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4-Panel 112 – Being Akira Malkovich

It’s time for more comic-books with 4-Panel, and this week we’re talking about bad Marvel partnerships, Taika Waititi’s film plans for Akira, art theft and the return of a British superhero team. We also continue our new scoring system and our ongoing descent into Nightwing’s

4-Panel 111 – Boy Meets Venom

This week on 4-Panel we talk about the biggest Iron Man story ever … at least according to Brian Michael Bendis. There are lots of terrible movie references – including one that is incorrect and from the movie guy no less (he should be ashamed).

4-Panel 110 – Nightwing’s Naughty Shushy Face

Syfy are making a pilot of Rick Remender’s school-based assassin story Deadly Class. Meanwhile there’s shenanigans involving Agents of Shield, ABC and Disney, and following the success of Kotobukiya’s Bishoujo line of figures based on DC’s female heroes and villains a male equivalent called Ikemen

4-Panel 107 – Black Bolt has the Best Lines

The ongoing saga about who will direct Suicide Squad 2 continues. Meanwhile, ABC have expressed some concerns about their Inhumans TV series … Oh, and Sheena: Queen of the Jungle is getting another live-action adaptation for some reason. Our featured comics are Serenity: No Power

4-Panel 105 – Haunted Tanks Can Be Racist Too

While Tom King wants to bring back Sgt. Rock to fight more goose-stepping bad guys (for some reason), DC continue to desecrate childhood nostalgia with a new remake of The Jetsons. Our featured comics and manga are Bad Machinery, Queen Emeraldas volume 2, I Kill

4-Panel 104 – A Terrible Ninja Infestation

We had a couple of technical issues which have caused a slight echo in this episode. Elsewhere in the greater realm of comics there was a terrible press panel for Inhumans, Karl Urban is in talks to play Judge Dredd again, Netflix buys Millarworld and

4-Panel 101 – They’re Mandible-Licking Good

With the next DCEU movie confirmed as Shazam, DC also announce the third instalment of the “popular” Colonel Sanders – Justice League crossover. Meanwhile, Sega and Archie Comics end their partnership and we take a look at the BBFC’s most complained about movies. Our featured

4-Panel 99 – Choc Ice with Gravy

It’s our first trans-continental episode this week as Mick gets magically transported to Dubai. We also have news future Spider-man movies (that isn’t actually news), and some very strange DC crossovers. Our featured comics and manga are Valerian: Ambassador of Shadows, Swordless by Nikki Kidura,

4-Panel 98 – We Need More Crumpet!

We’re back for another go on the comic-book carousel, and this week there’s the possibility of Captain Britain appearing in the MCU (maybe), the Hitchcockian influence in The Batman, a live-action Superman: Red Son, the trailer for The Inhumans TV series, and the announcement of