Comics on Comics Episode 18: Javier Grillo-Marxuach

Hello out there to our friends on The Comics Podcast network!

The Comics on Comics is currently working our way through our season 2 backlog in advance of our pending relaunch.

 

In this hilarious episode from 2009, host Juan-Manuel Rocha welcomes Javier Grillo-Marxuach (The Middleman, Day One), Eliza Bayne (Tiki Bar TV, Electric Playground) along with comedians Paul Jay and Tim Powers (Second City, Cats on a Plane) for another round of comics and comedy!

 

In this episode, our panel tackles the proposed Buffy The Vampire Slayer remake, Grant Morrison’s Batman & Robin, Eminem’s encounter with The Punisher and Marvel’s rationale for the rising cost of comics before Grillo-Marxuach gives us an inside look at The Middleman comic and TV series!

 

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:

 

Damon Lindelof & Jeff Katz

Joshua Dsyart Returns!

Jim Krueger

Richard Hatch & Michael Taylor

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 Episode 13: Len Wein

Comics on Comics launches its blockbuster second season with a mind-blowing Watchmen-themed episode!

 

Coming to you from Meltdown Comics in Hollywood, host Juan-Manuel Rocha welcomes comic book legend and original Watchmen editor Len Wein along with comedians Steve Marmel (The Fairly Oddparents, Danny Phantom, Sonny With a Chance), Sax Carr (UCB’s Tournament of Nerds, Comics on Comics Radio), Graham Elwood (ComedyFilmNerds.com, The Sarah Silverman Program) and pop guru Bob Peterson (CC2K) to discuss the book’s cultural impact and social significance, the controversial movie adaptation, the Watchmen video game and the story within the story, Tales of the Black Freighter.

 

Additionally, Len Wein gives us an inside look at the making of the original comic book and offers his take on Alan Moore and the original ending…

 

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.

 

Or you can watch all of our Video episodes online here.

 

 

Shortly after this episode was recorded, Len Wein and his family lost their house and possessions in a fire. Insurance is covering the loss of their home and the comics community is banding together to help Len Wein replace his comic collection.

 

If you want to help Len out, please visit http://www.povonline.com/weinproject.htm