This episode I countdown my top five Comic Movie Trilogies and explained why I love them so much. Enjoy!
On this podcast we review The Defenders. The TV Avengers. Their Quinjet is a subway train. Listen in!
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Show Notes and Links
00:00:00 – Intro/Greetings
00:01:37 – Pop Culture Role Call Theme Song
00:05:39 – Contact Us and… what?
00:11:36 – Next Pick: Invincible Vol. 1 – 3
00:16:41 – Pride of Baghdad
00:50:43 – Letters Page
01:01:34 – Outro
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Minneapolis is increasingly becoming a “comics town”. While it doesn’t have the publisher presence of Portland, it’s filled with comics creators of all stripes, from mainstream guys to indy creators to web cartoonists.
It also may be the only town in the U.S. where New Comic Book Day is a bar event every Wednesday, with comics giveaways, standup comedy, and a creator interview!
In this episode, Tim talks with:
- Katy Rex, writer of Jade Street Protection Services, from Black Mask, editor of another Black Mask title, Kim and Kim, and writer of a forthcoming Dr. Who special from Titan Comics. She also works at local retailer Hot Comics.
- Eliot Rahal, writer of Bloodshot’s Day Off and other books from Valiant, and a host of the New Comic Book Day event.
- John Bivens, artist on Image Comics’ Spread and Dark Engine.
Become a patron and you can see video of some of the standup comedians at New Comic Book Day!
John and Drew discuss JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #12 by DC, INHUMANS ONCE FUTURE KINGS #1 by Marvel and TOYETICA #1 by ACTION LAB ENTERTAINMENT.
00:59 DC: JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #12
16:16 Marvel: INHUMANS ONCE FUTURE KINGS #1
29:43 Other: TOYETICA #1 [ACTION LAB ENTERTAINMENT]
44:56 General discussion
55:16 Next Week Promo
55:27 Wrap up
55:58 End of episode.
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A S T O N I S H I N G X – M E N #2
X – M E N B L U E #9
It’s another stacked week for X-Men titles, the guys are back to give their thoughts on last week’s releases. Ryan and Allen discuss where the X-titles rank in the July comic book sales. Anthony and Rob, friends of the podcast/site join in on the discussion of as well. Plus Fastball Tweets from the X-Men Monday Thread. Thanks for listening!
July Sales (0:00), Generations: The Best #1 (31:54), Generation X #5 (41:53), Astonishing X-Men #2 (52:58), X-Men Blue #9 (1:18:13), Weapons of Mutant Destruction Conclusion (1:53:57), Fastball Tweets (1:59:33), General Discussion/Outro (2:14:44)
Retcon X – “X-Men Theme Song”
Jim and Eric have another long weekly podcast for you, talking about all of this week’s DC Comics as well as stories about Life, the Universe and Everything. They are joined by the usual motley crew of Reggie, Chris, Trevitt, Brandon and Josh as well as all the Rant and Raves and Listener Mail one can handle. Enjoy, but don’t ask Jim how to make a Manhattan…he doesn’t know.
This episode is part one of a two parter on Detective Comics Vol 1: Faces of Death
Jim and Eric shine the spotlight on Dark Nights: Metal. It’s the big book of the week, the summer…and maybe more! If you like what you hear, check out our regular weekly podcast where we review all the DC Comic Books that come out each week.
SUPERMAN’S GIRL FRIEND LOIS LANE 49, 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 drawn by Kurt Schaffenberger and lettered by Ira Schnapp.
– THE UNKNOWN SUPERMAN (17 pgs, Part I was 7 pages long), writer unknown, was drawn by Kurt Schaffenberger, who signed his name in the title panel. This story was reprinted in SUPERMAN’S GIRL FRIEND LOIS LANE 113, September/October 1971, published on July 6, 1971. It contained 64 pages for the cover price of 35¢.
– Part II was titled, THE SECRET OF STRONG BEAR (9 pgs.).
– LOIS LANE, BEAUTY QUEEN (9 pgs.), writer unknown, was pencilled by John Forte and inked by George Klein.
Also highlighted in this episode are the issue’s ads and other features, including the LETTERS TO LOIS column.
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Peter Rios (of The Daily Rios podcast) returns to the show to discuss a wide range of subjects including what we should do about our comic collections after we’re gone, 1980s DC comics that (criminally) haven’t been traded, what he’s been up to since the last time we spoke, podcasting and is it art, DC’s Dark Days: The Forge and Casting, some San Diego Comic Con news, Star Trek, DC vs Marvel, questions from Twitter, and more! Join us next episode for our discussion of the Image Comics series Secret Identities.
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Jimmy sat down in the roundtables for one of his favorite sci-fi shows, Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency! You’ll hear from stars Elijah Wood, Samuel Barnett, Alan Tudyk, Tyler Labine, Hannah Marks, Jade Eshete, Fiona Dourif, Mpho Koaho, EPs Max Landis and Robert Cooper. How does season 2 continue? Will a super team form to take on the world? Where do Tudyk and Labine’s new characters fit into the mix? Download the free podcast to find out!
For the next few weeks, there will be no regular format shows. Only SDCC press room specials. Jimmy needs that long just to recover from all of the craziness that is Comic Con International. You will hear roundtables for Inhumans, Batman and Harley Quinn, Dark Matter, Justice League Action and Teen Titans Go!He missed some rooms that he wanted to cover but boy howdy did he still cover a lot!
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Allen and Ryan get together to discuss and review one of the important moments of David Haller in the X-Men lure. The guys provide some insight how this episode came to be. Tune in and find out why this a must read.
New Mutants Vol. 1 #27
Host Anthony Desiato continues his journey to comic book stores around the country with a visit to Zapp! Comics in Wayne, NJ. Anthony engages owner Ben Lichtenstein about his business philosophy, and Ben serves up a comics retail masterclass on: the importance of product turnover and diversification, the art of the deal in buying and selling back issue, and common industry pitfalls. This episode is Part 1 of a two-episode visit to the Garden State.