Welcome to The Amazing Advocate, your daily source for detailed reviews of other comic book podcast episodes. Today, we are excited to share our thoughts on the latest episode of the Comic Geek Speak Podcast, where the hosts celebrate their beloved memory and friendship with Darren Rainbow Cloak Nowell, a longtime member of the Comic Geek Speak Podcasting community. In this episode, the podcast hosts reminisce and share fun anecdotes while discussing various topics ranging from their first geeky experiences to current TV shows, favorite comics, and the comic book culture of the '90s.
Other podcasts that we cover in today's review include Captioned Life Podcast, where the host speaks about the latest limited series DC comic Human Target, and Robservations with Rob Liefeld, where the creator discusses the importance of March in the comic book industry and its impact on the market. We also touch upon topics like indie comic books, the Justice League International, and offer well-rounded perspectives on comic book culture.
Source: Comic Book Yeti
The Comic Book Yeti introduces a new podcast called OminousVerse, where the mundane meets the magical. They announced their finalist for the Negative Space comic writing competition, featuring "Everyday Magus" written by Ominous Power Ink co-founder Sean Murphy and illustrated by newcomer Paik Abanilla. The story follows a magical sigil engraver named Chalk and an enslaved alien named Cyanea, who struggle with shared trauma and a bond that leads them on a journey to save a lost soul. The podcast explores the weird and wonderful universe created in the comic, and the team behind it hopes to introduce readers to a larger story universe while providing them with fun and bizarre adventures.
Source: Comic Lab
The article from Comic Lab explores the world of independent comic artists who publish "floppies", or stapled comics of 20-30 pages similar to those released by Marvel and DC. The piece also touches on the occasional "wholesome" comic that can sometimes ruin an artist's image, as discussed during an SDCC panel discussion. The Comic Lab community on Patreon offers early-access to episodes and the chance to submit questions for the show, as well as exclusive protips from hosts Brad Guigar and Dave Kellett. At the $10 level, fans can gain access to livestreamed recording sessions and archives of past sessions.
Source: Comic Talk Today
The Comic Talk Today podcast covers a variety of topics related to comic book culture, including recent movie and TV trailers, casting news, and rumors. The host provides follow-up and corrections on previous episodes, as well as updates on upcoming comic book adaptations. Recent news covered on the podcast includes the return of Jon Bernthal as the Punisher in Daredevil, new casting for The Walking Dead spinoff, and teasers for upcoming projects from Theo Rossi and Aileen Wu in the Batman universe. The podcast also features live shows on Fridays and new episodes released throughout the week.
Source: First Issue Club Comic Books
The First Issue Club Podcast recently released an episode featuring Adam's favorite brewery, Boulevard Brewing Company. During the episode, they talk about a giveaway for beer that will be showing at Planet Comicon Kansas City. This convention will be held at the convention hall on the 17th, so make sure to check out their Twitter for more details on winning a Planet Comicon pass. Boulevard Brewing Company is a big supporter of local charity initiatives, such as ones organized by Andy last year. The podcast also features new comic book discussions and fun games organized by Greg and the crew. Don't miss out on the always entertaining First Issue Club Podcast by checking out their Patreon page today!
Source: BAM POW Comic Hour
BAM POW Comic Hour discusses the exciting Marvel Universe storyline where the mutant population loses their powers, causing chaos and disarray. To defend Earth, writer Allen Heinberg and artist Jim Cheung established a new team of young heroes called the Young Avengers. This spinoff team, comprised of Patriot, Wiccan, Hulkling, Speed, Iron Lad, Stature, Vision, and Hawkeye, shows a connection to the legacy of Earth's mightiest heroes. The article explores the next generation of heroes and how they can become relevant in the MCU's live-action films, as the young heroes focus on proving themselves to the world and taking on the mantle of their mentors to save the day.
Source: Comics In Motion
Comics In Motion reviews the classic rock album 'Hotel California' by The Eagles in their podcast. The album was a major shift towards mainstream rock and marked the emergence of Don Henley as the dominant voice in the band. The six songs he contributed to the album served as a thematic statement, using the metaphor of California to comment on the dark and ephemeral nature of success and excess. The album was a major success and is considered a classic rock masterpiece, showcasing the band's dynamic electric guitar work and solidified rhythm section.
Source: Comic Trades Monthly
Comic Trades Monthly has shared news about a podcasting website called Superhero Slate, which is dedicated to discussing the latest updates in comic book movies, TV shows, and video games. The website provides insightful reviews, previews, and interviews with filmmakers, actors, and comic book creators. Its latest episode features an interview with Neil Gaiman, the author of the critically acclaimed comic book series, "The Sandman." The podcast also covers the upcoming release of "Superman Smashes the Klan" by Gene Luen Yang, which promises to be a great read for fans of the Man of Steel.
Source: Comic Picks By The Glick
In the latest episode of Comic Picks by The Glick, the focus is on a Marvel comic book event featuring three superhero groups. The hosts discuss the excellent work of writer Kieron Gillen and artist Valerio Schiti in showcasing these characters. The podcast is filled with valuable insights and recommendations for fans of comic book culture, making it a must-listen for anyone interested in the Marvel universe.
Source: CSPN’s Comic Book Chronicles – The CSPN
The CSPN's Comic Book Chronicles has released a new episode featuring reviews and discussions of popular comic book titles such as Spiderman 6, Rogue & Gambit 1, and Captain America Sentinel of Liberty 10. The show also dives into popular TV series like Star Wars: The Bad Batch, Star Trek Picard, and The Mandalorian. News of upcoming live-action adaptations of Jeff Lemire's Essex County and the end of Star Trek Discovery's season five are also featured in this episode. Marvel fans will appreciate the 700th issue celebration of Fantastic Four 7, featuring a cover of various Marvel characters and a slew of Marvel legends announced. The hosts also announce new Kliq of the Week picks, and viewers can provide feedback via various social media platforms.