Comic Book Central – Episode #82: JoAnna Cameron

NEW EPISODE! JoAnna Cameron made TV history as the superhero, Isis...she fought alongside Captain Marvel and Spider-Man and NOW – in a RARE interview - she's on Comic Book Central for week two of Filmation Celebration! Bonus – JoAnna answers YOUR listener questions! http://traffic.libsyn.com/comicbookcentral/CBC_Ep_82_Joanna_Cameron.mp3 http://comicbookcentral.net #ShareTheLair "Like" Comic Book Central on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/comicbookcentralnetwork Subscribe to Comic Book Central in iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/comic-book-central-podcast/id737621226?mt=2 Follow Comic Book Central on Twitter: https://twitter.com/comicbookctrl email: joe@comicbookcentral.net

NEW EPISODE!
JoAnna Cameron made TV history as the superhero, Isis…she fought alongside Captain Marvel and Spider-Man and NOW – in a RARE interview – she’s on Comic Book Central for week two of Filmation Celebration!
Bonus – JoAnna answers YOUR listener questions!
http://comicbookcentral.net
#ShareTheLair
“Like” Comic Book Central on Facebook
Subscribe to Comic Book Central in iTunes
Follow Comic Book Central on Twitter
email: joe@comicbookcentral.net

Comics Alternative Podcast Episode 62: A Roundtable Discussion on Licensed Comics

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LicensedComicsThe Two Guys with PhDs (Talking about Comics) are back with another roundtable discussion, and this time the topic is licensed comics. Joining them again are their podcasting pals, John Mayo from The Comic Book Page and Chris Marshall from Collected Comics Library. Springing from Chris’s suggestion that they talk about licensed properties — and fostered by Andy’s uncanny fascination with ROM and The Micronauts — the four comics dudes cover a wide swath of pop culture history regarding the trans-media nature of certain properties. There’s a lot to talk about with this topic, and the guys try to get as much in as they can. Along the way they discuss comic-book manifestations of Star TrekStar WarsG. I. JoeMy Little PonyDoctor WhoMacGyver, The Bionic Man, Doc Savage, The Spirit, The Monkees, various Disney properties, and personality-based comics such those published on The Beatles, Bob Hope, and Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis (one of Derek’s favorites). The four guys all highlight their favorite licensed titles, and they even propose a few new possibilities as a sort of wish list.

This week’s incidental music is brought to you by
Doctor Who: Original Television Soundtrack,
TV’s Greatest Hits, Vol. 1
, and The Monkees’ Missing Links, Vol. 3

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