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2013’s First All Things Fun! New Comics Vidcast

The All Things Fun! New Comics Vidcast features co-hosts Ed (The Discard Pile) Evans, Allison (Fully Caffeinated) Eckel, and Glenn (From Suck to Cool) Walker, as they discuss the new comics out this week! You can see the show here, or check it out below.

Discussion featured in this week’s Special Inedible Cheese Stolen Books Pick On Glenn Episode includes: Stolen books, Teen Titans #15, Red Lanterns #15, Superman #15, broken rules and Bat-books, Bat-sperm repellent, All-Star Western #15, The Flash #15, from suck to cool, Batman Beyond Unlimited #11, Arrow #2, New Avengers #1, All-New X-Men #5, Morbius #1, Iron Man #5, Venom and Liberty Belle, Invincible #99, the discard pile, Ed’s indies, hot girls with guns, Mars Attacks Popeye, Allison’s kids comics, and Ed’s indies.

Be sure to check out the All Things Fun! website, and the All Things Fun! Blogs, written by Allison and Glenn, featuring The Vidcast Drinking Game so you can play along at home, and watch ATF! on YouTube (don’t forget to subscribe to the channel while you’re there, and leave a comment or two on the Vidcast as well!).

And be back here every Wednesday (or Tuesdays at midnight) to watch the new broadcast, and thereafter throughout the week!

The All Things Fun! New Comics Vidcast is shot live every week at All Things Fun! – the South Jersey/Philadelphia area’s best comics, toys and gaming store, located in West Berlin, NJ. Don’t forget to visit us at Facebook!

The Office-Bound Pokemon Tournament Allison-less Final 2011 Edition of the All Things Fun! New Comics Vidcast for 12-28-2011

The All Things Fun! New Comics Vidcast is shot live in a real comics and gaming store in West Berlin, NJ – All Things Fun! – co-hosts Ed (X-Man) Evans, Allison (she’ll be back next week) Eckel and Glenn (Avenger) Walker discuss the new comics out this week in two fun video segments, now in high definition, and also available on YouTube. See it here!

The first segment includes discussion of the following topics: Trapped in the backroom, Green Lantern New Guardians #4, Teen Titans #4, Flash # by Francis Manapul, Savage Hawkman #4, Voodoo #4, Batman Dark Knight #4, Aquaman #4, DC Universe Legends #20, Vertigo, the X-Men titles, the Avengers books of the week including Young, Secret and Solo, and more Captain America than you can swing a shield at.

The discussion continues in segment two including: Forever Lazy, Black Panther #527, Matt Fraction’s Mighty Thor #9, Archie meets KISS part two, Dungeons & Dragons #14, Star Trek #4, Buffy season 9 Angel and Faith #5, Max Damage vs. Plutonian is coming, Kirby Genesis Captain Victory #2 by Sterling Gates, Crossed Badlands Opening Salvo, booty of Mars, Mice Templar Book 6, Kick-Ass 2 #6, Sonic the Hedgehog #232, TMNT Micro-series Michelangelo #2, and awesome goodies I wish I’d gotten for Christmas.

Be sure to check out the terrific new All Things Fun! website, and the All Things Fun! Blogs, by Allison and Glenn, and ATF! on YouTube.

And be back here every Wednesday morning at 11:30 AM EST to watch the new broadcast, and thereafter throughout the week!

And don’t forget to check out highlights from our live Christmas Eve Eve vidcast here!

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Avengers Assemble!

Featuring IRON MAN, THOR, CAPTAIN AMERICA and THE HULK! When the planet is threatened by Super Villains, time traveling conquerors, alien invaders, mythical monsters or mad robots bent on the total destruction of humanity, when the forces of evil are so overwhelming that no single hero has the power to save the world, when there is no hope left… the AVENGERS ASSEMBLE! All-new The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes
animated series from Marvel Animation premiering on Disney XD this fall!

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BET’s Black Panther

The trailer for the new “Black Panther” animated series for BET debuted at the San Diego Comic Con today. Here’s a peek.

Animated might be a strong word based on this trailer, but with recent animated projects like “Invincible” and the “Watchmen” Motion Comics on iTunes using much the same techniques, the style may have come into its own.

Stan Lee created the Black Panther back in 1966 in an issue of Fantastic Four and the character is considered one of the genre’s first African-American superheroes. In recent years, the Panther’s own title, sometimes written by screenwriter and director Reggie Hudlin, has become one of the more controversial comics on the shelves.

Launch for the animated series is set for sometime early in 2009 according to BET.