Ink Tank #17: Ink Tank without Fear
“IT’S ALWAYS BLITZ, ISN’T IT?”
Welcome back, true believers! It’s time to head back into the most miraculous of meeting places, the amazing Ink Tank! We saw some great stuff recently, so let’s look at the docket for this week:
- Geek Speak has joined the YouNerded family. Welcome aboard guys, we hope you survive the experience.
- The trailer for Netflix’s Daredevil is out! Do our heroes have faith in this new take on the man without fear?
- We’re pleased as punch to start talking about Agent Carter weekly. Has the show been able to keep going off its great debut?
- We take the usual trip to Arrow and The Flash. With Oliver Queen headed back to Starling for the end of the “Brick” trilogy and another prominent Flash villain on the loose, it’s crazy times in the Arrow-verse. Can Alex handle the fandom?
- We wouldn’t be writing this if he could. Watch the madness unfold!
That’s all we’ve got for this now. We’ll return next week with another audacious audio adventure, (and you can bet that we’ll be discussing a recent deal featuring a certain web-slinging character.) Until then, stay amazing everyone!
Note: The following podcast contains EXPLICIT language and discussion of Agent Carter, Arrow and The Flash. SPOILER ALERT!
Trade of the Week: Daredevil: Man without Fear by Frank Miller with art by John Romita Jr. Read the Daredevil “Year One” stories the upcoming Netflix series is based on. It’s a barrell of hardboiled fun!
How’s the new “Daredevil” looking? Could Peekaboo have been better on “The Flash”? Talk amongst yourselves in the letters column below or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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