The Beyonder has had enough. This universe, and all of the desire and disconnection he has found here, has driven him to the brink. The only option left to him is to destroy it all so that he can once again be alone. But can Marsha cuck Owen Reese, the Molecule Man, hard enough to save reality?This week's crossovers include some of the best books we've read in this whole little project. In many ways this issue and the best of the crossovers (not so fast, Fantastic Four) represent the ideal version of what Secret Wars II - and by proxy comic book crossovers - could be. Next wee it's the finale, and your homework is simple: Secret Wars II #9Av engers #266That's it! See you then.
American University's Kogod School of Business is laser-focused on sustainability, infusing it throughout its curricula, programming, and research. During this conversation with John Byrne, Kogod professors Julie Anderson and Danielle Vogel delve into the school's pioneering MS in Sustainability Management (MSSM) program.As companies and organizations place greater emphasis on environmental and social impact, Kogod's MSSM program provides students with the skills to tackle some of the most challenging issues companies face today. MSSM students learn from world-class faculty across disciplines whose experiences have taken them from the halls of Congress to the most prestigious boardrooms in the world. The school's location in Washington, DC—where some of the world's most influential government, media, and financial institutions are located—provides students with unparalleled opportunities to make an impact locally, nationally, and globally.With flexible course options in both residential and online modalities, the MSSM provides myriad options for students at every stage of their careers to learn, network, and grow at American University.Learn more about the MS in Sustainability Management on Kogod's website: kogod.biz/46a7C8D
The Beyonder has a lot to think about, and this issue that's pretty much all he does - sit and think. But this guy has an impact on the world even when he's just parking his kiester on a rock in the South Pacific, and first he gathers a crowd of followers and then a group of villains, sent by Mephisto. This episode we talk about how Puma should be the star of a Sony movie, what Peter Parker line makes Derek feel seen and how a lifetime of comic reading can really alter the way you perceive the world. Homework for next week:Secret Wars II #8Amazing Spider-Man #274 Avengers #265Fantastic Four #288New Mutants #37Uncanny X-Men #203
Try Whakoom free for iOS: https://apps.apple.com/app/id1203325014 or for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.whakoom.app New T-shirts & more are now available! http://tee.pub/lic/BAMG John & Richard answer your Viewer Mail, including questions about the last comic books to be sold on traditional newsstands and tips for avoiding the dreaded 9.6 or 9.4 on your Modern CGC submissions! Plus, the 25 Year Rule features Spider-Girl in her first ongoing series, and our Underrated Books of the Week include a Britpop-fueled indie classic and some of the earliest John Byrne art! Bronze and Modern Gods is the channel dedicated to the Bronze, Copper and Modern Ages of comics and comic book collecting! Follow us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/BronzeAndModernGods Follow us on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/bronzeandmoderngods #comics #comicbooks #comiccollecting --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/bronzeandmoderngods/support
Electric Mullet Ep #4: Superman - Legends Crossover Welcome back to Electric Mullet: The Superman Podcast! This time Phil, Justin, Tyler and James review the Legends crossover issues Superman #3, Adventures of Superman #426, and Action Comics #586 (March 1987) featuring an amnesiac Superman transported to Apokolips to help Darkseid crush a rebellion and battle the New Gods Orion and Lightray as “G Gordon Godfrey” works to outlaw all superheroes on Earth. Tune in today and don't forget to review the show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, YouTube, and anywhere else you can! Electric Mullet's Links → Twitter https://twitter.com/MulletElectric → Instagram https://www.instagram.com/clsidekicks → Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ElectricMullet → YouTube https://www.youtube.com/c/CapesandLunatics ==================
The Beyonder has turned away from his despair, and now he wants to help people. But this bugs Captain America and Mister Fantastic who yet again do nothing about the Beyonder but do continue to threaten him. The Marvel cosmic beings show up in this issue, and something happens that finally gets Molecule Man off the couch. Plus we have a whole bunch of crossover comics, including a Thor/Power Pack crossover and a Micronauts story that is so wild you just have to read it.Next week's homework!Secret Wars II #7Amazing Spider-Man #273 New Defenders #152New Mutants #36Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #111Uncanny X-Men #202
What if Superman's rocket to Earth landed in the U.S.S.R instead of Smallville, Kansas? That and much more.(This episode is dedicated to Keith Teklits, who for years was my only Patreon member at the Spelunker Tier. I have wanted to read Superman: Red Son for several years. Keith gave me that opportunity; and I really enjoyed talking about it for this episode.)To download, right-click here and then click SaveOriginally aired on the Journey Into Patreon page on October 6, 2020. The offshoot for this episode, featuring Superman: True Brit comic (John Cleese, Kim Howard Johnson, John Byrne and Mark Farmer), can be found here.Join the Patreon to see the Visual Sample Gallery for this episode, get early episodes and personal addresses, plus other extras and rewards.To comment on this or any episode:Send comments and/or recordings to email@example.comTweet us us TwitterPost a comment on Facebook here
In the 1980s, Jim Shooter was editor-in-chief at Marvel Comics for nine years. During his run as editor, Marvel produced Chris Claremont and John Byrne's run on the Uncanny X-Men, Byrne's work on Fantastic Four, Frank Miller's series of Daredevil stories, Walt Simonson's crafting of Norse mythology with the Marvel Universe in Thor, and Roger Stern's runs on both Avengers and The Amazing Spider-Man. He wrote the iconic Marvel event Secret Wars which was tied into a toyline. Secret Wars led to the creation of the Spider-Man black costume. It was one of the biggest crossovers to date and a storyline that is expected to be the focal point of the upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase Six. This episode was recorded live at Fan Expo Philadelphia 2023 and includes commentary on the state of comic books and the growth of the superhero genre. Shooter also comments on the black costume eventually turned into the iconic villain Venom.
This week The Beyonder gets real sad and goes emo with a 13 year old girl, who ends up being a significant recurring character in the X titles! The Avengers pull a Ray Stantz, and Derek wonders if Iman Vellani is scabbing by promoting her new Ms. Marvel comic book. Next week's Secret Wars II is much more crossover heavy than some of our recent issues, and one of the comics you need to read is simply unavailable anywhere. With that in mind I have included a link where you can find the issue. Your homework: Secret Wars II #6Cloak and Dagger #4 The Micronauts: The New Voyages #16 (read this issue here) Power Pack #18Power Man and Iron Fist #121Thor #363
Spider-Man gets a roomie, Captain Britain. This week Ross gives you his take on Marve Team-Up issues 65 and 66. It's Captain Britain's US debut and it's comes from Chris Claremont and John Byrne. Two action pack comics. Spidey and the UK's greatest hero are captured by Arcade. Yes another first in the book. Please check this out on the Marvel App if you have it, as well as the Captain Britain comic from Marvel UK, all 39 issues. They are on the app as well. #podcast #comicbook #marvel #marvelcomics #Spiderman #CaptainBritain #MarvelUK #ChrisClaremont #JohnByrne #MarvelTeamUp
Show Notes Provided by Joe Peluso Our fascination with pop culture affords us many pleasures. We get to regularly experience stories of wonder, excitement, and hope. We gape in awe at the images that leap from the minds and souls of creatives that transport us to "strange new worlds", and "never-ending battles". But perhaps the greatest pleasure derived from our immersion in pop culture--old and new--is something that never gets old; Our enjoyment of the shared experience with friends. Bonds are forged, and friendships are created when we discover there are more of "us" out there looking to discuss and dissect the latest issue of Batman, or the most recent episode of Star Trek: Picard. And every so often, through the magic and majesty of comics, TV, and movies an old friendship, sundered by time and geography, is renewed. I'm your apologetic, long-winded host, Joe, who through the auspices of my good friend, James Louie, was given the opportunity to renew a friendship of my youth. What follows is an interview with Keith Williams, a forty-year veteran of comics and comic strips. Keith is an award-winning creator who has worked for DC, and Marvel, and studied under Will Eisner--WILL EISNER! He's worked with Joe Sinnott, and John Byrne, and plied his skills for ten years on Lee Falk's Phantom comic strip. And those are just some of Keith's accomplishments. With this fun-filled interview, I think it's no secret here that I got to accomplish something also. After almost forty years, I got the opportunity to speak to a buddy I worked with in my Barnes and Noble Bookstore days. I experienced the "wonder, excitement, and hope" that stems from our shared devotion to pop culture--a common bond that led me to a renewed friendship. I think I'm a lucky guy! I sincerely hope you enjoy this episode as much as I did.
The Beyonder goes to pound town this issue as he seeks to understand this crazy little thing called love. What is love and desire? And can he make Dazzler love him? This week sees us having a big argument about Dune Part II moving and the Oscars in general, as well as, believe it or not, a big argument about the existential philosophy of an issue of Rom: Spaceknight. Next week the Beyonder gets sad! And we have a handful of crossovers for homework. Your reading for next week:Secret Wars II #5Doctor Strange #74Fantastic Four #285 The Thing #30That's not so bad, and this time all of them are on Marvel Unlimited! See you in a week, gang.
Jay's out this week, so Robbie and Art fire up the Way Back machine for a look back at the comic books and graphic novels that made 1986 a Renaissance year. Hard to believe but that year saw the release of The Watchmen, The Dark Knight Returns, and John Byrne's Man of Steel. Listen as the Guys wax (and sometimes wane) nostalgic about these and other literary masterpieces that still influence modern comics and the movies inspired by them. This episode starts out with some monsterish news- Amicus Studios is back from the grave and Apple TV+ has some earth-shaking news regarding their upcoming series featuring Godzilla and other kaiju from the current Monarch universe movies.
We explore the Wizard Casting Call for a Kyle Rayner Green Lantern movie and read reviews for books like X-Factor, Wonder Woman by John Byrne and Terry Moore's Strangers In Paradise. Plus, the Top 10 Comics rankings, Mort of the Month and more 90's comics nostalgia.This episode of WIZARDS 1/2 is brought to you by our sponsor Manscaped. Get 20% off your entire order, plus free shipping when you use the code WIZARDS20 at manscaped.com.This episode is also sponsored by the Above The Grave graphic novel by Mitchell Hall and Andrew DeZilva. Purchase your copy today at this link https://www.amazon.com/Above-Grave-Complete-ANDREW-ZILVA-ebook/dp/B07T9X3J97/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2EE0E7M4BGBTK&keywords=above+the+grave+andrew+de+zilva&qid=1691477444&sprefix=above+the+grave+andrew+de+zil%2Caps%2C340&sr=8-1Want more from the WIZARDS experience? Join WIZARDS The Patreon Guide To Comics today at Patreon.com/WIZARDSCOMICS for uncut episodes, issue scans and many more perks. Thanks to our monthly supporters Dalibor Žujović Jay S. Andrew Evin Bryant Gary Hutcherson Fernando Pinto Jeremy Dawe Greg Schueller MeltFaceKillah Brian Acosta Steve King DenimJedi Miitchell Hall Lee Markowitz Stephen Forshaw The Retro Network Mark McDonald ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Electric Mullet Ep #1: The Man of Steel Welcome to the first episode of Electric Mullet: The Superman Podcast! This time Phil, Justin and Tyler review the beginning of the post Crisis On Infinite Earths Superman from The Man of Steel #1-#6 (October-December 1986) as our hosts begin their (mostly) chronological journey through the life of Superman in DC Comics. Tune in today and don't forget to review the show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, YouTube, and anywhere else you can! Electric Mullet's Links → Twitter https://twitter.com/MulletElectric → Instagram https://www.instagram.com/clsidekicks → Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ElectricMullet → YouTube https://www.youtube.com/c/CapesandLunatics ==================
John Byrne and Shannon Frontanes of Thomson Reuters Special Services and a provenance expert, discuss her insight on cultural artifacts and their use for money laundering and related crimes.
Kieran talks with Rick Small, Director Financial Crimes Program, at Truist, Dan Soto, Chief Compliance Officer, Ally Financial, and John Byrne, Executive Vice President, AML RightSource, about what's been achieved in the past 40 years in the fight against financial crime and what challenges lay ahead. In anticipation of receiving the “ACAMS Lifetime Achievement Award” at The Assembly in Las Vegas in October, Rick, Dan, and John discuss the successes and shortcomings of past Bank Secrecy Act regulation, as well as what's good and what's bad in the Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2020 and the Corporate Transparency Act. Drawing on nearly 150 years of collective public and private sector experience fighting financial crime, the three old friends celebrate the rise of the AML community, the establishment of AFC as a profession and their association with ACAMS since its inception. In concluding, they offer advice to the next wave of anti-financial crime professionals who will face variations on old crime typologies and new scenarios connected to AI and other technologies adopted by industry, law enforcement and, sadly, savvy criminals.
Caroline, Maria and John discuss the recent column by former GMAC CEO Sangett Chowfla on the greatly exaggerated belief that the MBA is in decline and then tackle how admission officials are changing essay requirements to get at diversity
The ESB has announced six new charging points for e-cars in the county. Jerry first gets the response Eamon Stack of the Irish Electric Vehicle Owners’ Association and later speaks to John Byrne who’s head of e-cars with the ESB.
Show Notes Provided by Joe Peluso In 1986 almost fifty years of Superman lore and continuity were about to be consigned to posterity, and a new legacy was to be initiated by the top creator in the comic book medium of the time--JOHN BYRNE! Gone were the silliness of the sixties and the confusing constancy of the seventies. Byrne's arrival as the new raconteur of "The Last Son of Krypton" ushered in more than just a tonal change in storytelling; instead what commenced in August 1986 was a sea change to the mythology that still resonates with creators and fans alike till this day. Not only were decades of supporting characters, props, and tropes jettisoned, but a new paradigm for The Man of Steel's duality was established. At the end of this introductory six-issue mini-series, Superman was truly--"The Last Son of Krypton'! Join your hosts Keith and Joe as they explore this "radical" reintroduction to the hero who gave birth to an industry. Was John Byrne, writer/artist, composing a canvas of bold, fresh tones for the Superman mythos? Or was he painting with a faux brush that would fade in comparison to what had come before? You be the judge as this special Comics Corner tackles one of the first, and arguably biggest, reboots in comic book history. Back in the Silver Age of the sixties, DC Comics ran house ads proclaiming that "DC" stood for daringly "Different Comics". That slogan finally paid off with John Byrne's MAN OF STEEL.
Russ and Justin talk about the first post-Byrne Sensational She-Hulk, issue #9 from 1989, “Burn Out”. Shulkie vs Madcap! By Richard Starkings, Greg Wright, Bryan Hitch and a host of others. What will the guys think about She-Hulk after John Byrne? Wait and find out. Your hosts: Russell and Justin. Your Editor: Knol Tate. Your music: Deleter. Join our Patreon. Follow Gamma Charge on Instagram. Follow Gamma Charge on Twitter. Check out our Facebook page.
SDCC2023, Barcon, John Byrne, COVID, BARNSTORMERS, Fabio Moon, and we spent some serious time discussing all the covers for DSTRLY's Devil's Cut and how they came to be. (FYI - This was recorded a bit before the SAG-AFTRA strike.)
On this week's episode of The Worst. Comic. Podcast. EVER!: So many things going on this week. An online debate between the contributions of Jack Kirby vs John Byrne. Bad Idea is launching a Kickstarter for a digital book. A new Humble Bundle that benefits Hero Initiative. How can we cover all of these topics in one episode? Make plans now to attend Fountain City Con in New Century, KS, on August 5 & 6. We'll be right in the middle of the show floor waiting to see you there. As always, we have our Pick 3 choices sponsored by our friends at Clint's Comics. We would love to hear your comments on the show. Let us know what you've been reading or watching this week. Contact us on our website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or by email. We want to hear from you! As always, we are the Worst. Comic. Podcast. EVER! and we hope you enjoy the show. The Worst. Comic. Podcast. EVER! is proudly sponsored by Clint's Comics. Clint's is located at 3941 Main in Kansas City, Missouri, and is open Monday through Saturday. Whether it is new comics, trade paperbacks, action figures, statues, posters, or T-shirts, the friendly and knowledgeable staff can help you find whatever it is that you need. You should also know that Clint's Comics has the most extensive collection of back issues in the metro area. If you need to find a particular book to finish the run of a title, head on down to Clint's or check out their website at clintscomics.com. Tell them that the Worst. Comic. Podcast. EVER! sent you.
John Byrne and Gary Shiffman, Founder of Giant Oak, Inc., discuss his recent article It's not the algorithm, it's the ethics. They look at the ethics and morality of adopting machine learning and artificial intelligence tools and how these impact adoption in the financial compliance space.
Recibimos a los amigos Paul y Mariano del podcast La Guía Falopa del Espacio Tiempo para hablar de X-Men: Days of Future Past. No, no la película, sino el comic original, una de las historias más importantes de los mutantes. Publicada en los números 141 y 142 de The Uncanny X-MEn en 1980, con argumento de Chris Claremont y John Byrne, guión de Claremont, lápices de Byrne, tintas de Terry Austin, color de Glynis Wein/Oliver, y edición de Louise Jones/Simonson; es mucho más de lo que recordamos. Lo que hoy puede parecernos una simple historia de viaje en el tiempo para cambiar el pasado y evitar un futuro apocalíptico, en realidad es una historia pionera en el género superheroico y en toda la cultura popular de fines del siglo pasado. Además, representa un punto de quiebre en el enfoque político de los X-Men, y la base de muchos elementos centrales de el peíodo de Claremont frente a los mutantes, que todavía hoy son parte fundamental de la línea de comics que ocupan. Con música de The Doors, David Bowie, y Leonard Cohen. Próximo programa: The Flash (Cine y Comics)
Today we are joined by special guest-host and resident CBH book Editor and Globo Comico social media founder, N. Scott Robinson, Ph.D., who interviews Alex Grand, author of the new book, Understanding Superhero Comic Books A History of Key Elements, Creators, Events and Controversies , delving into its in-depth exploration of the origin, growth, and major influences of superhero comic books. The discussion illuminates how iconic characters such as Batman, Wonder Woman, and Captain America are more than just fictional characters, but reflections of their societal contexts. Further, they delve into the contributions of pivotal creators like Julius Schwartz, Jack Kirby, Stan Lee, Steve Ditko, Jim Starlin, John Byrne, and Alan Moore, highlighting their unique takes on superhero realism, design, revitalization, and deconstruction.Understanding Superhero Comic Books can be found at:click: Amazon, the book's publisher, McFarland & Co, Barnes & Noble, Wal-Mart, Target and more...Images used in artwork ©Their Respective Copyright holders, CBH Podcast ©Comic Book Historians, LLC. Thumbnail Artwork ©Comic Book Historians. Music ©Lost EuropeanXR MOTIONExperience the Future of Digital Art with XR Motion! 3D, VR, AR, AI, NFT, Motion GraphicsListen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show
And now a rambling and too brief review of "The Dark Phoenix Saga" by Chris Claremont & John Byrne, which collects "Uncanny X-Men" #129 to 138, agruably the greatest X-Men tale of all time.
John Byrne and Terry Pesce discuss the recent Interagency Guidance on Third-Party Relationships: Risk Management. They look at the implications of the guidance and what banks should do to assess their current risk management process for interactions with third parties.
No international break for TFTES as we're back with John Byrne and Martin Moore in the Four Provinces for part 2 of That 70s Show, covering the emergence of disco, punk rock, Johnny Giles and Eamon Dunphy in the second half of the decade with the help of some more Con Murphy narration from 'Who Stole Our Game'. The lads ditch the flares and dodgy moustaches as they go from teenagers to young adults and witness Rovers' rock bottom of 63 paying customers at a home game in Milltown to three Cup final wins in the space of a year.
This show's been going for over 200 episodes and somehow we've never covered Days of Future Past? It's only two issues too, a nice little self-contained story by Chris Claremont and John Byrne in Uncanny X-Men #141-142 (but we talked about the whole trade which contains #138-143). Then we continue our long read of Knightfall with Chapter 14 in Showcase'93 #8, in which Two-Face holds a legally accurate mock trial. Next Time: Spider-Gwen (2015) #1-5
In this episode, Garret Grev returns to the show to dip into the third issue of John Byrne's The Man of Steel limited series, One Night in Gotham. Hear us dissect the first meeting of Batman and Superman in the post-Crisis era, how Byrne zones in on perfect character moments, the stylish debut of Magpie, and more. Rate and Review the Show: Apple | Spotify | iHeartradio | Amazon Follow The Batman Book Club on Twitter: @thebatmanbc. Follow The Batman Book Club on Instagram: @thebatmanbc. Follow Garret on Twitter: @GarretWATO. Subscribe to The Batman Book Club YouTube Channel. Support the Show Through Patreon: patreon.com/thebatmanbc. Support the Show with Merchandise from TeePublic. Transition Music: "The Dark Knight Returns", by Christopher Drake.
Nan Crossman of the Macomb Arts Center returns to preview two upcoming concerts at the MAC: Songs & Stories: A Casual Evening with Jimmie, Hank and Johnny (Saturday, June 10th) - An musical celebration of country-western legends Jimmie Rodgers, Hank Williams, and Johnny Cash, performed by local artist Bill Maakestad. Admission is free-will donation, with all proceeds benefiting the MAC. Doors open at 7, show at 7:30. John Byrne in Concert (Friday, June 16th) - Dublin-born singer/songwriter John Byrne returns to the MAC to share some traditional Irish music as well as songs from his catalog. Doors open at 6:30, show at 7. Tickets are $10 For more information on these shows or to buy your ticket online, visit the Macomb Arts Center website.
John Byrnes is the deputy director for Concerned Veterans for America and a veteran of the United States Marine Corps and Army National Guard. Veterans Need More Healthcare Options, Not Lies About The VA Budget
Join Ryan, Olamide, and Nikhil as they discuss the dos and don'ts of the business school application process. They answer questions, such as when to start your applications, what makes a strong application, and mistakes to avoid when applying.
John Byrne Doesn't Play Well With Others Hello, and welcome to episode 367 of The Fantasticast. Each episode, Steve Lacey guides you through every issue, guest-appearance and cameo of The Fantastic Four. We're finally here, the start of the 1980s renaissance of the Fantastic Four. John Byrne is here as writer and artist, and the Fantastic Four will never be the same again. Diablo is back in town, and looking to use the elemental nature of the Fantastic Four against his old enemies. Only some cunning thinking, and a well-stocked scuba store, can prevent the team from being defeated by their own dark reflections. And only the former co-host of The Fantasticast can help guide Steve through this new beginning. Yes, returning to the show for the start of the Byrne run is former Fantasticast co-host Andrew Leyland. He tore himself away from reviewing The Overlooked Dark Knight, and from hosting his eclectic pop-culture review show The Palace of Glittering Delights, to dust off his Fantastic Four longbox and make a return to the world of Fantastic Four review and commentary. Missed him? As well as his podcasts, you can also follow him on (what's left of) twitter where he is @leyland_andrew! John Byrne, John Byne, Bjorn Heyn (but actually John Byrne), Glynis Wein, Jim Novak, Jim Salicrup, Jim Shooter, and Terry Austin present Fantastic Four #232 - Back To The Basics! Featuring two-month-old Oscar talk, Yeoh before bladder, Not Bjorn Heyn, a catalogue of redheads, and the cleansing of New York with fire. Send in your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org, leave your comments at the libsyn site, or at www.TheFantasticast.com. Follow us on twitter, where we are @fantasticast Original artwork by Michael Georgiou. Check out his work at mikedraws.co.uk Episode cover design by Samuel Savage.
Host Anthony Desiato and guest Perry Constantine (SUPERHERO CINEPHILES podcast) dig into the autobiographical original graphic novel IT'S A BIRD... by creator Steven T. Seagle with artist Teddy Kristiansen. They also revisit Seagle's yearlong run on the main SUPERMAN title—which began with THE 10-CENT ADVENTURE and introduced the Cir-El Supergirl character—as well as the later run by Mark Verheiden & Ed Benes and the concurrent ACTION COMICS arc by Gail Simone & John Byrne.Digging for Kryptonite is a Flat Squirrel Production. Key art by Gregg Schigiel and theme music by Basic Printer. Support the show and receive exclusive podcast content at Patreon.com/AnthonyDesiato. The spinoff podcast DIGGING FOR JUSTICE: A DC FAN JOURNEY is available at all reward levels.Join the conversation by becoming part of the Flat Squirrel Podcast Network Facebook Group, and follow DFK on Instagram (@diggingforkryptonitepod) and Twitter (@diggingforkrpod). Visit FlatSquirrelProductions.com for more film and podcast projects. Visit BCW Supplies and use promo code FSP to save 10% on your next order of comics supplies.
REED RICHARDS MUST DIE! Harsh, right? Or at least rude. Then again, Reed did save Galactus, who has a nasty habit of eating planets. So we have ourselves a legal conundrum as a council of aliens decide if Mr. Fantastic should be executed. The Watcher gets involved, which he's never supposed to do, yet always does. This is also "Assistant Editor's Month" in which Marvel allegedly lets its junior editors run the show. For the FF, that means that John Byrne himself is in the issue, to bear witness as the official FF chronicaler. In the mailbag, we get some thoughts on Zot! and more suggestions of names for our segments! __ SHOW INFORMATION Twitter: @ScrewItComics Instagram: @ScrewItComics Email: ScrewItComics@gmail.com Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Subscribe: Spotify