Ink Tank #14: The Midseason Madness
THERE’S NO ONE LIKE FLASH FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
Welcome back to the Ink Tank, True Believers! I know we throw the term “busy week” around here a lot, but this week couldn’t have been more packed with things to talk about if J. Jonah Jameson was at a Spider-Man convention. But enough of my fabulous philosophizing, let’s get to the good stuff:
- TNT is developing Titans, starring Nightwing himself! Do Max and Alex want to see this new take on DC’s young heroes?
- Mark Hamill is coming to The Flash! Can Alex calm down enough to give his thoughts on the matter?
- No, he cannot. It’s Mark f***ing Hamill.
- The names of the Star Wars: The Force Awakens characters have been revealed in trading card form.
- Marc Singer is coming to Arrow as General Shrieve. Could his Creature Commandos be far behind? They’d better be.
- New Ant-Man details!
- Discussion of The Flash. With Reverse-Flash on the loose and Alex’s fandom at dangerous levels, what did our heroes think of The Flash’s last episode of 2014?
- Arrow had its midseason finale! Oliver vs. Ra’s Al Ghul. (Or is it pronounced Rasch Al Ghul?) Max and Alex discuss the future of Starling City and that ending.
That’s a wrap on coverage of The Flash and Arrow for this year, but worry not, as our analysis will return in January when the shows do. In the meantime, the Ink Tank Holiday Special is right around the corner, offering the merriest menagerie of miraculous discussion you’ve ever heard!
Note: The following podcast contains EXPLICIT language and discussion of Arrow and The Flash. SPOILER ALERT!
Trade of the Week: FF Vol. 1: Fantastic Faux by Matt Fraction with art by Mike Allred. Get the details on current Ant-Man Scott Lang in a Fantastic Four book. Plus, get informed about She-Hulk, Movie-bound Medusa and see some amazing Mike Allred art!
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