Valiant Effort Episode 021: Perfect Day

It’s a perfect day to record a podcast.  In this episode we discuss the fourth Harbinger Trade, and we argue about the proper way to shoot a bow and arrow, talk about what sets Kris apart from the other Renegades, and channel Lou Reed.  …you’re going to reap just what you sow…

(Cover art by Barry Kitson.)

Feed It Comics #40 | Mid-Life Crisis on Earth Prime

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Episode 40 coming at you like a laser beam! Though, you’ll forgive Doc and Shepherd for losing steam around act 3 as the times have been rather demanding.

Regardless, we manage to cover the end of Joshua Dysart’s run on Harbinger, Diamond losing their toll free number, DC’s new pay Model, John Byrne on race-swapping characters in films, Jack Kirby’s Omac, Samurai Jack,and we answer listener questions! All while experiencing the initial pangs of our mid-life crisis. Oh and Amazon is Skynet.

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Breaking the 4th Wall – Episode 17

bt4wrectlogoCobble and Craycroft discuss Valiant news, Free Comic Book Day, and their favorite current DC books. They also review Animal Man, Earth 2, Harbinger Wars, Hawkeye, Snapshot, Indestructible Hulk, The Movement, Polarity, Shadowman, Suicide Risk, Superior Spiderman, Swamp Thing, Ten Grand, Thanos Rising, and Age of Ultron.
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V for Vertigo, Episode 93: Valentine’s Day Blues

Another year, another Valentine’s Day by myself. Oddly enough, I understand women more because of the very insightful book I’m reading, The Female Brain. For my Valentine’s gift, I may give myself Netflix.

I talk about the rather violent and tough to read book yet insightful, Unknown Soldier (Joshua Dysart, Alberto Ponticelli). Where do Americans go when we want to leave our country?

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Comics on Comics Episode 16: Joshua Dysart

Comics on Comics celebrates its first anniversary with a show taped at an undisclosed location in Los Angeles, CA!

 

Host Juan-Manuel Rocha welcomes back the very first Comics on Comics guest, Joshua Dysart (Unknown Soldier, B.P.R.D. 1947) along with comedians Boris Hamilton (Late Night with Conan O’Brien), Brian Dooley (Jimmy Kimmel Live) and the original host of Comics on Comics, Robbie Peron! Also, one of our favorite comedians makes a special guest appearance…

 

In this episode, our panel delves into Wolverine-gate, Iron Man 2 and dissects the problems of too many villains in comic book movies before debating the merits of Barack The Barbarian, Diamond’s new sales thresholds, Wizard’s flailing conventions and Marvel’s Fellowship program before Dysart gives us the inside scoop on his plans for B.P.R.D. 1947 and tells us how he went to an African war zone to do research for Unknown Soldier

 

You can watch a larger version of this episode online here.

 

Medium and high quality downloads of this episode and all of our previous episodes are available on iTunes.

 

 

You can also catch our previous episodes online by clicking on the names of our previous guests:

 

Jim Krueger

Richard Hatch & Michael Taylor

Damon Lindelof & Jeff Katz

Len Wein

Marc Guggenheim

Paul Dini

Mark Sable

Richard Starkings

Mark Evanier & Gregg Hurwitz

Greg Weisman

Christos Gage

David Gerrold & Tone Rodriguez

Wendy Pini

Geoff Johns

Brian Lynch

Joshua Dsyart

 

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Comics on Comics Radio #1: Joshua Dysart

Comics on Comics returns with our brand new radio show! Host Sax Carr welcomes comics scribe Joshua Dysart (Unknown Soldier, B.P.R.D. 1947) along with Asterios Kokkinos (Cracked Magazine, NPR’s Marketplace), Steven Saunders (Secret Cross) and Blair Marnell (Wizard Magazine) for our inaugural audio podcast!

 

This week, our panel kicks the corpse of Frank Miller’s The Spirit, takes a last look at the Watchmen lawsuit, and examines the many deaths of the Wasp, Marvel’s Dark Reign, the non-death of Batman in R.I.P. and Final Crisis before getting the latest details of B.P.R.D and Unknown Soldier from Dysart.

 

Also, stay tuned at the end of the show for details on how you can win a free graphic novel or trade paperback of your choice from Amazon.com, courtesy of your friends at ComicsonComics.com!

 

You can download this episode and high quality versions of all of the Comics on Comics video podcasts for free on iTunes.

 

 

Comics on Comics #12: Marc Guggenheim & ComedyFilmNerdsDotCom.com!

Comics on Comics is proud to be the latest member of The Comics Podcast Network!

For those of you who may be unfamiliar with us, Comics on Comics is a live show/video podcast recorded in Los Angeles, where we bring professional stand-up comedians and comic book creators together for a round-table discussion of the latest comic book news. Basically, it’s like Politically Incorrect for comics.

Worlds collide in our twelfth episode, as Comics on Comics teams up with the crew of ComedyFilmNerdsDotCom.com to wrap up our unforgettable first season!

Host Juan-Manuel Rocha welcomes screenwriter & superstar comic scribe Marc Guggenheim (Amazing Spider-Man, Young X-Men, Eli Stone), Jackie Kashian (Last Comic Standing, The Dork Forest), Chris Mancini (Myopic Visions) and Mike Schmidt (The 40 Year Old Boy) for another round of comics and comedy, filmed at Dream World Comics in Culver City, CA and sponsored by Pirate King!

This week, our panel examines the merits of the upcoming $3.99 increase for monthly comics, delves into Stan Lee’s TV adaptation of novelist Perry Moore’s Hero, Brett Ratner’s Conan film, the relocation of the X-men to San Francisco and wages the ultimate debate: Married Spider-Man vs. Single Spidey! Additionally, Guggenheim gives us a glimpse of his future projects, including the upcoming Green Lantern feature film …

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Comics on Comics Season 2 will be coming soon!

But in the meantime, you can catch all of our previous episodes for free on iTunes or at the links below:

Comics on Comics #11: Paul Dini & Misty Lee

Comics on Comics #10: Mark Sable Part 1 & Part 2

Comics on Comics #9: Richard Starkings

Comics on Comics #8: Mark Evanier & Gregg Hurwitz

Comics on Comics #7: Greg Weisman

Comics on Comics #6: Christos Gage

Comics on Comics #5: David Gerrold & Tone Rodriguez

Comics on Comics #4: Wendy Pini

Comics on Comics #3: Geoff Johns

Comics on Comics #2: Mike Wellman

Comics on Comics #1: Brian Lynch

Comics on Comics #1/2: Sacha Borisich

Comics on Comics #0: Joshua Dsyart.