May 1, 2011

Tales From the Water Cooler Episode 13

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Written by: DecapitatedDan
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Welcome to the 13th episode of Tales From the Water Cooler!

Join Infinite Speech, Decapitated Dan, and the Southern Sensation each week as they gather around the water cooler of stories to talk about comics.

This week the guys are joined once again by the Comic Book Clergyman. So listen in as they talk about who would win in a fight. Then they go head first into their picks for the week: Zatanna #12, Thunderbolts #156, ’68 #1, Wolverine #8, and the Pencilneck OGN.

All that and more can be found here, each week on Tales From the Water Cooler!

Tales from the Water Cooler: Episode #13

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  1. Billy

    Good show guys. ’68 sounds cool as well as Zatanna and Thunderbolts. I also bought the first few issues of Zatanna and thought it was good. I’m a little biased though when it comes to magic based books/characters.

  2. Good show guys, even if it is a bit long.
    @Speech You hurt my heart a little with the Jean Grey hate. She has been dead long enough.

    Now on to Invincible #79, that Dan and you all pretty much trashed a bit unfairly.
    1) there was not talk of Jizz anywhere in the book!
    2) Mark’s(Invincible) mom did mention the “head in his lap” thing but that was a call back to an early issue of Invincible where Eve and Mark were in his room and she was upset about something and started crying in his lap right when his mom came in and saw them from the back and thought it was something else and quickly left the room.
    3) yes Eve did have an abortion but there were reasons why she did so. Mark had been in space for nearly a year and they thought he was probably dead. From the issue you can tell that i wasn’t an easy decision that she made and she wasn’t happy about it.
    4) Read it and make your own opinion.

  3. Jean’s legitimacy kind of faded out in the mid 90s to me. I just didn’t understand why she had to die as much as she did and then it got to a point where no one cared if she took a dirt nap.

    I’m actually proud of Marvel for keeping Jean dead for this long. It must be killing them to have her on the sidelines for this amount of time even though they have hinted at her and given glimpses here and there.

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