DC comics published Knightfall in 1993 in Batman and Detective Comics. This story is one of the most famous Batman stories and we were excited to read and discuss this. In this episode, we talk about the key players (Batman, Bane, Robin, and Azrael) as well as the choices the writers made in telling the story.
Malevolent Maniaxe (17:15)
Filler issues (20:20)
Bat-vehicle designs (22:15)
exotic car art (24:50)
Clayface story (27:01)
Batman attracts insane criminals (30:10)
Abbatoir’s Death (36:19)
Corrosive Man (44:10)
Dr. Kinsolving (51:15)
Tim Drake (56:33)
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What a show! We learn a deep dark Secret about a long time listener, Monkeyboy. Saw 3D is as much fun as watching humans getting tortured can be, and Nimoy proves yet again that Yes he is a god, especially when he is paired off with the fabulously wonderful Jeff Goldblum. Walking Dead is spoken of more and we will enlighten you on what makes a zombie a zombie. Episode two will be next week, due to a co host not having the ability to record shows. Comics are discussed a lot; Special Agent Zero, Superboy 1, Sickness in the Familly, The Beginning of the Jason Aaron Ghost Rider Run, Vertigo Resurrected 1 (Shoot Specifically), and Spiderman 647. And last but not least we learn that Joe Q and Douchetastic Tom Brevoort believe that all their fans are morons. A press release and Junket is done for the the addition of Red Hulk into the avengers, yet none is done for a price drop, since Marvel doesn’t do press releases for everything, BS!!! (and in true f bombcast fashion this episode contains 100% no richard marx)
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Live from Free Comic Book Day in Beautiful Shrewsbury, New Jersey, The F BombCast is Flying at you with balls out. Do you like comics? I SAID DO YOU LIKE COMIC BOOKS?!?!?!? This is the episode for you, From discussion the way to run a comics show, To the past 5 years in COmics Book Films, To who is the coolest DC character right now, this is the episode for you. We lear that Kevin quite possibly has a clone when you are introduced to the funny stylings of Jarrett Kruse, and we meet one of the coolest Comic Shop owners ever in Brian Stretton (who may be Bizzarro TJ). The audio came in great and the audience participation was also great.
In this episode, hosts Michael Bailey and Scott H. Gardner take an in-depth look at the 1976 return of the Justice Society of America in the pages of their original title — All-Star Comics!! Specifically, they review issue #58, also deliver a bit of JSA news, character spotlight Power Girl, and wrap the whole thing up with a hilarious discussion of the classic comic book ads found in this issue — such as Hostess Fruit Pies, The Six Million Dollar Man Action Figure, and the Evel Knievel Stunt Cycle!!
Comic Book Nostalgia Galore!!
We hope you enjoy our show and will join us each and every Friday for more Tales of the Justice Society of America!!
99! 99! Almost to 100! We’re back before our big she-bang (Ricky Martin not William Hung) with another Review Corner! Catch us before Turkey day for a short episode on recent animated movies, then 100! We go over:
Adventure Comics 3
Spider-Man: Clone Saga
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As promised, we’re going to see Land of the Los…What? Oh, we’re not. OK, then what are we going to do? Batman, got it. Battle for the Cowl has ended and someone new is wearing the cape and cowl. We talk Batman and our reaction to all the changes in the Bat-Universe.