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.
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.
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.
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.
Bruce has the wedding bell blues, The Kent family goes on vacation sans Clark, more Forces and Spectrums than you can shake a stick at, The New God peace talks, Lemire’s Endless, you are now leaving Astro City, the lightning round, and industry news--plus WOTCOEW.
The Justice League fights trees, Superman clears out the queue, Challengers assemble! Bruce returns a wedding gift, the Flashes go to War, the Fantastic Terrifics, and using a hammer as a “get out of Hell” card--plus WOTCOEW.
Will Ivy be Selina’s maid of honor? Barda's baby blues, Heavens to Joe DiMaggio, Pick your JLA, Life as a sentient intrinsic field, Shade’s a woman now, To My Ainsel be true, and DC news--plus WOTCOEW.
Milk Wars reaches its kooky conclusion, The Terrifics arrive, Silencer gets some backstory, Everybody loves Ivy, the JLA is in a hurry, Giles goes all 21 Jump Street, Royal City wraps up an arc, and news from the Emerald City--plus WOTCOEW.
DC stumbles over Metal in the Dark Nights, they’re Ruff, Reddy, and potty mouths, Buffy wraps up Season 11, Fauna Force Ho!, Royal City in the 90’s, it’s last call at Time and Vine, and enjoy(?) some Black Crown--plus WOTCOEW.
Dick’s got a New Order, Bruce drops in on Ted (and Jaime), Archie’s aftermath, Lucy’s Hammer story, and flying beds--plus WOTCOEW.
It’s instant gene-therapy for Diana, Reverse-Flash is dead (again), when a town is not a town, stealing the captain’s chair, and look out—it’s SCANTS! Plus WOTCOEW.
The Super-Bombshells have it out, it’s Jokes and Riddles for Bruce, Is Buffy complete without powers?, Slam bulks up, and Tommy really wants his book back--plus WOTCOEW.
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The Brave and the Mold, Adam West—murderer?, Diana learns The Truth, is a Slayer without powers still a slayer?, Talky’s backstory, and Cornell’s UFO political tale returns--plus WOTCOEW.
With two HUGE weeks of comics to cover, I summon—THE LIGHTNING ROUND!!! A Lemire double-shot, and the weekly pull gets trimmed--plus WOTCOEW.
A Lenticular Crisis, Golden Gail creates her own family, Richie and Tommy hang out, when Cave Carson saved Superman, sometimes a tux is as good as a cape, and news from Chicago.
Here’s the story of a man named Kal-El, The League fights Marvel knockoffs, Journey to Babel redux, and Shadow accepts the job--plus WOTCOEW.
The Last Boy on Earth, Ray is gay, Supermen assemble, Angel has no Faith, it’s Hammer time, and digital shenanigans--plus WOTCOEW.