Weird Science DC Comics Podcast Spotlight: The Flash #21 (The Button Part 2)


Jim and Eric talk all about the Flash #21 this spotlight.  Do they like, love or hate the Button Part 2?  Check it out and find out.  If you like what you hear, turn into their main podcast where they talk every DC book that came out this week…and so much more!

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Critiquing Comics #110: “The Non-Seen” chapter two

The Non-Seen Ch 2

A couple years back we critiqued the first chapter of a Web comic called The Non-Seen, by John Allie. It’s a slightly creepy story about a mysterious book, and the protagonists are kids. Now chapter two is completed, and we’ve been invited to take a look at it. Is the promise of chapter one paying off? Has he changed anything that we found lacking the first time?

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This week we start our coverage of Neil Gaiman’s “Norse Mythology”! We talk about the origins of the universe, and hear a bit about the cosmology of the nine worlds! There’s a giant, a cow, water logged trees, and a little surprise! Don’t miss it!

Comic News Insider Episode 761 – More American Gods w/ Bryan Fuller/Michael Green/Ian McShane/Ricky Whittle/Emily Browning/Yetide Badaki!

Comic News Insider: Episode 761 is now available for free download! Click on the link or get it through iTunes! Sponsored by Dynamic Forces.

Jimmy attended the American Gods press event last week and was part of the roundtables with the creators and cast! In this episode you’ll hear co-showrunners Bryan Fuller and Michael Green. You’ll also hear stars Ian McShane, Ricky Whittle, Emily Browning and Yetide Badaki. They chat about the evolution of the project, their roles, favorite scenes, their hopes for the series and more! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us!



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Final Issue Podcast: Episode 65- What are comics missing?

Issue 1- Guest introduction and Top Cow Kickstarter

Issue 2 – Favorite Evil Organizations

Issue 3 – The art of promoting a book

Issue 4 – What are comics missing?

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Final Issue Podcast Episode 64 – Promoting Artists & Hidden Messages

Issue 1 – Guest Introduction
Issue 2 – X-men Blue hidden messages
Issue 3 – Favorite D-List Spider-Man Villain
Final Issue – Artists recognition

Wayne’s Comics Podcast #277: James Pruett

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In Episode 277 of my Wayne’s Comics Podcast, I talk with creator James Pruett from Scout Comics about his excellent Mindbender series! Be sure not to miss it, now posted at!


Longbox Review 116: A Conversation with Gregg Schigiel, Creator of PIX

I had so much fun chatting with Gregg Schigiel, the creator of PIX: One Weirdest Weekend (v1) and the forthcoming second volume, PIX: Too Super for School, which is available May 3, 2017, at your local comic shop or where finer books are sold. We talked about the publication of PIX through Image Comics, and Gregg answers many questions about PIX v1 (if you want to hear a more in-depth summary of PIX v1, listen to Episode 83). I learned a lot about Gregg’s creative process and his love of bears.

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Blue Beetle And The Question By Steve Ditko.

Since the first half was trashed last time, we start off talking about the Marvel executive who says diversity may have alienated readers, which turns into the price of comics and creating new characters. Rock and roll lawsuits, Batman’s Strangest Cases, Paul Grist and books from the dollar box fills out the remainder.


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Comic News Insider Episode 760 – More American Gods w/ Neil Gaiman!


Comic News Insider: Episode 760 is now available for free download! Click on the link or get it through iTunes! Sponsored by Dynamic Forces.

Reviews: Greatest Adventure #1, Plastic #1, Secret Empire #0, Gotham spring premiere

Jon Hoche joins Jimmy once again to co-host! Another roundtable from the American Gods press event last week in this episode. Neil Gaiman talked about his very hands on involvement of the new TV show, what book he’s working on next, possibilities of a live action Sandman and more! News includes: DC Comics will start a new line of comics called “Dark Matter”, Marvel Legacy will bring back the original numbering on some comics, Locke and Key is coming to Hulu,  the Avatar sequels are finally coming, a live action Teen Titans series is coming to a new DC Comics streaming service, Reggie is getting recast on Riverdale and more! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us!



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Comic Book Savant Episode 334: Comics Talk: Series Spotlight: The Punisher

This week I will discuss the Nathan Edmondson and Mitch Gerads run on The Punisher! I also talk about there other works as well as reviewing there Punisher series with minimal spoilers. Enjoy!

Comics Alternative, Episode 237: Reviews of Star Hawks, Vol. 1: 1977-1978, Street Angel: After School Kung Fu Special, and Godshaper #1

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Nifty Looking Ladies

On this week’s episode Andy and Derek check out the old and the new. They begin with Star Hawks, Vol. 1: 1977-1978, a new collection of Gil Kane and Ron Goulart’s classic newspaper strip. As the guys discuss, this isn’t the first time that Star Hawks has been collected, but this new release from IDW’s Library of American Comics imprint is probably one of the best. Next, they turn to Street Angel: After School Kung Fu Special (Image Comics). This is more of the Street Angel fun you’ve come to expect from Jim Rugg and Brian Maruca. Fans of action comics, especially the old 1970s style martial arts type, will appreciate this one-shot. Finally, the Two Guys wrap up with Simon Spurrier and Jonas Goonface’s Godshaper #1 (BOOM! Studios). As with other Spurrier creations, the premise of this title is rather complicated, but it’s not too top-heavy. The creators are able to pull off this inaugural issue with a satisfying coherency.


Super Hero Speak – #202: Return to Terminal

This week Troy Brownfield and Steve Ekstrom return to the podcast to discuss Terminal. Terminal is a pulp anthology comic book with a little bit of something for every fan. Bringing together some of the best independent writers and artists working in the industry today.  It’s also the start of something big… Imminet Press! We hope you enjoy and please support their Kickstarter.

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For The Love of Indie #24

A big episode for a big week of comics! Listen in to discover:

Helena Crash
Look Straight Ahead
The Dregs
Rachel Rising
Shaolin Cowboy
No World
Kid Savage

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Mayo Report: 2017-03 Behind the Numbers

John and Eric of the Kowabunga Comics and the KowCast go behind the nubmers in this special “Behind the Numbers” episode of the Mayo Report and discuss the process of estimating comic book sales of the top selling comics and trades.

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