MwaP Episode 84: All New New Uncanny Stuff

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The boys are quickly back with this quick episode!! In this episode Scott pleads with people to vote for Tsukigakirei and then talks about his never ending battle with Elevators at Cons. Meanwhile Corwin continues his streak of not seeing any movies, and starts becoming obsessed with Anime on Prime. In Con Report Scott talks about Setsucon. The books for Decemeber 2017 are reviewed. In Past-O-Vision they wrap up Agent X. And as always Robot Chicken Hulk wraps the show up with a PSA..

0:02:11 News
0:06:16 Con Report: Setsucon 2018
0:13:56 Hellhouse Fax
0:16:38 The Defenders (2017) #8
0:22:54 Deadpool Vs Old Man Logan (2017) #3
0:28:03 Spider-Man Deadpool (2016) #25
0:35:01 Unbelievable Gwenpool (2016) #23
0:40:48 Despicable Deadpool (2017) #290
0:47:46 Despicable Deadpool (2017) #291
0:55:25 Agent X (2002) #14
1:05:45 Agent X (2002) #15
1:18:34 Best of 2017 Awards

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Comic Book Central #208: John Newton-the Boy of Steel celebrates 30 years of the TV series Superboy

Look! Up in the sky! It’s John Newton! John flies into the Lair this week to reminisce about portraying the Boy of Steel and to help me celebrate the 30th anniversary of the TV series, Superboy!
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Comic News Insider Episode 831 – CNI Love!

Comic News Insider: Episode 831 is now available for free download! Click on the link or get it through iTunes! Sponsored by Dynamic Forces.

Reviews: Twisted Romance #1, Walt Disney Showcase Vol 2 #1, X-Men Red #1, Altered Carbon

Jon Hoche returns to co-host! They talk about the Venom trailer, Michael Bay possibly directing a Lobo film and Joaquin Phoenix may be a new Joker. News includes: the classic Archie comics are returning, Wolverine’s return in comics will come in 4 separate series, Hannah Simone will star in the remake of The Greatest American Hero and more! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us!



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Grawlix Bytes #10: Sock Monkeys and Valentines

On this Valentine’s Day special Randy and Melanie listen and react to audio feedback from Sammie the Sockmonkey. Bad gangster impressions, more childhood fears and listener love on this surprisingly sweet Bytes. Enjoy!

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Comics Alternative, Episode 268: Reviews of Recent Romance Comics

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Built for Love

It’s Valentine’s Day, and this week the Two Guys with PhDs are doing something they’ve never done before: devote an entire episode to recent romance comics. And this year, there are quite a number of new comics devoted to love and relationships…and with curious twists. And speaking of twists, they begin their show by discussing the first two issues of the new Image Comics series, Twisted Romance. This is a four-issue anthology published weekly throughout the month of February, and in issues #1 and #2 we see comics contributions from the creators Alex de Campo, Katie Shelly, Sarah Horrocks, Alejandra Gutierrez, and Meredith McClaren, with short prose offerings from Magen Cubed and Vita Ayala. From there they go to Death of Love #1 (Image Comics), written by Justin Jordan with art by Donal Delay. Much like Twisted Romance, this is a skewed look at love — and this one includes assholes and drugs.

Following that, Gene and Derek discuss one more recent release from Image Comics, Tee Franklin and Jenn St-onge’s Bingo Love. This is a unique LGBT narrative that focuses on the relationship of older citizens. While intended for teen readers, this is a graphic novel that can be appreciated by all ages. After that they visit, once again, the wacky world of Craig Yoe and his partner Clizia Gussoni. Weird Love, Vol. 6: So This Is Love! (IDW Publishing/Yoe Books) is the latest collection of their Weird Love series, classic romance stories from the 1950s and 1960s that not only appear warped to our contemporary eyes, but were probably strange to their original audiences. And finally, the guys wrap up their special Valentine’s Day episode with an offering from DC Comics, Young Monsters in Love. Much like last October’s DC House of Horror, this is an extra-long seasonal anthology issue written and drawn by a who’s who of DC creators. Included are stories focusing on, among others, Swamp Thing, Man-Bat, Raven, Frankenstein Agent of S.H.A.D.E., Solomon Grundy, Deadman, the Creature Commandos, and (one of the guys’ favorites) Monsieur Mallah and the Brain.

Love is definitely in the air this week!

Super Hero Speak – #245: Omar Spahi

This week the guys sit down with Omar Spahi the creative mind behind Xenoglyphs.  Xenoglyphs follows Steven James and his best friend Dom Jenkins as they try to stop Anubis, the master of evil, from collecting all nine Xenoglyphs. Omar also talks about his involvement with the Robbie Amell project Code 8. All this and much more, so sit back and enjoy!

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EMP Episode 133.4: Avengers Observe!

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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…. The Game is a Foot! Or, that is to say, there is a game being played. The game isn’t necessarily a foot or a hand or any appendage. Pieces on this game’s board include several Avengers, The Black Order and the Lethal Legion. Players in this game? Definitely the GrandMaster… or than that we’re stumped. Avengers: No Surrender continues to be an entertaining and great looking (that art by Pepe Larazz!!) mystery! Meanwhile on a more street-level playing field, the Defenders are determined to dismantle anyone detrimental to their plan to disorganize crime. That means all potential Kingpins, the line for ass-kickery forms here! Plus! A visual gag 17 years in the making! It’s all here in EARTH’S MIGHTIEST PODCAST Episode 133W.4…’Nuff-celsior!  

0:07:38 Avengers (2016) #678
0:25:54 Defenders (2017) #9

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Previews Spotlight #124: 2018-02

John discusses the contents of the February 2018 Previews catalog and plays clips sent in from listeners spotlighting items they picked.

We had 1 other podcast/blog represented this month:
Superman Fan Podcast

and 9 listeners:
Chris Braly
Todd Cassel
Nathan Haselhorst
Jason Kim
Alan Bowman
Mo Walker
Martin Pierro

Items mentioned:
p.29 (John Mayo) PREVIEWS
p.46 (Chris Braly) Xerxes: Fall of the House of Darius and the Rise of Alexander #1
p.50 (Drew) Black Hammer: Age of Doom #1
p.50 (Billy Hogan) Black Hammer: Age of Doom #1
p.52 (Todd Cassel) Doctor Star and the Kingdom of Lost Tomorrows #2
p.52 (Billy Hogan) Doctor Star and the Kingdom of Lost Tomorrows #2
p.53 (Nathan Haselhorst) Aliens: Dust to Dust #1
p.53 (Jason Kim) Aliens: Dust to Dust #1
p.69 (Billy Hogan) Usagi Yojimbo: The Hidden #2
p.82 (Billy Hogan) Action Comics #1000
p.83 (John Mayo) ACTION COMICS #1000
p.87 (Billy Hogan) Terrifics #3
p.92 (Alan Bowman) Batgirl and the Birds of Prey #21
p.93 (John Mayo) BATMAN #45
p.105 (John Mayo) DEATHSTROKE #30
p.117 (John Mayo) NIGHTWING #43
p.120 (Billy Hogan) Superman #44 and #45
p.130 (Mo Walker) Wild Storm #13
p.149 (Drew) Astro City #52
p.149 (Billy Hogan) Astro City #52
p.175 (Heidi) X-Files: Florida Man #1
p.198 (Chris Braly) Analog #1
p.198 (John Mayo) ANALOG #1
p.200 (Mo Walker) Isola #1
p.204 (Mo Walker) Dead Hand #1
p.206 (Martin Pierro) Skyward #1
p.206 (John Mayo) SKYWARD #1
p.224 (Alan Bowman) Elsewhere #6
p.230 (Drew) Lazarus #27
p.231 (Drew) Manifest Destiny #36
p.M9 (Alan Bowman) Domino #1
p.M51 (Drew) Thanos Annual #1
p.M51 (Chris Braly) Thanos Annual #1
p.M59 (Mo Walker) X-Men Red #1
p.256 (Billy Hogan) Strangers in Paradise XXV #3
p.258 (Billy Hogan) Athena Voltaire #3
p.258 (Heidi) The Ghost and the Owl HC
p.265 (Drew) LiveWork #1
p.273 (Chris Braly) Animosity HC
p.302 (Drew) Suvival Fetish #1
p.302 (Jason Kim) Suvival Fetish #1
p.303 (Mo Walker) Black [AF]: Widows and Orphans #1
p.308 (Chris Braly) Robocop: Citizens Arrest #1
p.335 (Martin Pierro) Void of Heroes TPB
p.335 (Heidi) Sugar Boogarz #5
p.335 (John Mayo) VOID OF HEROES V1 TPB
p.338 (Chris Braly) Swashbucklers #1
p.396 (Billy Hogan) Tick #4
p.417 (Drew) DayGloAyHole #1
p.420 (Chris Braly) Yellow Submarine HC
p.422 (Chris Braly) Prisoner #1
p.424 (Todd Cassel) Prisoner Kirby and Kane Artist Edition HC
p.446 (John Mayo) X-O MANOWAR #14
p.453 (Martin Pierro) Wasted Space #1
p.888 (Jason Kim) Amazing Comic Con schedule
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#208: John Newton-the Boy of Steel celebrates 30 years of the TV series Superboy

Look! Up in the sky! It’s John Newton! John flies into the Lair this week to reminisce about portraying the Boy of Steel and to help me celebrate the 30th anniversary of the TV series, Superboy!
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Weird Science DC Comics Podcast Ep 162: DC Comics, Batman and Eric’s Chatterbate Rules

Check out our Patreon. For as little as $1 a month, you can help support the podcast! This week’s Patreon Spotlight: Swamp Thing Winter Special #1 & Young Monsters in Love #1

  • Intro (0:00), Rant and Raves (11:10), Mail #1 (43:29), Books – See List Below (55:51), Mail #2 (2:11:19), Marvel Minute – X-Men Red #1 (2:21:07), Mail #3 (3:41:07), Mail #4 (4:48:53), Vermillion’s Visions – Rock Candy Mountain Vol 1 (5:00:07), Jeremy’s Crossover Corner – The Shadow/Batman #5, Exit Stage Left: The Snagglepuss Chronicles #2 & Dastardly And Muttley #6 (5:14:53), Mail #5 (6:13:16)


  • DC Books Reviewed: Batman #40 (58:02), Batman: White Knight #5 (1:22:20), Nightwing #38 (1:46:15), Green Lanterns #40 (2:34:57), Green Arrow #37 (2:54:50), Justice League #38 (3:18:56), Harley Quinn #37 (3:48:12), Black Lightning: Cold Dead Hands #4 (4:06:27), Milk Wars: Mother Panic/Batman Special #1 (4:30:31), Deathstroke #28 (6:21:19), Bane: Conquest #9 (7:00:37)

Comics Alternative Interviews: Bill Kartalopoulos and Ben Katchor

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  • 00:00:26 – Introduction
  • 00:02:30 – Setup of interview
  • 00:04:05 – Interview with Bill Kartalopoulos and Ben Katchor
  • 01:36:02 – Wrap up
  • 01:37:10 – Contact us


Challenging Comics

Derek talks with Bill Kartalopoulos and Ben Katchor about the 2017 volume of The Best American Comics (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt). They are, respectively, the general editor of the series and last year’s guest editor. Paul and Derek had wanted to interview the two back in December, but due to life complications, they weren’t able to have them on the show. And although Paul wasn’t able to join in on this interview, he was with everyone in spirit. So better late than never, Derek speaks with Ben and Bill about the process of their collaboration, the challenges that they faced in collecting potential material, Ben’s choices in structuring and populating the 2017 volume, the ways in which current politics couldn’t help but find their way into the text, and the questions both editors faced with the very concept of “best comics.”

Comics Alternative, Webcomics: Reviews of The Flying Ship, Next Town Over, and Yu+Me: Dreams

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Fairytales, Steampunk, and Dreams

For February, Sean and Derek discuss three very different webcomics, each published by a single young female creator. They begin with two currently ongoing titles, Jess Milton’s The Flying Ship and Erin Mehlos’s Next Town Over. The first is webcomic inspired by a Russian fairytale, and despite its relatively short run so far, Milton does a great job at establishing a detailed premise. Mehlos’s Next Town Over is a curious mix of magic, steampunk, and the western genre (although not set in the American West). The Two Guys then wrap up with the already-completed webcomic, Yu+Me: Dream. This long-form narrative ran from 2004 to 2010, and there are several fascinating stylistic turns that the guys cannot discuss in detail for fear of soiling the webcomic for first-time readers.

Two Dimension | Episode 216


There were a lot of comics to talk about, starting with Superman Elseworlds, and which came first, Inhumans or New Gods? Then the Wonder Woman movie came up and the concept of screen time was going to be discussed, but turned into Richard Pryor instead. A webcomic and Instagram feed was discussed and finished out with The Light And Darkness War.
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Critiquing Comics #127: “Planet Wrestletopia” and “Dreamtime”

Planet Wrestletopia and DreamtimeInvasion from Planet Wrestletopia #1 presents a washed-up wrestler who, though he doesn’t know it yet, is about to have to defend his 15-year-old claim to being “the champion of the universe”! Is this comic by Ed Kuehnel, Matt Entin, and Dan Schkade also a champion, or another also-ran?

Irrational Comics is again presenting its annual PITCH page, in which five writers submit eight-page scripts, drawn by the publishers artists, and then users vote for their favorite. In this episode, Tim and Mulele discuss the first of the five, Shaun Kang’s Dreamtime, in which a man uses the Aussie Aboriginal “dreamtime” state to solve murders.

Attend the upcoming CANVAS Sequential Art Meetup on Comics & Visual Storytelling in Tokyo on February 15 at 7 pm, featuring Raul Trevino, and this podcast’s own Mulele Jarvis and Tim Young!

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Weekly Comics Spotlight #547: 2018-01-31

John and Drew discuss JLA DOOM PATROL SPECIAL #1 by DC, TALES OF SUSPENSE #101 by Marvel and ELEPHANTMEN #80 by IMAGE COMICS.

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00:00 Intro
18:12 Marvel: TALES OF SUSPENSE #101
42:43 General discussion
53:30 Next Week Promo
53:39 Wrap up
54:10 End of episode.

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