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Comic Book Club: Jeff Rubin

CollegeHumor’s Jeff Rubin (host of The Jeff Rubin Jeff Rubin Show) hits the stage to chat about everything nerdy!

The Stack: Daredevil #23, Batwoman #17, Nova #1, Adventure Time #13

The Week in Geek:

– The Walking Dead reaches a turning point!
– Batman Inc gets spoiled!
– Robert Downey Jr. off Iron Man?

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Comic Book Club: William Rosado

G.I. Joe’s William Rosado stops by to talk about his two decades drawing America’s favorite action heroes.

The Stack: Daredevil #19, Hawkeye #3, Batwoman #13

Week in Geek:

– This week on The Walking Dead, it’s prison time.
– The Iron Man 3 trailer is here! Did we love it, or totally love it?
– Arrow gets picked up for a full season of killing people with arrows.

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Comic Book Club with Greg Pak

Greg Pak (Dead Man’s Run, Doctor Strange: Season One) returns to Comic Book Club for his one millionth visit to chat about his “jailbreak from Hell” series, as well as the novel he’s writing on Twitter.

Plus, Alex invites Pete into the woods with him, and occasionally the guys get around to discussing comics.

This Week’s Stack: Wolverine #300, Heart #3, Batwoman #5, Severed #6

Week in Geek:

* Walking Dead gets a 16 Episode third season!

* Marcus Nispel is directing a Hack/Slash movie, but Pete wonders if it be funny like Conan The Barbarian.

* Joss Whedon says Steve Rogers is the “focus” character in The Avengers, we’re looking forward to finally getting a big budget Captain America movie.

* Chronicle’s Josh Trank is the front runner to direct a Fantastic Four reboot; will Alex nab the role of Invisible Woman?

* Rob Liefeld says there’s eight minutes of actual Deadpool movie footage!

* Garth Ennis is writing The Shadow, which is not an adaptation of the Alec Baldwin movie.