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Apr 29 2012

Behind The Panels Issue 26 – The Avengers Prelude: Fury’s Big Week

Hosted By: Richard Gray & David McVay

In this issue we continue our season of holiday specials. Richard has gone to Europe for the next few weeks but we wanted to make sure you still get your Panels goodness. So we pre-recorded our kick ass Pick of the Week sections for the next few weeks and skipped all the other stuff. This is The Avengers week here at Geek Actually so, as a compliment to our feature film review of The Avengers on this week’s Film Actually show, we bring you our take on the new Marvel tie-in The Avengers Prelude: Fury’s Big Week by Eric Pearson & Christopher Yost, art by Luke Ross.

The Show

Our next reading assignment: Green Arrow: Year One by Andy Diggle and Jock.

The Vintage Clip of the Week this week is:
The Mighty Thor (1965) – “Molto, The Lava Man”

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The music used for this episode is the track ‘The Avengers’ from the new Marvel Studios film “The Avengers” by Alan Silvestri.

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