Comic Tube Episode 26: Wolverine and The X-Men Premiere

Leroy Brad and John review the american 2-part season premiere of Wolverine and The X-Men.

0:00 – Show Opening

8:14 – News; Watchmen Settlement, Dark Knight Nominated for Oscars, Where is brad’s G.I Joe trailer?

23:01 – Wolverine and The X-Men: Hindsight Part 1 and 2 (Spoilers)

56:12 – Show Closing

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Cammy’s Comic Corner – Episode 65 (1/30/09)

Whatta show!  From Gerard Way and Gabriel Ba comes The Umbrella Academy: Dallas #3 (Dark Horse).  Fast Five picks include Batman #685 (DC), Nova #21 (Marvel), Battlefields: Dear Billy #1 (Dynamite Entertainment), Blue Beetle #35 (DC), and New Avengers #49 (Marvel).

Hazel and Cha-Cha, Ego the Living Planet, and Khaji-Da make this week fantastic!

Comics on Comics Radio #1: Joshua Dysart

Comics on Comics returns with our brand new radio show! Host Sax Carr welcomes comics scribe Joshua Dysart (Unknown Soldier, B.P.R.D. 1947) along with Asterios Kokkinos (Cracked Magazine, NPR’s Marketplace), Steven Saunders (Secret Cross) and Blair Marnell (Wizard Magazine) for our inaugural audio podcast!


This week, our panel kicks the corpse of Frank Miller’s The Spirit, takes a last look at the Watchmen lawsuit, and examines the many deaths of the Wasp, Marvel’s Dark Reign, the non-death of Batman in R.I.P. and Final Crisis before getting the latest details of B.P.R.D and Unknown Soldier from Dysart.


Also, stay tuned at the end of the show for details on how you can win a free graphic novel or trade paperback of your choice from, courtesy of your friends at!


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Comic Couch Episode 34


First: Go Check Out Jarrod’s New Short Film!

Alrighty then…This week we review a bunch of books, I yell at Patrick for a good 10 minutes, and we try to wrap our heads around Grant Morrison’s Madness/Genius that is Final Crisis and it’s respective tie ins. This weeks picks were Mysterious The Unfathomable #1, Highlander Origin: The Kurgan #1, Dark Avengers #1 and Thunderbolts #128.

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Just Another Fanboy – Episode 112


This Isn’t Really An Episode

So this week you have about 2 minutes and some odd seconds of Steeven telling you why there isn’t an episode this week, plus a really bad joke.

And hey, let’s face it, this episode actually has more music than Steeven, but you might as well listen, it’s not like you have anything better to do.

OK, you probably do have something better to do, but listening will make Steeven feel better about his self esteem.

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CNI 176 – Lost Recap

Reviews: Dark Avengers #1, Mysterius the Unfathomable #1

Jimmy is deathly sick with the small pox or plague while Joe brags of his clean bill of health. Jimmy has another run in with a hot girl asking for blow and Joe wonders why this keeps happening. News includes Harvey Pekar’s opera, comics recession, Roddenberry’s ashes, Torso in limbo and more. In lieu of the planned interview with Michael Emerson (Benjamin Linus on LOST), the boys give a recap and their thoughts on the 2 hour season premiere last week. Michael will definitely appear within the next few weeks as his shooting schedule clears up.

Too Old to Grow Up! – Episode 46 – Retro Gaming Series: NES

After the video game crash of the early 1980s, the Nintendo Entertainment System ushered in a new era of gaming.  We take a look at the history and games of the NES in the second installment of our Retro Gaming Series.TOtGU Logo

Awesomed By Comics Podcast, Episode #32

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This (late, apologies) episode of Awesomed By Comics is brought to you by Two and a Half Men! Two and a Half Men! Two and a Half Men! who, it must be said, have done it again. Evie and Aaron freak out a little over X-Factor #39, and strenuously respect but deny Peter David’s request not to spoil it. As a result of all this Dark Crisis Faces of Death Evil Reign of Bad stuff being a big downer during this new real-world era of Hope and Change (and bankruptcies and layoffs), Marvel’s delightful all-ages books win big, although Dan Slott also gets major points for bringing actual Avengers back to an Avengers book.

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Weekly Comics Spotlight #075: 2009-01-14

John Mayo and Bob Bretall discuss Faces of Evil: Promethues #1 by DC, Captain Britain and MI 13 #9 by Marvel and Love and Capes #9 by Maerkle Press.

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00:00 Intro

00:36 Opening comments


10:00 Marvel: CAPTAIN BRITAIN AND MI 13 #9


21:35 Bonus: I Kill Giants #7 [Image Comics]

26:25 General discussion

32:39 Next Week Promo

32:51 Wrap up

33:21 End of episode.


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Comics on Comics #12: Marc Guggenheim &!

Comics on Comics is proud to be the latest member of The Comics Podcast Network!

For those of you who may be unfamiliar with us, Comics on Comics is a live show/video podcast recorded in Los Angeles, where we bring professional stand-up comedians and comic book creators together for a round-table discussion of the latest comic book news. Basically, it’s like Politically Incorrect for comics.

Worlds collide in our twelfth episode, as Comics on Comics teams up with the crew of to wrap up our unforgettable first season!

Host Juan-Manuel Rocha welcomes screenwriter & superstar comic scribe Marc Guggenheim (Amazing Spider-Man, Young X-Men, Eli Stone), Jackie Kashian (Last Comic Standing, The Dork Forest), Chris Mancini (Myopic Visions) and Mike Schmidt (The 40 Year Old Boy) for another round of comics and comedy, filmed at Dream World Comics in Culver City, CA and sponsored by Pirate King!

This week, our panel examines the merits of the upcoming $3.99 increase for monthly comics, delves into Stan Lee’s TV adaptation of novelist Perry Moore’s Hero, Brett Ratner’s Conan film, the relocation of the X-men to San Francisco and wages the ultimate debate: Married Spider-Man vs. Single Spidey! Additionally, Guggenheim gives us a glimpse of his future projects, including the upcoming Green Lantern feature film …

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But in the meantime, you can catch all of our previous episodes for free on iTunes or at the links below:

Comics on Comics #11: Paul Dini & Misty Lee

Comics on Comics #10: Mark Sable Part 1 & Part 2

Comics on Comics #9: Richard Starkings

Comics on Comics #8: Mark Evanier & Gregg Hurwitz

Comics on Comics #7: Greg Weisman

Comics on Comics #6: Christos Gage

Comics on Comics #5: David Gerrold & Tone Rodriguez

Comics on Comics #4: Wendy Pini

Comics on Comics #3: Geoff Johns

Comics on Comics #2: Mike Wellman

Comics on Comics #1: Brian Lynch

Comics on Comics #1/2: Sacha Borisich

Comics on Comics #0: Joshua Dsyart.

Raging Bullets Episode 149 : A DC Comics Fan Podcast

Episode 149: The Raging Oscars begin in the first of a 2 part segment. This episode focuses on the DCU of 2008. What were our best of the best? What trends did we enjoy? We also have some listener voicemails and a blooper reel segment that involves Jim’s alter ego, Bridgeman.

Show Notes:

0:00 Show opening,,,, our ongoing contest (, New York Comic Con, show voicemail line 1-440-388-4434 or drnorge on Skype,and more.
8:00 Raging Oscars DCU
2:30:30 Listener Voicemails
2:54:51 Show closing
3:01:21 Blooper Reel : The adventures of Bridgeman

We’ll be back next week with episode 150. Check and the forum for regular updates.
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Cammy’s Comic Corner – Episode 64

Bloody good week for comics! Leading the pack, we have from Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis Green Lantern #37 (DC). Fast Five picks include Conan The Cimmerian #7 (Dark Horse), Doctor Doom And The Masters Of Evil #1 (Marvel), Battlefields: The Night Witches #3 (Dynamite Entertainment), Dark Avengers #1 (Marvel), and Air #6 (Vertigo).

The Sinister Six, Night Witches, and Hyperprax airships make this week awesome!

Just Another Fanboy – Episode 111

It’s time for the Furious Fanboys to take a look back at 2008 and give thier most humble of opinions on what made thier best lists.

So pull up a sleeping bag, put away the Mystery Date game, gather round the marsh mellows and popcorn, and give this episode a real good listen . . . the delete it, download it once again, and give it another listen.

Lather, rinse, repeat.

Super Fan Spotlight #004: John Jackson Miller

John and Bob talk to comic book fan, journalist and writer John Jackson Miller.


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Catch Da Craze Podcast Episode 132 Jason Kruse


Catch Da Craze Podcast Episode 132 with Jason Kruse

This week on Catch Da Craze Podcast we talk with the World of Quest creator Jason Kruse and review 2008, his animated series, the future and new projects ahead for JK. 


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Join us at the 4th Annual Indy After Party at the NY Comic Con