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Capes On the Couch - Where Comics Get Counseling

We wrap up Lantern Month with a case study in PTSD, Jessica Cruz! Lock yourself in your apartment and listen now!  Issue 167 - Jessica Cruz Intro Thanks to everyone who joined us for the watch party Background (1:56) Jessica Cruz created by Geoff Johns, Ivan Reis, Doug Mahnke, and Ethan Van Sciver in Justice League #30 (July 2014) Jessica was on a camping trip with her friends when they witnessed mobsters burying a body - the mobsters killed her friends to prevent witnesses, but Jessica escaped When she returned, she suffered from anxiety attacks and agoraphobia, and locked herself in her apartment for four years When the Crime Syndicate of Earth-3 came to the planet and Power Ring was killed, his ring found Jessica and bonded to her because of her fear - the ring took over and led to her attacking the Justice League & Doom Patrol With the help of Batman & Hal Jordan, she learned to use the ring and control it, instead of letting it control her During the Darkseid War, his daughter Grail summoned the Black Racer to kill the Flash, she managed to overtake the ring's control long enough to jump in front and attack the Black Racer - it killed the entity in the ring, and left Jessica presumably dead, until a Green Lantern ring approached her and turned her into the newest Earth Lantern Hal partners her with Simon Baz, the other new Earth Lantern, and right after they start working together, they have to take on Atrocitus and the Red Lantern Corps, who are constructing a Hell Tower on Earth - they destroy the tower, but the Rage Seed was still implanted in the Earth She joins the Justice League, and helps them take on Doctor Manhattan (unsuccessfully) Gets stranded on an outpost alone in space for a year, and managed to fight off Sinestro Corps members when they came to the station in search of supplies - she earns a yellow ring after this, and joins the Sinestro Corps as the Lantern of 2814 Issues - Theme is “You got this… but what if you don't?” (6:48) PTSD - Agoraphobia PTSD - Anxiety (13:05) PTSD - Imposter syndrome (20:41) Break (31:31) Plugs for SNEScapades, Last Sons of Krypton, and Jeremy Whitley Treatment (33:25) In-universe & out of universe are the same -  Skit (feat. Lauren from Legends of SHIELD) (39:02) DOC: Hello Jessica, I'm Dr. Issues JESS: *deep breath & exhale* Hello Doctor DOC: What can I do for you? JESS: Well to be honest I'm a little creeped out DOC: Why is that? JESS: This isn't what I expected.  Your office is… unique DOC: I have to admit I've made some recent changes.  I have to keep up with the latest breakthroughs in therapy. JESS: It looks like you may have gone backwards instead. DOC: What do you mean? JESS: Well, first of all I thought there would be a couch.  Why is there a beanbag? And what is that lavender smell? DOC: I have come to realize that the environment is very important for patients to get better.  That beanbag is warm and comforting and lavender is known to be very soothing.  But I didn't stop there.  I'm sure you've noticed that tall lamp as well. JESS: Yeah, I think that's something that I should really talk to you about. It looks like something I've been… Researching. DOC: it's part of my new concierge model.  I want to be able to dedicate myself to my patients more and in a fashion that will allow for the best results while not stressing me out.  But I apologize, I just realize I haven't really focused on why you want my help in the first place. JESS: ‘Cause I've been through some bad stuff, that's why.  And there are some serious times I feel like I can't do this at all.  DOC: Well I can't blame you for feeling that way. That's pretty common.  What does that do to you emotionally? JESS: It makes me wanna jump out of my skin sometimes.  I become a nervous wreck.  DOC: Anxiety.  Got it.  But I notice with what you have, clearly you have been managing very well for yourself. JESS: What, the ring?  That's part of the problem. Everybody thinks I have it all put together.  *Scoffs* It makes me feel like an impostor.  DOC: What's that saying, “dress for the job you want?” JESS: You're one to talk.  *Sarcasm* You don't really dress like a DOCTOR DOC: You know, I used to dress up in a full suit, but then I became more comfortable with who I am so I dress the way I want. JESS: Is that why you went with this color scheme for the office?  To match your personal preference? DOC: If you must know, I actually picked this as a compromise.  My favorite color is blue, and my daughter enjoys purple, so somewhere in between seems fitting. *pause* Why are you so fascinated with the random intricacies of my decor?  I'm supposed to get to know your situation, not the other way around. JESS: *sigh* Is it really that obvious? DOC: You have been fidgeting for quite a while, you constantly look over your shoulder, and so far all you've done is critique me to the point that if I weren't so chill about all of this I'd be insulted. JESS: Like I said I've been through a lot in my life. It pays to be safe. DOC: I don't expect you to go into details, but if you could at least identify what type of trauma you've had it would be helpful. JESS: My face, rather my EYE, gives it away.  You're not stupid. DOC: That definitely looks like a source of pain and I'm sorry.  But there's more to it than that. You seem distracted.  Is there anything else? JESS: You're definitely perceptive, I'll give you that. *grunts* I can't do this, ok? *angry* I CAN'T DO THIS DOC: Whoa! I didn't mean to get you that upset JESS: Well you did…  Not you really…but…what you're doing DOC: I'm doing my job JESS: No you're doing someone else's job, and that's what I'm trying to figure out…this could have been simple…*changes to authoritative tone* this is official green lantern corp business.  This office has been on our radar for months.  We know who comes in and out of here but lately, something has changed. *sound effect for powering up* Please provide us with the appropriate information, or I may have to use force. DOC: Well at least you're nicer than the joint commission. *sigh*OK here goes.  I've made a deal with a private equity firm… Of sorts.  It's not a complete buyout so I still have significant control.  Heck, they didn't even want money.  They just wanted my office to be able to accommodate certain situations, along with my professional expertise. JESS: Is that how you brainwashed Guy Gardner into thinking you're the best psychiatrist ever? DOC: What?  No, I JESS: * interrupting* and is that how you survived ATROCITUS without being obliterated? DOC: He just left on his own! I thought I was going to die! JESS: *phone rings* This call is important.  Don't…move… DOC: *surprisingly calm* wouldn't dream of it JESS: Hello…what? That was never supposed to happen in our lifetime…I'm not… you can't …someone else …ANYBODY else…you're asking for failure! No! * hangs up* We have to leave now! *panicked* NOW! DOC: * phone rings* apparently it's my turn JESS: I don't care…it's not that important DOC: You don't know that *answers* hello this is Dr. Issues…  I didn't realize it was you.  Yes I do think that's relevant to what's going on right now.  I guess it fits in with being audited.  Okay I'll put in the orders JESS: We don't have time for this, we have to leave.  There's a creature that can destroy us all coming here right now and he is not about making friends.  It's another lantern…  The only orange one!  DOC: *interrupting* Nope actually we have to stay. More importantly, when I tell you, you have to open that door. JESS: The closet?  You're gonna have us hide in the closet? This is ridiculous. DOC: We're not going in. He is. JESS: You're not trapping the greediest being in the universe in the closet! DOC: * deep sigh* Please understand that I am terrified right now and the only reason I'm keeping calm is that this is what happens to me when I know there are things that must be done.  So for the sake of your life, mine, and everyone that we care about, just open the door when I say so. I'm begging you. JESS: And when this doesn't work…? DOC: Then I know I will have done everything I could and I know a hero such as yourself will fight to her last breath…  But I hope it doesn't come to that. JESS: Every day is a fight.  Every moment.  The choice to get out of bed.  To eat. To smile.  Everyone takes that for granted.  And you really think I could fight that…  whatever it is when it gets here? DOC: Thank you for fighting, and winning all of those so far.  So much anxiety is about “what if,“ and you have to keep proving yourself.  The good news is there will come a day where you don't have to ask that question anymore.  Maybe today's the day. ***chant of MINE IS MINE AND MINE AND MINE AND MINE AND MINE AND MINE *** DOC: NOW! ***scream of NOOOOOOOT YOOOOOOOOOOUUUUUUURS*** *** door opens then slams shut *** JESS: What was in- DOC: *answers phone again* Yes I was already putting them in…  I think the HalJordanol should work if it's administered as an inhalant.  I'll admit I don't know what the normal vital signs should be…  Not aware of any next of kin listed.  Estimated length of stay 5 to 7 days or epochs, whatever term is appropriate. *hangs up* JESS: What did you do? DOC: It will all make sense if you open the door again. JESS: Are you insane? We can't let him-  *stops abruptly* He's not in there, is he? DOC: See for yourself JESS: *opens door* It's empty…  And it looks like a hospital room? DOC: Crisis area.  I'm not a contractor but I'm guessing there is some inter-dimensional stuff at play. JESS: Then where is he now? DOC: To be honest I don't know how to describe it, but if a hospital is the best analog, let's just say he's being held for observation with a plan to return to his residence. JESS: There is no way the Guardians authorized this DOC: I'm no expert in those types of discussions.  All I know is, I have someone who can give a proper report of a system like this working for the first time. JESS: You'll need some official documentation DOC: Right now the best I can do is my card JESS: I can't read it…  It's like it's in some sort of alien language. DOC: Yeah I actually can't read it either but for some reason I can understand it.  They messed up my name though. It says “Dr. Ishigo.” They also said that this is only for Lantern situations. JESS: I don't think that's a mistake.  DOC: Nok. Ending (50:13) Recommended reading: Green Lanterns Next episodes: Ted Anderson interview, Animal sidekicks, Kang the Conqueror Plugs for social Apple Podcasts: here Google Play: here Stitcher: here TuneIn: here iHeartRadio: here Twitter Facebook TikTok  Patreon TeePublic Discord

Comics From The Multiverse (DC Comics Podcast)
Episode 340: It's Time for Titans

Comics From The Multiverse (DC Comics Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 212:36


Welcome to Comics From The Multiverse, our DC comics podcast! Discussed this week: 0:00:00 - Intro 0:05:05 - ComiXology Top 10 0:24:52 - April SOLICITS 1:10:52 - Nightwing #100 (Tom Taylor and Bruno Redondo) 1:38:38 - Batman: One Bad Day: Bane #1 (Joshua WIliamson and Howard Porter) 1:51:56 - The Flash #791 (Jeremy Adams and Roger Cruz) 1:59:47 - Lazarus Planet: Assault on Krypton #1 2:15:33 - Batman/Superman: World's Finest #11 (Mark Waid and Dan Mora) 2:26:15 - The New Champion of Shazam #4 (Josie Campbell and Doc Shaner) 2:36:15 - Stargirl: The Lost Children #3 (Geoff Johns and Todd Nauck) 2:44:17 - Monkey Prince #10 (Gene Luen Yang and Bernard Chang) 2:51:23 - Batgirls #14 2:55:53 - GCPD: The Blue Wall #4 (John Ridley and Stefano Raffaele) 3:09:36 - PATREON: Tim Drake Robin #4 3:17:12 - PATREON: Undiscovered Country #20 3:24:26 - Picks of the Week patreon: https://www.patreon.com/mildfuzztv twitter: @DCComicsPodcast discord: https://discord.gg/8fbyCehMTy Audio: https://comicsfromthemultiverse.podbean.com/

New Books in Dance
Drew Morton, "After Midnight: Watchmen After Watchmen" (U Mississippi Press, 2022)

New Books in Dance

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 62:49


Alan Moore's and Dave Gibbons's Watchmen fundamentally altered the perception of American comic books and remains one of the medium's greatest hits. Launched in 1986—“the year that changed comics” for most scholars in comics studies—Watchmen quickly assisted in cementing the legacy that comics were a serious form of literature no longer defined by the Comics Code era of funny animal and innocuous superhero books that appealed mainly to children. After Midnight: Watchmen After Watchmen (U Mississippi Press, 2022) looks specifically at the three adaptations of Moore's and Gibbons's Watchmen—Zack Snyder's Watchmen film (2009), Geoff Johns's comic book sequel Doomsday Clock (2017), and Damon Lindelof's Watchmen series on HBO (2019). Divided into three parts, the anthology considers how the sequels, especially the limited series, have prompted a reevaluation of the original text and successfully harnessed the politics of the contemporary moment into a potent relevancy. The first part considers the various texts through conceptions of adaptation, remediation, and transmedia storytelling. Part two considers the HBO series through its thematic focus on the relationship between American history and African American trauma by analyzing how the show critiques the alt-right, represents intergenerational trauma, illustrates alternative possibilities for Black representation, and complicates our understanding of how the mechanics of the show's production can complicate its politics. Finally, the book's last section considers the themes of nostalgia and trauma, both firmly rooted in the original Moore and Gibbons series, and how the sequel texts reflect and refract upon those often-intertwined phenomena. Joel Tscherne is an Adjunct History Professor at Southern New Hampshire University and an Associate Faculty member at University of Arizona Global Campus. His Twitter handle is @JoelTscherne. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/performing-arts

New Books in Literary Studies
Drew Morton, "After Midnight: Watchmen After Watchmen" (U Mississippi Press, 2022)

New Books in Literary Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 62:49


Alan Moore's and Dave Gibbons's Watchmen fundamentally altered the perception of American comic books and remains one of the medium's greatest hits. Launched in 1986—“the year that changed comics” for most scholars in comics studies—Watchmen quickly assisted in cementing the legacy that comics were a serious form of literature no longer defined by the Comics Code era of funny animal and innocuous superhero books that appealed mainly to children. After Midnight: Watchmen After Watchmen (U Mississippi Press, 2022) looks specifically at the three adaptations of Moore's and Gibbons's Watchmen—Zack Snyder's Watchmen film (2009), Geoff Johns's comic book sequel Doomsday Clock (2017), and Damon Lindelof's Watchmen series on HBO (2019). Divided into three parts, the anthology considers how the sequels, especially the limited series, have prompted a reevaluation of the original text and successfully harnessed the politics of the contemporary moment into a potent relevancy. The first part considers the various texts through conceptions of adaptation, remediation, and transmedia storytelling. Part two considers the HBO series through its thematic focus on the relationship between American history and African American trauma by analyzing how the show critiques the alt-right, represents intergenerational trauma, illustrates alternative possibilities for Black representation, and complicates our understanding of how the mechanics of the show's production can complicate its politics. Finally, the book's last section considers the themes of nostalgia and trauma, both firmly rooted in the original Moore and Gibbons series, and how the sequel texts reflect and refract upon those often-intertwined phenomena. Joel Tscherne is an Adjunct History Professor at Southern New Hampshire University and an Associate Faculty member at University of Arizona Global Campus. His Twitter handle is @JoelTscherne. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies

New Books in Film
Drew Morton, "After Midnight: Watchmen After Watchmen" (U Mississippi Press, 2022)

New Books in Film

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 62:49


Alan Moore's and Dave Gibbons's Watchmen fundamentally altered the perception of American comic books and remains one of the medium's greatest hits. Launched in 1986—“the year that changed comics” for most scholars in comics studies—Watchmen quickly assisted in cementing the legacy that comics were a serious form of literature no longer defined by the Comics Code era of funny animal and innocuous superhero books that appealed mainly to children. After Midnight: Watchmen After Watchmen (U Mississippi Press, 2022) looks specifically at the three adaptations of Moore's and Gibbons's Watchmen—Zack Snyder's Watchmen film (2009), Geoff Johns's comic book sequel Doomsday Clock (2017), and Damon Lindelof's Watchmen series on HBO (2019). Divided into three parts, the anthology considers how the sequels, especially the limited series, have prompted a reevaluation of the original text and successfully harnessed the politics of the contemporary moment into a potent relevancy. The first part considers the various texts through conceptions of adaptation, remediation, and transmedia storytelling. Part two considers the HBO series through its thematic focus on the relationship between American history and African American trauma by analyzing how the show critiques the alt-right, represents intergenerational trauma, illustrates alternative possibilities for Black representation, and complicates our understanding of how the mechanics of the show's production can complicate its politics. Finally, the book's last section considers the themes of nostalgia and trauma, both firmly rooted in the original Moore and Gibbons series, and how the sequel texts reflect and refract upon those often-intertwined phenomena. Joel Tscherne is an Adjunct History Professor at Southern New Hampshire University and an Associate Faculty member at University of Arizona Global Campus. His Twitter handle is @JoelTscherne. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/film

New Books in American Studies
Drew Morton, "After Midnight: Watchmen After Watchmen" (U Mississippi Press, 2022)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 62:49


Alan Moore's and Dave Gibbons's Watchmen fundamentally altered the perception of American comic books and remains one of the medium's greatest hits. Launched in 1986—“the year that changed comics” for most scholars in comics studies—Watchmen quickly assisted in cementing the legacy that comics were a serious form of literature no longer defined by the Comics Code era of funny animal and innocuous superhero books that appealed mainly to children. After Midnight: Watchmen After Watchmen (U Mississippi Press, 2022) looks specifically at the three adaptations of Moore's and Gibbons's Watchmen—Zack Snyder's Watchmen film (2009), Geoff Johns's comic book sequel Doomsday Clock (2017), and Damon Lindelof's Watchmen series on HBO (2019). Divided into three parts, the anthology considers how the sequels, especially the limited series, have prompted a reevaluation of the original text and successfully harnessed the politics of the contemporary moment into a potent relevancy. The first part considers the various texts through conceptions of adaptation, remediation, and transmedia storytelling. Part two considers the HBO series through its thematic focus on the relationship between American history and African American trauma by analyzing how the show critiques the alt-right, represents intergenerational trauma, illustrates alternative possibilities for Black representation, and complicates our understanding of how the mechanics of the show's production can complicate its politics. Finally, the book's last section considers the themes of nostalgia and trauma, both firmly rooted in the original Moore and Gibbons series, and how the sequel texts reflect and refract upon those often-intertwined phenomena. Joel Tscherne is an Adjunct History Professor at Southern New Hampshire University and an Associate Faculty member at University of Arizona Global Campus. His Twitter handle is @JoelTscherne. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books Network
Drew Morton, "After Midnight: Watchmen After Watchmen" (U Mississippi Press, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 62:49


Alan Moore's and Dave Gibbons's Watchmen fundamentally altered the perception of American comic books and remains one of the medium's greatest hits. Launched in 1986—“the year that changed comics” for most scholars in comics studies—Watchmen quickly assisted in cementing the legacy that comics were a serious form of literature no longer defined by the Comics Code era of funny animal and innocuous superhero books that appealed mainly to children. After Midnight: Watchmen After Watchmen (U Mississippi Press, 2022) looks specifically at the three adaptations of Moore's and Gibbons's Watchmen—Zack Snyder's Watchmen film (2009), Geoff Johns's comic book sequel Doomsday Clock (2017), and Damon Lindelof's Watchmen series on HBO (2019). Divided into three parts, the anthology considers how the sequels, especially the limited series, have prompted a reevaluation of the original text and successfully harnessed the politics of the contemporary moment into a potent relevancy. The first part considers the various texts through conceptions of adaptation, remediation, and transmedia storytelling. Part two considers the HBO series through its thematic focus on the relationship between American history and African American trauma by analyzing how the show critiques the alt-right, represents intergenerational trauma, illustrates alternative possibilities for Black representation, and complicates our understanding of how the mechanics of the show's production can complicate its politics. Finally, the book's last section considers the themes of nostalgia and trauma, both firmly rooted in the original Moore and Gibbons series, and how the sequel texts reflect and refract upon those often-intertwined phenomena. Joel Tscherne is an Adjunct History Professor at Southern New Hampshire University and an Associate Faculty member at University of Arizona Global Campus. His Twitter handle is @JoelTscherne. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

ESO Network – The ESO Network
The Earth Station One – A Look Back At Stargirl

ESO Network – The ESO Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 81:05


Geoff Johns' Stargirl was brought to life for three seasons before succumbing to the injustice gang of WB corporate executives. Mike, Mike, Kevin Eldridge, and Joe Crowe take hold of the Cosmic Staff and survey the highs and lows of Blue Valley. All this, along with Ashley’s Box Office Buzz & Michelle's Iconic Rock Moment … The Earth Station One – A Look Back At Stargirl Read More » The post The Earth Station One – A Look Back At Stargirl appeared first on The ESO Network.

The Earth Station One Podcast
The Earth Station One Podcast - A Look Back At Stargirl

The Earth Station One Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 81:05


Geoff Johns' Stargirl was brought to life for three seasons before succumbing to the injustice gang of WB corporate executives. Mike, Mike, Kevin Eldridge, and Joe Crowe take hold of the Cosmic Staff and survey the highs and lows of Blue Valley. All this, along with Ashley's Box Office Buzz & Michelle's Iconic Rock Moment and Shout Outs. We want to hear from you! Feedback is always welcome. Please write to us at feedback@earthstationone.com and subscribe and rate the show on Apple Podcast, Stitcher Radio, Google Play, Spotify, Pandora, Amazon Music, wherever fine podcasts are found, and now we can be found on our own YouTube Channel. Links Earth Station One on Apple Podcasts Earth Station One on Stitcher Radio Earth Station One on Spotify Past Episodes of The Earth Station One Podcast The ESO Network Patreon The New ESO Network TeePublic Store ESO Network Patreon Angela's A Geek Girl's Take Ashley's Box Office Buzz Michelle's Iconic Rock Talk Show The Earth Station One Website Tifosi Optical The New Earth Station One YouTube Channel The Flopcast The DragonCon American Classics Track Bobby Nash James Palmer Sean Taylor Promos Tifosi Optics Monkeeing Around The ESO Network Patreon If you would like to leave feedback or a comment on the show please feel free to email us at feedback@earthstationone.com Special Guests: Joe Crowe and Kevin Eldridge.

Capes On the Couch - Where Comics Get Counseling

THIS EPISODE SEETHES WITH RAGE AS WE DISCUSS ATROCITUS! FEEL THE ANGER THROUGH YOUR SPEAKERS AND INTO YOUR HEART Intro Green Lantern watch party THIS SATURDAY NIGHT 8:30 PM Eastern Background (2:35) Atrocitus created by Geoff Johns and Ethan Van Sciver in Green Lantern #25 (Dec 2007) The Manhunters were created by the Guardians of the Universe to protect the universe, but they went rogue and obliterated all life in Sector 666 - Atros was one of only five survivors in the entire sector He renamed himself Atrocitus, and he and the other four survivors called themselves the Five Inversions - they performed a ritual and discovered the prophecy of the Blackest Night, which foretold the destruction of the universe at the hands of the Guardians - after attempting to defeat the Guardians, he and the Inversions were imprisoned on Ysmault Abin Sur traveled there and began questioning Atrocitus about the prophecy - he freed Atrocitus from his prison to help guide Abin to Earth, but Atrocitus broke free and attacked Abin, retconning why Abin Sur's ship crashed to Earth He then created a divining rod that led him to William Hand, aka Black Hand, but before he could kill Hand, Sinestro & Hal Jordan intervened - Hand escaped with the rod (also a retcon), and Atrocitus was returned to his prison on Ysmault While in prison, his rage helped him create the red power battery, which he used to murder his fellow Inversions, creating rings and a central battery - he used these rings and batteries to create the Red Lantern Corps, who would assault Sinestro and anyone responsible for the destruction of Sector 666 During Blackest Night, the other corps leaders bring him to his home planet, and he has a moment of grief for the loss of his family - he temporarily allies with the other spectrum corps  Made a deal with Guy and Ganthet that once Krona was defeated, Atrocitus would take possession to enact justice - although Krona was killed, Ganthet gave Atrocitus the corpse to do what he wanted with it Loses his ring to Guy Gardner, who joins the Red Lanterns as an undercover mole for Hal Jordan DC Rebirth - creates a Hell Tower on Earth to plant the Rage Seed that will birth a new Rage Entity - the tower is destroyed by Simon Baz & Jessica Cruz, but Dex-Starr managed to deliver the seed before the tower was destroyed Issues - Theme is the pain & rage cycle (9:36) Ruby - why would a psychologist go straight to rage? Ruby - Rage in dealing with loss (16:04) Really the only Red Lantern capable of thought - how does that affect his rage, and does it mean it's capable of being tamed? (23:11) Break (29:53) Plugs for Geek Peak, Bedknobs & Broomflicks, and Jordan Blum Treatment (31:11) In-universe - Attempt hemodialysis on Atrocitus Out of universe - Minus the powers, he's a very angry man raging at the world because of his loss (33:15) Skit (39:19) Hello Atros, I'm Dr - ATROCITUS AND YOU ARE NO DOCTOR *Gulp* Hello Atrocitus, I'm Dr - I SAID YOU ARE NO DOCTOR TO ME. I do not recognize your title, only the title of MASTER OF RAGE HOLDS ANY MEANING TO THOSE WHO SUBSCRIBE TO the power it provides. *pause* Um…I mean, I can't lie, man. I'm here as an…um…professional…to -YOU ARE WASTING TIME, Doctor Issues.  *Rapid* I'm here to make sure you don't destroy all of existence because you are so powerful and mad and I don't want to offend you but I need to do my job so please just let me…Atrocitus…sir -I HATE WHINERS. WHINING is the provenance of those too incompetent to comprehend the veracity of the world and TOO WEAK TO COMPEL THE CHANGE REQUIRED to bring JUSTICE to those who would cause DESTRUCTION AND PAIN TO THE INNOCENT. *exasperated* OH COME ON! I'm doing my best here. Just tell me why you're so angry. -*seething* EEEEEEEVVVVVVVERRRRRYTHIIIIIIIING IS WRONG! Okay, but - DO NOT QUESTION ME, Doctor Issues. I HAVE SEEN THINGS your mere mortal brain IS INCAPABLE OF MAKING SENSE OF I want to make it right -YOU ARE TOO WEAK TO DO ANYTHING, Doctor Issues.  Ouch, dude. I'm not against you -THEN WHO SENT YOU?  The…um…if I tell you, you'll be…cross…er…like, more than now…or something -YOU CONSPIRE WITH MY ENEMIES! I have seen this coming, once I allowed my brain to acknowledge the TRUCE BETWEEN MY DESTINY AND REALITY You're projecting, which can get you in troub -DO NOT USE PSYCHOLOGICAL JARGON ON ME, Doctor Issues. But it's proper…oh man, this is much harder than usual…look, the way you come across, I usually try to offer something to help calm down. Can I do that? -WHAT? THERE IS NO CALM HERE. If you create an alliance with those aligned against me, Doctor Issues, THEN YOUR BLOOD WILL STAIN THE COSMOS FOR ETERNITY! I WILL SEND YOUR CORPSE TO A FAR AWAY STAR SYSTEM, and when they come to search for you, Doctor Issues, I will ASSAULT THE SHIP, rip open the cockpit doors, and DESTROY THE PILOTS WHO MADE THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE. Some people…not necessarily you, but SOME OTHER people…might consider that a bit…paranoid? -I'M NOT PARANOID! I KNOW THAT OTHERS ARE AFTER ME BECAUSE I'VE GONE AFTER THEM FIRST. That doesn't sound healthy either. Your blood pressure must be through the roof. -MY DIASTOLIC GOES TO INFINITYYYYYYY But that's the lower numb…that's not poss…you're just…what? -DO NOT DOUBT THE POWER OF THE RED LANTERNS. WE HAVE FORSEEN THE DESTRUCTION OF YOUR GALAXY AND IT TURNS CRIMSON WITH THE BLOOD OF YOUR DESCENDANTS. THERE IS NO ESCAPE FOR YOU THIS TIIIIIIIIIMMMMMMEEEEE I…are you even listening to yourself? -MY EARS ARE OPEN AND MY EYES ARE NOT OF THIS WORLD. I hear the voices of THOSE WARRIORS who seek a connection with the ULTIMATE POWER.  Alright, I will stop you right there. You may kill me for this but you are NOT MAKING SENSE. -*pause, surprising calm but still intense* This world, and everything you know about it is not ready for the final meeting of powers you can't understand. *back to full intensity* ONLY THE RED LANTERNS MAY BREATH THE AIR THAT SMELLS OF COMBAT, AND WASH AWAY THE DISGRACE OF THOSE THAT CAME BEFORE US.  That sounds nightmarish -NIGHTMARES ARE THE BEST PART OF MY DAY! I…can't match your intensity, so I won't try. I have to admit, I feel lost in your presence. That's not a good sign. I may have to seek a consult from someone else -THERE IS NO ONE ELSE TO PROVIDE FOR YOUR SALVATION. I WILL GIVE YOU THE DIVINE BLESSING OF THE BLOOD PROPHECY *vomit sound* Ew…you puked on me?! Is this blood? YOU PUKED BLOOD ON ME? *psychedelic/ambient music* I…do you see it too? What is this? You're…you're a tortured soul. You've been through so much. I'm sorry. I wish you had known help is out there…it's always there. -THIS IS NOT HOW IT WORKS! YOU SHOULD HAVE BEEN DISINTEGRATED INTO THE MADNESS OF ATROCITUS. IF YOU HAVE SURVIVED…*quieter* then your journey is not at an end…your mind will travel, to parts unknown. My vision fades…THERE ARE OTHERS…YOU DO NOT KNOW THEM…BUT THEY ARE…OF YOU…*surprisingly quiet* and they make me…tame. I'm understanding more now, but still confused, and you're still here -NO, THIS IS NOT MY DOING. MY COMPLACENCY WILL ONLY LEAD TO THE DESTRUC OF MORE WORLDS IF I DO NOT GATHER MY ARMY, AND RECONSTITUTE MY RAGE. THIS OFFICE IS A CAGE, AND I WILL NOT LET YOUR WEAPON CONTINUE TO WEAKEN ME.  I don't have any weapons! -YOUR HEART…IT BEATS WITH THE FORBIDDEN LIGHT. YOU SAY NOTHING…*quiet, twinge of fear* but your presence speaks evvvvverything. Um…thanks? -YOU WILL NOT HOLD MEEEEEEEEE *RUNNING, CRASH THROUGH DOOR* *pause* Seriously What the hell was that?!!! I should be dead five times over…and he looked like he was scared of me? I've had a calming effect before, but this is ridiculous! *phone rings* Hello? Yeah, sorry! I forgot about this call! Thank you so much, I just had the most unique patient…well, I can't divulge who, but…how did you know that? Yeah, and the one before? You can help? Ok, we'll talk about equity tomorrow. If you can assist with these lanterns, I'd be so appreciative. And put a contingency in for door accommodations. Ok. Bye. Ending (49:42) Recommended reading: Red Lanterns Next episodes: Jessica Cruz, Ted Anderson interview, Animal sidekicks Plugs for social References: The Noid - Anthony (54:30) Music by ShidenBeatsMusic from Pixabay Apple Podcasts: here Google Play: here Stitcher: here TuneIn: here iHeartRadio: here Twitter Facebook TikTok  Patreon TeePublic Discord

Podcast EL SÓTANO DEL PLANET (PODCAST SUPERMAN)
Programa 236 - ESDP 2.0 - Superman: Secret Origin (El análisis definitivo)

Podcast EL SÓTANO DEL PLANET (PODCAST SUPERMAN)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 116:22


Aquí os ofrecemos nuestro primer "Live Podcast" en el que analizamos con todo detalle el cómic «Superman: Secret Origin», guionizado por Geoff Johns y dibujado por Gary Frank. Esta serie de seis números publicada entre 2009 y 2010 trató de consolidar un nuevo origen para el Superman del cómic aunque pese a ser un cómic muy esperado en la época, por diferentes motivos quedó un poco enterrado en el olvido en especial por el reinicio de casi todas las colecciones en 2011 de la mano del desdichado New 52. ❇️ Si quieres saber más de El Sótano de Planet os dejamos todos los enlaces de interés: 🔷 WEB: www.ElSotanoDelPlanet.com 🔷 PÓDCAST IVOOX: https://www.ivoox.com/podcast-podcast-el-sotano-del-planet-podcast-superman_sq_f173777_1.html 🔷 TWITCH: https://www.twitch.tv/elsotanodelplanet 🔷 YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVezUEZeVU2pDJvQ0NFM6CQ 🔷 INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/elsotanodelplanet/ 🔷 FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/ElSotanoDelPlanet 🔷 TWITTER: https://twitter.com/SotanoPlanet 🔷 DISCORD: https://discord.gg/qtarkDZpyB (Si no funciona la invitación, solicitadlo por redes sociales y os ofreceremos la nueva invitación activa) 🔷 E-MAIL: ElSotanoDelPlanet@gmail.com 🔷 PÓDCAST ITUNES: https://podcasts.apple.com/es/podcast/podcast-el-s%C3%B3tano-del-planet-podcast-superman/id1041625748 🔷 PÓDCAST SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/1nlF54BDI8dsIxo6Az51zK?si=5XQJoWR1Rq6kN-FMo9RN2g 🔷 PÓDCAST ANTIGUOS: https://go.ivoox.com/sq/1136166

Fumetti & Dintorni
Supereroi le leggende DC 91 [Fumetti & dintorni #0611]

Fumetti & Dintorni

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 3:44


Supereroi le leggende DC 91 "Justice League: Darkseid war parte 2", scritto da Geoff Johns, disegnato da Francis Manapul, Jason Fabok, Oscar Jimenez, Paul Pelletier e Ivan Reis, edito da RCS. Mi trovi anche su Instagram www.instagram.com/fumetti.e.dintorni/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fumetti-e-dintorni/message

Absolute Geek Podcast: a Nerd Podcast | Sci-Fi | Comics | Movies | Comedy | Geek | Music | TV Shows | Entertainment |Dungeons
SNS EP 20: Dana White Preps His Wife For Power Slap, And The Joker IS Pregnant...Welcome To 2023!

Absolute Geek Podcast: a Nerd Podcast | Sci-Fi | Comics | Movies | Comedy | Geek | Music | TV Shows | Entertainment |Dungeons

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 189:46


The summer air is crisp with the smell of something special. Join the crew of the newest and hottest comic podcast sweeping through YouTube faster than that burning sensation you got from the one-night stand back in the day. Saturday Night Special is here to fill you in on everything happening in the world of comics with news, reviews, and our opinionated view. In this episode, we are talking about Greg Capullo jumping ship to Marvel, Geoff John adapting Geiger comic to tv, Marvel cancels The Hulk after 14 issues, Dana White Puts hands on his wife, The Joker is pregnant or is he, We got all of this and so much more as we give our best and worst covers of the week, Top 5 Cliff Chiang covers, War Movies, Anima news and our interview with Paper Girls artist Cliff Chiang.

The (Not So) New 52
Episode #69: NICE

The (Not So) New 52

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 113:50


Welcome to the (Not So) New 52, a real-time retrospective of DC Comics' New 52 imprint! Discussed this week: 0:00:00 - Intro 0:03:36 - Justice League #15 (Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis) 0:11:27 - Aquaman #15 (Geoff Johns and Paul Pelletier) 0:20:24 - Backup Stories & Bonus Comics 0:22:19 - Batman: Men of Worship / Red Light, Green Light (Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV and Jock) 0:29:53 - Detective Comics: Seeds & Dirt / Love in Bloom (John Layman and Andy Clarke) 0:35:36 - Action Comics: Star Light, Star Bright (Sholly Fisch and Chris Sprouse) 0:40:54 - Action Comics: For My Next Trick... (Sholly Fisch and Chris Sprouse) 0:45:32 - All-Star Western: Tomahawk (Justin Gray, Jimmy Palmiotti and Phil Winslade) 0:52:14 - G.I. Combat: The Unknown Soldier (Justin Gray, Jimmy Palmiotti and Staz Johnson) 1:00:58 - Sword of Sorcery: Beowulf (Tony Bedard and Jesus Saiz) 1:10:13 - Justice League: Shazam! (Geoff Johns and Gary Frank) 1:19:02 - End of Year Retrospective 1:51:30 - Next Week's Books patreon: https://www.patreon.com/mildfuzztv twitter: @DCComicsPodcast discord: https://discord.gg/8fbyCehMTy audio link: https://the-not-so-new-52.pinecast.co/ video link: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLu70d0W3I5cZzQUPH0CUbF64E2f4oMysw

Funnybooks with Aron and Paulie
Funnybooks Chats the DAWN OF THE DCU!

Funnybooks with Aron and Paulie

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 56:10


Batman/Spawn #1 Dark Crisis on Infinite Earths #7 (and Big Bang) DCeased: War of the Undead Gods #5 Danger Street #1 Invincible Iron Man #1 Thanos: Death Notes #1 Junkyard Joe #3

Comics From The Multiverse (DC Comics Podcast)
Episode 336: Dark Crisis Ends

Comics From The Multiverse (DC Comics Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 135:54


Welcome to Comics From The Multiverse, our DC comics podcast! Discussed this week: 0:00:00 - Intro 0:26:54 - ComiXology Top 10 0:35:57 - Dark Crisis #7 (Joshua Williamson) 0:57:55 - Nightwing #99 (Tom Taylor and Bruno Redondo & Geraldo Borges) 1:12:01 - The Flash #789 (Jeremy Adams and Fernando Pasarin) 1:19:04 - Batman Vs Robin #4 (Mark Waid and Mahmud Asrar & Scott Godlewski) 1:29:32 - Batman/Superman: World's Finest #10 (Mark Waid and Dan Mora) 1:42:12 - Stargirl: The Lost Children #2 (Geoff Johns and Todd Nauck) 1:51:38 - GCPD: The Blue Wall #3 (John Ridley and Stefano Raffaele) 1:59:35 - DCeased: War of the Undead Gods #5 (Tom Taylor and Trevor Hairsine & Neil Edwards) 2:07:34 - Picks of the Week patreon: https://www.patreon.com/mildfuzztv twitter: @DCComicsPodcast discord: https://discord.gg/8fbyCehMTy Audio: https://comicsfromthemultiverse.podbean.com/

Rabbitt Stew Comics
Episode 383

Rabbitt Stew Comics

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 164:30


March 2023 Solicitations Part 2 Comic Reviews: DC Dark Crisis on Infinite Earths 7 by Joshua Williamson, Rafa Sandoval, Giuseppe Camuncoli, Jackson Herbert, Daniel Sampere, Cam Smith, Romulo Fajardo Jr, Matt Herms, Alex Guimaraes, Alejandro Sanchez Batman vs. Robin 4 by Mark Waid, Scott Godlewski, Mahmud Asrar, Jordie Bellaire Marvel Dark Web: Ms. Marvel 1 by Sabir Pirzada, Francesco Mortarino, Dono Sanchez Almara Mary Jane and Black Cat 1 by Jed MacKay, Michael Dowling, Vincenzo Carratu, Brian Reber X-Men Annual 2022 by Steve Foxe, Andrea Di Vito, Sebastian Cheng Infinity Comics Avengers Unlimited Spider-Verse Unlimited Alligator Loki Dark Horse Groo: Gods Against Groo 1 by Sergio Aragones, Mark Evanier, Stan Sakai Witcher: The Ballad of Two Wolves 1 by Bartosz Sztybor, Miki Montllo Boom All-New Firefly: Big Damn Finale 1 by David Booher, Simona Di Gianfelice IDW Dead Seas 1 by Cavan Scott, Nick Brokenshire Star Trek: Strange New Worlds - The Illyrian Enigma 1 by Mike Johnson, Kirsten Beyer, Megan Levens, Charlie Kirchoff Dynamite Jennifer Blood Presents: Giulietta Romeo Hitwoman by Fred Van Lente, Robert Carey Savage Winter Tales by David Avallone, Scott Wilson, Eman Cassalos, Max Fuchs, Hamish Munroe-Cook, Mariano Benitiz Chapo Scout Ghost Planet 1 by Jeffrey Burandt, Sean Von Gorman OGNs Legend of Korra: Patterns in Time A Christmas Carol: A Ghost Story The Night that Changed the Life of Elisa Scrooge Ray's OGN Corner of the Week: House Cat Trouble by Mason Dickerson Additional Reviews: Catwoman by Ed Brubaker, Fablemans News: Ryan Ottley heading back to creator-owned land, Glenn vs. HBO Max, new Avatar Cycle with an Earth Avatar, Planet of the Apes by David Walker, surprise sequel to one of the greatest Christmas stories of all time, Luther returns Trailers: Doctor Who Comics Countdown: Kroma #2 by Lorenzo De Felici Stargirl: The Lost Children #2 by Geoff Johns, Todd Nauck, Matt Herms Nightwing #99 by Tom Taylor, Geraldo Borges, Bruno Redondo, Caio Filipe, Adriano Lucas Junkyard Joe #3 by Geoff Johns, Gary Frank, Brad Anderson Something is Killing the Children #27 by James Tynion IV, Werther Dell'Edera, Miquel Muerto Traveling to Mars #2 by Mark Russell, Roberto Meli Rogue Sun #9 by Ryan Parrott, Abel, Natalia Marques Dark Crisis on Infinite Earths #7 by Joshua Williamson, Rafa Sandoval, Giuseppe Camuncoli, Jackson Herbert, Daniel Sampere, Cam Smith, Romulo Fajardo Jr, Matt Herms, Alex Guimaraes, Alejandro Sanchez Groo: Gods Against Groo #1 by Sergio Aragones, Mark Evanier, Stan Sakai I Hate Fairyland #2 by Skottie Young, Brett Bean, Jean-Francois Beaulieu

Hall of Justice
315. Geoff Johns

Hall of Justice

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 55:48


Geoff Johns is an award-winning New York Times bestselling writer, film, and television producer, and showrunner, known for re-imagining superheroes and other iconic mythologies, past and present. He came on the podcast to talk about Stargirl, the WB DC Show that recently aired its series finale, and we reviewed it on last weeks show. Johns created the Stargirl character in the comics as a tribute to his late sister who died tragically in a plane crash. Johns began his career as an intern, and then an associate producer for legendary director Richard Donner. He wrote many iconic comic books including Infinite Crisis, Blackest Knight, Green Lantern: Rebirth, and The Flash: Rebirth. He served as Chief Creative Officer (CCO) of DC Entertainment from 2010 to 2018 and as President and CCO from 2016 to 2018. He worked on various Arrowverse shows, including Arrow, The Flash, and Batwoman, among others. Johnss best-known work in television is the critically acclaimed Stargirl series which he created and ran. Some of his film credits include Wonder Woman (executive producer), Wonder Woman 1984 (also co-writer), Aquaman (also story), and Shazam! (executive producer), which was based on his graphic novel. Follow Geoff Johns on social media @geoffjohns.

The (Not So) New 52
Episode #68: NAUGHTY

The (Not So) New 52

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 108:27


Welcome to the (Not So) New 52, a real-time retrospective of DC Comics' New 52 imprint! Discussed this week: 0:00:00 - Intro 0:02:34 - Nightwing #15 (Kyle Higgins and Eddy Barrows) 0:10:27 - Red Hood and the Outlaws #15 (Scott Lobdell and Timothy Green II) 0:18:25 - Supergirl #15 (Mike Johnson and Mahmud Asrar) 0:26:19 - Green Lantern #15 (Geoff Johns and Doug Mahnke) 0:34:31 - Green Lantern: New Guardians #15 (Tony Bedard and Aaron Kuder) 0:42:44 - Catwoman #15 (Ann Nocenti and Rafa Sandoval) 0:50:19 - Batwoman #15 (J.H. Williams III and W. Haden Blackman, Trevor McCarthy) 0:58:29 - Birds of Prey #15 (Duane Swierczynski and Juan Jose Ryp) 1:06:49 - DC Universe Presents #15 (Marc Andreyko and Robson Rocha, Eduardo Pansica) 1:14:53 - Wonder Woman #15 (Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang) 1:22:16 - Blue Beetle #15 (Tony Bedard and Scott McDaniel) 1:30:05 - Legion of Super-Heroes #15 (Paul Levitz and Francis Portela) 1:36:50 - Sword of Sorcery #3 (Christy Marx and Aaron Lopresti) 1:45:46 - Next Week's Books patreon: https://www.patreon.com/mildfuzztv twitter: @DCComicsPodcast (Use #New52) discord: https://discord.gg/8fbyCehMTy audio link: https://the-not-so-new-52.pinecast.co/ video link: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLu70d0W3I5cZzQUPH0CUbF64E2f4oMysw

The Comic Source Podcast
12 Days Of The Comic Source with Todd Nauck

The Comic Source Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 28:49


Jace welcomes Todd Nauck back to the show. They chat about his collaborator and legendary comic writer Peter David. Todd's current ongoing with Geoff Johns, Stargirl: The Lost Children which follows up on the Star Girl Spring Break Special. Also Todd gives some insight into character design and composition for covers versus sequential interiors.

Hall of Justice
314. Stargirl Series REVIEW (SPOILERS)

Hall of Justice

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 48:48


Warning: Do not listen to this episode unless you have seen the Warner Bros. DC CW Series, "Stargirl" or do not mind hearing key plot points. Stargirl recently ended its 3-season run. It started on the app DC Universe, and then went to both HBO Max and ultimately the CW. Stargirl was based on the comic book of the same name created by Geoff Johns. Rejoining the show to discuss all 3 seasons was actor Nelson Lee. It is Nelsons second appearance on the podcast. He came on Episode 187 to discuss the show when Season 1 was on the DC app. He played Dragon King in eight episodes spread across three seasons. During this episode, Lee breaks down the final run of Stargirl and discussed working with the various cast members. They also talk about Lees superhero fandom and his upbringing both in Taiwan and northeast Canada.

The Secret Origins of Mint Condition
106. Joe's Comics Corner: Geoff Johns Flash Run with Guest Keith Tarnowski

The Secret Origins of Mint Condition

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 85:00


When we are talking about The Fastest Man Alive there are few--if none--who can keep up with him. But perhaps one mere mortal can "run" with The Flash? Someone who channels "the creative force" to bring all Flash Fans the "runs" they love and treasure? In this latest segment of Joe's Comics Corner, join your hosts Keith and Joe as they catch up to legendary Flash scribe Geoff Johns. How do you follow Mark Waid's Flash Run? Easy. You run faster! Speeding from Wonderland to Rogues' War, racing between Keystone and Central City, traversing a gauntlet of cold guns, weather wands, living tar, sentient shrapnel, and eight hundred-pound gorillas, Johns runs Wally through a physical and emotional marathon of murder, mystery, and mayhem! Catch your breath, and try and keep up, as we draft behind Geoff Johns' five-year run on The Flash!

Comic Geek Speak Podcast - The Best Comic Book Podcast

One more old school episode before the year concludes! Bryan, Peter, Shane, Kevin and Pants give us all a World of Toys, followed by discussions including How much is your comic collection worth?; Growing up with G.I.Joe; CGS History; Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special; Indiana Jones; Sense 8; first episode of For All Mankind; Discovering new works from beloved creators; Adventures of Captain America with Kevin Maguire; the great Alphabetizing Comic Book Titles debate; reviewing the New Golden Age oneshot by Geoff Johns; Avatar; Christopher Nolan movies; and more! (2:11:36)

First Print - Podcast comics de référence
Front Page : l'actualité comics de décembre 2022 #1 (sur 3) !

First Print - Podcast comics de référence

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 120:36


Comme à notre habitude, nous revenons pour le premier des trois Front Page de ce dernier mois de l'année. Qui est donc l'un des derniers Front Page de cette année, déjà, hé oui. Au programme, une émission de deux bonnes heures pour laquelle nous avons apprêtées nos plus belles voix (non) et préparé nos meilleures vannes (oui) pour un bon moment (mais si, mais si) à passer en notre compagnie !   L'actualité comics de la fin d'année  Il y a toujours autant de choses à dire sur l'actualité comics, qu'il s'agisse des annonces de parutions pour le début d'année prochaine ou du feuilleton toujours plus rocambolesque de l'univers DC au cinéma. En somme, plein de choses à discutailler, vous connaissez la formule - et l'appréciez, on l'espère ! Si c'est le cas, on vous bassine avec mais c'est IMPORTANT : faites le savoir, partagez les podcasts, parlez de nos émissions à votre entourage, et si vous le pouvez soutenez-nous sur notre page Tipeee pour assurer à First Print une longue vie. Bonne écoute et à bientôt pour la suite !  Le Programme  COMICS - 01:45  A soutenir en ce moment : Refuge(s) de Laurent Lefeuvre,   Flying Cats, nouvelle créa' originale à venir chez Kinaye  Marjorie Finnigan et Sept Lames au programme 2023 de Black River Comics  L'arrivée des Superman Chronicles et JSA Chronicles chez Urban Comics  Urban Comics met Geoff Johns à l'honneur en mars 2023  Une nouvelle augmentation de prix à venir chez Panini Comics  The Ambassadors, le nouveau Millar avec une pelletée d'invités  Un relaunch de Doctor Strange par Jed MacKay et Pasqual Ferry  Jeff va avoir droit à son one-shot  DC annonce Superman : Lost par Christopher Priest et Carlo Pagulayan  TV - 1:00:15  IDW annonce le développement de six séries TV   Disney+ devrait réduire la quantité de contenus originaux dans les années à venir  Batwheels est renouvelée pour une seconde saison  Le premier teaser vidéo de Gen V est en ligne  Le jeu vidéo Hellboy : Web of Wyrd annoncé aux Games Awards 2022  Suicide Squad : Kill the Justice League arrivera en mai 2023  CINEMA - 1:30:55  Marjorie Finnigan en voie d'adaptation par Ruben Fleischer (Venom)  Transformers : Rise of the Beasts se dévoile avec un premier trailer  Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 présente une première bande-annonce  Le grand bordel de nouveau chez DC Studios ? Pas de Wonder Woman 3, une feuille de route qui ‘ne fera pas plaisir à tout le monde' selon James Gunn    Soutenez First Print - Podcast Comics de Référence sur Tipeee

The Superhero Show Show
#458: The Top 46 Shows of the Year

The Superhero Show Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 97:25


The Superhero Show Show #458The Top 46 Shows of the YearThe Taste Buds countdown the top 46 shows of the year, along with saying goodbye to Stargirl, and hello to Doom Patrol!On an all-new, all-different episode of the Superhero Show Show, the Taste Buds are giving away the final Shushie of the season, the one for Show of the Year! Instead of announcing the five nominees and one winner, like they do for the other awards, the Taste Buds have collectively counting down all 46 shows that released at least an episode in the last 46 months. 9 MCU shows. 2 non-MCU Marvel shows. 7 Netflix shows. 7 Arrowverse shows. Four Walking Deads and two Boys. They're all here, and all ranked. Even Batwheels. Patreon members will hear the bottom 18 read off on the bonus segment, while everyone else will get the top 28 on the show proper.But before the Taste Buds reveal the number one show of the year, they have to say goodbye to one of their favorite shows of all time. Another casualty of the CW buyout, Stargirl ended its three season run this week. Tune in to hear the Friends talk about the series finale, the legacy of the series as a whole, and whether or not they think these characters might show up on other shows.Finally, Ryan sits down with Paul from the podcast Waiting for Doom. They discuss Paul's all-encompassing Doom Patrol fandom, the team's journey from page to screen, and some of their hopes and predictions for the next year.Make sure subscribe, rate, and review Waiting for Doom, and follow the pod @WFDpod on Twitter!All of that, plus reviews and discussions on all of the other shows this week, including the Warrior Nun season finale, and the fourth season premiere of Doom Patrol!TV EPISODES AND FILMS DISCUSSED:DOOM PATROL #401Watch Doom Patrol on HBO MaxClick here to listen to the Taste Buds discuss the season three premiere of Doom Patrol!STARGIRL #313Watch Stargirl on The CW"Frenemies - Chapter Thirteen: The Reckoning" - (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) (TV-PG, V) (HDTV)THE FINAL SHOWDOWN - Courtney (Brec Bassinger) and the JSA find themselves in the fight of their lives against their biggest threat yet. Luke Wilson, Amy Smart, Yvette Monreal, Anjelika Washington, Cameron Gellman, Trae Romano, Meg DeLacy, Hunter Sansone, Alkoya Brunson and Joel McHale also star. Walter Carlos Garcia directed the episode written by Geoff Johns (#313). Original airdate 12/7/2022. Every episode of DC'S STARGIRL will be available to stream on The CW App and CWTV.com the day after broadcast for free and without a subscription, log-in or authentication required.Click here to listen to Mike talk to Shawn from the Stargirl Aftershow podcast!

Another Relaunch
Episode 111: Nubia & the Justice League #1, Strange #8, Guardians of the Galaxy vol 3 trailer and More!

Another Relaunch

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 50:37


Updates 8:24 Guardians of the Galaxy vol 3 trailer Comics 16:08 Nubia & the Justice League #1 (Michael Conrad and Becky Cloonan and Amancay Nahvelpan) 18:24 Captain America: Symbol of Truth (Tochi Onyebuchi and IG Guara) 22:28 Strange #8 (Jed MacKay and Marcelo Ferreira and Stefano Landini) Mentions: The Justice Society #1 (Geoff Johns and Mikal Janin) AR Club: Wolverine and the X-Men ep 11-13 [26:14] Relaunch: LZ Superhero relaunch [35:46]

Word Balloon Comics Podcast
Geoff Johns On Stargirl JSA Junkyard Joe TV Film and More

Word Balloon Comics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 57:29


As The CW Stargirl Show warps up, Geoff talks about the last season and series as a whole. Plus we discuss his new DC books about Courtney and The JSA plus TV and film stuff. We also talk about his new Image Book with Gary Frank Junkyard Joe.

DC TV Podcasts
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Stargirl Series Finale Post-Mortem – Brec Bassinger & Geoff Johns

DC TV Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 19:25


WARNING: This interview includes FULL SPOILERS from the series finale of DC's Stargirl! The Stargirl series finale has officially aired on The CW, bringing a conclusion to the popular DC TV teen drama after three incredible seasons of Courtney Whitmore and the Justice Society of America. In this exclusive interview with The Flash Podcast, Andy […] The post EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Stargirl Series Finale Post-Mortem – Brec Bassinger & Geoff Johns appeared first on DC TV Podcasts.

The Flash Podcast
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Brec Bassinger & Geoff Johns Breaks Down Stargirl Series Finale

The Flash Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 19:26


WARNING: This interview includes FULL SPOILERS from the series finale of DC's Stargirl! The Stargirl series finale has officially aired on The CW, bringing a conclusion to the popular DC TV teen drama after three incredible seasons of Courtney Whitmore and the Justice Society of America. In this exclusive interview with The Flash Podcast, Andy Behbakht is joined by Brec Bassinger and showrunner Geoff Johns as they break down the emotionally charged Stargirl series finale, how season 4 was close to happening, and a lot more. The interview is available in both audio and video format, with the interview published on DC TV Podcasts' YouTube channel. DISCLAIMER: Please do NOT reproduce the interview or break up pieces through screenshots or screen recording of the video version of the interview. We request that you link to our original article and video when using it on other platforms. DC'S STARGIRL “Frenemies – Chapter Thirteen: The Reckoning” — (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) (TV- PG, V) (HDTV) THE FINAL SHOWDOWN — Courtney (Brec Bassinger) and the JSA find themselves in the fight of their lives against their biggest threat yet. Luke Wilson, Amy Smart, Yvette Monreal, Anjelika Washington, Cameron Gellman, Trae Romano, Meg DeLacy, Hunter Sansone, Alkoya Brunson and Joel McHale also star. Walter Carlos Garcia directed the episode written by Geoff Johns (#313). Original airdate 12/7/2022. Every episode of DC'S STARGIRL will be available to stream on The CW App and CWTV.com the day after broadcast for free and without a subscription, log-in or authentication required. ICYMI NOTES: The Flash Season 9 Premiere Date & Synopsis Released Batwoman Star Javicia Leslie To Appear As "Mystery Character" In The Flash Season 9 The Flash Season 9 Promotes Jon Cor's Chillblaine To Series Regular The Flash Taps The 100's Richard Harmon As New Captain Boomerang EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: The Flash Boss Eric Wallace Breaks Down Season 8 Finale & Season 9 Teases | (Audio Version) | (Video Version) Missed TFP Episode 300? Listen To It Now! EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Brec Bassinger Previews Stargirl Season 3 & Teases Crossovers Find The Flash Podcast on: Social Media: Facebook – @TheFlashPodcast – Instagram Subscribe: Apple Podcasts – Stitcher Radio – YouTube – DC TV Podcasts – Google Podcasts – iHeartRadio – Spotify – Amazon Music – Podchaser – TuneIn – Podcast Index Contact: TheFlashPodcast@gmail.com Support: TeePublic Store

Stargirl Aftershow
Frenemies Chapter 13 - The Reckoning w/ Geoff Johns

Stargirl Aftershow

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 139:25


It's the series finale of #DCStargirl and there's SO MUCH to discuss! We break down the episode AND speak to Geoff Johns about deleted scenes, finding Brec, the end of the show and more!Remember you can follow Stargirl Aftershow on Instagram and Twitter: @StargirlPodWE HAVE MERCH AVAILABLE! Just go to stargirlaftershow.com/shop! Stargirl Aftershow is available on Apple Podcasts, Google, Spotify and Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts! Just search for “Stargirl Aftershow” on your favorite platform, or visit https://linktr.ee/stargirlpod for direct links to each service.We're also part of the Fandom Limb podcast network… you can find tons of great TV/Film/Nerd podcasts at www.FandomLimb.com And, of course, you can visit our website, https://www.StargirlAftershow.com for the latest episodes, news and supplemental materials all in one place!If you have questions for cast or crew, you can reach out to us via Twitter, (@StargirlPod) via email (stargirlaftershow@gmail.com) or via the contact us link on our website!‘Raise to Heavens' by Rafael Krux (orchestralis.net) – Used with permission.

Raging Bullets
Raging Bullets Episode 674 : A DC Comics Fan Podcast

Raging Bullets

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 69:30


Episode 674: Wildcats, Stargirl Lost Children, Punchline Gotham Game: Sean and Jim look at some recent DC favorites with Wildcats 1, Stargirl : Lost Children 1, and Punchline Gotham Game 2 Speeding Bullets: Returns next week Upcoming: Justice Society of America, Blue Beetle Graduation Day, Kal El Returns Contact Info (Social Media and Gaming): https://ragingbullets.com/about/ Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/401332833597062/ Show Notes: 0:00 Show opening, http://www.heroinitiative.org, http://cbldf.org/,http://www.DCBService.com, http://www.Instocktrades.com, show voicemail line 1-440-388-4434 or drnorge on Skype, and more.   3:00 WILDCATS 1 24:50 Stargirl Lost Children 46:00 Punchline Gotham Game 1:05:00 Closing We'll be back in a week with more content.  Check our website, Twitter and our Facebook group for regular updates.

Comics From The Multiverse (DC Comics Podcast)
Episode 333: Back to the Golden Age

Comics From The Multiverse (DC Comics Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 143:00


Welcome to Comics From The Multiverse, our DC comics podcast! Discussed this week: 0:00:00 - Intro  0:01:57 - ComiXology Top 10 0:15:39 - News 0:23:59 - Justice Society of America #1 (Geoff Johns and MIkel Janin) 0:42:07 - Detective Comics Annual 2022 (Ram V and Rafael Albuquerque, Christopher Mitten & Hayden Sherman) 1:03:56 - Nightwing Annual 2022 (Tom Taylor and Eduardo Pansica) 1:28:01 - Superman: Kal El Returns Special #1 1:43:26 - Batgirls Annual 2022 (Becky Cloonan & Michael Conrad and Robbi Rodriguez) 1:53:54 - Blue Beetle: Graduation Day #1 (Josh Trujillo and Adrian Gutierrez) 2:04:15 - PATREON: American Vampire #31  2:13:53 - Picks of the Week patreon: https://www.patreon.com/mildfuzztv twitter: @DCComicsPodcast discord: https://discord.gg/8fbyCehMTy Audio: https://comicsfromthemultiverse.podbean.com/

Stargirl Aftershow
Frenemies Chapter 12 - The Last Will and Testament of Sylvester Pemberton

Stargirl Aftershow

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 63:20


It's the penultimate episode of DC's Stargirl and things are getting REAL! Sarah and Shawn go deep on this episode of revelations and surprises! Rather than bring on a guest, we opted to hear from YOU, our listeners! We take some questions and give some answers! Remember you can follow Stargirl Aftershow on Instagram and Twitter: @StargirlPodWE HAVE MERCH AVAILABLE! Just go to stargirlaftershow.com/shop! Stargirl Aftershow is available on Apple Podcasts, Google, Spotify and Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts! Just search for “Stargirl Aftershow” on your favorite platform, or visit https://linktr.ee/stargirlpod for direct links to each service.We're also part of the Fandom Limb podcast network… you can find tons of great TV/Film/Nerd podcasts at www.FandomLimb.com And, of course, you can visit our website, https://www.StargirlAftershow.com for the latest episodes, news and supplemental materials all in one place!If you have questions for cast or crew, you can reach out to us via Twitter, (@StargirlPod) via email (stargirlaftershow@gmail.com) or via the contact us link on our website!‘Raise to Heavens' by Rafael Krux (orchestralis.net) – Used with permission.

The Comic Lounge Podcast
Talking JSA by Geoff Johns! One of DC's Best Comics of the Past 20 Years!

The Comic Lounge Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 42:14


On today's episode, Manny Gomez joins the show to discuss JSA by Geoff Johns! We discuss what we love about this series and why it's one of the best runs of the past 20 years!   Manny's Links Twitter: https://twitter.com/MannyG1138 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_idbuythatforadollar_/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/manny.gomez.184 https://monkeysfightingrobots.co/author/mgomez   The Comic Lounge Links Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/thecomiclounge Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thecomiclounge Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thecomiclounge https://www.thecomiclounge.com Send us your feedback or comments to thecomicloungepod@gmail.com

Doctor DC Podcast
Issue #343 - "Geoff Johns and the Seven Corners of DC Lore" (w/ Josh Gill)

Doctor DC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 109:33


Josh Gill fills in once again for Producer Richard as we dive into the prolific DC career of Geoff Johns, and talk about some of his biggest impacts and contributions to the DC Universe! Intro Music by Aaron Barry Find more great podcasts like this on Brain Freeze To ask questions for the next episode, or to continue the conversation online visit us here: On Twitter On Facebook  On Instagram On our Website Or check out our new store for merch And our Patreon!

Rabbitt Stew Comics
Episode 380

Rabbitt Stew Comics

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 162:22


Comic Reviews: DC Batgirls 2022 Annual by Becky Cloonan, Michael Conrad, Robbi Rodriguez, Rico Renzi Blue Beetle: Graduation Day 1 by Josh Trujillo, Adrian Gutierrez, Wil Quintana DC's Grifter Got Run Over By A Reindeer Detective Comics 2022 Annual by Ram V, Rafael Albuquerque, Christopher Mitten, Hayden Sherman, Lee Loughridge Justice Society of America 1 by Geoff Johns, Mikel Janin, Scott Kolins, Brandon Peterson, Jerry Ordway, Steve Lieber, Jordie Bellaire, Jordan Boyd, John Kalisz Nightwing 2022 Annual by Tom Taylor, CS Pacat, Jay Kristoff, Inaki Miranda, Eduardo Pansica, Julio Ferreira, Adriano Lucas Nubia and the Justice League Special by Becky Cloonan, Michael Conrad, Stephanie Williams, Alitha Martinez, Amancay Nahuelpan, Mark Morales, Tamra Bonvillain, Alex Guimaraes Superman: Kal-El Returns Special by Mark Waid, Marv Wolfman, Sina Grace, Alex Segura, Clayton Henry, Dean Haspiel, Jackson Herbert, Fico Ossio, Marcelo Maiolo, Trish Mulvihill WildStorm 30th Anniversary Special Marvel Avengers Assemble Alpha by Jason Aaron, Andrew Currie, Bryan Hitch, Alex Sinclair Peter Parker and Miles Morales: Spider-Man Double Trouble 1 by Mariko Tamaki, Vita Ayala, Gurihiru Planet Hulk: Worldbreaker 1 by Greg Pak, Manuel Garcia, Ramon Bachs, Cam Smith, Chris Sotomayor Infinity Comics: Strange Tales: Rocket Raccoon by Al Ewing, Ramon Bachs, Javier Tartaglia Spider-Verse Unlimited 26 by Stephanie Williams, Nathan Stockman, Pete Pantazis Marvels Voices 27 by Stephanie Williams, Alan Robinson, KJ Diaz It's Jeff 21 by Kelly Thompson, Gurihiru Boom Magic: Nahiri the Lithomancer 1 by Seanan McGuire, Fabiana Mascolo Dark Horse Koschei in Hell 1 by Mike Mignola, Ben Stenbeck, Dave Stewart Star Wars High Republic Adventures 1 by Daniel Jose Older, Toni Bruno, Michael Atiyeh Dynamite Cat-Man and Kitten 1 by Jeff Parker, Joe Cooper, Arcana Studio IDW Godzilla Rivals vs Gigan by Keith Davidsen, Yasmin Flores Montanez Image Plush 1 by Doug Wagner, Daniel Hillyard, Rico Renzi Archie Bob Phantom 1 by James III, Richard Ortiz, Matt Herms Ahoy My Bad Vol 2 1 by Mark Russell, Bryce Ingman, Peter Krause OGN Dungeon Club: Roll Call by Molly Knox Ostertag Sunburn GN by Andi Watson, Simon Gane A Taste For Blood by Debuhme Super Trash Clash GN by Edgar Camacho Ray's OGN Corner: Red Scare by Liam Francis Walsh Additional Reviews: Teen Titans by Geoff Johns, HaHa, Darth Vader by Charles Soule, Violent Night, Dime-Store Detective, Autumnal, Scrooge: A Christmas Carol, My Father's Dragon, Cuphead Show s3, American Crime Story s3 News: DC FCBD books, Mandalorian return date, Midnight Club canceled, Flanagan reportedly switching streaming services, Secrets of Midnight Club revealed, Lazarus Planet spin-off starring Wonder Woman and Shazam by GWW, Who Killed Santa? - a Murderville Mystery Trailers: Night at the Museum animated, Mario, Indiana Jones 5, Cocaine Bear, Guardians of the Galaxy III trailer Comics Countdown: Dungeon Club: Roll Call by Molly Knox Ostertag Stillwater 16 by Chip Zdarksy, Mike Spicer, Ramon Perez Nightwing 2022 Annual by Tom Taylor, CS Pacat, Jay Kristoff, Inaki Miranda, Eduardo Pansica, Julio Ferreira, Adriano Lucas Rogue Sun 8 by Ryan Parrott, Abel, Natalia Marques Batgirls 2022 Annual by Becky Cloonan, Michael Conrad, Robbi Rodriguez, Rico Renzi Justice Society of America 1 by Geoff Johns, Mikel Janin, Scott Kolins, Brandon Peterson, Jerry Ordway, Steve Lieber, Jordie Bellaire, Jordan Boyd, John Kalisz Planet Hulk: Worldbreaker 1 by Greg Pak, Manuel Garcia, Ramon Bachs, Cam Smith, Chris Sotomayor Dead Lucky 4 by Melissa Flores, French Carlomagno, Mattia Iacono Super Trash Clash by Edgar Camacho Strange Academy: Finals 2 by Skottie Young, Humberto Ramos, Edgar Delgado

Neo-Reality Collective | Pop-Culture News and Reviews Talk
The New Golden Age #1 | The New Golden Age | NRC Reviews

Neo-Reality Collective | Pop-Culture News and Reviews Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 48:43


NRC Reviews The New Golden Age #1 One Shot! The New Golden Age from DC Starts Here! Spinning out of the Conclusion of Flashpoint Beyond, The New Golden Age Starts The Strangest Mystery to Ever Plague the DC Universe. From the 1940s to the 3040s, great heroes across the DC timeline take on the great evils of their era. But in the aftermath of Flashpoint Beyond, those heroes and villains will have their lives turned upside down, from the past to the far future. The New Golden Age one-shot from Geoff Johns lands at comic book shops on November 8th. It will unlock DC's epic and secret-ridden history of heroism, launching a new group of titles with Justice Society of America and Stargirl: The Lost Children. “I'm happy to be writing these two titles, each one of them focused on celebrating and expanding the history (and far future) of heroism in the DC Universe, exploring unseen heroes, villains, and adventures alongside the ones we all know and love,” said Geoff Johns. “Our goal is to delve into the neglected corners of DC with this new group of titles, from the JSA to the Legion and all those who operate between. It's the story of where superheroes came from, where they're going and why they're always needed.” DC's future...and its past...will never be the same again. But how are Mime and Marionette connected to this? Why are Rip Hunter and the Time Masters the most unlikable heroes in the DC Universe? And who or what is...Nostalgia? Don't miss the start of the strangest mystery ever plaguing the DC Universe. THE NEW GOLDEN AGE #1 Written by GEOFF JOHNS After making their long-awaited return in the pages of Dark Crisis on Infinite Earths #3, the Justice Society of America (JSA) is back in “Justice Society of America: The New Golden Age Part One.” Or are they? A long-lost hero from the JSA crashes into our era with a grave warning...but it's too late. A mysterious and malevolent enemy has invaded the entire history of the JSA, and an all-new team must come together to defeat it. But what deadly secret does this messenger from beyond keep? Where are they from? And why is all of this happening now? Only the Time Masters know. Background music: “White Atlantis” by Sergey Cheremisinov. User under an Attribution-NonCommercial License.

The Batgirl/Huntress Podcast
The Huntress Podcast 86: The New Golden Age 1

The Batgirl/Huntress Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 71:20


The Huntress Podcast talk about the new, inspired Golden Age by writer Geoff Johns.  Helena Wayne is back in what could be a possible future?  Twists and turns and a lot of moving pieces in this opening story.  Are you excited about a potential return of the Justice Society of America?  Are you into this interperatation of Helena Wayne?  Let us know at www.thehuntresspodcast.com  Twitter @HuntressPodcast      

Funnybooks with Aron and Paulie
Funnybooks Chats Tulsa King, Iron Man, and Junkyard Joe!

Funnybooks with Aron and Paulie

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 58:39


Tulsa King Dawn of DC DCeased: War of the Undead Gods #4 Iron Man #25 Junkyard Joe #2

Next Time On...
Has Marvel Turned it Around?

Next Time On...

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 86:53


Cory and Che start this week by discussing new comics from Geoff Johns and Jeff Lemire (10:42).  Then they check in on Declan Shalvey and Rory McConville's Time Before Time (41:06).  And finally, they review Marvel's biggest movie of the year, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (59:36). Curse of the Rewatch: Avatar by James Cameron Our Youtube: Click Here Subscribe: Itunes | Spotify | Google Play | Stitcher Twitter: @NextTimeOnPod If you have any questions or comments please email nexttimeonpodcast@gmail.com

Comics From The Multiverse (DC Comics Podcast)
Episode 331: It's Always Darkest Before the Dawn of DC

Comics From The Multiverse (DC Comics Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 199:41


Welcome to Comics From The Multiverse, our DC comics podcast! Discussed this week: 0:00:00 - Intro 0:02:10 - ComiXology Top 10 0:15:15 - Dawn of DC Announcements 0:38:00 - February SOLICITS 1:22:10 - Batman: One Bad Day: Mr Freeze #1 (Gerry Duggan and Matteo Scalera) 1:41:26 - Nightwing #98 (Tom Taylor and Daniele Di Nicuolo) 1:55:03 - The Flash #788 (Jeremy Adams and Fernando Pasarin) 2:02:03 - Batman/Superman: World's Finest #9 (Mark Waid and Dan Mora) 2:11:44 - Stargirl: The Lost Children #1 (Geoff Johns and Todd Nauck) 2:26:16 - GCPD: The Blue Wall #2 (John Ridley and Stefano Raffaele) 2:41:46 - DCeased: War of the Undead Gods #4 (Tom Taylor and Trevor Hairsine) 2:49:00 - Black Adam #6 2:55:16 - PATREON Harley Quinn #17 3:01:50 - PATREON Time Drake Robin #2 3:07:41 - PATREON Noctera #11 3:11:23 - Picks of the Week patreon: https://www.patreon.com/mildfuzztv twitter: @DCComicsPodcast Audio: https://comicsfromthemultiverse.podbean.com/ 

Stargirl Aftershow
Frenemies Chapter 11 - The Haunting

Stargirl Aftershow

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 89:33


The Crocks are dead, Icicle is back, and there's still a mutant Gorilla on the loose. Join Sarah and Shawn as they discuss an episode full of revelations, including some revelations from our special guest, Yvette Monreal!*Remember you can follow Stargirl Aftershow on Instagram and Twitter: @StargirlPodWE HAVE MERCH AVAILABLE! Just go to stargirlaftershow.com/shop! Stargirl Aftershow is available on Apple Podcasts, Google, Spotify and Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts! Just search for “Stargirl Aftershow” on your favorite platform, or visit https://linktr.ee/stargirlpod for direct links to each service.We're also part of the Fandom Limb podcast network… you can find tons of great TV/Film/Nerd podcasts at www.FandomLimb.com And, of course, you can visit our website, https://www.StargirlAftershow.com for the latest episodes, news and supplemental materials all in one place!If you have questions for cast or crew, you can reach out to us via Twitter, (@StargirlPod) via email (stargirlaftershow@gmail.com) or via the contact us link on our website!‘Raise to Heavens' by Rafael Krux (orchestralis.net) – Used with permission.

Raging Bullets
Raging Bullets Episode 671 : A DC Comics Fan Podcast

Raging Bullets

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 144:09


Episode 671: Dark Crisis on Infinite Earths 6 and New Golden Age: Sean and Jim are back to look at the penultimate chapter of Dark Crisis with issue 6. The return of the JSA is explored with the New Golden Age. Speeding Bullets: We take a look at some of the great news items for the Raging Bullets Facebook Team! Upcoming: Death of Superman Anniversary Special, Wildcats, Action Comics, Deathstroke Inc, Contact Info (Social Media and Gaming): https://ragingbullets.com/about/ Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/401332833597062/ Show Notes: 0:00 Show opening, http://www.heroinitiative.org, http://cbldf.org/,http://www.DCBService.com, http://www.Instocktrades.com, show voicemail line 1-440-388-4434 or drnorge on Skype, and more.   2:35 Speeding Bullets 1:09:20 Dark Crisis 1:42:40 New Golden Age 2:19:55 Closing We'll be back in a week with more content.  Check our website, Twitter and our Facebook group for regular updates.

The DC3cast!
The DC3cast, Episode 354: 'Infinite Frontier' Week 89

The DC3cast!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 45:55


This week, the boys have mostly positive things to say for once! Hear them celebrate a guest artist on "Nightwing" and begin to warm up to the Geoff Johns rebirth. Titles discussed:"Nightwing" #98"Stargirl: The Lost Children" #1

Comics From The Multiverse (DC Comics Podcast)
Episode 330: In Memory of Our Batman

Comics From The Multiverse (DC Comics Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 132:34


Welcome to Comics From The Multiverse, our DC comics podcast! Discussed this week: 0:00:00 - Intro 0:01:18 - ComiXology Top 10 0:09:20 - Remembering Kevin Conroy 0:17:55 - Dark Crisis on Infinite Earths #6 (Joshua Williamson and Daniel Sampere) 0:31:37 - The New Golden Age #1 (Geoff Johns) 0:57:57 - Batman Vs Robin #3 (Mark Waid and Mahmud Asrar & Scott Godlewski) 1:16:21 - Superman: Son of Kal-El #17 (Tom Taylor and Cian Tormey) 1:25:32 - Batgirls #12  (Becky Cloonan & Michael Conrad and Neil Googe)  1:34:09 - WildC.A.T.s #1 (Matthew Rosenberg & Steven Segovia) 1:45:12 - The Nice House on the Lake #11 (James Tynion IV and Alvaro Martinez Bueno) 1:56:58 - PATREON Animal Man #25 2:04:44 - Picks of the Week patreon: https://www.patreon.com/mildfuzztv twitter: @DCComicsPodcast Audio: https://comicsfromthemultiverse.podbean.com/  UK Merch store: https://shop.spreadshirt.co.uk/mild-fuzz-tv/ US Merch store: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/mild-fuzz-tv-us

Stargirl Aftershow
Frenemies Chapter 10 - The Killer w/ Brec Bassinger

Stargirl Aftershow

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 83:17


A monster on the loose, a killer revealed, and a Brec Bassinger discussing her Saturn Win, Stargirl ending, and so much more!Remember you can follow Stargirl Aftershow on Instagram and Twitter: @StargirlPodWE HAVE MERCH AVAILABLE! Just go to stargirlaftershow.com/shop! Stargirl Aftershow is available on Apple Podcasts, Google, Spotify and Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts! Just search for “Stargirl Aftershow” on your favorite platform, or visit https://linktr.ee/stargirlpod for direct links to each service.We're also part of the Fandom Limb podcast network… you can find tons of great TV/Film/Nerd podcasts at www.FandomLimb.com And, of course, you can visit our website, https://www.StargirlAftershow.com for the latest episodes, news and supplemental materials all in one place!If you have questions for cast or crew, you can reach out to us via Twitter, (@StargirlPod) via email (stargirlaftershow@gmail.com) or via the contact us link on our website!‘Raise to Heavens' by Rafael Krux (orchestralis.net) – Used with permission.

X-Ray Vision
Tales of the Jedi, Andor 8 & 9 + Black Adam, 2022 Horror & Run Sweetheart Run director Shana Feste

X-Ray Vision

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 150:47 Very Popular


On this episode of X-Ray Vision, Jason Concepcion and Rosie Knight battle with Yaddle! Starting in the Airlock (2:50), Jason and Rosie dive deep (deeep) into a galaxy far, far away to discuss both Tales of the Jedi and Andor episodes 8 & 9, recapping all six Jedi vignettes, Andor episode 9, and discussing divergent paths, complicity, and power politics. Then, in the Previously On (1:25:07), Jason and Rosie explore the DCEU's Black Adam and offer some 2022 horror recs for those of you looking for excuses to eat your leftover Halloween candy. In the Hive Mind (1:59:21), the horror conversation continues as Rosie interviews Amazon's Run Sweetheart Run director Shana Feste about moving into the genre space, working with talented actors, and more.Tune in every Friday and don't forget to Hulk Smash the Follow button!Follow Jason: twitter.com/netw3rkFollow Rosie: IG, Letterboxd, IGN author page, Nerdist author pageJoin the X-Ray Vision DiscordFollow Crooked: twitter.com/crookedmediaThe Listener's Guide for all things X-Ray Vision!Wendell & Wild (2022) – directed by Henry Selick, co-written by Jordan Peele, available on Netflix.Papers, Please (2013) – a video game developed by Lucas Pope about an immigration officer in a fictional eastern european country.Pacific Heights (1990) – Directed by John Schlesinger and starring Melanie Griffith, Matthew Modine, and Michael Keaton.Heart-Shaped Box (2007) by Joe HillJSA Comics Recs from RosieAll Star Comics #3 (1940) - First AppearanceJSA: Strange Adventures (2004) - Golden Age homage by SW's Kevin J AndersonJSA by Geoff Johns (2017 collected) - Most influential series on Black Adam's JSACrisis on Infinite Earths (1985) - Pulled the JSA back into the main continuity

Stargirl Aftershow
Frenemies Chapter 9 - The Monsters w/ Anjelika Washington

Stargirl Aftershow

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 108:33


This episode title DELIVERS and in the best possible way! Sarah and Shawn break down The Monsters and Shawn has a nice long chat with Anjelika Washington about the important issues of the day... and, like, where to shop at DragonCon!Remember you can follow Stargirl Aftershow on Instagram and Twitter: @StargirlPodWE HAVE MERCH AVAILABLE! Just go to stargirlaftershow.com/shop! Stargirl Aftershow is available on Apple Podcasts, Google, Spotify and Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts! Just search for “Stargirl Aftershow” on your favorite platform, or visit https://linktr.ee/stargirlpod for direct links to each service.We're also part of the Fandom Limb podcast network… you can find tons of great TV/Film/Nerd podcasts at www.FandomLimb.com And, of course, you can visit our website, https://www.StargirlAftershow.com for the latest episodes, news and supplemental materials all in one place!If you have questions for cast or crew, you can reach out to us via Twitter, (@StargirlPod) via email (stargirlaftershow@gmail.com) or via the contact us link on our website!‘Raise to Heavens' by Rafael Krux (orchestralis.net) – Used with permission.

Comic Book Podcast | Talking Comics
Talking Comics Podcast: Issue #570: Windmills on the Dancefloor

Comic Book Podcast | Talking Comics

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 151:55 Very Popular


The TC crew is coming down from a Halloween hangover. However, they still have enough gas left in the tank to discuss seasonal shenanigans, Joey's wedding, various comics, and every comic-related news story under the sun!Books: ParaNorthern & The Chaos Bunny A-Hop-Calypse OGN, Catwoman: Lonely City #4, Strange #7, The Variants #4, AXE: Judgement Day #6, The Magic Order 3 #3-4, Saviors TImes (Webtoon), I'm the Grim Reaper (Webtoon), Moonlighting (Webtoon), Lavender House (novel), JSA #1-6, House of Slaughter #6-10, Strange Academy: Finals #1Other Stuff: Golden Girls, various horror moviesThe Comic Book Podcast is brought to you by Talking Comics (www.talkingcomicbooks.com) The podcast is hosted by Steve Seigh, Bob Reyer, Joey Braccino, Aaron Amos, John Burkle, and Chris Ceary, who weekly dissect everything comics-related, from breaking news to new releases. Our Twitter handle is @TalkingComics, and you can email us at podcast@talkingcomicbooks.com.

Pop Culture Leftovers
Episode 442: Black Adam (SPOILERS)

Pop Culture Leftovers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 145:35 Very Popular


Welcome to Episode 442 and we are reviewing BLACK ADAM. Full spoilers in the episode as we rate and review the movie and the theorize on the future of Black Adam. We are joined by Joe Stark (StarkCast podcast), Tristan Brown as well as first time guest from The Vintage Geeks podcast, Joe Vitale! We talk about what we liked and didn't like in the movie as well as that mid-credits scene and theorize on what the future is for the DCEU and Black Adam. From New Line Cinema, Dwayne Johnson stars in the action adventure “Black Adam.” The first-ever feature film to explore the story of the DC Super Hero comes to the big screen under the direction of Jaume Collet-Serra (“Jungle Cruise”). In ancient Kahndaq, Teth Adam was bestowed the almighty powers of the gods. After using these powers for vengeance, he was imprisoned, becoming Black Adam. Nearly 5,000 years have passed and Black Adam has gone from man, to myth, to legend. Now released, his unique form of justice, born out of rage, is challenged by modern day heroes who form the Justice Society: Hawkman, Dr. Fate, Atom Smasher and Cyclone. Johnson stars alongside Aldis Hodge (“City on a Hill,” “One Night in Miami”) as Hawkman, Noah Centineo (“To All the Boys I've Loved Before”) as Atom Smasher, Sarah Shahi (“Sex/Life,” “Rush Hour 3”), Marwan Kenzari (“Murder on the Orient Express,” “The Mummy”), Quintessa Swindell (“Voyagers,” “Trinkets”) as Cyclone, Mo Amer (“Mo,” “Ramy”), Bodhi Sabongui (“A Million Little Things”), and Pierce Brosnan (the “Mamma Mia!” and James Bond franchises) as Dr. Fate. Collet-Serra directed from a screenplay written by Adam Sztykiel and Rory Haines & Sohrab Noshirvani, based on characters from DC, based on characters created by Bill Parker and C.C. Beck. The film's producers are Beau Flynn, Hiram Garcia, Dwayne Johnson and Dany Garcia, with Toby Emmerich, Richard Brener, Dave Neustadter, Chris Pan, Walter Hamada, Adam Schlagman, Geoff Johns, Eric McLeod and Scott Sheldon executive producing. The director's behind-the-scenes creative team includes Oscar-nominated director of photography Lawrence Sher (“Joker”), production designer Tom Meyer (“Real Steel”), editors Mike Sale (“Red Notice,” “Skyscraper”) and John Lee (“Anyone Home?”), costume designers Kurt and Bart (“Deadpool 2,” “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 & 2”), Oscar-winning visual effects supervisor Bill Westenhofer (“Life of Pi,” “Wonder Woman”), and composer Lorne Balfe (“Black Widow”). New Line Cinema Presents a Seven Bucks/Flynn Co. Production, A Jaume Collet-Serra Film, “Black Adam,” smashing into theaters and IMAX internationally beginning 19 October 2022, in North America on October 21, 2022. It will be distributed worldwide by Warner Bros. Pictures. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices