Oct 17, 2018
Rocketing from a dying planet and sent hurtling to Earth, PREVIEWSworld Weekly is on every Wednesday at 4pm EST on Facebook and YouTube, and serves as a friendly weekly reminder of exactly what's new in the world of comics, toys, and more!
Hosted by mild-mannered reporters Troy-Jeffrey Allen and Thea Curley, tune in each week and make PREVIEWSworld Weekly your first destination on the way to your local comic shop.
On the show this week:
What's @ Comic Shops
We'll take a look inside Shuri #1 from Marvel and Exorsisters from Image Comics. Also, find out about the latest from IDW, BOOM! Studios, Dynamite Comics, Dark Horse Comics, and more of your favorite publishers.
What's In The News
Guardians of the Galaxy shake-ups and other industry announcements from the past week!
We'll be giving away the DC Collectible's Doomsday Clock action figure 2-pack! Plus: Get a rundown of everything available this week!
You sound off with your reactions to the cancellation of Iron Fist on Netflix!
What else can you expect?
The Death of Daredevil, your reaction to Ruby Rose as Batwoman, creator interviews from BOOM! Studios, AfterShock Comics, and more!
Troy-Jeffrey Allen is the consumer marketing editor for PREVIEWSworld.com and the DCD family of sites. His comics work includes BAMN, Fight of the Century, the Ringo Awards-nominated Magic Bullet, and the Harvey Award-nominated District Comics. In addition, Allen's work has been featured in the City Paper, The Baltimore Sun, Bethesda Magazine, The Examiner, and The Washington Post.
Thea is a Baltimore-based cosplayer, seamstress, and generally crafty human. She appears in a multitude of PREVIEWSWorld and Game Trade Media videos, primarily as co-host for Previews World Weekly, and as the main face of the video game-based segment, Press Start. In her spare time she can be found in costume at varying conventions and nerd events, or out at a local kung fu studio where she’s learning tai chi and Chinese lion dance. She’s a big fan of video games (the Legend of Zelda is her favorite), and loves sci-fi and fantasy-based comics as well as books.