Top 5 Comics Podcast – Episode 139 – Covid-19 Crossover

Comic book round table. This week, we are doing a crossover episode with the guys at Comic Talk 616. As we talk the ins and outs of the Comic Industry during COVID-19 and more ………..

Run Times –

Crossover Begins …. – 1:45 – 1:38:50

Lessons of the Day (LOTD) – 1:38:50

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Top 5 Comics Podcast Ep. 139 Season 8

Produced By Top 5 Comics Podcast & Comic Talk 616
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Comic Talk 616
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Mike from Killzero Studio

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Weird Science Marvel Comics Podcast Ep 175: Marvel Comics X-Men Catch-Up – Marauders #3 & Excalibur #3

It’s Marvel Comics X-Men Catch-Up Time!  Two more books down and a ton to go!  If you want to help out the podcast and get a ton of exclusive podcast shows as well, join our Patreon (patreon.com/weirdscience) where you can get shows like this week’s Marvel Patreon Spotlight: Hawkeye Freefall #5 & Werewolf by Night #32

  • Intro (0:00), Marauders #3 (04:03), Excalibur #3 (18:46)

Wayne’s Comics Podcast #434: Interview with Philip Kosloski

Wayne's Comics, Wayne Hall, Philip Kosloski, Voyage Comics, Finnian, Seven Mountains, Joan of Arc, St. Michael, Viking, Ireland, marauders, sword, France, faith-filled

In Episode 434 this week, I talk with creator Philip Kosloski from Voyage Comics about two of his current series’: Finnian and the Seven Mountains and The Mission of Joan of Arc.  The books from his company are described as “faith-filled stories that captivate, inspire, and entertain.” We discuss how both series’ came to be, explore the characters in them, and find out what we can expect from Philip in the months ahead! Here’s more about that first series: “Seeking to avenge the death of his parents at the hands of Viking marauders, a young man named Finnian leaves his monastic school in Ireland to find a legendary sword rumored to have the extraordinary power to defeat evil.” Then the second is described this way: “At age 18, Joan led the French armies into battle. She was a peasant girl who couldn’t even read, let alone fight a war. To save France from the English, she was going to need divine intervention. The heavens answered her.” You can order these books and more at this link, and I highly recommend them both!

Top 5 Comics Podcast – Episode 10 – NEKO BUSOU TENKOMORI / Armed Cats

An action figure / model review of the Tenkomori from the Neko Busou (“armed cats”) product line from Bandai.

It’s a snap-fit model kit featuring the painted figure of a black and white cat (5cm long) and many parts that allow you to build a powerful armored vehicle around him!

The Bandai Spirits Cat Tribute is hilarious, with the cat piloting a giant mecha that can burn down a small village with all the weapons it carries. This harmless-looking feline wearing a terrifying battle armor is just the sort of amazingly ridiculous thing that will stand out in any collection.

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Weird Science Marvel Comics Podcast Ep 174: Marvel Comics, Avengers of the Wastelands, World War Hulk and Killer Personalities

More Marvel Comics new and old with Avengers of the Wastelands #4 and World War Hulk #3!  If you want to help support all our podcasts and get plenty more in return, check out our  Patreon (patreon.com/weirdscience) where you can get shows like this week’s Marvel Comics Patreon Spotlight: Ant-Man #4 & Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #1

Intro (0:00), Avengers of the Wastelands #4 (06:32), World War Hulk #3 (31:50)

Weird Science Marvel Comics Podcast Ep 173: Marvel X-Men Catch-Up – Fallen Angels #2 & X-Men #3

It’s a Marvel X-Men Catch-Up Show!  There will be 2 a week from now until we catch-up fully on the X-Books.  If you want to help support all our podcasts and get plenty more in return, check out our  Patreon (patreon.com/weirdscience) where you can get shows like this week’s Marvel Comics Patreon Spotlight: Ant-Man #4 & Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #1

  • Intro (0:00), Fallen Angels #2 (03:56), X-Men #3 (16:45)

Weird Science Marvel Comics Podcast Ep 172: Marvel Spotlight – Daredevil #231 “Saved”

Finishing the Marvel Classic, Daredevil Born Again by Frank Miller.  If you like this show, there are plenty like this over at our Patreon (patreon.com/weirdscience) where you can get shows like this week’s Marvel Comics Patreon Spotlight: Ant-Man #4 & Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #1

Wayne’s Comics Podcast #433: Interviews with Sean McArdle, Ryan Magnon and Curtis Andersen

Wayne Hall, Wayne’s Comics, Charlie Chaplin, Heddy Lamour, Adolf Hitler, Sean McArdle, Tim Seeley, Ryan Magnon, Curtis Andersen, Alter Nation, Panda Mony, FDR, Source Point Press, Comics Experience, Errol Flynn, Dark Horse, Sham, Albert, Daart, Quillroy, El Ray, Alpha, Sabotage, Bomber, Alfred Hitchcock,

It’s another great doubleheader this week in Episode 433! We start things off with a great conversation with Sean McArdle from the excellent comic The Furher and the Tramp from Source Point Press. The first issue has been released, with more to come! Here’s the book’s description: “Charlie Chaplin – comic, filmmaker, and raconteur didn’t become the world’s biggest star by courting controversy, but when he comes face-to-face with the horrors of Hitler, he feels compelled to get off the sidelines and get involved. And then Charlie is approached by FDR himself with a special assignment. His mission, if he chooses to accept it: create a propaganda film to drum up public support for joining the war in Europe!” We talk about the series, which I highly recommend, including the characters, the surprises, and what Sean has in store for us in the months ahead! Be sure to let your LCS know you want this title!

Then everything concludes with my fun conversation with Ryan Magnon and Curtis Andersen from Alter Nation and Panda Mony! Comics and toys have long worked together to tickle the imaginations of children of all ages, so we talk about their creative franchise Alter Nation. Here’s how the comic is described: “Off the coast of California, at a secluded naval base on San Nicolas Island, a special forces team was created in a top secret government experiment. It’s objective: create the perfect soldier by blending human and animal genetic abilities.” We talk about the comics included with each action figure as well as the Dark Horse book written by Tim Seeley, then look ahead to what we can expect from these high-power creators in the months ahead. Your LCS can order these books and toys, so let them know you want them! Be sure to check out the website listed above for videos and much more! Special thanks to Jeremy Bonds for making this interview happen!

The Evil Life: Making Evil #6

Nils-Petter Norlin and Nick Marino talk about creating Finding Evil chapters 5-8 (17-20 on Webtoon) of The Evil Life webcomic as Hester, Gloom, and Blarf hatch crazy schemes and settle into their new lives under the same roof.

We dig into some of Nils’s best background jokes and references in these four chapters, including wacky book titles in Gloom’s room, the return of the living sludge, and Nils’s own secret appearances in the comic!

We also answer a burning question from Webtoon about Nessie, tease some more about our upcoming underwater koala comic, delve into the timeline of putting The Evil Life together over the past eight years, and drop some hints about the ending of this webcomic including a redacted question from Rosie.

After the end theme Nils tell us about his joyous May the 4th celebration this year, including all of the rad lightsabers he put together with his kids, the Mandalorian helmet he just finished, and the next helmet he’s gonna make.

You can follow The Evil Life webcomic on NickMarino.net or Webtoon. The chapters covered in this conversation include Finding Evil 5: Team Meeting, 6: Brain Food, and 7: Flavor Savior, and 8: The Ultimatum. And Chapter 9 is out now!

EMP Episode 165: Nipple Harness

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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 Marvel Comics Avengers books of Jun – Nov 1971.  Part 1 of the Kree Skrull War!

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0:25:58 Avengers (1963) #89
0:37:46 Avengers (1963) #90
0:45:28 Avengers (1963) #91
0:51:07 Avengers (1963) #92
0:58:10 Avengers (1963) #93

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Wayne’s Comics Podcast #432: Interviews with Gerald J. Jones and Michael Gordon

It’s another big Kickstarter doubleheader this week in Episode 432! Everything kicks off with my fun interview with Gerald J. Jones from Driver.Eight! The first issue is being supported right now on Kickstarter, and here’s the description: “A near-future science fiction story taking you beyond the edge of reality itself.” We talk about the series, which I find very insightful and fascinating, including the characters, the surprises, and what Gerald has planned for the future! To support this debut issue, go to this link today!

Then everything wraps up with the return of Michael Gordon from Red Winter!  The latest chapter in this high-drama crime noir series is coming, and it’s called Red Winter: Fallout #1! Here’s the book’s description: “Following a gang massacre at the Moscow Oil Refinery, the son of a disgraced former NYPD detective scrambles to escape the city alive!” We talk about how the first miniseries ended, then look ahead to what Michael and his creative team have in store for us in the coming months. To back this new book, go to this link today! To read my review of the first issue of the initial miniseries, go here!