Issue #73 – Hold 322 – Mourning Damian?

| March 21, 2013

#73 Hold 322 Jeff is NOT The Pretty One <– Click To Listen This week on Hold 322! I never thought it would happen, but DC managed to make me care that Damian Wayne is dead. Batgirl sheds a few tears, but Batman hangs out in the second stage of grief and gives us two great […]

Issue #71 – Hold 322 – The BEST EVER, Bub

| March 9, 2013

This week on Hold 322… We examine all the rumors about our favorite films and film makers, including Abrams, Del Toro and, of course, Whedon. We play round 2 in our tournament of heroes (and even hear from a reader about it). In the stack we hang out with Patrick Troughton in Doctor Who: Prisoners […]

Issue #55 – Hold 322 – 3 Days Before Tomorrow

| November 9, 2012

This week on Hold 322! It’s the one respite you get from a constant inundation of election day coverage, so enjoy it true believer! The weird floaty twins in Angel and Faith finally get their origin story told, and Angel confronts Whistler and learns why that’s a bad idea. Ed Brubaker’s Fatale stops being a limited series […]

Issue #49 – Hold 322 – Go for the Gold

| September 20, 2012

This week on Hold 322! Marvel spoils the big surprise in Avengers Vs X-men, which should really come as no surprise, but it’s still irritating. Meanwhile, Marvel finally gets it right with an AvX crossover issue, warning us to read AvX #11 first. Deadpool shows up in Spider-Man‘s dreams. We learn the true secret origin […]

Issue #43 – Hold 322 – In Russia, Comics Hold You

| August 9, 2012

This Week on Hold 322! It’s the single greatest Hawkeye story ever written. It’s one of the single greatest comic book stories ever written. What is it? Hawkeye #1 by Matt Fraction and David Aja. Meanwhile, we learn about the new creative teams being assigned to Marvel Now’s renumbered titles, and try to guess what […]

Issue #28 – A Feast Worthy of VOLSTAGG!

| April 19, 2012

This week on Hold 322… Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons collaborate in a bloody and fun look at the British Secret Service. Poor Mark Hamill. Jason Aaron says goodbye to Wolverine with the help of Steve Dillon. Thor gets a dot-one issue featuring our favorite member of the Warriors Three: VOLSTAGG! and Jeff and I […]