Tag Archives: IDW Publishing

4-Panel – Christmas Annual 2018: Discoveries

The 4-Panel gang are taking a break during Christmas and New Year’s, but we’ve recorded some extra treats to tide you over till we return in January. On this first mini-episode the fantabulous (fantastic and fab were already taken), four of Andrew, Mick, Producer Rob

4-Panel 144 – Tango & Cash in SPAAAAACE!

Your weekly guide to all things comics and manga is back for another folly-filled episode, so join Andrew and Producer Rob as they investigate Batman: White Knight – which will apparently feature the first nude Joker and Harley Quinn sex scene (urk. Sorry, we kind

4-Panel 142 – Grimy Old Man Logan

We’ve got a shorter episode than normal of everyone’s friendly(ish), neighbourhood comics and manga podcast as Andrew and Producer Rob discuss The Pouch – Rob Liefeld’s newest character, the news that Todd Macfarlane will direct the new Spawn movie (which will star Jamie Foxx in

4-Panel 139 – Free Comic Book Day 2018

It’s a special day for comic-book fans. A time when rich and poor alike can enjoy the antics of superheroes and villains together … until the inevitable fight over the last free issue of whatever’s popular at the time. That’s right. It’s Free Comic-Book Day

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 102 – Smooth Willie Beats Out Crime

San Diego Comic-Con is over and there’s a whole bunch of news like Captain Marvel being set in the ‘90s, Justice League needing re-shoots because of a moustache, a new Spawn movie and more. Our featured comics are Wynonna Earp volume 1, The Sixth Gun

4-Panel 97 – This Statue Has Tassels

While the possibility of a Watchmen TV series is being thrown around, Sony want to make more random Spider-man related movies and a grade school in Japan is being turned into the world’s largest manga library. Our featured comics are Star Trek: The Next Generation