iFanboy celebrates its 550th episode with an extra-sized all listener e-mail spectacular! Josh Flanagan, Ron Richards, and Conor Kilpatrick asked you, the iFanbase, to send them e-mails… and you delivered!
Running Time: 02:05:00
00:03:22 – Star Wars #22
00:13:28 – Blue Beetle: Rebirth #1
00:21:35 – Kingsway West #1
00:32:31 – Nick P. from Luxembourg via Newport Beach, CA is a new weekly comic book reader and is not happy about the way digital comics are priced.
00:37:15 – Eric F. wants to hear the iFanboys’ thoughts on some of the biggest names in indie comics.
00:39:50 – Wes A. from Newport, MN doesn’t understand the popularity of Boba Fett.
00:43:03 – Syed A. from Centreville, VA wants to know how Warner Bros can right the DC movie ship.
00:48:28 – Josh from Boys Ranch, TX is concerned about an impending Star Wars backlash.
00:51:48 – Robert H. from Kentucky wants to know if Kingdom Come will ever get the animated treatment.
00:52:55 – Stewart S. from Chelmsford, England wants to know what the change from 20 pages from 22 pages did to the single issue comic.
00:56:07 – Jason B. is astonished that DC beat Marvel in marketshare in July 2016.
00:59:16 – Brad L. from Slidell, LA asks about rebar and G.I. Joe.
01:05:06 – Chad from Reseda, CA is sick of the ads in DC books.
01:07:17 – Tom C. from Solihull, England has some deep thoughts on the logistics of supervillain meetings.
01:10:57 – Gabe A. has a movie question for Conor and a time travel proposal for Josh.
01:12:16 – Robert from New Orleans, LA wants to know if the iFanboys still collect original art.
01:16:53 – Tyson from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada wants to know if there are any classic runs that the iFanboys want to read (or reread).
01:20:17 – Scarlett from Hells Kitchen, NY is worried about Tim Drake.
01:26:57 – Adam from Florida has a real problem with Angel from the X-Men.
01:29:57 – Jimmy from New Jersey just bought his first page of original art and has questions.
01:32:03 – David L. is unhappy with the current state of comic book reviews.
01:38:38 – Jared from Muncie, IN is looking for academic comic book archives.
01:41:30 – Craig from Houston, TX misses all the old iFanboy content and wants to know if it will ever come back.
01:43:14 – Saad C. from Huntington Station, NY wants to know which stories would make great VR experiences.
01:45:28 – Damian from Pittsfield, MA is curious is today’s popular superheroes will exist in hundreds of years.
01:48:38 – Wakonda R. wants to know if we are currently experiencing a comic book renaissance.
01:53:21 – Paul Austin
01:56:18 – Bjorn Campbell
01:58:06 – Nicholas Kelly
01:58:51 – Pablo Duran
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