The Next Issue: Interview with Jim Rugg

The Next Issue Podcast

For this special edition of the show, Mike sat down with the creators of Afrodisiac and Street Angel: Jim Rugg and Brian Maruca. They talk about Mr. Ed, Marvel Comics, what it’s like to write as a duo, art process, and what small press means to the industry. Jokes are cracked, philosophy is waxed, and Jim finds out that Cable is dead.

AudioShocker Podcast #180.5 – DC Comics Reboot

AudioShocker Podcast
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MOCK TURTLENECKS? Good lord why!?!?! Nick calls out DC Comics and Jim Lee for their fashion-backward Justice League redesigns. Put that in your Project : Rooftop and smoke it, fanboys!!!

ALSO: More on the DC Comics September reboot. Fifty #1 issues? Really? Mad Eater Lad #1? SERIOUSLY???

Chronic Insomnia – Issue # 195 The Mammorial Day Special!

No that’s not a typo, the world’s most absurd comic book podcast celebrates America’s fighting men with mammaries!  Awesome.  Also included: Mike pop quizzes Ryan on all things coital, shocking revelations about Mr. Bloodhound, and why you can no longer call Fluffy your pet.  We also dissect public statements by Dave Finch, Tom Brevoort, Mark Waid, and Stephen Lindsay, which is always fun.  Market Spotlight shines on Coheed, Cambria, and a zombie hating Jesus.  Then we talk about comics for a fairly inappropriate period of time because Ryan likes Detective Comics and The Tattered Man (featuring a mammary enhanced cover by Amanda Connor) at an Olympic level.

The Dream Police are waiting for you to download this episode.  If you like our show make sure to read our very popular blog.  If you like Canadians then I think you better go and hear these guys.  Where Monsters Dwell.  The best pop culture radio show period.  We love these guys and so will you, or your money back.  As always, we love the all of you.

 

Secret Identity Podcast Issue #340–Supernatural and Steve Scott

Topics Covered in This Issue:

Movies / TV News
Star Wars live-action show already filmed
Star Trek 2 could be delayed
World War Z to begin shooting soon
Candyland movie could be epic

Boob Tube / Big Screen Blitzkrieg:
Dr. Who
Supernatural
Simpsons
Bob’s Burgers
All-Star Superman

Summer Watching Project:
Twin Peaks: Rest in Pain

New Releases:
Comics
DVD
Games

Creator Spotlight: Steve Scott
Matt sat down with the artist-turned firefighter-turned artist at New York Comic Con 2010. For more info on Steve, head over to http://www.facebook.com/pages/Steve-Scott-Page/68341648856.

Send comments to sipodcast@comcast.net AND check out www.secretidentitypodcast.com for all things Secret Identity.

The Whole World’s a Stage (Or Screen)

This week, Russ can’t find a co-host but wishes all those still listening a Happy Memorial Day. There are two interviews, one of which is with the cast of Galactic Girl in: Attack of the Starbarians, a stage play being performed June 11th (9pm), 12th (4pm), 15th (7pm) and 30th (9pm) at the Brick Theater in Williamsburg, NY, and the other of which is an old conversation Russ had with James Roday, star of the USA Network show Psych. Psych‘s fifth season comes to DVD this week and includes an extended cut of “Dual Spires,” the show’s Twin Peaks-inspired episode which was the focus of this interview. Music from Twin Peaks, Psych and The Kids in the Hall.

Find out more about Galactic Girl in: Attack of the Starbarians
Buy Twin Peaks
Buy Psych: The Complete Fifth Season on DVD
Buy The Kids in the Hall Megaset (including Death Comes to Town)

This week’s music:
Twin Peaks Theme by Angelo Badalamenti
Theme From Psych by The Friendly Indians
Theme From The Kids in the Hall

V for Vertigo, Episode 105: We Have Heart

This is a short episode this week, but I do cover a lot of ground like the UFC, Majesty, organic food, and culture differences. Listen as my voice gets progressively worse throughout the episode. There was a lot of editing done.

I soldier through and cover The Vinyl Underground: Watching the Detectives (Si Spencer, Simon Gane, Cameron Stewart), which is very similar to every other English comic that takes place in London I’ve read. But it’s better than some, worse than others.

Visit V for Vertigo

A Podcast with Ross and Nick #103

A Podcast with Ross and Nick

Listen to A Podcast with Ross and Nick #103 right now!

EXTREME #34-35! with X-Men ( Season 3, Episode 34 ) and X-Men ( Season 3, Episode 35 ). PLUS: Mega screen caps: OneTwoThreeFourFive.

Then Ross and Nick talk about working from home and clogging toilets. SPECIAL DOUBLE-SIZED POOP EPISODE! Ohhhhh YEAH!

IN 2 WEEKS: X-Men ( Season 3, Episode 36 ) and X-Men ( Season 3, Episode 37 ), X-Men: First Class, and comic book burnout.

Burnt Weiners Episode 074 Strange Tales #1 – Savage Sword #2

 

 

Unable to fulfill his blood oath to the Weiners, Weed is unable to join the discussion this week, but have no fear, Corey is here! No wait, scratch that, be afraid, be very afraid! Weiners still manage to talk about a crap ton of comics!

Into and Outro music:
I Fight Dragons – “I Fight Ganon”
www.ifightdragons.com

0:00:50 – Graveyards, Comic Shops & Lying
0:03:20 – “My Maker & I” Accent UK Preview
0:04:45 – “The Holy Terror” Preview
0:07:55 – Godzilla Kingdom Of Monsters #3 (IDW)
0:10:55 – Scalped TPB 7 Rez Blues (Vertigo)
0:19:37 – Hellraiser #2 (Boom)
0:22:45 – Ultimate 7 (Zyo Comics)
0:26:23 – Journey Into Mystery #1&2 – Corey Remix (Marvel)
0:33:10 – Strange Tales #1 (Vertigo)
0:40:00 – Tattered Man (Image)
0:45:44 – Deep Sleeper HC (IDW)
0:49:27 – Savage Sword #2 (Dark Horse)
0:53:55 – Conan Road of Kings #5 (Dark Horse)
0:55:05 – Conan TPB 10 Irons Shadows In The Moon (Dark Horse)
0:58:03 – Wrap Up And Kicking Corey Off The Show

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Deconstructing Comics #279: Do your comics skills match your ambitions?

Just starting your comics career? Got a story to tell? Are you starting big — maybe too big? Or are you starting really, really small — say, a comic about guys who like to get small?

Tim and Mulele discuss comics from listeners that go to these extremes: City of Walls v. 1 by Shaun Noel and Abede Lovelace, and Hippy Jonny by Ryan S. Dodd.

UPDATE 6/2/11: Here’s a PDF with selected pages from City of Walls. Thanks to Shaun Noel for providing!

Deconstructing Comics site

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Weekly Comics Spotlight #197: 2011-05-18

John Mayo and Bob Bretall discuss BATMAN: GATES OF GOTHAM #1 by DC, ALPHA FLIGHT #0.1 by Marvel and BREED III #1 by IMAGE COMICS.

Time Codes:
00:00 Intro
00:44 DC: BATMAN: GATES OF GOTHAM #1
07:26 Marvel: ALPHA FLIGHT #0.1
13:36 Other: BREED III #1 [IMAGE COMICS]
20:24 General discussion
53:18 Next Week Promo
53:30 Wrap up
54:00 End of episode.

Links:
Discount Comic Book Service: http://www.DCBService.com
Comics Podcast Network: http://www.comicspodcast.com
League of Comic Book Podcasts: http://www.comicbooknoise.com/league/

Email us at TheGuys@ComicBookPage.com

Join the discussion on our forum at: http://forum.comicbookpage.com

This podcast episode originated on the Comic Book Page website: http://www.ComicBookPage.com

Cape Town Community Podcast – Ep. 019 – “No Mo’ Mogo”

Jerry is on a peace seeking mission in a far off galaxy this week, but will return to our airwaves next week. Max Beckman is filling in for out nineteenth episode in which we spend much of our times discussing this week’s “War of the Green Lantern” books, Nick Spencer “Fear Itself” crossovers, and Wolverine titles.  While we are getting a kick out of the Green Lantern titles, we did have some tough-love for DC this week.

The show is embedded below and is now available on iTunes for subscription. Each episode will labeled “podcast” so you can link to previous episodes here on the blog. Refer to the Show Notes after the jump as well as a direct link to download the MP3.

Cape Town Comic Discussion
00:06:39 The Tattered Man #1: What if were Spawn was a great book? Read the Tattered Man!
00:10:16 Green Lantern #66: We’re enjoying the “War of the Green Lanterns”—but are the multiple inkers negatively affecting Doug Mahnke’s artwork?
00:14:39 Green Lantern Corps #60: Oprah and Mogo left us last Wednesday.
00:17:47 Green Lantern: Emerald Warriors #10: Tomasi brings more Guy Gardner goodness—who looks darling in Sapphire.
00:22:39 Secret Avengers #13: Who needs the Avengers when you’ve got Abraham Lincoln?
00:27:53 Iron Man 2.0 #5: Max enjoyed Nick Spencer’s love letter to The Immortal Iron Fist, but Don questions whether the writer is exploring his protagonist enough.
00:31:35 Kirby Genesis #0: While we both enjoyed this issue, it’s difficult to determine how this series will turn out.
00:35:17 Action Comics #901: These are disappointing days for the Last Son of Krypton.
00:39:29 Amazing Spider-Man #662: Don surprises Max by not disliking this issue—but the last scene goes straight into sitcom territory.
00:45:45 Daken: Dark Wolverine #9.1: For Don, Rob Williams’ first issue on Daken is a surprising success.
00:52:02 Wolverine #9: We sure hope you are picking up Jason Aaron’s Wolverine, because this book is flat-out perfect.
00:55:54 Astonishing Spider-Man & Wolverine #6: Logan and Peter return to Earth after a year of excellent adventures by Aaron and Adam Kubert.
Cape Town News Discussion
01:00:08 Geoff Johns and Jim Lee have big announcements to make at the Hero Complex Film Festival on June 11th
01:05:47 DC announced that, after Flashpoint, Geoff Johns is leaving The Flash behind for the foreseeable future.
01:10:18 Rumors surfaced last week that Thanos would appear in The Avengers film.
01:12:57 The X-Men: First Class reviews are in and they are extremely positive!

Cammy’s Comic Corner – Episode 168 (5/29/11)

Third week in a row where no comic has been Pick Of The Week worthy. I commit seppuku to show you how truly sorry I am. Fast Five picks include Green Lantern: Emerald Warriors #10 (DC), Super Dinosaur #2 (Image), American Vampire #15 (Vertigo), FF #4 (Marvel), and Detective Comics #877 (DC).

This episode has been brought to you by, Valkyrie Squadron!

Randumb Idiocy: A conversation with Chris Roberson

 

Superman writer Chris Roberson is my guest this week and we compare comic writers to furries, his work on Stan Lee’s Starborn and how he was chosen to take over Superman for JMS.

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Email the show @ randumbidiocy@gmail.com

 

Randumb Idiocy: A conversation with Brendan Bradley

 

Creator and star of the award winning web series Squatters, Brendan Bradley, makes a return to the show this week. We discuss the webseries Jeff and Ravi Fail History, Squatters and I reveal that I know a little to much about the adult film industry.

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Brendan can be found at http://www.brendanbradley.net/
Follow Brendan on the twitterhttp://twitter.com/brendanAbradley
Watch Squatters at http://squatterstheseries.com/
Watch Jeff and Ravi at http://bit.ly/dW0Oqa
Watch Game Room athttp://www.watchgameroom.com/

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