Reviews: Captain Marvel #1, Debris #1, X-Treme X-Men Vol. 2 #1, The Walking Dead #100
Still more San Diego Comic Con coverage coming your way! Jimmy sat in on the roundtables for the upcoming Dredd movie and chatted with stars Karl Urban and Olivia Thirlby. He also sat in the first part of the press conference with Morgan Spurlock and managed to get a question in. Plus, he was able to get Saul Rubinek and Allison Scagliotti from Warehouse 13 as well! News includes: Marvel teases new Iron Man series, Marvel’s prose books get audio movies, DC hints at linewide crossover, Steve Rude seeks Indiegogo funds for project and The Hobbit will be 3 films. As always, listener feedback, Top 3 and more! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love!
Hey we’re back to talk comics in what may be our dullest episode in years. Jon, Charlie, and Chris all attempt and fail to entertain as they bring the comic reviews. Chris is talking Debris #1 Charlie’s got more of the same with his DC and Marvel reviews, and Jon apparently forgot what year it was by review The Pro, a book that came out last decade. The jokes are bad, the reviews are worse. This may be our worst episode ever.
00:00:00 – Cold Open
00:03:22 – Debris #1
00:10:53 – Justice League International Vol 1
00:19:29 – Green Lantern #11
00:23:11 – Ghost Busters #11
00:30:09 – Stormwatch Vol 1
00:43:43 – Venom #21
00:48:03 – Snake Eyes #15
00:54:16 – The Pro
01:05:06 – Wolverine & The X-Men #14
Hello faithful listeners! And welcome to Birthday Month here on Superman in the Bronze Age. This time out, I am joined by Billy Hogan (The Superman Fan Podcast) and Jeffery Taylor (From Crisis to Crisis: A Superman Podcast, Green Lantern’s Light) to for part 1 of our extensive coverage one of the most well known Superman stories of all time. This time out, we cover the comic book version of “For the Man Who Has Everything.” But, before we get into that, we see what your responses were to last episode’s super-question and talk a little bit about the Slipstream, the webcomic that Billy and Jeffery created and I get to color (which is available from Clockwork Comics). And finally, J David Weter begins his coverage of the main part of DC Collector’s Edition #7, featuring Superboy and the Legion of Superheroes!
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In this episode we talk to the creative team of the Image comic “Hoax Hunters”. We talk about the origin of the story,the characters as well as the art teams involved in the project. http://hoaxhunterscomic.blogspot.com/ This podcast is sponsored by Friendly Neighborhood Comics http://friendlyneighborhoodcomics.com/ Discount Comic Book Services http://www.dcbservice.com/index.aspx Instock Trades http://www.instocktrades.com/ Join us on the forums at http://www.forumforgeeks.com
What’s your favorite Geoff Johns “New 52” title: Aquaman, Green Lantern, or Justice League? This episode we take a look at the 11th issues of all three and pick our favorite. Why not wait until issue #12, you ask? Cause this is how we roll. Listen in!
This week CBMFP is greeted by a ton of comic to television news that we cover lightly. Then we are joined by the talented Patrick Shand who is writing the new Zenescope title, Robyn Hood! He gives us the skinny as he shares a few sweet details! Comic wise we shoot the breeze about Batman: Earth One, Dark Blue, Bottom of the Ninth, Major Eazy and Lenore, The Cute Little Dead Girl. Oh and we ask the question, What Tears Your Turd Box?
Max Beckman is back for another round of reviews and comic book discussion. We are reading a handful of new minis and ongoings as well as discussing some of our favorite titles from the last two weeks.
Cape Town Comic Discussion
00:10:50 National Comics: Eternity #1: We both loved this one-shot by Jeff Lemire.
00:14:55 Debris #1: Max enjoyed this new mini from Image, but Don thought the art and coloring is the real star.
00:20:18 Axe Cop: President of the World #1: Max is still enjoying the writing of young Malachai Nicolle, but Don is missing the energy of the previous mini.
00:25:24 Captain Marvel #1: While we both enjoyed the first issue, Don doesn’t believe the art fits the new series.
00:31:53 Incredible Hulk #11: This book is breath of the skunk ape fresh air.
00:35:26 Secret Avengers #29: We’re not certain when the story takes place, but we’re digging what Rick Remender is doing on the series.
00:43:22 Captain America #15: Cap’s adventures are winding down, and not feeling entirely fresh any longer.
00:46:09 Wolverine #309: Ivan Brandon delivers a thoughtful Wolverine story (we mistakenly credit Mike Costa’s work in Blackhawks during the episode).
00:51:11 Avengers vs. X-Men #8: The fight continues and we are happy observers.
00:57:44 Red Hood and the Outlaws #11: We continue to enjoy Scott Lobdell’s fun adventure series.
01:02:08 Manhattan Projects #5: If you aren’t reading this book, we may just think less of you.
Cape Town News Discussion
01:06:54 Grant Morrison is moving away from superhero comics.
01:11:28 Captain America is getting a makeover.
01:13:52 Dan DiDio says a linewide crossover may be coming in 2013.
01:16:55 Captain America: The Winter Soldier is going to be “darker and edgier”.
01:20:40 Marvel cancels Thanos: Son of Titan shortly after it was announced.
0:00:45 – Intros & Hulk Hogan & Mole Day!
0:04:40 – Is It Wednesday Yet?*
0:13:00 – Meanwhile . . . Across Town
Read Hard & Put Away Bagged . . . And Boarded
0:20:08 – Double Jumpers #2 (Action Lab)
0:26:20 – Before Watchmen Comedian #2 (DC)
0:30:17 – Incredible Hulk #11 (Marvel)
0:35:26 – Xtreme X-Men #1 (Marvel)
0:38:33 – BPRD Hell on Earth Excorcism #2 (Dark Horse)
0:43:35 – Aquaman #11 (DC)
0:50:28 – I, Vampire #11 (DC)
0:58:07 – Justice League Dark #11 (DC)
1:02:54 – Hitgirl #2 (Icon)
1:05:03 – Amazing Spider-Man #690 (Marvel)
1:09:42 – Wrapup & Outro
*Comics For August 1, 2012
Cardboard GN (Graphix)
Thinktank #1 (Image)
Wheel of TIme #28 (Dynamite Ent)
Higher Earth #3 (Boom)
Hypernaturals #2 (Boom)
First X-Men #1 (Marvel)
Deadpool Kills The Marvel Universe #1 (Marvel)
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In this rerun of an episode originally released January 13th 2011, Micheal and Andrew discuss 2 Bat Classics – THE PLAYER ON THE OTHER SIDE from BATMAN SPECIAL #1 and LAST RITES from 2008. Oh and Micheal falls off a chair. He did that a lot in the early days!
Let us take you back to a time when Andrew didn’t know how to edit and Micheal was uncomfortable in front of a microphone and Marvel at how little has changed as two chancers from the North of England start a podcast. In this inaugral show, Mike and Andrew talk about Superman: Secret Origin as they burst forth onto the TWO TRUE FREAKS INTERNET RADIO NETWORK! This Episode originally aired in January 6th 2011.