Comic Book Savant Episode 428: Trade Review: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Vol. 9: Monsters, Misfits, and Madman

This video I review the IDW Publishing Trade Paperback Of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Vol. 9: Monsters, Misfits, and Madman by Kevin Eastman, Tom Waltz, and Mateus Santolouco. Enjoy!

Airship 27 #51: Con Season

Captain Ron Fortier and Chief Engineer Rob Davis step aboard the Airship 27 once more as the duo talks con season, new releases, Pulp Factory Awards and more!

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Steeven Orr Else #39 – My Favorite Avengers Story Part 2

This week I bring you Part Two of my talk regarding Under Siege, my favorite Avengers story ever.

‘Nuff said!


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Radio Free Asgard 345

Another fortnight gone by, and now it’s time for Hercules Unbound #8. Have David Michelinie and Walt Simonson created an underrated masterpiece of sequential storytelling, or is this just a kind of lame 1970’s DC comic? This issue has Tweetie bird’s owner assaulting our heroes, Hercules leaving one of his friends to drown, an early holodeck, and of course, lots of T&A!! 

Super Hero Speak – #306: Let’s Talk Movies

This week the guys discuss their favorite movies and what movies they think are over/underrated. They also discuss the latest marvel and DC news like Jon Favreau wants to direct another Marvel Movie and what did they Think of the Watchmen trailer? Plus they include an interview with comic book writer David Pepose. All this and much more, enjoy!

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For the Love of Indie #97

Back once more! We’ve got horrors from Junji Ito, personal journeys withPenina Gal, apocalyptic introspection with Ben Passmore, who later teams up with Ezra Clayton Daniels to round out the show with some gentrification horror. Plus, some short TCAF talk. All RIGHT here RIGHT now.

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The Podcast of Oa Episode 139 – Emerald Sands

Co-hosts Phil Bova and Myron Rumsey talk about the epic issue seven of the Grant Morrison / Liam Sharp The Green Lantern run in episode 139 of The Podcast of Oa.  In addition the two talk about the great JLMay podcast crossover event that kicked off in our last episodeGreen Lantern: Earth One‘s Eisner nomination and the now releasing Green Lantern box from the World’s Finest Collection.  Myron and Phil also share some great listener feedback about religion in comics and comments from a new listener.

The Podcast of Oa is the official podcast of The Blog of Oa and a proud member of the Comics Podcast Network. Share your comments and questions by calling the show’s voicemail line at 406-PODOFOA (406-763-6362) while Skype users can leave a voicemail on the show’s account, blogofoa. Send your emails to You can also find the Blog and Podcast of Oa on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.

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Show Notes:
00:00:00 Intro/Green Lantern News
00:13:29 The Green Lantern #7
00:33:14 Listener Feedback/Closing

Event Orr Else – Secret Wars #10

Doom transcends humanity, Colossus get’s his girl, and the Hulk sleeps on the floor.

All this and more in issue #11 of Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars from March, 1985.

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Steeven Orr Else #38 – Off the Top of My Head

This week on the podcast life gets in the way forcing me to abandon my plans and instead spend 30 minutes in my car just talking about stuff.

First I weigh in (pun intended) on my diet before I react to the news regarding Marvel #1000. Then I top it all off with a talk about one of my most favorite television shows of all time: Supernatural.

Oh, and I add a bit about podcasting there right at the end.

So sit back, put your feet up, and get cozy because this week I’m just talking, and it’s all off the top of my head.


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Wayne’s Comics Podcast #380: Caleb Palmquist, Tom Sacci

Episode 380 is yet another great double-header week! Everything starts with Caleb Palmquist from A Small World and the related book, Welcome to Earth World!  Both are great sci-fi books, so I hope you’ll check them out! You can follow Caleb’s work at this link!

Then this episode wraps up with Tom Sacci from Off Beats and Ultrabot Go Go Go! I love variety in my reading, and these projects from Tom help scratch that itch very well! We discuss how these comics came to be as well as how you can access them! You can follow Tom’s work on Facebook, on Instagram, and on Twitter.

Wayne’s Comics Podcast #379: Scout Comics HQ Grand Opening

Brendan Deneen, Enzo Garza, Gutt Ghost, Kevin Joseph, Tart, Lee Ferguson, Richard Rivera, Shadow Play, Walter Ostlie, Metalshark Bro, Tennessee Edwards, Jim Pruett, James Haick, Scout Comics, Mindbender, Solar Flare, Long Live Pro Wrestling, Midnight Sky

Episode 379 of the Wayne’s Comics Podcast is a very special one! On Saturday, April 20, I attended the Grand Opening of the Scout Comics and Entertainment HQ in Fort Myers, Florida. It was a great event, with several creators from Scout there! To celebrate, I’m sharing the fun interviews I recorded with Brendan Deneen, Enzo Garza from Gutt Ghost, Kevin Joseph from Tart, great artist Lee Ferguson, Richard Rivera from Shadow Play, Walter Ostlie from Metalshark Bro, Tennessee Edwards, Publisher Jim Pruett, and everything wraps up with James Haick, the president of Scout. For more about this rising star comics company, go to their website at and Facebook! You’ll find the sequence and times you can hear each interview during the podcast below:

  1. Brendan Deneen                                                2:01
  2. Enzo Garza, Gutt Ghost                                   14:28
  3. Kevin Joseph, Tart                                           32:31
  4. Lee Ferguson                                                   43:29
  5. Richard Rivera, Shadow Play                           53:14
  6. Walter Ostlie, Metalshark Bro                        1:06:33
  7. Tennessee Edwards                                      1:19:42
  8. Jim Pruett, Midnight Sky                                1:35:24
  9. James Haick, Solar Flare                               1:50:12

Wayne’s Comics Podcast #378: Christopher Mills

Looking for more fun and adventure in your comics reading? Be sure to listen to this week’s show because Episode 378 features my interview with Christopher Mills from AtomicAction Comics! The debut issue of Space Crusaders is now available, and it highlights Mr. Mills’ love of the great days when comic reading was much less gloom and doom and much more adventure! This first issue features Rex Dexter of Mars and is a tremendous read! During our discussion, we talk about where the heroes and other characters in this imprint come from, including a favorite of mine, The Black Owl! He’s planning many strong titles, including Savage Sagas, Sleuth Comics, Monsters Vs. Heroes, and Danger Comics, just to name a few! Don’t miss this episode with a fun chat about comics and what they can be!

Wayne’s Comics Podcast #377: Ed Jowett, Tyler Chin-Tanner

Episode 377 is yet another great double-header week! Everything starts with Ed Jowett from Shades of Vengeance, who has Fauna #1 as a great Kickstarter project worthy of your support!  It’s described this way: When everyone starts mindlessly searching for Quinn’s Empowered alter-ego, it is clear someone will do whatever it takes to find him… Be sure to get great stretch goals now by going here on! This Kickstarter has already made its goal, so now is the perfect time to pick up terrific goodies including this comic!

Then this episode wraps up with the return of Tyler Chin-Tanner from A Wave Blue World, who is bringing another gripping anthology book our way, this one called Dead Beats. It’s referred to as “a music-themed horror anthology.” I’ve never read anything like that before, so I’m fascinated! It’s an excellent gathering of talented comics creators, so I recommend you go to Kickstarter at this link after you listen to our interview to add more scary to your Halloween this year!