A Comicbook Orange

This series takes a look at different comic books. Comic book experts give their review of the story line and the characters. Each review is quick and only lasts around three minutes. The show also looks at the up and coming projects.

Pulp Secret
1 Season, 20 Episodes
June 6, 2007
Superhero
A Comicbook Orange
Episodes

A Comicbook Orange Full Episode Guide

  • Happy Halloween Fan-boils and Fan-ghouls! On this special episode we take a stroll with Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard's The Walking Dead published by Image Comics worship the Anti-Christ with Garth Ennis and Jacen Burrows' Chronicles of Wormwood published by Avatar Press and get bloody with Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell's From Hell published by Top Shelf.Additional images by Jef Poskanzer and Matt Reinbold. Special thanks to the Tombstone Generator created by JJ Chandler.

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  • We take a bite out of IDW's 30 Days of Night by Steve Niles and Ben Templesmith examine Brian K. Vaughan and Tony Harris' political mechanics on Ex Machina from WildStorm then roll out with Jeffery Brown's Incredible Change-bots published by Top Shelf. Additional image provided by Claudia Assad extranoise The Consumerist edvvc and w00kie.

  • This week: Gerard Way and Gabriel B?° open Dark Horse's The Umbrella Academy; Simon Oliver and Tony Moore get dirty in Vertigo's The Exterminators; and Joss Whedon and Michael Ryan run away with Marvel's Runaways. Additional image provided by artct45.

  • This week: David Tischman and Steve Conley take IDW's Star Trek: Year Four where no comic has gone before; Tony Bedard Renato Guedes and Jose Wilson Magalhaes show us that DC's Supergirl is really made of kleenex; and Mark Texeira shows us exclusive pencils from his upcoming run on Marvel's Moon Knight. Additional image provided by Go Climb A Rock.

  • Back to the stars! In this special episode Mark Texeira Rich Buckler and Yanick Paquette give five-orange ratings to their favorite comic books while we hop into Andy Riley's twisted world with The Book of Bunny Suicides and Return of the Bunny Suicides from Hodder & Stoughton Ltd.

  • Oh my! Oni! This week we power up with Brian Lee O'Malley's Scott Pilgrim wander into Antony Johnston and Christopher Mitten's Wasteland and defend Greg Rucka's Queen & Country. Additional images courtesy of salsaboy (1 2) midiman & jurek d. Want us to review your comic book or graphic novels?

  • Lighting up our days and nights is Geoff John's run on DC's Green Lantern. And thundering into Marvel's third issue of Thor is J. Michael Straczynski and Olivier Coipel. BONUS: We interview Copiel on what it's like to work on the Odinson's new series!Addition video courtesy of Galacticast and image courtesy of southtyroleanWant us to review your comicbook or graphic novels?

  • Enough from us! In this special episode Greg Pak Malcolm McDowell Rob McCallum Olivier Coipel Dale Eaglesham Simone Bianchi and Frank Quitely give five-orange ratings to their favorite comic books.

  • A Comicbook Orange is back in action with Geoff John's and Richard Donner's \ Action Comics from DC rides with Dynamite's The Lone Ranger by Brett Matthews and Sergio Cariello and contemplates death with Emily Strange from Dark Horse Comics.Additional images provided by Bien Stephenson otisarchives1 Argenberg racoles view from 5'2" and taiyofj (1 2).Want us to review your comicbook or graphic novels?

  • Jetsetting with Grant Morrison and Andy Kubert on DC's Batman! Superspying with Matt Fraction Gabriel B?° and Fabio Moon's Casanova published by Image Comics! And rocking out with Rick Spears' and Chuck BB's Oni published Black Metal!

  • Love or hate his latest comics there is no denying that Frank Miller is a comic book legend. We take a look back at some of his earlier works you may have missed out on.Additional images courtesy of Darwin Bell (1 2) Jimp79 and jamuraa

  • Will John Rogers and Rafael Albuquerque on DC's Blue Beetle leave you blue? Does Brian Michael Bendis' mighty mouth and Frank Cho's mighty ... uh ... mammaries make for Marvel's Mighty Avengers? And if we were all robots like in Image Comic's 24 Seven would we dream of electric sheep? Find out in this edition of A Comicbook Orange.Additional images courtesy of Josh Paul and sound by Matt_G.

  • This week we watch as Darwyn Cooke and J. Bone resurrect DC's The Spirit Alex Garner and Ashley Wood continue to sneak IDW's Metal Gear Solid: Sons of Liberty onto shelves and Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips take a hit from Icon's Coward. Additional sounds courtesy of ERH and Halleck.

  • This week we roll out with IDW's line of Transformers comics rocket back home with Dan Abnett Andy Lanning and Sean Chen of Marvel's Nova and embed ourselves into Brian Wood and Riccardo Burchielli's DMZ from Vertigo. Additional images courtesy of DanieVDM and Rob React and sounds by pauliep83 grandpablaine2 and ljudman.

  • This week we celebrate the July 4th holiday with DC's All Star Superman from Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely; investigate the occult with Image and 12 Gauge's O.C.T. from David Atchison Rosario Dawson and Tony Shasteen; and march into battle with Avatar's 303 from Garth Ennis and Jacen Burrows.

  • Should you hide when Will Pfeifer and Pete Woods make DC's AMAZONS ATTACK!? How fantastic is Mike Carey's and Pasqual Ferry's turn on Marvel's Ultimate Fantastic Four? And what is the greater horror; the stories in Papercutz' new Tales of the Crypt series ... or the series itself? Additional images provided by Gregg O'Connell jodywebsternw8 deep_schismic Robin Taylor Paddy Patterson Ben Yanis

  • This week we ask what's on the top shelf of Top Shelf's latest releases. We check out James Kochalka's daily life as an American Elf let Jeff Lemire tell us some fantastic Tales From The Farm and wave a checkered flag at Nicolas Mahler's Lone Racer! Additional images provided by PhillipC annia316; and video footage by MSchumacher1.

  • This week we review: Pirates of Coney Island written by Rick Spears illustrated by Vasilis Lolos and published by Image Comics; Fear Agent written by Rick Remender illustrated by Tony Moore and published by Dark Horse Comics; and Marvel Zombies vs. Army of Darkness written by John Layman illustrated by Fabiano Neves and published by Marvel Comics and Dynamite Entertainment.

  • Today we review: Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 8 #4 written by Joss Whedon illustrated by Georges Jeanty and published by Dark Horse Comics; Last Sane Cowboy and Other Stories created by Daniel Merlin Goodbrey and published by AiT/Planet Lar; and Irredeemable Ant-Man #8 written by Robert Kirkman illustrated by Cory Walker and published by Marvel Comics.

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