Super Hero Speak – #211: Retcon Happens

This week JD Oliva joins the guys to audition to be the new third of Super Hero Speak. Together they discuss the passing of Adam West, Black Panther, Justice League and so much more. Remember if you like JD please let us know! Sit back and enjoy!
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Super Hero Speaker – #208: Captain Themyscira: The First Leaguer

This week the guys sit down and give Wonder Woman their full service, we mean review. Wonder Woman is the best movie in the #DCEU to date, and it’s more than just being the tallest midget. And at the height of their ecstasy for Gal Gadot as Princess Diana, Ben makes an announcement that breaks all our hearts. So sit back and enjoy!

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Super Hero Speak – #206: J.D. Oliva

This week the guys sit down with a stray creator they picked up off the internet. J.D. Oliva is the independent comic creator of Deluge and Shunned and he tells the guys all about his new project Red Sunrise. So sit back and enjoy then go support his kickstarter!

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Super Hero Speak – #205: Atomic Rex Entertainment

This week the guys sit down with the creative minds behind Atomic Rex Entertainment, Gene Selassie and Marco Lopez. Together they talk about how they got started in comics and how Atomic Rex was born. Plus they also talk about the current state of Marvel and DC comics and how social justice in comics is both a good and bad thing. So sit back, relax and enjoy this fun ride.

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Super Podcasto Magnifico! Ep. #255: Guardians of The Galaxy! Savitar! Spoilers!

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On this podcast we take a minute to pay our respects to all the recent comic book deaths. Then we talk about the big Savitar reveal, and review Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 2. Spoilers! Download us to your Zune and listen in!

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Comic News Insider Episode 760 – More American Gods w/ Neil Gaiman!

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Comic News Insider: Episode 760 is now available for free download! Click on the link or get it through iTunes! Sponsored by Dynamic Forces.

Reviews: Greatest Adventure #1, Plastic #1, Secret Empire #0, Gotham spring premiere

Jon Hoche joins Jimmy once again to co-host! Another roundtable from the American Gods press event last week in this episode. Neil Gaiman talked about his very hands on involvement of the new TV show, what book he’s working on next, possibilities of a live action Sandman and more! News includes: DC Comics will start a new line of comics called “Dark Matter”, Marvel Legacy will bring back the original numbering on some comics, Locke and Key is coming to Hulu,  the Avatar sequels are finally coming, a live action Teen Titans series is coming to a new DC Comics streaming service, Reggie is getting recast on Riverdale and more! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us!

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Super Hero Speak – #202: Return to Terminal

This week Troy Brownfield and Steve Ekstrom return to the podcast to discuss Terminal. Terminal is a pulp anthology comic book with a little bit of something for every fan. Bringing together some of the best independent writers and artists working in the industry today.  It’s also the start of something big… Imminet Press! We hope you enjoy and please support their Kickstarter.

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Super Podcasto Magnifico! Ep. #254: Secret Empire! Teen Titans! Wrestling News?

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Episode #254: Secret Empire! Teen Titans! Wrestling News? 

On this podcast we review Marvel’s Secret Empire #0, and DC Comics’ new animated Teen Titans: The Judas Contract film. Do you know why Comic sites are reporting wrestling news? Neither do we. Let’s figure it out together. Listen in!

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Comic Book Central – Episode #170: Bill Mumy

It’s a good thing – a REAL good thing – when actor/musician/author/comic book kid Bill Mumy drops by to start off my celebration of the landmark sci-fi series, Lost In Space! Warning! Warning! Pop culture explosion imminent!
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Super Hero Speak – #200: The Last Ragnarok

We know only one truth… the MCU keeps getting lighter as the DCEU delves farther into the dark side! This week the guys talk about the Last Jedi trailer along with the Thor Ragnarok trailer. Plus DC is going to put out R-rated animated features? All this and more, so sit back and enjoy!

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Super Hero Speak – #198: @phlcc Ricola and Cookies

This week the guys visit The Great Philadelphia Comic Con and return with a ton of great interviews. This episode features Peter David (Spider-Man, Young Justice, Star Trek),  Dawn Griffin (Rise, Abby’s Adventures), Joseph Cillo (Blind Prophet) and Bob Salley (Salvagers). And there are more to come soon, enjoy!

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ComicsVerse Podcast Episode 89: Examining The Ultimate Galactus Trilogy

At first glance, Ultimate Marvel’s “Ultimate Galactus Trilogy” is an exciting read, a page-turner, and, if a one hundred thousand mile long swarm intelligence scares the bejesus out of you as it does me, the cause of a few nightmares.

I can count on one hand the number of times I experienced the inability to put a comics series down before I finished the whole thing, and I am happy to count  “The Ultimate Galactus Trilogy” among those times along with Y, THE LAST MAN, THE WALKING DEAD, and ULTIMATE X-MEN.

LISTEN: You’re probably an X-Men fan if you’re reading this! Our previous episode features Monet St. Croix and Dust!

“The Ultimate Galactus Trilogy” is a set of three limited series runs ULTIMATE NIGHTMARE, ULTIMATE SECRET, and ULTIMATE EXTINCTION. Each limited series is written by Warren Ellis with various artists. At its best, “The Ultimate Galactus Trilogy” flawlessly flows from issue to issue, making it near impossible to stop until the entire trilogy is finished. Sometimes, a slew of different artists working on a singular story can cause disjointedness but, instead, the art in each limited series worked in perfect tandem with the writing, enhancing it through epic cinematic visuals while capturing the most personal of moments between characters.

While being an amazing read, “The Ultimate Galactus Trilogy” is not without its flaws. While it seemed to perfectly encapsulate and even enhance the humanity of characters like Captain America, Nick Fury, Tony Stark, Reed Richards, and Thor by exploring their flaws and intellectual and emotional limitations, for those of us who tend to root more for the female characters, we were left wanting in the cases of Jean Grey, Susan Storm, and Black Widow. That being said, the depiction of Carol Danvers throughout the story is hilarious when it needs to be without losing the seriousness of the character who climbed the ranks through the American Military Industrial Complex.

HEAR: This podcast celebrates the women of X-Men: Jean Grey, Storm, Emma Frost, Rogue, and Mystique!

In the 89th episode of the ComicsVerse Podcast, ComicsVerse Marvel Section Editors Kat Vendetti and Alex Bisignaro join CEO and host Justin Alba, Columbia University Ph.D. student Nolan Bensen, and ComicsVerse X-Men writer Marius Thienenkamp for a discussion of “The Ultimate Galactus Trilogy” that examines themes of extraterrestrial life science, religion and Galactus as the un-creator, gender and sexism, and the role of government in Ultimate Marvel’s comics.

The discussion may be heavy, but a fair share of lighter funny moments did arise. After all, this is the ComicsVerse Podcast. Would you expect anything less than to laugh your butts off while learning a lot?

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Super Hero Speak – #192.5: FLCC Press Gang

This Panel from Finger Lakes Comic Con features friend of the show Rusty Gilligan. The guys talk about the differences between independent and big press comics. Well they try to talk about that but Rusty likes to derail things and then one of his friends, Tyger Smith,  jumped up on stage and interrupted the whole thing. But that’s Comic Con! The guys still had a lot of fun and hope you enjoy!

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Deconstructing Comics #533: Captain America: Evolving with the nation’s mood

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Over the decades, Captain America has changed his name, changed his costume, changed his mission, and been temporarily replaced by others. These changes, and other story developments, have often reflected changes in the national mood, such as post-Watergate malaise or the struggle to understand why 9/11 happened and how the U.S. should respond to it.

In this episode, Emmet O’Cuana talks with Neal Curtis, of the University of Auckland in New Zealand. Neal recently presented the paper “Captain America: Patriotism, Nationalism, Fascism” and is the author of the book “Sovereignty and Superheroes“. He talks here about how Cap has reflected changes in America, from World War II to the age of Trump.

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Top 5 Comics Podcast Episode 89 – Season 5

Comic book round table. This week, we have – Captain America Steve Rogers #10, Harley Quin #13, Walking Dead #163, Odyssey of the Amazons #1, Star Wars #28, and more ………..

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News In Comics…. – 3:28 – 23:52

Captain America Steve Rogers #10 – 23:55 – 33:34

Harley Quin #13 – 33:34 – 42:48

Walking Dead #163 – 42:48 – 53:24

Odyssey of the Amazons #1 – 53:24- 1:04:15

Star Wars #28 – 1:04:15 – 1:13:24

 

Interview with George Wassal from Denver Comic Con 2016 -1:13:24 -1:22:15

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Books to look for – 1:24:27

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