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Pull List 26 | The Pull List Turns One Year Old


About This Episode

It’s been one whole year since Chris and Hector started The Pull List Podcast here on the Love Thy Nerd Podcast Network! Help us celebrate together by talking about the only thing we know how: Comics! The guys cover the latest industry news and what’s hot on the shelves in this reading catch-up episode.

News from Episode 26 |

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DC ‘Leaks’ Dan DiDio’s Official DC History Timeline, Newsarama
Valient Launches Doctor Tomorrow in 2020, BleedingCool News
Star Wars Reveals New Doctor Aphra and Darth Vader Series DetailsComicBook

The Pulls from Episode 26 |

Batman | Curse of the White Knight #4 DC Comics
Batman #81, DC Comics
Harleen #2, DC Comics
Black Adam | Year of the Villain #1, DC Comics
Marauders (2019) #1, Marvel Comics
Basketful of Heads #1, DC Comics
Immortal Hulk (2018) #25, Marvel Comics
Marvel Zombies | Resurrection (2019) #1, Marvel Comics
Joker | Killer Smile #1, DC Comics
Firefly #10, Boom! Studios
Spider-Man (2019) #2, Marvel Comics
X-Men (2019) #1, Marvel Comics
DCeased #6, DC Comics
Star Pig #4, IDW Comics



Episode Hosts

Chris Poirier
Chris is the co-host of The Pull List Podcast for Love Thy Nerd and a connoisseur of nearly all things considered even remotely nerdy. When not reading comics he and his wife Rebekah seek out all that can be found on the nerd scene hunting for vintage toys, finding the most epic comic shops, and getting their tabletop on. In the hours that remain, Chris serves as one of the South Regional Resource Nerds for Love Thy Nerd and as a Pastoral Resident with Calvary Baptist Church in Columbus, GA. Previously, Chris managed the largest comic retail shop in North Carolina, as well as, served as the North Carolina Comicon Media/Communications Director.
Hector Miray
Hector is the co-host of the Pull List Podcast for Love Thy Nerd. He is a semi overzealous geek about most things, but to the core is a big fan of a good story. He is the primary writer behind the book series "Faith & Fandom" and travels to dozens of comicons throughout the year with the books. He is married to a medical nerd named Danyelle and has helped co-create 3 small humans with her that resemble him in appearance and passions. Hector is also the location pastor for Vertical Church's Lumberton, NC Location.

Episode Producer

Jonathan Clauson
Chief Audio Nerd
Starting with Clear Channel Radio in the 90's, Jonathan has worked in audio and marketing for 20 years. Credits include stints at EA Tiburon, Christianity Today, Christ and Pop Culture, and freelancing as voice talent for audio books and podcast production services.

Episode Discussion

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