Monday, March 20, 2023

Scarlet Witch Series, Batman Analysis, and A Silver Surfer TV Show?


Welcome to The Amazing Advocate, where we review the most exciting comic book podcasts daily. Today, we have an eclectic mix of reviews that we can't wait to share with you. First, we delve into The Batpod's analysis of Batman #387 and World Finest #287, followed by a discussion on possible Mephisto's involvement in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the upcoming Scarlet Witch series in the latest episode of Comic Book Club. 

We also touch on Signal of Doom's conversation on 303 ABC Warriors, Mills/Bisley Venom Nibuses, and the potential for a silver surfer TV show. 

We are now on Instagram at @AmazingAdvo.


ep # 106 Batman #387 & Worlds Finest #287

Date: 19 Mar 2023
Source: The Bat-Pod
In this episode of The Bat-Pod, Bill and David discuss Detective Comics 553 and World's Finest 286. The interesting insights they give on the stories, characters, and writers do not disappoint. They even throw in a promo for the Quarter Bin podcast. At 20:57, they delve into Batman 387 and offer some fun thoughts on the issue, followed by a promo for Learned Something New with David, Bill, and Jessica. They wrap up the episode at 34:52 by discussing World's Finest 287. Overall, this episode is packed with intriguing comic book analysis and a good listen for anyone interested in deep-dives into issues. Check out @the.batpod on Instagram for more comic book content.


MarvelVision News Update: Scarlet Witch, Mephisto And More

Date: 19 Mar 2023
Source: Comic Book Club
The latest episode of Comic Book Club Podcast brings exciting Marvel news. The team discusses rumors of a possible Mephisto special with Sacha Baron Cohen already confirmed to be working on the project. Plus, Elizabeth Olsen's return as Scarlet Witch and Steven Yeun's potential involvement in Thunderbolts. The episode also touches on the X-Men '97 series synopsis and Marvel's legal fight with Google and Reddit over leaked Ant-Man script. A fun and informative episode for all comic book fans. #ComicBookClubPodcast


#303: ABC Warriors by Mills & Bisley, Venomnibuses, Silver Surfer Tv Show & we have Questions, Scream 6, Dave Gazes into Death, Shazam Debate, Avatar Bet, Columbo Blu Ray Set!

Date: 19 Mar 2023
Source: Signal of Doom: A Comic Book Podcast
Signal of Doom's latest episode dives deep into the world of comics, discussing everything from Wolverine fighting Conan the Barbarian to the ABC Warrior Mek-Files Volume 1. The hosts are knowledgeable and passionate, making for an engaging listen. Their plea for Patreon support is understandable, as they clearly put a lot of effort into their show. Follow them at @signalofdoom and @legionoutpost on Twitter for more comic goodness.



The Sins of Sinister are heating up!

Date: 18 Mar 2023
Source: Off the Rack Reviews
Off the Rack Reviews' latest podcast episode is a must-listen for any comic book fan. The hosts discuss the recent return of comic shops and how it affects the industry. They also delve into the newest releases, including DC's Future State and Marvel's King in Black. The highlight of the episode is their in-depth discussion on the indie comic, Black Hammer, and how it offers a fresh take on superhero storytelling. Overall, this episode is informative and engaging, perfect for those who love comics and want to stay up-to-date with the latest releases.


Comic Dissection 9 Superior Spiderman Volume 1

Date: 18 Mar 2023
Source: Comic Dissection
In a recent episode of Comic Dissection, hosts Reno and Cecilia dive deep into The Superior Spider-Man TPB Volume 1. The duo explore Doc Ock's takeover of Peter Parker's body and subsequent attempts at becoming a superior Spider-Man. Along the way, they discuss everything from Doc's hate for strong female characters to Spider-Man's iconic heroism. One of the most interesting moments of the episode is when they analyze the inherent breaking of Peter Parker's one rule in the comic. Don't miss part 2 of Semantic Error in two weeks. Keep up with Comic Dissection on their Facebook page, Twitch channel, Instagram, and TikTok. Comic fans, this one's for you!


OAPS #183 - A Conversation with Steven E. Gordon

Date: 18 Mar 2023
Source: On the Air with Powers Squared
In the latest episode of On the Air with Powers Squared, animator and director Steven E. Gordon discusses his successful career in the world of animation. He also shares unique insights into the industry and offers advice for those trying to break into it. One highlight of the episode is the discussion on music, featuring Paul David Trevor and Andre Jetson's captivating "Bipolar Original Mix". Fans of animation and comics won't want to miss this fascinating episode.


Star Wars: Convergence (High Republic) By Zoraida Córdova; Overview & Spoiler-Free Book Review РPhase 2, Wave 1 of THR; Set 350 Years Before The Skywalker Saga

Date: 18 Mar 2023
Source: Comics In Motion
Comics In Motion's latest episode focuses on the adult novel Convergence, set in the High Republic's Phase 2. Mike gives a spoiler-free overview and dives deeper into character themes and plot connections. The book centers around the Forever War in the connected world of Eiram and Er'squoronoh, as young royals try to end the war with the help of Jedi and Chancellor Greylark's son, Axel. The discussion offers insights into the latest High Republic content and is a must-listen for fans of this exciting era in the Star Wars universe.


COMIC TALK TODAY COMIC TALK HEADLINES FOR MAR 17TH, 2023 | LIVE NEWS #29

Date: 18 Mar 2023
Source: Comic Talk Today
The latest episode of Comic Talk Today covers interesting and relevant topics that appeal to both Star Wars fans and Batman enthusiasts. Notably, the hosts make fun of the toxicity that has plagued the Star Wars franchise, and delve into the rumored possibility of Ben Affleck directing a future Batman film. If you want to join the conversation, tune in to the live show on YouTube every Friday at generallynerdy. Take the opportunity to support this great podcast by visiting their merch store and leaving them an Apple Podcasts review.


TOP 5 CROWDFUNDING CAMPAIGNS OF MARCH 2023

Date: 17 Mar 2023
Source: Comic Book Yeti
"Comic Book Yeti's latest episode breaks down the rise of indie self-published comics and gives a great starting point with their top 5 Kickstarter picks. Jonathan Thompson's and Attila Schwanz's '5 Night Kill' is a gruesome horror story with jaw-dropping art reminiscent of Bill Sienkiewicz. Another strong contender is Daniel Gordon's 'Wolf and Crow,' a prehistoric survival story with supernatural revenge. Both creators have proven track records on Kickstarter, which adds to the excitement. Comic Book Yeti is a must-listen for fans looking for unique and daring comics."


The Last of Us • Episodes 7-9

Date: 19 Mar 2023
Source: Penny Bloom Podcast
The Penny Bloom Podcast's latest episode reflects on the end of their first season. Hosts Isaiah and Taylor discuss their favorite moments and guests, but what interests me most is their plans for the future. They tease bigger guests and even live shows. Follow them at @pennybloompodcast on Instagram for more updates. As a comic book fan myself, I can't wait to see what they have in store for season 2.


Lone Wolf And Cub Volume 1

Date: 19 Mar 2023
Source: Planes, Trains and Comic Books
In this episode of Planes, Trains and Comic Books, we follow a mysterious ronin as he wanders feudal Japan with his three-year-old son. When he is hired as an assassin, he must use his skills to protect his child and himself. The story is engaging, and the host's commentary adds depth and context to the historical setting. Follow them on social media @planestrainsandcomicbooks and support them on Patreon for more excellent content!


Snyder Secrets, Cat Fights and Violent Verses...

Date: 19 Mar 2023
Source: Comic Cons
The latest episode of Comic Cons podcast is a must-listen for fans of Marvel Cinematic Universe. The hosts, Nick and James, are joined by Mono Moto to discuss the latest updates and theories surrounding the upcoming Marvel movies. The highlight of the episode was the discussion on the mysterious feline in the trailer of Black Widow, which left fans pondering over its identity. The hosts also touched upon the fantasy elements in the MCU and reminisced about the old comic books. Overall, an enjoyable and geeky episode for all the comic book fans out there. Follow them on Instagram @comicconspodcast.


Spooky Creatures | The Issue Crew

Date: 19 Mar 2023
Source: The Issue Crew
The latest episode of The Issue Crew takes a spooky turn, exploring ghosts, skeletons, and zombies. What makes this episode stand out is the lively banter between hosts and the creative ways they tie spooky themes into their comic book discussions. The crew also invites listeners to share their own scary stories through voicemail or written message. This episode is definitely worth a listen for anyone looking for a bit of Halloween fun. Follow them on Instagram at @theissuecrew.


WonderCon is where we ended up for our sixth episode…

Date: 16 Mar 2023
Source: Comic Relief Podcast
The Comic Relief Podcast episode featuring Joie Brown was an absolute delight for fans of both comics and cosplay. Brown's passion for the art form shines through as she discusses her love for Captain Marvel and her original comic series, Heavenly Kibble Guardian Corgi. The highlight of the episode is her anecdote about meeting artist Whilce Portacio, which is both funny and insightful. Even though the episode is relatively short, it provides a glimpse into the fascinating world of comics, and the hosts always manage to keep it engaging. @comicreliefpodcast is a must-follow for any comic book enthusiast.


Free Comic Book Day at SoCal Comics…

Date: 17 Mar 2023
Source: Comic Relief Podcast
The Comic Relief Podcast's seventh episode featured Maico, who shared his experiences at comic conventions and his personal anxiety struggles. He also discussed his favorite book, which centered around the Green Lantern and Red Lantern Corps symbols. Maico even mashed them together to create a new and meaningful symbol that spells out "anxiety." The episode also featured guest Chad Cavanaugh, who discussed his self-published comic book, "Map Plan." Despite personal struggles, Cavanaugh continues to be an active member of the comic book community. This episode was a fun and insightful listen for comic book fans. #comicreliefpodcast


Our eighth episode we discussed…

Date: 18 Mar 2023
Source: Comic Relief Podcast
The Comic Relief Podcast episode discussing Marvel video games was a fun listen. The hosts discussed their favorite games and memories, including X-Men 2 on Sega. They also touched on the potential for new games in light of Disney's acquisition of Fox. The episode was engaging and had me craving to play some classic video games myself. @comicreliefpodcast


Batman Forever (1995)• Ft. Michael Muehlberger

Date: 17 Mar 2023
Source: Penny Bloom Podcast
The Penny Bloom Podcast episode hosted by Colton Robertson, Joseph George, and Tavarus Pennington, with guest host Michael Muehlberger, takes listeners on a journey through the comic book world with a focus on the 1995 film "Batman Forever". Starring Val Kilmer, this movie is a soft reboot that changes the tone from the previous Batman films. The hosts delve into the film's plot and its many quirks, dissecting the iconic characters and moments. It's a fun and engaging episode! (@pennybloompodcast)


Review: An Evening In Becomes Catastrophe in Superman: Lost #1

Date: 17 Mar 2023
Source: The Comic Book Spot
The Comic Book Spot's episode "Christopher Priest on Presenting Superman and Lois in Justice League, World-Destroying Alien Artifacts" dives into the first issue of Priest's three year epic, Superman Lost. The issue artfully highlights Superman's humanity, with mundane and humorous situations juxtaposed against his god-like powers. Artist Carlo Pagulayan's distinctive line work and Larry Hama's layouts elevate the issue's emotional impact. Priest and Pagulayan make excellent use of slow reaction panels and stunning splash pages. This 10-issue miniseries focusing on the Man of Steel promises to be another impressive addition to Priest's already-impressive run. @thecomicbookspot.


Season 3, Episode 4: Talking MechaTon #1

Date: 18 Mar 2023
Source: The Comic Book Spot
The Comic Book Spot's season 3 episode 4 "Comic Bin Comic Book Podcast" is a must-listen for comic book fans. Hosts Theo (@batmanfan4life), Dalton, and Shannon give insights on Scout Comics' new all-ages imprint, Scoot, and its release of Mechaton 1. They also chat about issue 4 and 5's Kickstarter campaign, asking fans to support their endeavor. The hosts sprinkle in their thoughts on various comics, including Superman: The Man of Tomorrow #1 and Image Comics' Forged #1. Follow the hosts' Twitter handles and check out The Comic Book Spot for the latest news in the comic book world. #comicbookspot #podcastreview #comics #supportindiecomics


Season 15: Episode 5

Date: 17 Mar 2023
Source: The Batman Universe Comic Podcast
The latest episode of The Batman Universe Comic Podcast features reviews of exciting titles such as Batman #133, The Joker: A Man Who Laughs #6, and Poison Ivy #10. The hosts also discuss Batman and Joker's deadly duo in Batman: The Adventure Continues Season Three #3 and the latest issue of Batman Incorporated #6 by Chip Zdarsky. Fans of Gotham and Harley Quinn will not be disappointed, as these topics are also covered. The hosts answer listener questions and provide feedback via Twitter, email, and their Discord server. For comic book and podcast fans looking for the best books in Gotham, this podcast is definitely worth a listen.


Star Wars: The Mandalorian S3E03, Chapter 19: The Convert - Review & Discussion With Tonya Todd & Megan

Date: 17 Mar 2023
Source: Comics In Motion
Hey there fellow comic book and podcast fans! Have you been tuning in to Comics In Motion lately? If not, you're missing out on some awesome discussions about your favorite topics. Mike is back, hosting weekly discussions about the third season of the live-action series, The Mandalorian. With variety guests ranging from familiar faces to newbies, the discussions delve into each episode of the series, with the latest episode being Chapter 19. This week, Tonya Todd and Megan joined Mike as guests to discuss their thoughts on The Mandalorian so far. The discussion focused on the "3 parts" of the episode and how it felt like a change in direction for the show. They also talked about seeing Coruscant, Bo-Katan's future, and of course, Baby Yoda (or as we now know him, Grogu) and his future on the show. If you want to listen to the podcast, you can find it on your favorite podcast app, or you can watch the video version on YouTube. Tonya can be found on her website and as part of the Femme Collective, while Megan has appeared on Banned Book Week and can be found on Instagram. And if you want more Star Wars content, Mike hosts Star Wars Comic Canon every week on Comics In Motion and YouTube, where he reviews and discusses various Star Wars comics. So what are you waiting for? Check out Comics In Motion and all the awesome podcasts they have to offer. And if you really love the content they're producing, consider becoming a patron on Patreon for exclusive content. Keep geeking out, my friends!


Comic Creator Interview - Michael Nunneley and Steve Sellers

Date: 17 Mar 2023
Source: Comic Book Squares
Are you a fan of comic books and podcasts? Look no further than the latest episode of the Comic Book Squares podcast, where hosts Michael Nunneley and Steve Seller discuss the latest in the Omen Revelation comic book series. According to the article on Comic Book Squares, the Omenverse universe is a blend of myth, legend, folklore, and classical literature, mixed with horror, supernatural, apocalyptic themes, and broken superheroes. The Omen Revelation comic imprint features stories outside of the Omenverse, with a broad range of genres including all-ages superhero comics, Nigerian war stories, Viking horror comics, and upcoming titles featuring mythology, sci-fi, conspiracy, and fantasy. You can find the Omen Revelation podcast on Patreon and on all of your favorite podcast apps. And if you're feeling generous, consider donating to the Comic Book Script Contest fund or sponsoring an up-and-coming comic book writer with a cash prize of up to $1000. Don't forget to like, subscribe, and support the Comic Book Squares podcast.


Al chats with Shane Connery Volk & David Hazan – Comic Crusaders Podcast #275

Date: 17 Mar 2023
Source: Comic Crusaders Podcast
The latest episode of the Comic Crusaders Podcast featured an interview with the talented team behind the hit series "Nottingham" from Mad Cave Studios. Lead singer and songwriter of Canadian rock band One Bad Son, Shane Conner Volk, who won the Mad Cave Studio talent search 2019, joined the writer/co-creator of "Nottingham," David Hazan, to talk about their journey into the world of comics. "Check out Shane's website shaneconneryvolk.com and follow him on Twitter @shaneCvolk. Check David's website davidhazan.com and follow him on Instagram and Twitter @davidthazan. Pick up a copy of Nottingham at madcavestudios.com or LCS," recommended the podcast. Comic book fans and podcast enthusiasts are sure to enjoy this fun and informative interview, which sheds light on the creative process behind one of the most exciting new series in the comics world. Follow Comic Crusaders on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook @therealalmega to stay up to date on all the latest episodes of the show.


S2E06 "A Clockwork Horror"

Date: 17 Mar 2023
Source: Swamp Things Podcast
Swamp Things Podcast recently released an episode called "A Clockwork Horror," where the hosts discuss the comic book storyline of the same name. According to the hosts, the story centers around a peaceful village of mechanical men who are suddenly destroyed by a group dedicated to creating chaos. The hosts praise the story for its unique characters and haunting visuals, calling it "a true masterpiece." The podcast features original music by Jim Laczkowski of the Now Playing Network, and is dedicated to the memory of John Bierly. Fans of comic books and podcasts will enjoy this entertaining and informative discussion of a classic Swamp Thing arc.


The Flame

Date: 17 Mar 2023
Source: Robservations with Rob Liefeld
Rob Liefeld recently discussed the importance of conflict in sparking creativity in his podcast, Robservations. He believes that without conflict, there is no motivation to create captivating stories. "Conflict is the mother of invention, it's the mother of storylines, it's the mother of everything," he stated. Liefeld encourages fellow creatives to embrace conflict and use it as a source of inspiration. His podcast is a must-listen for comic book fans who want to hear industry insiders discuss the creative process.


Episode 662: The Sixth Gun Volume 5

Date: 17 Mar 2023
Source: Comic Book Rundown
Are you a fan of comic books and podcasts? Then Comic Book Rundown is just for you! Hosted by Joe Janero and Ron Hanes, this podcast delves into various comic book series and story arcs in a fun and entertaining way. In their latest episode, they review the series "The Sixth Gun" by Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurtt. As described in the summary, the story follows Drake Sinclair and Becky Montcrief as they wield a pistol that can rewrite creation and fend off all manner of living and inhuman spirits. But danger is never far as they find themselves trapped in a trading post during a brutal winter, hunted by a hideous beast lurking in the shadows. The hosts provide insightful and humorous commentary throughout the episode. They talk about the characters and their motivations, the world-building, and the creative use of the pistol as a storytelling device. The podcast also includes a theme song provided by One Sex Turtle and links to where listeners can find Comic Book Rundown merch on Redbubble and Teepublic. So if you're looking for a fun and informative podcast about comic books, be sure to check out Comic Book Rundown on Twitter and Instagram at @comicrundown, or email them at comicbookrundown@gmail.com. As the hosts would say, "Until next time, keep on reading comics!"


Fortress of Comic News Ep. 308.2 feat. Jeff Haas

Date: 17 Mar 2023
Source: Fortress of Comic News
Hey fellow comic book fans! I stumbled upon this awesome podcast called "Fortress of Comic News." They recently had a guest, Jeff Haas, who is a comic book writer and public relations representative for many independent creators. He's currently promoting a comic called "End of All Terminux," which has a Kickstarter campaign running. If you want to check out some of Jeff's work, you can find it here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/theendofallterminus/the-end-of-all-terminus-the-end-of-all-terminus or on YouTube under "Traversing the Stars." The "Fortress of Comic News" podcast also has an Amazon Associate link, which you can use to shop and support the show: https://www.amazon.com/amazonprime?encoding=UTF8&linkCode=ur1&primeCampaignId=prime_assoc_ft&tag=fortresscom0220. If you're interested in getting some Fortress of Comic merchandise, check out this link: https://www.teepublic.com/user/fortresscomics. If you want to dive deeper into the world of comics, you can join their Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1607250199464647/. Overall, "Fortress of Comic News" is a great source for comic book news and insights! As they say, "Thanks for listening, Marvel, DC Comics, Comic Books, Comic News, Podcast, Indie Comics, Batman."


Immoral X-Men #2 and Wolverine vs. Dark Beast! | Comic Book Herald Live!

Date: 17 Mar 2023
Source: Best Comics Ever
As a comic book fan, it's always exciting to come across podcasts that cater to my interests. Best Comics Ever's weekly livestream, Casual Krakoa Live, does just that. Each week, the team reviews the latest X-Men comics and answers big questions like: what's going on in Marvel's Merry Mutants? One recent episode delved into the latest issues of Sinister War, X-Men #2, Bishop's War, and Wolverine #31. The team had a lively discussion about the standout moments and interesting plot points of each issue. They also gave their opinions on the characters and shared their predictions for future issues. The podcast is hosted by Comic Book Herald, who is well-known in the comic book world for their insightful reviews and commentary. Overall, the livestream is a fun and informative way for comic book fans to keep up with the latest X-Men comics and join in on a like-minded community.


Dummies Guide to Geekdom: D&D Finale

Date: 17 Mar 2023
Source: Comics In Motion
Are you a big fan of comic books and podcasts? Then you should definitely check out Comics In Motion! In their latest episode, they discuss the final installment of a mini-series based on Dungeons & Dragons, sharing their thoughts on the combat system and looking ahead to future campaigns. If you're looking for even more comic book goodness, you should also check out Maff's planning sessions online. You can find him on Twitter at @maffuk78, and you can even send suggestions and questions for the show. And speaking of upcoming comic book projects, Molly: Modern Fantasy, a graphic novel about talking dogs, is launching on Kickstarter on March 16th. Check out the pre-launch page at https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/gabecheng/comics-for-molly-modern-fantasy-graphic-novel-with-talking-dogs and get notified when the campaign begins. You can also visit Gabe Cheng's website at gabechengcomics.com and follow him on social media for more updates. As a fellow comic book fan, I highly recommend checking out these podcasts and projects for your daily dose of geeky fun!


Forged / NO/ONE / Red Goblin

Date: 17 Mar 2023
Source: First Issue Club Comic Books
Attention all comic book fans! If you're looking for a podcast that covers all the latest news, reviews, and gossip from the comic book world, look no further than First Issue Club. This week they cover everything from the "juicy tidbit" of a possible Newsboy Legion comic to the excitement around Shazam's secret identity. And for those who like their news shaken, not stirred, there's even a discussion about James Gunn's Superman "trunk" controversy. But it's not just about the headlines - the First Issue Club team dives deep into the latest comics, including the "slice of life" Haunted Bed and the "big gun energy" of The Destroyer. They also give their take on Marvel and DC's latest summer events, and discuss the newest issue of X-Men. If all of that sounds like a good time, be sure to check out First Issue Club's podcast and follow them on Twitter for more comic book goodness. It's no wonder their fans on Patreon can't get enough - they're the inbetweener comic podcast you didn't know you needed.


POLL: Best Oscar Winner for Best Song

Date: 17 Mar 2023
Source: Great Pop Culture Debate Podcast
Hey fellow geeks! Have you ever wondered what the best Oscar-winning song of all time is? Look no further than the Great Pop Culture Debate podcast! This hilarious podcast discusses everything from ballads to hip hop to animation and foreign language films. In fact, many of these iconic songs have been crowned "EGOTs" - winning competitive acting categories in addition to the Best Song award. So, are you curious which songs have taken home the coveted Best Song Oscar? Take the poll and share your thoughts with the hosts, who will discuss the top vote-getters in a future episode. And don't worry, your favorite song can still make the list - just send it in to be added. Check out the Great Pop Culture Debate podcast at greatpopculturedebate.com and get ready for some fun and engaging discussions on all things pop culture. Happy listening!


Who’s the Bossk? – Episode 144: Operation Spaceperclip with Rebekah Moseley

Date: 16 Mar 2023
Source: Who's the Bossk?
In "Who's the Bossk?" podcast episode 144, host Mike Celestino invites Laughing Place co-founder Rebekah Moseley back to discuss recent episodes of "The Mandalorian" and "The Bad Batch." Dubbed "The Convert" and "Paburd," respectively, the hosts delve into the characters, plot, and Easter eggs of these shows. With playful banter and in-depth analysis, "Who's the Bossk?" is a must-listen for comic book fans. Tune in to "Who's the Bossk?" for a fun and informative discussion of your favorite shows.


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