Super Hero Speak – #274: That took a turn…

This week the guys talk about the latest Marvel and DC news, like the first look at Captain Marvel. Plus Alan Tudyk and Timothy Dalton join the Doom Patrol cast. And Henry Cavill as the lead in The Witcher.  And they wrap it all up with an interview with Simpson comic book writer Tony DiGerolamo, enjoy!

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Comics Alternative, Episode 276: Reviews of Milk Wars, Motor Girl Omnibus, and Strangers in Paradise XXV #1 & #2

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Paul is back on the podcast, fresh from working on his dissertation. On this episode, he updates Derek on his dissertating progress, and then the Two Guys plunge into the show proper. They begin by looking at the five issues that make up the DC Universe/Young Animal crossover Milk Wars (DC Comics). Both Paul and Derek share their experiences reading JLA/Doom Patrol Special #1Mother Panic/Batman Special #1Shade, the Changing Girl/Wonder Woman Special #1Cave Carson Has A Cybernetic Eye/Swamp Thing Special #1, and Doom Patrol/JLA Special #1. A significant difference between the guys’ appreciation of the Milk War crossover is linked to each of their post reading history with both the Young Animal titles and DC’s current superhero happenings.

After that, they celebrate the recent work of Terry Moore. The Two Guys discus in detail Motor Girl Omnibus, released just last month from Moore’s Abstract Studios. This is a limited series that originally came out in 2017, but both Derek and Paul wanted to revisit the title now that the entire run is available in one volume. From there, they jump into the first two issues of Moore’s latest efforts, Strangers in Paradise XXV. Both are excited to be back in the world of Katchoo and Francine, and even more compelling is the fact that Moore is crossing over his narrative worlds. There are elements of both Rachel Rising and Echo in this new SiP. And while those familiar with Moore’s previous comics will bring an enhanced appreciation to the latest series, first-time readers of Moore will nonetheless get a lot out of Strangers in Paradise XXV without feeling lost. Both Paul and Derek love the work of Terry Moore, and their discussion of these new releases demonstrate this fact.

The Grawlix Podcast #59: Spunky D Breaks Jesse

On this episode the Grawlix Podcast wraps up their John Constantine, Hellblazer Vol. 1 discuss and take some spectacular audio feedback from a spunky listener. Oh yeah, Happy Holidays! Enjoy!

This episode originally appeared on GrawlixPodcast.com

Show Notes and Links
INTRO
00:00:00 – Intro/Greetings
00:05:32 – Next Month’s Poll List Pick: Paper Girls Vol. 1
LETTERS PAGE (Contact Us Here)
00:06:07 – Letters and audio feedback from Mathew Downs
POLL LIST
00:19:14 – John Constantine, Hellblazer Vol. 1 Part 2
OUTRO
01:03:07 – Outro


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The Grawlix Podcast Halloween Special 2017

The Grawlix Podcast tribute to Len Wein and Bernie Wrightson and homage to just one of their many great characters, Swamp Thing. In this special Halloween episode the G-Crew offer up a fan reading and audio production of Swamp Thing’s 1st appearance in the pages of House of Secrets #92 followed by a discussion.

This episode originally appeared on GrawlixPodcast.com

Show Notes
INTRO
00:00:00 – Intro/Greetings
FEATURE
00:02:00 – House of Secrets #92 – Swamp Thing as read by the Grawlix Podcast
DISCUSSION
00:13:27 – Swamp Thing 1st Appearance Discussion and Audio Reaction

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Comic Book Central – Episode #167: Michael Uslan Part Two

Return to those thrilling days of yesteryear as I chat with producer/writer Michael Uslan about his comic book crossovers with the Lone Ranger, Green Hornet, The Shadow, and many more. PLUS – we’ll take a deep dive into the muck to talk about his 1982 cult classic – Swamp Thing!
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Super Podcasto Magnifico! Ep. #249: Justice League Dark! The Last Jedi! Saga! X-Men TV!

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On this podcast we talk about The Last Jedi, Logan and some X-Men TV news. Then we review Saga #42 and the new Justice League Dark animated feature. Can’t have something dark without Batman. Listen in!

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Comic Frontline Live #132: Cracked!

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Every week, the Comic Frontline crew unites to do a LIVE Show through Google Hangouts where we discuss the news and comics of the week and have some fun while doing it!

This week the crew is down by one and discuss: ResurrXion books! Aquaman release date & new power? Luke Cage! Negan! Firehawk? Marvel Vs. Capcom Infinite! Mister Mxyzptlk! How to read Kryptonian!

Plus Worst Picks, the Top 5 Comics of this week, Most Anticipated 3 comics for next week, and more tangents than you can throw a stick at!

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Deconstructing Comics #500: Stephen Bissette: Comics, Movies, and Creator Credits

Steve Bissette with Tim and PaulFive hundred episodes?! Where’d the time go? As has been typical of recent “landmark” episodes, a topic discussion is in order, this time among Tim, Paul, and famed artist, writer, and comics educator Stephen Bissette.

Steve talks about favorite film versions of comics; Mario Bava’s Diabolik; and what would have been a better way to make a Dick Tracy movie? How have certain films utilized “comics” language — even if they weren’t based on actual comics stories? What were some of our most traumatic moments in childhood TV viewing/comics reading?

Then we move on to the struggles that creators of Marvel and DC characters and storylines have had in getting proper credit for the film versions of their stories — especially focusing on Frank Miller and Daredevil. And, why do some fans have so much vitriol for Miller?

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Deconstructing Comics #465: Stephen Bissette talks scary comics!

TyrantArtist Stephen Bissette is best-known for his work on Swamp Thing in the ’80s with Alan Moore and John Totleben, as well as 1963 and his solo project Tyrant. Currently he’s teaching at the Center for Cartoon Studies, and this week he joins Tim and Kumar for a wide-ranging discussion, including:

  • The difference between comics schools in the ‘70s vs today
  • What it was like growing up as the first Fantastic Four and Spider-Man comics were hitting the stands and why he liked the new FF movie
  • Is the current state of Image Comics a new paradigm in creator rights, or is it more of the same?
  • Making things scary in comics vs. media that include movement and sound
  • His original plan for “Tyrant”, which ceased with the ‘90s comics industry implosion. Will we ever see more of Tyrant?
  • Time management for comics creators

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Comic News Insider Episode 639 – Too Street For Bond

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Comic News Insider: Episode 639 is now available for free download! Click on the link or get it through iTunes! Sponsored by Dynamic Forces.

Reviews: Hank Johnson: Agent of Hydra #1, Over the Garden Wall #1, Sherlock Holmes: Seven-Per-Cent Solution #1, Falling Skies series finale, Hannibal series finale

Making a special guest appearance…it’s the return of Producer Joe! Joe comes up to the new Inwood CNI studios to make sure everything is up to snuff. They chat about that Wonder Woman lunchbox story, how Idris Elba would make a great James Bond, and remember the great Wes Craven. News includes: First Second is launching a Science Comics line, Bergen Street Comics is closing down next month, New Jersey’s Comic Fusion Superhero Weekend for charity to benefit CASA-SHaW, Fear the Walking Dead 30-minute special will feature a season 2 cast member and more! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us!

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ComicsVerse Podcast Episode 50: The Origin of Alan Moore’s SWAMP-THING

Pop a bottle of Champagne everybody because today you get to participate in the release of ComicsVerse’s 50th podcast! We have been through everything from Jean Grey’s role as the Dark Phoenix to Gene Luen Yang’s AMERICAN BORN CHINESE to the Greatest Couples in Comic History. ComicsVerse Podcast co-hosts Justin Gilbert Alba, Kathy Wisneski and panelists Kay Honda, Nolan Bensen and yours truly, Ms. Jamie Rice, are taking on a classic work of spectacular writing and art: Alan Moore’s run on THE SAGA OF SWAMP-THING.

READ: Where We Stand: A Look at Women in Comics using Alan Moore’s WATCHMEN through the lens of Laura Mulvey’s “Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema.”

Originally created by Len Wein and Bernie Wrightson, THE SAGA OF SWAMP-THING is the story of Alec Holland. A scientist working in Louisiana, Holland is working on a magical formula to restore the forest when a bomb planted by his supposed friend gives him an intense chemical burn. Holland falls into the swamp and instead of dying he becomes the Swamp-Thing bent on revenge. However, while this beginning leaves a lot of room for thrilling horror stories and situations the premise was never revealed to be as meaningful as it could be until Alan Moore got his grimy hands on it. I point this out because we did not read the first 20 issues of THE SAGA OF SWAMP-THING for the podcast about origin stories. Instead we read the entirety of Alan Moore’s run because the origin I have related is re-imagined in dare I say it, a more meaningful and thematically valuable way by Moore.

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From psychedelic panels that depict the forbidden love shared between the Swamp-Thing and Abby to heartbreaking stories of exile to a planet far far away, Moore found a way to reinvigorate this property in ways that still resonate today. THE SAGA OF SWAMP-THING is so impressive and complex that in our typical attempt to analyze characters using Susan Batson’s TRUTH, we found ourselves arguing that we may never be able to understand the Swamp-Thing’s motivation, need, public persona, and tragic flaw because we couldn’t even decide how human he was.

HEAR: Podcast Co-Host Jamie Rice loses it and cracks up during Grant Morrison’s NEW X-MEN podcast. What the hell is so funny, Jamie?!?

If you love tough questions that lead to more questions than answers then you’re totally gonna love this; So pop a bottle and sit bit back with your favorite swamp creature for an hour or two of debate on ComicVerse’s 50th podcast about the origin of the THE SAGA OF SWAMP-THING.

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Weird Science DC Comics Podcast Episode 25: News, Reviews and Quato

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Ep 25: This episode is intended to be more on the DC Comic tip.  Jim and Eric discuss television news, the supergirl trailer and a little Batman: Arkham Knight.  Then they jump into this week’s books and while Eric had a downer week, it’s Jim’s turn to shine.  They also talk ghosts, Quato from Total Recall and tell a bunch of Dick jokes.  Ryan Clark joins in with his Other Side review of the WYtches Trade Paperback and Dan gives us a spoiler edition of Geek News.

 

Books Reviewed:
Superman #41, Grayson #9, Green Lantern: Lost Army #1, Justice League 3001 #1, We are Robin #1, The Flash #41, Injustice: Year Four #8, Gotham by Midnight #6, Deathstroke #7, Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman #40, Batman: Arkham Knight #19, Aquaman #41, Batgirl #41 and Teen Titans #9
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Weird Science DC Comics Podcast Episode 24: Justice League, Black Canary and the DC You

 

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Ep 24: Because Eric has to go away for the weekend, the boys get together on Friday to record and while it seemed different, they got the job done.  Eric talks about being a shoplifter, Jim ends his feud with Brenden Fletcher and the guys talk about all the books of the week.  They are both surprised at Black Canary, but disagree about almost everything else.  We also get Dan’s Geek News and Ryan Clark reviewing Southern Bastards #9.

Books Reviewed:
Justice League of America #1
Black Canary #1
Martian Manhunter #1
Doctor Fate #1
Doomed #1
Superman/Wonder Woman #18
Robin: Son of Batman #1
Secret Six #3
Flash Reviews:
Injustice: Year Four #7
Wonder Woman #41
Sinestro #12
Prez #1
Harley Quinn and Power Girl #1
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Weird Science DC Comics Podcast Episode 23: Batman, The Truth and the DC YOU

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While Jim and Eric tried to tighten things up last week, they are back to their old ways.  This podcast took three tries and two days to record and is a long one indeed!  The longer format gives them a chance to talk about the new Robo Batman, The Truth and every other book this week.  We also learn that Jim’s laptop may or may not have porn on it and that Eric’s 7-eleven is closing soon.  Thankfully, Dan’s Geek News and Ryan’s Other side segment break up the nonsense.
Books Reviewed:
Batman #41
Batman/Superman #21
Earth 2 Society #1
New Suicide Squad #9
Constantine: The Hellblazer #1
All-Star Section Eight #1
Injustice: Year Four #6
Batman: Arkham Knight #17
Harley Quinn #17
Red Hood/Arsenal #1
Gotham Academy #7
Detective Comics #41
Starfire #1
Catwoman #41
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