Saturday, March 19, 2016

Martian Manhunter #10 Review and *SPOILERS*

The Spiteful Child of Mars

Written By: Rob Williams
Art By: Eddy Barrows, Eber Ferreira, Gabe Eltaeb, Tom Napolitano
Cover Price: $2.99
Release Date: March 16, 2016

*Non Spoilers and Score At The Bottom*

Oh, that Mars and it's wacky blood magic!  We're dealing with some serious shit here people and the way that I know that it's serious is that it's all over the place confusing.  Now don't get me wrong, I'm not a complete dummy on what's going on with our favorite Martian and I've been able to suss out the main gist of everything......... but it wasn't easy and I'm sure that I'm still missing some of the pieces to this shape shifting green puzzle, but that doesn't stop this from being interesting as hell........ I just hope that some of those corner pieces spill out of the box soon so I can get a idea of the bigger picture of this thousand piece Martian madness.  When we last left our hero, he was getting what Martians he could and hoping that he could transport them to Earth, while Agent Wessel sought out that mysterious Martian boy because apparently........... he's the key to everything.  Let's jump into this alien epic and see what's going down.

Friday, March 18, 2016

The Weird Side #11

Words and Art by: Paul B.

Welcome to another fantabulous edition of the Weird Side, in all our glory.  I love seeing what Paul gives us each week because by the time we are done recording the Podcast at 4 am, I can't remember what the hell we talked about.  So yes, Paul is my personal Memento!  I can't speak for Eric because, you know, he's an idiot.  But, he's my idiot.  My idiot! -Jim

Top 5 Fridays: Top 5 Batman Stories

Welcome back to Top 5 Fridays, where were celebrating the release of Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice! Last week, we covered the Man of Steel's greatest stories(check it out HERE), and now it's time for the Dark Knight's turn! Just like Superman, Batman has been around for over 75 years, and probably has more stories with him at the center as he is a man who fights for justice; A modern day Zorro, shaped like a Bat. With such an extensive history of fantastic stories, I possibly could never read them, so these are in my opinion the best I have read. But Enough talk! Let's dive in!

Superman: The Coming of the Supermen #2 Review

Old School's In Session

Written by: Neal Adams
Art by: Neal Adams, Alex Sinclair and Erica Schultz
Cover Price: $3.99
Release Date: March 16, 2016

When this book was first announced, I can't say I was extremely excited to read it.  In fact, it seemed more like a novelty than anything else and my opinion didn't change until I finally read it.  I can't really explain why, but I really enjoyed the first issue of this book and while I know that seems like an odd thing to say, I think that most people who read it understand what I'm talking about.  Neal Adams' art was easy on the eyes and combined with the silver age like story that managed to scratch an itch I didn't even know I had.  The first issue may have been more style than substance (we barely even saw the Superman of the title), but I couldn't wait to read and drool over Neal Adams' creation.  So, was the wait worth it?  Let's find out...

Thursday, March 17, 2016

Green Arrow #50 Review and *SPOILERS*

Blood, Sweat and Tears...... Mostly Blood Though..... and Some Tears

Written By: Ben Percy
Art By: Szymon Kudranski, Gabe Eltaeb, Rob Leigh
Cover Price: $4.99
Release Date: March 16, 2016

*Non Spoilers and Score At The Bottom*

So Green Arrow's a werewolf....... and he's fighting a biker gang of werewolves as well as taking on a group of white supremacists, who watched Point Break one too many times and who don't want any filthy werewolves living in their city......... Pretty much, everyone is a bad guy in this scenario because no one's rooting for a bunch of KKK rejects, even though they kind of have a decent stance in my opinion because really.......... I wouldn't want a bunch of people eating werewolves living in my city either......... but you can't say that because you can never be on the side of bigoted douchebags, but really, using werewolves as your bone of contention just isn't the way to go in my mind.......... because they're goddamned werewolves!  Anyway, let's jump into this over-sized issue and see if Green Arrow can overcome his wolfy ways and somehow bring some optimism to this title because right now it's bleak as hell.  Let's check it out.

Batman and Robin Eternal #24 Review

The Rules are the Rules

Written by: Steve Orlando
Art by: Alvaro Martinez, Raul Fernandez, John Kalisz, Gabe Eltaeb and Marilyn Patrizio
Cover Price: $2.99
Release Date: March 16, 2016

Hello ladies and gentlemen and welcome to this week's review of Batman and Robin Eternal.  While thinking about how to start this review, my mind ran wild with ideas.  Should I explain our site's mission statement of reviewing every book whether we like it or not for the thousandth time?  Maybe I could tell everyone who thinks I'm overly biased to go fuck themselves.  I even thought of just skipping this review totally and possibly make a sandwich.  Well, I'm not going to do any of those.  I am just going to review this issue like every other issues in the can decide if that's good enough for you.  Just don't hate me because I have different ideas than you.  That sounds like something Hitler would do and you don't want to be like Hitler, do you?  DO YOU???

The Adventures of Supergirl Goes from Digital First to Print Starting in May

THE ADVENTURES OF SUPERGIRL goes to print and will ship twice-monthly for $2.99!

Due to popular demand, DC Entertainment will now be offering The Adventures of Supergirl as a limited-run six-issue periodical, prior to the collected edition release this fall.The Adventures of Supergirl will now ship twice monthly for three months, beginning with The Adventures of Supergirl #1 (collecting Digital First chapters 1-3) on May 11th, 2016.

DC Comics Signs Orlando, Shaner and Merino to Exclusive Contracts


Writer Steve Orlando, Artists Evan “Doc” Shaner, Jesus Merino Sign Deals with DCEntertainment

BURBANK, Calif. (March 17, 2016) – DC Entertainment continues to expand its roster of top name talent, announcing today that it has reached agreements with writer Steve Orlando, along with artists Evan “Doc” Shaner and Jesus Merino to create comic book content solely for the publisher’s DC Comics and Vertigo imprints. 

This sounds pretty good to me, since I'm already a fan of "Doc" Shaner, I think Jesus Merino is really talented, and Steve Orlando is also a comics creator! I hope "Doc" does some work in the DCU proper and not just that Johnny Quest thing...though I can't wait for that, either. Exciting times afoot at DC Entertainment! Read on for the full press release!

Black Canary #9 Review and **SPOILERS**

A Gig's a Gig

Written By: Matthew Rosenberg
Art By: Moritat, Lee Loughridge
Letters By: Steve Wands
Cover Price: $2.99
Release Date: March 16, 2016

**Non-Spoilers and Score At The Bottom**

We interrupt our regularly-scheduled story for this one-off tale that was likely pulled from inventory. It’s not necessarily bad news, though: this one is written by Matthew Rosenberg of We Can Never Go Home fame and drawn by Moritat of All-Star Western and Generally Being An Awesome Artist fame. And honestly, the new story arc just began last issue, I’m not that invested that I can’t take a little prequel breather. I don’t know if that speaks well of Black Canary, or if it means I can pretty much take it or leave it. I do enjoy the book normally, but will a totally new creative team put me off of it forever? Or will it stoke my passion for this comic book to the level of a million brightly burning suns? Heck, if it’s drawn by Moritat, I’m probably gonna dig it. So let’s dive right into my review! Read on!

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Legends of Tomorrow #1 Review and *SPOILERS*

The Legends of Tomorrow, Today!

Written By: See Below
Art By: See Below
Cover Price: $7.99
Release Date: March 16, 2016

*Non-Spoilers and Score at the Bottom*

Hey kids! Do you like the hit CW show Legends of Tomorrow? You do? Well have I got news for you! DC has released an anthology comic book titled Legends of Tomorrow, featuring all of your favorite characters from the series, like Firestorm! You like Firestorm, don'tcha? What's that? Who else is in it? Oh, you know, other characters, No? He's not on the show? What about the Metal Men? Not them, either? Well Sugar & Spike have to What kind of grift is this, anyway?? You may remember these books as having been announced at the beginning of the DCYou, though I inferred that they would be individual titles. And truly, they are: this anthology turns out to be four complete comic books for the price of almost three. But that's only worth your while if at least three of them are good. We agreed that it's unfair to judge Legends of Tomorrow, the comic book, as one issue since it's really four separate stories that happen to be bound under the same cover. So Eric and Reggie decided to do something never before done on this site: tag team this bitch and review two stories apiece. Does this comic book review experiment work as well as the comic book anthology experiment? Read on to find out!

Superman: American Alien #5 Review

Mr. Metropolis to the Rescue

Written by: Max Landis
Art by: Francis Manapul and John Workman
Cover Price: $3.99
Release Date: March 16, 2016

I usually start my reviews with an introduction that either includes a recap of the book I'm writing about or more often than naught, my overall feelings of the entire series.  In my mind, it lets everyone know where I stand before jumping into a particular issue and puts a little more weight on my score.  I'm not going to do that for this review.  This book is so damn good that I've run out of things to say about it.  I guess I could pull phrases out of the Comic Reviews for Dummies like, "It's a roller coaster ride of emotions", ""The story and art are a perfect compliment to each other" or "If loving this book is wrong, I don't want to be right", but I will spare you such nonsense and just tell you that Max Landis is giving fans the Superman book they want and deserve. If that's not on the TPB then I might just give up.  Let's get on with the review for Superman: American Alien #5.

Poison Ivy: Cycle of Life and Death #3 Review and *SPOILERS*

Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Wilted

Written By: Amy Chu
Art By: Clay Mann, Stephen Segovia, Seth Mann, Jonathan Glapion, Dexter Vines, Art Thibert, Ulises Arreola
Letters By: Janice Chiang
Cover Price: $2.99
Release Date: March 16, 2016

*Non-Spoilers and Score At The Bottom*

Do you think plants ever plot revenge? Like, if you are a really shitty houseplant-owner, and only half-assedly water your spider plant so that it teeters between life and mulch, the tips of its slender leaves a perpetual paper bag brown, do you think it dreams of slithering its tendrils around your neck and choking the goddamned life out of you? I like to think flora is not that petty. If plants really wanted revenge on people, it would fairly well be over in about sixty seconds. And don’t give me that mess about them “needing us” to exchange carbon dioxide for oxygen, there are plenty of other mammals on the planet with whom ferns have no problem. And we’ve left such a carbon stink in the air, the superweeds that inherit the Earth will be munching on it for centuries. So plants probably aren’t out to kill us at the moment, though maybe you should be a little more respectful and water them more often anyway. And while you’re at it, read my review of Poison Ivy #3. Maybe they’ll think you’re trying to empathize.

Sinestro #21 Review and *SPOILERS*

Tears For Fears

Written By: Cullen Bunn
Art By: Martin Coccolo, Blond, Dave Sharpe
Cover Price: $2.99
Release Date: March 16, 2016

*Non Spoilers and Score At The Bottom*

When thinking to yourself about who the world's greatest hero is, I bet that you'd never think of Sinestro as filling that slot, but here we are after a big ass battle with an anti-emotion cult and out of nowhere, Sinestro is the Big Man on Campus.  The battle itself was kind of fun, but overall we got nothing but more and more rings being sent out into the world, recruiting Earth's heroes into the Corps, but really they didn't do anything with that power so it didn't really add anything to the story for me.  Sinestro finally defeated the Pale Bishop of this group in Green Lantern fashion, by having all of his Corpsmen chant the Sinestro Corps Oath, giving him power and the ability to finally defeat this emotionless foe.......... who we also found out wasn't emotionless, even though it doesn't make much sense, but our anti-hero won and as that previous issue ended, we found out that in his weakened state that Sinestro has turned over control to the Sinestro Corps to his daughter Soranik.......... and man, that's got to be a weird ass experience for her.  Let's jump into this issue and see how she's handling her new role and if the ability to command fear itself changes her in the process.  Let's check it out.

Titans Hunt #6 Review and *SPOILERS*

Fighting The Future By Erasing The Past

Written By: Dan Abnett
Art By: Stephen Segovia, Art Thibert, Hi-Fi, Carlos M. Mangual
Cover Price: $2.99
Release Date: March 16, 2016

*Non Spoilers and Score At The Bottom*

Ready to continue the mind fuck that is Titans Hunt?  Well, you better be ready because it's coming at you faster than Jim if you were yelling "Free Food".  Also, when I say "mind fuck" when referring to this title, I don't necessarily mean that as a bad thing, even though I wasn't a huge fan of the previous issue, I only mean that this story is dealing with some hardcore timeline altering shit and if it's not done right, it will be a total mess, but if everything works out, it might also be the thing that really connects the previous continuity before the New 52 to today's comics in a way that is really satisfying........ Oh god, let's hope for the best.  In the previous issue, Roy and Gnarrk went to Lilith Clay, only to find a ravaging Hawk, who comes off like Roy did him wrong at some point in time because he starts bashing Roy in his jerk off face.  Donna, Dick and Garth are battling the beast servant of Mr. Twister: Mammoth, while Bumble Bee is getting the lowdown about Mal's past from Mad Mod and Mal is singing into Mr. Twister's bone organ............ which is way less sexier than it sounds.  Let's see what all of this has to do with our heroes being the Teen Titans five years ago.  Let's check it out.

Superman #50 Review and *SPOILERS*

Superman, This Isn't Your Life!

Written By: Gene Luen Yang
Art By: Howard Porter, Adrian Syaf, Patrick Zircher, Jon Bogdanove, Hi-Fi, Rob Leigh
Cover Price: $4.99
Release Date: March 16, 2016

*Non Spoilers and Score At The Bottom*

It looks like it's time to put a pin in the Truth story and the continued Savage Dawn as well with this issue folks.  That's right, we're finally at the finale........... and it better be filler free because of everything we got from Superman/Wonder Woman!  In that issue we completely setup the fact that Vandal's little Savages have been taken out of the picture because they couldn't handle the awesome power that the comet bestowed upon them and simply blew up.......... which is weird because Vandal is still all about getting the power for himself, even though we saw in Action Comics that he wanted to see how his kids were affected before he made the comet plunge........... So yeah, them blowing up doesn't really make me think that Vandal should still be all comet power hungry because who wants to blow up?  Anyway, let's jump into this finale and see how a powered up Superman will take out Vandal Savage and how we put the world of Superman back in order by the end of this issue.  Let's check it out.

Superman/Wonder Woman #27 Review

Extra Filler

Written by: Peter J. Tomasi
Art by: Cliff Richards, Wil Quintana and Rob Leigh
Cover Price: $3.99
Release Date: March 16, 2016

After eight long months, Superman finally got his powers back in the last issue of Action Comics. Don't ask me how because I'm still trying to figure that one out and I'm not going to look a gift horse in the mouth.  That wasn't the only thing that happened as we leaned Vandal Savage's true plan and got a cliffhanger promising a House of Savage versus Team Superman knock down, drag out fight.  I am giving you a rundown of Action Comics because it leads directly into this issue which is indeed the penultimate issue of the whole Truth story.  Is it any good?  Let's find out...

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Telos #6 Review and *SPOILERS*

What Is and What Should Never Be

Written By: Jeff King
Art By: Igor Vitorino, Jason Paz, Marc Deering, Peter Steigerwald, Travis Lanham
Cover Price: $2.99
Release Date: March 9, 2016

*Non Spoilers and Score At The Bottom*

Here we are with the final issue of Telos and I wish I could tell you it was a hell of a ride or something cliche like that, but overall it's been pretty lackluster.  The entire series did nothing for us except tell us that the title character was Arak: Son of Thunder before Brainiac went and stole his humanity away from him....... not to mention his family........ but that name means nothing to me so personally I got nothing here.  I hate saying all of this because Jeff King could possibly be the nicest dude in the world and if not the nicest, he's definitely in the running......... I just don't like this series.  I know saying that blows my shot at Jeff and me vacationing in Delaware....... for some reason, but I have to keep it real and hope for the best as we go into this final chapter of Telos.  Let's jump into this issue and see if Parallax can add some excitement and if this ties perfectly into where we left this Zero Hour character when he ran for the hills in Green Lantern.  Let's check it out.

Injustice: Gods Among Us: Year Five Chapter #13 Review

Be Yourself

Written by: Brian Buccellato
Art by: Mike S. Miller, J. Nanjan and Wes Abbott
Cover Price: $0.99
Release Date: March 15, 2016

Last week's Injustice is pretty easy to sum up...Superman, Bizarro and Solomon Grundy in a heavy hitter threesome that may not have been as sexy as it sounds, but was still pretty damn awesome to see.  The slugfest didn't push the overall narrative forward much, but it was fun and there is always room for that, right?  Right!  Of course, after an issue like that, I was hoping for a more story heavy issue this week.  Is this one of the first times in my life that I got what I hoped for?  Let's find out...

DC Comics Estimated Sales For February 2016

Goddamn, these books are dropping!  I know I give DC Comics a hard time, but it's only because I care......... Hell, if I wasn't reading and talking about these books all the time I might actually have to go out and get a life and the idea of socializing just gives me anxiety......... and some angina.  That last bit just might be because of all the blackness within my heart, making it impossible for that sweet, sweet oxygen to get where it's going.  Besides for my own personal trials and tribulations though, we're looking at all of the books that we at Weird Science consider the "Main Books" or the "Meat and Cheese" for some reason.  So don't go expecting Vertigo books, collected digital titles.......... or anything really that I just didn't happen to put on here.  Let's sit back and relax and check out how our favorite DC Comics did last month and if some of them not coming back after Rebirth is justified........... they mostly are.  Let's check it out.

Supergirl Season 1 Episode 16 "Falling" Review and **SPOILERS**

Supergirl Becomes Super Mean!

Starring: Chyler Leigh, David Harewood, Italia Ricci et al.
Story By: Robert Rovner, Jessica Queller
Directed By: Larry Teng
First Aired: March 14, 2016

*Non Spoilers and Score At The Bottom*

Before Supergirl aired, I remember seeing a lot of comments online that this show was going to be some pithy teenage drama with a lot of pensive lip-chewing and forlorn gazes. Well, I hope all of those well-exercised people who jumped to conclusions have issued formal apologies (though I have yet to see one) because this show is much more DC Showcase 1958 than it is Beverly Hills 90210. There’s so much ridiculous comic book science and implied leaps of faith in CBS’ Supergirl that you’d think the Space Race was still in full swing. And I love it! I can’t get enough of this brain-melting program, whenever I think I’ve got it all figured out, it throws me another Silver Age comic book curveball. Which would probably be a satellite. And maybe a Buck Rogers ray gun. What am I going on about? We’re only talking about Supergirl, y’all, and I can dig it. Read on!

Titans Hunt #6 Preview

Written By: Dan Abnett
Art by: Paulo Siqueira
Cover Price: $2.99
Release Date: March 16, 2016
A traitor in their midst! As Mister Twister relentlessly tightens his grip, our heroes band together to crack open one of the greatest mysteries in DC history! But if they can’t trust their own memories, they certainly can’t trust each other…and with good reason. One of them is not who they seem to be! 
Another one I have not been reading, but it sounds like it has gotten better and better based off of Eric's reviews. Will this be the lead-in to Rebirth? Sounds like it! And incidentally, I can't trust my own memories either. But that's because I am a hopeless and incurable drunk. 

Superman #50 Preview

Written by: Gene Luen Yang  
Art by: Howard Porter
Cover Price: $4.99
Release Date: March 16, 2016
Superman returns in all his glory in this very special issue that sees the Man of Steel back to full power as he faces his greatest enemy and also comes face to face with the pre-Flashpoint Kal-El! At last, it’s the meeting of the Supermen you’ve been waiting for!
Ol' Superman is back in his red and blues with full power, and he's ready to rock! We hope...he hasn't rocked consistently throughout this run. But meeting with Kal-El from Superman: Lois & Clark is a good portent, because that book rocks. Thing is, I wonder if the book will be different from the solicit...the cover changed from something that definitively showed Clark and Kal-El, to this more indistinguishable cover of Superman flying atcha. We'll find out what's what tomorrow, I suppose!

Sinestro #21 Preview

Written by: Cullen Bunn  
Art by: Andrew Hennessy, Bradley Walker
Cover Price: $2.99
Release Date: March 16, 2016

The climactic battle between the Sinestro Corps and The Paling is here! Sinestro has bolstered the ranks of the Corps with some of Earth’s most powerful heroes and villains—but will that be enough to defeat a creature who is immune to the powers of the Yellow Rings? A new status quo for the Sinestro Corps begins here!
I loved this book until about last June or July, but admittedly I stopped reading. Based on Eric's reviews, it's been a mixed bag--but it's gotten much more interesting lately! And it looks like everyone ever is a Yellow Lantern now? That sounds awesome! I may need to do penance and go back to read what I've missed, because this issue sounds really cool. 

Martian Manhunter #10 Preview

Written by: Rob Williams  
Art by: Eber Ferreira, Eddy Barrows
Cover Price: $2.99
Release Date: March 16, 2016 
In the shadow of an epic war on the Living Mars, DC Comics presents the definitive origin story of J’onn J’onzz, the Martian Manhunter—and reveals his terrible destiny!  
This book has been a roller coaster for the last four or five issues, just toying with our feelings and sense of space and time like some kind of psychedelic drug. I have been loving the story, though, and really look forward to this "definitive" origin story that might give us a little bit more insight...into Mr. Biscuits!

Dr. Fate #10 Preview

Written by: Paul Levitz
Cover by: Sonny Liew
Cover Price: $2.99
Release Date: March 16, 2016 
Doctor Fate travels to Egypt, where the young hero discovers that an ancient, malevolent superpower is making things unduly difficult for his ancestral homeland. 
I've gotta be honest, I'm just putting up a preview here...I haven't been reading this book. But Eric says Khalid has been acting more heroic lately, and I do like the character. This book just seemed to spin its wheels in the beginning, so I walked away. Did I make a mistake? Let me know in the comments!

Superman: The Coming of the Supermen #2 Preview

Written By: Neal Adams
Art By: Neal Adams
Cover Price: $3.99
Release Date: March 16, 2016

The terror of Apokolips continues as the combined might of Kal-El and the warriors from Kandor fight back against Darkseid’s legions!

I don't blame the solicit for being so short, if this issue is anything like the crazy ride of the first one, then there's no adequate way to describe it in a sentence or two. I loved the last issue, though, not despite its craziness but because of it. I'll be reading and reviewing this one for sure!

Just for the Hell of it Review - Street Poet Ray #1

This is a very special Just For The Hell Of It Review as it is by Chris from Chris is on Infinite Earths. Chris is a friend of the site and whether he likes it or not, is now a member of the Weird Science Get Fresh Crew. Check out his great review here and then go over to his awesome site!

Street Poet Ray #1 (1990)
"The Word From the Street"
Writer/Creator - Michael Redmond
Illustrator/Translator - Junko Hosizawa
Executive Producer - Douglas Foxworthy
Asst. to Mr. Redmond - Laura Gallina
Editor in Chief - Tom DeFalco
Cover Price: $2.95

Word Up!

Let’s say you’re a kid in ye old 1990.  You’re dumb to all the evils of the world… all you care about is whether or not you can talk your parents into shelling out $50 for Super Mario Bros. 3.
You live your white bread existence, ignorance is bliss, and all’s well in the world.  Where would a kid like you get the real skinny about the doomed orb we inhabit?  I’ll tell ya where… don’t tell your momma, you’re gettin’ that info from the streets!

Monday, March 14, 2016

Gotham Season 2 Episode 13 "This Ball of Mud and Meanness" Review and *SPOILERS*

Faffing About!

Director: John Behring
Writers: Jordan Harper
First Aired: March 14, 2016

*Non spoilers and score at the bottom*

This is it. We’ve come to the end of the road… Sort of. We’ve come to the end of A road, which involves one of our main characters. Since the pilot episode of this series, a question has lingered in the air: Who killed the Waynes? Last episode, we got our answer last fall and on the last episode, Alfred got files on the man himself. Now this week Bruce is going after Matches Malone. While I originally rolled my eyes that Bruce’s future criminal persona is the killer, I have been a bit excited for this to come to fruition, mainly because this is an Elseworld’s story. We don’t know what could happen! Will Malone be a fake? Will he not exist? Will Bruce kill him?! Probably not that last one, but the thought doesn’t escape me! So let’s dive on in to this ending chapter of Bruce’s childhood...

DC Comics Reveals Variant Covers for Hanna-Barbera's Future Quest and Scooby Apocalypse

This May, DC Entertainment unveils a new take on classic Saturday Morning cartoon characters with the release of Future Quest and Scooby Apocalypse, and here’s a look at some hot variant covers for these two great books! 

Sunday, March 13, 2016

Weird Science DC Comics Podcast Ep 62: Sexy Robots and Fan Fiction

Jim and Eric are at it again with a 5+ hour podcast.  They won't mind if you don't!  During their weekly visit, they talk about all the DC Comics that came out this week including Batman and Robin #23 and Batman/Superman #30.  Spoiler Alert: They like Batman/Superman #30 a whole lot!  They also talk about this weeks DC Comics news, how sexy robot Lois is and Jim weirds Eric out with inappropriate fan fiction...all this and more on Episode 62 of the Weird Science DC Comics Podcast.  Enjoy!