Feed It Comics #19 – ‘Emotionally Subnormal’ | A Scent by Alan Moore

Episode 19: ‘Emotionally Subnormal’ | A Scent by Alan Moore
This episode is the official introduction of a new member of our mysterious and blessed cult, Brother “The Riff” RyeFluer. Feed It Comics has thus become the flagship podcast of the Rhymes With Geek podcast network Bwahahaha Bwahahaaha Bwhahahahaaaa!!!

Our twisted story continues, friends, and this show we mercilessly  address several news items, including Alan Moore’s seething hatred for superheroes and their respective fans. Lady Sif visits your sick kid in a hospital and Tom Waits sings duets with Little John. All of this and more comic talk on episode 19 of FEED IT COMICS!

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Topics we cover:

  • Alan Moore Hates You
  • Lady Sif
  • Fight Club Comics
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
  • The Goon
  • Sacrifice
  • Rocket Girl
  • Wolverine and the X-Men
  • Afterlife With Archie vs Ian
  • Ruined Pizzas

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RBDHB: Doctor Who 50th – “Day Of The Doctor”


The longest running sci-fi show of all time gets its just due in “The Day of the Doctor”, the 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who, and we’re both here to geek out about it.

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EMP: Episode 69 Infinity Part 3

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Individually they were just like those guys who like to hang around the comic book shop and talk comics but together they form the Earth’s Mightiest Podcast!

In this episode we review the Avengers books and the Infinity event books of October 2013.

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0:12:02 Midtro/Avengers A.I. #4-5
0:25:43 Avengers Arena #16
0:31:01 Uncanny Avengers #13
0:38:42 Young Avengers #13
0:45:14 Infinity #4
0:51:38 Avengers #21
0:55:52 New Avengers #11
1:01:25 Infinity #5
1:14:52 Avengers #22
1:18:26 Avengers Assemble #20
1:22:38 Mighty Avengers #2
1:28:33 Secret Avengers #10
1:34:06 Other Infinity Tie-ins

Music: EMP theme song

By Tribe One

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The Incompetent Comic Cabal Cast Ep. 127: “Thwartsgiving”



As you sit at the dinner table this Thanksgiving, surrounded by family and loved ones, your hands will be clenched under the table, sweating and clammy, dreading the moment when the “Tell-Us-What-You’re-Thankful-For Circle”©IC3 2011-2013 finally reaches its way to your ungrateful ass.

That’s where WE come into play.
Obviously, you have to start with the basics, what everyone expects:
“I’m thankful for my mom, my dad, my grandma, for grandpa’s ghost, for the X-BOX, for the United States of the USA, for Dr. Pepper, for Dr. Pepper knock-offs which are sometimes even better than or equal to the real Dr. Pepper such as Dr. Thunder, Mr. Pibb, Mr. Pibb Xtra, the ill-fated Mr. Green from Sobe (it had ginseng! GINSENG!), for the lizard mascot of the aforementioned Mr. Green (with ginseng!) from Sobe,”
Et cetera, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera…

But don’t end there! No sirree! You’ve gotta go out with a bang and give your drunk aunt and future 16 and Pregnant star cousin (you know who you are, Miranda!) the “Tell-Us-What-You’re-Thankful-For Circle”©IC3 2011-2013 moment that they’ll remember forever!

So after your moving tribute to fallen soft drink mascots from yesteryear you can EXCLAIM that YOU are thankful for this DOUBLE-SIZED EPISODE of
! ! ! T H E I N C O M P E T E N T C O M I C C A B A L C A S T ! ! !
because much like this written episode desription, it is way too long, doesn’t make too much sense, and will make you smirk…but not chuckle.

Black Science #1
Infinity #6
Samurai Jack #2
Pretty Deadly #2
Rat Queens #3
Brain Boy #3
Saga #16
Kick-Ass 3 #5
Afterlife With Archie #2
Deadpool Annual #1 / Nova #10 / Superior Spider-man #22 / The Walking Dead #117

Hosted by Jeff and Ian!
With special guest Doctor Fluxx from FEED IT COMICS! (www.feeditcomics.com)


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Happy Thors-giving!! Yes, we have a show! Not only that, but it contains talk of Dr. Who, the absence of Balder in Thor 2, and we talk about Thor: Crown of Fools as well!

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The boys are all back together to talk about Superman/Wonder woman Arrow Harlequin Batman 24-25 Infinity and much more You can also hear the show on Stitcher http://www.stitcher.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 http://thetaylornetwork.wordpress.com/ Leave us email by putting the show you are commenting on in the heading thetaylornetworkofpodcasts@gmail.com You can also join us on the Facebook group TaylorNetwork of podcasts Also we ask that if you have some time leave us a rating and or ITunes review because that helps us greatly to promote the show.



Comic Book Road Show Dan Jolley

We have comic creator Dan Jolley to talk with us about the recent relaunch of his creator own Bloodhound: Crowbar Medicine which is now published by Darkhorse. We also talk about his earlier work on comics such as JSA Liberty Files and Firestorm. He also has a new new TERMINATOR mini-series called “Enemy of My Enemy,” with artist /creator Jamal igle. twitter: @_DanJolley http://danjolley.com/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/Dan-Jolleys-BLOODHOUND/465175943518668?sk=photos You can also hear the show on Stitcher http://www.stitcher.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 http://thetaylornetwork.wordpress.com/ Leave us email by putting the show you are commenting on in the heading thetaylornetworkofpodcasts@gmail.com You can also join us on the Facebook group TaylorNetwork of podcasts Also we ask that if you have some time leave us a rating and or ITunes review because that helps us greatly to promote the show.



Superman Fan Podcast Episode #288 Part II: Superman Comic Book Cover Dated October 1962: Action Comics #293!

Action Comics #293!

Action Comics #293!


ACTION COMICS 293, October 1962, was published around August 28, 1962. It contained 32 pages for the cover price of 12¢. Mort Weisinger was the editor, and the cover was pencilled by Curt Swan and inked by George Klein. It featured Supergirl in her 13th silver age cover appearance, and two in a row after SUPERMAN 156.

– The 14 page Superman story was titled, THE FEUD BETWEEN SUPERMAN AND CLARK KENT, written by Edmond Hamilton and drawn by Al Plastino. This story has been reprinted in SHOWCASE PRESENTS: SUPERMAN vol. IV, and is the first story in that volume.

– Supergirl starred in the 11 page story, THE SECRET ORIGIN OF SUPERGIRL’S SUPER-HORSE, written by Leo Dorfman and drawn by Jim Mooney. This story has been reprinted in SHOWCASE PRESENTS: SUPERGIRL vol. II.

Elsewhere in DC Comics, 27 titles carried the October or October/November 1962 cover date.

Also highlighted in this episode are the ads and other features in this issue, including the METROPOLIS MAILBAG.





Finally, my condolences go the the family of golden and silver age of comic book artist Al Plastino, who died on Monday, November 25, 2013. He was born on December 15, 1921, and died a few weeks before his 92nd birthday.

Adam Dechanel, writer for the Superman Homepage, is the writer and co-producer of THE JUNGLE BOOK, a theatrical adaption of the classic Rudyard Kipling story, at a London Theater this holiday season. For more information, go to http://www.thejunglebook.eu/.

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Ultimate Facepalm 88: James Franco in Preacher, new Family Guy and Vin Diesel is…. KOJAK!!!

We are BACK! Sorry for the skip-a-doodle on last week’s ep. But we’re hoping this offering more than makes up for it.

So without further ado, let’s get to it!

In saying that, let us get to it!


We’ve been missed. Ah, bless!

White Ribbon Day; it’s what our society has become

Ian Watkins from Lost Prophets makes our skin crawl off our bodies and leaves on a plane to somewhere much, much better.

Alan Thicke must be so disappointed


UFP Crew Questions

–          The Moon or Mars; which would we live?

–          Dr Who 50th Anniversary edition

–          Our dream castings for the new Preacher series from AMC

–          We do math! (It’s as exciting as it sounds)

–          G Money’s voice acting gig on Bob’s Burgers

–          DC dropping the ball AGAIN with their Arrow series

–          Best soundtracks to comic books

–          G Money’s opinion on West Ham’s move

–          Jl8 comic is pretty neat! www.jl8.com




–          Real life “The Happening” a.k.a. Death by wind

–          Super fit mother removed from Facebook for hate crimes against the morbidly obese


NERD NEWS!!!! (@1 hour 19mins)

–          Sleeper film by Ben Affleck and Matt Damon

–          Elizabeth Olsen and Aaron Taylor-Johnson cast as Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver in Avergers: Age of Ultron

–          Moonknight by Warren Ellis and Declan Shaluey

–          Jeff Johns solo ongoing, rumors of Shazam

–          Paul Dini and Eduardo Risso on Vertigo with a renowned Batman character

–          Mark Waid and Chris Samnee staying on Daredevil renumbering

–          JJ Abrams Almost Human starring Karl Urban is very good

–          New Gen console releases and the first thoughts and launch titles

–          The new Family Guy episodes where the kill off Brian

–          Final Fantasy 4: The After years for IOS and android is rubbish apparently

–          Ys: Memories of Celceta

–          Lisa the Painful, the RPG with no women currently on Kickstarter http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/131274701/lisa-the-painful-rpg/

–          Vin Diesel wants Ang Lee to direct the Kojak movie… THERE’S a sentence I never thought I’d write!

–          “The Bent Bullet” viral marketing for Days of Future Past



He’s Got Issues #96: New Comics 11/27/13

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First Five
1) Walking Dead #117
2) Saga #16
3) All-New X-Men #19
4) Superior Spider-Man #22
5) Avengers Arena #18 (Final Issue)

Top Ten:
6) Powers Bureau #8
7) Wolverine And The X-Men #38
8) Wolverine And The X-Men Annual #1
9) Cataclysm Ultimate X-Men #1 (Of 3)
10) Hawkeye #14

Best of the Rest:

  • Batman The Dark Knight #25
  • Catwoman #25
  • Damian Son Of Batman #2 (Of 4)
  • Flash #25
  • Forever Evil A.R.G.U.S. #2 (Of 6)
  • Justice League Dark #25
  • Superman #25
  • Talon #13
  • Teen Titans #25


  • Avengers Assemble #21
  • Indestructible Hulk #16
  • Infinity #6 (Of 6)
  • Infinity The Hunt #4 (Of 4)
  • New Avengers #12
  • Nova #10
  • Uncanny Avengers #14
  • Uncanny X-Force #14


  • The Massive #17


  • Maxx Maxximized #1


  • Bedlam #10
  • Black Science #1
  • Morning Glories #35
  • Pretty Deadly #2
  • Revival #15
  • Sidekick #4
  • Thief Of Thieves #18




Real Books Don’t Have Batman 11/27/13


Best crossover fight that hasn’t happened yet? Deadpool and Madcap vs. Ambush Bug and Lobo.

This week we review:
Nova # 100 Yale Stewart back-up (:48)
Damian: Son of Batman # 2 (2:45)
The Superior Spider-Man # 22 (5:50)
Deadpool Annual # 1 (9:20)
Talon # 13 (13:20)
Justice League Dark # 25 (18:12)
The Flash # 25 (20:50)
Aquaman # 25 (25:00)

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Everything Blows with Ross and Nick #12 – Defunct

Everything Blows with Ross and Nick
Listen to Everything Blows #12 right now:

Ross Campbell and Nick Marino

Related Posts:
Ross’s defunct comics projects on LiveJournal

Show Notes:
Ross talks about his fascinating aborted comics and rejected pitches!

In loose chronological order, Ross details his cornucopia of defunct projects. At the beginning of his career, he passed on drawing Local for Brian Wood. His pitch for a giant monster story called Shibbahyip was rejected by Tokyopop, and so was his original pitch to Oni for Wet Moon.

Ross relives the development hell of Dead Tired, a pitch he worked on with Vertigo at DC Comics for years until he couldn’t recognize the story any more. He also talks about his Vertigo pitch for Swamp Things (yes, “Things”), which was rejected in favor of a China Miéville Swamp Thing comic book that never happened.

Ross has had numerous misses with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, starting years ago at Mirage Studios up through last year when he was offered an opportunity to draw the main series at IDW. Luckily, Ross was able to get the TMNT thing to finally happen and his four issue IDW Turtles story begins next month!

But wait… there’s more! Ross passed up an opportunity to draw an issue of the most recent Young Avengers series, plus he declined to work on the new Marvel Knights Hulk miniseries. And there was also an offer to draw an issue for DC’s Villain Month that Ross turned down.

Nick describes a few of his own rejected pitches for animated shorts over at Frederator Studios, including one you can read called The Demon From My Butt.

After that, Ross and Nick rant about annoying comic book news and try to figure out what the #$%& is going on with Scarlet Witch’s O-face.

Also… Virtual Joker and Firewall Robin?!? WTF???

Next Episode:
Maybe Kelly Thompson will join us to talk about the science of fandom. Or maybe we’ll review Iron Man 3 and give away a buttload of Nick’s Iron Man comic books. Or maybe we’ll talk about something else entirely.

Super Hero Speak – #31: Is there a Doctor in the house?

This week Dave, Ben and John take a left turn from there normal super hero discussions to celebrate 50 years of Doctor Who with the rest of their fellow whovians. Doctor Who has been on the air for 50 years and it can easily be argued that he is as much a super hero as any of his tights wearing counter parts. So sit back and join the guys as they talk all things Doctor Who.


Check out the night of the doctor here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-U3jrS-uhuo

And as always please leave feedback on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Superherospeak

Wizard World Austin 2013 Panel

John Mayo was part of the Comics and Social Media panel at Wizard World Austin 2013 along with Derek Royal of The Comic Alternative podcast, Russell Latham of the Longbox of Doom podcast and Shea Hennum of the ThisIsInfamous.com blog.

From the Austin Comic Con 2013 Guide:

COMICS AND SOCIAL MEDIA: THE HOW-TO, THE HOW-MUCH AND THE WHY Curious about what it would take to start you own podcast or blog about comics? This panel focuses on the ins-and-outs of podcasting, blogging, and its links to other forms of social media (e.g., Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Reddit) in covering comics and comics culture. The panel participants have all been involved in comics-related media for a number of years — for example, John Mayo of The Comic Book Page has been podcasting since 2007, and Derek Royal of The Comics Alternative has been publishing within comics studies equally as long — and bring to the session a wealth of knowledge and experience. They also come from different reading perspectives — such as Russell Latham’s focus on mainstream superhero titles in the Longbox of Doom podcasts, and Shea Hennum’s emphasis on independent publishers in his ThisIsInfamous.com blog postings — and collectively, they cover a broad range of comics titles. Perhaps most significantly, the panelists strongly encourage audience questions and participation, in that part of the purpose of this session is to inform those new to podcasting and blogging, and they hope to foster a broader and more diverse coverage of all aspects of comics culture.

Email us at TheGuys@ComicBookPage.com with any questions or comment you have on the episode or post on our forum.

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

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