Comic Culture March 2nd

This week Comic Culture hosts Chris Owen and Walter Durajlija talk about Justin Beiber’s Mad Magazine cover, the new Thundercats cartoon, the new G.I. Joe movie, the new Walking Dead video games and the new Walking Dead toys , some record breaking vintage comic sales and our monthly Previews picks. Now just kick back, relax and enjoy  Comic Culture, the radio show full of possibilities.

Comic Culture is produced by Anthony Falcone and is engineered by James McIntosh.

Enjoy Comic Culture March 2nd 2011 Edition:

 

Walter Durajlija
Walter Durajlija

Walter Durajlija is an Overstreet Advisor and Shuster Award winner. He owns Big B Comics in Hamilton Ontario.

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I, Warren
I, Warren
13 years ago

AXE-COP is great fun.  I have to go with Walt here – give it a chance.

I, Warren
I, Warren
13 years ago

Peter Cushing did 2 Doctor Who movies: 1965’s “Doctor Who and the Daleks” (based on “The Daleks” tv serial), and 1966’s “Daleks’ Invasion Earth: 2150 AD” (based on “the Daleks Invasion of Earth” tv serial).

Though they were based on the tv series, they’re not considered canon by the BBC.  Peter Cushing’s Doctor is human in the films (not an alien from Gallifrey), and “Who” is his actual last name (the Doctor on tv has no known name.  He’s always just been “the Doctor”….although a supercomputer – WOTAN – did refer to him once as “Doctor Who”, it WAS an evil supercomputer so it may’ve been wrong/malfunctioning.)

More useless trivia from I, Warren!!

Anthony Falcone
13 years ago

I, Warren, you forgot to mention that the movies are not considered canon because they are garbage.

I, Warren
I, Warren
13 years ago

Ha ha!  Touche!  Though if quality were criteria, quite a lot of canon would be disqualified (Colin Baker era, I’m looking at you)

Anthony Falcone
13 years ago
Reply to  I, Warren

Oh, The Sixth Doctor, nobody loves you.