Welcome back, fellow comic book enthusiasts, to another exciting edition of The Amazing Advocate! Today, we have a fantastic lineup of podcast episodes for you to dive into, covering everything from Marco Fontanili's gruesome Murderfcker to the latest Star Wars comics and even a femme takeover edition with Sage Coffey. So, buckle up and get ready for a thrilling ride through the world of comic book podcasts, as we explore the best of the best in our daily review. And as always, stay amazing!
Source: Comic Book Yeti
In the latest episode of Comic Book Yeti, interviewer extraordinaire Andrew Irvin dives into the nitty gritty of Marco Fontanili's flesh, blood, and metal comic book, Murderfcker. Fontanili sets the stage immediately with a "mature audience 18+" warning and a preface that this is not your traditional comic book. The explicit audience is geared towards fans of splatter movies and metal music, and Fontanili delivers on the cartoonishly gruesome material. Despite the lack of a specific target audience in mind, Fontanili's sincerity in making a good product shines through. This episode is a must-listen for fans of the genre.
Star Wars 2020: Tarkin’s Legacy, Commander Zahra & Operation Starlight! Plus Lobot, Eriadu, Veermoks, Poe's Parents & More (Star Wars  Vol 2: #7-12) - Ep 78Date: 11 May 2023
Source: Star Wars: Comics In Canon - Your Guide To The Canon, Through The Comic Book Lens
In the latest episode of Star Wars: Comics In Canon, hosts Mike Burton and Mike Delf delve into the second volume of the 2020 Star Wars comic series. They provide a refresher for fans and introduce new readers to the canon through the comic book lens. The episode highlights interesting plot details and introduces new characters like Commander Zahra and the Veermoks. The hosts also give additional information on the Starlight Squadron and the planet Eriadu. Overall, this episode is a must-listen for any Star Wars comic book fan looking to expand their understanding of the canon.
Source: Queens Comic Podcast
The Queens Comic Podcast episode 13 is a must-listen for comic book fans. Hosts Billy and Ian have an engaging, free-flowing conversation about their experiences at NJ King Con and NYC's Big Apple Comic Con. They cover everything from obscure indie comics to Marvel and DC, spreading positivity and love for the comic book era. The episode also features a discussion on cool anthology comics, Eisner's Spirit, and a documentary on Spain Rodriguez. Overall, this episode is a fun and informative listen for anyone who loves comics. Follow them on Instagram @queenscomicpodcast and check out their website www.queenscomicparty.com.
Source: Supergirl Radio
Supergirl Radio's rewind of "Myriad" is a must-listen for fans of the show. The hosts provide insightful commentary on the penultimate episode of season 1, and their discussion of the season as a whole is engaging. The interview with Carly Nykanen, who voices Lena Luthor in the show, is a highlight. The hosts also cover news and rumors from the world of DC, including a new Zeus origin story and a potential Snyderverse Kryptonian Wonder Woman. Overall, Supergirl Radio is a great resource for fans of the show and the wider DC universe.
Source: Comic Lab
The Comic Lab podcast episode "Bearskin Rug Boudoir Photoshoot" is a hilarious and insightful discussion between hosts Dave Kellett and Brad Guigar. They discuss the process of creating comics and the importance of taking breaks to recharge creatively. The highlight of the episode is when Brad shares his experience of hiring a photographer for a sultry boudoir photoshoot on a bearskin rug, reminiscent of Burt Reynolds' iconic Playgirl spread from 1972. Overall, this episode is a must-listen for any comic book fan looking for a good laugh and some creative inspiration.
Source: Comic Talk Today
Comic Talk Today's latest episode, "Comic Talk Headline May 10th, 2023: Great Return," is a must-listen for any comic book fan. The hosts cover a lot of ground, including trailer announcements and new music releases from Howard Jones and Adam Dutkiewicz. They also discuss new albums from Bring Me the Horizon and The Hives, as well as a deluxe edition of Bush's "The Kingdom." The hosts' enthusiasm for the subject matter is infectious, and their banter is both informative and entertaining. Don't miss this episode!
Source: Comics In Motion
The Indie Comic Spotlight Femme Take Edition with Sage Coffey on Comics In Motion is a must-listen for comic book fans. Co-hosts Ada McCartney and Alyson Shelton chat with indie comic creator Sage Coffey about their effervescent graphic novel, Wine Ghost, and their Go Hell campaign. They also discuss many fantastic artist resource books and mention links to Gina Wynbrant, Bonnie Guerrara, and the Chicago Alternative Comic Expo. The Creator Corner segment features color artist and all-around amazing person Hilary Jenkins, who shares her awesome playlist. This episode is brought to you by Reburn, and listeners are encouraged to treat themselves to a copy of this brilliant indie comic. Check out Alyson online if you want to ask Tony a question or buy Sage Coffey's novel. Overall, this episode is a fun and informative celebration of all things comic book-related.