Secret Identity Podcast Issue #521–Green Lantern and Witch Hunter

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Bing Con 2013 Announced! (
Star Wars Rebels announced
Garfield plays b-ball as Spidey

Green Lantern #20
Witch Hunter #12

Boob Tube / Big Screen
Hemlock Grove
The Office
Star Trek: Into Darkness

Summer Watching Project
Eureka–Before I Forget

Creator Spotlight: Matt Berry
Matt spoke with the creator of Mattman: Dinosaur Hunter at Boston Comic Con 2012. To check out he comic, head over to

Episode #271: Metropolis, Here We Come!

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The 35th Annual Superman Celebration will occur Thursday, June – Sunday, June 9, 2013. This episode previews the schedule for the four day event. Also available in .pdf format is the Superman Celebration Program Book. While I don’t mention every event for the Celebration, I do highlight the ones which catch my interest.

Previously, I covered Metropolis, Illinois way back in Episode 26, for the week of July 2, 2008. I covered both the history of the Superman Celebration and of the town itself.
In Episode 120, for the week of April 24, 2010, I covered the special edition of the METROPOLIS PLANET which was published Thursday, June 28, 1973, and commemorated the opening of the Amazing World Of Superman museum which only lasted a few years. This was the earliest Superman Celebration for Metropolis. It only lasted a few years, if my information is correct. In 1978, what is now known as the Superman Celebration first began, and has occurred every year since.
After my Superman Celebration coverage for this podcast, we will return to our journey through the time barrier to explore the silver age adventures of Superman: SUPERMAN FAMILY COMIC BOOKS COVER DATED APRIL 1959: SUPERMAN’S GIRL FRIEND LOIS LANE 8 & SUPERMAN’S PAL JIMMY OLSEN 36!
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W.I.P. # 208 – Killer Runs

On this episode: New books, A look back at Star Trek 2 & some essential comic runs.

Hey Kids, Comics! Vol2 22 Spider-Man Blue


In an episode decidedly less Blue than the last few weeks, Micheal and Andrew turn their to attention to one of the three colours trilogy – No, not the arty French films but the comic book series by Jeph Loeb & Tim Sale; Spider-Man Blue. Marvel at proper storytelling, glourious sequential art and an actual narrative! Listen as Jazz standards float around your head as we explore love, loss and smacking people upside the head!



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Optimus Prime Douche-truck, fat narcissists and Doctor Who: “Thunderingly Racist”

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Oh dear….. It’s quite a pleasant affair here….. HAHA! F*ck that! A HUGE show here. Let’s check it out!


Channel ten doesn’t fail to disappoint with shitting on their own points and sh*tting out terrible programs

UFP Crew Questions

–          Justin Beiber becoming the new Chris Brown

–          “What if” scenarios involving Chrissie Swan

–          Comic books that will never be adapted into movie

–          Fave 80s movies

–          Amanda Bynes falling further and further into the deep end

–          “What if” scenario involving Disney buying DC Comics

–          Inkers involved in comics

–          Australian Urban Legends

Haley Morris-Cafiero: Fat narcissist and lonely c*nt

Aaron Fotheringham rules

The Great Gatsby Review – VERY slight spoilers


NERD NEWS! at 1hr 15mins


Christopher Lee’s celebrates his 91st Birthday by releasing a metal album


Trask Industries revealed by Bryan Singer to be included in Days of Future Past

DC’s “Villains Month” updates/follow up titles and inclusion of David Finch

Joss Whedon summons Saoirse Ronan as The Scarlett Witch

Neil Gaiman…. ACTING via Blood Kiss Kickstarter

Jim Jarmusch’s new vampire film, Only Lovers Left Alive

Sam Mendes back on board for the next Bond film

Francesco Francavilla’s “Batspoiltation”

Damon Lindelof apologises for nothing

Optimus Prime: Fast and the Furious Douche-Truck

Doctor Who is “Thunderingly Racist”

E3 2013 anticipated releases

Shinji Mikami’s The Evil Within

Teaser trailer for Sonic: Lost World

More problems with Xbox One

Blizzard’s under wraps release

Wolfenstien reboot fans were asking for

Leprechaun reboot NO ONE was asking for



He’s Got Issues #70: New Comics 5/29/13

First Five:
1) X-Men #1
2) Wolverine And The X-Men #30
3) Morning Glories #27
4) Thief Of Thieves #14
5) The Wake #1 (Of 10)

Top Ten:
6) Avenging Spider-Man #21
7) Savage Wolverine #5
8) New Avengers #6
9) Uncanny X-Force #5
10) Batman The Dark Knight Annual #1, $4.99

Best of the Rest:
Adventures Of Superman #1
Catwoman Annual #1
Earth 2 Annual #1
Justice League Of America #4
Red Hood And The Outlaws Annual #1

Captain America #7
Gambit #13
Indestructible Hulk #8
Morbius The Living Vampire #5

Deathmatch #6

Danger Girl Trinity #2 (Of 4)
Star Trek #21

Clone #7
Lost Vegas #3 (Of 4)
Mind The Gap #10

All-New X-Men Volume 2 Here To Stay HC (Premiere Edition)
Spider-Man 2099 Volume 1 TP (New Printing)
Superior Spider-Man Volume 1 My Own Worst Enemy TP
Thor God Of Thunder Volume 1 The God Butcher HC (Premiere Edition)


He’s Got Issues #70: Marvel Comics #15, 5/29/13

Avenging Spider-Man #21
Captain America #7
Dark Avengers #190 (Final Issue)
Fury MAX #12
Gambit #13
Indestructible Hulk #8
Iron Man #258.4
Morbius The Living Vampire #5
New Avengers #6
Savage Wolverine #5
Uncanny X-Force #5
Venom #35
Wolverine And The X-Men #30
X-Men #1

All-New X-Men Volume 2 Here To Stay HC (Premiere Edition)
Avengers The Complete Collection By Geoff Johns Volume 1 TP
Captain Universe The Hero Who Could Be You #1
Deadpool Volume 1 Dead Presidents TP
Doctor Strange The Oath TP (New Printing)
Marvel Noir Spider-Man Punisher TP
Punisher Enter The War Zone TP
Spider-Man 2099 Volume 1 TP (New Printing)
Superior Spider-Man Volume 1
My Own Worst Enemy TP
Thor God Of Thunder Volume 1 The God Butcher HC (Premiere Edition)
Ultimate Comics X-Men By Brian Wood Volume 1 TP


He’s Got Issues #70: DC Comics #15, 5/29/13

Adventures Of Superman #1
Batman The Dark Knight Annual #1
Catwoman Annual #1
Earth 2 Annual #1
Injustice Gods Among Us #5
Justice League Of America #4
Red Hood And The Outlaws Annual #1
Smallville Season 11 Special #1
The Wake #1 (Of 10)

Absolute Top 10 HC
Batman Noir Eduardo Risso HC (Deluxe Edition)
Lucifer Volume 1 TP
New Teen Titans Omnibus Volume 3 HC
Phantom Stranger Volume 1 A Stranger Among Us TP
Superboy Volume 2 Extraction TP
Watchmen HC (Deluxe Edition)


He’s Got Issues #70: Independents #15, 5/29/13

Adventure Time Annual #1
Clive Barker’s Next Testament #1 (Of 12)
Deathmatch #6

Amala’s Blade #2 (Of 4)
Angel And Faith #22
B.P.R.D. Vampire #3 (Of 5)
Dragon Age Until We Sleep #3 (Of 3)
King Conan The Hour Of The Dragon #1 (Of 6)
Last Of Us American Dreams #2 (Of 4)

Green Hornet Legacy #37
Jennifer Blood First Blood #5 (Of 6)
Red Sonja #76
Shadow Year One #3 (Of 10)
Warlord Of Mars #25

Danger Girl Trinity #2 (Of 4)
Doctor Who Prisoners Of Time #5 (Of 12)
G.I. JOE #4
Godzilla #12
Jericho Season 4 #3 (Of 5)
Jinnrise #5 (Of 5)
Kill Shakespeare The Tide Of Blood #4 (Of 5)
My Little Pony Micro-Series #4 (Of 6)(Fluttershy)
Popeye Classics #10
Star Trek #21
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #22
Transformers More Than Meets The Eye #17
Transformers Prime Beast Hunters #1

Chew #34
Clone #7
Elephantmen #48
Five Weapons #4 (Of 5)
Lost Vegas #3 (Of 4)
Mind The Gap #10
Morning Glories #27
Thief Of Thieves #14


CBL011 CBL: The Digital Ribbon of Podcasts

An episode fraught with Internet issues the guys start with helping Harold with some computer issues before talking about the Steam Sale and Chad rambles on about of some DC Zero issues, two books from the upstart comic company Marvel, V for Vendetta, and we once again talk about Stephanie Brown. Mike talks about Hickman’s Avengers and claims to have spent some time as Captain Universe. Bill talks Locke and Key , Manhattan Projects, helps Chad troubleshoot some Comixology problems, and talks about Gotham Central. Harold talks about Justice League: Generations and DC Holiday Specials. The show wraps up with more video game talk and Super Hexagon. All business ideas contained in this recording are trademark pending…

Real Books Don’t Have Batman 5/29/13

This week marks the return of the character you’ve all been waiting for! Not Stephanie Brown, not Cassandra Cain, not Ted Kord… SHAGGY MAN! Hells yes.

Deshawn’s new show Sequality first episode

This week we review:
Adventures of Superman #1 (1:55)
The Wake #1 (out of 10) (3:45)
Justice League of America #4 – The Return of the Shaggyness (6:50)
Earth-2 Annual #1 (10:50)


Sequential Underground #67

The podcast by indie comics creators for indie comics creators!

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After Shawn Atkins recaps his experience at last weekend’s Pittsburgh Comic Arts Festival, he talks to Nick Marino about keeping long ongoing comics fresh and exciting for himself as creator.

Gello ApocalypseShawn keeps it fresh by staying flexible and experimenting.

For years, Shawn has told the story of Kat and Pryor in Gello Apocalypse. He’s kept things fresh by letting the art and storytelling of the comic grow along with him, going from short black and white stories to long multi-part tales in color. Plus, he likes to have fun and experiment, trying out new sequential tricks.

Super HatersNick couldn’t keep it fresh! He got burned out by the format.

Nick Marino, on the other hand, couldn’t maintain his mojo on Super Haters. While the webcomic lives on as sporadic short stories, the long-term narrative became a drag. Nick got tired of the daily grind and the comics’s constrictive format.

Explorers of the UnknownShawn kept the punch in his comics by finding a collaborator.

But burnout doesn’t have to happen to you! When Shawn needed a kick in the pants on Explorers of the Unknown, he invited his friend Seth Fronzoli to join him as a co-plotter and scripter. He maintains his excitement by asking his collaborator to surprise him with the scripts.

Breaking the 4th Wall – Episode 20

This week we start out with a tangent about podcasts that we like, and then we cover lots of books, including Occupy Comics, The Bounce, Accelerators, Batman Lil Gotham, Miniature Jesus, Sex, Green Team, Lobster Johnson, Five Ghosts: The Haunting of Fabian Gray, Nowhere Men, The Deep Sea, All Star Western, Aquaman,  Avengers, Daredevil, Green Lantern, Justice League , Uncanny Avengers, and Young Avengers.

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Pop Media Savant Episode 82: Movie Talk: Summer Movie Spotlight Part 1

This week it is all about the summer movies this is part one of my summer movie spotlight series. I will discuss and review in detail the first crop of summer blockbusters starting with Iron Man 3, Star Trek: Into Darkness and Fast and Furious 6. Enjoy!

Star Trek: Into Darkness

John Mayo and Kay Kellam discuss the recently released Star Trek: Into Darkness film.

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