Sunday, February 7, 2016

Weird Science DC Comics Podcast Ep 57: Who Else Seen Da Leprechaun Say Yeah!

It was a down week for books and after getting yelled out all week about review scores, Jim was pretty depressed.  That means one thing...The Mobile Leprechaun.  Yes, nothing brings a smile to Jim and Eric's face quicker than a little, "Who Else Seen Da Leprechaun Say Yeah!"  It carries them through this long ass episode where they break down all the books, talk DC Comics news, get yelled at in the listener mail and try to have a good time.  Enjoy!

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DC Comics Reviewed: Batman and Robin Eternal #18, Batman Beyond #9, Detective Comics #49, Green Lantern #49, Action Comics #49, Swamp Thing #2, Green Arrow #49, Batgirl #48 and Midnighter #9

Ryan "Brightest Daycare" Clark's Other Side Review: Deadpool & the Mercs for Money #1

Reggie's Recklessness: What's Up With Rebirth?

Digital Spotlight: Wonder Woman '77 #14

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  1. Jim your forgetting that mother has brainwashed before Itchythis. Mother trains children as well as adults by using sculpture.

    So there's mothers Brainwashing with sculpture, The hand of God from st. Dumas, and Itchythis the Tweaked version of The hand of God.

    And let me confirm one thing, I definitely don't like this issue or pretty much this series. But I can admit when a book is readable and when one is Unreadable. A 2/10 is unreadable. I feel that this issue was more BLAHH! But was still readable.

    Also Cassandras age has to be closer to Dick then Tim. She has to be 18-20.

    I'm not trying to bust your balls but this issue wasn't the worst thing I ever read. And I don't by 2's.

    1. I just found too many inconsistencies and things that the reader had to fill in for the story to make sense. It all seemed to come crashing down on top of another mystery that everybody had solved months ago