Excelsior, true believers! Remember, the only limits in life are the ones we set for ourselves. So go forth and chase your dreams with all the power and passion of a superhero!
Source: Comic Crusaders Podcast
Comic Crusaders Podcast brings together horror aficionado Jeff Bracey and the creative team behind the horror anthology "Sinphony" to chat about the new audiobased social medium platform "Clubhouse". "Sinphony" features a group of international filmmakers exploring characters dealing with tragedy caused by a supernatural entity. Directors contributing a segment to the film include new horror directors Haley Bishop, Jason Ragosta, Sebastien Bazile, and Michael Galvan, Mark Pritchard, Kimberely Elizabeth, Jason Wilkinson, Nichole Carlson, and Wes Driver. The shocking story includes an Innkeeper's growing concern over a secretive new guest, a contractor who inhales mold spores that lead to a murder, and a couple confronting the fact that one of them is a ghost. With a large cast including Haley Bishop, Stella Stocker, Kristine Gerolaga, and Alysse Fozmark, this anthology is sure to be a hit with comic book fans.
Source: Comic Book Herald
Discover the legendary Judge Dredd story, "Inferno," written by Grant Morrison and drawn by Carlos Ezquerra, the cocreator of Judge Dredd himself, on Comic Book Herald. This prototypical Dredd epic was Morrison's first Judge Dredd story and it was also the biggest. Ezquerra was the perfect artist to bring this story to life, with his unique and textured figures and dynamic compositions. With letterer Tom Frame onboard, the team assembled to create a new vision of Dredd. Morrison's well-reasoned approach to the story set the stage for the tradition of the "Judge Dredd Epic," a sprawling event story with great scope and consequence. Ezquerra's loud style was perfect for the bombastic mayhem and violence, and his unique voice could not be recreated. Judge Dredd fans, don't miss this classic story!
Source: Comic Cons
Comic Cons is a podcasting site dedicated to comic book culture, hosted by Mike Watt, Nick Love, and Chinese Firedrill Ball Hog Tug Boat. Listeners can expect to hear discussions about the latest comic book news, reviews of the newest comic book releases, and interviews with comic book creators. The podcast also features exclusive previews of upcoming comic book albums and gems. Tune in to Comic Cons to get a taste of the comic book world and enjoy!
Source: Quarantined Comics
Quarantined Comics reviews the long-running comic book series Doom Patrol, which debuted in 1963 and has become a cult classic. Led by a man in a wheelchair, the team of superpowered misfits has found its way into the pop cultural canon, and is now rising in mainstream popularity due to the HBO TV series. This week, Quarantined Comics reviews Grant Morrison's 45-issue run on the series, which began in 1989 and established him as one of the hottest writers of the 80s. Morrison brought his odd sensibility to the page, from British sci-fi series 2000AD to DC superhero stories, including a long run writing Animal Man and the oneshot Batman: Arkham Asylum. Quarantined Comics' Raman and Ryan take on the challenge of reviewing Morrison's run on Doom Patrol, and maybe a little too much of it.
Source: The Issue Crew
The Issue Crew is a comic book podcasting site that brings together a diverse group of comic book fans to discuss the latest issues. In their latest episode, the crew dives into the world of video game controllers and how it can turn political. Moe fails to hide his power level and you can leave a voicemail or written message for the crew to listen to or read on the show. Check out their YouTube channel and join their Discord to stay up to date with the latest episodes. Today's crew includes Riely, Demigloom, Moe, and Editor. Tune in to Issue Crew Episode 23 for an exciting discussion!
Source: Comic Book Herald
Comic Book Herald introduces us to Grant Morrison, a comic book creator who has been active in the industry for four decades. From redefining major flagship characters like X-Men and Batman for the Big Two, to helping pioneer Vertigo's weirdness with The Invisibles and The Filth, to being part of the wave of new creator-owned books at Image in the early 2010s with Nameless and Klaus, Morrison has done it all. They've even done music, with Gerard Way of My Chemical Romance in the music video for "Na Na Na" and as a comic book critic and columnist in the past. Morrison's work in Hollywood as a screenwriter has spanned a decade and continues to this day. However, there is an odd little gap in Morrison's work that nobody has noticed or seen, brushed past: Grant Morrison's Judge Dredd. People seem to go "Oh, that's a movie" and tend to forget that Morrison has often worked on the character, particularly in 2000AD. Morrison's 2000AD superhero work and his Ech work with Zenith co-creator Steve Yeowell is often forgotten, but it's a distant past that still exists in the vague shape we can recall and forget.
SWCIC: Hidden Empire Emerges: Qi’ra Speaks With Palpatine, Aphra Fights The Spark Eternal & The Bounty Hunters Attack The Empire (HE1, DA27 & BH29) – Ep 121Date: 25 Feb 2023
Source: Comics In Motion
Comics In Motion is a podcast dedicated to comic books and comic book culture. In Episode 121, Mike Delf dives into the first issue of the final chapter of the Q'irsquora Trilogy, including the crossover comic Q'irsquora Activates. Palpatine speaks directly to Agent Cause, causing chaos in the Empire, while Doctor Aphra fights to spark an eternal control of the body of Sana Starros. Meanwhile, Beilert Valance makes a deal with a Tagge bounty hunter crew to fight the Empire, unknowingly going against his former crewmate. The first issue of Hidden Empire was released on November 16th, 2022, written by Charles Soule and Steven Cummings, with Victor Olazaba as the penciller and Guru-EFX as the colour artist. The trade paperback of the 5-issue Hidden Empire is due for release on July 4th, 2023. Doctor Aphra #27 was released on December 28th, 2022, written by Alyssa Wong and illustrated by Minkyu Jung, with Rachelle Rosenberg as the colour artist. Bounty Hunter #29 was released on December 14th, 2022, written by Ethan Sacks and illustrated by Paolo Villanelli, with Arif Prianto as the colour artist. This episode of Comics In Motion is set in the Crimson Reign and Hidden Empire #114, Bounty Hunter #115, Star Wars #117, Doctor Aphra #119, and Darth Vader: Crimson Reign #5. Tune in to Episode 110 of SWCIC for more information on Knight Ren, Mike Maff, and Daversquo;s new show Rebel Reviewed. Listen to the podcast on any app or watch on YouTube (https://podfoe.com/166659 and https://youtube.com/ovxittyle68). Last week, Mike delved into a oneshot by Marc Guggenheim that stretches across his ongoing run of Star Wars comics, giving us an idea of the new threat looming in the Hidden Empire crossover event. Vader sees many potential futures, and thanks to the Eye of Webbish Bog, the future may mean Vader can change. Subscribe to the Pop Culture Collective newsletter for a weekly update on Mike's podcast.
Source: On the Air with Powers Squared
On the Air with Powers Squared, a comic book podcasting site, is the perfect place for comic book fans to get their fix. Rachel Well, Julia Canon, Trevor Hankins, and Paul David join forces to discuss the first book of the Vinland Saga, written and illustrated by Makoto Yukimura, as well as the latest edition of the Comic Book Club. Music by Andre Jetson with the original mix of "Bipolar" is also featured.
Source: Comadres y Comics Podcast
Comadres y Comics Podcast is a podcast for comic book fans that covers a variety of topics, from movie trailers to beer reviews. Each week, they discuss the "Chisme de la Semana" and "Chisme Flash," and review books like "Isla Island" by Alexis Castellanos. They also feature a "Hairology Celebration" comic anthology with a foreword by Gail Simone, and a "Junto Fuertes" Black Nerd Expo to explore and celebrate black comic book art, video game, and pop culture content creation. Additionally, the first 100 attendees to register for the expo receive a raffle ticket. Finally, they also feature Black Star Collectible, a Pro-Black pop culture collectible store. Tune in to Comadres y Comics Podcast to stay up to date on all the latest comic book news and reviews!
Source: Coffee 'n' Capes
Coffee 'n' Capes is a comic book podcasting site that reviews the latest Marvel movie, Antman and the Wasp: Quantumania. If you're a comic book fan, you'll want to check out their official review and enter their giveaway. Leave a review wherever you're listening to the podcast and give them a 5-star rating. Head over to their Instagram page to find the post about the podcast and let them know you left a review. Finally, tag a friend and share the caring. They'll announce the winner of the prize on their next podcast, so make sure you listen to find out who won. Thanks to everyone for listening! https://coffeencapes.com
Source: First Issue Club Comic Books
Introducing First Issue Club Comic Books, a podcasting site dedicated to comic book culture! Hosts Mike and Greg take the opportunity to showcase their new show premiering on Patreon later this month. The still untitled show will follow Greg and Vargas as they go back and review James Bond comic books released by Dynamite Publishing. Vargas, a self-proclaimed Bondoholic, is chomping at the bit to introduce anyone to the series. In the inaugural episode, they'll cover Andy Diggle's Hammerhead released back in 2016. They'll also provide an in-depth and insightful review of the series, as well as commentary on Bond movies throughout the decade. As a fun bonus, don't forget to subscribe to their Patreon link and join the fun as a never-fret Club Member. They'll also cover breaking comic book news and comic book content every week, so you can stay current and uninterrupted.
Source: Lost'n Comics
Lost'n Comics is a podcasting site dedicated to comic book content. Every week, they review the new comics and pick the top 3, crowning one as their pick of the week. They also provide discounts and other content to help comic book fans get lost in the world of comics. Check out their Linktree for the latest episode and to support the podcast.
Source: Comic Crusaders Podcast
Discover the new universe connection of legendary Stan Lee and more with the Comic Crusaders Podcast! Join Al Mega and co-writers OGN as they chat with Luke Lieberman (Red Sonja) and Ryan Silbert (Tune) to learn about the Alliance of the Orphan. This fast-paced intergalactic treasure hunt follows a young orphan with an uncanny ability to create gravity waves that ripple across reality, warping time and space. Along with a man lost in space, they quest to find the source of this power. They meet the Orphan, the last of a kind wiped out by an alien hive, and a giant childlike leader with a dark secret. This ragtag group must become a family to save the fabric of reality. Thank you for watching and listening, and we appreciate your support! Episode 266 of the Unlimited Series is now available. Follow Al Mega on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook @TheRealAlMega. Make sure to like, share, subscribe, and visit our official Comic Crusaders comic book shop (ComicCrusadersShop) and swag shop (ComicCrusadersUS). Visit our main site (ComicCrusaders.com) and sister site (UndercoverCapes.com) for more. Pick up official Undercover Cape Podcast Network merchandise exclusively at RedBubble.com (bit.ly/ucpnmerch). StreamYard is our platform of choice.
Source: Planes, Trains and Comic Books
Planes, Trains and Comic Books presents a new podcast dedicated to the beloved comic book character John Constantine, Hellblazer. Find the podcast on major podcast apps like Spotify, Anchor, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and Amazon Music, or use a different app by searching the title. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to add the podcast to your app. Thanks for listening!
Source: Comic Book Squares
Comic Book Squares, an indie comic review and interview show, is proud to announce their sponsorship of the Dream Foundry Comic Book Script Contest. Dream Foundry is a nonprofit whose mission is to "bolster and sustain nascent careers in the professional working field of speculative literature". The contest is open to all comic book writers, with a submission window of September 1-30, 2023. Scripts must be 22-24 comic book pages in length, and cannot have been previously published. Additionally, Ben and Shane will be teaching a workshop at the Flight Foundry Online Convention for speculative creators, writers, illustrators, and artists. Donations, prizes, and sponsors are welcome. For more information, visit https://dreamfoundry.org/donate-to-dreamfoundry/.
Source: Comic Book Herald
Comic Book Herald reviews "Storm & Brotherhood #1," the exciting start to a three-issue miniseries that forms the core of the "Sinister" event. The overall story isn't a radical departure from the prologue in "Sinister #1," but the double-size format still makes it beautifully told with a surprise twist at the end. Judging from this issue, expect #1 to also establish the year 10 status quo of a Sinister-dominated future, giving us a twisty cliffhanger leading to a ninety-year jump—and skipping the 900-year final issue—going for heady stuff. "Storm's Seven" echo "Ocean's Eleven," with credit to Al Ewing (writes), Paco Medina (draw), Jay David Ramos (color), Ariana Maher (letter design), Tom Muller & Jay Bowen (cover), and Leinil Francis Yu & Sunny Gho (impressively amazingly talented). Paco Medina, the regular artist for Al Ewing's "New Avengers" since 2014, has drawn #1's—so the visuals of year 10 are consistent and unique. Already, the event's structure is highly original, mirroring the timeline format of Hickman's "Power of X" with a funhouse-mirror twist. Radically different yet instantly recognizable, the future timeline is one element of instant recognition for the "Age of Apocalypse" fan. Sugar Man has already seen "Sinister #1," and Storm & Brotherhood start with a scene of destruction of Arakko by Sinister's forces, drawn in Paco Medina's chic and dynamic style rather than Caselli's recall of the atrocity. Five years in a Sinister-dominated future... another five years in the 10-year present of Earth-616, Storm & Brotherhood break the Sinister's hold.
Source: Robservations with Rob Liefeld
Robservations with Rob Liefeld is a podcast that celebrates the '90s era of female comic book characters, from the chart-topping brawn of Lady Death and Shi to the fan-favored new age liberators Witchblade, Lady Death, and Glory. Plus, a major podcast announcement! This podcast is perfect for comic book fans looking to learn more about the powerful women who ruled the '90s comic book scene.
Source: Comic Book Rundown
Comic Book Rundown is a podcast dedicated to all things comic books! Hosted by Joe Janero, Ron Hanes, and Charlie Shaw, each episode features a new episode rundown and review of the Pixar animated classic The Incredibles (2004). Join them as they live hype the movie, even if one of them has never seen it! Follow them on Twitter @ComicRundown, Instagram @ComicBookRundown, or email them at ComicBookRundown@gmail.com. Theme song provided by member Sex Turtle Cam Malidor. Find their t-shirts on Redbubble and Teepublic!
Source: Best Comics Ever
Best Comics Ever is a weekly livestream podcast that covers the latest news in comic books and comic book culture. Hosted by Comic Book Herald, this week's episode features an announcement of Jonathan Hickman and Bryan Hitch's upcoming Ultimate Invasion, a review of the week's X-Men comics, and an answer to the big question: What's going on with Marvel's merry mutants? Listeners can also watch as we discuss Kieron Gillen's first issue of The Immortal X-Men, Sinister and the rest of what's interesting in the day's comic books. This week's comics include The Immortal X-Men #1, Captain Britain #1, Sabretooth & Exile #4, Deadpool #4, and Post-Sinister Immortal X-Men #1, plus Sabretooth and Captain Britain. Tune in to Comic Book Herald Live for the first look at the week's comic books!
Source: Comics In Motion
Comics In Motion is a podcast series that dives into the world of comic books and gaming. Join Maff as he continues his miniseries looking at Dungeons & Dragons. In this third part, he chats and discusses character classes and can't decide if you're a rogue, wizard, or bard. Tune in to get help deciding next week and to find out about character abilities, backgrounds, and more. Find Maff online at Twitter.com/maffuk78 and find the show at Superdummy.co.uk/geekguide. You can also send in your suggestions and questions or even a voice message at Anchor.fm/comicsinmotionpodcast/message.
Source: Comic Book Couples Counseling Podcast
Discover the agonizing artistic integrity of Clayface in the DC Comics one-shot "Batman: One Bad Day Clayface 1" written by the dynamic duo of Collin Kelly and Jackson Lanzing. This sensational trip through the murderous mudsliding thespian soul is told brilliantly and empathically, offering an authentic and horrific insight into the creative pursuit of considering history, artistic failure, and success. Kelly and Lanzing tap into something deeply personal, delivering a dreadfully relatable Hollywood saga. Join us this week to discuss the passion of the shapeshifting monster found in Clayface's one bad day, which slides perfectly alongside the rest of the DC Comics line exploring Batman and his many rogues. This is one of the first times you'll encounter Clayface in the Batman animated series, and the moment is right. Batman: One Bad Day Clayface 1 takes the power imbalance of the culture and poison that infects the eager and desperate in LA LA Land and offers an opportunity for an exorcism. Dive into the insanely rich illustration fueling the narrative, as well as the evocative color provided by Romulo Fajardo Jr. to make this comic gorgeous. Continue the conversation with Collin Kelly on Twitter and track Jackson Lanzing via Twitter and Instagram. Most importantly, seek out Batman: One Bad Day Clayface 1, available wherever fine comics are sold.