Legion Spotlight Episode: New Mutants Vol. 1 #27 Review

Allen and Ryan get together to discuss and review one of the important moments of David Haller in the X-Men lure. The guys provide some insight how this episode came to be. Tune in and find out why this a must read.

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X-Men Monday Episode 6: Astonishing Psylocke

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Allen and Ryan are back talking about the X-Men titles released last week. The guys take some time to discuss estimated X-Men sales from June and details on X-Men Marvel Legacy previews. The guys are joined by website contributors Anthony and Rob to discuss the books too! Plus Fastball Tweets from the X-Men Monday Thread. Thanks for listening!

Intro (0:00), June Sales (2:08), X-Men Legacy Previews (24:15), Astonishing X-Men (40:39), X-Men Gold (1:04:54), Fastball Tweets (1:22:07), General Discussion (1:38:02)

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Super Hero Speak – #193: Jimmy’s Cash

This week the guys review Logan. Is Hugh Jackman’s farewell performance  as Wolverine the greatest comic book movie of all time? Or is it too dark and gritty for a superhero movie? These questions and more are explored as the guys review Logan, enjoy! Be warned spoilers ahead!

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Comic News Insider Episode 752 – Old Man CNI!

Comic News Insider: Episode 752 is now available for free download! Click on the link or get it through iTunes! Sponsored by Dynamic Forces.

Reviews: America #1, Amerikarate #1, Brave Chef Brianna #1, Riverdale One-Shot, Royal City #1, Logan

Jimmy is back in NYC and Jon Hoche joins him back in the rotating co-host chair! They chat about Jimmy’s trip to his hometown of Jacksonville & last week’s podcasting with old pals. News includes: Shelly Bond joins IDW to oversee new imprint Black Crown, Ryan Gosling is producing Jeff Lemire’s The Underwater Welder into film, Jason Isaacs has beeen cast as Captain Lorca in Star Trek: Discovery, Patrick Stewart teases possible Deadpool 2 cameo, the 6 DCU/Looney Tunes crossover comics were announced including Batman/Elmer Fudd, Image Comics is publishing Shirtless Bear-Fighter and more! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us!

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Super Podcasto Magnifico! Ep. #251: Logan Movie Review!

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On this podcast we review Logan. Have you heard of it? Our shirts are off for this one. We need it for our tears. Spoilers ahead. Listen in!

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Check out Brawler #1 and #2 on Kickstarter now!

Brawler #1 and #2 on Kickstarter

ComicsVerse Podcast Episode 76: X-Men “The Dream”

Thirty-one years after I picked up my first comic book, we recorded this podcast on the day I turned thirty-seven. As they say the planet Jupiter does every twenty-eight years, in many ways my experience with comics made a full revolution around my life. The beginning of this journey filled me with curiosity, wonder, and life lessons I never found in any other form of media, and the circle completed itself not too long after I had the opportunity to interview the most prolific X-Men writer ever—Chris Claremont.

LISTEN: ComicsVerse interviews X-Men writer Chris Claremont!

Joined by my friend, ComicsVerse X-Men writer and podcast co-host Marius Thienenkamp, Episode 76 of the ComicsVerse Podcast, “X-Men: The Dream,” explored the significance of the metaphor of the X-Men both in and outside of comics through discussions of race, sexuality, inequality, and “othering” in western civilization.  Podcast panelists Jamie Rice, Kay Honda, Nolan Bensen, and Corey Spanner weighed in on parallels between historical activists like Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X, and Gandhi which lead to conversations about dominant cultural hierarchies and the nature of humanity itself.

X-Men comics and characters are rife with meaning and serve as a mirror of how society treats anyone who is, and feels, different and how those same people cope in a world that hates and fears them. The concept of the X-Men served as a perfect platform during this podcast to embark on an analysis of American culture as a microcosm of human nature and what it ultimately means to be American.

HEAR: Want more X-Men analysis? These podcasts are all X-Men related!

As someone who read X-Men comics their entire life, I thought of no better birthday gift than to celebrate the medium and series that gave me, and continues to give me, the most hope and feeling. I am lucky in that I was able to hold such a conversation with such wonderful close friends, colleagues, and caring individuals.

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Radio Free Asgard 202

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This week, we wrap up our coverage of The Eighth Day with The Juggernaut:The Eighth Day #1, which finds our hapless heroes stuck to a giant golden phallus!! As if that’s not enough, we have a magically appearing wheelchair, and a machine that can still (apparently) be operated after 20 pages of the Juggernaut ripping it apart. Oh, and Thor’s in it too.

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This week we cover Part 3 of The Eighth Day with Peter Parker: Spider-Man #11! Two new heroes join this very crowded story, but can Spider-Man and Professor X help destroy..the God Machine??

RBDHB – X-men: Days Of Future Past Review

The franchise culminates yet again in the time traveling sequel/prequel… X-Men: Days of Future Past.

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Super Podcasto Magnifico! Ep. #162: X-Men-Battle of the Atom Crossover Review

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On this podcast we talk Marvel Comics latest X crossover, X-Men: Battle of the Atom. The whole thing. Does this change everything? Then we move over to some X-Men: Days of Future Past trailer talk. All X this week. Listen in! Was Battle of the Atom the best X-Men crossover to date? Head over to our podcast Facebook page and let us know.

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ARP – 03 – Phoenix Saga

Dylan and John discuss the Phoenix Saga and Dark Phoenix saga from X-Men 101-108 and 129-138. Marvel Comics published these stories in 1976 and 1980.

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Arc Reactions Podcast – 03 – Phoenix Saga.mp3

 

Talking Points

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Jean – weakest X-Man to Strongest X-Man (106?)

Professor is a coward

Did Hellfire (Mastermind) manipulate Jean to release the Dark Phoenix?

Weird fill-in issue (106 – another issue with the new team fighting the old team. same as 100)

Wolvie/Jean and Peter/Kitty romances

Best Mastermind story ever?

Storm’s ability to make her costume with her ‘powers’ (also Phoenix and Colossus at times)

Family relations (brother/cousin) being immune to your mutant power

Trope of women being incapable of handling great power and self sacrificing

The mental blocks holding back the Phoenix and allowing Jean to control it

 

First appearances

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Black Tom Cassidy (101)

Kitty Pride (129)

Starjammers (107)

Dazzler (130)

Sebastian Shaw (129)

Emma Frost (129)

Hellfire Club (129)

Senator Kelly (135, mentioned in 133)

Gladiator (107)

Storm’s Origins (102)

 

 

Our next podcast will be covering A Death in the Family and Killing Joke, both Batman tales. That podcast will be uploaded on July 28th.

 

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ARP – 01 – Avengers vs. X-men

Here is a link to download the podcast. Right click and Save Link As in order to save it as the MP3. Clicking on the link will open in another tab in your browser and play the file:

Arc Reactions Podcast – 01 – AvX.mp3

We will be updating on a biweekly schedule on Sundays. The next episode will go up on June 30, 2013.

In this episode of the Arc Reactions Podcast, Dylan and John discuss the 19-issue mini-series from Marvel Comics entitled Avengers Vs. X-Men. The podcast has a couple explicit words in it. We have decided that all future podcasts will be kept PG in order to allow all listeners to enjoy the content.

The topics covered in this episode are:

  • Short summary of the story
  • Discussion of the VS issue fights
  • Hope’s powers.
  • Who was in the right?
  • How this led into Marvel Now.

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The intro music was composed by longzijun and can be found on youtube here:
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We would love to hear from you with arc suggestions as well as feedback on the show.