Made it to 34 episodes, and still going strong! This episode, Charlie welcomes J David Weter from PADSMASH!, Green Lantern’s Light and Dave’s Amazing World of Superman, as the new, permanent co-host for the show. And the guys waste no time getting into the thick of things, although tangents do slow them down a bit. In this episode, a powerful enemy returns to take on Superman, Leo Dorfman says goodbye to Superman by telling a story that the guys take many issues with, and Metamorpho says goodbye after the Death of Simon Stagg?!? Plus, ads and Elsewhere in the DC Multiverse.
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Make sure to come back in just 2 weeks for the next episode, featuring the return of Billy and his Lynx and a new backup feature in Action Comics.
What would happen if chickens suddenly gained human intelligence? Gerry Alanguilan‘s take on this idea bears little resemblance to, oh say, Foghorn Leghorn. “Funny animal” comics it ain’t! Kumar talks to Gerry about his graphic novel Elmer, along with his earlier work Wasted, and the Philippine comics scene.
What are The Gentlemen NOT talking about in the latest Modern Myth Media Podcast?! Thanks to the insightful questions from our loyal listeners, The Gentlemen discuss when we can expect a trailer for Man of Steel, their preferred approach for a Green Lantern sequel, the critical reception for The Avengers, future Batman directorial candidates, Daredevil’s potential as a TV property, Aquaman, and more!
John Mayo and Bob Bretall discuss FABLES #110 by DC, FEAR ITSELF: FEARLESS #1 by Marvel and COLD WAR #1 by IDW.
00:43 Bonus: FEAR ITSELF #7 [MARVEL]
17:06 Marvel: FEAR ITSELF: FEARLESS #1
26:45 DC: FABLES #110
38:02 Other: COLD WAR #1 [IDW]
46:34 Next Week Promo
46:50 Wrap up
47:20 End of episode.
The rumors of my demise are greatly exaggerated. Lobster Johnson hijacks my show as I nurse the hangover from hell. His Pick Of The Week goes to Mark Waid & Marcos Martin for Daredevil #5 (Marvel). Fast Five picks include Incredible Hulk #1 (Marvel), Journey Into Mystery #630 (Marvel), Captain Swing & The Electrical Pirates of Cindery Island #4 (Avatar), Secret Avengers #18 (Marvel), and Wolverine & The X-Men #1 (Marvel). Spoilers!
Episode 126 is all about the 2011 edition of the New York Comic Con. Now that it has came and went, Brent, Ian and Darrell Taylor of The Taylor Network go over all the news that came out of the show. This includes movies, DC, Marvel, Image, Dark Horse, IDW and more. Darrell and Ian also give some first-hand perspective as they were the ones that attended the show.
For more on New York Comic Con, stay tuned for Episode 127 which will have all the interviews Ian conducted on the floor of the show, as well as some further commentary from friends of the podcast. Also, be sure to check out Episode 66 of The PKD Black Box, where Ian sits in with Shawn Pryor and Donny Salvo to talk about the con.
As always – we are sponsored by DCBS! That’s right! Discount Comic Book Service! This month you can get the entire DCnU for 50% off when you buy all of the issue #4’s – otherwise they are at an astonishing 40% off! And for those of you who have not used DCBS before you can save an additional 8% off your first order via the promo code: CT8. Plus, be sure to check out DCBS’ new Comixology digital store! Here are this month’s Review Corner picks:
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This week on the fastest comics radio program and podcast in the west (east), we welcome the comics creating brother duo of Shane and Chris Houghton. Shane and Chris are the two dudes responsible for Reed Gunther from Image, an all ages western comic about a cowboy and his trusty steed (a bear) as they tackle supernatural monsters and slimy villains. If you have a question for Shane and/or Chris, feel free to post it on our Facebook wall or give us a call in the studio by dialling 506-453-4949.
In episode #56 of the Why I Love Comics podcast, I am joined by Executive Produder and writer on Leverage, John Rogers. We discuss Jackie Chan Adventures, his first draft of the Transformers movie, the 3 years he worked on Catwoman for (the movie) his run on Blue Beetle with Keith Giffen, How awesome Whil Wheaton and Mark Shepard are and just so much more!