Ink Tank #32: Double Team

Max and Alex return to the ‘Arrow’-verse to turn up, tune in and geek out.

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“Extra! Extra! ‘Flash’ Introduces Shark Man!”

Hello again, Mighty Marvelites! Ink Tank has been on a brief hiatus due to some craziness (both of your illustrious hosts happened to be involved in production of films), but with that exciting ephemera out of the way, it’s back to the boisterously bang-up world of comics! Here’s what you’ll find in this ecstatic episode:

– What have our heroes gone up to? That is, since the last time they said what they were up to? (See Ish #31. -M.)

– Discussion of Arrow. Was the double-episode saga of Sara’s return worth it? And what did Max and Alex think of the much-hyped entry of John Constantine into the Arrow-verse?

– Our heroes dig into The Flash. With a new Firestorm, King Shark, Zoom and any number of characters on the scene, Max and Alex must sort through it all and analyze every little detail. And also geek out over THAT scene.

– Alex also scans the episode for any trace for his beloved Jesse Quick. You saw it here first, folks!

Note: The following podcast contains EXPLICIT language and discussion of Arrow and The Flash. SPOILER ALERT!

That’s all for now, folks, but we’ll be back next week for more spectacular superhero action! It’ll be unlike anything you’ve seen in a comic podcast before! Until then, stay gold, true believers!

Did think Constantine was handled well on ‘Arrow’? Is the new Harrison Wells better than the old? Talk amongst yourselves in the letters column below or email us at

About Max Mielecki (157 Articles)
Max Mielecki is a TV writer at YouNerded and does comedy for the interwebs. He knows Han shot first. For further ramblings follow him on Twitter @Maxmielecki.

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