Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Welcome back! We’re on Episode #3 of the Weekly Comics News Show — a (very, very, obviously) weekly program that brings you the latest in comic book news, releases, and more. Host Patrick Aloia and his guest host (this week —Lilie Le Prevost) will scour through releases and news stories every week to get you exactly what you need to be up to date in the world of comics. Miss last week’s episode of the “Weekly Comic News Show?” Check it out here! This week we’re featuring stories on the LOVE IS LOVE comic release, THE UNQUOTABLE TRUMP, and the end of DC’s JUSTICE LEAGUE VS SUICIDE SQUAD. LOVE IS LOVE is a collection of stories relating to the Pulse nightclub shooting and LGBTQIA+ issues, THE UNQUOTABLE TRUMP is Artist Robert Sikoryak’s blog where he has turned President Trump and his controversial quotes into covers of iconic comic books, and DC’s JUSTICE LEAGUE VS SUICIDE SQUAD is going to go out with a bang. For DC, we’re also talking about WONDER WOMAN #15, whatever the KAMANDI CHALLENGE is, and a bizarre law suit the company has gotten embroiled in. For Marvel, we have BLACK PANTHER #10, SPIDER-MAN/DEADPOOL: MU #1 , and INHUMANS VS X-MEN #3. For Image, CURSE WORDS, SAGA, LOOSE ENDS, BASTARDS, and more. We’ll also be talking about the DC/IDW crossover, BATMAN/TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLE ADVENTURES. Want more of Lilie? Of course, you do! Check out her interview with Tim Jones at the Rhode Island Comic Con! We seem to have had an issue with the video, which has lead to flickering at the bottom of the screen and instead of a picture of CURSE WORDS’ artist Ryan Browne, we have one of Brian K. Vaughan. All joking aside, we apologize for the mistakes, and to Mr. Browne as well. Stay tuned for new episodes of the Weekly Comics News Show, and on all of ComicsVerse’s video content. Check out our Facebook Live and Instagram Live videos while we produce the show to meet the hosts, the crew, and get a peek at what it takes to get a weekly show running.