Superman in the Bronze Age Episode 92 — Toyman, Bizarro, and Red Tornado!

Episode 92

Happy New Year everyone! In this episode, Charlie kicks off the final year of the show by covering Marty Pasko’s first 2 issues of Superman, featuring the return of 2 old villains. Plus, “Dave Weter Presents” a team-up between Superman and Red Tornado! That’s 3 comics in less than an hour!  And it’s free!

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Allegheny Teen Center Reading Program #22 – Myth of Eustro

Allegheny Teen Center Reading Program
Listen to the Allegheny Teen Center Reading Program #21 right now:

Hosts:
Rebecca Cohen and Nick Marino

Related Posts:
Myth of Eustro Chapter 01 and Myth of Eustro Chapter 02

Show Notes:

We talk about Myth of Eustro, a fantastic digital comic by Solomon Mars. It’s a panel-to-panel fantasy story set in the world of Ephon, a land overtaken by a crystal wasteland called the Nightmare Forest.

The main character is Ramona, an Arkseologist who’s working to fight back the expansion of the crystals while seeking to eradicate them completely.


For years, Solomon Mars has created panel-to-panel comics that he shares online as Flash files. But he’s really stepped up the interactivity with Myth of Eustro, layering information about the story of Ramona and the world of Ephon into roll-overs and clickable icons.



The direction of Myth of Eustro is also decided by the fans. At the end of each chapter, Solomon asks readers to choose between two actions for Ramona. Once the votes are in, Solomon crafts a new chapter that takes Ramona and her Famylyr named Ephyx on another adventure.


Since this episode was recorded a couple of weeks early, we’ve got a special update after the end theme… a conversation between Nick and Hank 300 recorded on location in Walla Walla, WA!

Good news? Hank and Cecily are still alive. Bad news? Cecily is brainwashed and Hank is trapped the bottom of a grain mill that’s slowly being filled with flour.

Next Episode:
If Nick, Hank, and Cecily make it out alive, then we’ll have a new podcast for you on Tue Jan 7 wherein we’ll discuss Battle Angel Alita v5 chapters 1-3.

Super Hero Speak – #35: 2013 in Review

In this episode Dave, Ben and John take a look back on the year that was 2013. We take a look at all the movies, tv and comic book events of the past year. What we learned and how much fun doing this show for you was this year. Thank you for listening in 2013 and stay with us in 2014 things can only get better 😉

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ComicsVerse Podcast Episode 13: Origin Stories (Part 2) – Wolverine, X-23, and Beast

In part two of ComicsVerse’s four part series of origin stories for the new year, ComicsVerse delves into the origins of Wolverine, X-23, and Beast by reading ORIGIN, X-23: INNOCENCE LOST, and X-MEN ORIGINS: BEAST respectively. Themes and motifs in all comics are discussed including but not limited to the art style and plot devices as well as the motivations of the various characters.

ComicsVerse Podcast Co-Hosts:

  • Josh Cui
  • Andrew Benson
  • Travis Czap

Comics read for podcast:

  • Origin (Wolverine) #001 – #006
  • X-23: Innocence Lost
  • X-Men Origins: Beast

Comics Alternative Podcast Episode 67: Our Favorite Comics of 2013

Our Favorites…’Nuf Said!

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. And no, this isn’t really a reference to much mistltoeing and hearts that are glowing. It’s  better than that. It’s time for

Andy and Derek’s end-of-the-year top ten favorites episode!

Best2013The Two Guys with PhDs (who talk about comics) like to end the year by highlighting their favorite titles of the past twelve months. These could be ongoing series, limited runs or miniseries, one-shots, trades, original graphic novels, webcomics, or archival collections. So for this week’s episode, Derek and Andy each choose their favorite ten comics from 2013 and then share that list with one another. They don’t necessarily rank them in any order — although Andy does reveal the #1 title on his list — and neither knows of the other’s ten favorites before they record the podcast. As such, the Guys not only have a great time discussing the year’s best comics, but also in discovering what each other feels is truly his favorite. There are a few overlaps between Andy and Derek’s choices, but even more significantly,  there are some big surprises in each one’s list!

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The Honorable Mentions…These Titles Almost, but Just Didn’t Quite, Make It onto either Derek and Andy’s Lists

For Derek:

For Andy:

Hey Kids! Fun Facts!

  • The most represented publisher on both guys’ lists is First Second!
  • Andy chose more series than Derek did!
  • DC/Vertigo and Drawn and Quarterly show up a lot on Derek’s lists!
  • Andy’s been reading a lot of First Second titles!
  • Derek’s very surprised that Marble SeasonThe Property, or The Amazing, Enlightening and Absolutely True Adventures of Katherine Whaley didn’t appear on his Top 10 list!
  • There’s a Jonathan Hicks groove going on with Andy!
  • Several creators on The Guys’ 2013 list — Matt Fraction, Brian K. Vaughn, Bill Willingham, Jonathan Hickman, Gilbert Hernandez, and Matt Kindt — were also on their 2012 lists!

So start roasting those chestnuts and come experience the joy this holiday season by listening to Andy and Derek’s special year-end podcast!

This episode’s incidental music is made up of still more
holiday obscura collected by Andy Cirzan!

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Sequential Underground #81 – Taking Part

The podcast by indie comics creators for indie comics creators!

Sequential Underground
Listen to Sequential Underground #81 right now:

Hosts:
Shawn Atkins and Nick Marino

Related Posts:
Kickstarter campaigns for the Love & Monsters Anthology, Memory Anthology, and Artist Button & Magnet Sets.

Show Notes:

With Kickstarter now an accepted part of promoting and publishing indie comics, it’s become common for cartoonists to take part in communal crowdfunding campaigns for anthologies and other group projects.

On this podcast, we discuss our experiences as participants in group campaigns that were run by someone else. We also have a call-in from a manager of community Kickstarter campaigns, Brian John Mitchell. He’s a cartoonist and self-publisher who’s run multiple campaigns featuring the work of many different artists.

Along with detailing our personal experiences, we also share our tips for navigating the ups and downs of crowdfunding for a group project, including our opinions on promotion and social media outreach.

Comic Timing – Episode 149

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Episode 149 of Comic Timing is now out to close out 2013 with a bang! Ian and Brent are joined by Comfort Love and Adam Withers, creators of Rainbow in the Dark (now available in “Complete Saga” form on Amazon, Instock Trades, DCBS, and hopefully at your local comic shop), The Uniques, and a couple of other projects that still to come. They discuss what it’s like having Rainbow available via Diamond, how much work is to create a hype machine for yourself both digitally and in person, how collected edition can sell to existing fans of a work, and a whole lot more. We also talk comic news and casual conversation, including Terry Moore’s troubles with Rachel Rising, Ian’s love of X-Men: Battle of the Atom, Brent’s experience with the new Batman: Arkham Origins digital comic, a review of Justice League 300 #1, and some of the cool stuff Ian found overseas during his trip to Tokyo.

As always – we are sponsored by DCBS! That’s right! Discount Comic Book Service! 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‘ Comixology digital store for even further savings!

You can e-mail the show at comictiming@gmail.com and be sure to Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/ComicTiming. Thanks for listening and we’ll catch you next time!

Image Addiction – Episode 101: Talking with Riley Rossmo

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This episode of the show is brought to you by InStockTrades.com and DCBService.com!

Show Notes

Welcome back to the show!

We end 2013 the only way we knew possible with a conversation with one of our favorite Image Comics’ creators – Riley Rossmo!

Enjoy!

Contact info:
Web Site: www.comicaddiction.net
Email Address: imageaddictionpodcast@gmail.com

Twitter: www.twitter.com/imageaddiction
DeWayne: www.twitter.com/DeWayneFeenstra
Joe: www.twitter.com/JoeMulv
Sam: www.twitter.com/comicsonice
Chris: www.twitter.com/chrispartin

Evil Squid Comics Episode 213

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Reviews
Ghosted TPB
Manhattan Projects Vol 3
Sheltered #4 & #5
Uber #5-8
Origin II #1
Hit #2-4
All New X-men #2
Black Science #1-2
East of West #6-8
Saviors #1
Unity #1-2
Buck Rogers #1-3
Massive TPB Vol 2
The Other Dead
Superior Spider-man #17-21
Scarlet Spider #20-25
Ultimate Comics Spider-man #24
God is Dead #2-4

Best of 2013

Super Podcasto Magnifico! Ep. #168: The Obligatory Best and Worst of 2013 Show

Episode #168

On this podcast we look back on 2013 and pick some of the best and worst the year had to offer. Best comic? Worst event? Best TV show? Worst video game? You get the idea. Listen in!

Do you agree or disagree with our picks? Head over to our podcast Facebook page and let us know.

Let’s remember some of the titles we lost in 2013 from Foshkos.

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Deconstructing Comics #152: Women in Comedy Strips

Rhymes with OrangeFLASHBACK! Is writing funny female characters a bigger challenge than making male characters funny? Or is it all a matter of approach? Paige Braddock (Jane’s World) and Hilary Price (Rhymes with Orange) join Tim to discuss a topic we picked up from Webcomics Weekly episode 35!

This episode was originally published November 3, 2008.

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Secret Identity Podcast Issue #566–Painkiller Jane and Harley Quinn

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Lovecraft’s Curse: www.tinyurl.com/LvCrC399
Courting the King in Yellow: www.tinyurl.com/CtKiY099
X-O Manowar: Centurion: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EKK9M0A
Comicopolypse: www.tinyurl.com/ComicOp
Making Ear Candy: www.tinyurl.com/getMEC
Reviews:
Mr. Peabody and Sherman #1
Ash and the Army of Darkness #2
Ben 10 #1
Painkiller Jane #2
Harley Quinn #1
Umbral #2 (Antony Johnston/Chris Mitten)

Boob Tube:
Doctor Who: Time of the Doctor

Send comments to sipodcast@comcast.net OR leave us a voicemail at 860-698-0468. Check out www.secretidentitypodcast.com for all things Secret Identity.

Weekly Comics Spotlight #332: 2013-12-18

John Mayo and Drew discuss HARLEY QUINN #1 by DC, AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #700.5 by Marvel and MIDAS FLESH #1 by BOOM! STUDIO.

Time Codes:
00:00 Intro
00:44 DC: HARLEY QUINN #1
13:03 Marvel: AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #700.5
23:24 Other: MIDAS FLESH #1 [BOOM! STUDIO]
37:12 General discussion
47:58 Next Week Promo
48:26 Wrap up
48:56 End of episode.

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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

Savage FINcast – Episode 25: The Average Dragon

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It’s the end of an era, and the Savage FINcast has a front row seat! Craig, Jim, and Raven try to keep their emotions in check as they bear witness to what may be the Savage Dragon’s last day! As one chapter closes, another begins when the adventures of Malcolm Dragon take center stage!  The Vicious Circle has a deadly new boss and a villainous new plan has been set in motion! To make matters even worse, a dangerous new foe known as Slag is on the scene and has a personal vendetta against Malcolm! Change and excitement are in the air as Savage Dragon enters its boldest and newest direction yet!

All that and our regular “Erik Larsen News” and “Savage Dragon Trivia” segments as well! As always, we would love to hear from you! Drop us a line at SAVAGEFINCAST (at) GMAIL (dot) COM to comment about the show, or suggest future discussion ideas. We will most likely read your letter on the next episode.

TIME STAMPS

00:47 – INTRODUCTIONS
02:00 – ERIK LARSEN NEWS (Scott James on Barbaric and Ricochet Back-Up)
04:22 – ERIK LARSEN NEWS (Savage Dragon 196 cover)
09:10 – ERIK LARSEN NEWS (Image Expo 2013)
11:19 – SAVAGE DRAGON TRIVIA (Last episode’s answers)
17:56 – SAVAGE DRAGON TRIVIA (This episode’s question)
19:46 – REVIEW (Savage Dragon 192)
01:06:03 – REVIEW (Back-Up Story)
01:08:45 – NEXT EPISODE (Savage Dragon 193)

Wayne’s Comics #112: Chris “Doc” Wyatt And Jeff Kaufman

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Happy Holidays! It’s time for another special week at the Wayne’s Comics podcast, with two great interviews and my yearly holiday tradition!

First up is Chris “Doc” Wyatt from Kickstart’s Suicide Layne. He discusses how the series came to be and what other projects he’s working on as well!

Jeff Kaufman returns to the show next, and we chat about Angel Falling, his latest graphic novel! The book has a lot of personal meaning to Jeff, which he discusses. He also outlines future projects he’s creating as well!

Then I share my annual holiday tradition, playing the audio from ‘Twas the Dark Knight Before Christmas! You can see the video at this link!

More great interviews coming next week as we wrap up 2013!