Feathers and Foes cover a trippy, spellbinding tale where Barbara thinks back to when she was Batgirl, before her life as Oracle. This story reminds us of the power of Barbara Gordon and what she means to the DC Universe at large. Batgirl Forever! www.thehuntresspodcast.com firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter @HuntressPodcast
The Hulk is on a rampage again, and Kurtis and Alex are here to document every moment of it! This batch of Hulk issues by Roy Thomas and Herb Trimpe includes one of the most important Hulk issues of the 1970s, in which the Green Goliath shrinks down to a microscopic world! Plus, they discuss […]
One of the biggest games in Bengals history is on deck, as they travel to Buffalo to face the vaunted Bills. We break down the matchup from the offensive line questions to how Cincinnati can emerge victorious this Sunday. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Join BamaOnLine.com senior analyst Travis Reier as he touches on a number of Crimson Tide-related topics, including: -- Following his move to Ole Miss, examining the legacy of former defensive coordinator Pete Golding. -- New defensive assistant Austin Armstrong continues rapid ascent up coaching ranks. -- Think of potential staff designations like Nick Saban thinks about his best five OLs. -- Latest performance by Alabama men's basketball one for all-time. The BamaOnLine Podcast is now on Apple Podcasts as well as Spotify, Google Podcasts, and Stitcher. Please subscribe, and leave us a rating and a review! To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Feathers and Foes are back to talk Wolves by Chuck Dixon, pencilled by Dick Giordano. Inked by Wayne Faucher with Gloria Vasquez on colors. Edited by Jordan B. Gorfinkel. We would love to hear from you at www.thehuntresspodcast.com or email@example.com
The return to power of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is raising questions over the future of Turkish-Israeli rapprochement, given the tempestuous relations between Netanyahu and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to date. Netanyahu's election victory – which swept him back to power as prime minister again – comes as Turkish-Israeli relations are warming. During Netanyahu's previous rule, he and Erdogan routinely exchanged insults. "I think there is an issue in this history between these two leaders, yes," warned Gallia Lindenstrauss, an analyst at the Institute for National Security Studies, a research organization in Tel Aviv. "There were rhetorical battles between them," Lindenstrauss added. "Especially after the previous normalization attempt in 2018 reached a crisis point. But both leaders are very pragmatic. They both have been in power for a long time and now this pragmatism will assist them." As elections loom in Turkey, Erdogan pulls plug on opposition social mediaCongratulations Erdogan was quick to call Netanyahu to congratulate him on his election victory in a conversation both sides said was cordial. Mesut Casin, a presidential adviser at Istanbul's Yeditepe University, says Iran provides common ground, with Erdogan sharing Netanyahu's concerns over growing Iranian regional influence and Tehran's nuclear energy programme. "There has been a big transformation in relations between Turkey and Israel relations," added Casin. "This is beneficial for two sides. "Israel has a big headache with Iran. Especially Netanyahu who is very suspicious of Iranian nuclear weapons. According to Netanyahu, they are almost ready to have nuclear forces. Also, this is against the Turkish vital interest. This will be a collapse of the balance of power in the Middle East," said Casin. With Netanyahu relying on the support of political parties that some analysts describe as having hardline policies toward the Palestinians, a potential flashpoint remains. "There is, of course, the shadow of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. I think we cannot ignore it," cautioned Lindenstauss. "Any serious deterioration on the Israeli-Palestinian front will also affect Turkish public opinion and will also affect Erdogan and his statements towards Israel. "And we should be cautious because this is an issue that is a point of contention between the two countries," added Lindenstrauss. Ankara's 'change of priorities' Tuesday's visit by Israeli's National Security Minister, Itamar Ben-Gvir, accompanied by a large security detail to Jerusalem's Temple Mount, one of Islam's holiest sites, drew widespread condemnation across the Muslim world. The Turkish foreign minister, Mevlut Cavusoglu, in a telephone conversation with his Israeli counterpart, Eli Cohen, condemned the visit. But Erdogan, who in the past rarely missed an opportunity to attack Israel for similar actions, remained silent on the incident. Asli Aydintasbas of the Brookings Institution in Washington suggests Ankara's priorities may have changed. "The Palestinian issue is very much on the back burner in terms of the Turkish discussion. over the past few years. "Over the past few years, various flare-ups on the Israeli-Palestinian front have barely made it to the news in Turkey. "Traditionally, the Palestinian issue had been a litmus test for the relationship between Turkey and Israel. But I think now times are different. Turkey feels it needs Israel's support, that it has developed a strategic relationship with Israel. "The truth is, the Palestinian issue is no longer as critical or important or consequential for the leadership of the Turkish government at the moment." Regional power play Erdogan's rapprochement with Israel is part of a broader policy of improving ties in the region. Analysts point out that many of those country's leaders were uncomfortable with Erdogan's strong backing of the Palestinian cause. For now, Ankara's priorities appear to be focusing on cooperation with Israel from energy to defence. "Turkey is, again, how can I say, eager to establish military cooperation together with Israel," said Casin. "I worked with Israel in the military service. We made very good agreements between Turkey and Israel."
Jump into a conversational recap of Evergreen with the cast of Foes and Fables in preparation for next week's premiere of Campaign 2, The Chapter of Iris, the sequel campaign to Evergreen. Follow Foes and Fables: TikTok | Twitter | Instagram Follow The Cast: Tanner Azzinnaro (DM): Music | Instagram | YouTube Zach Stenzel (Kirtland Cutter IV): Twitter | Instagram | DONATE (Feed My Starving Children) David Sturges (Roman Winters): Instagram | DONATE (International Justice Mission) Nathan Augustyn (Oliver Haf): Instagram | Artwork David Beaman (Nicholas Hubert Bartholomew Olsen III): Music | Instagram Evergreen Cover Art and Character Art by Jonas Lorenzini
LetsTalkLadyShiva and A.J. talked Shiva, Barbara Gorden, a little New52, while sliding into the new year. Follow @TalkinLadyShiva on Twitter and write to us @HuntressPodcast or firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you all for the support.
Feathers and Foes reads a post from the letters' column, Words of Prey, giving our own responses to the topic of the day. Listener, did you have a response to this particular America Online Post? Write to us at www.thehuntresspodcast.com Twitter @HuntressPodcast or email@example.com
Do elves regard men as enemies? Foes? Invaders? How did the elves treat men the first time they met them? Join Jonathan, Michael, and Dan as they look at how the Noldor (surprisingly) treated men VERY differently than the Sindar!
Hell everyone! Day 19 of the Countdown, which means we have about 12 days left in the year. Join us as we talk Words of Prey. Question. What are your thoughts about the way in which The Oracle bankrolls her operation? firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter @HuntressPodcast
The San Jose Sharks dropped both games this weekend, losing 3-2 in a shootout to the LA Kings and imploding in the third to the Calgary Flames for a 5-2 loss. We start by discussing how this team continues to get no contributions from players outside of Timo Meier, Tomas Hertl, Erik Karlsson, and Logan Couture. Then look at how James Reimer almost stole the Kings' game, and how the forward lines continue to drop off behind Meier and Hertl (10:00). Finally, Kaapo Kahkonen's messy third period and their implosion to the Flames as well as Jonah Gadjovich has won my heart (18:00). Check out the podcast on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! SimpliSafe With Fast Protect™️ Technology, exclusively from SimpliSafe, 24/7 monitoring agents capture evidence to accurately verify a threat for faster police response. There's No Safe Like SimpliSafe. Visit SimpliSafe.com/LockedOnNHL to learn more. NHTSA Drive sober or get pulled over. Click HERE to learn more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Mark, Laurel and A.J. read a letter from the Words of Prey column from the 1990s and talk about it. What are your thoughts about this particular entry or our response? Write to us at www.wrightonnetwork.com or Twitter @HuntressPodcast
Feathers and Foes are sliding down the month into the new year, dare I say with style? Join us in the conversation at email@example.com We are reading the comment section of Words of Prey, letters to the editor!
Christmas a humbug?! Join the boys as they look at all sorts of winter traditions, ancient and modern, from Saturnalia shenanigans to Yule logs to "old" movies. If you like Christmas stories, check out Steven's brand new novelette, The Pedlar's Promise, and Matthew has a new novel out too, Forest of Foes! Burning a Yule log - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sw3unDRU6Eg&ab_channel=CountryDirtKid Christmas Past podcast Total Christmas podcast (from which I stole the terrible joke....) Santa or Father Christmas had been pictured with a red coat on hundreds of years before Coca-Cola, but the modern image of Santa is clearly based on the 1930's Coke adverts IMO (Steven).
Twitter CEO Elon Musk hinted Wednesday he has unearthed messages from Dr. Anthony Fauci's team urging Twitter to censor anyone who didn't comply with the federal government's official narrative on COVID-19 and the vaccines. https://bit.ly/3FuxaSb #ArtMoore #WNDNewsCenter #DrAnthonyFauci #Fauci #COVID19 #Twitter #ElonMusk #Censorship #COVIDNarrative #Vaccines #FederalGovernment #OfficialNarrative #TwitterExecs #VancouverWa #ClarkCountyWa #ClarkCountyNews #ClarkCountyToday
Who could possibly have beef with Bunker? Show Notes: Run Time: 1:31:00 Do you want to start off by talking about what happens when you break the laws of reality? Because that's what's happening here! We attempt to make up some Bunker enemies! And we succeed in doing so, but only partly? More success than not, but certainly with some things that don't go the way we expected. Which is fairly normal for us, I suppose. We also read and respond to your letters! Again, normal for us, but still notable! It's where the name of the show comes from, after all! Next week's show is a Writers' Room for a story called "Polar Express"... wait, that can't be right, can it? Seems... off. Or like we're covering ground already done by someone else. Well, regardless, we've already recorded that episode, so I hope it pans out. If you are on the Letters Page Patreon, please join us for a very special end of the year live Editor's Note on Thursday, December 22nd, at 11 AM, Central time! How special? We did say "very", but that's not particularly clear. Just know that it's at the very least special because it's the last episode of 2022, which has to be worth something, right? Anyway, we look forward to talking to you all then!
Founder of the Guardian Angels Curtis Sliwa joins Sid and "Foes" to talk about the company's celebration of Frank Sinatra's birthday, the controversy on what to call Jewish people, and Sid's friendship with the mayor. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Feathers and Foes talk the four part story that brought the super team we didn't know we needed until writer Chuck Dixon and Birds of Prey co-creator and editor, Jordan B. Gorfinkel gave it to us with some stellar art work by Gary Frank & Matt Haley. Black Canary, Oracle, the Huntress and Catwoman for an adhoc alliance that leads us to wanting more. Write to us at www.thehuntresspodcast.com
Words of Prey. A.J. and Laurel read feed back from the 90s written to the editor Jordan B. Gorfinkel. Countdown to the new year, yall! Ask us anything at www.thehuntresspodcast.com Twitter @HuntressPodcast
In Off The Bench Podcast has a new side show called Pro's and Joe's where we are talking “Friends or Foe's” with former college teammates who are now drafted and in the minors. Tonight we have Eric Reyzelman drafted by the New York Yankees and Paul Gervase with the NY Mets
Founder of the Guardian Angels and WABC Host Curtis Sliwa joins Sid and "Foes" in the Morning to talk about Sid's dinners with Eric Adams, the NY Daily News, and the homeless. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
“Have you heard about the Ship of Theseus?” We've talked about the Labyrinth. We've talked about the Beast of the Labyrinth. We've talked about the woman who navigated the Labyrinth. Now, we finally discuss the hero who gets all the credit: Theseus. Bad news, y'all. He's actually pretty cool. Owen from Through the Mist returns to talk about all the other things Theseus should be known for. Will Owen send us all into an existential crisis again? Tune in to find out.Other topics include Ancient Greek versus 2022 sensibilities, British science fiction television, not-so-extensive Dream SMP lore, DJ's gaming computer, and Foes to Bros Anime Fights (with strong homoerotic subtext). Find more of Owen!Through the Mist Pod: https://linktr.ee/through_mistSpoilers for Canterbury Tales, A Midsummer Night's Dream, and Hades.Content Warning: This episode contains mentions of and conversations about death, ghosts, the afterlife, implied sexual assault, misogyny, bestiality, animal sacrifice, human sacrifice, suicide, kidnapping, incest, self-mutilation, war, mental illness, and murder.PODCAST MERCH AVAILABLE AT MusesOfMythology.com/MerchDarien and DJ's Secular American Christmas Traditions Bonus Episode up at Bunker 9: Patreon.com/musesofmythologyAbout UsMuses of Mythology was created and co-hosted by Darien and DJ Smartt.Our music is Athens Festival by Martin Haene. Our cover art is by Audrey Miller. Find her on Instagram @bombshellnutshellartLove the podcast? Support us on Patreon and get instant access to bloopers, outtakes, and bonus episodes! Patreon.com/musesofmythologyYou can also leave us a 5-star rating and review on your favorite podcatcher at Lovethepodcast.com/musesofmythologyFind us @MusesOfMyth on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. Find all of our episodes and episode transcripts at MusesOfMythology.comSupport the show
Queue Cassie's “Me n U” because this week it is just Sofia and the Sloots! That's actually a good name if we ever decide to start a band. Anyway, Sofia is starting off strong by blindly (literally) explaining why the Venmo Friend, is the WORST friend. Next Sofia unpacks the heavy topic of dating someone struggling with mental illness and the harsh realities of it. Finally, a deep dive into why women RARELY initiate sex and how like everything else in life, it's not our fault! Notebooks out and CashApps away (unless a man is sending you money), listen up Slooties. Follow Sofia on Instagram and Twitter @SofiaFranklyn Find merch HERE: https://sofiafranklyn.com/ To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices