Raging Bullets Episode 397a : A DC Comics Fan Podcast

Episode 397a: Superman 32 and Batman 32!: The first of a two part episode. Sean and Jim discuss Superman 32 and Batman 32. We also check in with some listener voicemails on Batman and Son and August trade discussion announcement. The second part will be released later in the week.

The road to episode 400 continues!

Listener voicemails from Travis and Scott

Show Notes:

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3:36 comic chat

1:03:50 voicemails

1:34:47 Show Closing (Hawkman song by friends of the show “Wednesday Heroes”) https://www.facebook.com/pages/Wednesday-Heroes/348734073083

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The Uncanny Podcast 009: Batman – The Killing Joke


Matt, Garen, & Steve review one of the greatest Batman stories of all time: Batman – The Killing Joke! We analyze key plot points and dissect Alan Moore’s famous but ambiguous ending. What did you all, our faithful listeners, think? Let us know! Moore and Bolland created a masterpiece that will be celebrated forever as a story that is heralded as one of the best Joker stories ever printed.

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Feed It Comics #39 | Who’s Doing What Now?

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Doc and Father Shepherd welcome back fellow honorary cult member John Litrell from Burnt Wieners fame! There was no keeping him away from podcasting altogether and we are better off for it.  

This episode we speculate on Nathan Fillion’s confirmed “cameo” in Guardians of the Galaxy, Daniel Radcliffe’s desire to be Robin, Rian Johnson being recruited to write and direct some Star Wars, and then we go on to announce our new comics giveaway contest and answer listener questions, which turns into an entire long segment about comics, which is why we are here in the first place.

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Deconstructing Comics #292: Women’s Issues

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FLASHBACK! At a panel at San Diego Comicon 2011, Dan DiDio (bottom picture at left) caused a stir by seeming belligerent when a fan asked why the DC reboot included fewer female creators — even fewer than had worked on for DC pre-reboot. DiDio seemed to think there were hardly any female comics creators he could consider. Hear it here

Jake Ekiss was probably not alone in expressing disapproval of this sentiment — in this case, on Twitter. So Tim invited him to come on the podcast and discuss it here. (Jake’s comic is Solomon Azua.)

Joining Tim and Jake is one of those female comics creators the mainstream isn’t hiring, EK Weaver, creator of the Web comic The Less than Epic Adventures of TJ and Amal (that’s Amal in the top picture at left). We discuss why women are so much further out of the comics mainstream in the US than they are in, oh say, Japan.

Also this week, Tim’s former day-job office mate Cassey, now based in Anchorage, joins Tim to discuss Bryan Lee O’Malley’s pre-Scott Pilgrim work Lost at Sea, the coming-of-age story of 18-year-old Raleigh (middle picture).

Originally published August 29, 2011

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Secret Identity Podcast Issue #601–Painkiller Jane and Superman

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Download Location of the Week: San Diego, CA

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Nightwing #29
Superman #32
Fantastic Four #5
The Dodgeball Teens #1
Painkiller Jane : The 22 Brides #1

Summer Reading Project:
Uncanny X-Men #131

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Weekly Comics Spotlight #358: 2014-06-18

John Mayo and Drew discuss BATMAN AND … #32 by DC, SILVER SURFER #3 by Marvel and WICKED AND DIVINE #1 by IMAGE COMICS.

Time Codes:
00:00 Intro
00:43 DC: BATMAN AND … #32
11:37 Marvel: SILVER SURFER #3
26:37 General discussion
38:28 Next Week Promo
38:37 Wrap up
39:07 End of episode.

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EMP Episode 77: Original Sin part 1

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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 Original Sin books books of May 2014 with guest host Blob Guy.

0:00:00 Sponsor DCBService.com
0:06:23 Midtro
0:11:25 Original Sin #1
0:25:19 Original Sin #2
0:38:59 Avengers #29
0:49:49 Avengers #30
0:57:05 Mighty Avengers #10
All New Marvel Now
1:12:33 Loki: Agent of Asgard
1:13:45 All New Ghost Rider
1:16:47 Ms Marvel
1:19:24 She Hulk
1:21:47 Moon Knight
1:25:58 Black Widow
1:26:50 Inhuman
1:28:12 Iron Fist: The Living Weapon
1:28:25 Captain Marvel
1:29:12 Deadly Hands of Kung Fu

Music: EMP theme song

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Wayne’s Comics #133 With Paul Tobin From “I Was the Cat”

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Looking for a great series that will add variety to your reading diet? Be sure to check out I Was The Cat, an excellent story about Burma, a cat with nine lives who wants the world to know his history. In this episode, I talk with scripter Paul Tobin, who discusses how the tale came to be and how you can meet the cat and his people in this Oni Press production! You can go to this link at comixology to begin purchasing and downloading this series!

You won’t want to miss what both Paul and Burma have to say, so be sure to tune in! Your cat will thank you if you let him or her listen in as well, I’m sure!


RBDHB – Batman: The Man Who Laughs

The Year of the Bat specials continue with the follow-up to Year One, detailing the first Joker story in Post-Crisis continuity, The Man Who Laughs.


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Comic News Insider Episode 547 – Heroes Con: Archie Panel w/ Francesco Francavilla/Paul Kaminski/Alex Segura!


Comic News Insider: Episode 547 is now available for free download! Click on the link or get it through iTunes! Sponsored by Dynamic Forces.

Jimmy moderated the Archie panel with Afterlife With Archie artist Francesco Francavilla, Paul Kaminski (Executive Director of Editorial) and Alex Segura (SVP Publicity and Marketing) to talk all things Archie Comics from the hit horror series Afterlife With Archie, the upcoming “Death of Archie” in the pages of Life With Archie, the live action Archie movie, video games, Sabrina the Teen-Age Witch, classic Archie stories, crossovers, new characters, Red Circle Comics and much more. They coverA really great and informative discussion. Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love!

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View from the Gutters presents The Long Run #7 — X-Statix


The Long Run takes place outside of our normal continuity of episodes, and features table discussion of an entire work or long selection of a series. In this episode of The Long Run we talk about X-Statix, by Peter Milligan and Mike Allred. For this episode we read The X-Statix Omnibus.

Originally called X-Force, this team of reality-show superheroes took over both the name and comic of the original X-Force with issue 116 of that series. After 13 issues the series and team were renamed and relaunched in X-Statix #1, that series lasting for a further 29 issues before cancellation.

Released in 2001, X-Statix sits at the far edge of the Marvel Universe. It came out during a strange, experimental time for Marvel Comics, sharing shelf space with Morrison’s New X-Men and the first wave of Ultimate Marvel comics. It focuses on a team of media-obsessed celebrity mutants who spend more time worrying about their popularity and endorsement deals than they do saving the world.

Vain, petty, and prone to bickering, the X-Statix serve as a cynical and satirical examination of popular media told through the lens of a world populated with superheroes. It also examines many of the tropes that underpin the superhero genre itself, most notably the apparently immunity to death or lasting harm that most heroes seem to enjoy.

On the next Long Run, we will be changing our format slightly. Instead of reading an entire series, we will be reading a selection of comics all featuring a specific character. For episode 8 we will be following the career of Stephanie Brown, aka Spoiler (aka Robin [aka Batgirl]), from her initial introduction to the end of the pre-52 DCU. The specific title list will be announced on the next regular episode, and published on Viewfromthegutters.com.

Our hosts on this episode are Andrew Chard, Joe Preti, Kirbotron 2000, Tobiah Panshin, and Cade Reynolds.

Evil Squid Comics Episode 234: It’s Andy Hirsch

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Interview:  Andy Hirsch, artist extraordinaire of The Royal Historian of OZ, Varmints, and Garfield from BOOM!



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Varmints digital comics are at https://gumroad.com/l/VARMINTS1

Zone 4 #275: Starlight

The crew returns to talk Mark Millar’s Starlight.

This week, it’s Brant, John, Gordon and Ron.

First up, we catch up on a few headlines in TV, film and of course, comics.

Then we have a special Facebook Shout-Out.

After that, we dive into issues #3-4 of Mark Millar’s Flash Gordon-esque STARLIGHT from Image Comics. And from there, the discussion veers off into a discussion of late books and accountability and so forth in an unexpected sidetrack.

There’s also an audio spot from Comic Geek Speak about a very special run they are doing to raise money for Livestrong in honor of one of their own.

And we close out the show with announcements.

This Week’s Links and Topics

Henchmen (Now Available on ComiXology!)

No Apologies ep 177 The Dry Spot

In this episode we discuss Game of Thrones, True Detective, Special Edition NYC, Original Sin 4, Uncanny X-force,Batman and Robin, Infinity Man and the Forever People and more

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