Alternate Reality – Episode 396


Alternate Reality – Episode #396

Jon and Charlie are here this week talking about a smattering of books that doesn’t usually make the list.

Jon’s got Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Coprs, as well as Fantastic Four, and Sandman Universe.  Charlie on the other hand has reviews of Titans #24, Sideways #7, and Transformers Unicron #3.

Lastly, Charlie busts out some early birthday presents for Jon.  It’s a different kind of show this week on Alternate Reality.

Enjoy!!!

Comics:
Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #50
Titans #24
Fantastic Four #1
Sideways #7
Sandman Universe #1
Transformers: Unicron #3

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Weird Science Marvel Comics Podcast Ep 16: Fantastic Four #1 & Amazing Spider-Man #3

It’s time for some Marvel Fresh Start with two books, but they are big!  Fantastic Four #1 and Amazing Spider-Man #3 as well as a brief news segment with AA-Ron!

Zone 4 #422: Casting Call: Fantastic Four

The crew returns with Jesse (JLS Comics) in tow once more as they attempt to cast a Fantastic Four movie as if done by Marvel Studios!

Plus: You CAN’T MISS Jay’s special theme song he performed on the show!

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Weird Science Marvel Comics Podcast Ep 5: Marvel Unlimited Reading Club – Fantastic Four #1

It’s the first Marvel Unlimited Reading Club Episode with Jim and Reggie going to the App and reading and discussing the Fantastic Four #1 from 1961.

Comic News Insider Episode 838 – Ready For MoCCA!

Comic News Insider: Episode 838 is now available for free download! Click on the link or get it through iTunes! Sponsored by Dynamic Forces.

Reviews: Adventure Time BMO Bonanza #1, Crow Memento Mori #1, Cyberforce Vol 5 #1, Goosebumps: Download and Die! #1, Shadowman Vol 5 #1 

Jon Hoche returns to the rotating co-host chair once again. Jimmy attending MoCCA Festival this weekend and talks about what he hopes to cover. News includes: The Fantastic Four are returning to Marvel Comics, Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill are retiring after their next LOEG comic series, Z2 Comics is publishing a comic based on the Japanese band BabyMetal 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 – #252: Black Label Blood Pens

Stan Lee’s Blood stolen! Erik Larsen attacks Christians! And DC gives everyone trunks! All this plus tons of drama from the world of podcasting, and much more so sit back and enjoy!

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Uncanny Nerdverse – Bonus Spotlight: Marvel Two-in-One #3

With Marvel Two-in-One #4 coming out this NCBD. On the fly, Ryan and special guest Trevitt dive back to re-read and discuss the previous issue. The guys tell you what worked and didn’t work for them in the latest installment. Thanks for listening!

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Longbox Review 129: Christmas Gab Bag

Happy holidays! George, of the now defunct George and Tony Entertainment Show, returns to finish out the year to talk about some Christmas, or Christmas adjacent, comics. Specifically, we discuss:

  • Fantastic Four #4 (1996)
  • New Adventures of Superboy #39
  • Brave and the Bold #184
  • Batman Family #4
  • Fast Willie Jackson #3
  • DC Comics Presents #67

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Round Table Discussion: Marvel Legacy #1

Ryan, Allen, Anthony, and Rob come together to discuss Marvel’s next hot item. The guys give a review of the in’s and out’s of the very dense issue. With the bad juju surrounding the issue just days before its release, why are readers so eager to join the troll bandwagon? Well shit, join your hosts themselves as the join the Marvel Legacy bandwagon discussion, what’s it all about?

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Episode 48: News + Iron Heart #11 Review

Ryan and Allen get together to pay their respects to Len Wein, go over recent comic book news and review Iron Heart #11 from Marvel comics. After reading this issue, the guy bring up their concerns about the future of Riri Williams. Thanks for listening!

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THE UNCANNY SESSIONS: UNCANNY AVENGERS #27 REVIEW

The guys launch a new show hosted by Ryan with special guests, to discuss all things Uncanny. This week Ryan is joined by special guest Trevitt to review Uncanny Avengers #27. Jim Zub and team put in their best and the comic reflects that. Is Uncanny Avengers the best team book at Marvel? Tune in to hear Ryan and Trevitt’s thoughts. Thanks for listening!

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Super Hero Speak – #220: Old Man Batman

So this week the guys discuss DC prestige format vs Marvel Generations. DC seems to be abandoning continuity where Marvel is combining old and new in an attempt to preserve continuity.  Plus the guys all discuss a trailer they may or may not have seen. All this and so much more, so sit back, relax and 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 – #142: Andre Lima Araujo

This week the guys sit down with Andre Lima Araujo. Andre has worked on various Marvel titles including Avengers A.I., FF (Future Foundation), X-Treme X-Men, Fantastic Four, Spider-Verse, Inhumans, Age of Ultron  and many more. Now he is promoting his creator owned book Man Plus that is now available through Titan comics. Man Plus is a high-octane dystopian thriller that whisks the reader into the thick of a robotic skirmish and the unsettling conspiracy that lies at its heart. So sit back and enjoy our chat with Andre Lima Araujo.

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Feed It Comics #85 | Told Ya So!

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This episode was supposed to be up on Wednesday but Doc Fluxx was abducted by Skrulls and had to escape a prison planet somewhere near Alpha Centauri. The last thing he wanted to do when he made it back was edit a podcast, but there is no letting you people down!

The trinity of caretakers talks Fantastic Four’s abysmal box office failure, X-Men on TV, Deadpool, the upcoming Archie Musical, Frederick Krueger, Wally West, and more! Then we offer up some comics to the master, but not before introducing the Professor to a round of WHAT IS IT!!!???

To submit FANQUISITION topics for our weekly panel to address, submit via twitter with #FICquiz, comment on the episode page (recommended) or email feeditcomics@gmail.com. You will be entered to win seriously cool comics.

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