Comic Zombie Podcast #30: The “Ultimate Marvel” Comics

Issue 30: Ultimate Marvel

“Hulk Smash Freddie Prinze Junior!” – The Ultimate Hulk (The Ultimates #4)

Chris and Erik review the “Ultimate Marvel” Comics Line (2000-2015) – including: Ultimate Spider-man, Ultimate X-Men, Ultimate Fantastic Four, Ultimate Marvel Team-Up, The Ultimates, and Ultimatum… 

Also On This Episode: 

  • Erik’s (spoiler free) mini-review of “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”
  • Quick thoughts on “Werewolf by Night” and “The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special”
  • Artist Spotlight: Darwyn Cooke
  • Essential Reads: The Incredible Hulk

Check out our blog at ComicZombie.net for more! 

And buy Erik’s new sci-fi / noir novella, “2299” here! 

(Episode edited by Erik Slader)

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Essential Reads: THE INCREDIBLE HULK

On our latest podcast episode (Issue #30) we gave some recommendations for THE HULK!

Chris’s Pick: THE IMMORTAL HULK by Al Ewing and Joe Bennett

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Comic Zombie Podcast #29: X-Men: The Age of Apocalypse!

Issue 29: X-Men: The Age of Apocalypse!

“I am the rocks of the eternal shore: crash against me and be broken!” -Apocalypse 

In this solo episode, Chris goes deep into Marvel comics lore to gush about another famous (infamous?) 90’s X-Men story-arc: “THE AGE OF APOCALYPSE”! 

(Episode edited by Chris Carroll and Erik Slader)

Check out our blog at ComicZombie.net for more, including Erik’s recent reviews of Frank Miller’s Sin City graphic novels!

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The Best X-Men Movie Watch Order?

Now that mutants are officially being introduced into the MCU’s Phase 4 (Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Ms. Marvel, Wakanda Forever, etc), I figured it might be a good time to revisit Fox’s X-Men series, before it’s inevitably rebooted by Disney.

Before the Marvel Cinematic Universe began with 2008’s “Iron Man”, before Sam Raimi’s Spider-man trilogy, and following the success of 1999’s “Blade”, Bryan Singer gave us one of the most serious takes on a comic book franchise to date, with 2000’s “X-Men”!

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