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Halo 4 comes out November 6th.
On this very special Outhouse Pirate Podcast we get a review of Green Lantern #0 from Outhouse Correspondent Dragavon. He’s a Muslim. A fact that doesn’t come up to often since he is our friend and colleague that we mainly talk comics with. Plus since there are hardly any super heroes that are Muslim, that aspect of his life is rarely a factor in the show’s reviews and commentary. DC Comics made a Muslim a Green Lantern in Green Lantern #0. After reading it, Dragavon wants to let us know if DC is really making a Muslim a hero or are they making a Muslim-spoliation book. Find out by listening to the show!
Also on the show we give commentary and speculation on all of the Marvel Now previews that ironically aren’t coming out till next month. We reviews of AVX #11, Uncanny X-Men, and more. Then we review the new TV series Revolution and talk about the leaked images from the Robocop remake. Then we get back into comic book reviews and the aforementioned Green Lantern #0 commentary.
"Charmed life, ain’t it?"
It seems, more often than not, that Sons of Anarchy is a bit better at the quieter, more character-based episodes than they are at the over the top violent/action packed ones. This week, we weren’t treated to any gruesome, fiery murders this time around, but we still get a lot of forward momentum. Sometimes, less is more…
'Sinister' Red-band Trailer
"I say thee Nay! The Son of Odin doth love the ladies!” claimed Thor when we reached out to him for comment on the new look. “‘Tis surely a misprint, or mayhap photoshop trickery most foul that doth depict the Mighty Thor with nary a hair beneath his muscled arm! Thor swears ‘pon Asgard’s fabled Rainbow Bridge… no wait, ‘pon the stiff, hard wood of the World Tree… wait a minute… ‘pon Mjornir itself, mine trusty hammer which I doth use to pound away at my… Away with thee, human! This interview ‘tis over!”
News trickling out for the Justice League movie might make fans wonder how, after Marvel provided a foolproof example of how to create a superhero team movie, someone could manage to screw that up. Early reports said DC planned to make a Justice League movie first and then branch the movies for each individual hero out of that.
Congrats to Outhouser Niam “Punchy” Suggitt for having a pull-quote featured in Marvel’s: The Stand.