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.
"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 comics fan, as well!
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!
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, John Romita Jr., Paul Jenkins, Dan DiDio, Geoff Johns, Greg Rucka, Scott Kurtz, Robert Kirkman and many, MANY more!
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 podcasts, continues to bring the fun and the funny! (Hey, it's better than being the "US Weekly" of comic podcasts.) Join Jimmy every Wednesday to laugh, learn and maybe even love! Created & Produced by Joe Gonzalez
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.
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.
ComicStories, c'est chaque semaine 3 émissions consacrées aux comics proposées par l'équipe de comicstories.fr Le mardi, retrouvez Le Mag' avec les news comics VO et VF, la question de la semaine, le comics de la semaine, et la mailbox. Le jeudi: Sur nos écrans, notre émission 100% adaptations ciné et TV de comics en partenariat avec surnosecrans.com. Le week-end: la Padawan Edition, durant laquelle nous explorerons un thème lié aux comics: auteurs, oeuvres importantes, débat, etc.
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.
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
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!
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
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, Stan Lee and others. It was a big room, but we were in it. This podcast is so good, you don't even need to read comics to enjoy it, but it's a lot better if you do.
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.
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.
The ComicsVerse podcast was born out of the principles Justin Alba and Kathleen Wisneski learned while studying at Columbia University in a course titled "Comic Books and Graphic Novels as Literature." ComicsVerse takes an in-depth, analytical, and almost academic, approach to comic book characters and storylines utilizing comic book theory as put forth by Scott McCloud in his definitive work UNDERSTANDING COMICS. All that smart talk aside, we sometimes have potty mouths, but we always manage to have a ton of fun by interviewing comic book creators, artists, writers, editors and historians as well as having panel discussions involving character studies and delving into the plot intricacies of particular story arcs. We discuss Marvel, DC, Image, Dark Horse, IDW, Valiant and more, but we also make sure to cover independently created graphic novels that do not involve superheroes at all. So whether you're a big X-Men, Spider-Man or Avengers fan, or if you prefer Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman in DC and also have a love of the comic book art form by way of graphic novels, we invite you to listen to ComicsVerse. We also like to think of ourselves as having no ego when it comes to feedback. Feedback is how we improve our podcast, website and videos, so let 'er rip!
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!
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!
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.
Some podcasts took the week off due to the Thanksgiving holiday yesterday, but the Worst. Comic. Podcast. EVER! has never been one to follow the trends. No, we are going to keep the comic talking coming from us to your... Read More ›
This week starts of with Travis breaking all podcasting etiquette by eating on mic. Then we talk about shenanigans at Days of the Dead, Steeph's relationship with his phone, the top comic 2015 as decided by us, and we talk with Dan Dougherty about his Kickstarter for Touching Evil. Promos from Wicked Radio Network, Salt City Popcast, and Salty Language.
An alien and his human are traveling through space. What does the alien do when his boss strongly suggests he should ditch the idiot human? Tim and Mulele discuss Joey Cruz and Michelle Nguyen’s Reckstar, as well as some realizations Mulele made about podcasts and comics. Oh, and, of course, Star Wars.
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Happy Thanksgiving. Enjoy this talk with Rucka about his books, current events and more! 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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Action Comics 312, May 1964! Download Episode 330 Part II! ACTION COMICS 312, May 1964, was published on March 26, 1964. It contained 32 pages for the cover price of 12¢. The editor was Mort Weisinger and the cover was pencilled by Curt Swan and inked by George Klein, who were the art team for the Superman story in this issue. - KING SUPERMAN VERSUS CLARK KENT, METALLO (14 pgs.), was written by Robert Bernstein. This story has not yet been reprinted by the time this episode was posted. - Supergirl starred in the 12 page story, THE FANTASTIC MENACE OF THE L. L.'S, written by Leo Dorfman and drawn by Jim Mooney. This story has been reprinted in SHOWCASE PRESENTS: SUPERGIRL vol. II. Also highlighted in this episode are the issue's ads and other features, including the METROPOLIS MAILBAG letter column. This episode begins with a few e-mails and the monthly MY PULL LIST section, where I review the October comic books I received in my shipment from Discount Comic Book Service! Elsewhere ...
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Ming geeks out over the Captain America: Civil War trailer while Mike drags his feet. Frank Miller & Brian Azzarello's Dark Knight III, Darth Vader 13, JLA 5, Ringside. Also: Ming and Mike give thanks, Legends of Tomorrow, Doctor Strange and Jessica Jones is awesome.
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Reviews: Jessica Jones (Netflix), Batman Europa #1, Huck #1, Tomboy #1, Adventure Time: Stakes mini-series, Doctor Who Due to the Thanksgiving weekend, co-hosts are hard to find! So Jimmy gets some help from an old listener Shay Estes. Something new as he has her record some reviews and a Top 3 and plays them for your listening pleasure. Jimmy is worried because her reviews are far more professional and way better than his. But good news for you listeners! She gives some really great insight and does some great research for her reviews/picks. You'll love her! Jimmy also briefly chats about that last The Walking Dead episode as well as a new poster for the upcoming Game of Thrones season. (Both have a similar theme). News includes: Marvel schools you with new web series called Marvel 101, Gravity Falls is coming to an end, Felicia Day is cast in new MST3K reboot, DC's Legends of Tomorrow will premiere on January 21 and John Carpenter is developing 4 new horror/sci-fi series. Leave y ...
This week the two hosts talk about 1993's Meteor Man. Topics include Disney Springs, data charges, twitter trends, Jonesy getting a lot done even though he has a new kid, life metaphors, Malcolm Gladwell references, Dale might have kidney stones, and includes Meteor Man as the book club. Sponsored by: The Comic Book Shop. The best place to grab your comics, statues, busts, and action figures. Links: Support the show Subscribe on iTunes Meteor Man - 9:33 Next | Knightfall Vol. 1
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On this week's show, the gang review the latest from Marvel, Jessica Jones on Netflix starring Kristen Ritter. The latter portion of the show is the review and features two parts: the first half is our initial thoughts without spoilers so you can listen to that if you haven't watched the show yet and the second part of it is our specific thoughts, which DOES include spoilers. We'll give you plenty of warning before we start talking plot points and such, so just keep that in mind on this week's show. Lightning Round: Glitter Kiss, I Hate Fairyland #2, Batman Europa #1, New Avengers #3, Uncanny Avengers Annual #1, Secret Six #8, Clean Room #2, Pretty Deadly #6, Ms. Marvel #1 Book of the Week: Spider-Woman #1, Sam Wilson Captain America #3, Huck #1 Shared Book of the Week: The Mighty Thor #1
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This week, we're joined by artist Lord Mesa and his wife Marlina as we discuss his Secret Origin, path to becoming an artist, and the Heroes & Villains Fan Fest. Starring Ryan Higgins, Bryce Larsen, Lord Mesa & Marlina Balandra, Toby Sidler, and Lane Terasaki.
Host Rob Kelly welcomes guest Casey Doran (RADIO VS. THE MARTIANS) to discuss 1982's groundbreaking sci-fi classic BLADE RUNNER! Do podcasters dream of electric sheep? Have a question or comment? Looking for more great content? THE AQUAMAN SHRINE - http://www.aquamanshrine.net FIRESTORM FAN - http://firestormfan.com THE FIRE & WATER TUMBLR - http://fireandwaterpodcast.tumblr.com RADIO VS. THE MARTIANS - http://radiovsthemartians.com PODCASTA LA VISTA, BABY - http://podcastalavistababy.com E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow THE FILM & WATER PODCAST on Twitter - https://twitter.com/FilmAndWaterPod Subscribe via iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/podcast/the-fire-and-water-podcast/id463855630 Thanks for listening! That's A Wrap!
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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. It's Local Comic Shop Day this week and that got Rachelle and Dave reminiscing about our their childhood relationships with comics and comic shops. Also discussed on this episode: Jessica Jones (no spoilers except slight ones for the first episode), Dark Knight III, Justice League Dark, Sebastian Stan's adventures in China, Anthony Mackie being dumb about feminism, and a bunch of very important Chris Hemsworth news. We also talk about the comics we read this week, of course. Another big week for the ladies of Marvel and for Jason Aaron.
Today on the show we are joined by our pal Rodney from the Longbox Small Talk podcast! LST is another very funny local Houston podcast that occasionally talks about Comic Books. On this episode we discuss our favorite books of the week, talk about LST’s charity event, tell some funny stories, play an LST original game called “From the Halls of Obscurity”, and of course go over the week’s Comics, Movie and TV news! This was a fun one to record, we hope you enjoy it! Check out the Longbox Small Talk podcast at http://www.longboxsmalltalk.com/ Support us by pledging to our Patreon site: here! You can find Comical Podcast on Nerdbong.com, Wicked Radio Network,BeyondTheDawnStudios.com, and you can hear us every Saturday night at 8EST on Lightening Radio! 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 ...
word balloon the comic book creators interview show
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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New Zealand cartoonist, Ant Sang, joined me to talk about his work in comics. Specifically we discussed the release of his classic work, Dharma Punks. Collecting the series he put out in the early 2000s, Dharma Punks is a fantastic look at passing through adolescent, reconciling nihilism and coming out at the end. I really liked this book and am happy to talk to Ant about it. More recently, he took his work into a different direction with the book Shaolin Burning. If you like this podcast and want to hear more, please consider supporting Inkstuds on Patreon.
Three years into the legendary 1980s run of The New Teen Titans, creators Marv Wolfman and George Perez brought forth upon the DC Universe a story arc that forever altered the unwritten rules and expectations governing superhero team storytelling. That arc was 'The Judas Contract,' and in this episode of CGS we take stock of the multitude of major milestones it contained for DC's second-generation super-team: Dick Grayson's maturation from Robin to Nightwing, the introduction of Jericho, the secret origin of Deathstroke the Terminator, and the perfidy of the insidious ingenue called Terra, whose betrayal of the Titans left them (and all of superhero fandom) not knowing whom to trust! (2:00:33)
Alex de Campi, co-creator of NO MERCY, talks with The i Word about the trick to comics collaborations, the importance of finding your voice, and the difference between consequence-free and realistic violence in fiction from movies to comics and back again.
Tony and Mat discuss the latest comic book TV shows, including Jessica Jones. Don't worry, no major spoilers and only brief talk on the first half of the series. Also thoughts on Ash vs Evil Dead, The Walking Dead, Supergirl, Gotham, Flash, Agents of SHIE
We're trying something a little different today as Scott, Chris, and Bryce just shoot the breeze as friends instead of podcast hosts. Mainly, Bryce tells stories of his current job as a manager at GameStop, and all the horrible customers he's had to deal with. If you liked this kind of podcast episode, please let us know on twitter: @NerdSync
This year’s International Comics Festival (Kaigai Manga Festa) in Tokyo was bigger than ever! Plenty of familiar faces from past years gave it a sense of community (long sought by many foreign comics creators feeling rather isolated in Japan), but there were plenty of new faces, too, many of whom flew in from Europe and North America to be here. Tim once again procured a media pass and went booth-to-booth gathering interviews! Photos and Web links for all interviewees are below. 2:10 John Gehron (USA) Pilot Theory John Gehron 3:39 Ian M (Canada) SquareComix Ian M’s table 4:47 Graeme McNee (Scotland) GraemeMcNee.com Graeme McNee 7:15 Abby Denson (USA) Dolltopia Abby Denson 8:40 Yuutan (Japan) Yocchi’s Forgetfulness Yuutan 10:34 Sakki Crow Tengu Siblings Bedtime Stories Sakki 12:28 Question No. 6 Cat and Spy, Dr. Who variant covers Question No. 6 15:04 Adam Pasion (USA) Big Ugly Robot Press Adam Pasion 18:31 Natalie Andrewson (USA) Mamuana Natalie Andrewson 21:31 Alex Mamo (USA) Fiel ...
Episode 44 of the Comics.Community podcast features your favorite panelists as they talk comics and pop-culture for the week of November 23, 2015. The post Chuck Norris and the Flying Monkeys (Episode 44) appeared first on Comics.Community.
It’s that time again, another episode of Valiant Effort. This time we’re wrapping up the original Bloodshot run with volume 6. Is Bloodshot more machine than man? Is love a glitch? Does this volume have enough comic in it? All this and more including Josh’s thought on the new A Sound of Thunder album. Thanks for listening!
Today on the show we talk about X-Men… the movies, not their hair. Okay we talk about some of their abs as well, but that’s a general conversation about the workout habits of superheros. More Mystery Science Theater 3000 news (it’s on Kickstarter) and Dark Knight Returns for a fourth time because Frank Miller isn’t doing shit with that third one you’re buying next week. You are buying it aren’t you? You are. Sucker. Oh and Stan Lee didn’t know that Iceman was gay. Books covered on this episode: Wolverine #1 Codename: Rave #1 Fistful of Blood #2 Henry: The Cantankerous Hamster #1
George returns to the podcast this week, and brings with him a whole lot of Marvel books.. So nothing has really changed Episode 236 Breakdown: Intro/News: Jessica Jones / Dark Knight IV. Reviews: Ms Marvel #1 (6:50), The Mighty Thor #1 (13:40), Vader Down #1 (21:35). Panel Culture Picks: Huck #1 (26:15), Uncanny Inhumans #2 (30:40). Panel Culture welcomes listener’s questions and comments – so check us out on Facebook, Twitter or email us at email@example.com! Outro: Say Goodbye - Beck
Shag and Rob welcome Nuclear Sub Anj (well-known Supergirl blogger) to discuss the first four episodes of the CBS-TV show SUPERGIRL! Plus, the podcasting debut of a two-time winner of the coveted Steam Award! Have a question or comment? Looking for more great content? THE AQUAMAN SHRINE - http://www.aquamanshrine.net FIRESTORM FAN - http://firestormfan.com THE FIRE & WATER TUMBLR - http://fireandwaterpodcast.tumblr.com COMIC BOX COMMENTARY - http://comicboxcommentary.blogspot.com E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org This episode brought to you by InStockTrades - http://instocktrades.com Subscribe via iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/podcast/the-fire-and-water-podcast/id463855630 Opening Theme, "The Time Is Now" by Michael Kohler. Closing music by Daniel Adams and Ashton Burge of The Bad Mamma Jammas! http://www.facebook.com/BadMammaJammas Thanks for listening! Fan the Flame and Ride the Wave!
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Adam and Jeremy read and comment on an assortment of books from May 1983 to March 1984 including Moon Knight 35, The Daredevils 5, and 8-11, Mighty World of Marvel 7-9, The Avengers 239, and The Saga of Crystar the … Continue reading →
Don't fear our multimedia episode. Not that we do the episode in more than one format, but we talk about Daredevil on TWO mediums. First our scrappy heroes talk about the iconic Born Again arc. Matt is going down a dark path. Someone has set out to ruin him. Can he trust anyone? Next, we briefly discuss the first season of the hit Netflix show. Unsurprisingly, it shares much with the Born Again storyline. So, come use all your senses as we discuss the Man Without Fear.
Conor and Josh don’t get the homage in the Pick of the Week. This is no surprise, but it’s clearly right there. Listen, there are a lot of things. And we’re gonna talk about all of them. We’ve all got our things, OK? Running Time: 01:02:07 Comics: 00:01:24 – Phonogram: The Immaterial Girl #4 00:10:52 – Secret Wars Too #1 00:17:30 – Batman Europa #1 00:21:21 - Mighty Thor #1 00:24:28 – Huck #1 00:29:46 – I Hate Fairyland #2 00:31:47 – Titans Hunt #2 00:34:26 – Extraordinary X-Men #2 00:37:45 – Spider-Woman #1 00:39:39 – Captain America: Sam Wilson #3 Star Wars Corner: 00:41:20 – Star Wars #12 00:44:32 – Vader Down #1 Audience Questions: 00:49:06 – Wakonda wants to know if we’re in a comics renaissance. Brought To You By: Amazon - Get all your comics, DVDs, video games, electronics and more and help iFanboy out in the process! iFanboy Members - Become one today for $3/month or $30/year! Or make a one time donation of any amount! Music: “Giving Into Seeing” Cloud Nothings
If you're a member of a "Brotherhood" then you know how important family is. If not, you may need Oliver to remind you. When Diggle shares the news of his living brother to Oliver, he's not really that interested in saving him from Damien Darhk's clutches. Especially after what he's found out about him. But Oliver won't give up. Thea's bloodlust is back and Malcolm gives her an opportunity to relieve those cravings, but she doesn't want to kill. Damien Darhk may just be the key to curing this problem. Yeah, that's right – Damien Darhk. (sigh…) Jay and Josh break down all the important parts of this hippy, crunchy program on this week's Green Justice: An Arrow Podcast. Listen in and justice will be served...to your MP3 player!
It's podcast time! Tony and Mat discuss a bit of news form the week and very briefly talk about some of Jessica Jones. The guys talk about the new MIGHTY THOR series, the rest of this week's books and answer your questions.
Issue #76 of the greatest comic related show on the Internet, the Geek Legacy Comic Corner Podcast, is here! In the news we tackle the announcement of Dark Knight IV, Justice League Dark casting rumors, creative team shakeups over at DC, Marvel’s new adult oriented marketing attempts, and the casting of Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Negan on The Walking Dead TV show. We review Vader Down #1, Black Knight #1, Martian Manhunter #6, Superman: American Alien #1, The Mighty Thor #1 and Secret Wars #7. Finally, we rave about The Flash TV show and Batman:Europa #1. 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.
It’s Friday which means it’s time for another new podcast! Cullen is on his own this week, as Jerry and John have had to prioritize life events and work above the podcast this week. Next week we’ll bring the noise,... Read More ›
We are joined this week by a very special guest, Matt from Passers-by Podcast. Matt tells us about his knowledge of comics and about his podcast. We then talk about how to get profiled in Dev's home town, we get a teaser for future Source Point Press books, and we round out the show by giving Matt some reading homework. Promos this week come from The Tangent-Bound Network, The Pop Culture Cafe Podcast, and The History of Bad Ideas Podcast.
Comical Podcast – A Comedy Show all about Comic Books!
It’s hard to believe that we’ve made it to 100 episodes. We couldn’t have done it without all the positive feedback and love we’ve gotten from all of you listeners. Hopefully episode 100 is a fitting tribute to you guys, as we intend for it to be a thank you note to everyone who’s supported us for the past two years. On this episode, we go over our favorite comics from this past week, talk about what 100 episodes has meant to us, answer the questions that were submitted for the Q&A, Tell a few funny stories, play a game of “Minute to Win it”, and of course discuss the week’s comics, movie and TV news. This was a lot of fun to record, and we’re really looking forward to keeping you guys laughing for another 100 episodes. Support us by pledging to our Patreon site: here! You can find Comical Podcast on Nerdbong.com, Wicked Radio Network,BeyondTheDawnStudios.com, and you can hear us every Saturday night at 8EST on Lightening Radio! Please leave us a 5-star review on iTunes or Stitcher ...
http://archive.org/download/Episode66CarrieKellyAndTheHeckYeahMystery/Episode_66-Carrie_Kelly_And_The_Heck_Yeah_Mystery.mp3 Join us for another episode of the Heck Yeah Comics! Podcast. This week: We talk about Batman Europa #1, Spider-Woman #1, Huck #1, Invincible #125, bad decisions Cyclops has made, mysterious actors on the set of Wonder Woman, Vertigo’s new The Dark and Bloody, Archie launching a standalone comic app, a major death coming to Marvel’s Squadron Supreme #1, Frank Miller’s plans to carry on the Dark Knight storyline, writer shakeups at DC, and much more! This week’s recommendations: Nick – Supreme Power David – Huck
Mike decides to become evil again and grows back his facial hair. Ming comes back from the front lines of Star Wars Battlefront. Mike and Ming talk Batman Europa, Huck, The Mighty Thor, and Vader goes Down.
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