Just Another Fanboy #71 – BONUS EPISODE: Top 5 Random Moments

This is the episode in which I count down 5 randomly chosen episodes from Season One and play you clips from the episodes.


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

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Webcomics: Reviews of The Zombie Hunters, Kim Reaper, and Nothing Is Forgotten

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Zombies, Reapers, and…Some Sorta Thing

On this, the Two Guys’ annual Halloween webcomics episode, Sean and Derek discuss three horror-related titles, each of which is quite different one from the other. They begin with Jenny Romanchuk’s The Zombie Hunters, a story that has been serialized since 2006. This is a post-apocalyptic narrative that centers on a group of zombie hunters who are themselves infected by a virus that could possibly turn them into the undead, should they die a natural death. After that they look at Kim Reaper, a relatively new webcomic created by Sara Graley, and one that could arguably be described as a horror romcom. Finally, they discuss Ryan Andrews’s Nothing Is Forgotten, a somewhat short but nonetheless powerful story about a young boy who buries his father the same day he stumbles upon a lair of some ill-defined and mysterious creature.


Wayne’s Comics Podcast #348: Gilbert Deltrez

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This week, I welcome back to the podcast comics creator Gilbert Deltrez from the great Indie comic Under the Flesh. In this episode, #348, we talk about his latest Kickstarter project, which brings the series back from the dead, as it were! We talk about Gil’s interest in the undead, how he brought the creative team together for this revived comic, and what he has in store for us in the near future! Be sure to go to Kickstarter.com and support this worthy project! To keep up with Gil and what he’s working on, follow him on Facebook or go to his comic’s website!

Wayne’s Comics Podcast #294: David Miller

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This week’s episode #294 features the return of David Miller, who discusses his newest comic limited series The Frankenstein Zombie, among other things! His Indiegogo for this series ends in the next couple of days, so this is the perfect time to jump on board! David talks about the original classic story being his inspiration for the book as well as the various supporting characters in the series as well as what it took to bring this together! For more about The Frankenstein Zombie, go to this link! Time is limited, so once you’ve listened to this interview, be sure to head to the Indiegogo link above to support this great comic!

Wayne’s Comics Podcast #276: Gilbert Deltrez

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In Episode 276, I talk with comics creator Gilbert Deltrez about his new Indie comics LAIR – A Para-Dimensional Demon Horror, which you can now support via Kickstarter at this link: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/478659431/lair-a-para-dimensional-demon-horror. Don’t miss this fun chat, and be sure to support this great project today!


Comic News Insider Episode 743 – Auld Lang CNI!


Comic News Insider: Episode 743 is now available for free download! Click on the link or get it through iTunes! Sponsored by Dynamic Forces.

Reviews: Hulk Vol 4 #1, Supergirl: Being Super #1

Jimmy is joined in studio again by the Jon-uary co-host, Jon Hoche! They wish you a happy new year and gush over the Wonder Woman trailers. Jimmy also laments how a friend will try to keep talking about an episode of a show they both watch even when Jimmy says he hasn’t seen the one from the previous night yet! The nerve! News includes: Geoff Johns will write some Watchmen comics, Grant Morrison’s Multiversity kind of returns, Rob Liefeld has sold the film options to more of his comic endeavors and The Walking Dead star Andrew Lincoln promises more levity when the show returns. Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us!



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Super Podcasto Magnifico! Ep. #210: The Flash, A-Force and Oh, Killstrike

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JoshWill from Foshkos sits in this podcast as we talk C.R.O.T.C.H. #1, the Supergirl leak and The Flash season finale. Then it’s on to comics with reviews of Marvel Comics’ A-Force #1 and BOOM! Studios’ Oh, Killstrike #1. Listen in!

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Super Hero Speak – #70: Super Zero

This week the guys sit down with Mitch Cohen, writer and director of Super Zero – Bad Ass Zombie Apocalypse Short Film. Also joining is Giselle Gilbert one of the stars of the film. Perhaps one of the best independent short films out there, Super Zero adds a new level to the Zombie movie genre. A story of a true loser turned hero, this film tells an amazing story in 15 minutes. Not only with the usual action and horror, but also with humor and heart Check this film out today you won’t be disappointed. And enjoy our interview!


Check out the film here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxzmcfgZd_0

Follow Mitch Cohen on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/MitchCohenFilms

And Giselle Gilbert here: https://twitter.com/GiselleGilbert

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Super Hero Speak

 question of last week: In one of the strangest cross overs ever Marvel comics crossed over with a soap opera. Name the Soap and the characters involved in the cross over. #trivia #comics

Answer: Guiding Light with Iron Man and Spider-Man

And the winner is Dave the Nerd! Congrats you are the geek of the week! Follow Dave on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/Rev_Draven

#stumpthegeekspeak question of the week: The initial Stan Lee cameo for Guardians of the Galaxy was rejected by Disney. What was the cameo that was rejected? #trivia #comics

To answer post on our FB page or tweet @SuperHeroSpeak #stumpthegeekspeak. A winner will be announced on the next episode.

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The Comic Book Update Episode 23: The Other Undead White Meat

This week, McPierce discusses “The Other Dead”, zombie animals, poorly drawn Presidents and the undeads’ Katrina.

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The song this week was “I’ve Had Enough (Into The Fire)” by KISS.

RBDHB: Clay McCormack Interview

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RBDHB was lucky enough to interview Clay McCormack the writer and artist of Dead Meat


This is the full uncut 18 minute interview of Clay McCormack, which is filled with even more about his process and the making of Dead Meat.
Dead Meat is a Free web graphic novel which can be found and supported here claytonmccormack.com/deadmeat/www.f…/DeadMeatComicwww.eatdeadmeat.com/‎

This interview in Video form, it is shorter at about 8 minutes youtu.be/GTbxONqEYSA

Our review of the first volume of Dead Meat Yupfrank – Rbdhb…


RBDHB: Dead Meat Review


A review of Clay McCormack’s first volume of his web graphic novel Dead Meat. In a world infested with zombies in movies and comics, Dead Meat stands out on its own.
See what Frank and Deshawn think of the first volume and on monday and interview with Clay will be posted.
Dead Meat is a Free web graphic novel which can be found and supported here claytonmccormack.com/deadmeat/www.facebook.com/DeadMeatComic www.eatdeadmeat.com/



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