Source: Great Pop Culture Debate Podcast
The Great Pop Culture Debate Podcast has compiled a list of the top 10 snacks from comic book culture. From Casey's Corner's Foot Long Hot Dog to the Mickey Ice Cream Sandwich, these snacks are sure to satisfy any comic book fan's cravings. The list also includes the Mickey Pretzel, Turkey Leg, Ronto Wrap, and Cheshire Cat Tail, all of which are popular treats from the Galaxy's Edge. Whether you're looking for a delicious snack or an Instagrammable treat, this list has something for everyone.
Source: Planes, Trains and Comic Books
Planes, Trains and Comic Books is a podcasting site dedicated to comic book culture. Follow Swamp Thing as he battles his possessed daughter to save his own life, and join Abby as she seeks vengeance from the arcane forces that escaped Hell. Get the latest updates and join the conversation on Patreon and social media.
Source: Queens Comic Podcast
Queens Comic Podcast is the perfect destination for comic book fans! In this episode, Ian and Billy discuss Robert Crumb's Zap 0, James Tynion IV's old copy of Crumb's Genesis hardcover, tips for dating a hipster chick or a hippie girl, Digital Webbing 2, Skottie Young's work on Daredevil 254 and the first appearance of Typhoid Mary, Jack Kirby's Mister Miracle, Billy getting really fired up about the Night Thrasher and the New Warriors, and the weirdness of Comicsgate. They also talk about the first U.S. appearance of Judge Dredd, the first appearance of Guy Gardner, and the recent DC announcement. Billy gets ridiculously nerdy about The Authority, and Ian reveals his ignorance of the last three decades of Superman comics. Follow them on Instagram @queenscomicpodcast and visit their website at www.queenscomicparty.com for more!
Source: Comic Book Yeti
Comic Book Yeti presents "Spooky Adventure," a comic book by Andrea Lorenzo Molinari, Alexandria P Molinari, and Roberto Xavier Molinari, with art by Ramiro Borrallo and published by Black Caravan Scout. It follows two children, Wendell and Wild, on a mission to rescue an abused animal, similar to the plot of Frankenweenie. Two years ago, Lexi's father and brother died, and she gained the power of a Shepherd, one who can walk in the world of the living dead. Since the power has passed to her sibling, her father uses it to help the dead find peace. With suspenseful action and exploration of the importance of empathy, the cartoonish style of Borrallo allows for a striking contrast between intense and mundane moments. The story feels like watching Scooby-Doo Zombie Island for the first time, and the coloring signals emotionally heightened sections. The artwork is respectful of the dog and careful not to be too gory in depicting the abuse. The art is balanced enough to make Lexi and the ghost dog quite menacing. Rodriguez's use of a variety of balloon styles commendably depict different types of voices and moments in the story. The wavy black balloon and green stroke of text make the artwork cohesive and add tension to the scenes.
Source: Comic Book Bears Podcast
The Comic Book Bears Podcast is the perfect source for comic book fans to get the latest news and reviews on the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The latest episode dives into the upcoming 31st film in the franchise, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, directed by Peyton Reed and starring Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly. The podcast also offers a pick for anyone who wants to follow up on the movie by reading the Ant-Man and Kang-centric comics. The episode also covers recent comics such as Swamp Thing, Green Hell, DC Black Label, Blue Beetle, and Graduation Day. Join the Comic Book Bears Podcast for a subatomic cinema talk and get the latest news and reviews on the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Source: Comics In Motion
Comics In Motion is a podcast that dives into the world of comic books and comic book culture. Hosts Ria and Aly have a "first time podcast blind date" in episode seven, discussing HBO's "The Last of Us" and the importance of protecting loved ones and found family. They manage to keep it together, even though they fully cry, although they also cry with laughter. Every week, they have various guests and a huge thank you to Kevin for providing a beautiful version of Gustavo Santaolalla's "The Last of Us" theme. If you want more Last of Us content, listen to the Comics In Motion roundtable for "The Last of Us" part 1. They are saddened by the ever-worsening situation following the earthquake in Turkey and Syria, and ask that you please consider donating to Choose Love, who launched an emergency appeal. Ria is also the co-host and producer of The Femme Podcast Collective, and The Femme Collective hosts a lively discussion on pop culture and whatever the heck interests you, placing the female gaze front and centre. Come join the conversation and don't forget to sign up for the Pop Culture Collective newsletter, which comes out every Wednesday. You can also send a voice message at https://anchor.fm/comicsinmotionpodcast/message.
Source: Comic Book Weekly
Discover the latest in comic book news and culture with Comic Book Weekly! Join the podcasting team as they discuss the 50th anniversary of Gwen Stacy's death, the new Flash trailer, Zootopia, Frozen, Carnage, TMNT vs Street Fighter, and their top 5 anticipated books. Check out the video version on YouTube and find them on iTunes, and leave a 5-star review to get your name read on the show. Join them live every Tuesday for a new video episode on YouTube, and follow them on social media @comicfrontline and visit their website comicfrontline.com.
Source: The World's Greatest Comic Book Podcast
Discover the World's Greatest Comic Book Podcast, a weekly podcast that covers the latest news in the comic book world. From the death of Gerald Fried, to Richard Belzer, Raquel Welch, and Scott Adam's career moves, to the 8-bit "Cocaine Bear" video game, to the premiere of "Poker Face" with the biggest streaming ratings, to Jon Favreau confirming Season 4 of The Mandalorian is already written, to Bill Watterson's return to comics with a huge Kickstarter campaign, to the A.I.-generated comic book officially losing copyright protection, to reviews of Betsy Braddock and Captain Britain #1, and Batman: Detective Comics, this podcast has it all. Tune in to Stitcher, Spotify, Google Play, or become a Patreon member to support the podcast and get the latest news.
Source: Comic Book Herald
Comic Book Herald presents an exploration of Grant Morrison and Mark Millar's 2000AD take on Judge Dredd, "Book of the Dead". This 8-part, 6-page story follows Dredd as he is chosen to represent Mega City One in a cultural exchange program with Luxor, Egypt. The creative team of Morrison, Millar, Dermot Power, Tom Frame, and John Aldridge, with Carlos Ezquerra on art, creates a deeply orientalist fantasy that takes a familiar superhero convention and gives it an alternate version. With a narrative similar to the Silver Age Batman and Superman comics, this story is full of fun and laughter as two mates riff off each other. Judge Dredd comes face to face with Judge Ramses, Luxor's representative, and the end result is a unique and entertaining comic book experience.
Source: The Comic Source Podcast
The Comic Source Podcast is a great resource for comic book fans to stay up-to-date on the latest releases. This week, Jace Rocky breaks down a fairly large week of comics, with a couple really standing out. Human Target: The Perfection Epitomizes is an incredible quality series that has exhibited throughout its run. Also, Stargirl: The Lost Child continues the tone and feel of classically DC art and narrative. Join us to hear our thoughts on this book and a whole lot more!
Source: The Captioned Life
The Captioned Life podcast features an episode with award-winning cultural historian, professor, and critic David Hajdu discussing the history of the Comic Code Authority. This organization was formed to self-regulate the comic book industry, and its lasting effects are still seen today. They also talk about the upcoming film development based on David's book, The Ten-Cent Plague, and his comic book origin story. Comic book fans will enjoy this episode as it provides insight into the history of the comic book industry and its impact on America.
Source: Robservations with Rob Liefeld
Robservations with Rob Liefeld is a comic book podcasting site that dives into the origins of popular tropes and comic book feuds. In this double bill episode, Rob examines the grizzled warrior and young ward trope, and takes a treacherous journey across the dangerous terrain of the Mandalorian Road to Perdition. As a bonus, Rob dives into the third part of the Barry Smith comic book feud. Tune in for a safe and entertaining journey into the world of comic books!
Source: The Last Comic Shop
Welcome comic book fans! The Last Comic Shop podcast is the perfect place to stay up to date on the latest comic book news. This week, hosts Andy Larson, Chad Smith, Ja Scott, and Mikey Wood welcome comic book creator Dennis Culver to discuss his new series Super Powered Misfits in the DC Universe and the Unstoppable Doom Patrol comic store on March 28th. Plus, they discuss the manga-inspired Gotham Future State and the result of the recent weekly comic book-related fan poll post on the Last Comic Shop Twitter page. They also interview guest Dennis Culver about Justice League Incarnate and Gotham Future State: Edison Rex. Check out Dennis Culver's website and Twitter for more!
Source: The Comic Conspiracy
The Comic Conspiracy is a podcast for comic book fans, hosted by Ryan Higgins, Brock Sager, Kevin Sharp, Toby Sidler, and Lane Terasaki. This week, they discuss Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, the upcoming Marvel movie starring Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly. Tune in to hear their thoughts on the movie and the Marvel Cinematic Universe!
Source: Comic News Insider
Comic News Insider is a podcasting site that reviews the latest comic books and provides news about the comic book industry. Fans of comic books can hear reviews of Blue Book #1, Local Man #1, Godfell #1, and Moriarty: Clockwork Empire #1, as well as a quick CNI episode. Jimmy is joined by his favorite reviewers, Marta, Melissa, Ricky, and Edie, as well as news anchor Emily. The news includes Marvel's Ultimate Comic line returning, Dead Boy Detective moving to Netflix, and Robert Kirkman coming back with a new comic series. Get all the latest updates and reviews on Comic News Insider and thanks for listening!
Source: Off the Rack Reviews
Off the Rack Reviews is a comic book podcasting site that originally recorded live on YouTube. It is a great resource for comic book fans, as it provides reviews of the latest comic books, interviews with comic book creators, and discussions of comic book culture. It is a great way to stay up to date on the latest comic book news and to connect with other comic book fans.
Source: Great Pop Culture Debate Podcast
The Great Pop Culture Debate Podcast has given comic book fans a gift - a list of the top 10 reaction GIFs from "RuPaul's Drag Race"! From the iconic "Sparkle Neely Sparkle Yas Sparkle" GIF to the unforgettable "Theyy're Bottoms" moment, this list is a fitting tribute to the mother of drag. From the fist pump GIF to the "Meh" GIF, this list is sure to have something for everyone. So grab a cocktail and get ready to watch the new episode of "Drag Race" - you're sure to find the perfect GIF to express your feelings!
Source: Great Pop Culture Debate Podcast
Since its basic cable debut on the Disney Channel in April 1983, the House of Mouse has used the family-oriented network to feature the best movie ideas that weren't quite ready for the silver screen. Since 1997, they have released films under the banner of "Disney Channel Original Movie" (DCom). Regardless of the term used to describe them, these feature-length gems bring to the fore a feeling of intense nostalgia for a generation defined by the DCom movie. Someone's particular childhood is always led the GPCD team to wonder...what is the best Disney Channel Original Movie? Find the list of DCom's for your generation and note that if you're taking the poll on a mobile device, we recommend clicking the link for easier navigation. None of the films teetered on the brink of being included, but we think we need your help to decide. Debate for a future episode of GPCD and please take the poll to pick as many as you like. Want to add Johnny Tsunami to the list? Don't be shy, send it to a friend and chime in! The 32 top vote-getters will be discussed on the Great Pop Culture Debate Podcast. Find us at greatpopculturedebate.com and post the poll for the best Disney Channel Original Movie!
Source: Cheers To Comics! Podcast
Cheers To Comics! Podcast is the perfect destination for comic book fans! Hosts Brian Wayne Corner and Dennis Culver discuss the latest comic book news and reviews, with a focus on "The Unstoppable Doom Patrol". Shop at cheerstocomics.com and use the code "PODCAST" to save 10% at checkout. Follow them on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and TikTok @CheersToComics. They are proudly affiliated with The Apodalypse Geek Collective and Age Radio Podcast Network. Use the code "CHEER" to save 10% at checkout at 307nerds4ever.com. For booking and advertisement opportunities, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Intro/Outro music is composed by Grady Lewis. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices to learn more.
Source: Comic Book Yeti
Comic Book Yeti is a podcasting site that recently featured Andrew and Fred Kennedy in the Yeti Cave to discuss the upcoming series Dead Roman. Every comic book fan is going to want to check out Comic Book Yeti, as Andrew and Fred had a fascinating conversation about the new series, artist Nick Marinkovich, and the approach of the Shadowline imprint of Image Comics. With the release of Dead Roman, Image Comics has launched its first title under the Shadowline banner, and the discussion around the approach to differ from existing Image Comics creator-owned publications was a great insight for fans. Thanks to Comic Book Yeti for making time to chat with Andrew and Fred today!