Joe and Cory start this week’s episode by going over the current comics controversies like the infamous Batgirl cover, Spider-Woman’s costume change, and other things the internet has been all upset about. They also discuss:
Marvel and DC positioning their books for new readers
Why publishers and artists need to learn when to listen to the internet and when to not care
Why characters change when they start a new series
Joe fills us in on what’s going on with his TSA job
The latest horrific fast food concoctions
DC is giving big discounts on their new series when Convergence is over, so Cory and Joe discuss how things like that affected his orders
Cory read a complete run on The Walking Dead, and they discuss complete runs they have enjoyed
The latest Comic Minute Joe does for some OTHER podcast (Amish Baby Machine)
Freaking and geeking
A tribute to Gene, Gene, the Dancing Machine
And a special, POST CREDIT look at this year’s WrestleMania!
A extra long show, all of this, the usual shenanigans and as always, Much Much more!
Joe starts telling the story of Mr T and the T Force. That’s right, it was a comic. By Neal Adams. No, really, some company thought they could make money off of a Mr T comic. So, this here comic book podcast starts with Joe telling stories about a comic book! Cory and Joe also talk about:
The locally filmed movie Insectula
Cory relates the idea of Hipster Owl and Cave Cat. Don’t ask, it really doesn’t make a lot of sense.
Going comic geeking with Butch
Hitting a few of the comic shops in the Twin Cities
How not to get people to buy the new comics on your shelves
How the different shops operate
A TRIP to the buffet
The horrors of the shake machine
Freaking and geeking!
All of this, the usual shenanigans and the proverbial much, much more!
Artist Patrick McEvoy from World War Kaiju, Casefile: Arkham and the Ninja Mountain podcast sits in to talk about Jack Kirby’s art, and in particular, issue #6 of The New Gods, The Glory Boat. Cory and Patrick discuss the story, the time in which is was released, and go in-depth as to the artistic and storytelling techniques used in this comic. It’s like a DVD commentary for the issue, so go get your copy, sit and down and follow along as they discuss on of Jack Kirby’s best stories.
Joe starts the show in hard core sales mode…with the DHS shutdown looming, Joe needs to find a way to buy his funny books. Cory discusses future job possibilities for Joe and himself. What does this have to do with comics? Who knows? They do discuss:
Why Joe’s solo show has been so slow in coming
What characters do they have the most comics in their collections
Cory pisses off Gambit fans
A new hanging at the home story.
Freaking and geeking
All of this, the proverbial much, much more in this extra long episode! And it’s free!!
We start with Joe being depressed over things from all of the 90’s stuff that has gone away. Cory is happy that we live in a wonderfully modern world! But, the discussion this week is Reboots! Rebooted comics! Rebooted TV series! Rebooted movies! Rebooted Doc Martens!
In this episode, Cory!! Interviews comic book colorist Stephanie Cofell. Stephanie discusses her love of comics at an early age, breaking into the business, what comic book coloring entails as well as her work toward making her community a better place. You can visit the Open Mike night she discusses at http://www.thelocalblend.net/
It’s a special episode about Star Wars #1, so of course, Joe and Cory talk about gluten. They also answer a letter from a listened who is asking about comics in libraries. Lots of stuff on what a library should do to bring in people using super-heroes and comic books as a draw,
Get it? Comics? Draw?
They also discuss:
Star Wars #1 is out! How was it?
How should shops deal with the endless variants?
How are the different variants selling on eBay?
What are retailers saying?
Was the Extended Universe new reader friendly?
How long did Joe and Cory read the original Marvel Star Wars
Star Wars at Marvel the first time
A new feature: Oh My God, The 90’s
Freaking and Geeking
All of this, the usual shenanigans and much, much more!
Cory and Joe welcome a new sponsor, http://karepax.com/!
They also discuss what they are ordering in the new Previews…but you know Joe will pull the show off topic endlessly. And, they talk about the worst panel in professional comics EVER: http://www.the-isb.com/?p=980
It’s fun, it’s weird and they talk comics…so it’s pretty much like all 175 other episodes.