Super Hero Speak – #260: Do we need this?

This week the guys discuss the latest Marvel, DC and pop culture news. Including Marvel’s EIC apologizes for Yoshida controversy, kinda, Wonder Woman tease confirms 80s time frame. The Crow remake gets canceled, is Jamie Foxx the right choice for Spawn? And Is Solo a flop? All this plus an interview with Disney artist James C. Mulligan. So please, sit back and enjoy!

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Comics Alternative, On Location: The March Visit to Heroes Aren’t Hard to Find

How Much Is Too Much?

For the March on-location recording at Heroes Aren’t Hard to Find in Charlotte, NC, the topic of discussion is comics adapted into movies and television series (especially superhero properties), and if we’re about to reach the point of oversaturation. Joining Derek in the conversation are shop customers Zyg, Jack, Jesse, Erica, and Christian. All of them are fans of superhero film and TV, and each brings a unique perspective to the discussion. And, as expected, everyone varies in their opinions on how much is too much when it comes to superhero adaptations. Among the various movies and series they discuss are Black Panther, the Iron Man seriesWatchmen, The CrowJustice League, Tim Burton’s Batman, Gotham, the various Netflix series, and Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. They also talk about non-superhero comics adaptations such as LuciferiZombie, Ghost World, and, of course, The Walking Dead. And toward the end of their conversation, everyone expresses her or his own wish list of other properties that could be adapted into television series or films.

The Grawlix Podcast #19: Cat Dancing

Grawlix Podcast Logo CPNOn this episode of The Grawlix Podcast we review James O’Barr’s original graphic novel ‘The Crow’ as well as the 1994 film. From there it is a full on free-for-all as we discuss Doctor Who (of course), webcomics (of course), the recent influx of trailers from Comic-Con (of course), and video games (wait… what?). All this and almost too much more! Enjoy!

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Show Notes and Links

00:00:00 – Intro, Greetings, and Doctor Who Audio Plays
00:14:04 – Webcomic Apps – Comic Rocket and Taptastic
00:17:34 – Picpak Dog by Kim Belding
00:19:55 – reMIND by Jason Brubaker
00:26:34 – Next Month’s Poll List Pick: Herald: Lovecraft & Tesla
00:32:38 – The Crow by James O’Barr
01:27:23 – Video Games! Fallout 3 & Borderlands Series
01:42:34 – Comic-Con Trailers! Batman v Superman, Suicide Squad, Deadpool, & More
02:07:48 – Classic Doctor Who! 7th Doctor & Ace, More Audio Plays
02:23:41 – Pimpage! YouTube Channel, Email us: letters(at), Randy’s New Album

02:34:01 – Outro

Additional Topics & Links Mentioned
Grawlix Nights #8: John Mueller Interview
OINK Graphic Novel Kickstarter

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Comic News Insider Episode 598 – Road to 600


Comic News Insider: Episode 598 is now available for free download! Click on the link or get it through iTunes! Sponsored by Dynamic Forces.

Reviews: Bill & Teds Most Triumphant Return #1, Howard The Duck Vol 4 #1, Ninjak Vol 3 #1, Southern Cross #1

Jimmy is joined in studio by Emily Edwards and CNI featured singer Rachel Felstein! They chat about the new Superman/Wonder Woman/Batman costumes and the upcoming 600th episode! News includes: Marvel announces new Star Wars artist, Cobra Commander gets key too the city of Springfield, IL, Rogue One will be first stand-alone Star Wars film, James O’Barr’s The Crow will get a film reboot starring Jack Huston,  and more! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love!

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Comic News Insider Episode 482 – Prepping For SDCC!

Comic News Insider: Episode 482 is now available for free download! Click on the link or get it through iTunes! Sponsored by Dynamic Forces.

Reviews: Catalyst Comix #1, Deadpool Kills Deadpool #1, Satellite Sam #1, What If…AVX #1, Marvel’s Avenger’s Assemble cartoon

Jimmy is joined in studio by Geek Syndicate’s own Sharlene Mousfar! They go over their plan of attack for the upcoming San Diego Comic Con next week. Lots of comics, TV and film to cover and between the 2 of them, they’ll get…well…some of it! Jimmy also briefly chats about the Warehouse 13 and Defiance season finales. News includes: Dark Horse joins forces with Kitchen Sink, UK artist makes art out of destroying expensive comics, James O’Barr joins up on The Crow reboot film, and Amazon launches Jet City Comics. As always, listener feedback, Top 3 and more! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love!

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Man of Steel, Xbox One and Kayne West’s and Stedman’s new hip hop collaboration

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We still haven’t caught Kony yet, but THAT doesn’t mean we can’t soothe you with our golden barbershop voices!

Onward with the bollocks!


G Money’s impression of Anthony Mason and other unknown people

UFP is COMING TO SUPANOVA (Perth) legitimately!

Fave album/fave movie combo!

UFP Crew questions!

–          Going back in time: Ghost Mode

–          Best comic book movie adaptations

Miguel proves that black guys can’t necessarily jump either

Everyone in Australia has seen a paedophile dance on TV (that wasn’t Rolf Harris)

It all turns into an ouroboros of vomit and shit

Kevin Durant and Ricky Gervais ACTAULLY doing something about the Oklahoma tornado

Kayne West’s new album “Yeezus” and it’s grandiose release

Kayne West and Stedman’s “spiritual union”

Yahoo buys Tumblr and we all laugh at the sad blogger pricks


NERD NEWS @ 1hr and 4 mins


New Man of Steel trailer

Arkham Origins trailer

Almost Human starring Karl Urban

New The Lone Ranger trailer

The Rock puts his testosterone fuelled hat in the ring to play Luke Cage

Dazzler joins S.H.I.E.L.D. (and should date Booster Gold but that will never happen!)

Xbox One announced to mixed reviews and a losers bouquet of crappy release titles!

C Bomb vents his spleen about “PC Gamers”

Ender’s Game, Porn star wish lists and dream comic-movie castings

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“It was a dark and stormy night….”

Perth might be in the shits weather –wise at the moment, which works well for us as our brains are always in the shits! (we apologize for the rain in the background!)

Here’s the show…


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Check out our picks for the Perth International Comedy Festival

C Bomb’s Reddit/Podcast rant

Hoping to get sponsorship from Johnson and Johnson

We answer YOUR questions and talk topics! All 16 of them!!!

Porn star wish lists


Dream castings for comic-based movies at 24mins

Kids today, Tang and worst/best towns

Westboro Baptist Church and their utter fuckery

Sex with super heroines

Man of Steel will be bigger than Star Trek (our prediction)

Live action Facepalms!

Self-fulfilling prophecy: Celebrity Splash off primetime slot (because it’s utter, UTTER shit!)

Australia shall continue to steal Game of Thrones

Kid Rock to join Bon Jovi for their Australian “Three Songs Only!” tour


NERD NEWS at 1 hr 18mins !

Enders Game Trailer

The World’s End Trailer

Tom Cruise signed on for Mission Impossible 5

Luke Evans cast as The Crow

IT Crowd special finale

Kingdom Hearts Remix for PS3

Diablo 3’s economy in meltdown

Ray Harryhausen R.I.P.

Comic review round-up:

–          Ten Grand

–          Suicide Risk

–          Superior Spider Man

–          X-Men Legacy

Super Podcasto Magnifico! Ep. #83: The Best Independent Comic Books. Ever.

Episode #83This week on Super Podcasto Magnifico!

With the return of Valiant Comics and the slew of upcoming comics from Image, we decided to each pick five of the best independent comic books ever. Surprisingly, there are a lot to choose from. Listen in!

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Backroom Comics Podcast Episode 130 – Comic Train Of Thought

The Backroom team discuss a wide range of topics including: Terminator vs. RoboCop, The Crow, Thundercats, Comic Con and Voltron.

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Backroom Comics Podcast Episode 126 – Pitching Ideas

The Backroom team start off with “first things first” before giving their own movie pitches in response to some of the bizarre projects coming out of Hollywood.

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This episode can be played online via the flash player below or it can be downloaded from here. It is available on iTunes, Zune, and Stitcher.


Backroom Comics Podcast Episode 91 – News For Nerds

The Backroom Comics crew discuss the latest media news from the world of comics, pick the webcomic of the month and share some books for nerds.

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This episode is available on iTunes and Zune. It is also available on Miro and Stitcher, or you can find our podcast RSS feeds on our subscribe page and use whatever system you want.

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Backroom Comics Podcast Episode 65 – Women in Comics

The Backroom Comics crew tackle the issue of the portrayal of women in mainstream comics, and then introduce a new writer for the Backroom Podcast website, Chris Hogue.  If you would like to share your thoughts, please stop by our website.

This episode is also available on iTunes and Zune.