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Geeksplained Podcast
Geeksplained Book Club: Invincible Vol. 22 (THE REBOOT)

Geeksplained Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 92:50


THE BEST BOOK CLUB IN THE MULTIVERSE! In this week's session of the Geeksplained Book Club, it's time for a REBOOT! Covering Vol. 22 (issues #121-126) of INVINCIBLE, join Aeric, Malcolm and Jacob as they dive into a brave new world -- one that presents Mark Grayson with a choice that could change EVERYTHING! Follow us! Twitter: twitter.com/geeksplainedpod?lang=en Instagram: www.instagram.com/geeksplainedpod/?hl=en Music Sampled: "Alive" by Warbly Jets "Reboot Main Theme" by Bob Buckley

Get Connected with Bishop Israel Ade-Ajala
Get Connected with Bishop Israel Ade-Ajala: "Overcoming Invincible Barriers"

Get Connected with Bishop Israel Ade-Ajala

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 29:12


Get Connected with Bishop Israel Ade-Ajala Friday, October 15, 2021 is also on the following radio stations: 670AM & 1220AM and online on 670KLTT.COM; 1220KLDC.COM & CTKRADIO.ORGToday, Bishop Israel preaches on: "Overcoming Invincible Barriers"

Springfield's Talk 104.1 On-Demand
Nick Reed PODCAST: 10.13 - Kim Jong Un Vows ‘Invincible' North Korea Military

Springfield's Talk 104.1 On-Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 37:59


Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including:  Kim Jong Un reviewed powerful missiles developed to launch nuclear strikes on the U.S. mainland, as he vowed to build an "invincible" military to cope with what he called persistent U.S. hostility. Asked by an announcer to “help kick this thing off” at the NAPA Super DIRT Week Pro Stock 50 event at Oswego Speedway on Sunday, one young boy, who was asked along with another young boy and young girl, continued after the three intoned “Drivers, start your engines” by asserting, “Let's Go, Brandon.” Emily Johnson has a new blog for home buyers and sellers! She's also looking for a home with a pool in the Glendale school district. The buyer are needing a 4 bedroom home, built in the 1990's or newer. The budget is up to $450k. If that's you, give Emily Johnson a call today!  Rep. Maxine Waters claimed on Tuesday that her Twitter account had been hacked and she would be coming for the person who did it.

Huddle Up with Gus
VINCE PAPALE

Huddle Up with Gus

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 77:58


Welcome to Huddle Up with Gus, with 15-year NFL quarterback Gus Frerotte! Gus has as his special guest today the legendary Vince Papale, who played with the Philadelphia Bell and then onto the Eagles. Gus and Vince talk life on the gridiron and how Vince's youth growing up in Philadelphia helped to shape the athlete he was and his professional life after football as a senior executive for Sallie Mae. Vince shares what it was like having a major motion picture made about him and especially being portrayed by Mark Wahlberg in the 2006 hit “Invincible.” Thanks for joining the huddle and have a great visit with Gus and Vince Papale!

Geeksplained Podcast
Geeksplained Book Club: Invincible Vol. 21 (aka THE BALLAD OF BATTLE BEAST)

Geeksplained Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 93:10


THE BEST BOOK CLUB IN THE MULTIVERSE! This week, our hosts dive into the aftermath of last week's events as they discuss Vol. 21 (issues #115-120) of INVINCIBLE! Mark Grayson begins picking up the pieces after Robot's sudden betrayal, which leads Mark and Eve to take their newborn child into SPACE! Plus, the showdown you've all been waiting for - THRAGG VS BATTLEBEAST! Follow us! Twitter: twitter.com/geeksplainedpod?lang=en Instagram: www.instagram.com/geeksplainedpod/?hl=en Music Sampled: "Alive" by Warbly Jets

The Invincible Podcast
Invincible Game Night

The Invincible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 102:23


It's been too long since we've done some Invincible-infused games so we thought it was time to make a Game Night out of it! Each of us organized a different game for the other two to play including Invincible Trivia, 10 Questions and Guess that SFX. This was also our first time recording video together in the same room and we had some complications, so we apologize for the spotty audio (particularly during the "news" segment). We hope you play along and enjoy the show! Time Codes: News- 18:00 Invincible Trivia- 00:27:40 10 Questions- 00:47:25 Guess that SFX- 01:24:20 Email: TheInvinciblePodcast@Gmail.com Twitter: twitter.com/InvincibleCast TheInvinciblePodcast.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/Invinciblepodcast/ YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCXPRK7LdY0ph...​ Michael Borkowski: Website: https://michaelborkowski.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/MBorkowski Music: Wyatt Layne @wyatt-layne Spotify, Apple Music, Soundcloud Art: Ryan Ottley & Jeremiah Skipper

Pop Culture Podcast
Episode 86: Venom: Let There Be Carnage, Squid Game, No Time to Die and more!

Pop Culture Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 54:17


In this episode, I review Venom: Let There Be Carnage, Squid Game, No Time to Die, The Many Saints of Newark and volume one of Invincible. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/popculturepod/support

Love University
INVINCIBLE YOU SERIES: YOUR MOUNTAIN OF INVINCBILITY, PART ONE: BE THE POWER YOUR WERE MEANT TO BE

Love University

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 11:29


Love University
INVINCIBLE YOU SERIES: YOUR MOUNTAIN OF INVINCBILITY, PART ONE: BE THE POWER YOUR WERE MEANT TO BE

Love University

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 11:29


Comic Book Keepers

When this episode drops, there's going to be CARNAGE! Chris from The Geek Peak and High On Horror Podcasts joins Lance to break down the serial killer symbiote monster that is Carnage aka Cletus Kasady. Episode contains mature content as we are discussing a serial killer. Spoiler warning for all comics, TV and film related to Carnage.  This episode will be the Season 1 finale of Comic Book Keepers! A massive thank you to all of our guests from our inaugural season, you were all incredible. We look forward to bringing you more nerdy content in Season 2. Thank you to everyone who has given our nerdy little show a listen. We greatly appreciate you. Be sure to check out Chris' AMAZING podcasts The Geek Peak and High On Horror!!! Social media: Twitter @cbkcast Instagram @cbkcast Facebook Comic Book Keepers Linktree   Comic Book Keepers is hosted by the Geekly Grind. Check out reviews and discussion on everything Geeky from Anime, Manga, Boardgames, comics, and more. www.thegeeklygrind.com The Geekly Grind @thegeeklygrind   Link tree: https://linktr.ee/CBKcast Social media: Twitter @cbkcast Instagram @cbkcast Facebook Chris @dungeonheads Lance @roguesymbiote   Chris's draws free D&D art which you can find and support him on Patreon, and see more of his art on Instagram Original Theme by Weston Gardner @ArcaneAnthems on Patreon

Pop Culture Coffee Hour
Episode 169: Invincible

Pop Culture Coffee Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 90:35


"You may have noticed, I'm not like normal Dads." Steve and Christian watched the new Amazon Prime series, "Invincible." They discuss identity, power, and responsibility. We do more than simply offer reviews. Just like a bee can take good things from flowers (and leave the rest behind), we can learn to take the good things from pop culture as we seek to open ourselves to Christ and His saving work in our lives. It's Orthodox Christian engagement with today's culture.

Inner Secrets of Success podcast
Invincible Entrepreneur Podcast with Special Guest Kim Kaase | IE138

Inner Secrets of Success podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 34:38


In today's episode of Invincible Entrepreneur Podcast, we are joined by Kim Kaase, principal of LEAP Business Coaching, helping individuals and entrepreneurs grow wealth.  Kim discusses her transition into sales and then becoming a sales guru. She talks about leaning into her instincts and starting building her business. Kim discusses the importance of loving people and loving helping them grow. She touches on coming up with creative ways for clients to solve their problems. Then she talks about getting people to really own what they have with their business and be proud of it. If you're a new business owner and looking for tips on how to get started. You are in the right place! Stay tuned for this week's episode!Guest Bio: From the time Kim was young, she could see in others a uniqueness that many times they couldn't see themselves. She has the ability to draw out the essence of a person and put it to good use. As Kim has moved through her career, this ability to see beyond the obvious has made a profound impact on not just her, but also the people around her. Under her leadership, a team was transformed from under-performing professionals into the top contributing team in a company, not only helping the company greatly, but also changing the psyches of the individuals from disillusioned and desperate to enthusiastically engaged. Kim brought this leadership ability and took a company on the brink of being sold due to high client demand and low appreciation from struggling to get by to thriving no matter what the circumstance. Using her creativity and 25 years of experience in corporate America, she built her practice, LEAP Business Coaching, from the ground up. Kim uses her background as a designer to creatively solve problems and coach from a very unique perspective.  She uses her background as a leader to impact her clients in a profound way; leading them to breakthrough results in not just their businesses, but also in their lives.  Kim is a Certified Transformative Coach who holds a University of Houston BFA in Interior Design from the University of Houston. She has worked with Fortune 100 companies, the world's leading firms in design and related fields including roles in leadership, sales and business development. She is the Principal at her firm, LEAP Business Coaching. In her free time she enjoys transformational work, bird watching, cooking and creating memories with her family. Guest links: Website  Instagram Facebook Damian Bio:  Damian Blair Nordmann, D.D. D.M. is a motivational speaker, coach, and teacher of inner secrets. He dedicated the first two decades of his adult life to studying, teaching, and leading through a not-for-profit organization called the School of Metaphysics. This volunteer-run school for adults teaches individuals to respond to their inner urge and live the most fulfilling life possible. Damian served as Director of three SOM branches, Area Director, Field Director, and President of the School of Metaphysics. He successfully led the Dallas branch of the School of Metaphysics to become the largest of 16 branches for six consecutive years. Damian loves people and has taught hundreds of individuals to discover their unique purpose in life. He especially enjoys guiding people to reach their full potential in every aspect of their lives. Humor and joy are a big part of Damian's coaching style. He makes learning and growth fun and light-hearted, while ensuring each client achieves his or her most heartfelt goals and desires.    How to connect:  Website  Instagram Youtube    Thanks for Listening: Thanks so much for listening to my podcast! If you enjoyed this episode and think that others could benefit from listening, please share it using the social media buttons on this page.   Do you have some feedback or questions about this episode? Leave a comment in the section below!   Subscribing to The Podcast: If you would like to get automatic updates of new podcast episodes, you can follow the podcast on Apple Podcasts or Stitcher. You can also give You Are The Superhero a follow on your favorite podcast app.   Leave Us an Apple Podcasts Review: Ratings and reviews from our listeners are extremely valuable to us and greatly appreciated. They help our podcast rank higher on Apple Podcasts, which exposes our show to more awesome listeners like you.

Greenelines
What Mountains Separate You From the Blessed Life? with Dr. Robert Jeffress

Greenelines

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 32:48


Become invincible and conquer the mountains that are separating you from receiving more of God's blessings or answered prayers. Listen as best-selling author Dr. Robert Jeffress discusses these mountains, his new book "Invincible," and what you can do today to start flattening your mountains.

Geeksplained Podcast
Geeksplained Book Club: Invincible Vol. 20 (aka THE WORST DAY OF MARK GRAYSON'S LIFE)

Geeksplained Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021 98:55


THE BEST BOOK CLUB IN THE MULTIVERSE! In this week's session of the Geeksplained Book Club, our intrepid heroes discuss the complete tonal reset that is Vol. 20 (issues #109-114) of INVINCIBLE! The most shocking volume of the entire series features twists and turns, shocking revelations, and the worst day of Mark Grayson's life. There's no going back. In this volume, INVINCIBLE changes forever! **TW: SEXUAL ASSAULT & TRAUMA** Due to the content of this volume, this episode includes a discussion on sexual assault. The discussion begins at 19:35 and ends at 29:26, and we do give a warning before the discussion begins. Follow us! Twitter: twitter.com/geeksplainedpod?lang=en Instagram: www.instagram.com/geeksplainedpod/?hl=en Music Sampled: "Alive" by Warbly Jets

The Eric Metaxas Show
Antonio Sabato Jr. and Robert Jeffress

The Eric Metaxas Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 43:20


Antonio Sabato Jr. has exciting news about "God's Not Dead: We the People"; then, Pastor Robert Jeffress provides encouragement with his new book, "Invincible." See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Ten Cent Takes
Issue 16: Superman and RadioShack

Ten Cent Takes

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 65:03


What happens when you combine two of the biggest brands of the early 1980s? You get RadioShack's TRS-80 Whiz Kids comics, with special guest stars from the DC Universe. Marvel at snarky teens sassing the Man of Steel, then laugh at how he makes them perform complex math with mediocre computers! ----more---- Episode 16 Transcript Mike: [00:00:00] I used to go into an office, and when I did that, I had a dog that everybody loved and I baked cookies every day. Hello, hello, hello, welcome to Ten Cent Takes, the podcast where we sell out as superheroes, one issue at a time. My name is Mike Thompson and I am joined by my co-host, the talk show host of terror, Jessika Frazer. Jessika: Bwahahaha! I like when you give me nicknames that are a little mischievous and/or villainous, by the way. Mike: I mean, villains are always the most fun. Jessika: They really are. They get to do all the cool shit.  Mike: Yeah. You need a strong villain in order to have a good story. Jessika: Absolutely.  Mike: The purpose of this podcast is to look at notable moments in comic book history. [00:01:00] They can be big or they can be small, but we always hope that they're interesting, and we like to talk about them in ways that are both fun and informative. Today, we are going to be going back back back to the eighties and talking about the time that Superman sold computers for Radio Shack. Jessika: Fucking sellout.  Mike: Man, I don't. Can you blame him though? I mean, he was a reporter, like he needed the extra cash. Jessika: That's true. That does not pay all that much, from my understanding  Mike: Uh, speaking as someone who worked as a journalist for a decade, I can tell you it does not.  Jessika: Confirmed, everyone.  Mike: Confirmed. Before you freak out and think that you've missed an episode or that things are airing out of order, we are actually still doing the Sandman book club series, but we have decided to break it up, so it's not just one giant slog for people who aren't interested in Sandman. So that way there's a little something for [00:02:00] everybody, even as we're doing that prolonged experience. So every other episode will be the Sandman book club. Before we get to that though. What is one cool thing that you have read or watched recently? Jessika: Just last night, I watched the first episode of the Amazon Prime, let me just say it's 18+, animated series, Invincible.  Mike: Hmm.  Jessika: Have you seen that yet?  Mike: I haven't, I read the comic for a while and I really liked it, but then it just kind of felt very repetitive. And also, I didn't like how the comic got very women in refrigerator-y. Jessika: Oh, okay, fair enough.  Mike: Like yeah. Um, I hear it's great. I just, it's kind of, it's kind of like The Boys where like, I read the comic and, and then when they announced they were making a TV [00:03:00] show, I went, eh don't know. I like, I'm not sure. I really want to see that translated to the screen and then it was great. And so I'm sure that Invisible will be great. Jessika: I will be talking about The Boys later, in fact.  Mike: Oh okay. Well, then. Jessika: But for now, yeah, I know, spoilers. So for those of you who hadn't seen it yet, it's about a teenage boy whose father is a famous superhero and the kid himself has also potentially expected to get powers, which he, not spoiling anything, he does, and very early on in this episode. And when this happens, his father starts teaching them how to use them properly, even though he seems a little disappointed, even, that his really did have powers, which was kind of strange, but we'll see where that goes. But what I really liked about this series, is that they make fun of our well-known superheroes with a character like Batman and one that's very much like Wonder Woman, et cetera. And again, I don't want to give too much away, but the ending is [00:04:00] super intense, and I'll definitely be watching more of it tonight after we've finished recording this.  Mike: Yeah. And I will say that the comic itself has moments that are shockingly intense too. And it's really interesting because there are these moments that feel very wholesome and playful, and then there are other scenes that are complete 180 and it's really, it's kind of whiplash.  Jessika: That was how it felt in the show as well. So I mean, that translated definitely.  Mike: Yeah, it's one thing that's actually really neat is that it's the guy who wrote the comic, Robert Kirkman, is also the guy who created the walking dead.  Jessika: Hm.  Mike: So, you know, dude knows how to write a hit.  Jessika: Yeah.I guess so, huh. Mike: Yeah. Jessika: Well, what about you? What have you been reading or watching?  Mike: You mentioned a couple of weeks ago that you had read the first issue of a series called Die, by Kieron Gillen.  Jessika: Yeah.  Mike: I'd heard about it. I thought it looked [00:05:00] interesting. And then you mentioning that, threw it back on my radar, and so I found the first three volumes on Hoopla and I wound up bingeing through all of them in a couple of hours. And it's really good. I really like how it matches up a bunch of D & D tropes along with other things. And I just, I really, really enjoyed it. And so I want to say thank you for putting that on my radar. Jessika: Oh, that's awesome. Yeah, absolutely. You're welcome. And I'll have to go on Hoopla and check out more myself because I'd been wanting to, I just haven't gotten around to it yet.  Mike: No, shall we, uh, shall we mosey along?  Jessika: Mosey let's do it.  Mike: What do you remember about Radio Shack when you were growing up? Jessika: Good old Radio Shack. Radio Shack was huge, when I was growing up. It was [00:06:00] definitely a household name and it had a reputation that it carried most electronics related items that you may want or need to purchase. So just on my memory block here in particular, they used to carry a radio that was pretty easy to alter, to be a scanning radio, to use for ghost hunting. And for a while, it was a great cheap alternative to buying something made for that purpose. And it was priced really low and like affordable versus like buying something that was made for that purpose.  Mike: Mm. Jessika: And I've trying to find one of those radios for years now, but honestly, it's probably a dead end at this point, and I should just pony up the money to buy actual ghost hunting equipment. I mean, honestly, I should probably, if I want it, like I'm a full ass adult, I can afford the expensive things, maybe.  Mike: We have credit cards now, Jessika. Jessika: Just charge it.I say I can afford the expensive things, like I really can, which isn't actually true.  Mike: All right.[00:07:00]  Jessika: I can afford the mid-level things.  Mike: Yeah. I dunno. We used to have money and then we got air conditioning, and we're poor now. Jessika: I'm safe. I'm squirreling it away, man. Trying to buy a house, it's expensive.  Mike: Yeah. Especially where we live. Jessika: I don't recommend it. Folks.  Mike: Yeah, no, just. Jessika: Just stay away.  Mike: Yeah. Welcome to the Bay Area. The dystopian capitalist apocalypse. Jessika: Everything is overpriced, and on fire.  Mike: We're not making this up. Everything is literally on fire these days.  And, and over priced, but that's just California in general. Yeah. Well, I mean, I had a similar experience to you, in different ways, but like, you know, it was the same brand awareness of Radio Shack. I didn't realize until I was doing the research for this episode, that Radio Shack is actually a hundred years old [00:08:00] as of this year. Jessika: What? How? Mike: Yeah. It was founded in 1921 by these two brothers, Theodore and Milton Deutchman. They set up a mail order business and a single retail location that was focused on providing parts for ham radio, which was a field that was still pretty new back then. And they wound up doing pretty well for a while, but they basically were bankrupt by the early 1960s. But you know, like 40 years is not a bad run. Jessika: Yeah.  Mike: And then they got acquired by the Tandy corporation in 1960 for $300,000. Up until this point, Tandy had been this leather goods company and they were looking to basically get into the business of appealing to hobbyists, which they felt Radio Shack would be able to do. So, in order to do this, Tandy basically performed a complete overhaul of the unprofitable company it had just acquired, and the Wikipedia page has a really solid [00:09:00] summary of what happened. Jessika: Tandy closed Radio Shack's unprofitable mail order business, ended credit purchases, and eliminated many top management positions eating the salespeople, merchandisers and advertisers. The number of items carried was cut from 40,000 to 2,500, as Tandy sought to identify the 20% that represents the 80% of sales and replaced Radio Shacks handful of large stores with many little holes in the wall, large numbers of rented locations, which were easier to close and reopen elsewhere if one location didn't work out.  Mike: Yeah. So basically they were just going for a strategy that made Radio Shack into a much leaner, more nimble operation, which that's like the goal these days, those are kind of the golden buzzwords, but they were actually trying to do that. Charles D. Tandy, who was the guy who actually ran Tandy corporation back then, said that they were [00:10:00] basically not looking for the guy anymore, who wanted to spend his entire paycheck on the sound system, and instead they were looking for customers who wanted to save money by buying cheaper goods and then like improving them through modifications and accessories. So now they were really appealing towards nerds, and aiming at kids who are going to like work on stuff for the science fairs. And honestly it, it worked. I mean, when I was growing up Radio Shack was that store you went to, when you needed some small part a replacement, there was always one nearby. And even if they didn't have a name brand part, they usually had an off-brand version of whatever you needed. And, I never went there thinking that it was going to break the bank. It was always a fairly affordable thing. Jessika: Yeah. Agreed. I can think of like four different locations where they had a Radio Shack, just like in our area here.  Mike: Yeah. And I mean, like, I grew up in San Francisco in the eighties, and they were all over the place.[00:11:00]  So now, what's interesting is that the whole rise of personal computers happened to coincide with this period of success for Radio Shack. The late seventies was when personal computers with microprocessors started to actually be a thing on the consumer market, but typically if you wanted one, you had to build them from a kit. Like you, you physically had to, like, buy the kit and then assemble it, following the instructions, which, I mean, I'm not going to lie. That is terrifying to me. Jessika: That is terrifying. And it's total nerd shit too. They were right.  Mike: Right. Fucking nerds. Jessika: Nerd bait. Mike: Radio Shack actually wound up introducing the TRS 80 in 1977. And it was a game changer for the company because it was one of the first pre-built computers. And it was simultaneously backed by a national retail chain.  It was this super basic computer that sold for $600, which adjusting for inflation is like $2,700 nowadays. [00:12:00]  Jessika: Holy shit. There's no way. There's no way the average family is like, let's get one of those right away. Mike: No, it was, I mean, you know, this was for people who were super enthusiast, or had a lot of disposable income, which the middle-class used to have back then.  Jessika: Different times.  Mike: The salad days. But yeah, so the TRS 80, even though it had a fairly high price point sold like hotcakes, like gangbusters. I found this book and it's called, Priming the Pump: How the TRS 80 Enthusiast Helped Spark the PC Revolution, by Teresa Welsh and David Welsh. It has this really interesting history about that point in time, which, I mean, I'm not going to lie, I was waiting for her to be really dry, but it's full of a lot of really personal stories and anecdotes and it's cool, I really dug it. Basically, when they started manufacturing this computer, they were only expecting to sell 50,000 units. There's this great quote, talking about how [00:13:00] much of a surprise the first TRS computer sales were. Jessika: Both Charles Tandy and John Roach may have been skeptical about such a large. But it turned out to be an underestimation. When the first anniversary of the products came, the company found the, had sold many more than the prediction and taken a whopping 250,000 orders for TRS eighties. Most of them still undelivered. Actually we've seen various numbers in different sources, so we can't verify this number, but they certainly sold considerably more than 50,000. Don French said they received a number of threatening phone calls from people who demanded delivery of their TRS 80 right away. Ooh! Mike: Yeah, so after this huge success, they then ended up following the TRS 80 with the TRS 80 Color in 1980. And basically the first TRS computer was kind of like a full, complete unit with a built-in monitor and everything. [00:14:00] The TRS 80 Color, in turn, was just the computer itself, and then you would plug in a color TV instead of using this built-in monitor. The TRS computers wound up selling well enough that Radio Shack really leaned hard into the computer business, and they even started offering computer camps for pre-teens in the early eighties, which was kind of an extension of that mission that they wanted to appeal to kids who wanted to excel at science fairs, because I mean, you know, those were the new nerds. So if you want to learn more about the TRS computers, by the way, there's this really great site called MatthewReadsTRS80.org. That helped me kind of learn about a lot of this stuff. I'll put it in the show notes, but it's really kind of an interesting walk-through, this particular venue of history. Anyway, this was the high point for Radio Shack, to be perfectly honest. By September of 1982, the company had more than 4,300 stores just in America and [00:15:00] more than 2,000 independent franchises and towns that were not large enough to have a company owned store. So, for comparison, there are fewer GameStops worldwide today than there were Radio Shacks in the early eighties.  Jessika: Wow.  Mike: Like, I realized that GameStop has been having a rough go of it lately, but there's still a lot of them around. Jessika: Yeah. Huh. Mike: And during this period of unmitigated success, that's when the Whizkid's started to show up in comic books. The early eighties were right around the time when computers were starting to get a lot of prominent, you know, quote unquote roles in media. If you're listening to this and you want to learn more, there is a site dedicated to media prominently featuring computers and storylines, and it's called Starring the Computer, that tracks stuff like this all the way back to the fifties. It's an incomplete list, but it's really interesting, and they have a whole section devoted to Tandy computers.[00:16:00] Like, I remember there was an episode of Murder, She Wrote very early on where she moves to New York and there's this whole plot about how she's gotten a computer to write her novels on. And then evidence is falsified with a modem. It's really interesting. And you know, the computer was this suddenly viable object that could play a part in people's everyday lives and could serve as a driving narrative device. But as far as I can tell the first time anyone made comics specifically focusing on educating people about personal computers was when Radio Shack started to do these comic books. And I think that's just because it was such a new thing, especially on the personal consumer market, because, you know, up until recently computers had been these huge things that took up buildings on their own.  Jessika: Yeah. And they had to be, like cooled, professionally, and I mean, it was just this whole thing.  Mike: Yeah. I mean, there [00:17:00] is a movie right now on Disney plus called The Computer That Wore Tennis Shoes.  Jessika: Oh, yeah! Mike: A very early Kurt Russell, and it's one of those things where the whole he's in college and he winds up getting shocked, I think, and there's this whole thing, this computer gets basically downloaded into him. So he has the processing power and knowledge of this computer, but they show you the computer and it like, it is a giant monstrosity of a thing that takes up, I think, an entire lab.  Jessika: It does. I remember that movie. Mike: And I mean, our phones, these days are more powerful than those. So RadioShack started making comics in 1971. They were putting out a series of educational comics called the science fair story of electronics via the Radio Shack education comic book program. But, then in 1980, they pivoted and they started giving away these new comics in stores. You could also, [00:18:00] if you were a teacher, you could send in a request to Radio Shack on school letterhead and get a free pack of 50.  Jessika: Oh, wow. Mike: And yeah, like, you know, they were really pushing that hard because these comics were educational, but they were also advertisements.  Jessika: Very much so. Oh, that was something I messaged you earlier,  was like, wow. I was reading just an ad there, wasn't I?  Mike: But, I mean, I will say they were, they were educational.  Jessika: Yeah, absolutely.  Mike: Yeah, so the Superman Radio Shack giveaway comics starred the aforementioned Whiz Kids, Alec and Shanna, along with their teacher Mrs. Wilson, but for the first three issues, which were published in 1980, 81 and 82, they also starred Superman and other characters from the DC Universe.  Jessika: I need to correct you for a second, because you said Mrs. Wilson, and it definitely was Ms. Wilson.  Mike: Oh, I'm sorry. That's right.  Jessika: It was Ms. Wilson, and I think that will come into play [00:19:00] later.  Mike: That is true. She did not have a ring on her finger. Jessika: She did not. She looked a little close to all the superheroes that waltzed right up in there, half naked into her classroom.  Mike: I mean, can ya blame her? Jessika: No, she was hot too.  Mike: Right? We're going to talk about each of these specific issues, but first up is the Computer That Saved Metropolis, which was published in July of 1980. So, even though this was a promotional giveaway, DC committed some pretty serious talent to the book. The first two issues were written by Cary Bates, who was this long-term writer for DC. He wrote a ton of action comics, Superman, and the New Adventures of Superboy, as well as being the head script writer for the live action Superboy series in the 1980s that we discussed a couple episodes back.  Jessika: Totally. Mike: He also worked as a script writer for various cartoons, including Gem and Gargoyles.  Jessika: Oh, hell yeah.  Mike: Right. [00:20:00] But then also his name might sound familiar to some people listening to the show because we mentioned him on the New Guardians episode where, it turns out he wrote issues two through 12 of the New Guardians. The art for this issue, meanwhile, was handled by Jim Starlin and Dick Giordano. Both of them are pretty big deals too. Starlin became a big name in comics during the seventies. He garnered a lot of acclaim for his cosmic space opera stories. He co-created characters like Shang-Chi and Thanos. Giordano in turn was an artist who had recently come back to DC comics and was serving as the Batman editor at the time. He actually got promoted shortly after this to be the company's managing editor in 1981. And then he was promoted again to executive editor in 83, and then he stayed with the company until the mid nineties when he retired, after his wife died. And then, aside from being a giveaway issue, this comic actually ran as a backup story in the July, 1980 ssues for Action [00:21:00] Comics, Legion of Superheroes, House of Mystery and Superboy. So Superman schilling Radio Shack computers, and forcing children to perform complex math for him, and definitely, probably schtupping Ms. Wilson, like, I think we need to agree that, that those two totally smashed. Jessika: Oh, absolutely. And I have my theories about her and Supergirl as well.  Mike: Yeah. Yeah.  Jessika: They had a moment.  Mike: Right? Jessika: We both took the same picture of that same shot and I sent it to you and you were like, no way. Mike: I thought that was so funny.  Jessika: Don't worry, we'll post that one.  Mike: I, oh God. Like, I just, that was great. It was like great minds think alike. But yeah, all of this is officially a canon part of DC comics lore, which is wild. Like [00:22:00]  Jessika: It's bat shit bananas.  Mike: Yeah. Now weirdly it looks like this is the only issue that actually made it into other DC comics. So, you know, the other two or their own standalone things. And aren't officially cannon, I guess. All right. How would you describe the 1980 issue? The Computers That Saved Metropolis? Jessika: Well, these were like both very advertisey and complex at the same time in their narrative, which was interesting. So, this first one, I'm going to give you a little bit of backstory about these bitches. I say these bitches, because I'm going to be talking about a whole classroom full of children. So I obviously really like children. I have a bachelor's in French and everyone's like, you should teach. And I'm like, no, I shouldn't.  Mike: Oh, oh no. Let's talk about that for a sec. I majored in history my first time through college, and everyone also said I should teach. And I was like, I fucking hate [00:23:00] children. I worked at Disneyland it poisoned me again. And don't get me wrong. I have, I have two stepchildren now. I love them. I would die for them. They're great. But kids in general, not a fan. They're sociopathic little monsters. Jessika: Mm hmm. So the comic starts off with Superman doing patrols around Metropolis, and apparently he just does that. And he just jets off to a sixth grade classroom at the whim of Ms. Wilson.  Mike: I have my own theory about this. Jessika: Oh my goodness. He's supposed to be a guest teacher about computers, apparently. Like, First of all, for some reason, along with his super abilities, he's also a super computer genius. And is he accredited? Like is he allowed to be teaching students?  Mike: No. Okay. There, there are two things to discuss here. So you have [00:24:00] to remember that Superman from the Golden Age through the modern age was largely a weird sci-fi series where the main character was this alien who had all these powers that constantly changed. There wasn't really any editorial control until they streamlined it with Crisis on Infinite Earths. But on top of that, he was generally shown to be an amazing genius, like just whenever they needed it. But ,he built the Superman robots. He. I can't remember if he made the Phantom Zone Projector or if the Phantom Zone Projector was on artifact from Krypton, he was constantly trying to restore the city of Kandor, which was basically shrunk down to the size of a bottle, and it was a Kryptonian city, to restore it to its full size. Like in that issue of Super Boy, we read, he like put all those chemicals together and created the pools that granted the dogs, various powers.  Jessika: Yeah, no, I guess you're, I guess he's always been [00:25:00] smart.  Mike: Yeah. But then the other thing is that Superman is a little bit too earnest in this issue. Like, he shows up exactly on time. And then he is clearly trying to impress these kids to make a good impression with Ms. Wilson. And everything about this reeks of a dude who had a one night stand and is now desperate to hook up again. So what he's doing is he's trying to prove that A) he is reliable and B) he is good with kids. Jessika: Yep. No, that's totally how it felt.  Mike: I'm not speaking from experience. Jessika: Oh, so anyway, Superman creepily knows all the students' names, I guess, because he used his x-ray vision to look at the teacher's seating chart, even though that's not how x-rays work. That's always bothered me. I'm sorry, we don't have time for this.  Mike: [00:26:00] Thomas Edison would like a word. Jessika: Seriously. Also, I have to mention that the whole class was bored as fuck even after Sups flew in. And I don't know about you, but every kid I knew, wanted to know about computers and have a turn on the computer when we got them in the library at school or when someone got one at home.  Mike: Oh, yeah. Jessika: So the idea that one of the kids in his class is being dismissive of the whole idea of not doing normal schoolwork and just doing computer class instead with fucking Superman of all people. It's just ridiculous.  Mike: Oh yeah. And that kid actively shit talked Superman repeatedly.  Jessika: Oh, he's a shit heal. Oh. And he still gets to be the fucking like, protagonist. Fuck. Mike: Oh, it was so funny. I like, my favorite was when he beats Superman at a math problem later on and like the shit talking starts immediately, and I'm like, my dude, this is possibly not a good move to irritate a guy who could literally vaporize you with a [00:27:00] glare. Jessika: That's just it. That is just it. Yeah. No. Why would you try to piss this guy off? And then Shanna's like, Ooh, Superman. You better tell him. I was like, dude, Shanna, you, you need to shut the fuck up immediately and not goad this situation.  Mike: You know, that was probably the most realistic part of this entire comic, because speaking as someone that lives with an 11 year old, they are shit stirrers. Jessika: Oh my gosh. So, Supes takes the kids up to the roof because of course he does, and he proceeds to give the class some very long-winded exposition about the history of computers and their size and what they do and how they've evolved from the first computers, and moving into how they're used in society today from space travel to transistor radios, which what a time capsule of a callout.  Mike: [00:28:00] Yeah. Jessika: This whole thing was a whole time capsule.  Mike: Yeah. Very much is. Jessika: Of course, there was also some lovely product placement throughout and some not-so-subtle comments on affordability versus common household items. Tangent that always cracked me up to say, this computer is less expensive than a TV. Well, okay, but maybe I need a TV and I don't need a computer. They do vastly different things, or they did at that point.  Mike: Yeah. Jessika: It kind of reminds me of saying like this China set costs less than a month of gross. Okay, well, I need to eat and I don't necessarily need a China set, so.  Mike: Yeah, I mean, he was hard selling those kids. Jessika: Oh yeah. He was like, you should ask your parents to go out and buy you one.  Mike: Yup. Jessika: So, of course, Supes hears with his super hearing a tornado and he like jets the fuck out of there. And, he defeats it by [00:29:00] blowing the wind or something like that. And then he feels all sick and shit, and comes across a villain named Major Disaster who, you know, just as his name implies, causes quote unquote natural disasters like there's floods and shit. It was a little ridiculous.  Mike: Yeah, he was always kind of like a C- to D-list villain who would use weapons and equipment to make natural disasters. My knowledge of this character is hazy at best, but I think eventually he gained the ability to manipulate probability. He didn't appear a lot and he's been dead for a while, I think. Cause I remember him showing up as a zombie in Blackest Night. Jessika: Oh.  Mike: But, I mean, I remember reading this stuff and I was like, this is kind of a cool, like off-the-wall villain. I dig him. You know, I certainly liked them a lot better than other villains that I've seen in Superman books where it's like, you know, generic alien warlord number five. Jessika: Seriously. Well, and when I read the name, Major Disaster, I was like, [00:30:00] same, girl. So, of course Superman needs the help of these children that he like, makes them perform these, like, high-stress situational calculations on the computer for him. Instead of like asking the adult he's banging in the room. Mike: I mean. Jessika: Honestly, come on, like, get the adults involved, like, Alec and Shanna don't need to save the day. They're supposed to be in sixth grade, even though they look way older than that. Mike: Like, yeah, they looked like kind of like eighth or ninth graders. Like they were a little bit older, it seemed.  Jessika: The second one, they looked older than that, they looked like they were teenagers in the second one, for some reason, I was like, what's that? And then the third one, they got young again. And I was like, I don't know what's happening with you guys, but. Mike: Yeah. I mean, I will say that I was willing to believe that Alec was in sixth grade just because he had that awful fucking bowl haircut that like.  Jessika: My brother had that.  Mike: Right. Yeah. But [00:31:00] when did he stop having it? Jessika: No, no, you're right. Probably after he was like in, probably after middle school.  Mike: Yeah. It's, you know, it's that thing where suddenly you realize, oh, I can go to a barber instead of having my parents cut my hair.  Jessika: Oh. So the kids basically do a bunch of calculations, and they double check each other's work by doing the same calculation on two separate computers that Supes and flown in prior and just left there. Apparently.  Mike: Yeah. And there's a whole thing about how Major Disaster had knocked out all the other computers in town, but he didn't know about these two personal computers because personal computers were a new thing. And that's the other reason that they're the ones who were performing the calculations and then they're on radio headsets with Superman providing this information. Jessika: I still say you're in a school that has way more adults than just the one standing in that room, and even that one's not involved. So. Mike: I mean, well, and the other thing is that the math equations that he's throwing at them are like this jet is falling out of the sky at this speed. [00:32:00] The wind is this fast. They're going at this angle. How fast do I need to go to catch them without doing damage to the plane or the people inside. And it's like, first of all, of course, yes, as you said, it's high stress, but second, like I still don't know how to do that math equation. I don't know how these sixth graders did because they looked like they were in a pretty shitty school that Superman made worse at one point when he liked tunneled up through the floor and just left a giant hole. Jessika: He was like, I'll fix that later.  Mike: Sure you will, sure you will, Clark. Jessika: It's awful. Uh. So he finally of course finds the villain, defeats him, whatever. Then the kids are hailed as heroes and as a reward, I guess they get to be at a Radio Shack commercial about the computers they used. I mean, cool. I guess.  Mike: Yeah. It was kind of a, a, meh ending, but, but yeah. Like, I dunno. Did you [00:33:00] like the issue overall? I'm curious. Jessika: It got really in the weeds playing up the computer aspects, which okay. I get it. You know, again, I get it. This is an advertisement, but dude, snooze fest, I put it down a few times and had to pick it back up, during those computer exposition parts. And you know, I'm slightly bothered by a vague plot line, but all in all, like it was, it was fine.  Mike: Yeah. Jessika: To use your line.  Mike: Yeah. I mean, reading through it, some of the computer history stuff I thought was actually pretty interesting  Jessika: Yeah. Yeah.  Mike: Like, when they went up on the roof and he was saying, you know, so the space that we're sending in actually is the size of what computers used to fill. And yeah, it does get a little too in the weeds because they're trying to get a little too much exposition in there at the same time. I felt like overall it walked a relatively fine line of providing action that was kind of [00:34:00] interesting. And, and the plot line of, oh, well, yeah, his powers were on the fritz because there was microscopic kryptonite particles in the tornado and he inhaled them when he was getting ready to blow it out. Like, I thought that actually was surprisingly well thought out for basically a licensed advertisement. You know, this was, this was effectively a full length version of one of those like hostess, Twinkies ads that they used to do.  Jessika: Right?  Mike: Yeah. But like, I didn't hate it. I found it charming. Jessika: It had its moments.  Mike: Yeah. I'm not going to lie, I found the undeniable sexual attention between Superman and the kid's teacher really entertaining. Jessika: Yeah, definitely it was palpable. I thought it was even funnier too, that the kids were even, like Ms. Wilson, how do you know Superman?  Mike: And she doesn't answer! Jessika: And she was like, She like side eyes.[00:35:00] How do I know Superman?…Biblically.  Mike: Well, and that was the funny thing was when we were talking about this ahead of the episode, I was like, so yeah, they, they totally smashed, right? Like, like that's not up for debate. Jessika: No, it's really not. It happened.  Mike: All right. let's move on to the next issue. So. Clearly, this was a successful marketing tool because in 1981, DC and Radio Shack released a brand new book that was called Victory By Computer. So this time the main story was illustrated by a couple of legendary artists. There was Curt Swan and Vince Colletta. Coletta started as an artist and anchor from the Silver Age of comics. He frequently collaborated with Jack Kirby who is known as, you know, the king of comic books, and a lot of folks considered their run on Thor to be the definitive take on the character.  Kurt Swan's involvement, on the other hand, is especially noteworthy. [00:36:00] He is considered by many comic book artists to be the Superman artist. He started penciling Superman and Superboy comics in the late forties. And he didn't stop until DC put them out to pasture in the mid eighties because they were rebooting Superman via Crisis on Infinite Earths.  Arlen Schumer, who's this major comic book historian, says Swan penciled over 19,000 covers and pages of interior art for Superman comics.  Jessika: Whoa! Mike: Yeah. Like again, they were putting some serious talent behind these books. Jessika: They were pumping out a lot of content, to be fair.  Mike: Yeah. How would you summarize Victory By Computer? Jessika: We find ourselves, yet again at the elementary school, I put in heavy quotations of kids that look like they're about 17 years old, this issue. So Shanna and smartass Alec are back at it. This time, Supergirl joins the class to [00:37:00] teach them about the pocket computer. What a fucking throwback.  Mike: Like, that's something that we need to explain. Like the pocket computer was, basically kind of like a smart calculator that could perform basic functions and had a little keyboard in there. And I don't know how much they sold for, but they couldn't have been cheap. Jessika: I can't imagine so, yeah. Well, and by the way, at this point in the scene where Supergirl pulls out, her pocket computer, she pulls out of a pocket on her cape. So canonically, there are pockets in the capes. Mike: Yeah. They can't get them on the rest of their costume, but they can get them in their capes.  Jessika: Which means that there's just stuff like weighing down the cape, so it shouldn't even be moving like it does.  Mike: I remember in an early issue of Superman, the eighties series that John Byrne was doing, there is a bit where he stops by a balloon vendor because he's got a drone pursuing him and he winds up like [00:38:00] thinking, oh, it's lucky that I always carry a few spare dollars in like my belt buckle because he had that yellow belt back then, which side note I miss the yellow belt. I don't know if it's back, cause I haven't read any Superman comics for a while, but they got rid of it for quite some time. Like, I mean, you know, it's the Henry Cavill look now or it's the full blue suit. I miss the red trunks in the yellow belt. Jessika: Yeah. the good old days. Mike: Yeah. Jessika: So Supergirl decides to use her super powers to show the class they are able to find information on the TRS 80's as fast as she was able to find it, like physically with her super powers looking for it. And it was like, okay, sure.  Mike: Yeah.  Jessika: When an odd comparison, but fine.  Mike: Yeah, it was really weird, there was a bit where they, like, it almost felt like they were hacking into the newsfeed of, I think the Daily Planet to get headlines, even though I'm sorry, but like, come on really, you think that a [00:39:00] print journalistic outlet is going to have top of the line technology back then come on. Jessika: No they're not putting any of that into a computer. They're still handwriting everything.  Mike: Yes. I think back then they were still using, the electric typewriter that had like the built-in, it was quote unquote memory, but it was, you know, not really. Jessika: Not as we know it now, at least. And there was some definite sexual tension with Ms. Wilson at Supergirl as well. We will post the picture. Um.  Mike: Right. It's this whole bit where Supergirl is like, oh, don't worry. I'm a school teacher in my secret identity. And I'm like, I don't know. Like, Are you just trying to impress her with this? What's the end goal of revealing this crucial information about your secret identity, Supergirl? Jessika: I know, right. She's just trying to connect with another human. She's like I'm also a school teacher. We should talk about it over dinner sometime.  Mike: And then maybe move in together after three weeks of dating, and adopt three cats. Jessika: Oh, my gosh. So, Super girl basically [00:40:00] teaches the class and then she I'll bet she just left those fucking pocket computers too, because you know, just like Superman just left the computers there. He was like, have fun kids.  Mike: Okay. Yeah, but here's the thing, like, you really think that some middle school kids or elementary school kids, however old they fucking are. You really think that they're going to sit there and try to steal the computers that the literal alien gods from other planets dropped off and taught them about? Jessika: Oh, I'm not, I'm not worried. Oh, that's funny. Yeah, no, I'm not worried about them stealing it. I'm just like Superman just apparently has like the extra spending cash that he can just like drop off two computers to a school and just like fuck off. Like really?  Mike: No, I mean, I, I viewed it the other way of just like, they're like, they're not worried about it. They're like, yeah. We'll, we'll get those back. Don't worry.  Jessika: Oh, so Supergirl apparently gets asked to go on [00:41:00] patrol by Superman and she spots something fishy. And so she goes to check it out, but it was a trap, of course. Mike: Yeah, but I mean, it wasn't even a very good trap. Jessika: Is a stupid trap. It was like, if you're a superhero and you happen to get curious, because you happen to be going near this location, maybe. And she like fell right into maybe a four foot by four foot hole in the ground. So I'm not really sure how that worked either. They just were like, nah, she's going to fall right here.  Mike: Yeah. Like she fell through the skylight after getting hit with like a blast of red sun radiation, or whatever it is.  Jessika: You know what it was, they used their TRS 80 to calculate where she was going to fall. So she gets stuck in what's basically like, it's like a lounge. It's like somebody's living room, and they have a computer there with a phone. So it's like, they weren't even trying that hard to keep her [00:42:00] there.  Mike: No, it was, it was absolutely the, like what a seventies swinger house looks like in all the movies that we see now where you're just like, oh, oh, okay. Jessika: It basically had a conversation pit.  Mike: Yeah. Jessika: Yeah. So of course, she remembers the phone number from Ms. Wilson's classroom. Mike: Yeah, because the rotary phone had the phone number printed on the front of it, because that was a thing that used to happen. Jessika: I feel like that's a little more explaining than she needed to give. I think she is making up for the fact that she just knows that number by heart.  Mike: I was going to say, I think she really wanted to get Mrs. Wilson's phone number, and then it just happened to actually be helpful in a way other than getting her a date. Jessika: Gosh, Ms. Wilson, man. And canonically bisexual? Question mark? Mike: I don't see why not. I think we can, I think we can [00:43:00] officially declare it. Jessika: Someone's going to @ us, I hope they do. So at any rate, she gets in touch with the class. She makes them do all these weird wacky calculations, has some get in touch with Superman. And by the time Superman gets there, like she's gotten out of it because she also used the computer to find out that there were like underground tunnels. And so she's like, I'll just walk out of these tunnels.  Mike: Yeah, basically it turns out it was like an old mob hide out and the students were able to look up some articles, which again, like, I don't know, because I was born in 81 and I don't have a good idea of what computer and internet adjacent technology was like back then. But they apparently look up articles about this hideout that got busted and they learned from the articles that there were underground tunnels that. Whatever, it was dumb, they don't even show her getting out. It was dumb. Jessika: No, she's just like walking out afterwards and Superman's, like, [00:44:00] oh, I was here to save you. And she's like, I just took the tunnels dude. And then like the bad guys are just, they just happened to be driving by. So they were like, well, let's just go get the bad guys. What do you think? It looks like, oh those are Lex Luther's dudes. Let's just go get the bad guys.  Mike: Yeah. And there's a whole thing where like, Lex Luther has announced from jail that like Superman is going to break him out and it's a much looser plot than the first issue was. Like the first issue, there was like, I felt like a much tighter story, you know, in between the educational bits, this one, it felt like they were kind of stretching to figure out a way to connect all this stuff. Jessika: For sure. Yes. Mike: Yeah. Yeah. So I think we can safely say that this was not our favorite of three books. Jessika: No, this one was so ridiculous. I mean, I loved the heavy, heavy [00:45:00] gay overtones. Mike: I mean, when do we not love the heavy gay overtones? Come on. Jessika: It's the agenda after all: brunch for everyone.  Mike: Yeah. So like, do you have any final thoughts on this, or should we move on to the last of the three books? Jessika: Ugh. That's just once mosey.  Mike: Okay. All right. So 83 was when we got the final book, which is the Computer Masters of Metropolis. So, this time Paul Kupperberg wrote the script for the comic. Kupperberg, he's not exactly a household name in terms of comic books, but he is actually pretty prolific. He's written over a thousand comics during his time as a writer, including the first appearance of He-Man and then he wrote the subsequent Masters at the Universities for DC. Yeah, like, you know, so I've read some of his stuff and I didn't even realize it. Also like, this is actually my favorite factoid about him. He served as the senior editor of the Weekly World News shortly [00:46:00] before it got shut down in 2007. Jessika: What? Mike: Yeah. And like that automatically makes me like the dude, because the Weekly World News was one of my favorite things when I was in college, and because I was so good at Photoshop in high school and college, and I was interested in journalism, but I also love the weird stuff, I actually wanted to apply to the weekly world news for a job just for like a little while. And be like, yeah, like I Photoshop pictures of bat boy. Like, I really was hoping that that would be a thing, and then they shut down right after I graduated college and broke my cold black heart. Jessika: It's a damn shame.  Mike: But yeah. So, meanwhile, the art was handled again by Curt Swan and then he was also assisted by Frank Chiaramonte. Chiaramonte was Swan's regular anchor on the main Superman book from 1978 to 82. And then this is one of his last books that he worked on because he died really young in January of [00:47:00] 83. He was only 40 years old. Like.  Jessika: Oh.  Mike: Yeah, it's really weird too. I was trying to figure out what happened and all I could find was that just, he died young. But, he was regarded pretty well and he worked on a lot of stuff. So I think if he hadn't died, he probably would've, you know, gone on to great things. But the Computer Masters of Metropolis doesn't have a publish date other than 1982, which means it came out less than a year before his death, because he died in January of 83.  Jessika: Oh, dang.  Mike: Yeah. All right. So what happened in the Computer Masters of Metropolis?  Jessika: So, those are some lucky kids studying at whatever outskirts elementary school this is. Cause it's not in Metropolis proper, it's like in the suburbs of Metropolis somewhere.  Mike: Yeah. You know, it's superhero-adjacent to the city. Jessika: Yeah. Yeah. Right. And again, not sure why Ms. Wilson seems to be on really, really [00:48:00] friendly terms with all the superheroes in the area, but Wonder Woman shows up to take them to the World's Fair, which of course is being held in Metropolis.  Mike: Yeah. Which I mean, okay. Why, why not?  Jessika: Exactly. Meanwhile, Lex Luther was salty about being denied entry for an exhibit for the World's Fair because the organizers didn't want to encourage his villainy.  Mike: It's so good. It's so good. Jessika: And so Luther decides to try to blackmail a way in, but that didn't work. So, of course he decides the thing to do is to threaten, to like completely destroy the fair, and ultimately creates another red solar radiation trap. This time, luring Superman into a room, rigged with explosives and bathed in red solar radiation, dun, dun, dun. So once again, there are computers in the room, I think, so. So he reaches out to [00:49:00] Alec and Shanna who are told that Wonder Woman should also be at the fair and to page page her. And she's basically like, okay, why are children paging me right now? But finds out that Superman is being held at the plantarium. She lassos the whole damn building and whips it around and it somehow deactivates the red solar radiation beam? Question mark? Mike: I don't know, man, I was pretty checked out when I was reading this. Like. They reused a lot of the same stuff, too. Like the same art where they were showing the computer chip, getting threaded through the needle, the bit where the kids are all walking on the giant demo version of the TRS,  Jessika: Oh, and those kids were being very nice because they acted surprised and very impressed to see that same damn exhibit for a second time.  Mike: Yeah. Which previously had showed up in the last issue. And I mean, like, it was a lot more exposition this time around too.  Jessika: It was.  Mike: [00:50:00] Anyway, sorry. Jessika: No, not at all. So Superman escapes and they catch Luther and the day is saved. And the end scenes were particularly silly. The mayor I'm assuming goes to thank Wonder Woman for saving the day. And she's like, but also these children, who just happened to be standing on the stage, like right behind her anyway, like the mayor, just, wasn't going to say anything about those kids on the stage, too, apparently. And they had a computer on stage with them? They were like, and this is the computer, let it hold the key too. And you got to know that like both Wonder Woman and Superman have to have entire rooms dedicated to the key to Metropolis that they get every time they save some damn building or something, they're all like, chuck another one in there. No, no, no. You kids keep that one.  Mike: It's fine. I've got 12 at home that are much nicer. Jessika: They're hanging on a wall around in a study.  Mike: They just use them as like coat racks. Jessika: [00:51:00] So Alec and Shanna, once again, saved the day, I guess.  Mike: Yeah, I mean, this was actually my least favorite of the three comics, because again, it was recycling art or, or using very similar art. It was making a lot of the same points, but it felt a lot more telling, not showing. And while I was really happy to see Lex Luther being next level petty, which, these days, you know, Lex Luther is a billionaire CEO, scientist who also has like armies of underlings performing super science for him that he's able to utilize. He's basically he is a more-  Jessika: Jeff Bezos.  Mike: Yeah, He is He is a, I was going to say, he's just, he's a more nakedly transparent, Jeff Bezos.  Jessika: Oh, you actually were going to say that. I'm sorry. I stole that right from out from under you. Mike: [00:52:00] No. I mean like it's, I'm sorry, like Jeff Bezos exploits his workers and use the money that he got from that to take a rocket ship and play astronaut, which side note, one of my favorite things about that entire story is that NASA at the last minute redefined, I think it was NASA, redefined what constitutes the definition of an astronaut, so he couldn't get an astronaut patch or pin. An astronaut pin, I think. Jessika: Which, again, the level of petty, but this is what I need. This is what I need to see, because it can't always be fucking Lex Luther winning.  Mike: Yeah. But anyway, like I really appreciated that we got to see Lex Luther being a super villain goon, like very flamboyant, flying around with his own little personal jet pack or jet boots, whatever they were like, they were like, it was like little rockets that he had attached to like his. I'm I'm struggling to remember if it was on his boots or on his waist. It was one or the other, right? Jessika: Yeah, I think it was [00:53:00] on his, I think you're right about the boots. And then he also had those fancy power gauntlets.  Mike: Yeah. And I mean, the other thing is back in this era, Lex Luther actually had a couple of different costumes that he wore that were very colorful and over-the-top, and it was like green and purple. So it kind of was that, that Joker color motif again, you know, it was really striking. And so he had that outfit of kind of the purple and green spandex that we saw in this issue. But then he also had this really baller set of green power armor that he used to really make Superman's life miserable for awhile. Like I said, after 1983, Radio Shack stopped with the Superman comics, but they didn't actually stop making comics. They kept on doing these comics with the Whiz Kids, but they instead moved over to Archie comic publications. I haven't been able to find out why the partnership's stopped. There's very little actual [00:54:00] documentation about these comics outside of a bunch of articles saying, oh yeah, they happened. Like they were a thing. They were dumb. And then pretty much all I've been able to find otherwise is people selling them. Cause there's still a lot of them around. And if you're looking for a fun piece of comic book history, these aren't very expensive, even in mint condition. That said the Tandy brand was starting to fall out of popularity by 83. For some perspective, it's estimated that Tandy controlled up to 60% of the personal computer market in the late seventies, which is like an astronomical market share. However, and this is from an article by a guy named Ron White, that he wrote for a magazine called 80 Micro in 1987, and you can now find it on a site called Vintage is the New Old, and we'll put this in the show notes again, Tandy's market share was down to 25% by 86. So it's a pretty fast fall from grace. Jessika: Yeah.  Mike: And then, even though Archie was publishing the comics, [00:55:00] none of the Archie characters actually showed up in any of these books with the Whiz Kids, although Radio Shack did publish Archie in the History of Electronics separately.  Jessika: Oh. Mike: Like, yeah. But based on that, my guess is that Radio Shack was looking to save some cash and Archie was probably a much better deal. I'm guessing it costs a lot more to license DC superheroes than it does to just make a comic without any big name characters. Jessika: Oh, I am sure.  Mike: Yeah. And then shortly after Archie took over the publication duties, the TRS computer line got rebranded to the Tandy computer. So it makes sense that the comic was rebranded from the TRS Whiz Kid's to the Tandy computer Whiz Kids. And that's actually, when I first became aware of this whole venture, because Nostalgia Alley, which is the local retro game store up in Petaluma, has a copy of one of the Tandy Whiz Kids comics on the shelf behind the counter. And so I [00:56:00] spotted that one time and I was talking to Jason, the owner, and he let me check it out for a couple of minutes. And that's when I started looking into this whole thing, which, per usual, led us down a rabbit hole. Jessika: Love these rabbit holes of ours.  Mike: Yeah, they're fun. Anyway, the Tandi Whiz Kid's comics kept on coming out until 1992. And based on what I understand, they featured the Whiz Kids solving crimes, using Tandy computers and other Radio Shack products. I haven't read them. I do really want to track down a copy of the Computer that Said No To Drugs though. Jessika: Who was offering computers drugs? They are expensive! Mike: I, I don't know. I'm really curious about everything about that. Jessika: Hey man, you want to hit this? It's just a fucking computer. And it's like, what are you talking about, dude?  Mike: Oh, I'm having flashbacks now of that episode of, uh, Futurama where Bender gets hooked on electricity. Jessika: Oh, hahahaha. [00:57:00]  Mike: They keep on referring to it as jacking on anyway. Yeah. But the early nineties were when things really started to go downhill for Radio Shack and they never really stopped, because stores like Best Buy and Walmart just started to really eat their lunch. And then, it got to the point where they've had to declare bankruptcy twice in the past five years or so. Like they also declared Nick Cannon as their chief creative officer around the time of the first bankruptcy. Yeah. And now they've been bought by some shady sounding company out of Florida. So the brand is still around, but it's not really the company that we grew up with. And I don't know, I'm honestly not sure what's worse, like partnering with Nick Cannon, or being this pale reflection of your former glory. They both sound pretty bad. Jessika: Yeah.  Mike: But yeah, that's the story about Superman, and how he wound up acting as a computer salesman for [00:58:00] a couple of years. You got any final thoughts? Jessika: So I'm just shaking my head over here. Like my nostrils are flaring.  Mike: How was that different from any other conversation I lead though? Jessika: I literally prepare myself for these, cause I'm like, all right, you can get angry, but don't get too angry. My secret is I'm always angry.  Mike: Dun dun dun. Jessika: Hmm. So you know, it's really interesting to see how very far we've come since these issues came out in the early eighties. Like, we're sitting here on small laptops, I've got a phone and a tablet right here in front of me as well, and you and I are basically sitting across from each other, having a conversation, even though we're not even in the same physical location.  Mike: Yeah. Jessika: It blows my mind how amazing things like high speed trains and basic information [00:59:00] searches seemed back then, when they're so commonplace now. Like, I seriously Google everything. I would be nowhere without Google.  Mike: Yeah. My career is because of the internet. Jessika: Yeah. Yours, yours sure, is absolutely that's, yeah. That's a wild thing to think about too. And it's also wild to think about how much more advanced technology has become even in just, I had to do the calculations 40 years time, which I about had a panic attack when I mathed that out because. Ha ha ha. We're almost 40. Mike: Yep. Actually this episode is going to air right around the time that I'm going to be turning 40. Jessika: Yup. Happy birthday, to Mike.  Mike: Thanks, I hate it.  Jessika: No, Yeah. Right. At least you're not my mom giving my dad a [01:00:00] vulture piñata for his 40th birthday. Mike: No, Sarah has declared that she wants my 40th birthday to be a super soft birthday, which if you've ever watched Letterkenny.  Jessika: Yes! I was hoping You were going to say that. There has to be a unicorn.  Mike: I know, I think it's going to be put on hold until we're all vaccinated, but we might do a belated super soft birthday. Jessika: Yeah, okay. I figured you guys are going to have a family super soft birthday. But, if you want to have a super soft after birthday, when things clear up, I am, I am there and I will be eating some lovely pink frosted cupcakes with you.  Mike: You're on, big shoots. So we are now at the point of the episode where we're going to wrap things up with our Brain Wrinkles, which is when we discussed the one thing that is comics or comics adjacent that we just can't get out of our head. So you want to start things off? Jessika: Oh sure. [01:01:00] As I promised, I just finished watching the latest season of The Boys, which is season two. Holy shit. Holy fucking shit. That show is bat shit wild. Mike: Yeah.  Jessika: And what's been sticking in my head is the abuse dynamic between Homelander and mean, anybody he deals with, really? Mike: I was gonna say, everybody? Jessika: Yeah. And it's so interesting, cause as he was growing up, he was taught that not only is he more powerful than any person, he has been told that he is special and is entitled to do whatever pleases him. Which is really scary to see him manipulating others, using fear as a motivator to encourage them to comply. And honestly, the reason it scares me the most is just the powerlessness that these people, and most often women, are terrified into just following through with Homelander's whims.  Mike: Yeah. yeah. There's a lot of really [01:02:00] uncomfortable moments in that show. But I like the show, which I didn't expect. Jessika: Well, I do like that it's putting a spotlight onto that dynamic, cause that's a dynamic that we show is very one-sided, usually a little victim blamey.  Mike: Mmhmm.  Jessika: You know, why didn't she just leave kind of a narrative, which we all know it's not that easy.  Mike: Yeah. Jessika: And I think this is a really good example of why it's not that easy, in a very powerful way. And, it does remind me of people who are stuck in abusive households or relationships and are in different ways, powerless to leave their situations. So, hopefully it sparks some conversation.  Mike: Yeah. Jessika: Well, but what about you?  Mike: Mine is also TV related, but it's not quite as topical as your thoughts. So, I actually was trying to show my stepson[01:03:00] some X-Men cartoons the other day. And as we started to watch the first episode of Wolverine and the X-Men, he started to ask me all these questions about who the different characters were, because they basically start the show off assuming that the audience knows who all of the X-Men are, because at the time when it launched, the X-Men were a major brand, and then Disney acquired Marvel right before this. And then, they kind of made mutants personas, non grata, and, the mutants have not been featured in Disney programming up until the point where basically for the past 10 years, major media representation for kids of characters, like the X-Men, aren't all that common. And so it was just kind of a really thoughtful moment for me, where I realized I had to start them over from the beginning with an earlier X-Men cartoon, where he gets all these introductions. And I think there's going to be this generation that is going to grow up learning who the X-Men are a lot later than a lot of us [01:04:00] did. Like I knew all of the X-Men by the age of nine and I suspect. Jessika: Oh, yeah. Mike: Yeah. And so I think it's going to be really interesting to watch a generation of teenagers discover the X-Men really for the first time outside of, you know, Wolverine and Deadpool, because everybody knows who they are. Jessika: Yeah, of course. Hm. Mike: But yeah.  Jessika: That's wild.  Mike: Yeah. It's kind of one of those surreal moments of realization. Yeah.  Jessika: Hmm.  Mike: So, in two weeks we will be back with our next installment of the Sandman book club, which is going to be volumes three and four. And then until then we'll see you in the stacks. Thanks for listening to Ten Cent Takes. Accessibility is important to us, so text transcriptions of each of our published episodes can be found on our website.  Mike: This episode was hosted by Jessika Frazer and Mike Thompson written by Mike Thompson, and edited by Jessika Frazer. Our intro theme was written and performed by Jared Emerson Johnson of Bay Area Sound, our credits and transition music is Pursuit of Life by Evan [01:05:00] MacDonald, and was purchased with a standard license from Premium Beat. Our banner graphics were designed by Sarah Frank, who you can find on Instagram as @lookmomdraws. Jessika: If you'd like to get in touch with us, ask us questions, or tell us about how we got something wrong, please head over to tencenttakes.com or shoot an email to tencenttakes@gmail.com. You can also find us on Twitter; the official podcast account is tencenttakes. Jessika is jessikawitha, and Jessika spelled with a K, and Mike is vansau, V a N S a U.  Mike: If you'd like to support us, be sure to download, rate and review wherever you listen. And if you like, what you hear, tell your friends. Jessika: Stay safe out there.  Mike: And support your local comic shop. Lfa66XA001sq2SOSeOU7

Mind Gap
Episode 316 - The Sandman, Apple vs. Epic, Soaking and Jump Humping

Mind Gap

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 85:39


This week, Justin returns to discuss the teaser trailer for Netflix's adaptation of Neil Gaiman's The Sandman. The dorks then revisit the lawsuit ruling regarding Epic and Apple and whether the situation is good, bad, or otherwise. Another question is posed for Practical Doug which dives into the concept of “soaking” and “jump humping.” Don't know what that is? Well, strap yourself in and find out. Things are wrapped up with a throw-down featuring Starkiller from The Force Unleashed vs. Omni-Man from Invincible. Tune in to find out who wins! Follow us on Twitch to hang out while we record our new episodes and stream video game sessions! We have MERCH now! Check out our YouTube channel for podcast episodes, video game live stream highlights, Doug Watches Awkward Videos, and Justin Plays Video games. Be sure to like and subscribe! Follow us on all of our social medias and other platforms!  https://streamerlinks.com/mindgappodcast

Going North Podcast
#InvincibleForeverMore – Kristy Boyd Johnson, Cecilia Rankin, & Cathy Derksen

Going North Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 48:53


“To become invincible is to have hope.” – Cecilia Rankin Today's 5th and final bonus inspirational author panel for September 2021 features 3 of the authors from the bestselling book, “Invisible No More; Invincible Forever More: Inspiring Stories from Women Who Have Gone From Invisible to Invincible”. We talked about what it means to feel invincible and more!   Key Thing's You'll Learn: How each author went from invisible to invincible. What each author does to feel invincible. Why it pays to be nice.   Kristy's Site: http://www.TurtleSeaBooks.com Cecilia's Site: https://www.healthcoaching4ever.com/ Cathy's Site: https://inspiredtenacity.com/   The opening track is titled, "Don't You" from The Solar Mixtape by Asis Galvin. Be sure to capture this beat by clicking this link. https://asisgalvin.bandcamp.com/track/dont-you   You May Also Like…   #InvisibleNoMore - Lynda Sunshine West, Delores Garcia, Pamela Gort & Mary Elizabeth Jackson: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/invisiblenomore-lynda-sunshine-west-delores-garcia-pamela-gort-mary-elizabeth-jackson/   #InvincibleForeverMore - Nancy Lockhart, Mischelle O'Neal, Paige Davidson, Krystylle Richardson, & Sally Green: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/invincibleforevermore-nancy-lockhart-mischelle-oneal-paige/   #FearlessEntrepreneurs with David Smith, Kym Glass, & Kohila Sivas: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/fearlessentrepreneurs-with-david-smith-kym-glass-kohila-sivas/   #FearlessEntrepreneurs – Lynda Sunshine West, Sally Green, & Amy Lee Kaiser (@LyndaSunshine55): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/fearlessentrepreneurs-lynda-sunshine-west-sally-green/   81 - "Badassery 101" with Roseanney Liu (@RoseanneyLiu): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/81-badassery-101-with-roseanney-liu-roseanneyliu/   66.5 - "Woman 5.0" with Gema Ramirez (@gemramir): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/665-woman-50-with-gema-ramirez-gemramir/   259 – “Positive Aging” with Stephanie Raffelock (@SRaffelock): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/259-positive-aging-with-stephanie-raffelock-sraffelock/   169 - "The Second Wave" with Kerri Hummingbird (@KerriHummingbrd): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/169-the-second-wave-with-kerri-hummingbird-kerrihummingbrd/   105 - "A Short Path to Change" with Jenny Mannion (@jennymannion): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/105-a-short-path-to-change-with-jenny-mannion-jennymannion/   Ep. 360 – “Beyond Lovelyville” with Dr. Lin Morel (@drlinmorel): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-360-beyond-lovelyville-with-dr-lin-morel-drlinmorel/   Ep. 382 – “Coming Out as Yourself” with Stephanie Lavigne (@stephlavigne): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-382-coming-out/   Ep. 354 – “Thrilling Self-Love” with Kristina Rienzi: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-354-thrilling-self-love-with-kristina-rienzi/   284 – “Choose You” with Meagan Fettes (@MeaganFettes): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/284-choose-you-with-meagan-fettes-meaganfettes/   285 – “Find Your Friggin' Joy” with Belinda Farrell (@Hunababy): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/285-find-your-friggin-joy-with-belinda-farrell-hunababy/   276 – “Over My Dead Body” with Jen Gaudet (@jen_coaching): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/276-over-my-dead-body-with-jen-gaudet-jen_coaching/   150 - "Princess Monroe and Her Happily Ever After" with Jody Vallee Smith: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/150-princess-monroe-and-her-happily-ever-after-with-jody-vallee-smith/     160 - "Chocolate, Pumpkin Spice & Wisdom From the Warrior Princess" with Jenn Taylor (@MomOfEighteen): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/160-chocolate-pumpkin-spice-wisdom-from-the-warrior-princess-with-jenn-taylor-momofeighteen/   113 - "Business, Faith & Empowering Women Over 40" with Jen Du Plessis (@JenDuPlessis): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/113-business-faith-empowering-women-over-40-with-jen-du-plessis-jenduplessis/   Host 2 Host Special - "Dare to Be Authentic" with Mari Mitchell (@coachmariporter): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/host-2-host-special-dare-to-be-authentic-with-mari-mitchell-coachmariporter/

The Common Good Podcast
Dr. Robert Jeffress shares encouragement from his new book, “Invincible,” Matthew Soerens from World Relief discusses how we can respond to the border crisis with compassion, and Brian & Aubrey comment on the Biden Administration's decision to en

The Common Good Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 49:37


(00:00-9:05): Brian and Aubrey discussed the following news stories: “Newsom Signs Bill Allowing Children to Hide Abortions, Transgender Treatments from Parents” “Biden Endorses Controversial Bill Guaranteeing Abortion 'Without Limitations'” (9:05-25:06): Dr. Robert Jeffress, Senior Pastor of First Baptist Church of Dallas and Host of Pathway to Victory, joined Brian and Aubrey to talk about his new book, “Invincible: Conquering the Mountains That Separate You from the Blessed Life.” Learn more about Dr. Jeffress and his new book at ptv.org and connect with him on Twitter at @robertjeffress And tune in to Pathway to Victory weekdays at 8:30am (CT) on AM 1160 Hope for Your Life.  (25:06-43:14): Matthew Soerens, US Director of Church Mobilization & Advocacy for World Relief, National Coordinator for the Evangelical Immigration Table, and Co-author of “Seeking Refuge: On the Shores of the Global Refugee Crisis” & “Welcoming the Stranger: Justice, Compassion & Truth in the Immigration Debate,” joined Brian and Aubrey to talk about the border crisis and how we can support the work of World Relief.  Learn more about World Relief at worldrelief.org and connect with Matthew on Twitter at @MatthewSoerens (43:14-49:37): Brian and Aubrey commented on the Daring To Live Fully blog post, “60 Lists to Make When You Need a Mood Lift.” See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

THE GEEK OUT SHOW
Invincible Toys Kickstarter

THE GEEK OUT SHOW

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 63:32


Join Gil and he sits down W/ Landon and Seth from the Invincible Toys KICKSTARTER. Landon and Seth go over articulation, inspiration, plans for future waves/characters and so much more. Will you be backing the Futuristic Combat Soldiers? Link to back the Kickstarter https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/futuristiccombatsold/futuristic-combat-soldiers-1-12-scale-6-figures/description Link to their IG https://www.instagram.com/invincible_toys/ Link to purchase from BBTS https://www.bigbadtoystore.com/Search?Brand=31008

TheGeekOutShow
Invincible Toys Kickstarter

TheGeekOutShow

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 63:32


Join Gil and he sits down W/ Landon and Seth from the Invincible Toys KICKSTARTER. Landon and Seth go over articulation, inspiration, plans for future waves/characters and so much more. Will you be backing the Futuristic Combat Soldiers? Link to back the Kickstarter https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/futuristiccombatsold/futuristic-combat-soldiers-1-12-scale-6-figures/description Link to their IG https://www.instagram.com/invincible_toys/ Link to purchase from BBTS https://www.bigbadtoystore.com/Search?Brand=31008

The Daily Message with Darren Mulligan
Ep. 193 Some kingdoms look invincible but are extremely short-lived.

The Daily Message with Darren Mulligan

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 11:08


Welcome to the Daily Message. Today Darren shares scripture from Daniel 11:36-45. Make sure to subscribe and listen every Monday-Friday for encouragement framed in the context of God's word.

Fanimated
Whatcha Watching 25 - Pikachu?

Fanimated

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 31:02


Invincible, Vivo, Parasyte, The Owl House, Vinland Saga, Wonder Egg Priority, Cowboy Bebop, The Lord of the Rings, Arthur, Code GeassJoin Kelly, Emma, and Laura as they discuss what they've been watching recently.Get behind the scenes content and vote for upcoming episodes on Patreon. Listen and learn more about Fanimated. E-mail: fanimatedpodcast@gmail.com Facebook: Fanimated Podcast instagram: @fanimatedpodcast Twitter: @FanimatedP YouTube: Fanimated Media Support the show (https://patreon.com/fanimated)

Anime Club After Dark
Perfect Blue | Movie Review

Anime Club After Dark

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 43:22


Join Alex, Nitay, and Sho for a spoiler-free movie review of Satoshi Kon's classic Perfect Blue. Listen and watch here: YouTube → http://bit.ly/2rENRo4 SoundCloud → https://soundcloud.com/animeclubafterdark Spotify → https://spoti.fi/2EMjuDG Apple Podcasts → https://apple.co/2wAwKtq BitChute → https://www.bitchute.com/channel/anime-club-after-dark Twitch → https://www.twitch.tv/animeclubafterdark Keep up with what we're doing here: Discord → https://discord.gg/btGp69j Facebook Page → https://www.facebook.com/AnimeClubAD Twitter → https://twitter.com/AnimeClubAD Website → https://animeclubafterdark.net Email us → animeclubafterdark@gmail.com Like what you hear and see? Donate some NEETbucks to help us cover our yearly hosting costs. → https://paypal.me/YenForFen The intro song and outro song is “Invincible” by Deaf Kev, provided by NCS. Check out the full song here! https://youtu.be/J2X5mJ3HDYE Follow Deaf Kev below! SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/atm-dubstep Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ATMDubstep YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/ATMDubstep Thumbnails created by → http://bit.ly/2QvgsbO

The Protagonist Podcast
Dr. Impossible and Fatale from Soon I Will Be Invincible (novel 2007)

The Protagonist Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 62:18


Description All-star guest Nik English joins Joe to discuss Austin Grossman’s debut novel Soon I Will Be Invincible. It tells the story of Dr. Impossible trying to take over the planet, while Fatale joins a team of superheroes to try … Continue reading →

Christ Church Ohio
Invincible Joy – Week 8

Christ Church Ohio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 45:39


Pastor Dave Collings Columbia Station Campus

Geeksplained Podcast
Geeksplained Book Club: Invincible Vol. 19 (aka EVERYBODY HATES MARK)

Geeksplained Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 94:30


THE BEST BOOK CLUB IN THE MULTIVERSE! This week is... a lot. This session features our intrepid heroes as they dive into Vol. 19 (issues #103-108) of INVINCIBLE! Join Aeric, Malcolm and Jacob as they discuss the climax of the Angstrom Levy saga, the return of the alternate Invincibles, and a betrayal that Mark will never see coming! Follow us! Twitter: twitter.com/geeksplainedpod?lang=en Instagram: www.instagram.com/geeksplainedpod/?hl=en Music Sampled: "Alive" by Warbly Jets

Life, Lemons & LemonDrops
Meet the Authors: Invincible Forevermore, Part 4

Life, Lemons & LemonDrops

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 53:43


If you've ever felt invisible, you have a story to tell. In Invisible No More, Invincible Forever More, 29 women highlight their stories of going from invisible to invincible. In this episode of Life, Lemons & LemonDrops the fourth of the four-part Meet the Authors: Invincible Forever More series, the authors continue sharing their reasons for feeling invisible and steps they took to turn what many might find as a weakness into a strength. The other interesting aspect of this set of interviews is that while there was a hope that others would be inspired and impacted by their stories, the authors felt they grew through the process of moving from invisible to invincible. To learn more about the authors: Lynda Sunshine West email Mary Elizabeth Jackson email Sarah Jung email Dr. Christine Sauer email --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lifelemonslemondrops/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lifelemonslemondrops/support

Kevin McCullough Radio
20210922 - We Can Feel Invincible When We Overcome Mountains And Bad Administrations

Kevin McCullough Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 52:10


Kelsey Bolar looks at the plight of women during the Biden Administration. Sean Spicer looks at the ridiculous idea that the Biden Administration is attempting to oust Naval Academy appointed positions that ranges far outside normal presidential jurisdiction. Shelley Goldberg teaches Parents on when the right time is to say No. Dr. Robert Jeffress also stops by to talk about his new book "Invincible."

Kevin McCullough Radio
Featuring Dr. Robert Jeffress On His New Book "Invincible"

Kevin McCullough Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 7:59


Featuring Dr. Robert Jeffress On His New Book "Invincible" by Kevin McCullough Radio

Hugh Hewitt podcast
September 22nd, 2021

Hugh Hewitt podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 50:45


Today's guests: Senator Marsha Blackburn from Tennessee. Rep. Mike Gallagher, Congressman from Wisconsin. Dr. Robert Jeffress, author of “Invincible”. Brian Wesbury, senior economist, First Trust Portfolios. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Zero Dark Nerdy - Pop Culture Podcast
S4E22: Celebrity Fantasy Football Draft

Zero Dark Nerdy - Pop Culture Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 30:14


Steamin Willie Beamen, Tweeter, Bobby Boucher, Rod Tidwell are just a few of the characters from your favorite football movies and tv shows that we draft in our Celebrity Football Draft episode! The Watercooler Podcast joins us and we are looking forward to hearing who you think has the best team. Be sure to follow us on all social media and podcast formats and check out www.popculturepodcast.com for all your entertainment news and notes.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Love University
INVINCIBLE YOU SERIES: FEARBUSTING 101: HOW TO CONQUER FEAR AND LIVE WITH ABSOLUTE CONFIDENCE, JOY, AND POWER

Love University

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 13:25


Between the Gutters Podcast
Episode 96: Invincible Volumes 18-19

Between the Gutters Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 108:22


Year nine of Invincible is one of the most brutal and violent yet! Comprising issues 97-108, volumes 18 and 19 feature some fascinating developments, including the return of Angstrom Levy and what seems to be the conclusion to the Dinosaurus saga. There's also some interesting metatextual commentary on superhero fiction, the paradigms that these kinds of stories rely on, and what it looks like to try something new. All of these elements made these issues a lot of fun to discuss!

EYFPodcast Exercise Your Faith
EYFPodcast- Exercise Your Faith and become Invincible. A conversation with Dr. Robert Jeffress

EYFPodcast Exercise Your Faith

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 27:08


Today on the EYFPodcast we have the pleasure of sitting down with Dr. Robert Jeffress to discuss life in this Covid world and to discuss his latest book, " Invincible."Dr. Robert Jeffress is Senior Pastor of the 14,000-member First Baptist Church, Dallas, Texas and a Fox News Contributor.  He is also an adjunct professor at Dallas Theological Seminary. Dr. Jeffress has made more than 4,000 guest appearances on various  radio and television programs and regularly appears on major mainstream media outlets, such as Fox News Channel's “Fox and Friends,”  “Hannity,”  “Lou Dobbs Tonight,”  “Varney & Co.,” and “Judge Jeanine,” also ABC's “Good Morning America,”  and HBO's “Real Time with Bill Maher.”Dr. Jeffress hosts a daily radio program, Pathway to Victory, that is heard nationwide on over 1000 stations in major markets such as Dallas-Fort Worth, New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, Houston, Washington, D.C., San Francisco, Philadelphia, and Seattle.Dr. Jeffress hosts a daily television program, Pathway to Victory, that can be seen Monday through Friday on the Trinity Broadcast Network (TBN) and every Sunday on TBN and also daily on the Hillsong Channel. Pathway to Victory is the second-highest rated ministry program on TBN's Sunday schedule. Dr. Jeffress' television broadcast reaches 195 countries and is on 11,295 cable and satellite systems throughout the world.We hope that you enjoy today's show and that you too will become blessed by getting into a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ. 

Geeksplained Podcast
Geeksplained Book Club: Invincible Universe vol. 1 & 2

Geeksplained Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2021 98:32


THE BEST BOOK CLUB IN THE MULTIVERSE! This week, our intrepid hosts wrap up their detour into the wider world of INVINCIBLE with the twelve issue series INVINCIBLE UNIVERSE! Join Aeric, Jacob and Malcolm for a fantastic story that follows the Guardians of the Globe as they tackle dictators, the Lizard League, and... marriage?! Follow us! Twitter: twitter.com/geeksplainedpod?lang=en Instagram: www.instagram.com/geeksplainedpod/?hl=en Music Sampled: "Alive" by Warbly Jets "Tubthumping" by Chumbawumba

DC on SCREEN: Zack Snyder's Justice League
Nolan Leaves, Batgirl and Penguin Begins | News 09-15-21

DC on SCREEN: Zack Snyder's Justice League

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2021 70:05


On this episode of DC ON SCREEN, we're talking Christopher Nolan's departure from Warner Bros, Leslie Grace's approach to playing Batgirl, That rumored Matt Reeves Penguin prequel and so much more, including your questions!On this episode of DC ON SCREEN, we're talking Christopher Nolan's departure from Warner Bros, Leslie Grace's approach to playing Batgirl, That rumored Matt Reeves Penguin prequel and so much more, including your questions!Chris Nolan Leaves Warner Bros. |The Suicide Squad is being released on Blu-ray and DVD on October 26th |Batgirl Star Leslie Grace Teases Her Approach to Barbara Gordon |Batgirl: Leslie Grace Addresses J.K. Simmons Return Rumors |Aquaman 2: Jason Momoa Reveals First Look at New Costume |Aquaman 2 Director Shares Surprising First Look at Patrick Wilson's Ocean Master |Megan Fox's Assistant Says She May Play Poison Ivy |Marc Maron to Voice Lex Luthor in DC'S League of Super-Pets |The Batman: Penguin Spinoff Series in Development for HBO Max |Peacemaker: James Gunn Debunks Bane Cameo Rumors |Aquaman: King of Atlantis Animated Series Gets New Synopsis |Aquaman: King of Atlantis Reveals First Trailer | https://youtu.be/tdjG44HX7FcBatwoman Trailer | https://youtu.be/N812li-8pBUEthan Hawke to Play Batman in New Animated Series |Batman: Year One Getting a 4K Commemorative Edition |The Nvidia game Leak |Did Eclipso get the greatest CW DC villain entrance or what? |Have you seen Invincible, what did you think? |DC properties we'd like to see a film or TV show for |What 4 Batman comics would be the Inspiration for your Bat-Film?

DC on SCREEN
Nolan Leaves, Batgirl and Penguin Begins | News 09-15-21

DC on SCREEN

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2021 70:05


On this episode of DC ON SCREEN, we're talking Christopher Nolan's departure from Warner Bros, Leslie Grace's approach to playing Batgirl, That rumored Matt Reeves Penguin prequel and so much more, including your questions!On this episode of DC ON SCREEN, we're talking Christopher Nolan's departure from Warner Bros, Leslie Grace's approach to playing Batgirl, That rumored Matt Reeves Penguin prequel and so much more, including your questions!Chris Nolan Leaves Warner Bros. |The Suicide Squad is being released on Blu-ray and DVD on October 26th |Batgirl Star Leslie Grace Teases Her Approach to Barbara Gordon |Batgirl: Leslie Grace Addresses J.K. Simmons Return Rumors |Aquaman 2: Jason Momoa Reveals First Look at New Costume |Aquaman 2 Director Shares Surprising First Look at Patrick Wilson's Ocean Master |Megan Fox's Assistant Says She May Play Poison Ivy |Marc Maron to Voice Lex Luthor in DC'S League of Super-Pets |The Batman: Penguin Spinoff Series in Development for HBO Max |Peacemaker: James Gunn Debunks Bane Cameo Rumors |Aquaman: King of Atlantis Animated Series Gets New Synopsis |Aquaman: King of Atlantis Reveals First Trailer | https://youtu.be/tdjG44HX7FcBatwoman Trailer | https://youtu.be/N812li-8pBUEthan Hawke to Play Batman in New Animated Series |Batman: Year One Getting a 4K Commemorative Edition |The Nvidia game Leak |Did Eclipso get the greatest CW DC villain entrance or what? |Have you seen Invincible, what did you think? |DC properties we'd like to see a film or TV show for |What 4 Batman comics would be the Inspiration for your Bat-Film?

Life, Lemons & LemonDrops
Meet the Authors: Invincible Forevermore, Part 3

Life, Lemons & LemonDrops

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 55:44


If you've ever felt invisible, you have a story to tell. In Invisible No More, Invincible Forever More, 29 women highlight their stories of going from invisible to invincible. In this episode of Life, Lemons & LemonDrops hosts Greer and Whitnie continue the four-part Meet the Authors: Invincible Forever More series. In this segment of interviews, the focus is on health with the concept of shedding layers to take back control of our lives. To learn more about the authors: Forbes Riley email Paige Davidson email Cathy Derksen email --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lifelemonslemondrops/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lifelemonslemondrops/support

Robservations with Rob Liefeld
Y2K COMIC BOOKS! The Aughts!

Robservations with Rob Liefeld

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 60:28


The 2000's!! A new Millennium was dawning and the comics industry was rebuilding. New talent was rising and shaping the business! The Ultimate Comics line! Y:The Last Man! The Walking Dead! Invincible! Rob looks back 20 years later to see the millennial turn and the changes that resonate today!

Christ Church Ohio
Week 6 of “Invincible Joy”

Christ Church Ohio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 37:44


Pastor Chet Beetler September 12, 2021 West Campus

Christ Church Ohio
Week 6 of “Invincible Joy”

Christ Church Ohio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 35:35


Pastor Katie Brown Old Brooklyn Campus September 12, 2021

Christ Church Ohio
Week 6 of Invincible Joy

Christ Church Ohio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 42:41


Pastor Dave Collings | September 12, 2021 | Columbia Station Campus

Pod of Thrones (Game of Thrones Recaps and Discussions)
Invincible Season 1 - "Really Not Very Invincible"

Pod of Thrones (Game of Thrones Recaps and Discussions)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 60:25


GAME OF THRONES IS HAVING AN OFFICIAL CONVENTION!!!! And then, just in case Nightmare of the Wolf wasn't bloody enough, we finally caught up with Amazon Prime Video's Invincible, adapted from the Robert Kirkman comic book! We want to hear from YOU! You can find us on our website or on the social medias under our parent podcast, The Kid-Free Weekend: Web: podofthrones.com Email: jeff@podofthrones.com or jennifer@podofthrones.com Twitter: @kidfreeweekend (Jennifer) or @podofthrones (Jeff) YouTube: The Kid-Free Weekend Facebook: The Kid-Free Weekend

Jim and Them
2021 FALL TV PREVIEW - #695 Part 2

Jim and Them

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 117:00


Viral Clip Division: The Viral Clip Division delivers with part 2 characters this week as we have "Gay Psyduck" and "Miss Me Jim", lets go VIRAL!2021 FALL TV: Let's go through the new lineup of TV shows! Most likely nothing but quality, sure to not disappoint.National Treasure: Keep an ear out for Mike's passionate rant demanding a new National Treasure movie.NONBINARY PEOPLE!, FUCK THEMSELVES!, GOOD PERSON!, DAVE!, OFF THE WALL!, MICHAEL JACKSON!, NO INTRO JEFF MURPHY!, VIRAL CLIP DIVISION!, GAY PSYDUCK!, MORE VIRAL CLIPS!, MISS ME JIM!, KIDNAPPINGS!, DUNGEON!, PREMEDITATED!, MISS ME WITH THAT SHIT!, FALL TV PREVIEW!, NETWORK!, TV SHOWS!, GAME SHOWS!, MUSIC SHOWS!, DANCING!, REALITY SHOWS!, SWEEPS WEEK!, JUGGALO GATHERING!, HALLOWEEN FUN!, TOTS TURNT!, PICK UP!, NETFLIX!, LGBTQ!, CARTOON!, Q-FORCE!, SPECIAL FORCES!, EMBARASSING!, INVINCIBLE!, ANIMATION!, KIRKMAN!, DON'T ASK DON'T TELL!, WANDA SYKES!, QUEER!, CRINGE!, DICK AND BALLS!, BOJACK HORSEMAN!, BLOWJACK!, SYFY!, DAY OF THE DEAD!, ROMERO!, LEVITY!, CAMPY!, TONGUE IN CHEEK!, ZOMBIES!, ANIMATED!, NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD!, CHUCKY!, PUMPKIN SPICE VIBES!, CBS!, IZOMBIE!, ROSE MCIVER!, GHOSTS!, REMAKE!, BBC!, NBC!, JASON LEE!, THE HARPER HOUSE!, TWITTER!, CHICAGO PARTY AUNT!, WELCOME TO FLATCH!, SEAN WILLIAM SCOTT!, IMPROV!, HEART!, UNFUNNY!, WELCOME TO FUCK!, FROGGER!, ALTER EGO!, AVATAR!, SINGING!, THE MASKED SINGER!, THE BIG LEAP!, PIPER PERABO!, TINY DANCER!, HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER!, DOG BRAINED GIRLFRIEND!, STUPID BITCHES!, LA BREA!, LOST!, AMERICAN CRIME STORY!, BEANIE FELDSTEIN!, CLIVE OWEN!, MONICA LEWINSKY!, BILL CLINTON!, BJ NOVAK!, THE PREMISE!, ANTHOLOGY!, BLACK MIRROR!, BULLY!, NANTUCKET!, ANGELS AND DEMONS!, DAN BROWN!, TOM HANKS!, PREQUEL!, PEACOCK!, LONE STAR!, HAPPY ENDINGS!, SCARENTHOOD!, ORDINARY JOE!, CHOICES!, FOOTBALL!, TAMPA BAY BUCCANEARS!, NATIONAL TREASURE RANT!, CSI!, VEGAS!, REBOOT!, OLD!, WRINKLES!, THE WONDER YEARS!, REBOOT!, DON CHEADLE!, NOSTALGIA!, FRED SAVAGE!, REPLACE A WORD!, NOTHING TO IT!, NO WORDPLAY!, TIKTOK REALITY SHOW!, CHARLI D'AMELIO!, KARDASHIAN!, SELF AWARE!, HULU!, LINDSAY LOHAN!, MAKE MUSIC!, BALLER!, FERRIS BUELLER!You can find the videos from this episode at our Discord RIGHT HERE!

Black Girl Couch Reviews
Invincible Episodes 6-8 Review

Black Girl Couch Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 60:59


Season Scorecard: 9.7/10   Feedback : blackgirlcouch@gmail.com (audio MP4 or written) Twitter: Black Girl_Couch Tumblr: slowlandrogynousmiracle

Going North Podcast
#InvisibleNoMore - Lynda Sunshine West, Delores Garcia, Pamela Gort & Mary Elizabeth Jackson

Going North Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 63:49


“We need to treat ourselves like someone we love.” – Pamela Gort Today's 3rd of 5 bonus inspirational author panels for September 2021 features 4 of the authors from the bestselling book, “Invisible No More; Invincible Forever More: Inspiring Stories from Women Who Have Gone From Invisible to Invincible”. We talked about what it means to feel invisible, using setbacks as a stepping stone, and more!   Key Thing's You'll Learn: What inspired this book project. What to do when you're not feeling invincible The importance of self-awareness.   Lynda's Site: https://womenactiontakers.com/ Mary's Site: http://www.maryejackson.com/ Delores' Site: https://deloresgarciacoaching.now.site/home Pamela's Site: https://lesbianrelationshipcoach.com/   The opening track is titled “UVERWorld verR” by Rukunetsu aka Project R. To listen and download the whole track, click the following link. https://soundcloud.com/rukunetsu/uverworld-verr   You May Also Like…   #InvincibleForeverMore - Nancy Lockhart, Mischelle O'Neal, Paige Davidson, Krystylle Richardson, & Sally Green: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/invincibleforevermore-nancy-lockhart-mischelle-oneal-paige/   #FearlessEntrepreneurs – Lynda Sunshine West, Sally Green, & Amy Lee Kaiser (@LyndaSunshine55): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/fearlessentrepreneurs-lynda-sunshine-west-sally-green/   Ep. 344.5 – “Poohlicious” with Mary Elizabeth Jackson (@Mary_E_Jackson): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-3445-poohlicious-with-mary-elizabeth-jackson-mary_e_jackson/   290 – “The Forgiveness Solution” with Rev. Misty Tyme (@Rev_Misty_Tyme): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/290-the-forgiveness-solution-with-rev-misty-tyme-rev_misty_tyme-c2h/   Ep. 308 – “Every Day Is A New Day” with Kim O'Neill (@KimsONaMission): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep308-every-day-is-a-new-day-with-kim-oneill-kimsonamission/   260 – “Metamorphosis” with L. Farrah Furtado (@LisaAnneFurtado): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/260-metamorphosis-with-l-farrah-furtado-lisaannefurtado/   292 – “Surviving a High Conflict Divorce with a Covert Narcissist” with Lorilyn Bridges: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/292-surviving-a-high-conflict-divorce-with-a-covert-narcissist-with-lorilyn-bridges-c2h/   Ep. 402 – “The ASK Framework” with Carole Stizza (@relevant4you): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-402-the-ask-framework-with/   262 – “Live Inspired” with Laura Staley (@laura_cherish): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/262-live-inspired-with-laura-staley-laura_cherish/   Ep. 382 – “Coming Out as Yourself” with Stephanie Lavigne (@stephlavigne): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-382-coming-out/   154 - "My F*ng Long Journey To Loving Myself" with Marla Goldberg (@Marlaghealer): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/154-my-fng-long-journey-to-loving-myself-with-marla-goldberg-marlaghealer/   71- "First Love Yourself" with Kim Trosper (@kimltrosper): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/71-first-love-yourself-with-kim-trosper-kimltrosper/   212 – “From a Mess to Amazing” with Trina Martin (@TrinaLMartin): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/212-from-a-mess-to-amazing-with-trina-martin-trinalmartin/   134 - "The Courage Self-Love Journey" with Erica Glessing (@EricaGlessing): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/134-the-courage-self-love-journey-with-erica-glessing-ericaglessing/   Ep. 369 – “Self Esteem Doesn't Come in a Bottle” with Kelly Falardeau (@kellyfalardeau): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-369-self-esteem-doesnt-come-in-a-bottle-with-kelly-falardeau-kellyfalardeau/   269 – “Setting Boundaries Will Set You Free” with Nancy Levin (@nancylevin): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/269-setting-boundaries-will-set-you-free-with-nancy-levin-nancylevin/   161 - "CodeBreaker" with Sandra Biskind (@TheBiskinds): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/161-codebreaker-with-sandra-biskind-thebiskinds/   Ep. 354 – “Thrilling Self-Love” with Kristina Rienzi: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-354-thrilling-self-love-with-kristina-rienzi/   284 – “Choose You” with Meagan Fettes (@MeaganFettes): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/284-choose-you-with-meagan-fettes-meaganfettes/   285 – “Find Your Friggin' Joy” with Belinda Farrell (@Hunababy): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/285-find-your-friggin-joy-with-belinda-farrell-hunababy/   Ep. 360 – “Beyond Lovelyville” with Dr. Lin Morel (@drlinmorel): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-360-beyond-lovelyville-with-dr-lin-morel-drlinmorel/   86 - "Stepping Into the Spotlight" with Tsufit (@Tsufit): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/86-stepping-into-the-spotlight-with-tsufit-tsufit/   244 – “Chick Lit Inspiration” with Miranda Oh (@ohmirandaoh): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/244-chick-lit-inspiration-with-miranda-oh-ohmirandaoh/   215 – “Supernatural Favor” with Sonja Prince-Ward: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/215-supernatural-favor-with-sonja-prince-ward/   Ep. 311.5 (Host 2 Host Special) – “More Than Enough” with Emma Dhesi (@emmadhesi): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-3115-host-2-host-special-more-than-enough-with-emma-dhesi-emmadhesi/   265 – “Hitting Rock Middle” with Sallie Holder (@SallieHolder17): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/265-hitting-rock-middle-with-sallie-holder-sallieholder17/   263 – “The Power of a Peaceful Woman” with Jennifer Forster: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/263-the-power-of-a-peaceful-woman-with-jennifer-forster/

Life, Lemons & LemonDrops
Meet the Authors: Invincible Forevermore, Part 2

Life, Lemons & LemonDrops

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 55:40


If you've ever felt invisible, you have a story to tell. In Invisible No More, Invincible Forever More, 29 women highlight their stories of going from invisible to invincible. In this episode of Life, Lemons & LemonDrops hosts Greer and Whitnie continue the four-part Meet the Authors: Invincible Forever More series. Greer opens up with a story about a car accident and the driver of the other car apologizing for not seeing her. Often our visibility is not about us not being there or even available to being seen, but the other person's not seeing at all. Then as Whitnie continues the interviews with the book's authors, the idea of invisibility as a way to protect others and their secrets is broached, along with a discussion about why it's important to step out of our shadows. To learn more about the authors: Nancy Lockhart email | website | facebook | instagram | twitter Legend email Sally Green email Delores Garcia email | website | facebook | instagram | linkedin --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lifelemonslemondrops/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lifelemonslemondrops/support

Bald Move TV
Invincible S01E01 & S01E08

Bald Move TV

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 76:32


Thanks to Brian, we've got another commission this week. It's the first and last episodes of Invincible season 1. You might not expect a bookended sampling of a series to work very well, but aside from not knowing a few of the side characters, I apparently missed out on almost nothing by skipping the other 6 episodes. Join us for a discussion of this animated deconstruction of the superhero genre. You can get your very own custom commissioned podcast by visiting https://support.baldmove.com/. Join the discussion: Email | Discord | Reddit | Forums Follow us: Twitch | YouTube | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook Leave Us A Review on Apple Podcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Chris Stigall Show
The Sacrament of the Church of State

The Chris Stigall Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 52:35


Stigall is fired up today about the treatment of high profile folks like NFL QB Carson Wentz, podcast host Joe Rogan, Candace Owens, and Governor Ron DeSantis – all independent thinkers who have questions about modern COVID orthodoxy.  The “pro-choice” left is out to destroy them.  All the while, the “choice” of abortion is – as John Hayward of Brietbart says – their sacrament of their modern Church of State.  Plus, Dr. Robert Jeffress helps folks conquer anxiety, fear, guilt, and more in a new read called “Invincible.”  An important reminder in this moment in history.  And Stigall stops by Fox News last night with Tammy Bruce.  Hear what you missed!