This week on the only comics podcast that ‘Dares’ to broadcast on live radio, we welcome fan favourite comic artist Paolo Rivera. Currently a Marvel-exclusive artist, Paolo has been working professionally since 2002. You have seen Paolo’s work on such books as Mythos, The Amazing Spider-Man and currently Daredevil as well as many painted covers. [...]
No interview in this week’s show. So instead Wayne and I decided to give our thoughts on Jim Butchers Dresden Files: Ghost Story, which came out in late summer of last year and is likely to be in Paperback pretty soon if it isn’t already. For the TV Segment we discuss our thoughts on the [...]
Listen to Super Haters Destruct-O-Cast #10 right now: Nick Marino delivers a detailed report on what he did during the month and a half that the Super Haters webcomic was on hiatus. From San Antonio to Austin to Phoenix to Pittsburgh to Buffalo to Rochester and back to Pittsburgh again, Nick stayed busy during his [...]
In this return-of-Jason-Dyer-episode Scott takes control of the news segment telling us about Brian Michael Bendis signing a book deal with Random House, Avengers vx X-Men events and how the ‘Avengers’ movie is predicted to be any comic book fan’s flick. In Stephen’s Log he’ll review Star Trek: Ongoing #6, Scott will debut a segment [...]
If your comics podcast is putting you to sleep…time to try some Chronic Insomnia. In this incredible episode – now with 10% more resurrecting Jesus: Why the original Easter Story would have caught more flak on the boards than Chuck Austen! Jonathan Hickman hands down the Commandments of Modern Comics! Inkstuds! Both barrels! Would you [...]
Superman Fan Podcast Episode #221 Superman Family Comic Books Cover Dated July/August 1957: Showcase #9 & World’s Finest Comics #89!
SHOWCASE 9, July/August 1957, was published around May 23, 1957. It contained 32 pages for the cover price of a dime. The editor was Mort Weisinger, and the cover was drawn by Al Plastino. All three stories in this issue were 8 pages long. – THE GIRL IN SUPERMAN’S PAST, written by Jerry Coleman and [...]