Trekker Talk Episode 22: The Train to Avalon Bay Pt 2



In Trekker Talk Episode 22 we discuss the second half of The Train to Avalon Bay by creator, writer, and artist Ron Randall.  We also share your feedback in Trekker Transmissions and talk about seeing Ron Randall at Rose City Comic Con.


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Superman Fan Podcast Episode #358 Part I: Superman Family Comic Book Cover Dated July 1963: Superman’s Girl Friend Lois Lane #42!

Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen #42, July 1963!

Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen #42, July 1963!

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SUPERMAN’S GIRL FRIEND LOIS LANE 42, July 1963, was published on May 9, 1963. It contained 32 pages for the cover price of 12¢. Mort Weisinger was the editor, and the cover was drawn by Kurt Schaffenberger. It featured the issue’s third and final story, all three of which were also drawn by him.

– THE GIRL WHO DESTROYED ATLANTIS (9 pgs.), writer unknown according to Mike’s Amazing World Of DC Comics, while the Grand Comic Book Database credits Leo Dorfman.

– THE MONKEY’S PAW (7 pgs.), writer unknown according to Mike’s Amazing World Of DC Comics, while the Grand Comic Book Database credits Jerry Siegel. Since there is some disagreement about the writer credit, we won’t count this towards his silver age production.

– THE ROMANCE OF SUPER BABY AND BABY LOIS (9 pgs.), writer unknown. This story was reprinted in SUPERMAN IN THE SIXTIES and LOIS LANE: A CELEBRATION OF 75 YEARS.

Also highlighted in this episode are the issue’s ads and other features, including the LETTERS TO LOIS column.



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Wayne’s Comics Podcast #257: Ben Filipiak, Mike Shoykhet, and Scott Reed

Wayne Hall, Wayne’s Comics, Fierce Comics, Midwalker, Light Breed, Florida, Ben Filipiak, Mike Shoykhet, Scott Reed, pastor, priest, Joshua Fischer,

I’ve discovered another great comics company! This week in Episode 257, I delve into Fierce Comics by talking about the Midwalker: Light Breed trade paperback with writer Ben Filipiak, artist Mike Shoykhet, and colorist Scott Reed about this excellent title. We discuss the various characters and how they came to the printed page, the roles each creator played in bringing the comic together, and what is in store for this book and others from Fierce in the coming months. Don’t miss it!


Just for the Hell of It Podcast Ep 8: F-Marry-Kill Part Deux LIVE!


Jim, Eric and Reggie get together for their first live show with Part Deux of the F-Marry-Kill.  Of course, things get a bit out of hand as Jim and Eric fight over rules and angles while Reggie rolls his eyes.  Good Times!  If you want to get involved in the next Live show, go on over to and sign up.

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Comics Alternative Interviews: W. Maxwell Prince and John Amor

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  • 00:00:26 – Introduction
  • 00:02:16 – Setup of interview
  • 00:04:11 – Interview with W. Maxwell Prince and John Amor
  • 00:59:17 – Wrap up
  • 01:00:47 – Contact us


On this interview episode, Gwen and Derek have the pleasure of talking with W. Maxwell Prince and John Amor. Their latest book, One Week in the Library, comes out next week from Image Comics. Most of the discussion topics surround this new work — how the two creators met, their process of collaboration, the ideas behind the book’s structure and intertextual allusions — but Gwen and Derek also talk with their guests about their previous collaboration, Judas: The Last Days, as well as their separate efforts, including Will’s current IDW series, The Electric Sublime. And, of course, a lot of talk about books and a lot of talk about libraries. What’s more, you don’t have to be a bibliophile to enjoy the conversation!



Secret Identity Podcast Issue #753–James Bond and Serenity

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Star Trek: Beyond (2016)

John Mayo and Kay Kellam discuss Star Trek: Beyond.

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Comic Timing – Episode 184: Changing Political Climates and Comics


As the title implies, Comic Timing goes political this episode, partially as some catharsis after the events of the past few weeks, and also as a way to try and explain and further understand the political climate, and how it effects the comic book industry. Brandon Christopher of Pop Culture Clash, Donovan Moragn Grant of Questions, We Don’t Have Answers, Brent Kossina and Ian Levenstein discuss the decision made by Humberto Ramos and George Perez to refuse attending conventions in Red States after the President Elect takes office, as well as comic shops refusing to stock Motor Crush issue 1 because it has a black female lead. We also discuss tangential political topics that are not entirely comic related, but are still relevant to the overall conversation.

This episode may not be for everyone, but I really do feel like there is some excellent conversation within. No punches were pulled, but everyone involved did their best to be respectful while speaking their minds. Give it a listen and see for yourself!

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Thanks again for listening, and we’ll see you next time for Doctor Strange, Luke Cage and more!

Raging Bullets Episode 481 : A DC Comics Fan Podcast

Episode 481: Superman 11, Batman 11, The Flash 11: Jim and Sean to discuss some recent favorites. Speeding Bullets returns as a regular segment as Injustice Ground Zero #1, Batman 66 Meets Wonder Woman 77 #1, and He-Man/Thundercats #1 and 2 are discussed.

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0:00 Show opening,,,,,,,, show voicemail line 1-440-388-4434 or drnorge on Skype, and more.  

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4:30 Speeding Bullets: Injustice Ground Zero #1, Batman 66 Meets Wonder Woman 77 #1, He-Man/Thundercats #1 and 2, and more

34:10 Comic Chat: Superman 11, Batman 11, The Flash 11

2:24:00 Voicemails

2:44:30 Show Closing

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Radio Free Asgard 251


This week we carry on with our Skrull-tastic coverage of Hercules: Prince of Power #2 (1984)! This issue has a lot of fighting, a dude with a metal doggie helmet, Skyppi takes a bath, Zeus gets homicidal, and the Recorder falls down! Excelsior!

The Mean Geek-Comics Podcasting on the Edge of Civility-Episode #264-“I’ve Read Worse Superman, But That Doesn’t Mean I Want To Pay For This”






Rev introduces his latest POP, Lemmy. If you don’t know who that is, then it’s just as well we’re quitting cause we don’t care about you. Tech brings us up to speed hahah with his viewing of the Flash show. We eventually get to the pointless fucking morass that are DC comics from August. We start with SUPERMAN 4 and 5 and the burning question of how soulds are weigned and what their energy is measured in. Bibbo’s back and that’s probably the saving grace of the new series. Batcave on the moon. Fuck You. WONDER WOMAN 4 and 5 is still the origin we just can’t get rid of. It’s fine, it’s not new. Diana commiserating in the middle of a jungle, although in character, seems like the wrong time. Steve’s dying, ’cause that’s really all he does. DETECTIVE 938 and 939 have the bat fam in a tight spot, Robin has a a tete-a-tete with a hacked, and that seriously bores me. Kate is nice, Jacob’s an asshole, and eventually Bruce just calls the President to get a good ole’ fuck you to Colonel Kane from him. ACTION COMICS 961 and 962 While Luthor and Supes handle Doomsday, sigh, again. Eventually DD gets sent to the phantom zone, and that’s probably the best place for him. Although that is already being set up and not worthwhile. LEGEND OF WONDER WOMAN 9 was probably the single best DC book this month, with loose Titans, and Gaia herself providing Diana the kick she needs to end the threat. It’s great. We end it all (and after these books, we really wish we could end it all…) with BATMAN 4and 5.  The scenes with Duke and Gotham Girl are really good, but this numerological stuff is straight outta Encyclopedia Brown, and that’s shit. Gotham Girl starts fighting through the Psycho Pirate’s influence, and I liked that. Anyway, that’s the end of this ep but you don’t care, lolwhut.

Super Hero Speak – #182: Inheritance Part 2

This week the guys are joined by Marco Roblin and a returning James Schumacher. Marco is the new artist for the award winning Inheritance. Marco tells us about how he got started as an artist and James talks about how they started working together, plus they discuss thier shared love of movies. Plus John shows his creepy side. All this and more, enjoy!


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Comics Alternative, Episode 216: A Publisher Spotlight on Kilgore Books and Comics

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Time Codes:

  • 00:00:27 – Introduction
  • 00:02:28 – Setting up Kilgore Books and Comics
  • 00:05:28 – Conversation with Dan Stafford
  • 00:22:04 – Cosmic Be-ing #2
  • 00:28:45 – The Fifth Window
  • 00:35:24 – A Horse, a Crow, and a Hippo Walk into a Bar
  • 00:45:53 – Powermac
  • 00:55:16 – Paid for It
  • 01:01:56 – The Plunge: A True Story
  • 01:12:21 – What Happened
  • 01:18:23 – Scorched Earth
  • 01:25:44 – Blammo #9
  • 01:54:57 – Wrap up
  • 01:56:02 – Contact us



On this episode, their final publisher spotlight of the year, Andy and Derek discuss the 2016 releases from Kilgore Books and Comics. They discuss nine titles, in all: four from the publisher’s spring catalog, four from the fall releases, and an in-between book that conceptually lives up to its interstitial positioning. The guys begin their spotlight with a brief interview Derek conducted with Dan Stafford at this year’s Small Press Expo. He introduces Kilgore to listeners, reveals its history and mission, and sets the contexts for the various 2016 releases. After that, the Two Guys with PhDs begin looking at the four titles from the spring, Alex Graham’s Cosmic Be-ing #2, Amara Leipzig’s The Fifth Window, Lauren Barnett’s A Horse, a Crow, and a Hippo Walk into a Bar, and Box Brown’s Powerman. They’re intrigued by the more abstract constructions of the former, and they contrast this with the humor and sheer fun found Barnett’s and Brown’s comics. And given recent political events, the satiric Powerman becomes disturbingly prescient.

And on the topic of satire…Andy and Derek next check out the latest work from one of their favorites, Joe Matt. Paid for It is a send-up of Chester Brown’s Paying for It. In it, Matt (writing under the name “Chesty Matt”) basically takes panels from Brown’s original texts, inverts their sequence, and tweaks the story so that it’s the protagonist who becomes the prostitute and the women who are the johns…or janes. It’s not often that we see anything new from Matt, so Paid for It is definitely an event worth noting.

The last part of the episode is devoted to Kilgore’s fall releases: Emi Gennis’s The Plunge: A True Story, Simon Moreton’s What Happened, Tom Van Deusen’s Scorched Earth, and Noah Van Sciver’s Blammo #9. The first is an historical account of the first woman to go over Niagara Falls in a barrel, and a reminder of the gender biases we continue to live under. Moreton’s is an introspective examination of childhood experiences, while Van Deusen’s is an no-holds-barred exposé of a dysfunctional individual, reminiscent of Sacha Baron Cohen and Curb Your Enthusiasm. But the guys save their most vocal praise for the latest issue of Blammo. They’ve discussed Van Sciver’s series on the podcast before, but this latest installment is a truly outstanding issue that stands above in its predecessors.



Comic News Insider Episode 738 – Go Go Go Moana!


Comic News Insider: Episode 738 is now available for free download! Click on the link or get it through iTunes! Sponsored by Dynamic Forces.

Reviews: Donald Quest #1 Masked #1, Super Powers Vol 4 #1, Moana

Jimmy is joined in studio with returning co-host, Jon Hoche! They mourn some losses, chat about Vietgone (the off-Broadway play that Jon is performing in) and Jimmy officially welcomes the Christmas season! News includes: Boom Studios announced a Steven Universe ongoing comic series, Eddie Murphy was almost in a Star Trek film, X-Men Blue and Gold are coming in April, Direct Currents Magazine addresses the bloody Watchmen button, the new Iceman solo comic series from Sina Grace/Alessandro Vitti is coming next spring and more! Big thanks to Rachel for sending in her awesome review of Moana! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us!



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Mayo Report: 2016-10 Comics

John and Sam discuss the sales estimates for the top selling comic books for October 2016.

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