Weird Science DC Comics Podcast Ep 56: Things Get Dark


It’s a long one and things do indeed get dark.  There is talk of putting dogs down, a double murder suicide and plenty of zit popping and toilet plunging.  Oh yea, there is also Comics as Jim and Eric review all of this week’s DC Comic releases including Batman and Robin Eternal, Grayson, Justice League of America and so much more.  Plus, you get the Digital Spotlight featuring The Adventures of Supergirl, Eric’s TV segment with Arrow, Flash, Legends of Tomorrow and Lucifer talk as well as the News, DC Comics News, Reggie’s Recklessness, Ryan Clark’s Other Side, Professor DC and Listener Mail.  Holy Crap that’s a lot of stuff!  Enjoy…

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Secret Identity Podcast Issue #708–The Official Marvel No-Prize Book

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What’s New?
Steve Rogers will be Captain America again this Spring

Amazing Spider-Man #6
Spider-Man/Deadpool #1
Super Zero #1

Out of the Longbox:
The Official Marvel No-Prize Book

Boob Tube:
The Flash

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Superman Fan Podcast Episode 335 Part I: Superman Family Comic Book Cover Dated September 1961: Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen #55!

Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen 55, September 1961!

Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen 55, September 1961!

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SUPERMAN’S PAL JIMMY OLSEN 55, September 1961, was published on July 6, 1961. It contained 32 pages, still for the cover price of only 10¢. The editor was Mort Weisinger, and the cover was pencilled by Curt Swan and inked by Stan Kaye. It featured the issue’s third and final story.

– THE MONSTER THAT LOVED AQUA-JIMMY (8 pgs.), writer unknown according to Mike’s Amazing World Of DC Comics and the Grand Comic Book Database, while credits Robert Bernstein as the author. Al Plastino was the artist. This story was also reprinted in SHOWCASE PRESENTS: AQUAMAN vol. I.

– JIMMY THE RED, THOR’S BEST PAL (8 pgs.), written by Robert Bernstein, pencilled by Curt Swan and inked by Stan Kaye. This story was also reprinted in SUPERMAN’S PAL JIMMY OLSEN 112, July 1968, published on May 28, 1968.

– JIMMY OLSEN’S SECRET POWER (9 pgs.), was written by Robert Bernstein, pencilled by Curt Swan and inked by Stan Kaye. This story was also reprinted in SUPERMAN’S PAL JIMMY OLSEN 113, August/September 1968, published on June 11, 1968, an 80 Pg. Giant for the cover price of a quarter.

Also highlighted in this issue are the ads and other features, including the JIMMY OLSEN’S PEN PALS letter column.



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Comic Timing – Episode 176: A Raging Review of 2015


Just like that, 2015 has shrunk in between the atoms, never to be seen again! In its place stands 2016, which also happens to be the 10th year of Comic Timing. And what better way to start off this milestone year than with two of Brent and Ian’s mos regular guests: Sean Whelan and Jim Segulin of the Raging Bullets podcast! The crew of four go over Secret Wars and Convergence, some of their favorite comics and comic related media of this past year, and some things that are older than that but were discovered in 2015. There’s also a decent amount of Star Wars talk to be had, including everyone’s (except for Jim who hasn’t seen it yet) overall impressions of Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens. Plus, random segues into talking about meatloaf the food, Meatloaf the singer, and Fuller House. And, shock of shocks, we mention Fant4stic. It’s a grand old time, I tells ya! WHATISH!

As always – we are sponsored by the newly redesigned DCBS! That’s right! Discount Comic Book Service! All comics from major publishers like Marvel, DC, Image and Dark Horse are 40% off or more. And hardcovers and trade paperbacks from Marvel and DC are at least 50% off! Plus, be sure to check out their Comixology digital storefront for even further savings!

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Thanks to all you listeners out there, and here’s to one heck of a 2016!

Wayne’s Comics Podcast #213 With Brahm Revel From ‘Guerillas’

Wayne Hall, Wayne’s Comics, Guerillas, gorilla, Goliath, Adolf, Brahm Revel, Oni Press, Leakey, Pepe, Goblin, John Bull, Faben, Dr. Worzle, Jackson Publick, Venture Bros.,  Vietnam, 1970s, John Francis Clayton

I always go to my local comics shop looking for a great story! This week, during episode 213, I talk with Brahm Revel, creator of a series of graphic novels from Oni Press called Guerillas, which is an all-time favorite of mine! The third volume is scheduled for release in May, so I appreciated the chance to discuss these books with Brahm, including where the idea for this series came from, who the characters are, and what we can expect  from the third book. You’ll also want to listen because Brahm has a special announcement about the future of Guerillas, one that, if you’re a fan like me, you won’t want to miss! Be sure to listen to this great interview about a terrific comic you should be reading if you haven’t picked it up already! Really!


Longbox Review Podcast Episode 93: April 2016 Solicitations

I talk about some of the April 2016 advanced solicitations.

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Mayo Report: 2015 Year in Review – Comics

John Mayo and Sam discuss the sales estimates for the top selling comic books for 2015 and the overall sales trends for the year.

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TMG_Cast-Comics Podcasting on the Edge of Civility-Episode #226-“Terrigen Mist: Now with LIME!”


Tech yaps for a while about a haul of epic proportions from Midtown Comics. We watch ICEMAN, which is essentially Encino Man for the martial arts set. Rev rambles incessantly about the shows name, since he’s an idiot. Then Tech talks about Cinema Sins “Everything Wrong with Star Wars” featuring the unfunny and no longer relevant Kevin Smith(look forward to TechJedi Rebutting it all with “SINNING THE SINS: Sinning Cinema Sins Sins”.

Anyway.  We start September’s Marvels with the disappointing, and oddball Future Imperfect 5. Wishing wells. Jaysis. THORS 3 is even less interesting, as the mystery kinda deepens, Loki gets interrogated and eventually points them to the real killer. SILVER SURFER 14 Dawn and the Surfer recreate things, but with a severe lack of complete knowledge, created flaws, and make and unmake Galactus. SILK 7 features the Incursion coming just as JJJ reveals a lead on Silk’s brother-which she can only take advantage of as the universe literally dies. HAWKEYE 5 brings us childhood ethics, carnival crime, and probably the best Swordsman characterization put to paper yet. CAPTAIN AMERICA WHITE, 0,1,2; Although just a minor origin retelling and a visit to the first mission with The Howling Commandos, it really reaches down and gives us what we expect from the Loeb Sale Color Series. MS. Marvel 18 Aamir gets powers he doesn’t want but takes advantage of anyway to defend against Kamran. Aamir is a great character as his real strength comes through-his contentment in self and dedication to others. CAROL CORPS 4-The less said the better. A-FORCE 4 culminates in a giant Loki rock creature fight, and zombies. Yippee. RUNAWAYS 4 ends the fight from last issue, the revelation to the rest of the school as to the Trial’s true nature, and everyone walks away properly fan fiction shipped.

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Radio Free Asgard 227


This week we shift gears again, as we  look at the first issue of the Secret Wars mini-series Thors, which features a veritable pleTHORa of thunder gods! ….as cops!!… yeah…. It’s all more fun than it sounds, so don’t miss it!

Critiquing Comics #084: Bayne: Legacy Apocalypse

Bayne: Legacy ApocalypseBayne: Legacy Apocalypse, from Silver Axe Comics, features an axe-wielding Morpheus-from-The-Matrix type in a post-apocalyptic California battling mutants or vampires or what-have-you. Jay Reed’s art is much more than serviceable; it’s quite nice. Chyna McCoy’s script, however… well, listen to find out what Tim and Mulele have to say about it.

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The Podcast of Oa Episode 91 – DC Rebirth

Co-hosts Bill Giancoli and Myron Rumsey are back with episode 97 of The Podcast of Oa as they two talk about a strong month for the Green Lantern corner of the DC Universe.  Before going to the normal comic book reviews Myron announces that the show can now be found on Soundcloud and will soon be coming to Google Play Music and Spotify.  Myron shares his observations from the recent The Dawn of the Justice League television special and how he believes that while they didn’t say too much about Green Lantern’s cinematic future DC Films gave clues to their direction via visual cues.  The two talk about the recent DC Rebirth announcement and give thought to what it might mean for Green Lantern.
In their comic book conversation both Myron and Bill felt that Robert Venditti has begun to hit his stride with the main Green Lantern title and that this month’s issue 48 really provided Hal Jordan with a new type of adversary.  And continuity hiccups aside both felt that the debut issue of Edge of Oblivion was a good one.  Sinestro #19 was also a hit with both Bill and Myron with Cullen Bunn really providing an event level story in the ongoing series.
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Show Notes
00:00:00 Intro
00:02:23 DC Rebirth and The Dawn of the Justice League
00:14:55 Green Lantern #48
00:22:43 Green Lantern Corps: Edge of Oblivion #1
00:31:38 Sinestro #19
00:40:34 Closing


Super Hero Speak – #140: 2015 Movie Speakies!

In part 2 of Super Hero Speak’s first annual award episode the guys give you the 2015 Movie Speakies! So sit back and enjoy as the guys talk about the best and worst movies of 2015.

“Coulson!” prize (best character death):
Han Solo (Star Wars: The Force Awakens)
Ant-tony (Ant-man)
Quicksilver (Avengers: Age of Ultron)

Shyamalan prize (best surprise twist):
Hawkeye has a secret country house and a whole secret family (Avengers: Age of Ultron)
At President Snow’s execution, Katniss kills Coin instead (The Hunger Games: Mockingjay part 2)
Blofeld is Bond’s adopted brother. (Spectre)
Nostalgia Critic (Shyamalan Month: January)

“Deus Ex Machina” prize (worst use of convenient plot device or bad science):
The I. Rex can speak raptor because … genetics (Jurassic World)
Poe’s alive but seemed to conveniently abandon his quest for BB-8 (Star Wars)
Thor tries to destroy Vision with lightning, but this somehow gives him life. (Age of Ultron)
The mind stone is conveniently in Loki’s staff and there is information stored on it like a hard drive that can be read as an AI Program. (Age of Ultron)
consciousness can be transferred via helmet and wires (Chappie)
Blofeld drilling into James Bond’s head. Not only does it not affect him in the way Blofeld says, it doesn’t affect him at all. (Spectre)
Tank on a keychain (Ant Man)
Thomas the Tank balloon (Ant Man)

“I Know Kung Fu” prize (best movie fight):
Kilo Ren vs. Rey (mind vs. mind) (Star Wars)
Finn vs Riot Trooper (Star Wars)
Ant-man vs. Falcon (Ant-man)
T. rex vs. I. rex vs. Raptors (Jurassic World)
Hulkbuster Iron Man vs Hulk (Age of Ultron)
Mad Max: Fury Road (The entire movie)

“Maybe you should put some shorts on or something if you want to keep fighting evil today” prize (worst hero):
The Thing (Fant4stic)
Adam Sandler (Pixels)
The Hulk (Avengers: Age of Ultron)
Finn (Star Wars)

“Inconceivable” prize (worst villain):
Darren Cross (Ant-man)
Doctor Doom (Fant4stic)
John Connor (Terminator: Genisys)
Vincent Moore (Chappie)
Baron Von Strucker (Age of Ultron)
Josh Trank (Director: Fantastic 4)

“It’s not who you are underneath, it’s what you do that defines you” prize (best hero):
Rey (Star Wars)
Finn (Star Wars)
Ant-man (Ant-man)
Hawkeye (Avengers: Age of Ultron)
Imperator Furiosa (Mad Max)

“Wait’ll they get a load of me” prize (best villain):
Kilo Ren (Star Wars)
Ava (Ex Machina)
Richmond Valentine (Kingsman: The Secret Service)
Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Spectre)
Immortan Joe (Mad Max: Fury Road)

“Michael Bay” prize (worst picture / waste of effects budget for all the story problems):
Terminator: Genisys

Honorable Mentions:
Maze Runner: Scorch Trials
Jupiter Ascending

“Mulligan” prize (movie that wasn’t perfect, but we’re willing to give it a pass):
Avengers: Age of Ultron
Jurassic World
The Force Awakens

“Honest Trailer-proof” prize (best picture / least plot holes):
Ex Machina
The Force Awakens

“HA HA” Funniest movie
The Martian