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July 25, 2017
Mac), April 2, 2018
(iOS), June 12, 2018
(Switch), August 9, 2018
(Android), November 10, 2020
(Xbox Series X/S), November 12, 2020
It was a HUGE week for comic books! We highlight the standout titles that you should be reading each month, and argue about a few things – one of which is Fortnite.
In June, Epic Games is teaming up with Marvel to release a new comic book series called Fortnite x Marvel: Zero War. In each issue of this limited series, readers receive a Fortnite code for an unlockable in-game item. We think these codes may generate skins for a few beloved characters like Wolverine, Spider-Man, and Iron Man. I think this is an amazing thing, but my co-host, Phil, has mixed feelings on Fortnite in general.
We also offer up advice as to how to keep track of the comics in your collection, as well as how to protect them. As always, the show concludes with a look ahead to the books that release next week.
From Panel to Podcast is a weekly show created by two lifelong comic book readers who offer suggestions on which comic books you should be reading each week. Each episode also dives into the latest developments for comics in video games, movies, and television shows. We’ll even discuss comic book collectibles and anything we think you should know about that pertains to this entertainment medium.
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