CBF 40 : 2012 Comics In Review


I’d like to say that’s the appropriate theme for the 2012 comic book review edition of the CBF podcast. Bringing both Daniel M. Clark and Jon Stump onto the show together will do that.

This is where we dissect the year of comics and its future. Many bold topics were discussed:

  • DC losing ground with its New 52 and the falling of Vertigo
  • The good (Marvel NOW!) and not so good (AvX) of Marvel
  • Image having probably its best year since their inception 20 years ago
  • Our favorite series and what you should be picking up that’s under the radar
  • Our concerns for the industry as a whole and what 2020 is going to look like
  • Who the heck may becoming a Brony?

Agree? Disagree? This was definitely the most honest podcast we’ve done and it speaks a lot to where comic books are supposedly heading. Give it a listen.

I’ll be back soon to close out the year of 2012 with the Quick Pick of the Year!

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  1. […] joined Tim Robinson and Jon Stump for the final episode of the year: 2012 Comics in Review. We covered a lot of ground—from DC to Marvel to Vertigo to Image and more. How did DC’s […]

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