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Fresh from our whirlwind tour of “near death”, Alan and Aaron return to the mics (along with special guest Trevan McGee) to talk about the end of Chuck! The genius of Adventure Time! The sadness of Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance! Why Justice League #5 is the distilled failure of the New 52 in one comic, and of course, our favorite (and hated) comics o’ the week. BEGIN THE LISTENINGINGING.

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After teasing us on several fronts for months issue #19 delivers on a number of levels. We get the first public appearance of Norman Osborne‘s new Dark Avengers (although off-panel), Daredevil is finally part of the team, and the first steps to determining whose side Victoria Hand is truly on.

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Weekend Reviews

by Cap'n Carrot on November 14, 2011 · 0 comments

in Comics!,Television

Getting you caught up on all the weekend reviews over on RazorFine Review here are the links for the reviews of new episodes of The Big Bang Theory, Burn Notice, and Bones, the latest issue of New Avengers, and the final issues of DuckTales and Darkwing Duck.

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I’ve been lukewarm to the entire Fear Itself storyline, but this is the first tie-in that I’ve really liked. And it’s not only because it manages to summarize the entire summer event in a single panel (though it does, marvelously). It’s because this is simply a darn good story, even if it is tied to an event I care little or nothing about. And even more unlikely, it’s centered around a character I’ve never given two shits about.

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There are two stories going on here. The first is the current squad of New Avengers fighting Superia and her squad of former H.A.M.M.E.R. troops. One Avenger is already down and the team has their hands full with villains they were just joking about last issue.

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When Brian Michael Bendis is good he’s really good. First, let me just say this is the best explanation of Doombots I’ve ever seen.

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Meh. Technically this isn’t a New Avengers story (thanks to the team having to stay frozen in place until the next issue of Siege). What we do get is a Hood storyline that isn’t bad, but certainly isn’t worth the $4 price-tag for a book that barely even has a glimpse of any actual Avengers.

[Marvel $3.99]

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