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27 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jim Lee. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jim Lee, often where they are interviewed.

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27 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jim Lee. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jim Lee, often where they are interviewed.

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Comic Book Pitt 364: 90's Flashback: Jim Lee's WILDC.A.T.S

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Dan, Jared, and Scott go back to the early 90's, to the birth of Image Comics, and discuss the first four issues of Jim Lee's WILDC.A.T.S.

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Sep 18 2020 · 1hr 9mins
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S5, E57 “The Last Resort” A Lifesaving Roof Rope Rescue with FDNY Lieutenant Jim Lee

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As seen in the FDNY Pro Film, The Last Resort, on October 27, 2016, an early morning fire in an upper Manhattan 5-story tenement left residents fleeing for their lives. With a fire escape located only on the front of the building, and heavy fire on every floor and in the shaft, one resident found himself cut off with no means of escape. Lieutenant Jim Lee explains what happens next and how members worked together to make a dramatic save. Battalion Chief Brian Mulry hosts.

Aug 21 2020 · 23mins

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Jim Lee is Going Down with the Ship - Podcast e29

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Jim Lee is Going Down with the Ship - Podcast e29

* DC and some major releases
* Cancelled comics
* Batman: Soul of the dragon
* DC Fandom schedule
* Deathstroke: Knights and Dragons
* Jaime Foxx and Spawn
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Aug 16 2020 · 58mins
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BatForceRadioEp238: HEX x JIM LEE Comic Collector Backpack !

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We discuss the epic HEX x JIM LEE Comic Collector Backpack! Promo Code: BATFORCE20 for 20% off this bag(and free shipping) at www.HexBrand.com !
Aug 09 2020 · 24mins

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278: Special Guest Jim Lee!

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Kevin and Marc return to the Scum & Villainy Quarantina to talk all thing geek and pop culture while raising money for Book Industry Charitable Foundation (Binc) to support the fight to save indie book stores, with a little bit of help from special guest and comic legend Jim Lee.
Apr 23 2020 · 2hr 36mins
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Episode 569-The Greatest DC Collection, Jim Lee’s Sixty Sketches, Star Wars Kanan Heats Up, Marvel & DC April Highlights with Kyle & Drew

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Episode 569-The Greatest DC Collection, Jim Lee’s Sixty Sketches, Star Wars Kanan Heats Up, Marvel & DC April Highlights with Kyle & Drew. Spec Contest for Hero Initiative https://www.heroinitiative.org/ Donations Keep the Podcast Going - Please Give https://bit.ly/2nqTTKy Email us at: Comicsforfunandprofit@gmail.com - questions, comments, gripes, we can't wait to hear what you have to say. Follow us on twitter.com/ComicsFunProfit & instagram.com/comicsforfunandprofit Like us on Facebook.com/ComicsForFunAndProfit Subscribe, rate, review on itunes, Spotify, Stitcher. Thank you so much for listening and spreading the word about our little comic book podcast. https://comcsforfunandprofit.podomatic.com/
Apr 11 2020 · 39mins
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Jim Lee's WildC.A.T.s

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On this week’s episode of Indefensible Ink, it’s the first-ever edition of "Defensible Ink," whereby one of your hosts tries to defend a comic that’s been ignored or dismissed and make the case that it’s actually good. In this episode, Ryan and Justin explore a boyhood favorite of Ryan’s, Image Comics’ WildC.A.T.s from 1992: a series that, like many of its Image Comics brethren, was seen as flashy art slapped on a mediocre story and characters. Does the Jim Lee-drawn miniseries and its tales of superheroes and secret alien invasions still hold up? Or did pretty art and nostalgia mask a real C.A.T.-astrophe? (We’re pretty sure no one has used this pun in the last six months to describe a pop culture work.)

Also covered in this episode: Justin and Ryan try to figure out the Vice President’s enumerated powers, Ryan reveals his potential stripper name, questionable ’90s ponytails, and a simpler time when your political career could be ended by misspelling “potato.”

Discussed in this issue: WildC.A.T.s: Covert Action Teams #1-4 (1992).


  • 00:00 - Cold open: What are the lyrics to the WildC.A.T.s theme song?
  • 03:48 - Theme and intro
  • 05:25 - Background: Jim Lee and WildStorm
  • 12:53 - Issue #1
  • 29:04 - Issue #2
  • 41:54 - Issue #3
  • 53:30 - Issue #4
  • 1:01:16 - Analysis
  • 1:14:59 - Canon Fodder
  • 1:20:17 - Recommendations
  • 1:26:53 - Closing
Mar 18 2020 · 1hr 28mins
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THE NERD ON! UPDATE: Xbox Series X, Jim Lee Publisher, Coronavirus Cancels GDC

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ANNOUNCEMENT: Join us for our first live show on March 7th in Santa Monica, CA at APOGEE 


Today’s update we discuss the Coronavirus Cancellations in the world of Gaming, shake ups in the DC and Disney Hierarchy, and the specs for the latest Microsoft Gaming Console! In our Q&A portion we discuss our Watchmen style comic book characters, favorite cereals, and us as dogs or cats!

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Mar 06 2020 · 36mins
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EP 211: Jim Lee speaks! Spielberg Leave Indy 5! Gi Joe Returns! And We Make a Big Announcement!

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PODCAST | Jim Lee addresses the C2E2 as sole publisher of DC Comics. But what about those Marvel/DC rumors?

PLUS: Indiana Jones 5 has a new director – why it’s probably the best thing for the franchise

AND: We go ROGUE! Officially!

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PARAMOUNT IS RELAUNCHING G.I. Joe movies with its Snake Eyes spinoff (which just wrapped this week), developing more Transformers movies with multiple writers and now, there is movement on…M.A.S.K.

Chris Bremner, who co-wrote January’s surprise hit, Bad Boys for Life, has been tapped to pen M.A.S.K., Paramount and Hasbro’s big-screen take on the toy line and launched in the mid-1980s.

F. Gary Gray is attached to direct the action-adventure project which, in case you need a refresher, centered on elite strike force M.A.S.K. (Mobile Armored Strike Kommand) squaring off against V.E.N.O.M. (Vicious Evil Network of Mayhem).

James Mangold in Talks to Replace Steven Spielberg as ‘Indiana Jones 5’ Director


Another helmer may be carrying the bullwhip for the new installment of Indiana Jones.

Ford v Ferrari director James Mangold is in early talks to helm the fifth installment in the franchise, taking over for Steven Spielberg, who has directed all of the franchise’s other installments.

Star Harrison Ford remains on board for the film.

This is the latest creative change for the feature, which was first announced in March 2016 by Disney and Lucasfilm. It was initially given a release date of July 19, 2019, which was subsequently pushed back to July 10, 2020.

In June 2018, Jonathan Kasdan, the son of Raiders of the Lost Ark scripter Lawrence Kasdan, was brought on to write a new draft of the feature, delaying the production further and pushing the release to July 9, 2021.

The choice to hand over the reins on Indiana Jones 5 fell to Spielberg. He decided to step down so that the next generation of filmmakers could usher the franchise forward, says a source close to the director.

Spielberg, who will remain on Indiana Jones 5 as a producer, will next release his West Side Story remake with Warner Bros., which is due out in December.

Mangold was last in theaters with the Christian Bale- and Matt Damon-starring racing drama Ford v Ferrari, which was released by Disney/Fox and earned over $225 million at the global box office. The director’s other credits include the tentpole superhero films Wolverine and Logan.

Segment 2: JIM LEE Signals DC Won’t Replace Dan DiDio; Addresses Major DC, Reboot Rumors

Crisis on Earth Dan DiDio: How 5G was a crisis too far

DC’s now sole publisher and Chief Creative Officer Jim Lee has indicated that DC won’t replace former Co-Publisher Dan DiDio, who recently exited the company.
Speaking at his personal spotlight panel during C2E2 2020, Lee told the audience “There’s continually new things going on, and I look at being sole publisher now and the team I’m working with. Much more in trenches now than ever before.”
“We’ve been with Warner Bros. for decades,” Lee elaborated. “The actual strategy for DC is to put publishing at center of what we do. It’s the engine of all the movies, TV, cartoons, we do. And so its my intent going forward as the Publisher, to lean into the collective years of my team.”
Lee also seemingly but vaguely addressed rumors about Marvel acquiring DC publishing, which have made their way into some internet rumors circles of late, shooting down any chance of this.
“To address some of the stuff that is out there, there’s rumors… speculation,” Lee explained. “I wouldn’t put any credence into it. DC has been around for 85 years, and we’ll be around for another 85 years. I hope to be doing this panel in 85 years.”
Lee also spoke about the chances DC’s impending 5G initiative would constitute yet another reboot, saying that’s not in the cards.
“It’s hard to talk about things we haven’t announced. Intention not to do a line-wide reboot,” Lee clarified. “Our focus in talking to editorial team is to continue what we’ve done best: Character-driven stories, pairing right creators on right characters, and developing characters that are inclusive and diverse.”
DC did not respond to Newsarama’s request for comment at the time of this story’s publication.

Segment 3: Spin The Comics To Movie Racks



Tokyo — February 29, 2020 — Tsuburaya Productions Co., Ltd is thrilled to announce the story details and artist lineup for the Marvel Comics ULTRAMAN series “THE RISE OF ULTRAMAN”  launching later this year. Revealed to a packed house by Marvel Editor-in-Chief C.B. Cebulski today at Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo (C2E2), THE RISE OF ULTRAMAN #1 will revisit Classic Ultraman, the first generation of the worldwide phenomenon. Series will be co-written by Kyle Higgins and Mat Groom with art by Francesco Manna.

Both known for their talents in world building, Higgins (Power Rangers, Winter Soldier) and Groom (Self/Made) will combine their acclaimed storytelling skills with the stunning style of superstar artist Francesco Manna, who has drawn for some of Marvel’s biggest series like Jason Aaron’s Avengers and Dan Slott’s Fantastic Four. As fans of the Ultraman series, they will introduce Ultraman to new fans young and old and revisit the iconic era – and spirit – of the Ultras longtime enthusiasts know and love.

“A few years ago, thanks to my time on Power Rangers, I was able to discover and learn more about Tokusatsu. With its wildly different conventions and inspirations, tokusatsu—and Ultraman in particular—has been a huge source of joy for me,” said Higgins. “It’s a genre so ripe with possibilities, even down to what we conceive of in the structure of super hero storytelling. It’s both an honor and a privilege to bring Ultraman to Marvel.”

“Monsters in fiction have been embodying all that is dark and scary in our world for as long as we’ve been telling stories. But I don’t think anybody understood the immense scale of our most pressing problems quite like Eiji Tsuburaya,” shared Groom. “He imagined the darkness looming overhead as tall as skyscrapers—alien and unknowable and ANGRY. But he also imagined us being able to stand up to those monsters, by rising above our worst impulses and embracing a nobler way of being. He imagined ULTRAMAN. What does that mean in this complex, contradictory world of lies? We’re going to find out…”

At the end of last year, Tsuburaya Productions and Marvel Comics announced a landmark collaboration to produce all-new stories based on the classic Ultraman series starring the beloved pop culture icon, Ultraman.

Stay tuned for more details about what can you expect from Ultraman’s adventures when THE RISE OF ULTRAMAN #1 hits stands later this year!

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Mar 05 2020 · 48mins
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Jim Lee - Chief Creative Officer of DC

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We sat down ahead of our Jim Lee signing in DTLA to discuss Jim's journey from South Korea to Ohio, then becoming an icon in the comic world. 

We only had a limited amount of time with Jim, but we could have chatted for hours. 

Enjoy the show. 

Here is a link to Jim's twitch where you can follow along as he draws. https://www.twitch.tv/jimlee

Nov 14 2019 · 24mins