Spawnometer 0:0:2:2: Supreme Madness

Spawn #22 &
Supreme #7-18

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Spawn #22

by Todd McFarlane

“The Hunt” Part 2
Dedicated To: Frank Miller

As for Joe Sakic, three days from now, his body will be found under the George Washington Bridge, with his hands and feet viciously severed. Decapitated. Even his genitals will be missing. The police will conduct a full investigation, but in the absence of anything identifiable about the body, will have to close the case of John Doe 1994-714. Such is the life of a trusted employee of Vito Gravano.

One of the bums he knows says our hero usually hangs out in the same four block radius. I’ve mapped it out already, sir.

God, no. Vito thinks I’M Terry.

Supreme #7-18 (1993-1994)

by Eric Stephenson & Kurt Hathaway & Rob Liefeld & Ripley and Shawn McManus & Brian Murray & Pedi & Cedric Nocon & Dan Fraga & Todd Nauck & Marat Mychaels with Norm Rapmund & various

…Your lack of control over the G.A.T.E. sponsored super-team Heavy Mettle… the public… and I… distrust them… Consider the team disbanded as of this very moment!

I will bring the entire Reich– indeed the whole of Germany to its knees until Adolph Hitler is brought to me! Know that I mean what I say– for Thor does not make idle threats!!

Welcome to Eye On Supreme. I’m Maxine Winslow, and tonight we’re talking with… the first of his super-powered generation to appear in this century.

Today everyone looks at me with suspicion– as if they seem to have forgotten how I saved their butts in the Big One… Only to find that I’d been replaced by others— the Youngbloods. They thought the world had outgrown me. The fools.

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The Marvel Super Heroes Podcast

The Marvel Super Heroes Podcast Episode 102

The Strangest Super-Heroes Of All!

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Face Front, True Believers! It’s been an exceedingly long wait, but we’re finally talking about the original mutant super-team in the least popular ongoing heroic series at the dawn of the Marvel Age of Comics! An exciting overview of the X-Men from 1963-1975, including the all-new, all-different line-up from Giant-Sized #1! Finally: Mac, Fixit and Frank offer their suggestions for how to integrate Marvel’s Merry Mutants into their shared Cinematic Universe! Excelsior!

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Marvel Handbook Podcast

The Marvel Handbook episode A8


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Aquaman, Atlantis, Fantastic Four, Inhumans, Iron Man, Namor, Sub-Mariner, Marvel Handbook Podcast, Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe, 1983, Marvel Comics, Marvel Comics Podcast,

ZombiCast: Duration of Dawn of the Dead

ZombiCast [00:03:00] Duration of Dawn of the Dead

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Movies by Minutes-style coverage of George A. Romero’s horror masterpiece, researched by Diabolu Frank with archival footage throughout. This episode offers a memorial to WGON-TV’s Charlie actor Vic Kleman and a discussion of cut scenes from the screenplay/novel,

Bonus movie review: Brian Yuzna’s Return of the Living Dead 3.

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    Comic Reader Résumé

    Comic Reader Résumé #8

    Last In/First Out (Late 1983)

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    ré·su·mé [rez-oo-mey, rez-oo-mey]
    1. a summing up; summary.
    2. a brief written account of personal, educational, and professional qualifications and experience, as that prepared by an applicant for a job.

    In Comic Reader Résumé, I use Mike’s Amazing World of Comics to travel back through time via his virtual newsstand to the genesis point of my lifelong collecting of comics. From there, I can offer a “work history” of my fandom through my active purchasing of (relatively) new comic books beginning in January of 1982, when my interest in the medium went from sporadic and unformed to routine on through compulsive accumulation. To streamline the narrative and keep the subjects at least remotely contemporaneous, I will not generally be discussing what we call back issues: books bought long after their publication date. Sometimes, I will cover a book published on a given month that I picked up within a year or so that date, and I give myself an especially wide berth on this aspect in the first couple of “origins” episodes. We’ll get more rigidly on point as my memories crystallize and my “hobby” spirals out of control into the defining characteristic of my life (eventually outpacing squalor and competing neuroses.) It’s part personal biography, part industry history, and admittedly totally self-indulgent on my part.

    This episode includes The Further Adventures of Indiana Jones #10, What If…? #41, Amazing Spider-Man #246, The Avengers #237, Marvel Tails Starring Peter Porker the Spectacular Spider-Ham #1, Keebler Company Presents DC’s The New Teen Titans, Hawkeye #4, Daredevil #202, Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man #86 & 88, Uncanny X-Men #177 & 179, Storm And Illyana: Magik #3, Green Lantern #173, The Thing #9, Hercules, Prince of Power #1, Nathaniel Dusk, Private Investigator #1, Starslayer, Grimjack, and more!


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    Marvel Handbook Podcast

    The Marvel Handbook episode A7


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    Spawnometer 0:0:2:1: Youngblood Yearbook

    Spawn #21 &
    Youngblood Yearbook &
    Team Youngblood #1-6 &
    Youngblood Strikefile

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    Spawn #21

    by Todd McFarlane

    “The Hunt” Part 1
    Dedicated To: Mike Grell

    I don’t want your pity… I just don’t want you turning out to be like me or the other guys. We look up to you… the boys and I like like having you around. Makes us feel a bit cocky, if you know what I mean. If you can’t pick up the pieces, then you ain’t any better that us.

    The matter of that little fat Clown, the dismantling of that hired gun Overt-Kill, and the invasion of your office by a costumed vigilante. Calling in The Admonisher to deal with the clown was a brilliant move, sir.

    …the costumed invader… he’s Terence Fitzgerald, an operative for some ultra-covert agency.

    Youngblood Strikefile #4 (1994)

    by Rob Liefeld, Eric Stephenson, Jeff Matsuda & Danny Miki

    Overtkill was one of my greatest creations, as well as being one of my most dramatic failures.

    Youngblood Yearbook #1 (1993)

    by Eric Stephenson, Chap Yaep & Norm Rapmund

    Greetings, outlanders. This… is Arcadia.

    Team Youngblood #1-6 (1993-1994)

    by Rob Liefeld, Eric Stephenson, Chap Yaep, Cedric Nocon & Norm Rapmund with various

    So, whaddya think, Al? Are these guys what hi-jacked the space station gonna take over the world, or what?

    To summarize the situation in the simplest of terms… we won. The Liberty II is now free of Cybernet influence and the satellite network Giger had sought to control has been restored to its proper working order.

    Is it true that Psi-Fire and Brahma are no longer with the team?

    Tales of Team Youngblood… “The Coming of Cougar”

    Masada in Youngblood Strikefile #6 (1994)

    by Tom & Mary Bierbaum, Chris Sprouse, and John Beatty

    Midnight. The darkness broils with angry, discordant voices. Voices long dead, but forever living. The souls that possess Deborah Konigsberg and give her the powers of Masada…

    Cougar in Youngblood: Strikefile #9-11 (1994)

    by Robert Loren Fleming, Charlie Adlard, & Tom Tenney

    Have you seen the King of the Cats today, Mr. Lion?

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