The Marvel Super Heroes Podcast

The Marvel Super Heroes Podcast Episode 064

Werewolf by Dead of Night (2009)

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Face Front, True Believer! Illegal Machine, Mister Fixit & Diabolu Frank return to Jack Russell! By which we mean probably at least two-thirds of us forgot that we’d touched on him already on the first Tigra episode, definitely including Frank, who just wanted to blow out a Halloween episode with an easy out of continuity mini-series Fryhole loaned to Fixit loaned (unbidden) to Frank years ago! But don’t fret Real Frantic One, because we all enjoyed a book from a line tailor made for our combination of grossly immature language/subject matter and being a Permanent Marvel Maximus with the “MAX” adult content boutique line! 2009’s Dead of Night featuring Werewolf by Dead, despite featuring a lengthy redundancy in title, is a kick butt four-parter by Duane Swierczynski and Mico Suayan! Plus, we go off into the wilderness to howl at the moon over the Universal Monsters, Frankenstein, Legion of Monsters, Power Records, Monster Squad, werewolf movies in general and The Howling franchise specifically! Plus, the Mighty Marvel Mail Bag! Excelsior!

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Diana Prince: Wonder Woman

Diana Prince: Wonder Woman Podcast #5

75 Birthdays:

The Secret Origins of Wonder Woman

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October 25, 2016 marks the seventy-fifth anniversary of the release date for All-American Publications’ All Star Comics #8, which featured the story “Introducing Wonder Woman” by her creators William Moulton Marston and Harry G. Peter in her comics debut! In acknowledgement, your regular host Diabolu Frank covers a variety of different interpretations of Princess Diana of Paradise Island’s origin stories from Sensation Comics #1 (1942), Wonder Woman #1 (1942), Wonder Woman #23 (1947), Wonder Woman #45 (1951), Wonder Woman #98 (1958), Wonder Woman #105 (1959), DC Special Series #19 (1979), Wonder Woman #1 (1987), and Secret Origins #6 (2014)! To break up all that information dumping and more treat this momentous occasion as a true celebration, we’ve also enlisted a slew of notable co-anchors to discuss a bunch of fun, accessible topics relevant to new and old fans of the Amazon Princess! Hola!

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DC Bloodlines Podcast

The DC Bloodlines Podcast: Anima Attacks New Titans

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Sigh. It’s time to deal with Courtney Mason, the heroine of The New Titans Annual #9 and her own sixteen issue series, Anima (we cover the first two issues.) Created by novelists Elizabeth Hand & Paul Witcover, Anima was one of the highest profile and powerful New Bloods, but also one of the most painful to actually read. Hope the riot grrrl soundtrack helps us get through this one. You can follow along with our reading of the annual at Scans Daily.

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The Marvel Super Heroes Podcast

The Marvel Super Heroes Podcast Episode 063

Ghost Rider:
The Most Supernatural Superhero of All!

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Face Front, True Believer! Illegal Machine, Mister Fixit & Diabolu Frank burn rubber with the eponymous origin story of Johnny Blaze, The Ghost Rider! This one’s not for the easily offended, especially on the religious front, as Jesus takes the wheel and pops a wheelie! Plus, a high speed overview of the first several years of ’70s excitement! Excelsior!

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The DC Bloodlines Podcast: Argus and Flash

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The (finally bi-weekly as originally intended) podcast (not really) dedicated to DC’s New Bloods returns (for a second “season” of indefinite length after a one-off in Spring 2015 & four episodes in April)! We’re (actually only one person involved) back with a show that was 100% completed on May ‎15th but left on the shelf for nearly five months because Frank got distracted by the next shiny object (specifically, four Martian Manhunter podcasts for a JLA: Year One crossover rather belatedly advertised within.) But hey, it’s funner and longer than usual with lots of goofy voices and bad acting processed through lame filters!

Our subject is Nick Kovak, one of the most “successful” (highly relative usage here) of the New Bloods as the stealth vigilante with vision powers, Argus! As an advantageous byproduct of his mostly appearing in Flash comics written by his co-creator Mark Waid during the arguable heyday of Wally West’s run, we’ll get to touch on some actual well liked comics for a change! This episode covers The Flash Annual #6, spotlight segments from Bloodbath Special #2, & Flash #86 (with notes related to #92-100, the introduction of Impulse and the “Terminal Velocity” arc.) Oh, and a brief nod to the world’s most famous French-Canadian, in honor of Bass & Siskoid. You can follow along with our reading of the annual at Scans Daily.

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