genre's of magna she enjoys, AND how she made Sailor Scout costumes.
Hello ACC-tion heroes! Today we just have a dynamic duo--Marty and Tim--to discuss gender and race swapping of Avengers AND the always popular Pullbox!
Tim notices that a large swath of Avengers have been gender swapped. What other characters does this make sense for?
Hello ACC-tion heroes! We kick off African-American History Month by answering a very important question, and we move into a discussion of the current state of African Americans in comics.
Hello and Welcome to ALL COMICS CONSIDERED, the comic book podcast with a Heart! Today Hannah (totally not a Xander) and Tim (Maybe totally a Giles) host a great show!
Hello ACC-tion Heroes! What if...?! and Elseworlds are some of the ways the big 2 explore what would happen if there were significant changes in their canon: What if Aunt May was bitten by the radioactive spider, or if Martha and Jonathon Kent had a flat tire and never picked up baby Kal-el?
This week, we ask each other "What if?!"
Hello ACC-tion heroes! Last week we asked you to talk about your favorite moments of Good Vs Evil, and today we are sharing some of our own favorite moments!
We even have time for a pullbox!
Hello ACC-tion heroes! We have five--yes five!--stories of good and evil to talk about this morning! Each one of our storytellers will be getting a pocket constitution! Thanks to everyone who shared a story OR shared a post.
The story of good defeating evil that I love the most is Angela Queen of Hel. Hella is oppressing angels but the journey is more personal than that. It's a story of love, love between a trans women of color and her beloved lady getting over the evils of Hel itself. It's powerful on so many levels when Angela manages to become the queen of Hel and gets to be free with her love again. Sera and Angela's love combating their own evils, their own fears, and very real threats makes it just such an amazing tale.
My choice is actually the opening pages of the Saga series, where Marko and Alana overcome the prejudice that has sustained the seemingly eternal war between their people, fall in love and bring new life into the universe. In doing so, they commit a cardinal sin in the eyes of their people but (in a delightfully gritty and 'real' birth sequence) show the triumph of love over learned animosity. As the Pakeha/European half of an inter-racial couple (raising two kids who have to tick a number of 'ethnicity' boxes on census forms) this felt pretty damn real. Given our current political climate, we need more Markos and Alanas out there who are willing to reject the lessons of hatred and embrace. Just embrace. So yeah, that's my choice. Not a triumph as such (given its place at the start of the narrative) but an act of defiance and rebellion that is all the more real because it marries political/personal so brilliantly.
Lots to choose from, but I was surprisingly touched by the recent issue of Unbeatable Squirrel Girl (the latest #1, I think?--pretty sure you’re right, Fred!), where SG meets Brain Drain, realizes something is wrong, and it unexpectedly turns into a tale about growing beyond our past selves and becoming better people over time.
Also, there was this Alan Moore story, I'm not sure where it was originally printed but it tells the story of a Green Lantern (Katma Tui) who had to try to recruit someone to the Lantern Corps whose species has no concept of light.