Invisible Jetcast – June 2012

We’re back!

Yes after a long hiatus we have returned. First we discuss where we have been, it’s been a while, so we own you an explanation.

We also discuss a change in show, don’t worry, we’ll still be Invisible Jet Cast. But we have a change, we will now be “Invisible Jet Cast: And other comics.”

We then jump into the books, discussing issues 4-9 of Wonder Woman, and then get into the first issue of Ame-Comi by Palmiotti and Gray, art by Amanda Conner.

Then we get into “other comics” including a long discussion on Peter David’s “Atlantis Chronicles” and some more of Peter David’s Aquaman run.

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Invisible Jetcast – December 2011

This month on Invisible Jet Cast. We go over Wonder Woman 2 and 3. We then get into a discussion about Wonder Woman’s new origin, how we feel and the response. Then we discuss Allan Heinberg’s Wonder Woman run with art by Terry Dodson. Then a letter.

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Invisible Jetcast September / October 2011

We’re back and so is Wonder Woman. We wrap up the JMS’ run of the books with Wonder Woman 614, then we jump into the new Wonder Woman #1 by Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang. Then do a wrap up of “Wonder Woman: Flash Point.” Before jumping into the homework which is Matt Wagner’s “Trinity.” Then questions. Be sure to follow the show on twitter at Invisiblejetpod at twitter.com and email the show at Contact@Invisiblejetcast or Invisiblejetcast@gmail.com. And stay tuned till the end to hear a special announcement from our friend Dave Accampo

Invisible Jetcast – Episode 11

On this months’ IJC, we are Jon-less (until the end). We go over the news of Wonder Woman not being picked up for TV. The rumor within the DC reboot of Wonder Woman and Superman possibly becoming an item. Brian Azzarello taking over Wonder Woman.

We then jump into our review of Wonder Woman #611.

We take some questions and then jump into our homework of “Wonder Woman: Hiketeia by Greg Rucka and J.G. Jones.”

Then Cameron and Jon discuss all the above stuff one on one to get Jon’s take on all of it.

Wonder Woman TV Show Costume

Well that happened sooner than I thought it would. Here’s a look at Adrienne Palicki’s costume for the Wonder Woman pilot from Entertainment Weekly.

My initial thoughts are that I like it. It’s clearly an effort to combine parts of the classic costume with the most recent costume in the comics. Mostly in the decision to have pants, which will appease many people I’m sure. The other reason I like the costume is they could have gone so many other routes and tried to do something more “realistic” but chose to go with a classic superhero costume. Not something you see every day on Television, especially since the 80s.

What do you think? Could they have done better?

-Jon