Let’s all take our seats—it’s Crisis 301: It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s—The More You Know. Sorry, no WOTCOEW.
Another Free Comic Book Day has come and gone, Whedon is represented, Manning has Hope, Zoom and Ink get their debuts, Barry’s tale is retold, Zan and Jayna go dating, Bendis pulls together the Young Justice threads, DC goes event crazy, and a Black Hammer hat trick--plus WOTCOEW.
The Bat and the Cat revisited, the Murderest Man Alive, the Ur-Crisis, Naomi’s history keeps getting revealed, Lois and Clark: Agents of SPYRAL, A two-shot from the Buffyverse, the Enterprise goes into season five, and the Eisner nominations are in--plus WOTCOEW.
Let’s all take our seats—it’s Crisis 300: A Legendary Crisis.
We Detect a milestone, the Dynamicker Duo, Ultraman needs therapy, Clark Kent—agent of SPYRAL, Dial R for Reboot, the League of Annoyance, and Naomi learns an inconvenient truth--plus WOTCOEW.
The Fourth World declares #MeToo, Wonder Comics powers activate! Bruce and Barry pay the Price, Clark finds his way in the world, more from the Comic Book of Love, Naomi and Young Justice soldier on, as does Archie, the United States vs. Murder Inc. blows up, and the 2019 Panic at DC Comics--plus WOTCOEW.
Let’s all take our seats—it’s Crisis 211: “Final Crisis!” (yeah, we’ve heard that before) . Sorry, no WOTCOEW.
Naomi begins her journey, Wally missed his birthday, Barry’s annual fills in some blanks, Bruce and Clark set up future events, Mysteries of Love—IN SPAAAACE, it’s back to school for Buffy, Trek fan fiction gets the comic book treatment, and defeating a bad guy by avoiding him--plus WOTCOEW.
Young Justice brings the band back together, Superboy becomes Superteen, A Kryptonian Hawkman, Pureheart the Powerful returns, Mal and Zoe are in a fix, a bloody bowling alley, and the OTHER Captain Marvel--plus WOTCOEW.
Freedom Fighters assemble, Bros Before Heroes, a multiversal chase, never get into a relationship with the head of Leviathan, only you can prevent witches’ covens, Dateline: Archie in Algeria, and I Wonder how Bendis’ new imprint will go--plus WOTCOEW.
Superman vs. the Russkies, more Heroes in Crisis, Billy Batson sans RV, Alfred and Thomas are My Two Dads, Bendis is just adding things (NOT), Border Town is shut down, Bendis’s tribute to Stan the Man, Jonah and the Bots are still stuck in a comic, and a double shot of Black Hammer-- all in THE LIGHTNING ROUND! Plus WOTCOEW.
Let’s all take our seats—it’s Crisis 210: “Aftermath”. Sorry, no WOTCOEW this week.
Scott Free escapes to the real world, Bruce is losing it, Serenity goes Boom, Hail Excali-Burt!, Lemire does LSH, Dr. Horrible does a curtain call, and farewell Stan the Man--plus WOTCOEW.
Hal’s back--and Morrison’s got him, Superman is all Sideways, Harley fools the Trinity, Lois wants to go on a break, Bruce gets the chance to go Super, another Justice League event goes to 11, Bye-bye Bongo, Inspector Insector is on the case, Young Animal rolls a D20, and Vertigo goes for Stepford witches and Tim Hunter--plus WOTCOEW.
Let’s all take our seats—it’s Crisis 209: “Death at the Dawn of Time” . Sorry, no WOTCOEW.
In a super-sized 500th episode:
Nightwing has a headache, Super-therapy goes off the rails, the Doomsday Clock is running behind, a pointless crossover, you could cut the veggie tray with a Fahren-Knife, Buffy is given the hook, no more life on the farm for Black Hammer, Gerard Way goes back to his roots, Pumpkinhead explains it all, news from NYCC, and clips from 10 years of podcasting--plus WOTCOEW.
Geoff Johns digs into the long boxes for Doomsday Clock, Lex’s time-traveling doorknob, A New God has a birthday party, Royal City is in the homestretch, somebody put a Warning Label on that girl, the Lightning Round, and industry news--plus WOTCOEW.
Flash has an Impulse, Super-midlife crisis, Bruce Wayne: Juror, Holy Archie-kins!, Olive and Tommy meet in Royal City, and the circus comes to San Diego--plus WOTCOEW.
Let’s all take our seats—it’s Crisis 207: “A Flash of the Lightning!" Sorry, no WOTCOEW this week.
The Man of Steel and the Justice League are run through the reboot cycle, while two other titles rush to conclusions, the worldwide metahuman conspiracy, it’s bad form (and a bad idea) to invite super-villains to your wedding, and industry news--plus WOTCOEW.