Jon, Shad, and special guest Keith Dallas discuss Marvel’s Civil War 4. Warning, spoilers galore!
We start off the show with some news and comics podcasts that you might enjoy, then a new segment wherein we will be following a new comic from it’s genesis to its being published. Next up is a Silver Age segment by Bill Jourdain (of the Golden Age of Comics) in which he tells us about Ace the Bat-hound, and finally, if you still feel like listening, a segment discussing digital comics and hardware that can make them a reality.
Wonderful site on the Superman comic strip: The Speeding Bullet
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First of two pages comparing the various tablet and slate PC’s: Tablet PC 2 Comparison chart.
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This week we review Wetworks 1, Astonishing X-Men 17, Union Jack 1 and lots more ranting about Civil War. We also review the premier of Heroes on NBC and the new Legion of Superheroes animated series. We finish up with plenty of good, healthy, weekly comic news for all to enjoy. CNI56
Around Comics Ep. 047
Episode 47 Around Comics A La Carte. This week we clear out the refrigerator and try out a few new segments. Chris plays Five Questions with Tom and Sal. Tom performs a dramatic reenactment of Flash #4. We play some fun voice mails and respond to listener e-mail. As usual we go over the weekly news and give our Top of the Stack reviews and recommendations. Special guest Dave Wachter drops in to say hello and sticks around for the second half.
Kevin’s still chipping away at the Batlimore Con footage, so we’ve got a quick one this week.
In this episode: Kevin’s Advance Reviews; Nick with the news and Mike is still acting strange….
And in a few days…you can experience the Baltimore Comic-con through our eyes!
Tonight, Comic Timing goes to the movies! Well, comic book movies at least. We discuss every comic movie we can think of, meaning we go from the good, to the bad, to the so incredibly awful it makes you want to burn your eyes to stop the images from getting to your brain. Yep, we even mention Catwoman. Along the way, the three of us give our thoughts on how Marvel and DC can keep their franchises alive and kicking, what makes Independent Comic movies special, and we read the thoughts of some of our forum members too.
Next week, Comic Timing celebrates episode 20 as we welcome the artist of Athena Voltaire, Steve Bryant to the show to discuss idependent comics, his career as an artist, and a whole lot more. If you would like to send in questions or comments for us to pass onto Steve, make sure to do so over at firstname.lastname@example.org, and please vote for Comic Timing over at Podcast Alley.
Also, for anyone who wishes to donate to Comic Timing, you can now do so via the donation button on our web site. Anything you can give is greatly appreciated, and there is no pressure to donate, as this is a venture done completely out of passion and desire to talk comics after all.
Thanks to everybody for listening and for downloading, and see you all next week.
Episode 18 of Comic Timing is here, this time with just Matt and I talking comics. We discuss my trip down to Baltimore for the Baltimore Comic Con this past weekend, take a trip from A to Z through the Marvel U, and we go over The Harvey Awards and who they went to this year. Then finally we get into the big announcements of the week that came out of the Marvel Camp this past Monday, including the new writer and artist on Runaways, World War Hulk, and a whole lot more.
We should be back next week with a regular three person panel, and I hope you enjoyed this one too, as it is always fun talking to Matt. Thanks to everybody for downloading the show and for spreading the word, and see you all next week.
Episode 17 of Conic Timing has arrived. This week, Matt S., Chris Chavez, known to some as Equinox, and myself discuss restarts vs. continuity. Should the comic companies stick with their rich histories, or would it be alright for them to reset things every now and then for the sake of new readers, and to refresh the character? It is a fun conversation, and Chris brings a lot to the table here, so I hope everybody enjoys it.
I also hope to see anyone going to Baltimore Comic Con this weekend, as I shall be roaming around on Saturday and Sunday. Should be plenty of fun to be had by all. Also, a reminder that our second 22 Pages will be Superman Confidential #1 by Darwyn Cooke and Tim Sale. Here is a link to the listing on DCBS where you can get it for a low 74 cents.
Thanks for downloading, thanks for listening, and see you all next week.
Variant Edition goes international! Kevin conducts an interview with Wasteland’s Antony Johnston. Witness the magic of the internet.
Also in this episode:
Reviews of X-Men Phoenix Warsong #1, Elephantmen #1-2, Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man #12, Transformers Evolutions #3 and Spider-Man Black, Blue and Red All Over; Mike and Ricky take a close look at the new Bowen Hawkeye statue and the Frankie Raye Nova Bust; Nick’s Radioactive Minute returns with a review of the new Gojira DVD; Mike acts very weird; Plus Nick with the news!
Check out www.variantedition.com for the rest of Kevin’s interview with Antony Johnston. Also be sure to keep an eye out for exclusive website reviews.
Comic Book Noise Gumbo featuring discussions on delays, parties, advice for new comics podcasters, album art, The Noisys, SciFiDig, Comic Geek Speak, Peter Rios, Wizard World Chicago, responsibility, reviews of independent comics, reviews of small press comics, reviews of selfpublished comics, eBay, scripts and overviews of my comic book, transitions and a New Top Five List. 30 minutes
Our Brian K. Vaughan special! Joe and Jimmy review Pride of Baghdad and we discuss the work of Brian K. Vaughan with Blair Butler. Brian joins us for a special interview to discuss all his work and some plans for the future. CNI55
Around Comics Ep. 046
The Greatest Creative Runs in comic book history is the topic of this episode. While the Stan Lee / Jack Kirby Fantastic Four may remain the standard for greatness there are plenty more to talk about. Join us as John Siuntress and Simon MacDonald sit in on the panel as we go through what we consider the best runs in comics. As always we have Wire2Wire Comic Book News and Top of the Stack reviews and recommendations.
Around Comics Ep. 045
The John Byrne interview Part II. Listen in as we continue our talk with comics legend John Byrne. We hear about his relationship with Chris Claremont, why his stay on the All New Atom was so short, and how Kitty Pryde was almost named Thunderbird! Listeners at the store get to ask their questions and some of the answers may surprise you.