WE’RE BACK! And better than ever! Welcome to Volume 2 of The Undecideables Oddcast! In this episode Dan, Jim and Jill get together and talk Arrow mid-season finale, Star Wars, some news, and most importantly — COMICS!
It’s episode 25! In this episode we talk about the XO Manowar tie-in books during Unity #1-4. We also talk about what we want to have happen with our corpses. Don’t worry though, it’s not all morbid, we also give away a GOLD BOOK! Are you the winner? Tune-in to find out!
(Cover art by Clayton Crain.)
They did it! They finally did it! The Zone 4 crew hits episode #300 as a very special guest drops by just in time for the holidays!
It’s a free-form episode as our special guest (here’s a hint, he’s known to have a craving for milk and cookies) asks us questions and shares his thoughts on Zone 4.
Then we have a new Facebook Shout-Out, some more random conversation before making announcements and saying goodbye to 2014!
You can now find Zone 4 on Stitcher.com as well!
In this installment, I talk about some of the prose work I enjoy reading, from Dragonlance to John Grisham.
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In this installment, I talk about subscription mystery box services like Loot Crate, and my thoughts on them overall.
Check the ones I mentioned out at these links:
Marvel tried to get Sony to let them use Spidey for Civil War
All-New Marvel coming in September?
CT ComiCONN head to Mohegan Sun for 2015
Justice League United #7
Herald: Lovecraft and Tesla #1
Agents of SHIELD
Nightbreed: Director’s Cut
Creator Spotlight: Chelsea Yengel
Brian sat down with the artist, crafter and owner of Chibi Tsubami Creations at ConnectiCon 2014 and the conversation delved into anime, video games and pen and paper RPGs. You can check out Chelsea’s Etsy shop at www.etsy.com/shop/chibitsubamecreates and her facebook page at www.facebook.com/Chibitsubamecreations. (Party Animals)
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John Mayo and Kay Kellam have a spoiler filled discussion about the Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox animated feature which adapts the Flashpoint comic book miniseries which rebooted the DC Universe into the New 52 universe.
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Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox @ Amazon.com: http://www.amazon.com/Justice-League-Flashpoint-Paradox-Blu-ray/dp/B00CENWUYK/
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The Mean Geek-Comics Podcasting on the Edge of Civility-Episode #190-“Mall Cops Should Not Talk Back To Batman”
We open presents and yap a bit, about the types of nerd tees available over the years. We yap about some local comics shops; one great, one, um, not. No Sir. Rev issues a challenge! We randomly yap for 26 minutes before getting into the DCs. We start with BATGIRL 35-which is not meant for us. Troll DJs are not for us. SENSATION COMICS 3, rockstars, groupies, golden fleece, and gil. WONDER WOMAN 35 the last of the Azzarellos, tying things up nicely. SUPERMAN 35-Ending the Machinist fight and getting to know you with Ulysses. DETECTIVE 35 gives us the great, almost retro adventure of an interrupted vacation for Bruce. BATMAN 35 is disjointed and strange. SINESTRO 6 with Thaal visiting the Indigoes. ASTRO CITY 16 featuring Simon the bully victim fighting back. AMERICAN VAMPIRE 5 mining claims, but it doesn’t matter cause the next 3 are cancelled. We end with BODIES 4 makes even less sense than 1 through 3
Real Books Don’t Have Batman 12/17/14
Batman vs. Darkseid: 1V1 – For Glory [Apokolips Omega Mode]
This week we review:
Axis # 7
Axis # 8
Wonder Woman # 37
Multiversity: Thunderworld # 1
Miles Morales: The Ultimate Spider-Man
Justice League # 37
Batman & Robin # 37
Wytches # 3
Batman # 37
Batman Eternal # 37
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Ultimate Facepalm Page 5: Suicide Squad casting, Blake Livelys’ sex change to become a woman, Krypton TV series and the end of Naruto
On the road again…. Something something I don’t know when…. And er…. etc.
Look if you’re looking for country and western you’ve come to the wrong place!
It’s now Diamond Dallas UFP Page
Bulk Nutrients pre work out is great!
The Men who stare at goats is a very good movie
The comic business is booming at ComicZone!
Ryan Reynolds needs the money to pay for Blake Livelys’ sex change operation
C Bomb is NOT in the mafia
UFP Crew questions and Talk Topics
- Other comic books characters we’d be keen to see share some screen time
- Pat Broderick taking aim – The War On Cosplay
- Batgirl moonlighting as Beyonce
- Benedict Cumberbach CONFIRMED as Dr Strange
- Suicide Squad movies casting confirmed
- Krysten Ritter cast as Jessica Jones
- Michael Colter cast Luke Cage
- ‘Krypton’ Series In Works At Syfy From David Goyer & Ian Goldberg
- Announcements from PSX 2014 The Playtstation Experience
- Naruto final review
- Cinemaware release It Came From the Desert™: The Action Game – Extended Cut only for Sega Genesis/ Megadrive
- Hellboy and the BPRD
- Angela #1
- Secret Six #1
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Out with the old and in with the new, as we enter Thor’s Bronze Age with Thor #180, courtesy of Stan Lee & Neal Adams! As Thor/Loki runs amok in New York, Sif and the Warriors Three enter into HADES!! to rescue the Loki-fied thunder god, while Odin has his brooding time! Excelsior!
This week the guys review the year that was 2014. They share their favorite movies, tv shows, geek moments and SHS moments of 2014. They also discus what thy are looking forward to in 2015. Dave, Ben, John and Pete wish you and yours Happy Holidays and a healthy and happy 2015. So sit back and enjoy and we will see you in 2015!
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This week on View from the Gutters our topic work is Strong Female Protagonist, by Brennen Lee Mulligan and Molly Ostertag. SFP follows the life of retired teen-superhero and now college student Allison Green. As Mega Girl, Allison was one of the first and most powerful superheroes in the world. After years of battling villains, she determined that she wasn’t really making a difference, and so retired in order to figure out how someone with superpowers could truly make the world a better place.
SFP is both a deep character study and an exploration of both the strengths and limitations of superheroes and superpowers, absent the genre protection typically found in supers comics. You can read it for free at strongfemaleprotagonist.com.
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In our recommendation section, our hosts nominated Cerebus, Fray, Moon Knight, and Shutter for discussion on the next episode, and our selected title is Shutter, Vol. 1.
Our hosts for this episode are Andrew Chard, Tobiah Panshin, Joe Preti, and Cade Reynolds.