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Spawnometer 0-0-0-5: Youngblood

Spawn #5 & Youngblood (1992)


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Spawn #5 by Todd McFarlane

“Justice”
Dedicated To: Will Eisner

You are cured, Billy Kinkaid.

Multiple bodies. All kids. All so mutilated we never did get a final body count.

No more.

Youngblood #1-5 (1992) & Hardcover (2008)

by Rob Liefeld with Joe Casey & Co.

Dedicated To: Jack “The King” Kirby & Joe Shuster

Kussein’s Terror Ends in Suicide

Let’s go, Berzerkers! Turn it up! We’ve got to reach Kirby in time!

His name is Prophet.

Damn, stupid ninjas!

This is the planet D’khay. I am Darkthornn, it’s ruler. Your trespass here is not welcome!

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One Song Each

One Song Each (Side A, Track 3)

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On our not-so-new music show, co-host Frank breaks the basic format of the nascent show by offering numerous tracks for his segment (including a friggin’ Kenny Loggins medley!) Partners Mac and Joe Fixit follow the established rules where each of the hosts selects one song to discuss, relating facts about its release, its meaning, and how it relates to them anecdotally. #DancePact

    Tracklist

  1. “Footloose/I’m Free (Heaven Helps the Man)” from the 1984 soundtrack Footloose by Kenny Loggins
  2. “Kick Him When He’s Down” from the 1992 album Ignition by The Offspring
  3. “Detachable Penis” from the 1992 album Happy Hour by King Missile
  4. “Hook in Mouth” from the 1988 album So Far, So Good… So What! by Megadeth

Artists: Mister Fixit, Illegal Machine, Diabolu Frank
Label: Rolled Spine Podcasts
Format: MP3 Digital Download/Streaming
Country: USA
Released: 04 Oct 2017
Genre: Pop Rock, Punk, Art Rock, Thrash

The Marvel Super Heroes Podcast

The Marvel Super Heroes Podcast Episode 076

ABC’s Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season One


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Face Front, True Believer! Approximately three years ago, Diabolu Frank, Mister Fixit & Pekita Trotamundos recorded an episode by episode review of the debut season of the first television show set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe! And then didn’t release it until the show was (barely) going to get a fifth season! And it only got released today because we didn’t decide what we were going to release until yesterday! And only then because Frank had half-edited it ages ago before abandoning it out of boredom, so it was the laziest, most perfunctory option! It’ll pass the time! Excelsior!

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Diana Prince: Wonder Woman

Diana Prince: Wonder Woman Podcast #17

Noble Pyrates All


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This episode, Frank covers the first major arc of the William Messner-Loebs run, “Exile in Space,” which ran in Wonder Woman vol. 2 (1987 series) #66-71 (1992-1993.) Since nobody actually refers to the “Space Pirates” story by that name, we’ll use the story title from #69 instead. This is one of Frank’s favorite legends of the Amazing Amazon, featuring art by Paris Cullins and a host of inkers, with an especially epic series of Brian Bolland covers. This time, the show will run without commercial interruption.

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Spawn #4 & Shadowhawk


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Spawn #4 by Todd McFarlane

“Questions,” Part 4
Dedicated To: Joe Shuster

Who gave you such powers?! Since when do humans begin to rate? They’ve always been too fragile for this!

Spawn continues his silence, for what does a man say to an offspring of the pits of Hell?

You have failed miserably! It is incompetents like you that make my battle against GOD so laborious!

Shadowhawk #1-4 (1992) by Jim Valentino

Out of the Shadows

His spinal column snaps like a twig. You are SHADOWHAWK… and you’re taking back the night!

God, I love my job! The sweet fragrance of flickering flame! The bloom of the billowing smoke! The screams of the recently domestically displaced! All are like music to the ears of– ARSON!

I still hunger. I must eat. Please forgive me.

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One Song Each

One Song Each (Side A, Track 2)

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On our new music show, each of the hosts selects one song to discuss, relating facts about its release, its meaning, and how it relates to them anecdotally.

    Tracklist

  1. “Johnny Ryall” from the 1989 album Paul’s Boutique by the Beastie Boys
  2. “Dark Was the Night, Cold Was the Ground” from the 1927 single “It’s Nobody’s Fault But Mine” by Blind Willie Johnson
  3. “The Passenger” from the 1977 album Lust for Life by Iggy Pop

Artists: Mister Fixit, Illegal Machine, Diabolu Frank
Label: Rolled Spine Podcasts
Format: MP3 Digital Download/Streaming
Country: USA
Released: 06 Sep 2017
Genre: Hip Hop, Texas Blues, Punk