Cold Beer and Comics Season 2 Episode 2: Blame it on Steve

Cold Beer and Comics Season 2 Episode 2: Blame it on Steve (Explicit Language Warning)

Small Talk … Corey gives and update on his single issue boycott and the boys all discuss what things they have given up in the past. Everyone also has a discussion about which sense they could give up and we learn that everything in life can be blamed on Corey’s best friend, Steve Power. Also … the boys talk The Flash TV show and agree it is awesome.Picture1

16.30: The News … Wonder Woman is rocking a new look, country’s beer favorites, comics have become very gay friendly and the possible Punisher TV show.

31.22: Cape Date commercial parody

33.30: Our discussion of the best toy/comic properties yet to be ruined by Sony. We look at M.A.S.K. and Sectaurs and a bunch of others.

59.12: Van Dyne Times Square commercial parody

1.00.52: The Big Review (SPOLIER FILLED)… we looked at Southern Bastards Volume 1 and in the process probably offended everyone south of the Mason Dixon line with our accents.

1.10.11: Beer/Hero Pairing … Yin and Yang from Evil Twin Brewing are our beers of the week and they are paired with a martial arts master.

1.16.43: Interview … we talked to the creator and writer of Seoul 2150, a new digital offering from Matthew Fox and Posinoir Comics.

1.33.28: The Retro Read … puts us in the big house as we read Suspense Detective #1 from 1952.

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The Podcast of Oa Episode 84 – Forward into Convergence

Episode 84 of The Podcast of Oa continues our series of Green Lantern content covering the February and March comics.  This episode spotlights the final two issues of Red Lanterns and last few issues of Sinestro.  Myron also shares some behind the scenes information on the DC exclusives that The Blog of Oa recently received.  Myron also comments on some open threads in the Green Lantern universe that remain and his thoughts about a time shift in the DC Universe starting in June after the big Convergence events.

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Show Notes

00:00:00 Intro / DC Exclusives & Convergence

00:09:05 Red Lanterns #39 / #40

00:24:30 Sinestro #10 / #11 / Annual #1

00:31:22 Listener Feedback

00:49:19 Closing


Crisis On Infinite Midlives Show Episode 63: Sprayed With Genetic Rage

CrisisOnInfinideMidlivesPodcastLogo_300x300Let’s be honest here: if you’re a comic book fan who’s connected enough to be listening to comic book podcasts, there’s a good chance that you have a subscription to streaming Netflix. And if you do, you probably spent this weekend the way we did: binge-watching Daredevil. And possibly binge-drinking Daredevil beer.

So we discuss the show, including the parallels between Kingpin’s and Daredevil’s character arcs, how effective the characterizations of other supporting characters were, and the general adult nature of the show (vis a vis violence and alcohol). We also talk about how the show stacks up against Mark Waid’s current comic book version of Matt Murdock, what we hope to see in the future from the show, and whether a certain relatively high-profile character’s unexpected death amounts to Suicide By Kingpin.

We also discuss:

  • Convergence: Nightwing and Oracle #1, written by Gail Simone with art by Jan Duursema, and:
  • The Walking Dead #140, written by Robert Kirkman with art by Charlie Adlard!

And now the disclaimers:

  • We record this show live to tape. While this might mean a looser comics podcast than you are used to, it also means that anything can happen. Like an impromptu pitch for Batman: I Punch Your Groin.
  • This show contains spoilers. This show especially contains spoilers for the Daredevil TV show. Like, we ruin the whole thing. Like, we air recordings taken of us watching the show, that include dialog of the show. So consider yourself warned.
  • This show contains adult, profane language, and is therefore not safe for work. For example, we talk about “Jerk Hawkman.” Only we don’t use the word “jerk.” So get some headphones.

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Superman Fan Podcast Episode #319 Part II: MegaCon 2015: Saturday Morning Cartoons 1960 – 1990 Panel!

Panel Moderator Marc B. Lee!

Panel Moderator Marc B. Lee!

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The first panel I attended, which began at 12:15 p. m. Friday afternoon, was the SATURDAY MORNING CARTOON panel, hosted by MegaCon staff member Marc B. Lee. He took the older members of the audience, like myself, on a trip down memory lane, and introduced the younger generations to the cartoons of yesteryear. He played the opening themes for many Saturday morning cartoons of the 1960’s and 1970’s from his laptop, which was not hooked up to the speakers in the panel room. Marc used a hand microphone, which he held next to his laptop speakers. The audio from these cartoon themes will not be as clear as the sound from the rest of the panel.

I was unable to find any ownership information on the classic Japanese Anime characters Kimba, Marine Boy or Speed Racer.

Popeye is ™ and © King Features Syndicate, Inc., a subsidiary of The Hearst Corporation.

Super Chicken and George Of The Jungle are ™ and © the Bullwinkle Studios.

Schoolhouse Rock is ™ and © The Walt Disney Company.

Tom & Jerry, Bugs Bunny and Looney Tunes, Scooby Doo, Space Ghost, Moby Dick, Mightor, Shazzan, Wacky Races and Super Friends are ™ and © Warner Bros. Entertainment, a Time-Warner Company.


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Secret Identity Podcast Issue #656–Convergence and Puppet Master

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Convergence #0
Convergence #1
Shaper #1
Convergence: Superman #1
Puppet Master #1
Uncanny Inhumans #0

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Weird Science DC Comics Podcast Episode 14: Television, Rules and Week One of Convergence

Episode 14: Jim and Eric talk a little behind the scenes of their Evine Live television “performance” and struggle with the ground rules of the Convergence Event.  They seem pretty positive in general, but of course find a bunch of things to bitch about. 

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