Just Another Fanboy 99 – My Other Podcast

Buckle up folks, because I have something special for you, before the big Episode 100. This is a podcast, within a podcast, within a podcast.

That’s right, today I dip back into the well, going back to February 17, 2019 and play you episode 26 of the now defunct Steeven Orr Else Podcast, which is in itself, an episode where I showcased three episodes of my Patreon podcast called, My Other Podcast.

This is a long one, but that’s only to keep you busy until Episode 100 comes out in one week’s time.

Among these three episodes I first challenge myself to fill fifteen minutes of episode time with nothing yet wind up telling a wonderful story about Sonic and a chicken sandwich, then I talk about my most favorite single comic book issue of all time, and finally I discuss a limited series known as Marvel 1872.

So yeah, as I said right there at the get go, buckle up!

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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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Deconstructing Comics #455: Streetwise

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When Kumar was in Toronto in May and met up with Koom, one topic that came up was a 2000 anthology book called Streetwise, featuring autobiographical stories by a number of well-known comics artists (including Jack Kirby, Sergio Aragones, Paul Chadwick, Joe Kubert, John Severin & Roy Thomas, Walter Simonson, Rick Veitch, and Barry Windsor-Smith). This week, with Kumar back in Australia, they chat via Skype/phone about an overlooked book that’s worth a look.

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Back To The Bins! – #109: The Shameless, Obligatory, Coat-tails-riding, “Iron Man 3” Movie Tie-In Episode

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Deconstructing Comics #351: Two Wolverine Milestones

WolverineYet again, Kumar and Dana go all nationalistic to discuss another Canadian icon: the best there is at what he does, th’ ol’ Canucklehead, Wolverine, bub. First on the chopping block is Wolverine (1982) by Chris Claremont and Frank Miller, a comic which tries to not be paint-by-numbers, but ends up being little else. And, Barry Windsor-Smith’s Weapon X, which was apparently spawned from a universe in which neither paint nor numbers exist.

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Back To The Bins! #59

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Disenfranchised by the modern comics industry, Scott Gardner and Michael Bailey (of “Views 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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Cammy’s Comic Corner – Weapon X Episode

In this special episode, Cammy gives the rundown on (in his opinion) the definitive origin of Wolverine, and how he got his adamantium claws.  Weapon X by Barry Windsor-Smith is the main focus, with some talks of the upcoming X-Men Origins: Wolverine movie starring Hugh Jackman.

A review of the movie to follow sometime this weekend!