Comic News Insider Episode 765 – TCAF Recap w Nate Powell/Kate Ashwin/Mike Maihack!

Reviews: Bug: The Adventures of Forager #1, Misfit City, Star Wars: Screaming Citadel #1, Riverdale finale

Jimmy is joined in studio by Jon Hoche and Tess LaCoil in the rotating co-hosts chair. Jimmy just returned from TCAF and has lots of stories to tell! He got many an interview and moderated 2 panels that you will hear over the next couple of weeks. News includes: Superman will go up against Dr. Manhattan in Doomsday Clock, a live-action Judge Dredd show is on the way, Donald Glover is showrunning an animated Deadpool series, the Disney Channel is making a musical about zombies, Green Lantern may be in the Justice League movie, Reggie Mantle has been recast in Riverdale and more! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us!

 

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Comic News Insider Episode 744 – CNI’s Best of 2016!

Comic News Insider: Episode 744 is now available for free download! Click on the link or get it through iTunes! Sponsored by Dynamic Forces.

It’s our Best of 2016! And just like last year, Jimmy sits down with The Beat’s Heidi MacDonald and good pal Jon Hoche to go over their 2016 favorites in comic books, TV and film. They didn’t read or watch everything released that year, so it’s just the Best of what they did read/watch. Fun discussions on great comics, their creators, TV shows, films, actors and more. What were your favorites last year? Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us!

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Comic News Insider Episode 740 – Tap Dancing Monkeys!

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Comic News Insider: Episode 740 is now available for free download! Click on the link or get it through iTunes! Sponsored by Dynamic Forces.

Reviews: The Circle #1, Motor Crush #1, Reggie and Me Vol 2 #1, Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #1 

Jimmy is joined in studio again by co-Hoche-st with the most, Jon Hoche! Jimmy’s birthday did not go as planned but he appreciated your wishes! He also attended the awesome Warner Bros. Holiday Media Mixer and got to hang with some of his favorite publicists. News included: Dragon Ball Super will air in January, A Duck Tales reboot is coming next year, Archie Comics will release 4 special one-shots, Gypsy will come to The Flash TV show, Pokemon Go releases new monsters, Fantagraphics is getting into the superhero game, R.L. Stine will write Man-Thing, and DC Comics is teaming up some of their heroes with ones from Hanna-Barbera. Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us!

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Comic Timing – Episode 184: Changing Political Climates and Comics

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As the title implies, Comic Timing goes political this episode, partially as some catharsis after the events of the past few weeks, and also as a way to try and explain and further understand the political climate, and how it effects the comic book industry. Brandon Christopher of Pop Culture Clash, Donovan Moragn Grant of Questions, We Don’t Have Answers, Brent Kossina and Ian Levenstein discuss the decision made by Humberto Ramos and George Perez to refuse attending conventions in Red States after the President Elect takes office, as well as comic shops refusing to stock Motor Crush issue 1 because it has a black female lead. We also discuss tangential political topics that are not entirely comic related, but are still relevant to the overall conversation.

This episode may not be for everyone, but I really do feel like there is some excellent conversation within. No punches were pulled, but everyone involved did their best to be respectful while speaking their minds. Give it a listen and see for yourself!

You can e-mail the show at comictiming@gmail.com and be sure to Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/ComicTiming. You can follow Ian on Twitter @i_am_scifi, on Instagram at i_am_scifi or on Tumblr at heehaw-ds9.tumblr.com; Brent is on Twitter too @kossinab; Brandon is on Twitter @TheDabbaDon, thedabbadon on Instagram, and Geekcetra on Tumblr; Donovan is @donoDMG1 on Twitter.

Thanks again for listening, and we’ll see you next time for Doctor Strange, Luke Cage and more!

ComicsVerse Podcast Episode 49: Interns Take Over! — BATGIRL in “Batgirl of Burnside”

Welcome to another entry of the ComicsVerse podcast, “Interns Take Over!”  This podcast series allows members of the ComicsVerse staff and interns to dedicate episodes to storylines and collections of their choosing. For my pick, I decided to go with BATGIRL: BATGIRL OF BURNSIDE (which collects issues #35 – #40 of the current BATGIRL and material from DC COMICS SECRET ORIGINS #12) series co-written by Cameron Stewart and Brenden Fletcher, with art by Babs Tarr over layouts by Stewart.

CLICK: Want more BATGIRL? Check out this written review of Stewart and Tarr’s BATGIRL: “Batgirl of Burnside!”

I’ve been an avowed fan of the re-launch since it began, hence why I suggested it in the first place. However the other members of the panel bring completely different perspectives to our analysis. Both Alex Katz and Josh Cui have extensive familiarity with the New 52 Bat-Verse and were wary of the new approach in BATGIRL. On the other side of the spectrum, neither Jamie Rice nor Kay Honda had previously read any Batgirl comics but had a lot of things to say!

WATCH: Exclusive Interview with BATGIRL co-writer Brenden Fletcher.

Bringing together all these various viewpoints, we were able to examine all facets of the collection including the plot, Babs Tarr’s artwork, the changes to Barbara Gordon’s characterization, the Burnside setting, the villains, the supporting cast, the book’s use of social media and hipster culture and Batgirl’s new costume. In addition, we examine several of the controversies that have erupted around the arc, including the controversial character Dagger Type and the changes made to his issue for the collection, and the idea of Barbara Gordon drinking and having a hangover. We even take a slight detour to discuss the controversy surrounding the aborted BATGIRL #42 Killing Joke variant cover controversy.

We had a great time recording this, and hope you all have a great time listening to it, whether you’re a Batgirl super-fan or a novice.

LISTEN: “Interns Take Over!” Grant Morrison’s NEW X-MEN

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Alex Katz (host), Brian Delpozo (co-host), Josh Cui, Jamie Rice and Kay Honda.

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Wayne’s Comics Podcast #168 With Babs Tarr

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Now at a comics shop near you – Batgirl #40, the last issue before DC begins their Convergence event!  Here’s the description: “A decision Barbara made during her darkest days in Gotham City returns to haunt her! What was it? And how does it tie into the evil impostor Batgirl? Find out here!”

To celebrate, I have a very special interview with Babs Tarr, artist and collaborator on Batgirl! We chat about what process she went through to be chosen for this gig, what it’s like to be a woman comics creator and also a woman comics reader, and how much she enjoys working with the other folks on this tremendously popular title!

Thanks so much to Pamela Horvath and Steven Solomon from DC Comics for making this interview happen!

 

Comic News Insider Episode 571 – NYCC w/ DMC/Ben Templesmith/Brian Pulido/Babs Tarr & Cameron Stewart!

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Comic News Insider: Episode 571 is now available for free download! Click on the link or get it through iTunes! Sponsored by Dynamic Forces.

Reviews: Avengers & X-Men: Axis #1, Batgirl #35, Sabrina Vol 3 #1, The Flash, Arrow, The Walking Dead

Jimmy recruits Producer Joe to sit in for the big and lengthy New York Comic Con recap. Great interviews included with DMC (Darryl Makes Comics), Ben Templesmith (Gotham By Midnight/The Squidder), Brian Pulido (Lady Death) and Babs Tarr/Cameron Stewart (Batgirl)! The boys share their NYCC stories with all the good, bad and the ugly. (Mostly good!). News bits include: Archie will meet Predator, Marvel will bring back Secret Wars and tease an Age of Ultron vs Marvel Zombies, also new Ant-ManHawkeye and Spider-Gwen series coming, Captain America 3 will follow Civil War storyline from comics, Lego Batman movie starring Will Arnett coming in 2017, 2 new Vertigo books are on the way, ReedPop announces Paris Comic Con, Ghostbusters 3 will reboot with an all female cast and so much more! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love!

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More To Come 64.3: NYCC 2013 Interview Special 3

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Straight from the convention booth of Publishers Weekly at New York Comic Con, it’s More to Come! Your podcast source  of insider comics publishing news, discussion and controversy.  Starring Heidi MacDonald, the Eisner-nominated blogger of ComicsBeat.com, Calvin Reid, Senior News Editor of Publishers Weekly and Kate Fitzsimons, More To Come’s intrepid producer.

In part three of our New York Comic Con interview special, Calvin speaks with Jeff Gomez about the new religious graphic novel imprint Vital Shift, Kate talks with Jane Espenson and Brad Bell, writers and co-creators of the webseries and graphic novel Husbands, and guest host Matt White talks to Greg Rucka of Veil and Lazarus; Tony Cliff, creator of Delilah Dirk and the Turkish Lieutenant; Cameron Stewart, creator of Sin Titulo; and Andrew Robinson, artist of The Fifth Beatle on PWCW’s More to Come.

Stay tuned for more of our NYCC coverage!

 

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Cammy’s Comic Corner – Episode 211 (7/1/12)

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Comic-Con is coming. DID YOU BRING YOUR SANITY?! Pick Of The Week goes to Jason Aaron & R.M. Guera for Scalped #59 (Vertigo)! Fast Five picks include Justice League: Dark #10 (DC), B.P.R.D. Hell On Earth: Exorcism #1 (Dark Horse), Star Trek: The Next Generation / Doctor Who: Assimilation Squared (IDW), American Vampire #28 (Vertigo), and Atomic Robo: The Flying She-Devils of the Pacific #1 (Red 5). Spoilers!

V for Vertigo, Episode 105: We Have Heart

This is a short episode this week, but I do cover a lot of ground like the UFC, Majesty, organic food, and culture differences. Listen as my voice gets progressively worse throughout the episode. There was a lot of editing done.

I soldier through and cover The Vinyl Underground: Watching the Detectives (Si Spencer, Simon Gane, Cameron Stewart), which is very similar to every other English comic that takes place in London I’ve read. But it’s better than some, worse than others.

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Cammy’s Comic Corner – Book Of The Month – The Other Side

The Book of the Month for February 2011 is none other than The Other Side (Vertigo) written by Jason Aaron with art by Cameron Stewart.

There’s something happenin’ here. What it is ain’t exactly clear!

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The Fourth Wall Comics Podcast Episode 107

The third round of the Fast Five. In which Art and Freddie are praise random appearances of David Lynch and question comic creator allegiance.

The FOURTH WALL FIVE for this week are:

  • [01:35] Serenity: Shepherds Tale HC
  • [07:15] Scarlet #3
  • [14:09] Superboy #1
  • [21:05] Batman and Robin #16
  • [28:09] Generation Hope #1

CBP: Back Issue Pitt #1 – Seaguy

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So far, 2010 has not been kind to us at Comic Book Pitt. First there were illnesses, now there’s blizzards. We’re trying our best to get new episodes recorded, but in the meantime, this is the perfect opportunity to introduce our new mini-show, Back Issue Pitt!

Back Issue Pitt is just what it sounds like; we’ll be talking about an old mini-series or a run of issues for a title that we’ve never read before. It may be a story that was huge or one that no one’s heard of.

The first BIP episode features Seaguy, a three-issue mini-series published by Vertigo Comics in 2004. Written by Grant Morrison, art by Cameron Stewart.

(Also, if this recording sounds a little off in places, it’s because I experimented with recording on my iPod.)

This episode’s music is by Frank Sinatra.

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Teenage Wasteland Episode 62 – Sweet on Sweet Tooth

This week on Teenage Wasteland…

A new release from Zenescope, some old favorites with The Unwritten and Batman & Robin and Sweet Tooth quickly rises up the ranks. Plus, what has happened to Captain America? And if that wasn’t enough, the first ever installment of The Sandbox from Mr. Jeff Sandquist.

Books Discussed
The Waking #1
Captain America: Reborn, Who Will Wield the Shield, and #602
Batman and Robin #7
The Unwritten #9
Sweet Tooth #1-5 “Out of the Deep Woods”

Music featured is by GZA.

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