The Grawlix Podcast #10: NO-vember


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On this episode we cut through (most of) the banter and get right to business. First up is this month’s webcomic recommendation with After Daylight by Sarah Roark followed by Marvels for the Poll List discussion. We round the episode out with another installment of Swamp Studies, this time the journey takes us through Saga of the Swamp Thing Book 4.

Show Notes and Links

00:00:00 – Captain America: Winter Soldier
00:09:56 – After Daylight by Sarah Roark | After Daylight Vol. 1 Kickstarter
00:20:12 – Mihmiverse & More
00:28:55 – Marvels
00:54:43 – Saga of the Swamp Thing – Book 4
01:28:26 – The Flash, Arrow, and Constantine Television Series
01:36:09 – Outro

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Wednesday Warriors – Time Machine – Marvels

Episode 75

The Warriors travel back in time to review Marvels by Kurt Busiek and Alex Ross in the latest special time machine episode.

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Comics on Comics Radio # 3: Alex Ross

In the third episode of Comics on Comics Radio, host Sax Carr welcomes legendary comic artist, Alex Ross (Marvels, Kingdom Come, Project Superpowers) along with Asterios Kokkinos (Cracked Magazine, NPR’s Marketplace), Steven Saunders (Secret Cross) and Blair Marnell (Wizard Magazine) for a mindbending hour of comics & comedy!


This week, our panel examines a move by Heath Ledger fans to remove The Joker from all future Batman films, reviews Batman #686 by Neil Gaiman and Andy Kubert, debates the continuing corruption of Mary Marvel and whether Barbara Gordon should return as Batgirl, considers the death and return of Barry Allen, Captain America & Jason Todd before an all out interview with Ross about nearly all of his projects to date, including the first word on what his next project might be…


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CCL Podcast #164 – Barry Levine, President of Radical Publishing

hercc.jpgCollected Comics Library Podcast #164

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This past weekend I was thinking of doing more interviews for the main feature of the podcast. But, as you know, the CCL is unlike other comic books podcasts, in that, artists and writers are not the main focus of a collected edition – the editors and management are. So Monday morning I sat down to do some work and fan out some e-mails. As it turns out I had an e-mail come to me! It was from a new company called Radical Publishing out of LA. The company is owned and operated by Barry Levine, who is a long time producer and has worked on several movies and soundtracks. Currently he is the Executive Producer of Rex Mundi, starring Johnny Depp. He has now started up Radical and he wants to get the word out about his company and all the exciting projects that are in the works. We also go into a bit of his background and involvement with 30 Days of Night and the exciting news that Radical’s own Hercules has been optioned for a feature film in association with Spyglass Entertainment.

To start off the show, I first talk a bit on Marvel’s May solicitations, shipping and product changes and a very short rundown of the New Releases of the Week.

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