View from the Gutters #154 — Gladstone’s School for World Conquerors

This week on View from the Gutters our topic work is Gladstone's School for World Conquerors, by Mark Andrew Smith and Armand Villavert Jr. Set in a top secret school for young and aspiring super-villains (themselves predominantly the offspring of super-villains), the series follows the hijinks and adventures of a group of students. All is—as is so often the case—not quite as it seems, as unbeknownst to the children a secret accord keeps the peace between heroes and villains, and not everyone is happy with this status quo. This series is fun, colorful, and great for younger readers—but contains more serious content as well. Readers familiar with animated series such as The Venture Bros. and Teen Titans will be on familiar ground. For our next episode we will be reading My Friend Dahmer. Our hosts for this episode are Tobiah Panshin, Kit Deforge, Kayleigh Fleeman, Joe Preti, and Brant Gillihan-Eddy.

#482 Peanuts: A Twentieth-Century Classic

Lucy pulls away the football Charles Schulz's Peanuts is one of the most beloved comic strips of the 20th century. But while some prefer the hilariously cruel and despairing tone of the first half of the series, it seems that the public perception of Peanuts is more in line with the cute, commercial tone it took on in its second 25 years. This week Tim and Kumar come back to Peanuts, more than seven years after reviewing the Schulz bio, to delve more into the strip itself. What is the nature of the Peanuts kids? What motivates them? How does Peanuts (especially in its first half) fit an existentialist view of the world? Also discussed: the recent movie — what was good or bad. Was showing the Little Red Haired Girl a good idea? Plus, a nod to a few of Schulz's more interesting panel compositions, and, what Peanuts strip does Tim want on his wall? Deconstructing Comics site

Comics in the Golden Age Mini Episode 2: Frank Miller’s The Spirit

Comics in the Golden Age Mini Episode 2

Chris gives a quick review of Frank Miller's film adaptation of The Spirit!

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Weekly Comics Spotlight #442: 2016-01-27

John Mayo and Drew discuss DEATHSTROKE #14 by DC, MOON GIRL AND DEVIL DINOSAUR #3 by Marvel and FAITH #1 by VALIANT. Time Codes: 00:00 Intro 00:44 DC: DEATHSTROKE #14 07:32 Marvel: MOON GIRL AND DEVIL DINOSAUR #3 16:15 Other: FAITH #1 [VALIANT] 25:28 General discussion 44:25 Next Week Promo 44:35 Wrap up 45:05 End of episode. Links: Discount Comic Book Service: Comics Podcast Network: League of Comic Book Podcasts: Email us at Join the discussion on our forum at: This podcast episode originated on the Comic Book Page website:

Raging Bullets Episode 458 : A DC Comics Fan Podcast

Episode 458: More DC Rebirth Rumors, TV Crossovers, DC TV Part 2! Sean and Jim talk the latest DC Rebirth  Rumors, Arrow, Flash and more. Listener voicemails return next episode! Show Notes: 0:00 Show opening,,,,,,,, show voicemail line 1-440-388-4434 or drnorge on Skype,and more. Show contact info and web site: 3:35 News and TV chat 1:31:15 Closing We’ll be back next week with our next episode.  Check, Twitter and our Facebook group for regular updates. Visit our web site.

Crisis On Infinite Midlives Show Episode 102: In Blackest G’nort

CrisisOnInfinideMidlivesPodcastLogo_300x300It's been a couple of weeks since DC Comics Co-Publishers Dan DiDio and Jim Lee tweeted their first teasers toward something called "Rebirth," and  since then, there has been, well, absolutely no concrete hard news whatsoever. But what there are are rumors. Many, many rumors. From where did the rumors originate? Who knows? But rumors there be, about book cancellations, creative team changes, new books, new first issues, and partial to total reboots. So we talk about them, kick around which sound like good ideas, which seem like terrible mistakes, and wind up in a short-term, love-hate bromance with Dan DiDIo. We also discuss:
  • Batman: Europa #4, written by Matteo Casali and Brian Azzarello, with art by Gerald Parel, and:
  • Spider-Man #1, written by Brian Michael Bendis, with art by Sara Pichelli!
And, the usual disclaimers:
  • We record this show live to tape, with minimal editing. While this might mean a looser comics podcast than you are used to, it also means that anything can happen. Like finding a very valid, but... shall we say, alternative, use for your comics.
  • This show contains spoilers. While we try to shout out warnings ahead of time, be aware that you might find out that Batman talks like Phillip Marlowe, and why that's maybe not a great idea.
  • This show contains adult, profane language, and is therefore not safe for work. You want your boss to find out what "Gank the wingman" means? Then get some headphones.
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Weird Science DC Comics Podcast Ep 57: Who Else Seen Da Leprechaun Say Yeah!

Leprechaun-say yeah It was a down week for books and after getting yelled out all week about review scores, Jim was pretty depressed.  That means one thing...The Mobile Leprechaun.  Yes, nothing brings a smile to Jim and Eric's face quicker than a little, "Who Else Seen Da Leprechaun Say Yeah!"  It carries them through this long ass episode where they break down all the books, talk DC Comics news, get yelled at in the listener mail and try to have a good time.  Enjoy!
DC Comics Reviewed: Batman and Robin Eternal #18, Batman Beyond #9, Detective Comics #49, Green Lantern #49, Action Comics #49, Swamp Thing #2, Green Arrow #49, Batgirl #48 and Midnighter #9

Ryan "Brightest Daycare" Clark's Other Side Review: Deadpool & the Mercs for Money #1

Reggie's Recklessness: What's Up With Rebirth?

Digital Spotlight: Wonder Woman '77 #14

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Secret Identity Podcast Issue #709–Star Trek and Swamp Thing

Secret Identity Podcast What’s New? DC “Rebirth” coming this spring Comics: The Hangman #2 Swamp Thing #1 Star Trek #53 Red Hood/Arsenal #7 Saturday Matinee: Superman (1978) Liner Notes: Queensryche concert Megadeth--Dystopia Send comments to OR leave us a voicemail at 860-698-0468. Check out for all things Secret Identity.

Arc Reactions – 43 – Deadpool: Merc With A Mouth

We cover Deadpool - Merc With A Mouth this month. This is a story where Deadpool is hired to retrieve his own zombified head and of course it doesn't go smoothly. This 13-issue series is from 2009-2010 and involves time travel, the Savage Lands, and a blimp.

Talking points ------------------   BAD THINGS ------------------- Depection of women (19:27) Plot (54:53)   GOOD THINGS --------------------- Humor (1:03:56) Homage covers (1:11:20)   FINALE ----------- Deadpool (1:13:20)   If you would like to download the episode, right click and Save As ARP-43-MercWithAMouth.mp3 As mentioned in the episode ----------------------------------- Episode 34 - The Wake Episode 35 - Billy Love Nibbles Darth Jar Jar Theory I was unable to find the link to the specific article I read about the Jason Todd as the Joker theory that I mentioned in the episode.
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Superman Fan Podcast Episode 335 Part II: Superman Family Comic Cover Dated September 1961: World’s Finest Comics #120!

[caption id="attachment_46478" align="aligncenter" width="206"]World's Finest Comics 120, September 1961! World's Finest Comics 120, September 1961![/caption] Download Episode 335 Part II! First, I'd like to welcome a new podcast to the Silver Age neighborhood: GIANT SUPERMAN PODCAST, hosted by Jon M. Wilson and Bob Fisher, also available on iTunes! WORLD'S FINEST COMICS 120, September 1961, was published around July 18, 1961. It contained 32 pages still for the cover price of only a dime. Jack Schiff was the editor, and the cover was pencilled by Curt Swan and inked by Sheldon Moldoff. - THE CHALLENGE OF THE FACELESS CREATURES (13 pgs.), written by Jerry Coleman and drawn by Jim Mooney. This story has also been reprinted in SHOWCASE PRESENTS: WORLD'S FINEST vol. II. - Tommy Tomorrow starred in the seven page story titled, THE WEAPONS THAT BOOMERANGED, written by Jack Miller and drawn by Jim Mooney. - Green Arrow and Speedy were featured in the six page story, THE DEADLY TROPHY HUNT, written by Ed Herron and drawn by Lee Elias. This story was also reprinted in SHOWCASE PRESENTS: GREEN ARROW vol. I. Also highlighted in this episode were the issue's ads and other features. If you are curious about the ads for Tootsie Roll Fudge which were published during this era of DC Comics, check out this 1950's TV commercial. Elsewhere in DC Comics, 28 titles carried the September or September/October 1961 cover date, according to Mike's Amazing World Of DC Comics. Next: SUPERMAN FAMILY COMIC BOOKS COVER DATED OCTOBER 1961: PART I: SUPERMAN'S GIRL FRIEND LOIS LANE 28 & PART II: SUPERMAN'S PAL JIMMY OLSEN 56!

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Comic Book Central – Episode #110: Alex Désert

[caption id="attachment_46472" align="alignnone" width="300"]Flash Back / Flash Forward February begins on Comic Book Central! We're off to a fast start with actor Alex Désert from the original Flash TV series AND The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes! ‪#‎ShareTheLair‬ #ComicBookCentral #Flash #AlexDesert #JohnWesleyShipp #Avengers #NickFury #DC #Marvel #Comics #ComicBooks #Becker Subscribe to the show in iTunes: Subscribe to the show on Blubrry: Listen to the show via Stitcher: "Like" Comic Book Central on Facebook: Follow Comic Book Central on Twitter: email: Flash Back / Flash Forward February begins on Comic Book Central! We're off to a fast start with actor Alex Désert from the original Flash TV series AND The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes!
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Wayne’s Comics Podcast #214: Bob Salley, Marcelo Bravo, Alex Lobato

Wayne Hall, Wayne’s Comics, Salvagers, Bob Salley, Think Alike Productions, Klandarian pirates, Brigby, George Acevedo, Wreck Raiders, Starlight Tavern, Chris Genevois, Marcelo Bravo, Prymal, Alex Lobato, Max Hunter, Dark Side Global, Redux by Proxy, robot, Gargoyle Girl, Maelstrom Comics,

It’s a special week here at the Wayne’s Comics Podcast, as we talk about two currently ongoing Kickstarter projects you can help support! First up is Bob Salley from Salvagers, who's Salvagers #5 project came to an end Tuesday, February 2, at 5:06 p.m. We discuss his popular series, including a new set of villains he’s introducing to the series as well as other things we might see in this second go-round of this popular sci-fi franchise! Then I chat with Marcelo Bravo and Alex Lobato about their double-barreled project focusing on Gargoyle Girl and Redux by Proxy, teaming up Maelstrom Comics and Dark Side Global. They talk about how you can support both books before their Kickstarter concludes on Sunday, February 21, at 9:31 p.m. EST. I highly recommend both Kickstarters so you can help support excellence in independent comics! Don’t miss this landmark episode!  

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TMG_Cast-Comics Podcasting on the Edge of Civility-Episode 227-Episode 227 “I’ll Take My Bruce Back, Thanks”

TMGcastCCC_web_banner_grey_2         The Rev complains about reading Neuromancer, it not being his own cuppa.  TechJedi mentions The Jessica Drew show.  Tech continues his downward spiral of despair on the portrayal of Batman in Batman v Superman. The we do a back and forth about the properness of criticizing books when you can't take criticism about your books. Eventually we get to DC's all the way back from October. We start with Bizarro 5, which amazes us month to month. Breaking into Area 51 turns out about as well as you'd expect. STARFIRE 5 has Kori meeting a cancer sucking man who seems to have killed, and has a job interview. It's complete adorable storytelling. DETECTIVE 45 has Bruce visited by the Leageu to see if they can help his memories. Tectch attempts to take down the Bat Blimp, with Jim joining up the JLA. WONDER WOMAN 45 brings us the confrontation between Aegeus and Strife and Diana. Donna's nice day tooling around London is marred by violence. BATGIRL 45 is kind of a filler issue, although it's well enough done for all that. Dick shows up for precisely no goddamned reason. SINESTRO 16 Black Adam guest stars as the two most imperious forces in the DC Universe contest their wills if not their force. The Bishop of the Paling is quite a surprise. BATMITE 5 is slightly more fun than the other issues, and is a pretty clear commentary on revamping characters, just like last ish was a commentary on static fan bases. SUPERMAN 45 takes a really bad turn; a down and out Clark finds the WWE of the Gods. Eww. BATMAN 45 pleases me with the scenes of Bruce in the cave. 30,000 seems a pretty high number though. JL 3001 #5 shows us Guy rooming with a Starro-and I'll leave it there. We end everything traditionally with Astro City 28 Wolfspider is the latest in an amazing string of somewhat one-off characters that are so full and complete in one single issue that the rest of the comics universes really need to see what Busiek has to say and start thinking what they can do to give us some real characters. Come check us out on Facebook, twitter @TMG_Cast, leave us voicemail at 275 533 4910 and mail us at

Minority Report Season 1

John Mayo and Kay Kellam have a spoiler filled discuss about the first season of Minority Report. Links: Last Ship @ Discount Comic Book Service: Comics Podcast Network: League of Comic Book Podcasts: Email us at Join the discussion on our forum at: This podcast episode originated on the Comic Book Page website: