Weird Science DC Comics Podcast Spotlight: Aquaman #36 & Harley Quinn: Harley Loves Joker #2

It’s a Reggie Spotlight and he gives us two books full of fun, adventure, tragedy and hope.  Actually, they are both a little down, but that’s the way it goes sometimes. This Week’s Patreon Spotlight: The Brave and the Bold: Batman and Wonder Woman #4 & New Challengers #1 and also…Patreon Spotlight: Batman #47 Continue reading

Weird Science DC Comics Podcast Ep 175: DC Comics, Justice League No Justice and Tickle Fights

Check out our Patreon and for as little as $1 a month, you can help support the podcast and get a bunch of shows!  This Week’s Patreon Spotlight: Batman White Knight #8 & Sideways #4

  • Intro (0:00), Books – See List Below (12:01), Mail #1 (1:18:18), Mail #2 (2:33:26), Marvel Minute – Hunt For Wolverine: Adamantium Agenda #1 (3:13:42), Rant and Raves (4:47:43), Vermillion’s Vision – Shadowman Vol 1 (5:31:21)
  • DC Comics Reviewed: Justice League: No Justice #1 (19:58), Detective Comics #980 (49:30), Wonder Woman #46 (1:50:32), Flash #46 (2:06:38), Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps #44 (3:40:50), Suicide Squad #41 (4:08:02), New Superman and the Justice League of China #23 (4:25:53), Eternity Girl #3 (5:12:24),  Batgirl and the Birds of Prey #22 (5:51:40), The Immortal Men #2 (6:13:28)

Weird Science DC Comics Podcast Spotlight: Red Hood and the Outlaws #22

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Comic News Insider Episode 846 – Training For TCAF!

Comic News Insider: Episode 846 is now available for free download! Click on the link or get it through iTunes! Sponsored by Dynamic Forces.

Reviews: Avengers Vol 7 #1, Coda #1, DC Nation #0, Red Sonja/Tarzan #1 

TCAF is approaching and Jimmy is madly prepping for it. Due to that, he has to fly solo but recruits friends to send in some audio reviews. Thanks to Amy aka The Frog Queen, Ashley Lanni, Erica Schultz and Rachael Smith. News includes: Gina Gagliano will serve as Publishing Director for the new Random House Graphic, the 2000AD Sci-Fi Special will have an all-female creative team including Babs Tarr/Tula Lotay/Leah Moore/Emma Vieceli/ Alex De Campi/etc,  Bill & Ted 3 is happening and more! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us!

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Weird Science DC Comics Podcast Ep 173: DC Comics, Brother Eye, Puppets and Drinking Soda Like a Badass

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Weird Science DC Comics Podcast Ep 172: DC Comics, Action Comics #1000, Batman, Booster and the Phantom Reviewer

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Super Hero Speak – #254: Brian Lau Returns

This week Brian Lau returns to the podcast. He tells the guys all about what’s going on with his book Staunch Ambition, and the kick starter he’s currently running for issue 3. Plus they discuss Dave’s new obsession Paper Clip Universe and the current state of affairs with Stan Lee. All this and so much more, so sit back and enjoy!

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Super Podcasto Magnifico! Ep. #273: Hell to Pay! Lost in Space!

Lost in Space Review

On this podcast we review the first episode of Netflix’s Lost in Space and the new Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay. Spoilers ahead, dear boy. Listen in!

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Weird Science DC Comics Podcast Spotlight: Wonder Woman #44 & Trinity #21

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Comics Alternative, Episode 276: Reviews of Milk Wars, Motor Girl Omnibus, and Strangers in Paradise XXV #1 & #2

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Paul is back on the podcast, fresh from working on his dissertation. On this episode, he updates Derek on his dissertating progress, and then the Two Guys plunge into the show proper. They begin by looking at the five issues that make up the DC Universe/Young Animal crossover Milk Wars (DC Comics). Both Paul and Derek share their experiences reading JLA/Doom Patrol Special #1Mother Panic/Batman Special #1Shade, the Changing Girl/Wonder Woman Special #1Cave Carson Has A Cybernetic Eye/Swamp Thing Special #1, and Doom Patrol/JLA Special #1. A significant difference between the guys’ appreciation of the Milk War crossover is linked to each of their post reading history with both the Young Animal titles and DC’s current superhero happenings.

After that, they celebrate the recent work of Terry Moore. The Two Guys discus in detail Motor Girl Omnibus, released just last month from Moore’s Abstract Studios. This is a limited series that originally came out in 2017, but both Derek and Paul wanted to revisit the title now that the entire run is available in one volume. From there, they jump into the first two issues of Moore’s latest efforts, Strangers in Paradise XXV. Both are excited to be back in the world of Katchoo and Francine, and even more compelling is the fact that Moore is crossing over his narrative worlds. There are elements of both Rachel Rising and Echo in this new SiP. And while those familiar with Moore’s previous comics will bring an enhanced appreciation to the latest series, first-time readers of Moore will nonetheless get a lot out of Strangers in Paradise XXV without feeling lost. Both Paul and Derek love the work of Terry Moore, and their discussion of these new releases demonstrate this fact.

Super Hero Speak – #253: Not So Ready Player One

This week the guys share strange stories from Twitter, talk about Karl Urban casting in The Boys and discuss the Last Starfighter reboot. Plus the main event the review Ready Player One! So listen to what we have to say then let us know what you thought of Ready Player One. Enjoy!

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My Comic Shop History Live Book Club Special Ft. Batman: White Knight

Season 4 Premiere Week concludes with a book club special recorded live at Zapp Comic Con in Wayne, NJ. Host Anthony Desiato and guest Shawn Hendricks (clerk, Fat Moose Comics) discuss issues #1-6 of the DC Comics miniseries BATMAN: WHITE KNIGHT by writer/artist Sean Murphy. Season 4 of My Comic Shop History continues with new episodes every other Wednesday.

Comic Book Central #215: Comic Book Central at Wizard World Cleveland

My adventure in Cleveland, OH continues with a trip to Wizard World Cleveland! You’ll hear from Gotham’s David Mazouz and Sean Pertwee, legendary artists Carl Potts and Phil Ortiz, super animator/director Tom Cook, PLUS – a Justice League cameo with the Flash and Cyborg – Ezra Miller and Ray Fisher!
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Longbox Review 134: Retro Review: The Brave and the Bold #182

Podcast 134: Retro Review: The Brave and the Bold #182

Pulled from the longbox, I talk about one of my favorite issues in my collection: The Brave and the Bold #182 (cover date January 1982).

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Deconstructing Comics #589: Dorman, Mackie, and McCrea at Toronto Comicon

This week, three interviews that Koom got at Toronto Comicon, in a special two-hour episode!

Dave Dorman is best known for his Star Wars art, as well as other fantasy work, and even some Batman. Here he talks about being one of the first students at the Kubert School, and the lasting friendships he made there with other now-famous names, and about his approach to painting, including doing likenesses.

Howard Mackie entered Marvel in 1984 as an editor, and eventually became the writer on such characters as Ghost Rider, Iron Man, and Spider-Man. He talks about that transition, working with the guys who would later form Image Comics, and what he’s done since leaving Marvel.

John McCrea is best known for his work with Garth Ennis on such works as Troubled Souls, Hitman, and Section 8. What’s it like working with Garth? Why should you avoid doing work that goes against your publisher’s expectations? Why did he set out to do a different kind of comics than the type he’s seemingly best suited for?

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