Just Another Fanboy 89 – Conan: The Frost Giant’s Daughter

This is the episode in which I talk about Conan Volume 1: The Frost Giant’s Daughter and Other Stories by Kurt Busiek, Tim Truman, Haden Blackman, Cary Nord, Thomas Yeates, Richard Starkings, and Dave Stewart

“When the internationally famous barbarian hero returned to comics, with an all-new fresh start by award-winning writer Kurt Busiek (JLA/Avengers, Astro City) and dynamic artists Cary Nord, Thomas Yeates, and Dave Stewart, the result was instant sell-outs and multiple printings to keep up with the demand. Now Conan’s earliest adventures are collected in a handsome 192-page collection. Catch all the action and savagery as he wars with the murderous Vanir, meets the Frost Giant’s Daughter, and is taken as a slave by the ancient sorcerers of Hyperborea! This top-selling new series faithfully expands on original author Robert E. Howard’s literary creation. Collecting issues #0-#6 and fourteen pages from issue #7 of the ongoing series.”

Published by Dark Horse on March 30, 2005.

Most of this episode was originally published on January 13, 2019.

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Super Hero Speak – #328: A Joker in Crisis

In this week’s jam packed episode the guys talk about the Batwoman premiere, give a spoiler free review of The Joker and discuss the latest nerd news. Plus the bring you interviews with Sandy King Carpenter (Storm King Comics) and Matt and Brennan Wagner (GRENDEL: DEVIL’S ODYSSEY). Plus so much more, so sit back, relax and enjoy!

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Longbox Review Podcast: November 2018 Previews

November 2018 Previews

George and I go over the November 2018 Previews catalog for items shipping starting in January.

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Longbox Review Podcast: October 2018 Previews

October 2018 Previews

George and I go over the October 2018 Previews catalog for items shipping starting in December.

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Longbox Review 140: Breaking Late News – June 2018 Edition

Podcast 140: Breaking Late News – June 2018 Edition

Travis (https://www.youtube.com/user/oddfellowsthoughts) joins me to discuss all the comic book news from the last two months that caught our attention.

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Longbox Review 130: Favorites of 2017

It’s time for my annual tradition of looking back at the previous year of comic books and talking about my favorites. I talk about my following favorites:

  • Independent comics (2:53)
  • Image comics (18:43)
  • Marvel comics (37:46)
  • DC comics (51:49)
  • Most Disappointing (1:06:47)
  • Covers (1:11:11)
  • Most Anticipated for 2018 (1:17:13)

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Comic News Insider Episode 829 – Grammy Winning Best CNI of the Year!

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Reviews: Legion #1, Raven Daughter of Darkness #1, X-Men Blue Annual #1 

Jon Hoche returns to co-host! They catch up on movies they finally saw. The John Wick films for Jimmy. Jumanji and Star Wars: The Last Jedi for Jon. News includes: new Justice League comics are coming, Batman is getting his yellow oval symbol back, Valiant gets bought out, a Riverdale musical episode will be Carrie-esque and more! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us!

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Deconstructing Comics #584: Don’t “get” manga? Try these two.

Many Westerners feel a bit puzzled by Japanese comics — the subject matter, the art style, the pacing, etc. Koom has been trying for some time to grasp what he’s not “getting” about manga. Meanwhile, manga translator Kumar is about done with “explaining” Japanese comics to people, but he makes an exception for Koom (and the podcast). They discuss I Am a Hero by Kengo Hanazawa, and A Distant Neighborhood by Jiro Taniguchi — both translated by none other than Kumar!

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Wayne’s Comics Podcast #285: Phillip Sevy

Wayne's Comics, Wayne Hall, Paradox, Tomb Raider, Dark Horse, Phillip Sevy, Tim Daniel, father, son,

I have a great interview with comics creator Phillip Sevy in Episode 285 as we focus mainly on his excellent Indie comic Paradox. This one-shot really caught my attention at the recent Comicpalooza convention in Houston, Texas. Phillip wears nearly all the hats in this engaging and thoughtful book, which we talk about, as well as the wonderful creative choices he made when putting Paradox together. To keep up with his future projects coming our way such as The House, you can follow him here on Facebook, here on Twitter, and here on Instagram! Don’t miss this fun conversation!

 

Arc Reactions – 74 – Green River Killer

We cover Green River Killer: A True Detective Story from writer Jeff Jensen and artist Jonathon Case. This graphic novel from Dark Horse Comics covers the the story of Tom Jensen as he spent 20 years searching for and working to convict Gary Ridgeway, the Green River Killer. We talk about the stylistic choices of the comic, serial killers, and more.

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Stylistic choices (12:03)
Out of order storytelling (17:54)
The Cops (21:20)
Psychology of the GRK (30:45)
History with Serial Killers (39:30)

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Comic News Insider Episode 759 – American Gods w/ Kristin Chenoweth!

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Reviews: Black Panther and The Crew #1, Godshaper #1, Rose #1, Weapon X Vol 3 #1, X-Men Blue #1, Class series premiere, Doctor Who S10 premiere

Jon Hoche and Emily Edwards join Jimmy is this super fun episode! They chat about the Doctor Who casting rumors and the new Star Wars: The Last Jedi trailer. Jimmy attended the amazing American Gods press junket hosted by Starz and got some great roundtable interviews! Here, you’ll hear the awesomely talented and funny Kristin Chenoweth. Later this week and next, you’ll be able to hear the rest. The show is absolutely astounding and you all should check it out when it debuts on April 30th! News includes: Warner Bros. is making an R-rated animated Watchmen film, Jude Law will be a young Dumbledore in the Fantastic Beasts series of films, Shea Fontana will take over writing Wonder Woman, Dan Parent is bringing his updated classic Archie style to a new comic series, Captain Phasma gets her own comic and more! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us!

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Longbox Review 113: Favorites of 2016, part 1

It’s time for my annual tradition of looking back at the previous year of comic books and talking about my favorites. In this episode I talk about my favorite books from the various publishers. Please listen the next episode for the rest of my Favorites of 2016.

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Longbox Review 112: Top 5 Independent Comics

Damian, of the world-renowned sleepyreader666 YouTube channel, joins me to discuss our top 5 current favorite independent comics (plus a few more).

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Comics Alternative, Episode 224: Reviews of Beowulf, Canopy, and Shadows on the Grave #1 and #2

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For this week’s episode, Andy and Derek put on their English professor hats, and with a vengeance, when taking on the latest comics version of Beowulf (Image Comics), adapted by Santiago García and David Rubín. While this is not, by far, the only comics adaptation of this classic Old English poem, the guys feel that it’s one of the best they’ve seen. Indeed, Rubín’s artwork is particularly suited to the violent action and Beowulf’s heroic exploits. And the ending of this text, which takes a significant self-reflective turn, goes on to underscore the guys’ appreciation of this adaptation.

Next, the Two Guys look at one of the latest releases from Retrofit Comics/Big Planet Comics, Karine Bernadou’s Canopy. Neither Derek nor Andy were familiar with Bernadou’s work before this book, but they find this a fascinating introduction to the French illustrator. Canopy is an almost completely wordless tale surrounding a young woman trying to make it on her own. But she does so in a surreal wilderness infused with male-centered threats.

For their final title of the week, the guys discuss an author who’s not gotten enough attention on the podcast…at least from Derek’s perspective. The first two issues of Richard Corben’s Shadows on the Grave (Dark Horse Comics) are now out, and the guys take on this anthology-like miniseries. These brief stories have a Night Gallery feel, but with an amped up creepy factor. This is all due to the wonderfully disturbing art of Corben, who opts for a black, white, and gray tone rendering, a change from his other recent Dark Horse work.

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