A podcast featuring 2 (occasionally 3)hosts talking about comics and the nerd lifestyle. Join us as we talk comic storylines, indie comics, and everything else. Recorded live from Coy's Comics in Saginaw, MI on Wednesdays at 5 pm eastern. Latest episode upload on Fridays.
Mike Zapcic, 2nd in command of the World's Greatest Comic Book Store and Ming Chen (hired to fulfill the Asian Quota) take you through best in comics, pop culture, and movies live every Thursday from Jay and Silent Bob's Secret Stash. Join these two Comic Book Men as They Sell Comics!
"Tim is probably the hardest working podcaster in the community. He's an insightful and articulate comic reviewer and somebody I always enjoy talking to." -- Jason McNamara, writer, "The Rattler" “Some of the best interviews I’ve ever heard! You guys review the type of comics I love and that’s really hard to find. So thanks for unique and knowledgeable.” -- Jack Wallace, Disposable Fiction Comics Deconstructing Comics is a podcast about the craft of comics. Tim, Brandon, Kumar, and guest reviewers discuss a variety of comics (both recent work and classics) and present interviews with a variety of comics creators -- mainstream, indy, and even international! And in our occasional "Critiquing Comics" episodes, Tim and Mulele will even critique YOUR comic! Whether you’ve got a comic going and you’re trying to promote it, or you haven’t even started yet and need some help getting rolling, we hope you’ll come here for inspiration and tips. And there’s plenty of interest for the casual co ...
The podcast for everything comic book, animation, sci-fi and pop culture. Hosted by Jimmy Aquino & a rotating panel of co-hosts, CNI is your weekly dose of industry news, reviews and interviews. Past guests include: Stan Lee, John Romita, Sr., Jerry Robinson, Brian K. Vaughan, Ed Brubaker, Matt Fraction, John Cassaday, Paul Pope, Darwyne Cooke, JM Dematteis, Steve Niles, Garth Ennis, Steve Rude, Kyle Baker, Jim Lee, James Jean, Alison Bechdel, Arthur Suydam, Jonathan Hickman, Greg Pak, John McCrea, Zoe Bell, Ted Raimi, David Tennant, Russel T. Davies, Felicia Day, Seth Green, Rob Zombie, Brian Pulido, Olivia Munn, Michael Rooker, Ben Templesmith, Kate Beaton, Faith Erin Hicks, Amber MacArthur, Seth Meyers, Joss Whedon, Nathan Fillion, Bryan Fuller, Kristin Chenoweth, Rosario Dawson, Olivia D'Abo, Patton Oswalt, Tom Kenny, Michael Emerson, Kevin Pereira, Paul Cornell, Jackson Publick, Doc Hammer, Molly Crabapple, and Blair Butler (G4TV). CNI, the "Entertainment Weekly" of comic podc ...
Comic Book Club is a LIVE weekly talk show about comic books in New York City, every Tuesday night at 8pm! Hosted by Justin Tyler, Pete LePage, and Alex Zalben, we welcome the best guests from the world of comics and comedy every week!
Marvel rules! DC rules! Or maybe they don't, depending on the week! From the producers of The Geekbox comes The Comic Conspiracy, a weekly podcast about all things good (and bad) in the four-color world of comics, hosted by Ryan Higgins, Brock Sager, and Toby Sidler. New episode every Monday night!
Super Hero Speak is a weekly audio podcast that feels like the conversations you have at your local comic book store. A passionate conversation about comic books and comic book related tv, movies, cartoons and video games. And featuring guest appearances from some of the best talents working in comic books today. The podcast by comic book nerds for comic book nerds.
Rachelle, creator of the comic book blog Living Between Wednesdays, and Dave, manager of the Strange Adventures comic book store in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, discuss all things comic book and super hero related. Recorded weekly in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.
Comical Podcast - A Comedy Show all about Comic Books!
Comical Podcast is a comedy show about comic books, hosted by two funny guys from Houston, Texas. Each week, the guys suggest their top two new books, and then select a lesser known title to highlight. They tell funny stories, have awesome giveaways, and create lots of entertaining segments that seek to include their audience. They also frequently have industry guests on the show, ranging from writers, to artists, to publishers, and occasionally even celebrities! Each episode is jam-packed with relevant and interesting information and is delivered in a way that's guaranteed to make you smile! Check them out!
Comic Geek Speak is the best podcast about comic books for fans and new readers alike. Put together by a group of life-long comic geeks, it's 4-5 hours a week of comic book history, current comic news, and a general look at the industry. In addition to all the latest in comics talk, the show also features creator interviews, listener responses, contests, and trivia, lots of trivia. So listen in and experience all the joys of a Wednesday afternoon at the comic shop, from the comfort of your own headphones.
The largest events in comic history hosted by Alex and Ryan. Alex bring his extensive knowledge of comics and Ryan brings an outside perspective. Join our hosts for comic recaps, reenactments, and more
Welcome to Danger Room: The X-men Comics Commentary Podcast! Each week Adam and Jeremy, both X-Men and comic book fans alike, will provide a running commentary of an issue of the X-Men comic book. Starting with the legendary September 1963 X-Men #1, every issuesode will be chock full of humor, nit-picky goodness, and nerdy love and adoration for the long-running comic book series. Everyone is welcome to listen and comment! Listeners do not need a copy of the issue, or even a passing knowledge of the X-Men to enjoy, as the Danger Room duo tell each story so that anyone can follow along! It's like those record storybooks from your youth without the beep!
This is The i Word, the official Image Comics podcast. Hosted by David Brothers, this podcast combines discussion of a creator’s work with something they’re personally passionate about, from sports to movies and beyond.
Every Monday, Scott, Chris, and Bryce like to review the latest comic book movies and tv shows, discuss and debate interesting topics regarding comics, interview other nerdy YouTubers, and even quiz each other on comic book trivia! SUBSCRIBE so you never miss an episode!
We are the Panel Culture Podcast, Canada's best comics and pop culture podcast (that we know of). Brought to you by Charles, Owen, and George, Panel Culture is a comics podcast for and by comics lovers. Each week we bring you an episode packed with reviews that highlight the best and brightest new comics and graphic novels, the latest news and buzz from the industry, and light hearted yet passionate discussion about anything and everything pertaining to this wonderful medium. Listen regularly and you’ll catch our special episodes featuring top comics creators who just happened to call in wanting to chat. All out podcasts can also be found online at both http://panelculture.podbean.com. Panel Culture welcomes listener's questions and comments - so check us out on Facebook, Twitter, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Fanboy Radio (FbR) is a radio talk show about the comic book industry, its art, creators, and fans. Each week, two hours of comics commentary are highlighted by insider interviews with top creators, news, and live calls from listeners like you. Some of the top names in comics have stopped by the show to talk about their crafts, give their opinions, and offer exclusive news items to FbR listeners. Artists, writers, colorists, letterers, Company Execs, etc, have all found their way onto FbR and it's friendly environment. The world of Indie comics and creators, as well as animation, TV, and film, are also well represented in the FbR show archives. Consistently breaking, celebrating, and poking fun at the geeky FANBOY stereotype is a staple of the show. From the most die hard fan to the newest of the new...all are welcome. Casual... loose... smart... fun... this is not your father's comic talk show! Guests have included Joe Quesada, Brian Bendis, Craig Thompson, Stan Lee, John Romita, ...
Paperkeg is the way comics were meant to be read – by hearing about them. It features chatter about the books we're reading, a special book club, and your letters to end the show. Four dudes & comic books. Your move, ladies.
The iFanboy.com Comic Books Podcast is a weekly talk show discussing the best in current comic book releases. Ron, Conor and Josh will share what they loved and hated about the week's comics. With a deep, sometimes scary knowledge of the depths and intricacies of pop culture and the geek lifestyle, the conversations can spin off in many directions. While comics, graphic novels and trade paperbacks are the center of the iFanboy universe, the discussion often covers the video games, movies and TV shows which will capture the fancy of your regular comic book reader. Fun, intelligent, witty and entertaining, the iFanboy crew are just as likely to agree as argue about what's good and what's bad in superhero comics, indie comics, humorous comics, and important graphic novels as well as the creators, writers and artists behind them. We've even occasionally been in the same room as guys like Brian Michael Bendis, Kurt Busiek, Warren Ellis, Jim Lee, Joe Quesada, Steve Dillon, Kevin Smith, S ...
Join hosts David and Nick as they talk about comics! With discussions ranging from the newest weekly books and classic trades to the latest in comic book movies and TV shows, there is something for everyone.
Have you ever wanted to learn how to make comics like the pros do? Comics Experience's Andy Schmidt gives you the inside information and tips that can help to make you a better comics creator. Andy, the founder of the online comic book school Comics Experience, is a former editor at Marvel Comics and IDW Publishing, as well as a comic book writer and the author of the Eagle Award-winning book, The Insider's Guide to Creating Comics and Graphic Novels, published by Impact Books.
Discussions about webcomics, animation, illustration and syndicated comics. Interviews with innovators from past and present. Round table discussions are the norm. Clever conversation is never expected but always appears.
Over 100 comic books are released every wednesday. It can be hard for New Readers and old fans alike to tell what good and what isn't. Comics Radar gives you news, reviews, and interviews to arm yourself with information to find the best new comics out there.
Fight for Comics is a world-renowned comic book podcast where each week these four totally awesome Wednesday Warriors review comic books, trade paperbacks, or graphic novels from Marvel, DC, Image, Oni, Dark Horse, and any other company that dares to print pictures and words onto paper. The free-flowing discussion can take some unexpected turns as we also talk about all things comics. Now, we're not going to come out and say that we are the most beloved comic book podcast of all time, but check our reviews, they speak for themselves.
Fresh, funny, bourbon-infused comic reviews imported from Detroit! The Pencil and Ink Review crew brings you the best and most entertaining comic reviews and news each week! Join Tom, Joe, and Bruske as they discuss the latest and greatest comic releases from Marvel, DC, Image, Valiant and many more! Brush up on your vintage nerd wisdom and go back in time during our monthly Retro Reviews show, where the guys discuss their favorite old school comic classics. Finally, we infused a bit of estrogen into our Indy Review crew, where Ashley joins the guys in discussing all of the current must-read independent comic titles you can’t stop talking about. You can find us at http://www.pencilandinkreviews.com or shoot us an email at email@example.com . Cheers!
LESS THAN LIVE is a bi-weekly podcast about comics from all angles. Join New York Times best-selling comic creator Kate Leth as she discusses the world of comics and what she's been up to lately. Kate answers questions from listeners and she interviews her friends and favourite creators in the comic industry. So join her on this journey into geek culture!
With Tony in New York for Toy Fair, Corey and Mat let madness reign supreme as they discuss this week's news, including the new Batman v Superman trailer. They talk about the craziness in the past week's Flash and other television as well. Of course, they
Issue #82 of the greatest comic related show on the Internet, the Geek Legacy Comic Corner Podcast, is here! We talk about the new Batman v Superman trailer and Rebirth, the impending DC Comics reboot. Then we review Faith #1, Old Man Logan #2, Batman/Superman #29, Green Lantern Corps: Edge of Oblivion #2, Jacked #3, and Spider-Man #1. Tyler wraps it up with his contested rave about Batman #49. Remember to follow us on Twitter @TheComicCorner as well as individually at@BatWithoutFear and @TheMightyJerd. Like us on Facebook to get in on all the comic book discussions and send us an email with your questions or comments to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will answer them on the podcast.
Hear how Jim Zub got this picture with the legendary Neil Gaiman. Wayward #14 from Image by Jim Zub, Steven Cummings & Tamra Bonvillain When Jim Zub came on the show all he said was “Nothing’s off the table guys, except talking bad about people” and honestly, we love that. A pure class act, Jim Zub entertains Brett, Chris, Keith and Mo with great stories of his time in the business. He has some incredible Comic Convention stories, a hilarious first meeting with a personal hero of his in Neil Gaiman, and relates tales of his mom and dad trying their best to understand exactly what he does for a living. Of course we also talk his great work on his books Wayward, his preparation for the upcoming relaunch of the Winter Soldier Thunderbolts and he tells us why Samurai Jack, whose comic he worked on, is such a great animated series. So sit back, pour yourself a beverage and have a laugh along with Jim Zub and the boys. Warning - Some Strong Language Three great ways to subscribe to We Ta ...
So, dearly beloved listeners, we are just two days away from Valentine’s Day. You got some flowers ordered for that special person in your life, right? No? Well, no worries, we know you have made dinner reservations, correct? WHAT?!?! At least tell us that you’ve already got your tickets to see Deadpool this weekend? You have? EXCELLENT! Then this podcast arrives at the most appropriate time, as the Worst. Comic. Podcast. EVER! sits down to chat with Cullen Bunn, writer of a lot of Deadpool comics. We’d tried to count them up, but we only have 10 fingers, and the guys have proven time and time again that math is hard. Now long-time followers of the show have probably heard us mention Cullen Bunn’s name once or twice or maybe 27 times. Again, math is not our friend. Anyway, John interviewed CB* and Brian Hurtt at Planet Comicon last March, and Jerry and John spoke to CB at O Comic Con last May. Since that last interview, CB has written like 50,000 comics for all of the publishers, i ...
The guys are back in the colon of comics this week to record episode 92. They give an FFO update, talk about the trades Devin has read since the last episode, Travis talks about reading a trade that was suggested to him, and Andy "The GREEK" talks about his man troubles. Promos this week come from Wicked Radio Network, The Tangent-Bound Network, and Danger Entertainment.
Mike and Ming celebrate the release of Deadpool and warn people not to take their kids. Also: Big love for Olivia Munn's Psylocke and big love for Snyder and Capullo as they near the end of their run on Batman.
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Two years after critiquing volume one of writer Neil Gibson’s Twisted Dark anthology series, Tim and Mulele take a look at volume 5. The takeaway? An improvement… but a piece of advice: be aware of the difference between “End” and “To Be Continued”. Also, we discuss Mulele’s Kickstarter project!
Vertigo, B. Clay Moore and Bad Karma, Deadpool, Spider-Man #1 by Brian Michael Bendis and Sara Pichelli, Sam Wilson, Captain America #6 by Nick Spencer, Joe Bennett, and Belardino Brabo, Spider-Woman by Dennis Hopeless and Javier Rodriguez, Alex Nino, Legion of Superheroes V2 Annual #1 by Paul Levitz, Keith Giffen, and Bruce D. Patterson, Justice League, Barry Kitson, X-Files, Flash and Supergirl, Walking Dead, Contest of Champions, Battleworld, Squadron Supreme #3 by James Robinson, Leonard Kirk, and Paul Neary, Crisis on Infinite Earths, 52, Kamandi #50 by Denny O'Neil, Dick Ayers, and Alfredo Alcala, Pencil Head #1 by Ted McKeever from Image, and a whole mess more!
word balloon the comic book creators interview show
Tom King talks about his books, but also wanted a loose talk about comics, movies and everything. We obliged. WORDBALLOON features one on one interviews with the writers and artists behind today's pop culture favorites. The creative minds behind today's hottest comics, films, and Television , tell behind the scene stories providing a DVD like commentary on their works, without spoiling the stories. Hosted by Chicago Radio Host John Siuntres, Wordballoon covers the pop culture entertainment scene , like no other podcast.
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Reviews: I, Mage #1, Kennel Block Blues #1, Mirror #1, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies Jimmy is joined in studio by Dana Aber! Loyal listeners will remember Dana co-hosting last year and we can only apologize for taking so long to have her back on. They chat about the nerdy Super Bowl ads and trailers and if they've picked a side in Captain America: Civil War yet. News includes: Supergirl and The Flash will crossover on CBS, Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner set a new signing policy for conventions that everyone should adapt, Bryan Fuller will be the showrunner on the new Star Trek series at CBS, the new Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens video game will reveal more info, Jackie Earle Haley joins Preacher, Alicia Witt will be in season 7 of The Walking Dead, Legion adds Dan Steven/Aubrey Plaza/Jean Smart, and Riverdale gets its Betty (Lili Reinhart) and Jughead (Cole Sprouse). Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us! Thanks for listening!
Comic Book Club celebrates the past, present and future of Deadpool with Fabian Nicieza, Reilly Brown and Jordan D. White! What really went down around that NY Times interview? Who should play Cable in “Deadpool 2”? And what’s coming up next in the comics? All that, and way more! Check out the website at comicbookclublive.com to find out how to watch the show live! And follow the show on Twitter: @comicbooklive, @azalben, @jtsizzle, and @realpetelepage.
Host Derek Coward gives a personal update, talks very briefly about The Flash, and mentions his policy on interview requests. This episode maybe should have been a Not Comic Book Noise episode, but fewer people actually listen to those.
Host Rob Kelly welcomes film critic Zaki Hasan (MOVIEFILM PODCAST) to discuss this year's Oscar race! Have a question or comment? Looking for more great content? Leave comments on our FILM & WATER PODCAST website - http://fireandwaterpodcast.com/film THE AQUAMAN SHRINE - http://www.aquamanshrine.net ZAKI HASAN - http://www.zakiscorner.com E-MAIL: email@example.com Follow FILM & WATER PODCAST on Twitter - https://twitter.com/FilmAndWaterPod Subscribe via iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-film-and-water-podcast/id1077572484 This podcast is a proud member of the FIRE AND WATER PODCAST NETWORK: Visit the Fire & Water WEBSITE - http://fireandwaterpodcast.com Follow Fire & Water on TWITTER - https://twitter.com/FWPodcasts Like our Fire & Water FACEBOOK page - https://www.facebook.com/FWPodcastNetwork Use our HASHTAG online: #FWPodcasts Thanks for listening! That's a Wrap!
Kelly Sue DeConnick and Matt Fraction join us on the show to discuss everything from Pretty Deadly, Milk Fed, social media Chip Zdarsky. We also deep dive on Brian Michael Bendis and Sara Pichelli's Spider-Man #1. Lightning Round We Can Never Go Home, Baltimore Vol. 6: The Cult of the Red King, BPRD Hell on Earth Vol. 7: A Cold Day in Hell, Harrow County Vol. 1: Countless Haints, Giant Days Vol. 1, Golem, Love The Tiger, Love The Fox, Captain Marvel #2, Howard the Duck #4, Doctor Strange #5, Scarlet Witch #3, Kennel Block Blues #1, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. Books of the Week A-Force #2, The Private Eye, Spider-Man #1 FYI: the crew have gone all superhero on the world, thanks to the wonderful Hanie Mohd. Like them? Make sure to follow her and let us know what you think of our superhero pictures.
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This week, we discuss major Easter eggs in Flash, comic book and graphic novel sales for January 2016, our favorite Deadpool stories, looking forward to the Deadpool movie, best DC Silver Age comics, Legends of Tomorrow, Agent Carter, and some listener questions. Starring Ryan Higgins, Bryce Larsen, Brock Sager, and Charlie West.
Rachelle, creator of the comic book blog Living Between Wednesdays, and Dave, manager of the Strange Adventures comic shop in Halifax, Nova Scotia, share their love of all things comic book and super hero related. This week Dave the birthday boy and Rachelle list their ten favourite (and five least favourite) Marvel characters. Also discussed in this episode: the Hana-Barbara comic series announcement at DC, who might be 'Dead No More' at Marvel, and Rachelle is horrified by the Lego: Marvel's Avengers video game. Also: Mitchell returns to give his two cents on Marvel characters, and Rachelle laments being home after a lovely time in Toronto.
Comical Podcast - A Comedy Show all about Comic Books!
Today we are joined by Seale Adams, one of the cohosts of the Bearded Beacon podcast, and Horse-Minion number 9! We talk comics, tell some funny stories, and play a new version of Minute to Win It! Of course we also discuss the week’s comics, movie and TV news. This is a fun one! Support us by pledging to our Patreon site: here! You can find Comical Podcast on Nerdbong.com, Wicked Radio Network, and you can hear us every night at 7EST on BeyondTheDawnStudios.com! Please leave us a 5-star review on iTunes or Stitcher if you enjoy the show. Thanks guys! You can follow us on twitter at @comicalpodcast , @comicalpodcast2, and @comicalpodcast3 We’re also on Facebook at www.facebook.com/comicalpodcast Please subscribe to us on iTunes and Stitcher and leave a review if you enjoy the show. Thanks! Find us on Instagram as @comicalpodcast! You can also now purchase Comical Podcast merchandise at our Cafepress site: http://www.cafepress.com/comicalpodcast! Thanks for listening! Below is the l ...
Get your daddy issues, voice modulators, and evil droids ready, our hosts are back with Vader! We Force our way through the first six issues of the series. Even though Alex had his own injury on Mustafar, Ryan tries to keep him on track and they make it through all six issues. And the best duo on the episode are not even the hosts; they are the new droids everyone will be looking for. Pleasure your earholes with our 98th episode. Outro music is Chris Brown "Zero"
Adam and Jeremy read and comment on The Uncanny X-Men #180 from April 1984 titled “Whose Life is it, Anyway?” This issue features Wolverine, Storm, Nightcrawler, Colossus, Kitty Pryde, Professor X, Doug Ramsey, and Emma Frost. Also included in this … Continue reading →
To commemorate the release of HINGES Book Two: PAPER TIGERS, Meredith joins The i Word to discuss the conception of the book, the trick to making happy accidents work for you, and silent storytelling. She's interested in stage combat, and shares some information with us from her classes.
This week Meredith Gran, the Ignatz Award winning creator of long-running webcomic Octopus Pie, joins us to talk about her creative history and process as well as the release of Octopus Pie in trade form from Image Comics, out February 26th. Meredith is one of my absolute favorite cartoonists and I consider her a huge creative pillar both in webcomics and the medium in general. She is constantly pushing the limits of the medium with a uniquely cartoony style and digs deeper with every story arc into the complex and sometimes absurd emotional drama of being young, chasing your dreams and confronting harsh realities, forming and breaking relationships, and trying to just live all the while watching the novelty of youth escape you. If you like this podcast and want to hear more, please consider supporting Inkstuds on Patreon.
In this quick episode Joshua and Karyn talk about Joshua Dysart’s new online comic Living Level 3. You can read the comic online at http://www.huffingtonpost.com/joshua-dysart/living-level-3-graphic-novel_b_9012914.html
Veronica Fish, the artist of Archie, comes by for this week's show to talk about reading The Dreamer, Easter eggs in her art, getting her Jack Kirby style just right, Jack Staff, why Reggie is misunderstood, and so much more! Plus, we take a few of your listener questions!
Keith and Chris settled into this interview with Jerry Ordway so quickly we actually join it in progress and it takes a couple of minutes to announce the name of the show! Jerry Ordway has been a favorite comic creator of the We Talk team for decades. With his new Kickstarter running, it was a perfect opportunity to talk about his career and his current serialized series Semiautomagic. Jerry and writer Alex De Campi have been creating chapters of this horror comic for the pages of Dark Horse Comics Presents since 2014. Now you can get a trade paperback and more! Semiautomagic follows the highs and lows (mostly lows) of occult investigator Alice Creed, an average girl from a bad part of town who ended up in the wrong place at the wrong time. A decade after the wrong turn that changed her life, she is who you call when magic ends up in murder. But before we get to Semiautomagic, Jerry has a ton of stories to share from his time writing and drawing The Adventures of Superman. From the ...
We've got a panel of nerds on to discuss something that's near and dear to my heart. What does it mean to be a fan of something? And to that extent, what does it mean to be a "true fan"? We're examining properties from Dragon Ball Z, Batman, Deadpool, Doctor Who, Star Wars, Mass Effect, Pokemon, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles as we try to figure out once and for all what qualifies someone as a fan! Support the show over at Patreon.com/NerdSync!
Episode 48 of the Comics.Community Podcast features the latest Diamond Previews catalog and items the crew is most looking forward to this April, 2016. The post February 2016 Previews (Episode 48) appeared first on Comics.Community.
Charles Schulz’s Peanuts is one of the most beloved comic strips of the 20th century. But while some prefer the hilariously cruel and despairing tone of the first half of the series, it seems that the public perception of Peanuts is more in line with the cute, commercial tone it took on in its second 25 years. This week Tim and Kumar come back to Peanuts, more than seven years after reviewing the Schulz bio, to delve more into the strip itself. What is the nature of the Peanuts kids? What motivates them? How does Peanuts (especially in its first half) fit an existentialist view of the world? Also discussed: the recent movie — what was good or bad. Was showing the Little Red Haired Girl a good idea? Plus, a nod to a few of Schulz’s more interesting panel compositions, and, what Peanuts strip does Tim want on his wall? Peanuts on GoComics Charles Schulz on the necessity of loserdom (The Guardian) The bleak world of Peanuts, one of the 20th century’s greatest works of art, explained ( ...
I just spent 2 1/2 hours editing this bad boy and I’m not even sure if it’s sounds good and more.. But George is back, and we talk some comics so it can’t be all bad. Episode 247 Breakdown: Intro/News: Legion TV casting / Flash & Super Girl TV show team up. Reviews: Spider-man #1 (13:10), Dr. Strange #5 (24:20). Panel Culture Picks: The Vision #4 (34:40), Velvet #13 (43:20), Pretty Deadly #8 (48:30). Panel Culture welcomes listener’s questions and comments – so check us out on Facebook, Twitter or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org! Outro: Getting Rough - Dinosaur Jr.
This week Shag and Rob take a look at where Aquaman is, now that the current run has concluded. That's followed by "Give Me Liberty...Give Me Death" from THE FURY OF FIRESTORM #26 (Aug. 1984) by Gerry and Carla Conway, Rafael Kayanan, Rodin Rodriguez, Nansi Hoolahan, Adam Kubert, and Prof. Martin Stein. Plus YOUR Listener Feedback! Have a question or comment? Looking for more great content? Leave comments on our FIRE & WATER PODCAST website - http://fireandwaterpodcast.com/podcast/fire-water154/ Images from this episode - http://fireandwaterpodcast.com/podcast/fire-water154-extra/ THE AQUAMAN SHRINE - http://www.aquamanshrine.net FIRESTORM FAN - http://firestormfan.com E-MAIL: email@example.com Subscribe via iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/podcast/the-fire-and-water-podcast/id463855630 This episode brought to you by: InStockTrades - http://instocktrades.com The Only Living Boy from Papercutz - http://olbcomic.com Opening Theme, "The Time Is Now" by Michael Kohler. Closin ...
Topics include whether Dale put the apostrophe in the right place up there, Dale and Jonesy have only played D&D once in the last ~5 years?, Jonesy backpedalling in the wrong direction when we bring up Sandman, Dale impressing the pizza man with his tight D&D shirt, and how we absolutely love Dungeons and Dragons. Our past, present, and future are in debt to it. Also, Charles Forsman writes us, whaaaaaat. Sponsored by: The Comic Book Shop in Wilmington, DE. The best place to grab your comics, statues, magic cards, and action figures. Links: Support the show Subscribe on iTunes Table Titans Next | ????
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We’ve got an action packed CBMFP for you today. Stories of celebrity sightings, Stan Lee Media getting sued and have crazy fucking connections to the underworld. Plus, we now know that DC doesn’t know what the fuck they’re doing with Rebirth, but they’ll figure it out soon. There’s more in the world of comics and tv. Books covered on this episode of the CBMFP: The Red Ten #8 I Roved Out Lone Wolf and Cub 2100 #2 Pepper & Carrot Tomb Raider #1 UnFollow
Conor, Josh, and Ron are together again, and yet separated by many miles, just as they like it. The comics of the week come up, sure, and a great many wonderful comics they are. But there’s also a heck of a diversion on the concept of just what a sandwich is, and a literary discussion! Because that’s the kind of show we run. And we don’t apologize. Running Time: 01:01:47 Comics: 00:01:50 – Unfollow #4 00:11:05 – The Sheriff of Babylon #3 00:15:37 – Spider-Man #1 00:22:48 - Spidey #3 00:25:15 – Scarlet Witch #3 00:32:59 – The Vision #4 00:29:58 – Nova #4 00:35:23 – Uncanny X-Men #3 00:38:30 – War Stories #16 00:40:48 – Johnny Red #4 Audience E-Mail: 00:43:10 – Patrick from NC would like to know what Neal Stephenson novel he should start with. 00:48:30 - Aaron from Boston asks about Transformers vs. G.I. Joe. 00:52:01 - Ralph from Hampshire, UK is an old soul who wants to know if comics today are aimed at the same people they were 10 years ago. Brought To You By: Amazon - Get all you ...
When you're feeling a little restricted by the world, you need to get yourself "Unchained". Roy Harper is back in Star City. But unfortunately, he's being controlled by a cyber-terrorist known as The Calculator. Roy will need the help of the team to get free. Thea is dying because of the return of her blood lust. She may need the help of Malcolm, or maybe Oliver, or maybe Damien Darhk, or maybe just herself. And Felicity is feeling held back by her paralysis in her quest to save Palmer Tech. But her friend Curtis will be there to help her. Jay and Josh trade spiritual, motivational rocks on this week's Green Justice: An Arrow Podcast. Listen in and justice will be served...to your MP3 player!
World's Finest Comics 120, September 1961! Download Episode 335 Part II! First, I'd like to welcome a new podcast to the Silver Age neighborhood: GIANT SUPERMAN PODCAST, hosted by Jon M. Wilson and Bob Fisher, also available on iTunes! WORLD'S FINEST COMICS 120, September 1961, was published around July 18, 1961. It contained 32 pages still for the cover price of only a dime. Jack Schiff was the editor, and the cover was pencilled by Curt Swan and inked by Sheldon Moldoff. - THE CHALLENGE OF THE FACELESS CREATURES (13 pgs.), written by Jerry Coleman and drawn by Jim Mooney. This story has also been reprinted in SHOWCASE PRESENTS: WORLD'S FINEST vol. II. - Tommy Tomorrow starred in the seven page story titled, THE WEAPONS THAT BOOMERANGED, written by Jack Miller and drawn by Jim Mooney. - Green Arrow and Speedy were featured in the six page story, THE DEADLY TROPHY HUNT, written by Ed Herron and drawn by Lee Elias. This story was also reprinted in SHOWCASE PRESENTS: GREEN ARROW vol. ...
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http://archive.org/download/Episode75UltronTheWorld/Episode_75-Ultron_The_World.mp3 Join us for another episode of the Heck Yeah Comics! Podcast. This week: We talk about Spider-Man #1, Paper Girls #5, Grant Gustin appearing on CBS’ Supergirl, Boom! Studios’ Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #1 reaching 75,000+ preorder, DC shaking up some Hanna-Barbera properties, and much more! This week’s recommendations: Nick – Wayward by Jim Zub
Kwanza Osajyefo tells us about the successful Kickstarter campaign for BLACK, his new OGN with Jamal Igle Tim Smith and Khari Randolph. Kwanza was also involved in early digital comics initiatives at... WORDBALLOON features one on one interviews with the writers and artists behind today's pop culture favorites. The creative minds behind today's hottest comics, films, and Television , tell behind the scene stories providing a DVD like commentary on their works, without spoiling the stories. Hosted by Chicago Radio Host John Siuntres, Wordballoon covers the pop culture entertainment scene , like no other podcast.
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