Cape Crisis #144 – All-New, All-Different


Henry and Dave are joined by two fans who have given to the Laser Time Patreon, and one of them works for DC, so we have some unique insights into the world of comics, games, and more…


In case you missed it, there’s a new Laser Time Patreon going, with some really cool rewards and milestone we’d love to reach with your help! Lots of new comic book content on Laser Time too. You should definitely check out our YouTube channel. It includes us watching over 8 hours of E3 press conferences and discussing some big ass trailers and reveals. Here’s a preview of the best “Oh Shit” moments…

Additionally, if you’ve yet to check them out, Laser Time has new-ish commentaries for The Avengers and Iron Man 3 available on the Laser Time Bandcamp page, along with many others. Pick ’em up for $1.99 – or more 😉 – if you want to help out while Henry is in-between jobs. All the purchases the last two months have been great, but if you’ve been delaying, now is the time to get them.











Cape Crisis #144 Question: What new Marvel or DC book are you looking to try for the first time?

8 thoughts on “Cape Crisis #144 – All-New, All-Different

  1. My boy Wesley putting it down with his sultry voice and legit insight comparing Superman to Big! Great episode and special thank you to Dave; made me blush yo!

  2. LOVED the music from Goonies 2 in this episode… Henry’s choice of music always astounds me. Keep it up

  3. So I still consider myself as someone on the outside looking in when it comes to comics. I’ve avoided monthly comics most of my life and have stuck to things like Dark Horse mini-series, or picking up collections in trade paperbacks.

    Hearing that Howard the Duck is getting a new #1 after only FOUR issues reinforces what has always frustrated me about comics in general. As a casual observer that is more informed than the average non-reader (thanks largely to this show), I still feel like an outsider, and the constant ret-cons, reboots, relaunches, non-cannon multiverse crossovers, complete Universe resets, etc., feel more alienating and confusing than welcoming.

    I don’t see how any of this helps Marvel or DC reach any new fans.

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