WCPEver Episode 386 – Catching Up on the Marvel Movies

On this week’s episode of the Worst. Comic. Podcast. EVER!:

  • Everyone has now seen Shang-Chi with it’s release last Friday on Disney+. We have a roundtable discussion on the film, plus Cullen offers his thoughts after seeing The Eternals over the weekend.
  • Speaking of Disney+, they announced a lot of new Marvel programming for the next two years, starting with the release of Hawkeye beginning next week.
  • There are two new comic book offerings from Humble Bundle, both of which can benefit the Hero Initiative.
  • We look at 52 #11, where Ralph decides to beat up some kids, and the all-new Batwoman makes her debut in Gotham City.
  • We have our Pick 3 selections, sponsored by our friends at Clint’s Comics in Kansas City. 

We would love to hear your comments on the show. Let us know what you’ve been reading or watching this week. Contact us on our website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or email. We want to hear from you! As always, we are the Worst. Comic. Podcast. EVER! and we hope you enjoy the show.


The Worst. Comic. Podcast. EVER! is proudly sponsored by Clint’s Comics. Clint’s is located at 3941 Main in Kansas City, Missouri, and is open Monday through Saturday. Whether it is new comics, trade paperbacks, action figures, statues, posters, or T-shirts, the friendly and knowledgeable staff can help you find whatever it is that you need. You should also know that Clint’s Comics has the most extensive collection of back issues in the metro area. If you need to find a particular book to finish the run of a title, head on down to Clint’s or check out their website at clintscomics.com. Tell them that the Worst. Comic. Podcast. EVER! sent you.

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3 replies

  1. Enjoyed the podcast as always. Greetings from Tampa, Florida! I don’t necessarily want to make negative comments about 52, but is it worth pointing out that the artwork for the series has been serviceable, at best, up until this point? I realize it’s a weekly book and that timetable would have given the team(s) tight deadlines to work with, but even so, I keep thinking that this would have been pushed as a ‘premium’ DC title of that time, but the artwork doesn’t reflect that status. Even the covers are mostly just ‘OK’. Am I nuts with this take? Am I just spoiled? Does it get better later in the series? Thanks guys!


    • First, thank you for the feedback! Love getting messages like this. And thank you for listening. I don’t know how long you have been a listener, but we thank you for making time in your week for our ramblings.

      We do answer your question on the show, but a quick answer here. If that’s what you feel regarding the art, then you are correct. everyone views the books by different criteria. I think the art has been mostly consistent, and we have pointed out a few times when the art has been poorly done. You’re not wrong for wanting something more from the art, but for now, it is helping to deliver the story.

      Please keep listening and send in some more feedback. – Jerry


      • Thanks Jerry! And to be completely fair, I feel like I spoke too soon as I just read through the next issue and thought the art was MUCH improved (really enjoyed the scene with Captain Marvel/Shazam, Black Adam, and introducing Isis). I realize this is entirely subjective and I don’t like to dump on creators and their hard work. There were just some pages in the last handful of issues where I was actually distracted by the artwork (in a bad way). Anyway, forging ahead and will try to focus on positives!


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