EMBS Episode 001: It Begins

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Individually they were just like those guys who like to hang around the comic book shop and talk comics but together they form the Earth’s Mightiest Podcast!

Yep, it finally happened folks. The day we half-heartedly threatened and that you -when all the chips were down- PRAYED would never ACTUALLY become part of the EMP Legacy’s storied Canon! EMBS (don’t make us spell it out for ya!) Ep. 1 talk as of January 26th 2020! It’s a round robin of rancor, resentment, real-talk and respect as the guys Sound off with spoilers on…

“Legendary Marvel Improv”
“CW: Crisis on Infinite Earths”
“Stumptown (TV)”
“The Boys (TV)”
“The Mandalorian”
“Marvel Star Wars (Comics)”
“Ghost Rider (Comics)”
“Harley Quinn (Cartoon)”
“Some Politics talk”
“Facebook Group Rundown”
“Related talk: Cyber Podcast: Space Force”

Legendary Marvel Improv
Story Title: Nuclear Armageddon

Mastermind: Doctor Doom

Villains: Deadlands (Zombie Villains), Masters of Evil (Baron Zemo, Melter, Whirlwind, Ultron)

Heroes: Captain America, Emma Frost, Kraven, Loki, Speed

Email: emp@EarthsMightiestPodcast.com

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Arc Reactions – 90 – Stumptown

This episode covers Stumptown by Greg Rucka. We talk about the characters, the cases, and setting this story in Portland, OR. A wonderful example of the private eye story from a masterful writer.


Talking points

Stories (10:13)

Dex (24:52)

Ansel (41:20)

Other characters (47:05)

Marencos (50:20)

Diversity (52:55)

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Arc Reactions 72 – Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2

Our next podcast will be our review of  Black Panther (film) on February 18th.

We would like to thank Packie Wambaugh for recording our intro and outro music for us.

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Comic Book Pitt #107 – The Sunday Edition

It’s not a mistake, this is a Sunday recording. In the past when we’ve recorded off-schedule, bad things would happen, like in a Final Destination movie. Fortunately, Dan and Duke both came away from this episode unscathed.

This week we talk about Avengers Arena #1, Avengers #1, Hellboy In Hell #1, The Legend of Luther Strode #1 (of 6), Thunderbolts #1, and Stumptown Vol. 2 #4

Comic Book Pitt theme music is by Nik Furious. You can find more of Nik’s music at NikFurious.com.

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Thanks for listening!

Fourth Wall Comics Podcast #25

Jesse, Freddie, Danny and Cammy from Cammy’s Comic Corner are on the case. Reviews of Batman #0, The Creep #1, and Stumptown Vol. 2 #1.  But that’s not all! In honor of 150 podcasts (including those before the re-numbering) we answer your listener questions.

[03:24] Batman #0
[13:26] The Creep #1
[24:56] Stumptown Vol. 2 #1
[33:58] Your Listener Questions

  • [34:38] Jason asks “If Elvis was alive, what current comics would he enjoy?”
  • [35:47] Jeramey asks “If you could have one character from the big two switch companies, who would they be and why?”
  • [39:19] Kris asks “Which superhero would be the best/worst roommate?”
  • [44:28] Jorge asks “Will you guys ever go to NYCC or Baltimore Comic Con?”
  • [47:15] Johnny asks “What’s the most embarrassing comic you’ve ever read and enjoyed?”
  • [51:32] Jason asks “If Spawn was a hotdog, what would he taste like and would you eat him?”

[53:05] Wrap-up and Outro

Intro Music: Slapstick – “The Park”

Backroom Comics Podcast Episode 116 – Comic Highs & Lows

The Backroom team give $5 worth of venting, discuss the return of anthologies, share some comic news, and take a look at The Arctic Marauder.

Questions? Comments? Stop by the Backroom Comics Podcast website.

This episode is available on iTunes and Zune. It is also available on Miro and Stitcher, or you can find our podcast RSS feeds on our subscribe page and use whatever system you want.

You can follow all of the happenings on our website through our blog’s RSS feed.

Backroom Comics Podcast Episode 89 – The High Cost Of Comics

The Backroom Comics crew discuss the news coming out of New York Comic Con, the price drop for DC & Marvel comics, and share what they have been reading lately.

Questions? Comments? Stop by the Backroom Comics Podcast website.

This episode is available on iTunes and Zune. It is also available on Miro and Stitcher, or you can find our podcast RSS feeds on our subscribe page and use whatever system you want.

You can follow all of the happenings on our website through our blog’s RSS feed.

The Fourth Wall Comics Podcast Episode 101

It’s delay week at The Fourth Wall. In this delayed podcast, we discuss some fantastic delayed books and some not so fantastic ones.


[01:27] Scarlet #2
[08:38] Stumptown #4 (OF 4)
[15:32] Last Days Of American Crime #3 (OF 3)
[26:55] Choker #4 (OF 6)
[31:12] Buffy The Vampire Slayer #36
[33:30] Sweet Tooth #13
[35:38] Yours Truly Jack The Ripper #3 (OF 3)
[40:43] 5 Days To Die #1 (OF 5)
[45:03] Heroic Age: One Month To Live #1 (OF 5)
[49:31] Avengers: The Children’s Crusade #1 & 2
[52:57] Wolverine #1

Backroom Comics Podcast Episode 66 – The Celebration

The Backroom Comics crew celebrates the sixth anniversary of Arcane comics by introducing new team member Chris Walker, revisiting Rotten with Mark Rahner, and by having Greg Rucka and Matthew Southworth interview each other about Stumptown.

If you have thoughts about this episode, please stop by the Backroom Comics Podcast website and share them.

This episode is also available on iTunes and Zune.

The Fourth Wall Comics Podcast Episode 86

Jesse, Art, Freddie, and Danny(!) discuss free comics, indie comics, mainstream comics, and Indian mainstream comics.

Start / Intro: [0:00:21]

[0:01:42] Overview
[0:04:00] Th3rd World – The Stuff of Legend + City of Bones
[0:08:38] Radical Publishing – Welcome to R Universe
[0:14:21] Oni Press – The Sixth Gun
[0:19:32] Image Comics – Fractured Fables

[0:23:19] Stumptown #3 (of 4)
[0:27:55] Green Hornet #3
[0:34:14] The Walking Dead #71
[0:36:17] Aladdin: Legacy Of The Lost #3 (of 3)
[0:37:15] The Last Days of American Crime #2 (of 3)

[0:42:14] Detective Comics #864
[0:47:05] Green Lantern Corps #47
[0:49:44] Invincible Iron Man #25
[0:54:14] X-Force #26
[0:58:30] Thor #609
[1:00:03] New Avengers #64
[1:02:14] Siege: Secret Warriors #1
[1:11:58] Thunderbolts #143
[1:12:42] Ultimate Comics Avengers: v1 #6 + v2 #1

Trades [1:28:32]

  • Gigantic TP
  • Wormwood: Gentleman Corpse Volume 2 It Only Hurts When I Pee HC
  • Wolverine Noir TP
  • Hotwire TP
  • The Stuff of Legend Vol. 1

Next Week / Outro: [1:31:05]
HIGHLIGHTS: Brightest Day #1, Demo Volume 2 #4, Jonah Hex #1 (New Printing), $1.00, Jonah Hex #55, Sweet Tooth #9, Pilot Season Stealth #1, Ultimate Comics New Ultimates #2, Uncanny X-Men #524, and Astonishing Spider-Man Wolverine #1

Cammy’s Comic Corner – Episode 124 (5/2/10)

Comics? In MY Corner? It’s more likely than you think. Pick Of The Week goes to Kevin Smith & Jonathan Lau for Green Hornet #3 (Dynamite). Fast Five picks include Scalped #37 (Vertigo), Ultimate Avengers 2 #1 (Marvel), Stumptown #3 (Oni Press), Green Lantern Corps #47 (DC), and Invincible Iron Man #25 (Marvel).

What rhymes with “Hairs of Blondefest?” Why, “There’s a contest!”, of course!

Backroom Comics Podcast Episode 46 – One For The Underdogs


Backroom Comics Podcast Episode 46 – One For the Underdogs.

Kevin and Pete discuss some of their favorite underrated characters, Greg and Kevin talk about the Showcase line of books from DC, and Pete and Greg share what they have been reading lately.

This episode is also available on iTunes.

F BombCast 68: A Euphoric Geektopia

The Full Monty Folks, Here and Waving our geek Flag proudly. Psst, Did you know there was a thing called Breast Cancer? If not let me just say WooHoo I just raised your awareness. A discussion of the direction of DC comics post Blackest Night as well as about event burnout in general. A bunch a really good movies are discussed: The Kite Runner, Battlestar Galactica: The Plan, Some Dungeons and Dragons Flick Mike watched, Drag Me to Hell, A Haunting in Connecticut. Then the boys get all philosophical on two movies that really no one should ever get philosophical about ever: Doomsday and They Live. The Musical Infatuation lives as we hear a god awful indie song by Kevin but since it is about Steve McQueen it automatically becomes cool, Kamelot from Mike, and Dream Theater from TJ. Comics Round out this table of geekery with: Stumptown, House of Mystery, and Godland.

Music Played:

Eytan Mirsky: (I Just Wanna be) Your Steve McQueen • Was it Something I said

Kamelot: The Haunting (Somewhere in Time) • The Black Halo

Dream Theater: A Nightmare to Remember • Black Clouds & Silver Linings

Here are the links to our theme song and our outro:

Wednesday 13: I Love to Say Fuck • Bloodwork EP

Ben Folds: Rockin’ the Suburbs • Rockin’ the Suburbs

Contact us at TJ@fbombcast.com, Kevin@fbombcast.com, Mike@fbombcast.com

Follow us on twitter: TJ: Gardnerisgod, Kevin: Fbombcast, Mike: RockDungeonMike

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Teenage Wasteland Episode 57 – Comic Talk

So, how do I kick off the new year? By talking about comic books, of course. Happy 2010, everyone.


Books Discussed: The Unwritten #7, Stumptown #1, Punisher Max #1, Spider-man 2099, Amazing Spider-man #612-616

Music featured is by Social Distortion.

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Comic Book Pitt #40 – Retconned!

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One day in October when we were recording episode #40, the Scarlet Witch appeared in the Comic Book Pitt and simply whispered “No more podcasts.”

We floated between realities until we were finally retconned back into existence in our own universe. For us it was mere minutes, but apparently we were gone for 24 days.

That original 40th episode is still floating out there…somewhere…

The cover scans for this episode can be found on the CBP Flickr site.

The music in this episode is by Ike & Tina Turner.

Comic Book Pitt is a proud member of the Comics Podcast Network.

If you have comments, complaints, or suggestions, leave a comment on iTunes, email us at comicbookpitt@gmail.com or leave a comment on the site.

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