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Spawnometer 0:0:0:8: The Savage Dragon’s Baptism of Fire

Spawn #8 &
The Savage Dragon (1992 miniseries) #1-3


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Spawn #8

by Alan Moore & Todd McFarlane

“In Heaven”
Dedicated To: Don & Maggie Thompson

i mean, nobody deserves that! not even, say, somebody who did twenty-seven kids and kept the bodies in his ice cream truck. which i didn’t. and even if i did, isn’t there a constitutional rights issue here? hmmm?

what kind of afterlife is this?

There’s ten dead-lands. Like spheres, one inside another.

Now THIS, this place you’re gonna like! Some people call is the Eighth Sphere, some call it The Malebolge, but ME… I call it HOME!!

The Savage Dragon: Baptism of Fire (1992)

by Erik Larsen

Chicago, Illinois. Now.

I’m Lieutenant Frank Darling from the Chicago Police Department… You were found in a burning vacant lot. Do you have any idea how you got there? Do you remember anything about your life prior to waking up here? How come you have green skin?

Listen, Dragon. I need your help. We’re being slaughtered out there. Super-freaks have stopped us at every turn. Cops are dying, local super-heroes are being put out of commission… You’ve got power, Dragon– we need somebody like you on our side.

Cops sent a damn monster to get me.

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Защитники

Guardians: Soviet Union Superheroes

“Zashchitniki”

2017


Rated-imMATURE – This podcast is specifically designed to be hearkened by adult audiences and therefore may be unsuitable for children under 17 or the painfully uptight.

  • Fall & Rise of The Evil Empire
  • Technically, Защитники translates as “Defenders”
  • Arsus is the bear
  • Khan is the ninja
  • Ler is the boulder battle priest
  • Xenia is the female one
  • Major Elena Larina is white girl Nick Fury. So, Maria Hill?
  • Better or worse than Suicide Squad?

One Song Each

One Song Each (Side A, Track 5)

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On our music & memories show, co-hosts Ill Mac, Joe Fixit, & Diabolu Frank each select a song to discuss, relating facts about its release, its meaning, and how it relates to them anecdotally.

    Tracklist

  1. “Feed Me (Git It)” from the 1982 album Little Shop Of Horrors – Original Cast Album by Howard Ashman & Alan Menken
  2. “Frank Sinatra” from the 1996 album Fashion Nugget by Cake
  3. “These Arms of Mine” from the 1962 single These Arms Of Mine / Hey Hey Baby by Otis Redding

Artists: Mister Fixit, Illegal Machine, Diabolu Frank
Label: Rolled Spine Podcasts
Format: MP3 Digital Download/Streaming
Country: USA
Released: 14 Mar 2018
Genre: Stage & Screen Soundtrack, Alternative Rock, Soul / Rhythm & Blues

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Supposing… The Image Comics Founders Had Hired Seasoned Writers To Launch Their Company?


Rated-imMATURE – This podcast is specifically designed to be hearkened by adult audiences and therefore may be unsuitable for children under 17 or the painfully uptight.

    Debuting a new segment on the show, Supposing… a what if imaginary story scenario in which we discuss an elseworld in a parallel reality where things played out differently after one modest butterfly effect type change.

Amazing Heroes Interviews

Amazing Heroes Interviews Episode 4

James P. Starlin at North Texas Comic Book Show 2018

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Interview conducted with his holiness Jim Starlin at NTX Comic Book Show in Irving, Texas on Sunday, February 11, 2018. The interview has been edited for time, content, consistency and quality. Additional extensive context discussion between Diabolu Frank & Mister Fixit also edited into the episode.

  • 03:03 Lord Papal vs. Thanos / Parochial School
  • 06:47 Painting The Metamorphosis Odyssey & drawing Dreadstar
  • 10:31 Dreadstar & Company cast
  • 20:03 Hardcore Station & prose novels
  • 25:50 Mongul vs. Thanos compensation

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The Marvel Super Heroes Podcast

The Marvel Super Heroes Podcast Episode 081

Marvel Studios Black Panther (2018)


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Note: We like our language NSFW salty, and there be spoilers here…

Face Front, True Believer! Diabolu Frank, Illegal Machine & Mister Fixit (with a mid-closing credits cameo by special guest blu girl) finally return to Wakanda, this time as realized within the Marvel Cinematic Universe! Watch T’Challa break all the box office records in one of the most successful movies of all time in its first weekend! Excelsior!

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Amazing Heroes Interviews

Amazing Heroes Interviews Special

Jim Shooter interviews Jim Starlin

The Two Gems Panel at North Texas Comic Book Show 2018

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Recorded live at the Irving Convention Center on February 11, 2018. Edited for clarity. Topics include Adam Warlock, Thanos, Bronze Age Marvel Comics, and film adaptations.

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