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Down the Yellow Brick Pod
"Tik-Tok of Oz" (Part 1) with Patrick Clanton

Down the Yellow Brick Pod

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 108:03


Dear friend of the pod Patrick Clanton returns to discuss part 1 of L. Frank Baum's eighth book in the Oz canon: 1914's "Tik-Tok of Oz"! Tara, EmKay and Patrick share their favorite illustrations (Quox represent!), discuss the complex nature of ambition and appreciate Baum's creation of a multiverse where creatures of all different lifestyles can coexist peacefully together.Part 2 dropping Wednesday!Show Notes:Patrick ClantonThe Real Wizard of Oz: The Life and Times of L. Frank Baum by Rebecca LoncraineDown the YBP Etsy ShopPatreon - DTYBPInstagram: @downtheyellowbrickpod#DownTheYBPTara: @taratagticklesEmKay: @emshray

Comic Book Rundown
Episode 584: The Amazing Spider-Man #96

Comic Book Rundown

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 26:31


It's the return of The Green Goblin! But not until the end of the issue. Until then, we'll deal with drugs and heavy flirting. Twitter: @comicrundown Instagram: @comicbookrundown Email: comicbookrundown@gmail.com Hosted by Joe Janero and Ron Hanes Edited by Joe Janero Theme song provided by one of the Sex Turtles (Joe Cubas) Find our t-shirts at Redbubble and TeePublic https://www.redbubble.com/shop/comic+book+rundown?ref=search_box http://tee.pub/lic/vBbIJZ4eLQ0c

Modern Minorities
Larry Hama's our (real) American Hero

Modern Minorities

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 58:05


“It's not just heroics - the highest compliment one soldier can pay to another soldier is he did his job.” Larry Hama is an American comic book legend — an accomplished artist, writer, actor, and musician who's been in the business since the 1960s. Larry is also a US Army Veteran - where he became a firearms and explosive ordnance expert. Larry's actually best known to American comic readers as writer / editor for Marvel Comics, where he worked on G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero, Wolverine, Nth Man: The Ultimate Ninja, and Elektra. He co-created the character Bucky O'Hare - developed into comics, toys, and animation. And in the 1980s, Larry helped create “The ‘Nam” - arguably one of the most authentic retellings of the Vietnam war from the American perspective (for many surpassing the film Platoon). Larry's storied experience as a Japanese American, Army Veteran, comics legend, and kid from SF + NY - inform everything he's done, and why his work resonates with so many across industries. And you'll love hearing about all of his encounters with contemporaries like Gloria Steinem, Neal Adams, and even Marlon Brando. Special shout-outs to guest host Dan Wu (from NPR's “Where Y'All Really From”) and Keith Chow @ HardNOC Media who connected us with the one and only Larry Hama. This episode is sponsored by the Department of Health & Human Services, who's encouraging you and your community to make sure you've got the COVID-19 Vaccine & Booster. We can do this, together. Find vaccines and boosters near you @ VACCINES.gov LEARN ABOUT LARRY HAMA wikipedia.org/wiki/Larry_Hama facebook.com/larry.hama MENTIONS INVERSE: “I Always Wanted Snake Eyes To Be Asian” - inverse.com/entertainment/snake-eyes-gi-joe-larry-hama-interview COMIC: The ‘Nam - wikipedia.org/wiki/The_%27Nam CBR - “Larry Hama Shares a Dismaying Marvel Story About Pearl Harbor and White Privilege” - cbr.com/gi-joe-larry-hama-marvel-pearl-harbor-white-privilege-story/ PERSON: Neal Adams - wikipedia.org/wiki/Neal_Adams PERSON: Gloria Steinem - wikipedia.org/wiki/Gloria_Steinem Underground Comix: https://en-academic.com/dic.nsf/enwiki/55614 AUTHOR: wikipedia.org/wiki/Frederick_Marryat

Up Your Creative Genius
Dan Levy: Why the More Space philosophy promotes Creative Change

Up Your Creative Genius

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 42:08


Dan is a strategist, creative, and skilled facilitator. He is also an educator, global speaker, tech investor, and startup founder. His ethos is embedded in the More Space philosophy, to transform employees to intrapreneurs. So they are better equipped to tackle big problems. So they have the capability to create new solutions, and the confidence to put them in motion. This enables organizations to foster a culture of creative confidence and collaboration. Human-Centered Design (HCD) and Design Thinking is at the core of what we do. Our programs are centered around the More Space framework. The More Space framework incorporates the methodologies of Design Thinking, Futuring, Lean, and Agile. Talks about Innovation, Design Thinking, Human Centered Design. Timestamp 2:37 From designing things, to helping people make sense of things 7:01 Being the Gandalf to a classroom of superheroes 8:26 Using MURAL technology as a facilitator's tool 11:51 Being vulnerable builds trust in the room 16:04 Digging in and dealing with hiccups 19:05 Planning and scheduling for business - a balancing act 20:19 The birth of More Space for Light 25:11 What makes a good workshop 26:40 Self-care and the importance of sleep 31:10 Identifying the patterns and seasons of business, then making plans around it 32:56 Reclaiming a stolen focus 35:28 Motorbiking and being present in the moment 37:10 Understanding the “why” in the change process Social Media LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/danlevy1979/ More Space For Light Website: https://morespaceforlight.com.au/expertise/vision-and-strategy/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/morespaceforlight/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/morespaceforlight YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbiT-qp26z40mzOynuvX6SA The Future of Now - Talkshops: https://morespaceforlight.com.au/the-future-of-now/ The Future of Now - Podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-future-of-now Follow Patti Dobrowolski - Instagram https://www.instagram.com/upyourcreativegenius/ Follow Patti Dobrowolski - Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/patti-dobrowolski-532368/ Up Your Creative Genius - https://www.upyourcreativegenius.com/ Transcript Patti Dobrowolski 00:03 Hello Superstars! Welcome to the Up Your Creative Genius Podcast, where you will gain insight and tips to stomp on the accelerator and blast off to transform your business and your life. I'm your host, Patti Dobrowolski. And if this is your first time tuning in, then strap in - because this is serious rocket fuel. Each week, I interview fellow creative geniuses to help you learn how easy it is to Up Your Creative Genius in any part of your life. Patti Dobrowolski 00:39 Hey, everybody, it's Patti Dobrowolski. As you know, and today - oh my gosh, I have like one of my new best friends that is just incredible. And I would just say he's my new Australian best friend, because I have a best friend in Australia, and I have one in various different cities - but this one is somebody brand new, who I really, really love. He's so incredibly creative, you're gonna love him - Dan Levy, and he's with the company More Space For Light, which we're going to talk about what that means - but first, I want to introduce him to you. He's a strategist, a creative and a skilled facilitator - I'm telling you, he really rocks it on MURAL. So he's also an educator, global speaker, a tech investor and startup founder, he's done so many things that to help employees transform, and they call it becoming an INtrapreneur - so you really are living in alignment with your true purpose, as you go out and spread your work and your business into the world. So, his whole thing is around helping you creatively problem solve, and getting you to understand how to do it yourself, and he loves to enable organizations to foster a environment of creative confidence and collaboration. So, he does human centered design, and he's just a design thinker - you should check out his website right away, because it's incredible. And there's a whole bunch of case studies there that I was just like stalking you on Dan, and they're amazing. So please help me welcome Dan Levy - yes! All the way from Adelaide. Aren't you in Adelaide? Brisbane? Dan Levy 02:23 I am in Adelaide, in Adelaide. Patti Dobrowolski 02:24 Oh, Adelaide, okay. Yup. Dan Levy 02:25 Patti, you're gonna mess with everyone because I've got an English accent. So people go: "Oh. That's not very nice." Patti Dobrowolski 02:30 That's right. It's so true. Oh, well, but whatever. Here you are. You're here. Thank you for being on the show. Dan Levy 02:36 Thank you for having me. Patti Dobrowolski 02:37 Well, now tell us, Dan, now that I gave you that big drumroll of an introduction - and just want to say that it's his morning, it's my night, so we're on opposite ends - and so he's just waking up and I'm just trying to stay up, as you know. But here's- the conversation is going to keep all of you awake as soon as we get into it. Dan, you have to tell us how did you come to be a creative- and game-stormer and design thinker? How did you ever get to this place? Dan Levy 03:09 I would be lying if I said it was intentional. I started in design. And what I found was, as I got further and further away from the tools, I found that people either go down one or two paths, they either go, well, one of three paths: they either go into leadership in regards to they want to manage a group; they either go into development, meaning they want to own the experience; or they go into a more user-centric role, which means they want to be able to help people understand what the hell everybody else is doing. So that they can make sense and- Patti Dobrowolski 03:48 - And be fantastic. Yeah. Dan Levy 03:50 Yeah, yeah, yeah. So basically, I went down that more user-centric role. And what I found was the user-centric role usually involved me helping people to understand or attach rationale or linked things back to business objectives. And slowly what happened was I developed this design thinkers mindset and toolkit. And before I knew what was happening, I found out it was a thing. So then I had to kind of reverse engineer my thinking to fit into frameworks that allowed me to have conversations- Patti Dobrowolski 03:54 -that already exist. Dan Levy 04:07 Yeah. Patti Dobrowolski 04:08 - already existed, right. I love that. You had your own thing. And then you had to figure out: Okay, well, this is what they're calling that thing that I'm doing - and so I'm going to make sure that I understand that, so I can make sure that this thing that I have, I can do it in my own way. Dan Levy 04:42 I knew none of the words. Patti Dobrowolski 04:44 Yeah. Dan Levy 04:44 I found out about this program by Luma: L-U-M-A, Luma. And I got friendly with somebody from Luma and I was explaining to them my world - and they kept telling me: oh, that sounds like this tool, that sounds like that tool. So I invested, became a Luma facilitator to learn more about what they were doing - just basically to formalize, and make it less punk rock, bit more like there's this struc- Patti Dobrowolski 05:07 - legitimize yourself, you were trying to make yourself legit. Dan Levy 05:12 -Legit. Patti Dobrowolski 05:12 That's what your T-shirt should say. Now, were you a designer when you were a kid? How did you get into design? What did you do? Dan Levy 05:19 I was so into comics. And it's kind of a relevant conversation, this - because my boys had just started to get into comics. So all I've got left from when I was a kiddie is a big box of Marvel Comics, and I pulled them out the other day for the kids - and I just rediscovered my childhood at the moment. And the kids again, and they're drawing. So when I first got into art, it was all about creating stories, making comics, and getting into art, and then media with film. And then slowly, I figured out I like computers, and then it was interactive and riding the wave of web design and not app, but more CD-ROM designs. So that was really my path in. Patti Dobrowolski 06:02 So CD-ROMs, meaning you did the covers. Dan Levy 06:05 Meaning that - for example, Ford or Jaguar would create an interactive CD-ROM, which is basically, these days, like a website on a CD-ROM. Patti Dobrowolski 06:16 Yes, whoa. Dan Levy 06:17 And I'd be part of our creative team that would do the UI and the buttons. So do you remember something called Director and Lingo? Patti Dobrowolski 06:25 Of course, of course. (laughs) Dan Levy 06:26 Whoa, yes. I was working with Director and Lingo. Patti Dobrowolski 06:31 So oh, my gosh - so that's how you started being really a cartoon freak, and a comic book person, and then that evolved into doing this kind of design. So how do you pull that into the work you're doing now? Like, if you were the superhero in that comic, back in the past - well, how are you the superhero in the room today? What would your superhero do? Or what do you do as a design thinker in a session that makes you a superhero? Dan Levy 07:01 Okay, so I always say that everybody else is the superhero. I'm just the Gandalf. I'm the person that stands in the corner - or the Doctor Strange that kind of sets the constructs and creates the worlds for people to operate and to facilitate conversations. There's a chap called Daniel Stillman, who really changed my mind in regards to what it is to be a facilitator and actually thinking about designing conversations - not just about asking questions, but actually constructing that conversation. And since the pandemic - and we switched to a remote way of working - what I found is that because we're using collaboration tools like MURAL to facilitate conversations, that I am legitimately a conversation designer now, because ultimately, creating the conversation in the backdrop of a board to- Patti Dobrowolski 07:58 Well, and you're creating the - almost like the tapestry on which people can form and connect, and- Well, tell people what MURAL is about: you know, say a little bit about it, how you use it in design thinking, because not everybody uses it. And so how do you use it, and what's the advantage of using it compared to just live facilitation where you're there, and you might have Post-It notes and a room full of crazy people at tables. Dan Levy 08:26 The best thing about MURAL for me is that you don't have to rewrite hundreds of Post-It notes at the end of a workshop. (laughs) Its got this wonderful little function that says "Copy as Text", and you pop it straight into a spreadsheet. I know, because I felt the pain of that yesterday. But besides that, it's - well, you know, Patti, from your work that we work synchronously and asynchronously. And through the way we work now, we are able to actually conduct conversations without people needing to be there, we can keep momentum in the conversation. And MURAL is a tool that allows us to work asynchronously, as well as synchronously so we can keep decision making, collaboration, all these types of things, we can keep that in motion. And that's a great enabler, especially for people like ourselves that work with organizations across the globe and need to basically bind teams together to be able to collaborate and communicate and co-create. Patti Dobrowolski 09:30 Yeah, do you think that people are more willing, when they're using a collaboration tool like that online, they're more willing to be part of the game? Dan Levy 09:40 Mmm. Now, this is interesting. So we've run a couple of workshops over the last few weeks. And we found a bit of both. So somebody who don't want to be involved, it doesn't matter, they just like to- I call them lurkers, they lurk in the background, they don't have their camera - and other people want to get involved, something I'm really mindful of. And I don't know if you find this as well, when I introduced tools into a remote workshop, I'll try to reduce the amount of tools because regardless of how easy it is - and also bear in mind, we're super biased because we use these tools, yeah, almost fluidly for our work - they get a sense of overwhelm. Now I'll give you an example. Say, for instance, we've got a present- somebody wants to do a presentation. And we're then doing some interactive stuff, I'll put it all on the interactive board, and that way, we keep them in one spot. So even though it might be a little bit difficult for people creating a spreadsheet, their slideshow, and they have to take the pain of that - what that means is the user experience, they get a better experience. So I'm all about - how do we take the pain away from participants and own that pain to make the experience so much easier. And again, a tool like MURAL allows you to do a lot of, like, consolidating all the different other things that you could potentially use, or integrate in with a video conferencing tool - just makes it so much simpler. Patti Dobrowolski 11:16 Yeah. Now, for you - I don't know, you know, I have my sweet spot where I really know when I'm in the experience at the highest level I possibly can - you know, I'm fully engaged, and I'm really paying attention - what for you are the things that create the environment in which that happens for you. And it doesn't necessarily have to be online - it could be in person - but I'm curious, what creates the environment where you have, I would say, More Space for Light in what you're doing in the room with people. Dan Levy 11:51 This is hard. Because again, sometimes this is a form of flow, which I feel can be quite rare to get to. And I'm always nervous at the beginning of a workshop, so I'll try and get people out of their comfort zone - so they can meet me where I'm at. Patti Dobrowolski 12:09 Yeah. Do you ever tell them that you're uncomfortable with the beginning? Dan Levy 12:13 All the time. Patti Dobrowolski 12:14 Okay. And that does that normalize it, you think, for people in the room? Dan Levy 12:18 Maybe, but it normalizes it for me. Because, see, when I conduct a workshop - I'm sorry, if I'm not directly answering your question- Patti Dobrowolski 12:25 It's okay, we'll go back to it. Dan Levy 12:27 When I'm in a workshop, I feel like I like the environment to be like, we're in the pub, and we're sitting around a table, and we're having a conversation, and we're capturing it, and everyone feels empowered to be able to talk. Some people don't like that, because they are used to more of a cooperative meeting structure where they're told what to do. Patti Dobrowolski 12:49 -Formalized. Yes. Dan Levy 12:50 -Hierarchies, and people feel like if they talk out of turn, they might be seen as stupid. Whereas in a - using air quotes now - but in a more pub-type friendly environment. people say stupid things all the time. And either people will play on it or call them out, and it'll be a bit of a joke, and it's not such a risk. Because the stakes aren't high. Patti Dobrowolski 13:13 Yeah, it's not high stakes. Yeah, not high stakes. Dan Levy 13:16 So how can I reduce the stakes, reduce the risk, build that trusted environment where people want to take risks; and I feel as a facilitator, I have to demonstrate that vulnerability, so people - and maybe I don't need to, because maybe that compromises my message by saying: right, I'm gonna get everybody to take a deep breath now, and I need it as well. I don't know if that compromises, but at the same time, I'm being quite selfish in my space - because for me to deliver the best possible experience, I need to get everybody into my zone; I can't be in their zone, because if I'm in their zone, you know, I inherit all of their culture, all of their permissions, all of their weight- Patti Dobrowolski 14:05 Yes, yes...and so you're suddenly in their norms, instead of your norms. I would say imposing your norms on the space itself, and inviting them to step into it, is what it sounds like. And what's true is whether you're in person or online, there's always people who don't want to step in the space, but you don't know what's going on with them. So my thing is, like, leave them - you know, don't try to torture them. Although I will torture them a little - do you do that a little to try to get them to turn on their camera and stuff like that? Dan Levy 14:41 I'm from, say where I grew up, people are very vocal, and- Patti Dobrowolski 14:47 Where did you grow up? Dan Levy 14:48 I grew up in northeast London? So I'm from- Patti Dobrowolski 14:50 Northeast London, Yes. Dan Levy 14:51 Yeah. So it's a lot louder. I grew up from a very loud family, and I have to be really attuned to other people to know where their boundaries are. And so I need to test that to pick up their frequency. At the same time, sometimes when you're trying to bring the masses along, you can't bring the 20 or the 10% outliers so - you have an objective, you bring everybody along, and sometimes people might not collaborate as much, but you have to be comfortable with that. As long as it's different people's- Patti Dobrowolski 15:26 Yeah, otherwise you spend time, don't you think? You'd spend time like trying to get them to come, trying to get them - it's exhausting for everybody in the room, but especially it's exhausting for you, when you know that your agenda is already set. I love this, because I don't think that I have - I had Sunni Brown, you know, on, but we really didn't talk about facilitation that much. But talking to you, it's so great to hear from skilled facilitators, some of the challenges that you deal with, and how you manage them. Like, what's the worst thing that ever happened to you in the session that you were running, that you had to handle? Dan Levy 16:04 Okay, so I've come to learn that sometimes if you run as many workshops as us, you're not going to get 100% - like, you know, you watch a soccer match or a football match, and there'll be a player that won't always have a great game. That's just what happens when you run so many. And that's not always your fault. We ran a workshop the other week, and it was military precision. And this, I didn't feel comfortable, military position - because it takes away some of my spontaneity. Patti Dobrowolski 16:36 Yeah. Dan Levy 16:37 And I like to feel the energy and, and also, but - I needed to do that so that the client felt comfortable, because it was a really, really big client. Like, I can't say, "hey-" And they had my script, they had the board, we did rehearsals. Anyway, we've got into the workshop: within five minutes, the technology wouldn't work for the client, the client decided to change to another technology, which basically when we couldn't do breakout rooms, none of the presentations worked, none of the videos worked. There was too many people, they then started switching off their videos. And I basically put in the chat, and now we improvise. And I knew my script like that - I'd spent a long time on the script practice, I just closed the windows, I was like, right. I'm gonna have to just basically- Patti Dobrowolski 17:30 -and now the actor in me comes out. Doo doo doo! Superhero cape on, right. Dan Levy 17:36 Yeah. And it was just like, dig in, and do it - dig in and do it, and that. And we got through it - we got to the outcome we needed to. It wasn't the most comfortable workshop, because we had to constantly adapt. But we, but from an outcomes perspective, and getting everyone through and having everything needed to go as planned, it was perfect in that respect. Patti Dobrowolski 18:00 Yeah, that's fantastic. Well, you know, I love that. You know, the worst workshop I ever ran was one of the first change workshops where I didn't realize that people were getting fired - when they got called out of the room, they were getting fired, and they weren't coming back in the room - but nobody told me that. So I just thought I was really bad, so I just kept overacting - you know what I mean, like, I got louder and louder, and bigger and bigger. And what was true is everybody in the room was so sad, but I had no idea of knowing because it was my first engagement as a facilitator, so I just didn't know. And after that, I was like, you always have to be willing, and able to read the room first and then pivot, you know - read and pivot, and see and ask, like, what's going on? Why are you all, you know? So, I love that. Now, Dan, you run a lot of sessions with a lot of companies, how do you manage that kind of a schedule? And you got kids and a wife - I mean, how do you do all that balancing? Dan Levy 19:05 I'm getting better. I'm getting better. I'm starting to schedule and plan and, and be quite strict in regards to you know, like, only booking two gigs a month - maybe three at most? But yeah, and that seems to be working, but it isn't easy - I'll be honest, it isn't easy. It's the toughest thing, running a business - there's so many levels: see, we've just spoken about facilitation, and already there's like a multitude of levels there in regards to planning strategy, actual delivery and then all the human parts and soft skills and humility you need to have with that. And then after that- before and after and having to prepare and deliver the outcomes. And then on top of that, how do you market that and then how do you think, what's the flywheel to get more work and then you've got to think about all the accounts, oh gosh, run a business- Patti Dobrowolski 20:01 oh, yeah, it's a lot; then tracking them, It's really - it's a lot, and you know, you need like, a lot of people - it takes an army, really; it takes a village, they would say - you know, it really does, though. And so, tell me how you started More Room for Light. How did you start it? Dan Levy 20:19 How did we start- Patti Dobrowolski 20:20 -Light, yeah. Is it Space for Light? Why did I suddenly thought it was “room”? Space. Room - I think room and space, same thing, right in the US. Room is in your world, space? Dan Levy 20:33 Well, we get emails from lighting and room companies asking us- Patti Dobrowolski 20:36 I bet you do. (laughs) "Dear Dan, do you need help with the equipment? Because we have a whole lighting kit that you're going to love." Dan Levy 20:47 Absolutely. Yeah, if you need a discount, come to me, I can get trade prices. (laughs) More Space was started almost seven years ago - it was six and a half years ago, when my second was born. I was hitting a point in my career, where I wasn't happy. I was the strategist that was rolled out when a company needed a website or whatever it was, and I felt like where I'd been in my career, I'd regressed. I'd be working on some amazing products with amazing companies in incredible teams, whether it would be in London and Sydney. And I found myself in the marketing world, where the value, I felt, was more about the idea or the execution, but not about what difference does this make to the business from a more sustainable aspect. Patti Dobrowolski 21:46 Yeah, how's it gonna help them? How's it going to help them, yeah, right? Dan Levy 21:50 -And also like what, are we doing things that are risky in the respect of- are we as a brand company, doing things that will help us grow and move to the next horizon? So what we were doing was very kind of superficial and transactional: give me a microsite. So coming from IPTV products, and all this sort of stuff, I just didn't see a future doing what I was doing. Patti Dobrowolski 22:17 Yeah. Dan Levy 22:18 And I didn't see opportunities in the space to allow me to go out and explore and help organizations figure this out. Because initially, I just wanted to help companies do cool stuff. And I know that's kind of massive hypocritical from what I've just said, but I mean cool stuff in the regards of how do we leverage new technologies? How do we improve the connection with people whose lives we impact and whose lives we're trying to improve? How can we think about what we're doing a little bit differently from their perspective? As opposed to how much- Patti Dobrowolski 22:53 Let's create something cool, yeah, it doesn't create something cool, and then push it out. Dan Levy 22:58 Yeah, basically. And one night - I've always had a really high work ethic - and one night I was putting my eldest now to bed, and he said: Mommy, I want, I want more space for light. And I said to my wife, I said: what does that mean? That sounds - that's really interesting. She said, Well, he's not ready to go to bed yet, he wants- "more space for light", for him, meant: more time to read, more time to play, more time to kick a ball, play with his figures and all that. And I was, I want that. I want that, and I can give that. And it almost rejuvenized me and revitalized me - and I had a mission, I had a purpose, like I had something I could get behind, and that has really become a mantra for me, for us, and for the people we work with. Whether that's the future of now, whether that's our engagements, whether that's the friendships we've developed, like within the community or partnerships with - it's how do we make More Space for Light for each other, for mutual value, for our clients, for our customers, and it's just changed the dynamic of the conversation. Patti Dobrowolski 24:10 It's such a holistic view. I mean, I think this is what I love about it - is that you're looking at the bigger picture. I mean, I can't tell you how many meetings I've sat in, for big companies where they said, you know, and one of the things on the vision is gotta be work life balance. And what you're talking about, really, is bigger than that - it's not just work-life balance, it's that you understand that work and life are integrated. They're part of an integrated whole that we are graciously allowed to participate in. And that when you make more room for play, for curiosity, like you are a prolific reader, that's what I know to be true about you. Like I said, and then did you read that; and you go: oh, yeah, and this - have you read this and this and this. I ordered that already, right? So, but that, to me, just tells me about how much time it requires for you to process and to be creative, you know? Dan Levy 25:11 Oh, yeah. I think, and this is something I love - working with people that are hungry and curious. And I don't mean hungry in the respect of ambitious, and like - ambition is good, but when it's self serving and leaves everyone behind the curious in regards to want knowledge, want to learn, are prepared to be wrong, and are prepared to be challenged in their thoughts. And I think this is a really- this is when you know you're in a great workshop, when people feel comfortable to say things that might not be correct, but just want to get them out into the open, and let other people play with them and just understand from different perspectives. And that's when you've got a really interesting group of people because they've - sorry for the pun, but they've made the space for light: they've bought something out, and they're exploring - and that's really interesting, because they will achieve what they want to do, because they have that trust, and they have that capability of, you know, creative capability within all of them to be able to, you know, just have that durability to play with something so awesome. Patti Dobrowolski 26:23 That's fantastic. Now, tell me a little bit, tell us a little bit about your day - how does your day go? And how do you find a way to make more space for light in that day, like, what do you do? What time do you get up, and what do you do? I want to know what your rituals are, so we get to know you a little bit better. Dan Levy 26:43 Okay, so I'm going through a sleep phase at the moment. And by sleep phase, what I mean is I'm taking it a lot more seriously - I've got a mentor, or coach who's just basically impressing upon me how important sleep is, and your self health, your self worth. That's the wrong term, but self- , just looking after yourself and- Patti Dobrowolski 27:03 -Care, self-care, yeah. Dan Levy 27:04 Self care, thank you - and how the impact of sleep improves your focus and productivity during the day. And I've been playing with that and having early nights generally. Generally, I'm up just before 6am. I've got a panned-out gym, I call it - it's set up in the back in the open garage, I've got my weights, I do a little work, work out. I've been trying to meditate. I've a friend, he's given me this ADHD meditation tape for people like me that can't keep still. So it'll be 10 minutes, I'll do that - I'll most probably get disturbed by one of my little ones coming outside to wee on the lemon tree. (laughs) And then - and then pretty much, I've been working a lot from home lately, which has been - I'll be honest, a bit of a drag - because I'm kind of, I feel quite isolated. So I've got an office in town, and I'll go in and connect with people; but I've - because we're going away camping at the weekend, I've been trying to avoid as many people as possible that could potentially give me COVID, because I don't want to cancel this camping trip with my little one- Patti Dobrowolski 28:11 Yes, of course. (laughs) Oh my gosh. Dan Levy 28:12 -I've become this hermit, which is really awful. But after that, I'll be out and about. And then I've been a bit slack, Patti, because I started the year with 90 Day goals, and then month focus, and then dailies, normal that, I had that - and as the team's changed, and over, you know, different circumstances, we've had to deal with the pandemic, etc., I've slowly been more into the fill a bit - I'm in the weeds at the moment, but I'll have a set schedule, and I've been trying to clock off at around five-ish, because the kids roll in at three. So even if I'm on a call, they become part of the call. Patti Dobrowolski 28:49 Yes, I'm sure. Dan Levy 28:50 And then dinner, and then maybe, I've been trying not to work. Like maybe I'll do a few hours just to catch up and try and be in bed as early as I can, or chill out with my wife as early as I can. But that's generally the day is, for now I'll just be online working, grinding through my list of tasks. Patti Dobrowolski 29:12 There it is. That's right. I like that. I think that the idea of sleep is really - I'm glad that it's at the forefront. It's sometimes hard to grab for me. You know, I'll wake up now, and I'll look at my sleep clock app and it'll say: five hours, and I'd be like, oh no, that's not enough, you know - two more and then too late, I'm already awake thinking about coffee. Because there's coffee waiting for me out in the other room and once I start thinking about it, then I've gotta go - I'm a true addict. But I love too that you're talking about this idea of setting goals but then you have to let them go - you have to at some point let go of what your structure is. I think we get very obsessed with - you know, I guess the first thing I said, when we got on the call, before we started the podcast, I was saying, you don't have heavy- I read this or somebody sent me something about turning your 12 month year into a 12 week year, so that you get things done in a shorter sprint - you know, do it in a sprint. And the reason that I'm doing that in a sprint is because like you, I set those goals, and then I do those things. And then I know, I just know that right around now - because this is April, right, we're in the second quarter, right? And in the second quarter in the US - that's the way they divide it up, unless you work for Microsoft, then the first of the year starts in June, I don't know how they figured that out, but - so second quarter, then you have to reboot somehow. So either I'll draw a brand new map, or I will then just start to experiment with what is going to trick me into wanting to have fun again, to do something - what do I need to learn, that's gonna keep me inspired. So you know, that gym thing, it helps - it gets your dopamine going, you know - your serotonin is up, and then you're ready to go back in and do it, right? Dan Levy 31:10 Yeah. Also, I think there has to be a level of confidence and maturity in your business and the patterns and seasons of business. Because for a long time, I panic around Christmas, because nobody wants a workshop or talk to us around from December to January - and now I've reframed that. So initially, like I panicked, and then I'd listen to people like Gary Vaynerchuk, who was like, "You should working 48 hours a day", even though it's not possible to- hustling, get advantage of everyone to come out of January kicking arse, doing 3D and 4D and Tik Tok and NFTs and all that rubbish. And I was like, actually, this - admittedly, this is the first time I've done it this year - this is time for me to clean house and figure out a bit about me, about who I am, what More Space is, what do we want to achieve this year? Patti Dobrowolski 32:09 Yes. Dan Levy 32:10 And hopefully - and it sounds terrible - hopefully, we don't get any work till March. And so I can do that as soon as possible- Patti Dobrowolski 32:17 Exactly. This is what I said, you know, there's, there's something in my Instagram channel right now, where I say to the camera - I'm so happy when a client cancels the call because then I can go bike riding, and then I speed off on my bike, you know - because this is what's true, is that we don't always want to be on 24/7. And, and we're not meant to be on 24/7. And we need that time to create more space for light, and to understand ourselves and see what we're going to do next. What are we going to grow? And what do we want to read or play or, I don't know, go to the beach, something. Right? Dan Levy 32:56 So I'm reading a book. This is a recommendation by my coach. It's called Stolen Focus. And he said to me - Dan, your work issue's focus: you've got to do less, but more of like, just focus on what works for you. And I've been going through my own personal and professional transformation in regards to just honing in on focus and being quite comfortable to let certain things fall off and not do them. But just - and I'm figuring out that journey, that isn't like an automatic "Tomorrow, I'll get this" - like, this is a journey of self discovery for me. But this book's just been remarkable. So there were some principles that I'd already put in place. Like, I don't have my mobile phone in my bedroom. Like, I don't sleep with my phone, I stick with my Fitbit, just so I don't wake my wife up or we have our little ones sleeping with us. And that's the most discreet way I can wake anyone up. I'll try not to look at my phone when I wake up first thing, I want to see a human being if I can. Or if I'm doing a workout, I'll just put on my music and not look at my emails. And I'm trying to set boundaries. Yeah, I just saw this study on Instagram. It was just photos of people - just an observation of how people use their mobiles, and you see them in social settings, and I'm trying to reduce the amount of time I look at social media. Like, I'm trying to make the phone not rule me. Patti Dobrowolski 34:35 Yeah, I think it's - in this time. It's really difficult. It's like one of the biggest challenges that we have and not just us, but I think the younger generation is all about it. And so to make space for the phone to be away, is like- I can't have the phone in my room if I'm writing, because I will just hear the phone talking to me: it's saying "There's emails in here, do you want to see what the weather's gonna be like today" or - you know, everything that you could find in there will call you and distract you. So I love that. And I think that these are some rituals that I hope that our kids are really going to take to heart. And they're really going to start to put them in place and what kind of rituals, other rituals, do you have that really helped you stay in tune with yourself or in balance? Dan Levy 35:28 The motorbiking, trying to get - I know we both share a passion of going out on our bikes. That's been a big thing for me, cause we're constantly dwelling on the past or anxious about the future; that being present in this mind space right now in this second and maximizing the potential of this minute - often, we take that for granted. And I suppose especially like, when you've got this thing buzzing out - your phone, you got access to everything and nothing at the same time, but how can you see- Patti Dobrowolski 36:02 Everything and nothing at the same time, you said: you have access to everything and nothing at the same time. Oh, that is well put. Mic drop. Dan Levy 36:16 If you- just being present, and that's the motorbike for me - where you have to be present, otherwise you'll fall off the thing or someone will bump into you - that's been really good. And cycling as well. And just trying to just make the most of things, you know. Patti Dobrowolski 36:32 Yeah, that's fantastic. I love that, I love it. All right, now. So you know, you're a big change maker - you help people make change in their company, so - if you have any tips about people that are listening, and they want to make a change, some kind of change in what they're doing, what would you tell them? Because you pivoted from working for somebody else doing those things, to starting your own company - and you've done that multiple times. And every time you're in a room with people, you're asking them to pivot. So what would you suggest, if somebody who is - like you thinking, I don't know if I can do this anymore, I want to do something else - what would you say? Dan Levy 37:10 I would be sort - I don't want to be responsible for people making some dramatic change, but I - if you're in an environment, where you want to make change, for example, in an organization - I feel like you have to listen to understand a propensity for an organization willing to change, whether that would be one person, whether that would be a team - and start to figure out who the people are, that you can, that are champions and gatekeepers. Also, laddering back, why? Why is there a need to change? What is your why? What are the factors behind you making that change? And once you start to understand your why, you'll know whether it's kind of more of an environmental thing, more of a lifestyle thing or a whole chain, because - don't be too rash; often people seek a solution that's very binary, for example: "this isn't working, therefore I need to do that". There might be a third option or a compromise or, or an intermediary step that allows them to get an understanding of what they want. Because often people are so tied to a solution, they forget about the values all the while, the drivers and the signals that are pushing them to need to feel like they need to make the change. So I think, really figure out your why, and then start to play from there. Patti Dobrowolski 38:39 Yeah, I think too this, the other thing you're saying in here, that you aren't directly speaking to is that - or maybe I'm just hearing this in between space, which is - there is a part of us that feels like when things aren't working, it's better to go there than to stay here and work it out. Because sometimes in the working out, you work it through, and so then you don't have to go and repeat the pattern in whatever you end up doing after this because: you will repeat the pattern. And so if you can figure that out, and then you can leave gracefully and know that that was the right thing to do and that it's the right time - I think that is so essential. So I love that you're talking about finding stakeholders that are also willing to change and who are the gatekeepers, so you can win them over - so that you can create the kinds of changes that you want to see in your environment. I love that. I love you, Dan, you're so incredible. I loved having this conversation with you. I'm going to bring you back so we can talk more about what's happening with you. And I'm sure that the camping trip is going to be amazing, because you will be COVID-free. We're setting that intent. And so is there any- Dan Levy 39:59 Ah, I'm safe now. I've got one more day and I'm safe- (laughs) Patti Dobrowolski 40:00 That's right. (laughs) That's right, may we all stay COVID-free, people - let's just put that out there that we spread that out, so we can get back to - not get back to, but get forward to the life that we dream about, right? We dream about. Well, I dream about being in the same place in the universe with you Dan, so that we can do some kind of work together, so I look forward to that opportunity. And thank you so much for coming here and spending time with me in your morning - my evening, so we could get to know you a little better. Dan Levy 40:22 Thank you for having me, Patti - it's amazing. It's just so amazing to just be part of your orbit and be part of the multiverse that you connect to. So - you got another friend in Australia. Patti Dobrowolski 40:49 Yeah. Thank you. Thank you so much. All right. So now, everybody, you know the drill - if you liked what you heard, please share it with your friends. And also, please follow Dan Levy with More Space for Light. You can find him on LinkedIn, you can find More Space for Light on the internet, and also in the show notes - we'll find other ways that you can connect with him, because he's incredible. And if your company is looking for an amazing facilitated experience, he's your man - I'm just saying. Okay, all right, everybody. Until next time, Up Your Creative Genius. Take good care, woo! Patti Dobrowolski 41:28 Thanks so much for listening today. Be sure to DM me on Instagram your feedback or takeaways from today's episode on Up Your Creative Genius - then join me next week for more rocket fuel! Remember, you are the superstar of your universe and the world needs what you have to bring - so get busy! Get out, and Up Your Creative Genius! And no matter where you are in the universe, here's some big love from yours truly, Patti Dobrowolski, and the Up Your Creative Genius Podcast. That's a wrap!

Weird Science Marvel Comics Podcast
Star Wars Comics Ep 403: Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #20, Snacks & Rituals / Weird Science Marvel Comics

Weird Science Marvel Comics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 26:21


Star Wars Comics Ep 403: Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #20, Snacks & Rituals - We talk about Doctor Aphra #20 this week and also snacks and childbirth!  Oh My!   Join our Patreon and help us feel loved for as little as $1/Month @ Patreon.com/WeirdScience Click Here for Weird Science Links: https://campsite.bio/weirdsciencecomics    

AiPT! Comics
Jeremy Adams talks The Flash and tying into DC's summer event Dark Crisis

AiPT! Comics

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 87:25


NEWSConan is leaving Marvel ComicsEisner Awards Nominees 2022 announced with DC Comics getting the most nominationsTom King and Mitch Gerads reteam for ‘Batman: One Bad Day' OGN as well as others!'Superboy: The Man of Tomorrow' wins DC Round Robin 2022Matt Fraction and Steve Lieber re-team for ‘Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen's Boss Perry White' #1All of DC's August 2022 comics and covers revealedBig takeaways: Harley Quinn is weeklyHippolyta not deadSWORD OF AZRAEL #1Marvel's Ultraman returns with ‘Ultraman: The Mystery of Ultraseven' #1Marvel August Solicitaitons! Alien #1 coming in SeptemberValiant partners with Blanx for comics sneakers beginning June 1stPatton Oswalt and Jordan Blum create new universe in 'Minor Threats'IDW announces ‘Transformers: Shattered Glass II' for August 2022‘Charmed' meets ‘Charlie's Angels' in ‘The Deadliest Bouquet'‘Golden Rage' #1 coming on August 3rd mixing ‘Battle Royale' and ‘Golden Girls'Neon horror ‘Lovesick' #1 sets October releaseOur Top Books of the WeekDave:The Shaolin Cowboy: Cruel to be Kin #1 (Geof Darrow, Dave Stewart)Savage Avengers #1 (David Pepose, Carlos Magno)Chris:Nightwing #92 (Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo)I Hate This Place #1 (Kyle Starks, Artyom Topilin, and Lee Loughridge)Standout KAPOW moment of the week:Chris - Nightwing #92 (Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo)Dave - X-Men Red #2 (Stefano Caselli, Al Ewing)TOP BOOKS FOR NEXT WEEKDave: Spider-Man 2099: Exodus #1 (Steve Orlando, Dave Wachter)Chris: DC vs. Vampires: Hunters #1 (Mattew Rosenberg, Neil Googe)JUDGING BY THE COVER JR.Dave: Swamp Thing #13 (Anand RK)Chris: Blood-Stained Teeth #2 (Christian Ward)Segment: Interview - Jeremy Adams To give readers a sense of your tastes, what were some comics you read as a kid, and what are some comics you read today?The art by Amancay Nahuelpan is stellar, is there a specific panel or page that blew you away?Flash #783 (out JUN 21ST, 2022) begins a a tie-in into Dark Crisis, how close were you in planning your story with Josh Williamson?There's a number of Flash family members in Flash #783 and friends too, who are you working with, and which is your favorite to write in this story arc?With the limitlessness of infinite realities, how do you curb the desire to do it all?Would you say the multiverse is hot right now?For anyone who doesn't know, what's the difference between the omniverse and the multiverse?How far along are you with writing this story arc?

Bags & Boards Podcast
Top 10 Trendng Comic Books of the Week 5.14.22

Bags & Boards Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 20:20


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Weird Science Marvel Comics Podcast
Marvel Comics Ep 402: Venom Lethal Protector, Iron Fist, Spider-Punk & Grandmaster Flash Thompson / Weird Science Marvel Comics

Weird Science Marvel Comics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 72:54


Marvel Comics Ep 402: Venom Lethal Protector, Iron Fist, Spider-Punk & Grandmaster Flash Thompson - Three books, and while they may not be the greatest, we had some fun with them.   Join our Patreon and help us feel loved for as little as $1/Month @ Patreon.com/WeirdScience Click Here for Weird Science Links: https://campsite.bio/weirdsciencecomics   0:00:00 - Intro 0:04:55 - Venom: Lethal Protector #2 0:20:33 - Iron Fist #3 0:38:45 - Spider-Punk #2  

Acmecast
Life Model Decoy Stan Lee

Acmecast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 81:31


We talk it all in this one! Sonic V Mario. Our Signing with ROB LIEFELD on JUNE 11th! Bash in the Boro with DANIEL WARREN JOHNSON and FIRE STAR PRO WRESTLING on JUNE 18th! Listener questions!

MTR Network Main Feed
Into the Hickmanverse Part 9: Time Runs Out - Character Corner #105

MTR Network Main Feed

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 64:44


With the mention of the word "Incursions" in Doctor Strange In the Multiverse of Madness its timely for us to reach the "Time Runs Out" portion of our Into the Hickmanverse series. This is the lead up to Secret Wars and its basically Hickman destroying the Marvel Universe. All of it. Time Runs Out is actually jarring at first because there is an 8 month story gap. The Avengers have split. The Illuminati is on the run with new members. The Captain Britain Corp has been wiped out. The Cabal is given free rein to destroy other worlds. So much has happened and Hickman takes his time explaining it all. We also get the reveal of who "Rabum Alal" is and it's...Doctor Doom. Hickman does what he always does and calls his shot and takes us back to the beginning. And not just this series but all of his series. At one point the Illuminati takes refuge in the Immortal City that we saw Nathaniel Richards and Howard Stark as members of S.H.I.E.L.D. There's also some connections to Secret Warriors. And you really start to wonder if "All Hope Lies in Doom" from the Fantastic Four series with Val & Franklin from the future was also talking about the work that Doom is doing in this series that leads to him confronting the Beyonders.  And then there are the hints at future Hickman stories. Like when Scott talks about the name of the game being "resurrection". Knowing what we know now about Hickman's time on X-Men and it seems like he called his shot here as well. Every time we read this series we pick up something new. By the end of Time Runs out there's only two universes left: 616 and 1610. And that's where we will pick this all back up with Secret Wars in the next episode.   Like what you hear? Subscribe so you don't miss an episode!   Follow us on Twitter: @Dpalm66 @InsanityReport @TheMTRNetwork   Our shirts are now on TeePublic:  https://teepublic.com/stores/mtr-network Want more podcast greatness? Sign up for a MTR Premium Account!  

Character Corner - A Podcast on Your favorite Comic Book Characters
Into the Hickmanverse Part 9: Time Runs Out

Character Corner - A Podcast on Your favorite Comic Book Characters

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 64:44


With the mention of the word "Incursions" in Doctor Strange In the Multiverse of Madness its timely for us to reach the "Time Runs Out" portion of our Into the Hickmanverse series. This is the lead up to Secret Wars and its basically Hickman destroying the Marvel Universe. All of it. Time Runs Out is actually jarring at first because there is an 8 month story gap. The Avengers have split. The Illuminati is on the run with new members. The Captain Britain Corp has been wiped out. The Cabal is given free rein to destroy other worlds. So much has happened and Hickman takes his time explaining it all. We also get the reveal of who "Rabum Alal" is and it's...Doctor Doom. Hickman does what he always does and calls his shot and takes us back to the beginning. And not just this series but all of his series. At one point the Illuminati takes refuge in the Immortal City that we saw Nathaniel Richards and Howard Stark as members of S.H.I.E.L.D. There's also some connections to Secret Warriors. And you really start to wonder if "All Hope Lies in Doom" from the Fantastic Four series with Val & Franklin from the future was also talking about the work that Doom is doing in this series that leads to him confronting the Beyonders.  And then there are the hints at future Hickman stories. Like when Scott talks about the name of the game being "resurrection". Knowing what we know now about Hickman's time on X-Men and it seems like he called his shot here as well. Every time we read this series we pick up something new. By the end of Time Runs out there's only two universes left: 616 and 1610. And that's where we will pick this all back up with Secret Wars in the next episode.   Like what you hear? Subscribe so you don't miss an episode!   Follow us on Twitter: @Dpalm66 @InsanityReport @TheMTRNetwork   Our shirts are now on TeePublic:  https://teepublic.com/stores/mtr-network Want more podcast greatness? Sign up for a MTR Premium Account!  

Comic Book Rundown
Episode 583: The Amazing Spider-Man #95

Comic Book Rundown

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 18:54


Peter Parker is on an official Daily Bugle assignment in London - a perfect opportunity to seek out Gwen. However, when terrorists begin to stir up trouble, Spider-Man has to step in to stop them. Twitter: @comicrundown Instagram: @comicbookrundown Email: comicbookrundown@gmail.com Hosted by Joe Janero and Ron Hanes Edited by Joe Janero Theme song provided by one of the Sex Turtles (Joe Cubas) Find our t-shirts at Redbubble and TeePublic https://www.redbubble.com/shop/comic+book+rundown?ref=search_box http://tee.pub/lic/vBbIJZ4eLQ0c

Rad Raptor Radio
Episode 229: Dr. Winkles & A Multiverse of Podcasts

Rad Raptor Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 64:14


In a Universe where Jeff dissapears for the first half of the show, Tim and Andrew briefly discuss the new Doctor Strange movie, and discuss the top five movies of the MCU.  After that Jeff reappears and they all talk comics.  

Quarantined Comics
GENE LUEN YANG ...chats on Modern Minorities

Quarantined Comics

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 45:04


while Raman & Ryan are off saving the multi-verse, here's Raman's Modern Minorities conversation with award-winning comics creator Gene Luen Yang... Gene Luen Yang's (comic book) American dream “Being an immigrant kid - your experience and your parents' and your grandparents' experiences are in three completely different worlds.” _** Gene Luen Yang is an award-winning cartoonist, storyteller, and teacher - whose been creating comics since the fifth grade. His 2006 graph_ic novel American Born Chinese will be a 2022 Disney+ TV series by Shang Chi director Destin Daniel Cretton. Two of Gene's other two books - Dragon Hoops + Superman Smashes the Klan - won the 2020 Eisner (the Oscars for comics), and Raman's reviewed them on his other podcast Quarantined Comics. Gene's a former CS + Math teacher - who's since gone on to work on some of the biggest name in pop culture and comics - including Avatar the Last AirBender, rebooting Shang Chi over @ Marvel Comics (before the hit movie), and having more than a few unique takes on DC's Superman. Gene was named the Library of Congress' fifth National Ambassador for Young People's Literature, and has also received a MacArthur Genius Grant. Gene advocates for the importance of reading diversely - and makes his kids finish all of their projects. Raman tried really hard not to fanboy over one of his personal heroes... LEARN ABOUT GENE LUEN YANG * geneyang.com * twitter.com/geneluenyang * American Born Chinese: goodreads.com/book/show/118944.AmericanBornChinese * Superman Smashes the Klan TRAILER: youtu.be/LQ5IDkiBA * Dragon Hoops: goodreads.com/book/show/44280830-dragon-hoops MENTIONS * COMIC BOOK: Cyclopedia Exotica goodreads.com/book/show/53317432-cyclopedia-exotica * PERSON: Jason Shiga goodreads.com/author/show/469075.JasonShiga * PERSON: Lark Pien goodreads.com/author/show/2679817.LarkPien * PERSON: Derek Kirk Kim goodreads.com/author/show/150817.DerekKirkKim

Marvel Noise
Marvel Noise Episode 390 – Marc Spector: Moon Knight IV

Marvel Noise

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 107:31


We run through a bunch of new Issue #1's (including Immortal X-Men, Spider-Punk, Iron Fist, Captain Carter, Strange, Ghost Rider and plenty more) and then finish up our examination of writer Chuck Dixon's run on Marc Spector: Moon Knight with our 4th installment, this time covering issues 22-24 & 34. Enjoy! @marvelnoise #MN390

Down the Yellow Brick Pod
"The Patchwork Girl of Oz" (Part 2) with Tibbi Scott

Down the Yellow Brick Pod

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 97:57


Dear friend of the pod and quilter extraordinaire Tibbi joins the pod to discuss part 2 of L. Frank Baum's seventh book in the Oz canon: 1913's "The Patchwork Girl of Oz"! Tara, EmKay and Tibbi explore the vast array of new characters introduced by Baum, give some love to the Scarecrow and the Patchwork Girl's introduction and unpack yet another trial!Show Notes:The Real Wizard of Oz: The Life and Times of L. Frank Baum by Rebecca LoncraineDown the YBP Etsy ShopPatreon - DTYBPInstagram: @downtheyellowbrickpod#DownTheYBPTara: @taratagticklesEmKay: @emshray

X-Reads
Ep 75: The Top 5 Times Dr. Strange Saved the X-Men

X-Reads

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 99:21


It's a different kind of episode! Instead of a one-issue recap, Chris and Chandler have gathered the Top 5 Times Doctor Strange Saved the X-Men to coincide with the wildly popular release of Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.Listen in as they breakdown these crucial moments when Dr. Strange came to the rescue of the X-Men with issues:- The Defender #15- X-Men Annual #4- Longshot #6- Uncanny X-Men #330- What If Magik... #1Find us on the AIPT Podcast Network. Follow our show to be alerted when new episodes appear the first and third Wednesday of the month. Check us out on social media @xreadspodcast on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. For business inquiries, email xreadspodcast@gmail.com. Learn more at https://aiptcomics.com

Comic Book Podcast | Talking Comics
Talking Comics Podcast: Issue #547: Mouth Haptics

Comic Book Podcast | Talking Comics

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 123:59


Melissa Megan returns to the podcast to discuss the latest breakthrough in VR technology, mouth haptics! Ever wanted to feel the sensation of having spiders in your mouth? Now you can! The TC crew also talks about dinosaurs, crossovers, Batgirls, Blood Syndicates, Death, and comics!Books: Wonder Woman #787, Batgirls #6, Captain America: Symbol of Truth #1, Seven Secrets #17, Crossover #13, Naomi Season 2 #3, Justice League vs the Legion of Superheroes #3, Judgment Day: Avengers X-Men Eternals, Cold Iron #1, Eight Billion Genies #1, Grim #1, Jurassic League #1, Spectators #1-15, Tales From Harrow County: Lost Ones #1, Karmen #1-5, Gender Queer: A Memoir, Blood Syndicate #1, Suicide Squad: Get Joker #3Other Stuff: Batman Unburied - Episodes 3-4 (podcast), The Boys Season 3The Comic Book Podcast is brought to you by Talking Comics (www.talkingcomicbooks.com). The podcast is hosted by Steve Seigh, Bob Reyer, Joey Braccino, Aaron Amos, and John Burkle, who weekly dissect everything comics-related, from breaking news to new releases. Our Twitter handle is @TalkingComics, and you can email us at podcast@talkingcomicbooks.com.

Comic Book Rundown
Episode 582: The Amazing Spider-Man #94

Comic Book Rundown

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 16:39


Spider-Man attempts to rescue Aunt May after she is kidnaped by the Beetle! We also get a retelling of how Peter Parker became Spider-Man. Twitter: @comicrundown Instagram: @comicbookrundown Email: comicbookrundown@gmail.com Hosted by Joe Janero and Ron Hanes Edited by Joe Janero Theme song provided by one of the Sex Turtles (Joe Cubas) Find our t-shirts at Redbubble and TeePublic https://www.redbubble.com/shop/comic+book+rundown?ref=search_box http://tee.pub/lic/vBbIJZ4eLQ0c

Marvel by the Month
#155: MONSTER by the Month 01 (w/Joe Keatinge) - "...Man-Thing!"

Marvel by the Month

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 90:12


Writer Joe Keatinge has been our most frequent guest, and with good reason: no one appreciates early Marvel weirdness more than him! His entire life has been leading up to this episode.For an additional 40 minutes of this episode — including our deep dives into the Neal Adams story from Tower of Shadows #2 ("One Hungers") and our MONSTER by the Minute speed round covering eight Silver and Bronze Age Marvel horror stories — support us on Patreon at the $4/month level to get access to our super-secret bonus feed of content, with more than 40 extended and exclusive episodes! Stories Covered In Detail This Episode:"At the Stroke of Midnight" - Tower of Shadows #1, written and drawn by Jim Steranko, ©1969 Marvel Comics"...Man-Thing!" - Savage Tales #1, by Roy Thomas and Gerry Conway, art by Gray Morrow, ©1971 Marvel Comics "MONSTER by the Month" theme and all incidental music by Robb Milne.Visit us on internet at marvelbythemonth.com, follow us on Instagram at @marvelbythemonth, and support us on Patreon at patreon.com/marvelbythemonth.Much of our historical context information comes from Wikipedia. Please join us in supporting them at wikimediafoundation.org. And many thanks to Mike's Amazing World of Comics, an invaluable resource for release dates and issue information.

fanholespodcast
Fanholes Comic Books Mutha@#$%! Do You Read 'Em?!? # 91: West Coast Avengers and X-Men Adventures! Stories From The Spinner Rack!

fanholespodcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 64:42


      Derek and Mike get together to discuss the following Marvel Comics they got from the Spinner Rack! Derek - West Coast Avengers v2 #37 Mike - X-Men Adventures #6

Jacked Kirby
Episode 156- “In The Bullpen!” (with George O'Connor & Reilly Brown)

Jacked Kirby

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 124:38


This is part 2 of our crossover with the Hypothetical Island! Our friends George O'Connor (The Olympians) & Reilly Brown (Batman/Fortnite), hosts of the Hypothetical Island podcast join us to discuss the Marvel Bullpen, specifically cameos by Jack Kirby and Stan Lee IN actual Marvel Comics… plus, the FF, comics continuity problems, Roy Thomas controversy, Kirby's high conceits, differences between “the Big Two”, plans for our possible Masters of the Universe-themed podcast, and a whole lot more! Fun shit!   Make sure you check out HYPOTHETICAL ISLAND (and the first part of this crossover)! They're available on all podcast platforms, and feature a slew of great comix-related guests!    Find them on Instagram: @hypotheticalisland   Reilly's on Instagram: @reilly_brown And George: @thegeorgeoconnor   Give them a listen and a follow!    You can find all things Jacked Kirby by visiting our FlowPage: www.flow.page/jackedkirby   If you like the show, share the show! Thanks!!!

Superhero Ethics
Ep 184 Moon Knight & Mental Health

Superhero Ethics

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 63:35


Mental health played a big part in Moon Knight, and we brought in an expert to talk about it. Saron Bryan, LCSW, returns to the show and joins Paul, Will, and myself, to talk about dissociative identity disorder (DID), how the show portrays it, and what better understanding it can tell us about Marc, Stephen, and the show. Saron Bryan is a therapist in Athens, Georgia who primarily serves queer, polyamorous, and kinky clients. She also enjoys taking way too long to finish reading the Wheel of Time series and questing to find the most ridiculous and gaudy earrings imaginable.Our voices not enough- you can watch the video of this episode at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TmMt4ufXC94!Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code HEROETHICS at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpod

Weird Science Marvel Comics Podcast
[ Weird Dose of X ] The X-Men Podcast Ep 01: X-Men Status Quo Leading to A/X/E Judgement Day / Weird Science Marvel Comics

Weird Science Marvel Comics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 89:00


In their inaugural outing, Jason and Chris begin to set the table for the upcoming A/X/E Judgment Day event by going deep on the status quo of Marvel's Mutants. Talking all about the seminal beats of Jonathan Hickman's grand vision... it's HoX/PoX heavy, with a side of Crucible! For a deeper dive into each and every issue of the Krakoan Era, check out X-Lapsed over at http://chrisandreggie.podbean.com!   Join our Patreon and help us feel loved for as little as $1/Month @ Patreon.com/WeirdScience This Week's Badass Patreon Spotlight Show: Moon Knight: Black, White & Blood #1 & Hulk vs. Thor: Banner of War: Alpha #1 Click Here for Weird Science Links: https://campsite.bio/weirdsciencecomics

Shelfdust Presents: The War Effort
Shelfdust Presents: The War Effort #11

Shelfdust Presents: The War Effort

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 27:53


Is that the chiselled jawline of Zac Efron we see? No, 'tis Doctor Doom, who is handsome now! Al is joined by special guests Dan White and Fraser Geesin to talk about the transformed Doom, as seen in issue #11 of Secret Wars. They also discuss the foundations of eternity, the intertwining of energies which are the basis of all that is, and the moment where Reed Richards uses his powers to become a plastic bag.   The War Effort is produced by the immensely talented Dave Bulmer, who you can follow on Twitter here. Our logo comes from the tremendously gifted mind of James Wendelborn, who is on Twitter here. Thank you to them both for their incredible work - give them a follow!   Al Kennedy is the host of podcasts House to Astonish and Desert Island Discworld, in which he sits down with special guests to talk about their work, their career, and the Terry Pratchett novel they would take with them if they were cast away to a desert island. He's also been a featured writer for Shelfdust, and you can find his byline here! For more from Al, you can follow him on Twitter here and follow Desert Island Discworld on Twitter here. Dan White doesn't know who The Beast Must Die is, but he would probably recommend their comics podcast SILENCE!, which you can find on the Mindless Ones website. Dan is also co-host of The Savage Beast podcast, which talks about cult films, and runs through the same site. You can find Dan on Twitter here! Who is Gary Lactus? I'm sure Fraser Geesin couldn't say, other than the very talented other half of SILENCE, which, uh, you can find on the Mindless Ones website. For more from Fraser, however, you can follow him on Twitter here!

When It Was Cool Podcast
M - Marvel Comics Issue 1 (1939)

When It Was Cool Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 33:30


In this episode previously only for Patreon supporters of WhenItWasCool.com, host Karl Stern takes a look back at the very first Marvel Comic book and the debuts of both the Human Torch and the Sub-Mariner. We take a look at what both Marvel and DC were doing at the time and how they compared. Support When It Was Cool on Patreon for hundreds of other podcasts just like this one!

The Chad Prather Show
Ep 629 | America Has a Mental Health Problem, NOT a Gun Problem | Guest: Eric July

The Chad Prather Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 47:55


Over the weekend, Tops Friendly Market in Buffalo, NY, was the latest scene of a shooting and at least 10 people are dead. When will we address the mental issue that we are facing? What is the solution to stopping this crime? BlazeTV contributor Eric July joins the podcast to discuss the latest wokeism by DC and Marvel Comics. June is fast approaching, and Marvel and DC are ready for PRIDE 2022. Marvel will release a new transgender mutant and a genetically engineered turtle. Why does EVERY company need to be “woke”? Vice President Kamala Harris once again had the most weird speech about “climate” and “working together.” The shortage of baby formula continues, and thanks to Rep. Kay Cammack, we found out that the southern border has pallets and pallets of baby formula while American babies are suffering. Why is it that this administration doesn't care about Americans? Today's Sponsors: 60% of US pork production comes from 1 company, owned by the Chinese. And their hogs are given something called ractopamine, which is banned in 160 countries, including China, yet you find it in your grocery aisle everyday. Keep American farming going by signing up at http://MoinkBox.com/chad RIGHT NOW and listeners of this show get FREE filet mignon in every order for a year. Take some of your profits from the stock market NOW and SOLIDIFY them with GOLD from Birch Gold. Throughout history, gold has maintained its value better than any other investment in the world! Text CHAD to 989898 for a FREE, zero obligation info kit on holding gold in a tax-sheltered retirement account. Trucker Treats is the Nation's best seasoned gourmet pretzel company….and they are 100% made in America - (all seasonings, ingredients – even the packaging bags). I urge you to support our Truckers. Please go to http://TruckerTreats.net and get 40% OFF with the promo code CHAD. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

La Órbita De Endor - podcast-
LODE 12x36 – CABALLERO LUNA

La Órbita De Endor - podcast-

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 239:46


Hoy en La Órbita de Endor analizamos la serie del CABALLERO LUNA (Moon Knight – 2022) con el enorme Oscar Isaac protagonizando un título que hoy no habrá más remedio que criticar con bastantes pros pero también con no pocos contras. Los dos tercios finales estarán dedicados a la Temporada 1 de esta serie. Pero antes, habrá que dedicar un bloque inicial a repasar toda la trayectoria en cómics de este personaje de Marvel Comics que siempre ha estado un poco al fondo del armario y que ha saltado a primerísima línea. Participarán en el audio Rafa Pajis, Antonio Monfort y Antonio Runa. La noche egipcia aguarda. No la hagamos esperar. Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

Comic Book Rundown
Episode 581: The Amazing Spider-Man #93

Comic Book Rundown

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 25:56


The Prowler is back! But the return of this villian is the least of Peter's worries because Gwen Stacy is leaving forn England to stay with her uncle... for good. Twitter: @comicrundown Instagram: @comicbookrundown Email: comicbookrundown@gmail.com Hosted by Joe Janero and Ron Hanes Edited by Joe Janero Theme song provided by one of the Sex Turtles (Joe Cubas) Find our t-shirts at Redbubble and TeePublic https://www.redbubble.com/shop/comic+book+rundown?ref=search_box http://tee.pub/lic/vBbIJZ4eLQ0c

The Trap Nerds Podcast
The Trap Nerds Multiverse of Madness Review!

The Trap Nerds Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 64:48


Join us as we review Dr Strange Multiverse of Madness. We begin by breaking down our favorite moments of the movie and talk about the low points. Dre also brings us his Gaming character of the month. All of this and more on todays episode.  Get your podcast Merch Below! https://trap-nerds-media-llc.myshopify.com/   Want more The Trap Nerds content? ► SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcy6... ► LISTEN TO THE FULL EPISODE HERE: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/1119-t... ► FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM: @TheTrapNerdsPodcast ► FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: @TheTrap_Nerds ► LIKE US ON FACEBOOK: @TheTrapNerdsPodcast Be sure to check out your favorite hosts on social media! ► DRE: @popcorndazombie ► ELI: @TheRealSonEli ► TONY: @VxVash ► EXAVIER: @exmanpg Reach out and let us know what you think about this week's episode! Don't forget to like, comment, and subscribe for more videos. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Down the Yellow Brick Pod
"The Patchwork Girl of Oz" (Part 1) with Tibbi Scott

Down the Yellow Brick Pod

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 89:17


Dear friend of the pod and quilter extraordinaire Tibbi joins the pod to discuss L. Frank Baum's seventh book in the Oz canon: 1913's "The Patchwork Girl of Oz"! Tara, EmKay and Tibbi each share what would go into their personal patchwork dolls, dive into Baum's financial challenges at the point of writing and celebrate their love for a fan favorite character in the world of Oz, Scraps the Patchwork Girl.Part 2 dropping Wednesday!Show Notes:The Real Wizard of Oz: The Life and Times of L. Frank Baum by Rebecca LoncraineDown the YBP Etsy ShopPatreon - DTYBPInstagram: @downtheyellowbrickpod#DownTheYBPTara: @taratagticklesEmKay: @emshray

Neverland: To Disney and Beyond
Moon Knight and Doctor Strange - The Fandom Nexus 389

Neverland: To Disney and Beyond

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 102:38


Welcome to the Fandom Nexus! Free Comic Book Day and two Marvel Cinematic reviews! What is coming up this summer from DC and Marvel Comics? We'll try to answer some of those questions as we share our thoughts of Moon Knight's finale and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness! Grab your pixie and let's fly to Neverland! Help Adrian Ropp during his financial struggles! Donate here! Subscribe to the podcast! Please rate and review Neverland: The Fandom Nexus! Leave a review here! Join the movement to do something positive. Get your shirt and tell people #YourLifeMatters! You may have noticed some ads as part of the show this week. If you don't want to hear ads every week, become a patron at Patreon!! We would like to thank My Podcast Reviews for sponsoring our show! For the best aggregator of your podcast reviews, sign up for an account! Visit the Play MotU Website and download the demo! Subscribe to my new show, Neverland Rock Radio with this RSS Visit our shop! at TeePublic Join and donate to Thank You Walt Disney Follow on Instagram! Join our Discord server! Twitter Facebook Facebook Group Email Us! Leave a Voicemail (816) 226-6492 We are part of the We Be Geeks Podcast Collective!!

Weird Science Marvel Comics Podcast
Star Wars Comics Ep 401: Star Wars: Obi-Wan #1, Sand Storms & Jedi Dreams / Weird Science Marvel Comics

Weird Science Marvel Comics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 28:49


Star Wars Comics Ep 401: Star Wars: Obi-Wan #1, Sand Storms & Jedi Dreams - We discuss the new Obi-Wan Marvel Star Wars Comic this week! Join our Patreon and help us feel loved for as little as $1/Month @ Patreon.com/WeirdScience This Week's Badass Patreon Spotlight Show: Moon Knight: Black, White & Blood #1 & Hulk vs. Thor: Banner of War: Alpha #1 Click Here for Weird Science Links: https://campsite.bio/weirdsciencecomics

The North-South Connection
Second Print Comics Podcast Ep. 93: The Origins of Ant-Man!

The North-South Connection

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 64:52


Marvel brings you a reimagined origin story of Earth's mightiest bite-sized superhero, Ant-Man! As Doctor Henry “Hank” Pym searches for the real cause of the tragic murder of his wife, his journey takes him into the realm of industrial greed where a rival scientist hopes to steal his research which could potentially lead to a lab nerd turning into a global threat! Join us as we jump straight into “Ant-Man: Season One” from Marvel Comics in this week's show. Support the Second Print Comics Podcast on Patreon, where you'll get access to TONS of bonus content and perks, including early episode releases original shows like Remso Rants, "What Marc Missed", TV recaps like Book of Boba Fett, Peacemaker, and all Marvel Disney Plus series, all for as little as a measly $5 per month!

Retro Grade Podcast
052 Spider-Man (THE MAKING OF)

Retro Grade Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 107:29


“OUT, AM I?“On this week's episode, we continue talking about Sam Raimi's first Spider-Man film, released in 2002. In the first episode we focused on the story and on the style, how Sam Raimi went about filming the web swinger in his first Hollywood outing. Now, we go back to the very beginning of Spider-Man, back to when he was created in 1962. We go over his creation, and how he was result of a collaboration between Stan Lee and Steve Ditko. We talk about his first comic book appearance in Marvel Comic's Amazing Fantasy No.15 which led to his own series The Amazing Spider-Man. From there we talk about the various forms that Spider-Man took, from a 1977 television show on CBS to a Japanese revisioning of the character. With Spider-Man's popular continuing to grow, it was only a matter of time before Hollywood planned to capitalize on his popularity in 1985. But that would take multiple decades, with multiple production companies vying for the rights to the character, and everyone suing and countersuing in order to have a chance at making his big screen debut. Numerous directors' names were thrown around, but ultimately Raimi got the job. We talk about all of that, and why we think he was the best one!Afterwards, we go into the actually production, what went into the casting of the film, the hurdles Sam had to go through during that, the choice in trying to ground the film's sillier ideas so they could mesh well with the real life setting of New York, including the Green Goblin's costume and the use of the organic web shooters. We talk about how this film could have been rated R for some of the depictions of violence, and what the team did to avoid that. We cover the film's marketing, and the ultimate U-turn the marketing team had to do in order to remove all images of the Twin Towers after the events of September 11th, 2001, and how real-life events have an effect of audiences interpretation of media, regardless of whether or not it chose to make a statement.Lastly, we briefly talk about the newest Marvel film, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness since it's Sam Raimi's return to directing after a 9 year hiatus. We talk about the good, the bad, and the weird things we saw in the film and in a spoiler free discussion. So sit back and enjoy our final episode on the original Spider-Man film!Music is from Triune Digital and audio clips pulled from movies we will be reviewing in other episodes.Artwork by @jannelle_o

Japan Station: A Podcast by Japankyo.com
91 Backstage with MIYAVI

Japan Station: A Podcast by Japankyo.com

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 17:08


On this episode of the Japan Station podcast, Tony talks to guitarist/actor/humanitarian Miyavi. About Miyavi David Nakayama is an artist known for his work on covers for Marvel Comics, video games and more. He is also known for having worked with Chris Claremont to relaunch Big Hero 6 comic book series in 2008. Topics Discussed Miyavi discusses his insecurities and what makes him nervous How Miyavi deals with his insecurities How Miyavi deals with stress and time management About Miyavi's daughters and his relationship with them Miyavi reflects on his life as a dad Miyavi on parenting And much more! Support on Patreon & Ko-fi If you enjoy Japan Station and want to ensure that we're able to produce more episodes, then please consider becoming a patron on Patreon.com. For a minimum pledge of $1 a month you'll get early access to all JapanKyo podcasts, bonus content, and more. And for $3 a month, you'll get access to Japanese Plus Alpha, a podcast produced by me (Tony Vega) that focuses on the Japanese language and all of its fascinating quirks. Also, all pledges get a shout-out on the show and my undying gratitude. Thank you in advance! Support Japan Station on Patreon You can also do a one time donation via Ko-fi. Support us on Ko-fi Links, Videos, Etc. You can follow Miyavi on social media by using the links below. Miyavi on Twitter Miyavi on Instagram For more information about Miyavi, you can also visit his website. Miyavi Official Website For more information on Blue Note Hawaii, visit their website. Blue Note Hawaii Website Don't forget to check out the latest episode of Ichimon Japan. What is “yōshoku”? (About Japanese “Western Food” | Ichimon Japan 60 Special Thanks Opening/Closing song: Oedo Controller (大江戸コントローラー) by Yunomi featuring Toriena (Used with permission from Yunomi) To listen to more of Yunomi's music, check out his Soundcloud page or YouTube channel. Japan Station cover art: Provided by Erik R. Featured image: Courtesy of Blue Note Hawaii/Ikaika Communications Follow Japankyo on Social Media Facebook (@JapankyoNews) Twitter (@JapankyoNews) Instagram (@JapanKyoNews) Full Show Notes Get the full version of show notes at https://www.japankyo.com/category/podcasts/japanstation/

The Infamous Podcast
Episode 337 – Multiverse of Something

The Infamous Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022


Leaving a Star Shaped Hole in My Heart This week on the podcast, Brian and Darryl have ever so slightly different takes on the Moon Knight season 1. Then review the latest offering from the MCU, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse (not Multitude) of Madness. Episode Index Intro: 0:07 Moon Knight: 4:52 Doctor Strange: 25:05 Moon Knight (Season 1 Episode 6) Out of 5 Scarab Endings Darryl: 2.5/5 Brian: 2/5 Title: “Gods and Monsters” Directed by: Mohamed Diab Teleplay by : Jeremy Slater and Peter Cameron & Sabir Pirzada Story by : Danielle Iman & Jeremy Slater Release Date: May 4, 2022 Summary Harrow frees Ammit and kills the avatars of the other Egyptian gods. Layla finds Khonshu’s ushabti and releases him. Spector refuses to stay in the Field of Reeds and returns to the Duat to rescue Grant. With Taweret’s help, they escape through the Gates of Osiris and awaken in their body. Khonshu re-bonds with them, restoring their powers. Layla discovers that Ammit can be re-bound by multiple avatars and agrees to become the temporary avatar of Taweret. They join Spector, Grant, and Khonshu in fighting Harrow and Ammit. Harrow overpowers Spector and Grant, but they experience a blackout during...

Comic Book Breakdown
All of the Marvels book review

Comic Book Breakdown

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 37:15


This guy CLAIMS to have read EVERY Marvel comic ever. LETS JUST SEE ABOUT THAT SHALL WE. 

Guys Of A Certain Age
What Happens In Vegas Comes Home (Stan Brown)

Guys Of A Certain Age

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 41:31


On this week's episode, The Guys welcome a special guest to the studio, and it's not Robbie.  Stan Brown, a local author, joins Art and Jay to talk all things novel: his writing process, adventures with publishing, agents and editors, and how he went from writing kinesiology textbooks to paranormal thrillers.  Just for fun, Marvel Comics also gets a mention in his story.  Meanwhile, it's not just Robbie and the NFL draft in Vegas, it's also CinemaCon, the convention of movie theater owners who get to hear all the big studios talk about their upcoming movie rollouts.  Then Art and Jay read about it and share it with our listeners.  It's the next best thing.  

Bags & Boards Podcast
Top 10 Trendng Comic Books of the Week 5.7.22

Bags & Boards Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 19:34


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Werewolf by Night Podcast
The Amazing Spider-Man #189 - Mayhem by Moonlight!

Werewolf by Night Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 65:06


The plot to use John Jameson as a weapon is advanced and reveals that the mystery villain has a hate-on for both Spidey & J. Jonah Jameson. Who's pulling the Man-Wolf's strings?

The ComicCom Podcast
Season 2 Episode 19-Batman Unburied Dethrones Joe Rogan, New Trans Mutant In X-Men, Naomi Is No More

The ComicCom Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 64:55


Season 2 Episode 19- Justin with special guest co-host Sade(WhatPaigeIsIt) discuss the newest LGBTQ character being introduced into Marvel Comics. CW losing Naomi. Zatanna movie in trouble. Batman Unburied podcast beats Joe Rogan on Spotify. Sade's gives us her review for Dr. Strange In The Multiverse of Madness. As well as Moon Knight full season review. Follow Sade on all her socials @WhatPaigeIsIt

Me & You, The Housewives, & Marvel Too
[TWO-FOR-ONE] So Nasty & So Rude in the Multiverse of Madness! w/ BRANDON GOODE!

Me & You, The Housewives, & Marvel Too

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 89:10


We truly love a guest who can talk ALL OF THE TINGZ! I had the pleasure of chatting with Brandon Goode: author, creative, consultant, Marvel fanatic, Housewife aficionado. Get your fork and knife ready because we give you a hefty helping of true “Reality & Comics Too” content. We start off with our general feelings and hopes for the new season of the “Real Housewives of Atlanta,” move into our mutual disdain for the casting over on the “Real Housewives of New Jersey,” touch on the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” premiere episode, shift gears to discuss this (maybe first?) season of “Moon Knight” on Disney+, and end with a good, thick discussion of “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.” Get into it!Visit Brandon Goode's website: www.brandongoodewrites.comCheck out Brandon Goode on Instagram: www.instagram.com/b.goode*** HEY! Some of you have asked how you can show your appreciation for all of the content provided by your mama's favorite Black geek. How about you buy me a beer/coffee? FOLLOW THE BELOW LINK: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/realitycomics2 ***CH