Comic Frontline Live #89: JIGGLYPUFF!!!!

The Frontline Crew returns to discuss their latest Top 5 picks, news, and much more!

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Grawlix Bytes #4: New Year’s 2016

Grawlix BytesHappy New Year! Join the G-crew in laying 2015 to rest with this special New Year’s Eve mini-sode. With a fresh batch of doomed New Year’s resolutions our wide eyed trio of microphone misfits stumble into 2016 and all the new comic book movies and resurrected television series therein. We’ll see you there, #InTheFuture!

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Radio Free Asgard 223


The squirrel is back!! This week we look at Ragnarok #3, in which Thor fights zombies, argues with Ratatosk, and tames a horse…. thing…

It’s the most fun you can have without a lower jaw!

Comic News Insider Episode 665 – CNI-ing the New Year!


Comic News Insider: Episode 665 is now available for free download! Click on the link or get it through iTunes! Sponsored by Dynamic Forces.

Reviews: Squadron Supreme Vol 4 #1, Transformers Holiday Special, X-Files X-Mas Special 2015

Due to Christmas and holidays and such, co-hosts are hard to find! Jimmy flies solo in this quickie episode but recruits some friends to do some audio reviews and picks for you. Thanks to Richard, Marcus and Emmy for stepping up at the 11th hour to send them in. Jimmy had a brilliant Christmas but Santa also gave him a cold. News includes: the secret behind a certain droid’s new part in Star Wars: The Force Awakens will be revealed in a new special comic book coming in February and Kristen Bell will kind of make an appearance on the next season of iZombie! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us!



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super Hero Speak – #137: 2015 Wrap Up

Join Ben, Dave and John as they take a look back on the year that was 2015. They talk about their favorite moments and interviews from 2015. The guys had a blast in 2015 and can’t wait for 2016. Happy New Year!


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Mayo Report: 2015-11 Trades

John Mayo and TJ discuss the sales estimates for the top selling graphic novels and collected editions for November 2015.

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View from the Gutters #148 — The Sixth Gun

This week on View from the Gutters our topic work is The Sixth Gun, by Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurtt. The series takes place some years after the Civil War. It centers around 6 mystic guns, each of which grants a unique power to its wielder. It follows the adventures of two such wielders, as they battle a succession of foes both mundane and mystical who are attempting to seize the weapons for themselves.

In our recommendation section our hosts nominated Ant Colony, Jem and the Holograms, One Punch Man, Starlight, and Star Wars: Shattered Empire for discussion on our next episode, and our selected title is Jem and the Holograms, Vol. 1 & Annual.

If you missed our prior announcements, Joe recently sat down as a guest host on Radio vs. The Martians to talk about Batman and Tobiah sat down with Arc Reactions to talk about the Netflix series Jessica Jones.

Our hosts for this episode are Tobiah Panshin, Joe Preti, Kayleigh Fleeman, and Adam Panshin.

Secret Identity Podcast Issue #702–Starfire and Daredevil

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What’s New:
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Starfire #6
Daredevil #1
Constantine #6

Out of the Longbox:
Devil Dinosaur #1

Liner Notes:
Matt’s Black Sabbath blog series
Favorite albums of 2015

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Deconstructing Comics #479: Some of the greatest Superman stories (or not)

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There’s no doubt that Superman is one of the most significant characters in the history of American comics. He ended up setting the template for what would be the dominant genre in American comics after the Comics Code came into effect. Of course, the types of stories told in those comics, and their tone, has varied wildly over the years, which makes it difficult to try to determine which stories are the best of the lot, but naturally people make the attempt, including DC Comics itself.

This week Kumar and Tim look at the 1980s collection “The Greatest Superman Stories Ever Told”, as well as Alan Moore’s “Whatever Happened To the Man of Tomorrow”, which is currently being published in a collection with two other Moore Superman stories. Are these actually the greatest Superman stories?

Featuring Batman’s superior party prep skills, swimming the interplanetary water spout, and the symbolism of the ads in the original printing of “Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow”! *Choke*

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Weekly Comics Spotlight #436: 2015-12-16

John Mayo and Drew discuss SECRET SIX #9 by DC, SQUADRON SUPREME #1 by Marvel and INVINCIBLE #126 by IMAGE COMICS.

Time Codes:
00:00 Intro
01:04 DC: SECRET SIX #9
10:05 Marvel: SQUADRON SUPREME #1
34:52 General discussion
44:29 Next Week Promo
44:38 Wrap up
45:08 End of episode.

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Crisis On Infinite Midlives Show Episode 96: Weeping Angel Facepalm

CrisisOnInfinideMidlivesPodcastLogo_300x300While we originally planned to list our 2015 Crises awards for the best and worst of the year this week, we were stymied by a combination of holiday travel for Rob, and a crippling cold (and cold medicine high) by Amanda.

So after spending some time talking about what we got for Christmas, and best Christmas memories from childhood (spoiler: none of Amanda’s childhood memories are anything but heartbreaking and hilarious), we talk about the Doctor Who Christmas special, The Husbands of River Song. We talk about the episode’s weird mix of farce and heartstring plucking, how it might mean some solid writing on showrunner Steven Moffat’s part to tie River’s character closely to her first appearance, and how it paints the Doctor as a remorseless and opportunistic genocidal monster. Really.

We also discuss:

  • DK III #2, written by Frank Miller and Brian Azzarello, with pencils by Andy Kubert and inks by Klaus Janson,
  • Teen Titans #15, written by Scott Lobdell and Will Pfeifer with art by Ian Churchill and Miguel Mendonca, and:
  • Darth Vader #14, written by Kieron Gillen with art by Salvador Larroca!

And, the usual disclaimers:

  • We record this show live to tape, with minimal editing. While this might mean a looser comics podcast than you are used to, it also means that anything can happen. Like the tragic tale of a girl, pseudoephedrine and a busted Etch-A-Sketch.
  • This show contains spoilers. While we try to shout out warnings ahead of time, just assume that we will explain, in detail, why The Doctor is history’s greatest monster.
  • This show contains adult, profane language and is therefore not safe for work. You want your employer to know what it means when things go “testacularly”? Then get some headphones.

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Cold Beer and Comics Episode 19: The Force Awoke (SPOILER REVIEW)

Corey and ChrisCold_Beer_revt sit down to sip a beer and talk about the latest Star Wars film. 

They warm-up with a little chat about the X-Men and Batman vs. Superman trailers. They move into TV talk where Marsh assures Corey that Sam Raimi is delivering a satisfying product with his Evil Dead show.

The bulk of the show is Star Wars. Corey makes JJ an offer he can’t refuse and we learn that everybody has a f%#@!ing price.

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Weird Science DC Comics Podcast Ep 51: Not So Christmas Cheer


Jim and Eric get together the day after Christmas and they are not in a jolly mood.  Maybe they didn’t get the presents they wanted or they are still reeling from last week’s “Dildo Incident”, but they certainly don’t agree much.  Eric gives a sort of update on Stinky Jamie and Jim just wants to end it all.  They do manage to talk about a ton of books and continue being the #hardestworkingguysinpodcasting.  Enjoy!



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Wayne’s Comics Podcast #208 With Rafer Roberts From Valiant’s ‘A+A’

Wayne Hall, Wayne’s Comics, Valiant Entertainment, Archer and Armstrong, A&A, Batman, Dark Knight, Christmas, Rafer Roberts, Plastic Farm, Darkseid, Thanos, Alfred

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

First up is Rafer Roberts, a rising star who’s writing A&A: The Adventures of Archer and Armstrong from Valiant Entertainment! Rafer talks about his indie comics background and what we can expect from his take on these classic characters! Check out his website at this link!

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

Don’t miss next week’s episode as we wrap up 2015 with another terrific conversation with great comics professionals!