EMX Episode 86: Twenty Two Problems

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In this eXplicit, uncut and unedited episode of EMX we review Marvel Comics X-Men books of September 2020.   Featuring guest host Mr Magic

  • Cable (2020) #4
  • Excalibur (2019) #12
  • Giant-Size X-Men Storm (2020) #1
  • Hellions (2020) #4
  • Marauders (2019)12
  • New Mutants (2019) #12
  • Wolverine (2020) #5
  • X-Factor (2020) #3-4
  • X-Force (2019) #12
  • X-Men (2019) #12
  • X of Swords Creation (2020) #1

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X-Men Back Issues Bonus: X-Men King Size Annual 6

On this spooky evening, Ryan and Allen recorded a bonus episode discussing Uncanny X-Men Annual #6. This podcast includes vampires, organs and more. Thanks for listening!

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Uncanny Nerdverse: X-Men Monday Ep. 63

After a busy week and Ryan’s msg overdose, the guys recover to discuss some X-Men comics. Rob has some thoughts on the Hunt For Wolverine minis. Plus Storm takes X-Men comic book cover of the week. Thanks for stopping by!

Intro (0:00), Hunt For Wolverine Minis Wrap Up (4:53), Mr. and Mrs. X #2 (15:33), X-Men Red #7 (23:09), Old Man Logan #46 (34:38), X-Men Gold #34 (41:40), General Discussion (49:00)

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X-Men Theme Song (Cover) by Retcon X
So Bright by Retcon X

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X-Men Back Issues Ep. 4: X-Men/Black Panther: Wild Kingdom

Coming off our discussion of God Loves, Man Kills. It’s going to take a lot to match that skill. This time around Ryan and Allen go back to the days of T’challa & Ororo post marriage. When the bitterness was freshly sour. While there’s a great cast of characters and sounds like the greatest crossover ever. The story suffers from many flaws, making it hard to enjoy. Thanks for listening!

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X-Men Back Issues Ep. 1: X-Men #1-3 “Primer” (2013)

The podcast where each month Ryan and Allen will choose a past X-Men arc to digest and discuss. Schedules didn’t line up for the first episode, Rob sits in with Ryan to discuss and review the international ground breaking debut of the first all female X-Men led series. The guys go through issues one through three covering Primer, the arc that kicked this run off. We hope you enjoy the first episode and stick around for more X-Men coverage and more. Thanks for listening!

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CCC Presents: X-Men Monday Episode 13: Ororo Who?

Ryan and Allen are back in the “studio” to dive into this week’s X-Men discussion. The guys disagree on one book in particular, but overall an okay week for X-titles. There’s one book in particular that really shines this week. There are some Fastball Tweets from the X-Famlay. Plus Ryan tries out his voice acting skills. Thanks for listening!

A S T O N I S H I N G  X – M E N  #3
X – M E N  G O L D  #11
I C E M A N  #5
G E N E R A T I O N  X #6

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Ongface – “Pending”

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Comic News Insider Episode 759 – American Gods w/ Kristin Chenoweth!

Comic News Insider: Episode 759 is now available for free download! Click on the link or get it through iTunes! Sponsored by Dynamic Forces.

Reviews: Black Panther and The Crew #1, Godshaper #1, Rose #1, Weapon X Vol 3 #1, X-Men Blue #1, Class series premiere, Doctor Who S10 premiere

Jon Hoche and Emily Edwards join Jimmy is this super fun episode! They chat about the Doctor Who casting rumors and the new Star Wars: The Last Jedi trailer. Jimmy attended the amazing American Gods press junket hosted by Starz and got some great roundtable interviews! Here, you’ll hear the awesomely talented and funny Kristin Chenoweth. Later this week and next, you’ll be able to hear the rest. The show is absolutely astounding and you all should check it out when it debuts on April 30th! News includes: Warner Bros. is making an R-rated animated Watchmen film, Jude Law will be a young Dumbledore in the Fantastic Beasts series of films, Shea Fontana will take over writing Wonder Woman, Dan Parent is bringing his updated classic Archie style to a new comic series, Captain Phasma gets her own comic 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 87: Celebrating the Women of X-Men

It’s no secret that the American left was rendered speechless on the night of November 8, 2016. What we hoped would be the year of the woman, that moment when Hillary Clinton became the most powerful female in the history of the world, ended up shocking us to the core. What remained in place of our idealism and hope was an inconvenient fact — despite outnumbering men, women were still an oppressed “minority,” forced to deal with slings and arrows long ago deemed inappropriate for males of most races and ethnicities. It is with this glaring fact in mind that ComicsVerse has dedicated our 87th episode to our favorite X-Men women.

Why Celebrate the X-Men Women Now?

It doesn’t matter which side of the political aisle you fall on. Heck, it doesn’t even matter if you’re not political at all. It’s obvious the west has some work to do when it comes to fairness between the two binary genders. Instead of arguing the point, we at ComicsVerse have decided to celebrate the point by celebrating the X-Men women: Kitty Pryde, Rogue, Mystique, Jean Grey, Storm, and Emma Frost.

What makes each of these ladies tick? How do they celebrate their femininity? What are their hopes, dreams, and fears? All this and more is discussed in episode 87 of the ComicsVerse Podcast — Celebrating the X-Men Women! Oh, and if your favorite female X-Man isn’t mentioned above, stay tuned to the end of the episode and our honorable mentions!

Keep in mind; this podcast is about celebrating our favorite X-Men women. In most cases, we’ve spent between two to four hours discussing each of these characters in their own right:

We hope you enjoy this episode, and we can’t wait to hear who some of your favorite X-Men women are!

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Super Hero Speak – #170:Philly Pod Fest 2016

This week the guys give you their live performance from Philly Pod Fest 2016! Recorded in front of a live audience at Amalgam Comics in Philly. The guys are joined by the owner of Amalgam Comics Ariel Johnson who tell them all about the inspiration for the shop and what it’s like running a community oriented business. Plus they all play Marvel Trivia! Big Thanks to Philly Pod Fest for having us back this year! So sit back and Enjoy, and when you are done listening if you are in the Philly are go check out Amalgam Comics on Frankford Ave.170-ppf16

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ComicsVerse Episode 63: X-Men’s STORM as the Most Recognizable Black Superhero

Most people with little knowledge of comic books and comic book characters know a few things about X-Men‘s Storm, aka Ororo Munroe. After losing both her parents during the Suez Canal Crisis in Cairo, Egypt, an orphaned Ororo became a young pickpocket. From there, she wandered into Kenya where a group of uncontacted peoples worshipped her as a goddess. It was in Kenya that Professor Charles Xavier, creator of the original roster of X-Men, sought her out to join a second incarnation of X-Men with Wolverine, Thunderbird, Colossus, Nightcrawler and others from around the world. Ororo gave up her life as a goddess to accept Professor Xavier’s proposition to join a world, that not only doesn’t worship her, but despises her for being born with a genetic mutation — the power to control the weather.

LISTEN: Want more X-Men character study podcasts like Storm? Emma Frost’s origin and character is the subject of its very own podcast!

Ororo assumes the mantle “Storm” after joining the X-Men. Several years later, she deposes Scott Summers (Cyclops) as leader of the team not long after deposing Callisto as leader of a group of mutants living in Manhattan sewers called the “Morlocks.” Storm proves herself a capable, powerful, competent, and empathetic leader through years of adventure, heartbreak, and self-revelations for the X-Men. Along the way, she marries T’Challa (Black Panther), the leader of the fictional African Nation of Wakanda. After their annulment, Storm remains as powerful a character as ever. She is undeniably referred to as “the most recognizable Black superhero.” Is it her journey from pickpocket to goddess to soldier to teacher that resonates through so many cultural borders around the world? Is it her strength? Her inner beauty? We examine the inner workings of Storm, what makes her who she is, and how she relates to the world in this podcast.

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ComicsVerse Podcast Episode 51: The Origin of Black Panther

Created in 1966 by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, the Black Panther was the first black superhero.  In 2005, Reginald Hudlin and John Romita, Jr. launched an epic take on the Panther – one that would marry him into the mainstream Marvel Universe as surely as he married X-Men’s Storm.

LISTEN: Want to hear more about Black Panther? We discussed his time out of Wakanda and in Hell’s Kitchen in a podcast about street justice!

In this podcast, we ran through the first of Hudlin and Romita’s arcs, and focused in on the central question: Who is the Black Panther?  It was a fascinating discussion, with a particular focus on the way Wakandan culture is presented as different to Western (particularly Western American).  Whereas Western culture treats people as individuals, many African cultures believe that a person is understood corporately; as a result, Reggie Hudlin’s portrayal of the Black Panther risks being fascinatingly off-key for a Western audience, carefully assessing the Black Panther in the context of his ancestry, his family, and his legend.

At heart, this book is about the Black Panther, not about T’Challa, and so several of the team were left feeling as though they hadn’t gotten to know T’Challa at all.  There was also discussion about the role of Wakanda in the first Black Panther arc, with the nation itself portrayed as much as a character as the Black Panther.  In fact, #1 arguably spends more time setting up Wakanda than it does the Black Panther!

HEAR: Kay Honda does an awesome job hosting this podcast with Jamie Rice and Marvel Editor, Kathleen Wisneski. Want to listen to more of these ladies? Check out our podcast on Grant Morrison’s Eisner Award nominated NEW X-MEN run.

The Black Panther, though, is a legend – a legacy title, one that, unlike most legacy titles, was designed to be one.  In a world of Thunder Gods and alien armadas, the Black Panther’s is a spiritual legacy, one that is treated with an ironic amount of disdain by the rest of the world.  The portrayal of American society and military ambitions in this book is absolutely fascinating.

In November 2017, we will see the Black Panther on the big screen; we’ve already seen a glimpse of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s portrayal of Wakanda, back in Avengers: Age of Ultron.  This first arc is surely required reading for understanding the character and context of the Black Panther.

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EMX Episode 31: Colossus’ Traveling Pants

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In this eXplicit, uncut and unedited episode of EMX we review X-Men books books of May 2015. Featuring guest host Bobby Moriarty

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Uncanny X-Men #34
Wolverines #17-19
Magneto #18
Storm #11
Secret Wars:
Inferno #1
Old Man Logan #1
X-Men ’92 #1


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EMX Episode 30: X-Men ’92.Then

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In this eXplicit, uncut, unedited and off the cuff episode of EMX we break ranks and do something completely ALL-NEW AND ALL DIFFERENT.  Featuring an interview with Secret Wars X-Men ’92 writers Chris Sims and Chad Bowers!  Then a two man tag team of the X-Men books of April 2015!

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1:20:20 April 2015 Books
All-New X-Men #40
Uncanny X-Men #33
Wolverines #13-16
Spider-Man and the X-Men #5-6
X-Men #26
Storm #10
Magneto #17

Black Vortex:
Cyclops #12
Captain Marvel #14
Legendary Star Lord #11
Guardians of the Galaxy & X-Men Black Vortex Omega

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He’s Got Issues #174: New Comics, 5/13/15

First Five:
1) Walking Dead #141
2) Saga #28
3) Secret Wars #2 (Of 8)
4) Thor #8
5) Darth Vader #5

Top Ten:
6) Spider-Man 2099 #12
7) Legendary Star-Lord #12
8) Convergence #6 (Of 8)
9) Howard The Duck #3
10) Chrononauts #3

Best of the Rest:

  • Astro City #23
  • Convergence Aquaman #2 (Of 2)
  • Convergence Batman Shadow Of The Bat #2 (Of 2)
  • Convergence Catwoman #2 (Of 2)
  • Convergence Green Arrow #2 (Of 2)
  • Convergence Green Lantern Parallax #2 (Of 2)
  • Convergence Justice League International #2 (Of 2)
  • Convergence Suicide Squad #2 (Of 2)
  • Convergence Superboy #2 (Of 2)
  • Convergence Supergirl Matrix #2 (Of 2)
  • Convergence Superman The Man Of Steel #2 (Of 2)
  • FBP Federal Bureau Of Physics #20


  • Angela Asgard’s Assassin #6
  • Captain America And The Mighty Avengers #8
  • Guardians 3000 #8
  • Ms Marvel #15
  • Silk #4
  • Storm #11
  • Uncanny Avengers #4


  • Bill And Ted’s Most Triumphant Return #3 (Of 6)


  • Lady Killer #5 (Of 5)


  • Solar Man Of The Atom #12


  • Star Trek New Visions Volume 6 Resistance


  • Imperium #4
  • Unity #18
  • X-O Manowar #36


  • Fables Deluxe Edition Volume 10 HC
  • Thor Volume 1 The Goddess Of Thunder Premiere HC

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He’s Got Issues #174.1: Marvel Comics, 5/13/15


  • Angela Asgard’s Assassin #6
  • Bucky Barnes The Winter Soldier #8
  • Captain America And The Mighty Avengers #8
  • Captain Marvel #15
  • Dark Tower The Drawing Of The Three House Of Cards #3 (Of 5)
  • Darth Vader #5
  • Guardians 3000 #8
  • Howard The Duck #3
  • Legendary Star-Lord #12
  • Magneto #18
  • Marvel Universe Avengers Assemble Season Two #7
  • Marvel Universe Guardians Of The Galaxy #4 (Of 4)
  • Ms Marvel #15
  • Secret Wars #2 (Of 8)
  • Silk #4
  • Spider-Man 2099 #12
  • Storm #11
  • Thor #8
  • Uncanny Avengers #4
  • Wolverines #18


  • Avengers Time Runs Out Volume 3 Premiere HC
  • Bucky Barnes The Winter Soldier Volume 1 The Man On The Wall TP
  • Marvel Masterworks The Incredible Hulk Volume 9 HC
  • Night Nurse #1
  • Savage Hulk Volume 2 Down To The Crossroads TP
  • Star Wars Legends Epic Collection Volume 2 The New Republic TP
  • Thor Volume 1 The Goddess Of Thunder Premiere HC

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