Episode 254: This episode: We are joined by long time friend of the show Art Lyon in the first of two episodes. On this show, we look at his work on Batman Widening Gyre, his views on the work of a colorist, Batman’s interesting history, his upcoming projects and much much more.
We also have a few listener voicemails and emails.
This is a slightly longer episode of CBP in which we recap the Pittsburgh Comicon and talk about Blue Estate #1, G.I. Joe Cobra Civil War #0, Ninjabitch #3, NonPlayer #1, Ultimate Captain America #4, Wingman #1, and X-Factor #218.
Also, Duke came up with a new segment called “The Oh Sh!t Moment”. This week’s contenders, Soulless Strong Guy vs Super Soldier Hammer Fight.
Comic Book Pitt theme music is by Nik Furious. You can find more of Nik’s music on iTunes.
In this episode we talk about Dark Horse Digital App, Graphicly Debuts on Nook Color, a VERY lucky comic book collector and Lex Luthor returns to Smallville. Of course, that also leads into talking about the Superman suit on Smallville. We also talk about the Avengers starting filming. In our comics section we talk about Green Lantern, Green Lantern and Green Lantern. We also have CCL’s Pick of the Week, Prediction Fiction and Jason Dyer’s Rapid Fire Reviews. Hold on tight while we squeeze in both Fanboy Wars AND Fanboy Feedback. You can always call us at 239-244-BUZZ, that’s 239-244-2899!
Network Solutions, the recent host of shatterdaycomics.com somehow managed to lose all of our data. As part of the task of rebuilding Shatterday, we also need to get all of our Shattercast subscribers over to our new servers. Now, as geeky as I am, most of that geek skill is used for remembering comic trivia and not learning how to work ‘the internet’. I think I’ve figured it out. If this brief podcast makes it to your iTunes, then this is a happy day. If not, then somewhere on the Canadian Prairies a man will be swearing kicking things.
Well, it took a little bit, but episode 19 is finally here! After we get through a couple of emails, Superman takes on a new foe, then teams up with Green Arrow to save face, deals with his satanic son(?), and faces off with an Indian medicine man again (sorta!). Plus, we see what else was going on in the DCU this month.
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Next episode, April 1972: Superman #250 and Action Comics #411.
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Welcome back to the show! We’re back with a action packed episode that you’ll want to tell ALL of your friends about!
This episode Mike goes on a rant about the lack of readers on some of his favorite Image titles as well as jumping up and down mad about the future of HAUNT. We then dive into reviews and cover more books than we’ve ever covered before. And then we finish up with a great email from Louis Kwok that ended up awarding him with a prize! You’re jealous I know!
Bob Bretall is joined by DC inker Dave Beaty to discuss the early days of Moon Knight, from his beginning in Werewolf by Night through the initial teaming of Doug Moench & Bill Sienkiewicz as a back-up in The Hulk magazine.
SUPERMAN 125, November 1958, was published around September 18, 1958. It contained 32 pages for the cover price of a dime. The editor was Mort Weisinger, and the cover was pencilled by Curt Swan and inked by Stan Kaye. All three stories in this issue were written by Jerry Coleman, and were reprinted in SUPERMAN: THE MAN OF TOMORROW ARCHIVES vol. I and SHOWCASE PRESENTS: SUPERMAN vol. I. This issue was previously discussed back in EPISODE 126: ACTION COMICS 125 & SUPERMAN 125: http://supermanfanpodcast.mypodcast.com/2010/05/Episode_126_ACTION_COMICS_125_SUPERMAN_125-307795.html .
– LOIS LANE’S SUPER DREAM (8 pgs.) drawn by Kurt Schaffenberger. This story was also reprinted in LOIS LANE ANNUAL 1, Summer 1962, June 7, 1962.
– CLARK KENT’S COLLEGE DAYS (10 pgs.) drawn by Al Plastino. This story was also reprinted in THE GREATEST SUPERMAN STORIES EVER TOLD.
– SUPERMAN’S NEW POWERS (8 pgs.) pencilled by Wayne Boring and inked by Stan Kaye. This story was also reprinted in SUPERMAN ANNUAL 7, Summer 1963, June 13, 1963, celebrating Superman’s Silver Anniversary.
ACTION COMICS 246, November 1958, September 30, 1958, also contained 32 pages and sold for a dime. Mort Weisinger was the editor, and the cover was pencilled by Curt Swan and inked by Stan Kaye.
– Superman: KRYPTON ON EARTH (13 pgs.) written by Otto Binder, pencilled by Wayne Boring and inked by Stan Kaye.
– Congo Bill: THE KING OF CAGES (6 pgs.) written by Jack Miller and drawn by Howard Sherman.
– Tommy Tomorrow: DESTINATION UNKNOWN (6 pgs.) written by Otto Binder and drawn by Jim Mooney.
Elsewhere in DC Comics, 32 titles carried the November or November/December 1958 cover date, including the 1958 issue of RUDOLPH THE RED NOSED REINDEER 9, published around September 30, 1958. For more information about Rudolph’s comic book history, listen to GOLDEN AGE OF COMIC BOOKS – DECEMBER 23, 2007 – 55 podcast, hosted by Bill Jourdain: http://goldenagecomics.org/wordpress/2007/12/23/golden-age-of-comics-books-december-23-2007-55/ .
Next Week: SUPERMAN FAMILY COMIC BOOK COVER DATED OCTOBER 1955: SUPERMAN’S PAL JIMMY OLSEN 8!
In 2 Weeks: SUPERMAN COMIC BOOK COVER DATED DECEMBER 1958: ACTION COMICS 247!
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