EMP Episode 85: Axis Part 1

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Individually they were just like those guys who like to hang around the comic book shop and talk comics but together they form the Earth’s Mightiest Podcast!

In this episode we review the Avengers and Axis books of books of October 2014.

0:00:00 Sponsor DCBService.com
0:11:06 Midtro
0:13:25 Avengers #36-37
0:27:59 New Avengers #25
0:34:33 Avengers World #14
0:40:56 Secret Avengers #9
0:44:59 Uncanny Avengers #25
0:49:34 Axis #1
0:58:35 Axis #2
1:01:35 Axis #3

Quick Hits
1:10:44 Loki Agent of Asgard #7
1:12:28 Magneto #11
1:13:35 Axis Revolutions #1
1:14:57 Axis: Carnage #1
1:15:26 Axis: Hobgoblin #1
1:16:17 X-Factor #15
1:17:18 Thor #1
1:21:02 Bucky Barnes: Winter Soldier #1

Music: EMP theme song
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Ending Music: A Single Bound (All Star)
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Deconstructing Comics #425: Aquaman: Why he’s not lame

Aquaman

While Aquaman has been around since 1941 and been through several badass incarnations, it seems everyone but dedicated Aquaman readers still thinks of him as the lightweight, Super Friends Aquaman. Tim, who’s been getting into the current Aquaman series, is joined this week by longtime Aquaman reader Emmet O’Cuana to sift through the character’s long history, various conflicting origin stories, costume changes, supporting cast, and more.


Weekly Comics Spotlight #379: 2014-11-12

John Mayo and Drew discuss KLARION #2 by DC, SUPERIOR IRON MAN #1 by Marvel and DEEP STATE #1 by BOOM! STUDIOS.

Time Codes:
00:00 Intro
00:43 DC: KLARION #2
10:32 Marvel: SUPERIOR IRON MAN #1
20:44 Other: DEEP STATE #1 [BOOM! STUDIOS]
25:10 General discussion
36:33 Next Week Promo
36:43 Wrap up
37:13 End of episode.

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Join the discussion on our forum at: http://forum.comicbookpage.com

This podcast episode originated on the Comic Book Page website: http://www.ComicBookPage.com


Crisis On Infinite Midlives Show Episode 43: Aquaman. In The Dome. With A Swiffer.

CrisisOnInfinideMidlivesPodcastLogo_300x300The world of comics is big, complex, and sometimes even literary… and we are not. So we open this show talking about the return of Underoos. Which might sound frivolous, but when you consider that those underwear packs were the only place we middle-aged geeks could get a decent superhero t-shirt in the late 70s, it means something to us.

In addition, we also talk about the radical change in Batgirl to appeal to younger readers, we talk about whether that re-imagining of the character was the right way to go, and what other efforts the Big Two publishers might use to attract readers who aren’t middle-aged white guys with massive disposable incomes. We cover reboots like Batgirl’s, new characters in old costumes like Ms. Marvel, and the good old days, when Avengers and Justice League were places where new and B-List characters could get a fair shake at building a fanbase that could maybe carry a solo title for them.

We also go over the recently announced week two books of DC’s Convergence event, speculate on which titles seem most likely to hold hints about the permanence of this event, and again despair why some creators are on books that don’t seem like the best possible fit (why is Keith Giffen not writing Justice League International, for the love of God?).

And finally, we talk about:

  • Multiversity: Pax Americana #1, written by Grant Morrison with art by Frank Quitely, and:
  • Spider-Verse #2, written by Dan Slott with art by Olivier Coipel!

And now the disclaimers:

  • This show is recorded live to tape (There is one edit in this week’s episode to cover when I nearly revealed my secret identity). While this might mean a looser show than other comics podcasts, it also means that anything can happen. Like mangling the name of a classic comic to make it sound like Green Arrow is a gentleman of leisure who favors baseball bats.
  • This show contains spoilers. While we try to yell out warnings ahead of time, be aware that they can come at any time.
  • We use adult, profane language, and therefore this show is not safe for work. Unless you, like Green Arrow, are a gentleman of leisure, consider wearing headphones.

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Secret Identity Podcast Issue #630–The Flash and X-O manowar

Secret Identity Podcast

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Reviews:
Amazing Spider-Man #9
Sabrina #1
Silver Surfer #7
Rocket Raccoon #5
X-O Manowar #0 (*You can get Brian’s X-O Manowar short story CENTURION at http://www.amazon.com/X-O-Manowar-Centurion-Kindle-Novella-ebook/dp/B00EKK9M0A)

Out of the Longbox:
Flash #123

Send comments to sipodcast@comcast.net OR leave us a voicemail at 860-698-0468. Check out www.secretidentitypodcast.com for all things Secret Identity.


View from the Gutters presents The Long Run #9 — Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind

The Long Run takes place outside of our normal continuity of episodes, and features table discussion of an entire work or long selection of a series. In this episode of The Long Run we talk about Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind, by Hayao Miyazaki. First published in 1982 and continuing intermittently through 1994, Nausicaä is about the princess of a small valley a thousand years after the collapse of industrial civilization.

The Valley of the Wind is a small vassal kingdom to the vast Torumekian Empire on the periphery of the vast Sea of Corruption, an endless forest of massive insects and enormous fungal growths which spew out a miasma which is toxic to humans. The story follows Nausciaä as she is involved in the ongoing war between Torumekia and the neighboring Dorok states—a conflict which escalates until it threatens all of the lands of the word—and as she discovers the origin of the Sea of Corruption, and the forgotten history of the world.

On the next episode of The Long Run we will be reading Preacher, by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon.

Our hosts on this episode are Andrew Chard, Joe Preti, Tobiah Panshin, Adam Panshin, and Jasmin Zamora.


Wayne’s Comics Podcast #154 With Siike Donnelly And Omar Spahi

Wayne Hall, Wayne’s Comics, Thaniel, Foster, Monomyth, Xenoglyphs, Separators, Siike Donnelly, Omar Spahi, Brian Buccellato, Noel Tuazon, PJ Catacutan, Terry Huddleston, Eric Ninaltowski, OSSM

This week, I introduce you to another rising star in the comics industry, the folks at OSSM (pronounced “awesome”) Comics. To learn more about them and their products, go to their website at this link!

I talk with OSSM creators Siike (pronounced “seek”) Donnelly and Omar Spahi, who also are guiding the company into being another “up and coming” comics producer, ready to break into the mainstream by developing excellent comics filled with top-notch stories and art. We discuss their current books, Thaniel, Foster, Monomyth and Xenoglyphs, that latter miniseries leading into their ongoing Separators comic. You’ll want to learn about these terrific comics, so don’t miss it!

Next episode, I’ll have another great interview with another terrific comics creator, so be sure to listen in!


Wayne’s Comics Podcast #153 With Jim Calafiore

Wayne Hall, Wayne’s Comics, Gail Simone, Kickstarter, Jim Calafiore, Leaving Megalopolis, Dark Horse, Green Lantern, Red Lanterns, DC Comics

Have you picked up Leaving Megalopolis yet? If not, you should! This week, I talk with Jim Calafiore, the artist on this recently collected story printed by Dark Horse.

We discuss how he and Gail Simone launched this project through Kickstarter and how the book and the story evolved. Jim also drops hints about what may this universe’s future as well as talking about what comics he’s working on these days. Don’t miss it!

Next week, I’ll have another great interview with another terrific comics creator, so be sure to listen in!


Wayne’s Comics Podcast #151 With Eric Dean Seaton From ‘Legend of the Mantamaji’

Wayne Hall, Wayne’s Comics, Eric Dean Seaton, Legend of the Mantamaji, Brandon Palas, , diversity in comics, Elijah Alexander, Noah, Detective Sydney Spender, Brother Hope, Sirach, New World Knights

This week, I talk with television director Eric Dean Seaton, the creator of an excellent series of graphic novels called Legend of the Mantamaji from “And … Action” Entertainment! To learn more, check out his website at this link!

We discuss how you can access these books, how the story came to be and what it’s like to create your very own comics mythology! We also chat about the characters, magic and diversity in comics, all things this series handles extremely well! I’m sure you’ll enjoy what Eric has to say, so don’t miss it!

 


WMD After Dark – Episode 004 – The Return of Redshirt Ryan

WMD_AD 004Listen to Episode 004 now!

It was only ONE episode, BUT when Redshirt is away, the Monsters WILL play. After last week’s no-holds-barred free-for-all with Fred and Drew from Against the Mat, Ryan’s back to lay his signature rapid-fire smack down on the panel. Joined by CHSR‘s very own Mark Kilfoil, this week’s installment of After Dark promises to be an orderly affair where everyone plays by the rules.

We do, however, make those rules up as we go…so there’s that. Welcome back Fredshirt…er…Redshirt.

WMD After Dark is sponsored by Marx Entertainment and Music Apparel.


WMD Radio: Episode 317 – New Comic Day Spotlight 5

WMD 317Listen to Episode 317 now!

This week on WMD Radio we’re going to take some time to talk about some comics that hit the stands last week.

“Fade Out” #3 by Image Comics
“Drifter” #1 by Image Comics
“Django – Zorro” #1 By Dynamite Entertainment
“All New Captain America” #1 by Marvel Comics

Not a bad crop of comic goodness, hope you can tune in.

Only two weeks left to enter our November contest! Go to www.wmdradio.com/contest for full details on how you can get your hands on a Walking Dead prize pack courtesy of Strange Adventures!


Arc Reactions – s16 – 2 Year Review

We are celebrating our 2 years of podcasting. We decided that the last episode of the year would be a review of some of the episodes we have released over that period. Enjoy this break from our normal format and maybe check out a few of the episodes we talk about in this episode.

2 yr review copy

Talking points
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Worst comics stories

Worst films

Best Interviews

Best recordings

Best comics stories

Best films

This is our last episode of 2014. Please join us again in 2015 when we will be changing our release schedule to be monthly on the first Sunday of the month. We are going to begin with Planet Hulk.

If you would like to download this episode, right click and Save As

ARP-s16-2yrReview.mp3

 

 

We would like to thank Packie Wambaugh for recording our intro and outro music for us.

Contact us with any feedback or suggestions you may have:

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We look forward to hearing form you and thanks for listening

 

 


Evil Squid Comics Episode 255

Listen Here:

Air Capital Comic Con recap

What’s in the Box?

Reviews
The Ticking
Heck
Rasputin #1
Drifter #1
Howtoons Reignition #1
It Did Happen
Street Angel


Comic Book Central – Episode #51: Lee Meriwether

What's the purrfect way to kick off year TWO of Comic Book Central? With actress Lee Meriwether, of course!  Lee joins me in the Lair to talk about the original Batman movie and her role as the felonious feline, Catwoman!

What’s the purrfect way to kick off year TWO of Comic Book Central? With actress Lee Meriwether, of course! Lee joins me in the Lair to talk about the original Batman movie and her role as the felonious feline, Catwoman!


Zone 4 #296: Exploding with Dynamite!

This week, the regular cast of Brant, John, Gordon and Ron return with some explosive new #1 issues from Dynamite Entertainment!

First up, they talk a little about Flash, Arrow and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Then, it’s on to the news as they discuss TV, film, and comic happening.s

Finally, in Topic Time, they review two new #1 issues from Dynamite with The Lone Ranger: Vindicated #1 and John Carter: Warlord of Mars #1!

And then they close out the show with announcements.

If you’d like to sponsor an episode of Zone 4, go here for details, or email us. If you’d like to donate to the show (one-time or monthly) see details here.

You can now find Zone 4 on Stitcher.com as well!

LINKS

Alien on Agents of SHIELD Finally Revealed

Marvel’s “Jessica Jones” Series Down to Four Actresses

Secret Identities Series Unmasked

Guardians Team-Up Series Announced (too much Guardians?)

How Guardians of the Galaxy Should Have Ended

Chris Pratt to Play Lead in Cowboy Ninja Viking

Dynamite Buys Atlas Comics Trademark

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Chicago Tardis

Sinbad, The New Voyages Vol. 4

Moonstone

Dave Arhar

Cavalcade of Comics

Assailant Comics

Singularity: Rise of the Posthumans