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Comics Over Time

Duane Eckholm and Dan Newland

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Each week Dan, Duane and Siena bring you a look at comics new and old! Since 2021 we have been discussing comics, TV and film. For 2024 Duane and Dan are focusing on Marvel history that centers on Daredevil, and Siena and Dan are keeping up with current happenings in the Marvel Comics Universe. Our previous seasons are also available here: Phases of the Moon Knight covered the Moon Knight character in comics and TV, and our MCU Review saw us comparing the Phase 1 thru Phase 4 Marvel Cinemati ...
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Welcome to Inside Winemaking, your go-to resource for all things winemaking, designed for those already immersed in the wine industry and anyone with a passion for the art and science of crafting the perfect bottle. Inside Winemaking was created to provide direct access to the people in charge of creating world-class wines and for listeners looking for a non-traditional, informative, and entertaining take on winemaking. Our mission is to be a comprehensive resource hub for winemaking, provid ...
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Barstool Rockers

Jim Finn & Dan Michaels

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Barstool Rockers is a weekly 'magazine style' podcast focusing on classic, prog and most every aspect of rock music. Hosted by two life-long fans, it aims to inform and hopefully entertain.
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In this podcast I will be telling the wild and wonderful stories englobing the lives of famous violin makers, what they got up to and placing them in their historical and musical context. We will look at instrument makers such as Gasparo da Salo, the Amati family, Guarneri Del Gesu and Stradivari just to name a few. Who were these people? What were their lives like? What was Stradivaris secret? and most importantly why and how did they make these master pieces we see and revere today. What w ...
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In this episode, we journey with Jesse Fox, a former small-town chef who followed his passion all the way to becoming a master winemaker in Napa Valley. From his humble beginnings in his mother's kitchen to the hallowed educational halls of Cornell and the culinary scenes of Paris and New York, Jesse's story is one of transformation and tenacity. L…
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Episode 15 - Murdock and Marvel: 1977 Its 1977, and this week we see the dawn of a number of very influential independent titles, and Marvel and DC continue to try to bash each other into the ground. Comics are gaining in popularity on TV, with THREE superhero shows now on the small screen, and Marvel catches a tiger by the tail as it agrees to do …
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Episode 14 - Murdock and Marvel: 1976 Another year of Marvel and DC vying for minds and coins of comic book readers which is consolidating the industry despite some up and coming indie publishers. To that end, Marvel is now publishing over a 3rd of all comics in the U.S. But is it sustainable and at what cost? This week we'll look at all that, the …
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Listen in for the secrets of winemaking and the stories behind the vines in our latest episode with Rusell Bevan of Bevan Cellars and Adversity Cellars. Russell recounts his journey into the heart of the industry, proving that passion and self-education can create extraordinary success. In this episode, we discuss the meticulous processes defining …
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Episode 13 - Murdock and Marvel: 1975 It's 1975. Things are improving a bit in the world but in comics the race continues to fill up newsstands. With that, we start seeing more company causalities if you weren't D.C. or Marvel. We have 2 comic gods duking it out in the rookie of the year and in the spotlight this week, we see Daredevil take on... A…
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Episode 12 - Murdock and Marvel: 1974 Well, here we are in 1974, when Richard Nixon leaves the White House in shame in real life even as he is shown to be leading a secret criminal organization in the Marvel universe. The economy is a mess, crime is up, and comics are affected in all sorts of ways. Preshow Reminder about Dan and Sienna's C2E2 Panel…
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Giovanni Battista Rogeri has often been confused with other makers such as the Rugeri family, because of his name, and Giovanni Paolo Maggini, because of his working style. Trained in the famous workshop of Nicolo Amati in Cremona, Rogeri set out to make a name for himself in Brescia creating a Cremonese Brescian fusion. Learn all about this often …
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In this episode, Avery Heelan, the talented winemaker at Larkmead Vineyards, shares her personal voyage from the pharmaceutical industry to the heart of Napa Valley's viticulture scene. Listen in as she recounts the challenges and growth she experienced while transitioning to a career that aligns with her passion. Our conversation takes a worldly t…
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Marvel Unlimited for April 7 - 13 Siena was puzzled about the way the Captain America storyline was set up, questioned why Vengeance of the Moon Knight #1 did not have Moon Knight in it, and appears to have reached her saturation point with Marvel Zombies. On the bright side, Beware of the Planet of the Apes, Kid Venom and the Fantastic Four provid…
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Episode 11 - Murdock and Marvel: 1973 Its 1973, which was a tumultuous and eventful year for America. We left Vietnam without winning, VP Spiro Agnew resigned in disgrace and the US dollar was devalued, while momentous events such as Roe v Wade, Nixon visiting China and Billie Jean King vs. Bobby Riggs. By end of year Nixon has resigned and the US …
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Marvel Unlimited for March 31-April 6, 2024 Welcome back to What’s New in Marvel Unlimited! This is Dan, and each week my daughter Siena and I are looking at which Marvel comics are releasing digitally through the Marvel Unlimited app. QUICK OVERVIEW OF THE WEEK https://www.marvel.com/comics/calendar/ 21 total new comics 5 are Infinity Comics 15 ar…
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Episode 10 - Murdock and Marvel: 1972 This week it seems everything is coming up Marvel, as Stan Lee and his expanding young team seem to be flooding the market, but a lot of other interesting things happened around the comic world. Preshow Marvel Snap new season: Thunderbolts https://www.marvelsnap.com/newsdetail?id=7296765558303775494 The Year in…
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Join me as I bring back viticulturist Fritz Westover to unpack questions from our dedicated Inside Winemaking community. Listen in as we discuss the intricacies of vineyard management, sustaining vineyard health and productivity over time, and the crucial steps involved in preparing a vineyard for replanting, with a particular focus on the nuances …
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Episode 8 - Murdock and Marvel: 1971 We have a fun show this week, with Marvel being a critical part of a couple big changes that happen in 1971. We also see a new character swinging into Daredevil this year, who is going be a big part of Matt Murdock’s life for the next few years! Preshow Note from Amanda The Year in Comics 1971 was a year of tran…
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Episode 8 - Murdock and Marvel: 1970 We have made it to the second decade of the Marvel era! The 1970s saw significant changes and challenges for comics, and we start to see them immediately as we take a look at the very first year of this eventful decade! Preshow Steve Ditko is now a “Disney Legend.” https://d23.com/disney-legends-2024/ Dan and Si…
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Join us as we explore the life of Josh Phelps, a seasoned player in the wine industry, from his roots in restaurant work to the strategic cultivation of his winemaking empire. Listen in as Josh recounts his time at Kimberly Jones Selections where he honed his skills in sales and faced the tough skin-building challenge of rejection, and shares how h…
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Episode 7 - Murdock and Marvel: 1969 Its 1969, and comics are returning to normal after the disruptions of the Marvel Age and Batmania. Small publishers continue to fail, even as Marvel and DC expand their offerings, and small independent publishers begin to test the waters. Marvel continues its expansion, but does so in some new directions, and Da…
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Marvel Unlimited for March 3rd - 9th, 2024 Welcome back to What’s New in Marvel Unlimited! This is Dan, and each week my daughter Siena and I are looking at which Marvel comics are releasing digitally through the Marvel Unlimited app. For this week we are focusing on the week of March 3-9 QUICK OVERVIEW OF THE WEEK https://www.marvel.com/comics/cal…
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I recently sat down with Shawn Johnson of Amulet Estate, who shared the revolution in winemaking processes brought by innovative software and fermentation techniques. His story intertwines with mine as I recall my years learning the winemaking craft from mentors like Mark Harold and the brilliant minds at Nicholson Ranch. Come with us behind the sc…
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In this episode we will be looking at Francesco’s most productive period of making instruments with a busy workshop and 4 sons helping him out. Jason Price from Tarisio fine violins and bows talks to us about Rugeris distinctive making style and his prolific production at this time in his life but things do not run as smoothly as Rugeri would like …
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Episode 6 - Murdock and Marvel: 1968 Marvel had been a dominant force in the comics world through most of the early and mid 1960s, which is all the more amazing when you realize that they made all the noise they did while limited to publishing only 8 -14 comics a month. The Marvel contract with their distributor (essentially DC Comics) was up for r…
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Marvel Unlimited for February 25th-March 2nd, 2024 Welcome back to What’s New in Marvel Unlimited! This is Dan, and each week my daughter Siena and I are looking at which Marvel comics are releasing digitally through the Marvel Unlimited app. For this week we are focusing on the week February 25th-Mar 02nd, 2024 QUICK OVERVIEW OF THE WEEK https://w…
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Episode 5 - Murdock and Marvel: 1967 This year we begin to see the backlash against superheroes as the Batman TV show enters its 3rd and final season, and many comic companies began to feel the effects of a contracting market and superhero fatigue. Preshow Announcement: Murdock and Marvel moves back to Wednesday Starting Next Week Marvel Unlimited …
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Listen in as I sit down with Dan Limoges, a winemaker and grape grower from North Georgia who has truly immersed himself in the craft. Dan shares the narrative of his transition from Iowa to the wine-laden landscapes of Georgia, where he and his wife have established Limoges Cellars. His passion for the vine-to-bottle process is evident as we talk …
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Marvel Unlimited for February 18th-24th, 2024 Welcome back to What’s New in Marvel Unlimited! This is Dan, and each week my daughter Siena and I are looking at which Marvel comics are releasing digitally through the Marvel Unlimited app. For this week we are focusing on the week February 18th-24th, 2024 QUICK OVERVIEW OF THE WEEK https://www.marvel…
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Part II Kathleen Parlow was one of the most outstanding violinists at the beginning of the 20th century. In 1912, she was signed by the Columbia Record Company in New York, and her first records for the U.S. label were brought out alongside those of the legendary Eugene Ysaÿe. Listen to her fascinating story and how she took the world by storm. Fro…
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Episode 4 - Murdock and Marvel: 1966 1966 saw America sink even deeper into Vietnam, with war deaths tripling from 1965 to 1966, Ronald Reagan was elected governor of California, and the first artificial heart surgery was performed. It was a big year in American pop culture as well, with both Star Trek and the Batman TV show debuting and the Beach …
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Kathleen Parlow was one of the most outstanding violinists at the beginning of the 20th century. In 1912, she was signed by the Columbia Record Company in New York, and her first records for the U.S. label were brought out alongside those of the legendary Eugene Ysaÿe. Listen to her fascinating story and how she took the world by storm. From her de…
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Come and discover in this episode why your cello is the size it is! We continue looking at the life of Francesco Rugeri and how his career intersected with other well known masters such as Guarneri and Stradivari. The advent of wound strings will also play a part in piecing together the puzzle of how Francesco Rugeri was able to make smaller cellos…
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Francesco Rugeri; this Cremonese violin maker often mistaken for Giovanni Battista Rogeri, another Cremonese trained violin maker living at the same time, made many fine instruments and is especially well known for his cellos and his innovation of the instrument. Join me as I delve into the life of violin makers in Cremona after the Amati's and bef…
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Episode 3 - Murdock and Marvel: 1965 Daredevil swings into his first full year, and for both the comics industry and America at large it is a time filled with transformation and more than a bit of fear for what the future holds. Marvel is ascendant. Other companies are trying to adjust, and the world outside the window seems to be on fire. Welcome …
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Join the conversation with viticulturist Fritz Westover and discover the alchemy of grape growing in climates that challenge even the most seasoned growers. From the humble Pennsylvania plant lover to an acclaimed viticulturist, Fritz unpacks his storied journey and the problems faced by vineyards far from Napa Valley. Learn how Fritz helps vineyar…
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Episode 2 - Murdock and Marvel: 1964 On last week’s show we discussed the long history of Marvel Comics from 1939 to 1963. This week we finally see where Stan, Jack and the rest of the Marvel bullpen had been leading up to. It's time to talk about 1964, and the debut of the World's Most Interesting Superhero – Daredevil! Listener Feedback Let us kn…
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Marvel Unlimited for February 5th, 2024 Welcome back to What’s New in Marvel Unlimited! Dan and Siena visit about the Marvel Unlimited releases for the week of February 4th – 10th, 2024. Dan wonders when heroes got so murder-y, and Siena binges on Doctor Strange. QUICK OVERVIEW OF THE WEEK https://www.marvel.com/comics/calendar/ 22 total new items …
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Marvel Unlimited for January 29th, 2024 Welcome back to What’s New in Marvel Unlimited! This is Dan, and each week my daughter Siena and I are looking at which Marvel comics are releasing digitally through the Marvel Unlimited app. For this week we are focusing on the week January 28 – Feb 3, 2024 QUICK OVERVIEW OF THE WEEK https://www.marvel.com/c…
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Episode 1 - Murdock and Marvel: 1961-1963 Normally we will be moving a year at a time, starting with Daredevil’s introduction in 1964. But this week we want to set the stage, with a quick look at the early years of the Marvel Universe, from 1961-1963. Reintroducing Ourselves The Year in Comics Comic books in the early 1960s were selling at levels t…
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In this episode, Pavle Milic takes us through a journey of his life, passions, and entrepreneurial spirit. Starting with his roots in Colombia and transition to the hospitality scene in New York, Milic has carved out a unique niche in the culinary and wine world in Arizona. The discussion navigates through the landscapes of Colombia and the burgeon…
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Marvel Unlimited for January 22th, 2024 Welcome back to What’s New in Marvel Unlimited! This is Dan, and each week my daughter Siena and I are taking a look at which Marvel comics are releasing digitally through the Marvel Unlimited app. For this week we are focusing on the week January 21 – 27, 2024 QUICK OVERVIEW OF THE WEEK https://www.marvel.co…
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