Episode #26 – Milde & Mannered (Scaretober Part 3)

24 10 2009

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WE’RE BACK! And to raise the bar from part II, we are reviewing the psychologically disturbing Locke and Key by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez. You won’t want to miss our spine-tingling critique of this mental cage of mystery and horror! Plus, we go back in time and discuss LAST WEEK’s incoming trades as well as THIS WEEK’s thanks to the powers of Chronokinesis!! (AKA the Internet).  We also have a big talk of what Iron Man has been going through in the Marvel Universe as well as where he is going! LISTEN IF YOU DARE!!!

Continuing Monsterpiece Comic Book Theatre, we give you a short yet frighteningly witty scene from Dan Slott’s Arkham Asylum : Living Hell!!!

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Episode #20 – Thy Podcast Come!

6 09 2009

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Can you believe it? The Podcast has reached its 20th episode and going strong! On this special episode, the boys are at odds when their opinions and debates over Mark Waid and Alex Ross’s Elseworld’s epic, Kingdom Come, clash! Also, the recent purchase of Marvel by Disney is looked at half-full AND half-empty. Not to mention the news flash from Alex about the fate of  the super male-bonding trade series, Marvel Bromance! Masterpiece Comic-Book Theatre delivers its newest installment from Dan Slott’s She-Hulk!

BUT WAIT! We also got to talk to both Dennis Calero, artist for such great books as X-Men Noir and Sliders, and Jordan D White, assistant editor at Marvel Comics on The Incredible Hercules (not to mention the brains behind Age of the Sentry!). You can catch some of the best parts of the interview in this episode, and be sure to check back later in the week for the full 90-minute extravaganza of fascinating conversation with two super classy industry insiders.

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Episode #15 – Runaway Podcasters!

3 08 2009

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This week, the mild-mannered podcasters deliver a powerful review of Brian K. Vaughn’s Runaways, the story of 6 kids who find out their parents are super-villains… and Run Away (But obviously it isn’t as simple as that)! Also this week, the latest installment of “Sam Bitches a lot” involving Jesus Christ: In the Name of the Gun, the scariest trades of the week (most flesh/blood/soul/vampires/werefolf comics combined in a single week!), Alex describes his new love for Gotham Central, and Mike gives a quick look at Neil Gaiman’s Batman: Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader!

But wait! Let’s not forget our newest piece of Masterpiece Comic Book Theatre with a reading from Eric Powell’s The Goon!

Tune in and enjoy!

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