Just Another Fanboy #74 – Wolverine: Part One

This is first in a series of episodes in which I talk about Wolverine, starting with his first full appearance in Incredible Hulk 181 by Len Wein, Herb Trempe, Jack Abel, Glynis Wein, and Artie Simek.

The first appearance of Wolverine! And he throws down in one of Marvel’s greatest battles with the Incredible Hulk!

Originally published by Marvel Comics in November 1974.

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Just Another Fanboy #73 – Blue Beetle #1 – 1986

This is the episode in which I talk about Blue Beetle #1 by Len Wein, Paris Cullins, Bruce Patterson, and Anthony Tollin.

Scientist and entrepreneur Ted Kord, a.k.a. the Blue Beetle, has a rematch with Firefist, the Incendiary Man.

Originally published by DC Comics on April 2, 1986.

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More stuff:

The theme song used in each episode is Night Drive by The Oldfield Victory. Find them and their music at theoldfieldvictory.bandcamp.com

Want to help support the show? You can do that in a number of ways:

First, just spread the word. Tell a friend, tell two friends, tell your father, mother, sister, brother, neighbor, coworker, plumber, and even the guy or girl who cuts your hair.

Beyond that you can support Steeven and the show for as little as a dollar a month on Patreon: www.patreon.com/steevenrorr

Or, if the idea of a monthly payment doesn’t appeal to you and you just want to throw the show a one time payment, visit ko-fi.com/steevenrorr and buy Steeven and the show a coffee for as little as $3, but as high as you want to go.

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Comic Book Central – Episode #199: Eric and Julia Lewald

It’s an X-citing 25th anniversary celebration of X-Men: The Animated Series with the showrunner and writer on the series – super couple Eric and Julia Lewald!
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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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Deconstructing Comics #463: Bat in Time

Is this the sixties, or 2039?

Batman Year 100In a time without superheroes, Batman sightings are reported. But isn’t he an urban legend? Paul Pope brings his unique, inventive style to the Batman of 2039 in Batman Year 100. While new characters stand in for Robin and Oracle, is there a reason there’s no Alfred analogue? Why do Paul Pope characters have big lips? Tim and Brandon discuss this and more.

Batman '66: The Lost EpisodeFrom Batman 2039, we move to Batman 1966! When production of the Adam West Batman series was gearing up, Harlan Ellison (writer of the Star Trek episode “City on the Edge of Forever”, and much else of note) submitted a treatment for an episode featuring Two-Face. While the treatment was accepted, it never made it to the script stage. Finally, in 2014, DC released a comics adaptation of this story, Batman ’66: The Lost Episode, scripted by Len Wein and drawn by Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez (cover by Alex Ross). Does it feel like the show? Who might have played Two-Face? What does this book tell us about the differences between making a TV show and making a comic? Tim and Paul slide down the Batpoles for a closer look.

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ComicsVerse X-Men Podcast: Episode 1 – GIANT SIZE X-MEN #1

In 1975, the world was undergoing a bout of profound change. Comics were no exception. The all-new, all-different Uncanny X-Men served as not only a mirror for society but as a counter cultural phenomenon that tried to speak the best in ourselves.

In this first episode of the ComicsVerse X-Men podcast, Tom and Justin walk through the issue in its entirety with Kathy providing the audience with a close reading of several pages of the comic book.

What do you think?  Did Giant Size X-Men have a profound impact on you as well?  Let us know what you think!

The PKD Black Box – Episode #89: The Legends Edition

On this week’s show Shawn briefly discusses his future with Action Lab Entertainment, and then goes all in with a roundtable of special guests (David A. Price, Chris Campbell, Julian Lytle, and Martheus Wade) as they discuss the “Legends” mini-series from DC Comics!

And later in the show, Donny Salvo swings by to give us some interviews with top-notch creators from this year’s New York Comic Con.

Enjoy, and remember that Darkseid is a BOSS.

Back To The Bins! – Episode #91

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Disenfranchised by the modern comics industry, Paul Spataro, Scott Gardner and Michael Bailey (of “View From The Longbox” and “From Crisis To Crisis: A Superman Podcast” fame) now ply the timestream in a never-ending quest to re-discover and re-connect with that unique brand of fun and excitement that can only truly be found in good ol’ fashioned randomly-selected Comic Book back issues!!  Journey with them now…back…Back To The Bins!!

 

“…this show is too good not to listen to.” — Luke Jaconetti, Being Carter Hall and El Jacone’s Comic Book Bunker 

 

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Back To The Bins! – Episode #90

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Disenfranchised by the modern comics industry, Paul Spataro, Scott Gardner and Michael Bailey (of “View From The Longbox” and “From Crisis To Crisis: A Superman Podcast” fame) now ply the timestream in a never-ending quest to re-discover and re-connect with that unique brand of fun and excitement that can only truly be found in good ol’ fashioned randomly-selected Comic Book back issues!!  Journey with them now…back…Back To The Bins!!

 

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The Fourth Wall’s 100th Podcast Spectacular

Jesse, Art, and Freddie host the 100th Podcast Spectacular featuring tons of special guests including: Cammy, Gary, Danny, John, and Seth! 8 dudes. 4 topics. 1 helluva podcast!

SHOW NOTES

[01:07] COMICS

The Big Four

  • DC Universe: Legacies #4 (of 10) [02:07]
  • Secret Avengers #4 [06:23]
  • The Sixth Gun #3 (of 6) [13:52]
  • Ex Machina #50 [18:04]

[25:16] VIDEO GAMES

  • We chat with Gary Sinister about how he achieved the top gamerscore in Xbox Live Arcade
  • We discuss upcoming games including: Scott Pilgrim, Halo Reach, Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Star Wars: The Force Unleashed 2, Dead Rising 2 and more!

[45:17] DVD/FILM

  • DVD Discussion: The Decline of DVD Purchases
  • Our Personal DVD Libraries

[1:11:31] TV

The Top Picks of the 2009/2010 Season

In Comedy:

  • Modern Family
  • The Office
  • Louie
  • Futurama

In Drama:

  • True Blood
  • Caprica
  • Justified

Cammy’s Comic Corner – Episode 137 (8/22/10)

Alas, a Pick Of The Week AND a Fast Five all in one packed episode! Pick Of The Week goes to John Layman & Rob Guillory for Chew #13 (Image). Fast Five picks include Hulk #24 (Marvel), DC Universe: Legacies #4 (DC), G.I. Joe: Cobra #7 (IDW), Air #24 (Vertigo), and Secret Avengers #4 (Marvel).

I’d apologize for this episode being longer than normal, but I APOLOGIZE FOR NOTHING!

Death and the Acrid Smell of Gunsmoke: The Jonah Hex Podcast – Episode 4

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“Death and the Acrid Smell of Gunsmoke” — The Jonah Hex Podcast

In this fourth episode, Scott dives into the mailbag to address some listener feedback. 

And then it’s on to the main event in the first issue of the title that’ll be Jonah’s new home for the next little while — Weird Western Tales #12 — and the heart-rending story entitled “Promise To A Princess“.  Bring a hankey, folks.  This one’s a real tear-jerker. 

You wuz warned!

What’s so sad about it?  Listen in to find out as we continue exploring the weird and thrilling tales of the baddest bad-ass bounty hunter ever to roam the Old West…

Jonah Woodson Hex!! 

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Death and the Acrid Smell of Gunsmoke: The Jonah Hex Podcast – Episode 3

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“Death and the Acrid Smell of Gunsmoke” — The Jonah Hex Podcast

In this third episode, Scott takes an in-depth look at the second appearance of Jonah Hex in the pages of ‘All-Star Western #11’!!

What is “The Hundred Dollar Deal“? Will it make Jonah Hex… or DESTROY him?

Listen to find out as we continue exploring the weird and thrilling tales of the baddest bad-ass bounty hunter ever to roam the Old West…

Jonah Woodson Hex!!

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The Fourth Wall Comics Podcast Episode 89

Show Notes:

Intro [00:24]

indies:

  • [01:31] American Vampire #3
    • “If your sick of all this Twilight bulls#@! and all these crappy vampire stories, finally, here’s a good one”. – Jesse
  • [07:09] Walking Dead #72
  • [11:17] Joe the Barbarian #5
  • [16:44] Creepy #3

mainstream:

  • [23:48] DC Universe: Legacies #1
  • [29:29] Brightest Day #2
  • [33:51] Avengers #1
  • [38:31] X-Men Legacy #236
  • [43:22] Atlas #1
  • [49:36] Ultimate Avengers 2 #2

Outro [54:23]

Cammy’s Comic Corner – Episode 127 (5/23/10)

Full steam ahead! The Pick Of The Week goes to Jeff Parker & Gabriel Hardman for Atlas #1 (Marvel). Fast Five picks include DC Universe: Legacies #1 (DC), The Anchor #8 (BOOM! Studios), Joe The Barbarian #5 (Vertigo), Legion Of Super-Heroes #1 (DC), and Atomic Robo: Revenge Of The Vampire Dimension #3 (Red 5 Comics).

Contest at the end? Perhaps 😉