Funnybook Babylon

April 29, 2007

FBBP #9 – The Boy from Gumbasia

Filed under: Podcasts — Tags: , , , — Funnybook Babylon @ 12:37 pm

This week we talk the $500 million movie and review Bob Burden and Rick Geary’s Eisner-Nominated <a href=””Gumby.

This week’s interlude is a song called “Throw Your Heart Away” by Huggabroomstik. Check ’em out if you’re in Berlin. We’re trying to get some new posts up in between our podcasts so stay tuned!

April 22, 2007

FBBP #8 – And the Nominees are…

Filed under: Podcasts — Tags: , , , , — Funnybook Babylon @ 4:41 pm

The FBB Crew discusses the upcoming Spider-Man Musical, the 2007 Eisner Nominations, and review All-Star Superman #7. We hope you enjoy, and feel free to throw us questions and comments at funnybook babylon at gmail dot com.


April 17, 2007

Pull List Analysis for the week of April 18, 2007

Filed under: Pull List Analysis — David Uzumeri @ 7:22 am

With no further ado…

April 15, 2007

FBBP #7 – “Mommy, Daddy, why are you fighting?”

Filed under: Podcasts — Tags: , , , , , — Jamaal Thomas @ 10:00 am

“Transmetropolitan is why mommy hits daddy, sweetie”…

Find out why the three of us probably can’t discuss Warren Ellis or Transmetropolitan EVER AGAIN. Joe tries to review Desolation Jones (the first trade) and the discussion explodes. At the end of the show, we have our first Podcast Rule: No talking about Transmetropolitan, even mentioning The Smiler will likely provoke violence in the future.

Before the brouhaha, there’s a nice conversation about sales numbers and Gail Simone taking over Wonder Woman before Desolation Jones sets everyone frothing at the mouth, which is strange because we all love the book.

April 13, 2007

Funnybooks lovers of teenage drama and angst would love! Part One: Teen Drama. Neat.

Filed under: Articles — Gabe Mariani @ 7:01 pm

No TV show or book or genre adequately conveys the kind of thing I am going for this week, so you get an extra long (but appropriately descriptive) title. Teen drama is often done in an extremely annoying or clunky manner, so it’s not one of my favorite things to read about. These books get it right – it’s not just entertaining, but it feels real. Part two of this column (Teen Drama: With a Twist) will be along in about a month or so in the interest of variety.

April 9, 2007

Pull List Analysis for the week of April 11, 2007

Filed under: Pull List Analysis — David Uzumeri @ 11:55 pm

Sorry I’m late this week, I’ve been busy with work engagements, but here’s the shipping list analysis for April 11, 2007:

Nova #1 (Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning & Sean Chen) (Cover by Adi Granov)New X-Men #37 (Chris Yost & Skottie Young w/Niko Henrichon)New Avengers #29 (Brian Michael Bendis & Leinil Yu)Teen Titans #45 (Geoff Johns, Adam Beechen & Al Barrionuevo) (Cover by Tony S. Daniel)All Star Superman #7 (Grant Morrison & Frank Quitely)

April 8, 2007

FBBP #6 – With a Vengeance

Hey folks! Episode five got mangled in the recording so we’re back with a longer episode to make it up to you. We talk news as usual, Joe deconstructs The Immortal Iron Fist, Jamaal laments the planet of Planet Hulk, and Pedro “generously” reviews Justice League of America #7…

April 6, 2007

Funnybooks fans of Lost would love!

Filed under: Articles — Gabe Mariani @ 2:00 pm

Well, here’s another experiment with this format. I was a big fan of Lost when it first premiered, and even though I think it’s fallen off lately, I still enjoy a lot of the plot devices and storytelling techniques they used. Here’s a couple series I think have that same “Lost formula” – intertwining character and plot threads with some science fiction thrown in here or there to keep things interesting. So this week’s column is a list of Funnybooks fans of Lost would love!

April 2, 2007

Pull List Analysis for the week of April 4, 2007

Filed under: Pull List Analysis — David Uzumeri @ 5:50 pm

The launch of the next wave of Marvel’s post-Civil War books, more Iron Fist, and the start of Fallen Son this week in the pull list analysis.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Eight #2 (Joss Whedon & Georges Jeanty) (Cover by Jo Chen)Ultimate Spider-Man: Clone Saga (Brian Michael Bendis & Mark Bagley)The Death of Captain America #1 (Jeph Loeb & Leinil Yu)Detective Comics #831 (Paul Dini & Don Kramer) (Cover by Simone Bianchi)52 #48 (Geoff Johns, Grant Morrison, Greg Rucka, Mark Waid & Darick Robertson) (Cover by J.G. Jones)

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