Super Hero Speak – #234: Mister Poopy Pants

This week the guys bring you Justice League Trivia, Marvel News and they tackle sexual harassment in Hollywood.  Yes with Eddie Berganza, Brett Ratner and Andrew Kriesberg in the news they felt they had to talk about. So be warned this episode is a bit more adult than normal and may not be suitable for all listeners.

Check out Valt for all your password protection needs: https://valt.io/superhero

Support us by buying a really cool T-Shirthttps://teespring.com/stores/super-hero-speak

Join the conversation on Slack: https://shs-slack-signup.stamplayapp.com/

Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SuperHeroSpeak

Like us and leave feedback on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Superherospeak

Comics Alternative, Episode 257: A Publisher Spotlight on Conundrum Press

Listen to the podcast!

Time Codes:

blkfade

Memoirs, Nightmares, and Bananas

This week on The Comics Alternative Andy and Derek return to one of their favorite publishers, Conundrum Press, for their next publisher spotlight. They had previously released a similar episode on Conundrum two and a half years ago, and they wanted to do so again with their fall 2017 releases. The six titles under discussion vary in style and topic, although the first three books the guys review are all memoirs: Lorina Mapa’s Duran Duran, Imelda Marcos, and Me, Michael Nybrandt and Thomas Mikkelsen’s Dreams in Thin Air, and David Collier’s Morton: A Cross-Country Rail Journey. After that they turn to James Cadelli and his first graphic novel, Getting Out of Hope, and then the surreal story collection Mister Morgen by Croatian poster artist Igor Hofbauer. Finally, Andy and Derek conclude with one of their favorite of the fall releases, The Collected Neil the Horse, by Arn Saba (now Katherine Collins). This is a classic black-and-white comic from the early 1980s that definitely deserves this kind of attention.

The closing music of this episode, in fact, is created by Collins for Neil the Horse!

Time Wars Spotlight #01: The Ivanhoe Gambit

John and Kay have a spoiler filled discussion about the first book in Simon Hawke’s Time Wars series: The Ivanhoe Gambit.

Links:
Time Wars Series @ GoodReads.com: https://www.goodreads.com/series/44458-timewars
The Ivanhoe Gambit @ GoodReads.com: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/597049.The_Ivanhoe_Gambit
The Ivanhoe Gambit @ Amazon.com: http://amzn.to/2At1pXh
Comics Podcast Network: http://www.comicspodcasts.com
League of Comic Book Podcasts: http://www.comicbooknoise.com/league/

Email us at TheGuys@ComicBookPage.com

Join the discussion on our forum at: http://forum.comicbookpage.com

This podcast episode originated on the Comic Book Page website: http://www.ComicBookPage.com

Episode 52: DC Signs Bendis, Gotham by Gaslight Trailer, and Long Lost Review #1

Ryan and Allen weigh in on the news of Brian Michael Bendis heading over to DC Comics, the Gotham by Gaslight Trailer, and review Long Lost #1 from Scout Comics. Thanks for listening!

Music:
Farewell Transmission by Songs: Ohia

Follow us on Twitter @ComicsCornerPod
Subscribe, Rate and Review us on Itunes
Visit our website here
Email: columbuscomicscorner[at]gmail.com

Comic News Insider Episode 818 – Masters of CNI Fu!

Comic News Insider: Episode 818 is now available for free download! Click on the link or get it through iTunes! Sponsored by Dynamic Forces.

Reviews: Master of Kung Fu Vol 2. #126, Port of Earth #1, Slots #1 & #2, Robert Kirkman’s Secret History of Comics 

Jimmy brings back regular co-host Jon Hoche as we revert back to a regular format show after all the massive NYCC coverage. Which we hope you enjoyed! They talk about Jodie Whittaker’s official outfit as The Doctor and what they hope to see at this weekend’s Anime NYC convention. News includes: Jean Grey is returning to Marvel Comics, Amazon is producing/airing a prequel TV series based on Lord of the Rings, Hasbro approaches Mattel about a buyout offer and more! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us!

Email

Facebook

Comic News Insider

Thanks for listening!

Airship 27 Podcast #33: The Silver Riders

Captain Ron Fortier and Chief Engineer Rob Davis return for another exciting adventure aboard the Airship 27!

It’s a shorter show this time around due to some technical difficulties, but that just means more show packed in a shorter time!

They talk about their newest release The Silver Riders, Secret Agent X, Nightbreaker, and much more!

So hop on board the Airship 27 with us!

www.airship27.com

www.zone4podcast.com

Comic Book Savant Episode 357: Movie Talk: 2018 Comic Movie Preview

It’s time again, for the annual Comic Movie Preview episode. This is where it all goes down for everything you need to know regarding all the upcoming year’s movie releases, I will discuss what we can hope to expect from next year’s films. Enjoy!

Comics Alternative Interviews: Mark Voger

Listen to the podcast!

Time Codes:

  • 00:00:24 – Introduction
  • 00:02:28 – Setup of interview
  • 00:03:47 – Interview with Mark Voger
  • 01:05:43 – Wrap up
  • 01:07:15 – Contact us

blkfade

“We didn’t need LSD. We had Quisp and Quake.”

On this interview episode, Derek talks with Mark Voger about his latest work, Groovy: When Flower Power Bloomed in Pop Culture. The book comes out this week from TwoMorrows Publishing, and during their conversation Mark discusses the roots of groovy culture that reach back to early twentieth-century modernism and jazz, and are even apparent in discoveries during nineteenth century. But most of the interview is spent talking about the flowering, so to speak, of this cultural trend from the mid-1960s into the early 1970s. Obviously Derek asks Mark about the comics of the time — Mike Sekowsky’s new Wonder Woman, Steve Ditko’s Hawk and Dove, Jim Steranko’s Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., Archie Comics’ Josie, and the underground comix of R. Crumb, Trina Robbins, Jay Lynch, Kim Deitch, and Denis Kitchen — but they also spend a lot of time discussing “groovy culture” in music, television, film, fashion, and art. Mark also briefly covers his previous book, Monster Mash: The Creepy, Kooky Monster Craze In America 1957-1972, and the creative transition he made from the ghoulish to the psychedelic. These were the concurrent popular movements that largely defined his young life.

Be sure to visit Mark Voger’s website to learn more about his groovy work!

Comics Alternative, Euro Comics: Reviews of Billie Holiday, Josephine Baker, and The Green Hand and Other Stories

Listen to the podcast!

Time Codes:

blkfade

Post-Natal Returns

After having to readjust for a few major life changes — including a new baby for first-time parents! — Edward and Derek are back with the monthly Euro Comics series. For November they discuss two graphic biographies devoted to early twentieth-century artists as well as a collection of surreal and experimental fiction. They start with Carlos Sampayo and Jose Muñoz’s Billie Holiday (NBM Publishing), a text that fully utilizes the somber, even noir uses of black-and-white (Muñoz’s art was an inspiration for Frank Miller’s Sin City, after all). Originally published by Fantagraphics in 1993, this work provides a skeletal overview of Holiday’s life and career, both its artistic highs and its drug-filled lows.

A much more detailed graphic biography is Jose-Luis Bocquet and Catel Muller’s Josephine Baker. Published by SelfMadeHero, this is an extensive look at Baker’s life and includes encyclopedic back matter that supplements the narrative. This is a more conventional biography than the one on Billie Holiday, a chronological accounting from a more objective, detached point of view. Perhaps most notable is the fact that Edward, himself, did the translation of this text (although not the back matter). As such, he provides insightful behind-the-scenes information about the preparation of this album, its editorial handling of sensitive racial issues, and the dynamics involved in the art of translation.

Finally, Derek and Edward wrap up with very different kind of work, Nicole Claveloux’s The Green Hand and Other Stories (New York Review Comics). In addition to its longer titular story, the collection includes seven other Claveloux short comics that vary in style and narrative conventionality. All of the pieces are dreamlike, even psychedelic in nature, originally appearing in Métal Hurlant or through Les Humanoïdes Associés between 1979 and 1980. With an introduction by Daniel Clowes and an interview with “Green Hand” co-creator Edith Zha, this is collection that serves as a great introduction to the often-overlooked Claveloux.

Deconstructing Comics #578: Helioscope: Steve Lieber, Maria Frantz, and Ben Dewey

Steve Lieber, Maria Frantz, and Ben Dewey

Three more talks with the folks at Helioscope Studio in Portland in this episode!

Steve Lieber, an artist in his own right and also manager of the studio, gives us a brief history of the studio (including its self-naming woes) and tips on how to start your own studio.

Intern/mentee Maria Frantz, a university student and web cartoonist who grew up reading Calvin and Hobbes, explains her internship and the aims of her comics work, and how her generation approaches comics.

Finally, Ben Dewey (Autumnlands, Beasts of Burden) talks about his process of doing art (involving digital pencils and analog watercolors), why you shouldn’t get too fussy over your comics, managing your comics creating time, and what was good about Rob Liefeld’s work.

Deconstructing Comics site

Weekly Comics Spotlight #534: 2017-11-01

John and Drew discuss BLACK LIGHTNING COLD DEAD HANDS #1 by DC, BLACK BOLT #7 by Marvel and ATOMIC ROBO SPECTRE OF TOMORROW #1 by IDW PUBLISHING.

Time Codes:
00:00 Intro
00:43 DC: BLACK LIGHTNING COLD DEAD HANDS #1
11:38 Marvel: BLACK BOLT #7
21:42 Other: ATOMIC ROBO SPECTRE OF TOMORROW #1 [IDW PUBLISHING]
31:16 General discussion
48:53 Next Week Promo
49:04 Wrap up
49:35 End of episode.

Links:
Comics Podcast Network: http://www.comicspodcasts.com
League of Comic Book Podcasts: http://www.comicbooknoise.com/league/

Email us at TheGuys@ComicBookPage.com

Join the discussion on our forum at: http://forum.comicbookpage.com

This podcast episode originated on the Comic Book Page website: http://www.ComicBookPage.com

X-Men Monday Episode 22: R V P T V R S

The penultimate issue of Mojo Worldwide Crossover is upon the guys. Ryan believes several pages of Despicable Deadpool got lost in the printing process. Did Magneto, Polaris, and Danger steal the show this week? Ryan and Allen dive into a discussion about last week’s X-Men comics. Have the guys lost steam for both Despicable Deadpool and the Mojo crossover? Tune in and hear for yourself. Thanks for listening!

Intro/News (0:00), The Despicable Deadpool #289 (16:41), Generation X #8 (29:08), X-Men Gold #15 (1:02:55), Fastball Tweets (1:29:00)

Follow us on Twitter @ComicsCornerPod and join the #XMENMONDAY thread every NCBD!
Leave us a review on Itunes
Visit our website here
Email: columbuscomicscorner[at]gmail.com

Comic Book Central – Episode #200: 4th Anniversary Special

Get ready to celebrate the 4th anniversary of Comic Book Central! It’s my annual treasury-sized travel back over the past year to revisit some of the most memorable moments on the show. Guests from the worlds of Superman, Star Wars, Star Trek, DC and Marvel TV shows and movies, MST3K, Lost in Space and much MORE!      http://comicbookcentral.net