Wednesday, February 28, 2018

A Derington Dump

Hey y'all!

With every WFD-related post, I try to include an image or two that I've collected from Nick Derington's Twitter feed, mostly because his feed is packed with awesome imagery. Given that I just did a triple-shot of WFD catch-up, I decided to save the Derington-do (sounded better in my head, like daring-do) for a separate post. This is that post.

You're welcome.

Now we know. This is from Doom Patrol/JLA Special #1. 

I have been a huge fan of everything in Jason Aaron's Thor run, but seeing this tribute to Jane Foster might be my favorite bit of the whole thing. 

Saturday, January 6, 2018

Episode 115: The End is a Terrible Thing to Waste OR Pollack Out

Sure, this is from an episode of Waiting for Doom that came out last year. But this year isn't even a week old yet, so I'm not that far off. Anyway, here's what WilFreD had to say in summary of the episode

Sequels! Unread comics! Unexpected choices in fundraising! More Kbbalistic mysticism than you can shake a possessed doll at! Ending the year by ending a volume - AND revealing a new project! GADZOOKS! LET'S GET PATROLLING!
Down on Derington Way - 11:26Doom Clock - 14:25Doomsplaining - 18:38 - We reach the end of volume 2 of the Doom Patrol, as we cover issues 86 and 87 by Rachel Pollack, Ted McKeever, John E Workman Jr, Axel Alonso and Lou Stathis!Mailbag O Doom - 47:45 - We read your responses to the question, "Who is your favourite character with a walking stick?"

And now, here's the images, starting with a collection from Doom Patrol (v2) #86.

Gotta start with the cover, right? Another Kyle Baker piece. 

Zere might be zum muzzer issues with young Niles.  


And now, my friends, the final issue of the second volume of Doom Patrol.

. . .and that's all she wrote. 

Thursday, December 21, 2017

Episode 114: Cows Are Notoriously Aggressive OR John Byrne and Fashion Design, What Could Go Wrong?


Mike and Paul got ByrneT for you! Here's the latest on Episode 114 of Waiting for Doom, straight from their Podbean:

Sexy tension! Meta commentary! Yummy yummy thought meals! Creepy stalking clocks! Drug tazers! Hobo-Robos! Yes, it's time for some more boring new adventures so LET'S GET PATROLLING!

Down on Derington Way - 6:07
Doom Clock - 13:14
Doomsplaining - 18:00 - We head back to volume 4 of the Doom Patrol, and take a look at issues 5 and 6 by John Byrne, Doug Hazlewood, Jared K. Fletcher, Alex Bleyaert and Mike Carlin!
Mailbag O Doom - 45:07 - We read your responses to the question, "What comic habit have you broken?"

So here's the images for Doom Patrol (v3) #5. 
BLUE STEELE! Not to be confused with Real Steel

Did Faith ever actually return to the Justice League?

And Doom Patrol (v4) #6:

Question of the Week (even though Paul and Mike have most likely recorded the next episode): 
Who is your favorite fictional character with a walking stick?

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Episode 113: This Is How It’s Gonna Go Out OR Oneiric Research - Get You Some!

Caught up again! Here's the dealio on the most recent episode from Paul and Mike and WilFreD. Check it out on the Podbeans
Deadly frisbees! Faith healers! Erotic chocolate milk! Grail cups, not plastic tumblers! Food that opens gates! Satan! eBay sniping! Something for everyone!
  • Down on Derington Way - 6:07
  • Doom Clock - 10:22
  • Doomsplaining - 15:45 - It's the beginning of the end for volume 2 of the Doom Patrol, as we take a look at issues 84 and 85, brought to us by Rachel Polack, Ted McKeever, John E. Workman and Lou Stathis!
  • Mailbag O Doom - 45:58 - We read your responses to the question, "In terms of comics, what was the 'one that got away'?"
Now, let's take a look at Doom Patrol (v2) #84. 

Like a Jewish Captain America. . .


Also, howzabout some #85? 

. . . and that's a wrap for Episode 113 of Waiting for Doom.


Here's the Question of the Week!
Which comic related habit have you broken yourself from doing?

Oh! And that Super Sons Annual #1 reference that Martin Gray tweeted about (artby Paul Pelletier, story by Peter J. Tomasi):

Ah, what the heck. Here's a Nick Derington tweet worth sharing.

That's all I have for now, my friends! Be good to one another!
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