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24 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Joe Keatinge. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Joe Keatinge, often where they are interviewed.

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24 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Joe Keatinge. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Joe Keatinge, often where they are interviewed.

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Pre-MCU Movie Night (w/Joe Keatinge and Ibrahim Moustafa) - Dr. Strange (1978)

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Ibrahim Moustafa (High Crimes, Jaeger, James Bond: Solstice, Count) didn't really win a gold medal at the 1928 Olympics, but it's a fun bit that we're not going to drop anytime soon. Keep up with all the great stuff he has going on at ibrahimmoustafa.com. Follow his Instagram action figure customization adventures and his very good political takes on Twitter, which he is on so we don't have to be. 

Joe Keatinge is the writer of Shutter, Glory, Ringside, Stellar, Marvel Knights: Hulk, and Morbius: The Living Vampire and many other great things. He was also the Executive Editor of Image Comics' Eisner Award-winning anthology Popgun. Check out his website at joekeatinge.com for a beautifully curated collection of vintage goodness, and harass him for not posting more stuff on Instagram.

Dr. Strange was written and directed by Philip DeGuere for Universal Television. It was distributed by NBCUniversal Television Distribution and aired on CBS (whaaa?) on September 6, 1978 as a pilot for a series that never materialized. We found it on the dark recesses of the internet, and you can too.

"Marvel by the Month" theme by Robb Milne, sung by Barb Allen. All incidental music by Paul Chihara. Visit us on internet at marvelbythemonth.com and follow us on Instagram at @marvelbythemonth.

Sep 23 2020 · 1hr 11mins
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August 1966 (w/Joe Keatinge) - "Berlin Breakout"

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Joe Keatinge is the writer of so many great comics, including Shutter, Glory, Ringside, Stellar, Marvel Knights: Hulk, and Morbius: The Living Vampire. He also won an Eisner as the Executive Editor of Image Comics' anthology Popgun. Check out his website at joekeatinge.com for a beautifully curated collection of vintage goodness. And don't miss his #spinnerrackdiaries on Instagram.

Comics Released This Month (ones we discuss are in bold): Amazing Spider-Man #42, Amazing Spider-Man Annual #3, Avengers #33, Daredevil #21, Fantastic Four #56, Sgt. Fury #35, Strange Tales #150, Tales of Suspense #83, Tales to Astonish #85, Thor #133, X-Men #25, ©1966 Marvel Comics. 

"Marvel by the Month" theme by Robb Milne, sung by Barb Allen. All incidental music by Robb Milne. Visit us on internet at marvelbythemonth.com and follow us on Instagram at @marvelbythemonth.

Sep 02 2020 · 1hr 38mins

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Bonus Episode (w/Joe Keatinge) - The 1950's Marvel Universe

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Maybe we should have called this one "Atlas by the Month"? In the decade before Stan and Jack blew the doors off of the comics world with Fantastic Four #1, the company then known as Atlas Comics tried to relaunch their three biggest superheroes of the 1940's: Captain America, the Human Torch, and the Sub-Mariner! Our pal Joe Keatinge (Shutter, Ringside, Stellar, Marvel Knights: Hulk, Morbius: The Living Vampire) takes us on a tour of how these WWII heroes were retrofitted for the Red Scare in a pre-Comics Code world!

Reading List: Captain America's Weird Tales #74, Young Men #24-28, Captain America Comics #76-78, Sub-Mariner Comics #33-42, Human Torch Comics #36-38, Men's Adventures #27-28.

(Thanks to Tom Brevoort for his website articles and his chapters in Marvel Chronicle, which provided invaluable information.)

"Marvel by the Month" theme by Robb Milne, sung by Barb Allen. All incidental music by Robb Milne. Visit us on internet at marvelbythemonth.com.

Apr 29 2020 · 1hr 8mins
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September 1964 (w/Joe Keatinge) - Origin of Doctor Doom, 1st appearance of Hawkeye, Kang, Diablo

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Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays, everyone! This one is our biggest (and possibly best) episode yet. Joe Keatinge is back in the studio with us to discuss the origin of Doctor Doom, as well as the first appearances of Hawkeye, Kang the Conqueror, and Diablo. Thanks for listening to us in 2019, and we'll see you soon in 2020!

Reading List: Tales to Astonish #59, Avengers #8, Fantastic Four #30, Journey Into Mystery #108, Tales of Suspense #57, Amazing Spider-Man #16, Sgt. Fury #10, Fantastic Four Annual #2, X-Men #7, Strange Tales #124, ©1964 Marvel Comics.

Check out Heavy Metal #296 for “The Vandal,” by Joe Keatinge (words), Nick Walker (art), and Ferran Delgado (letters).

"Marvel by the Month" theme by Robb Milne, sung by Barb Allen. All incidental music by Robb Milne.

Outro music: "Run Rudolph Run," written by Johnny Marks and Marvin Brodie, published by St. Nicholas Music (ASCAP), and performed by Lemmy Kilmister, Billy F. Gibbons, and Dave Grohl on We Wish You a Metal Xmas and a Headbanging New Year.

Visit us on internet at marvelbythemonth.com.

Dec 25 2019 · 1hr 31mins

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May 1964 (w/Joe Keatinge) - 1st FF/Avengers meeting; The Watcher's origin; 1st appearance of Balder

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Writer Joe Keatinge (SHUTTER, Evolution, Stellar) joins us to talk about the first meeting of the Avengers and the Fantastic Four, Jack Kirby's wartime experience, and why Steve Ditko might have been the best thing early Marvel had going for it. He also points out a very obvious and very cool thing about Black Widow's original costume that we completely missed.

Reading List: Fantastic Four #26, Tales of Suspense #53, Journey Into Mystery #104, Avengers #5, Amazing Spider-Man #12, Sgt. Fury #7, Tales to Astonish #55, Strange Tales #120, X-Men #5, ©1964 Marvel Comics.

Learn more about all of the awesome stuff that Joe Keatinge has done and continues to do at joekeatinge.com.

"Marvel by the Month" theme by Robb Milne, sung by Barb Allen. All incidental music by Robb Milne.

Visit us on internet at marvelbythemonth.com.

Nov 20 2019 · 1hr 25mins
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Off Panel #85: Image Comics, Inside and Out with Joe Keatinge

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In this week's episode of Off Panel, writer Joe Keatinge joins the show to talk 25 years of Image Comics from his perspective as a reader, creator and former employee. David and Joe talk when they discovered Image, what makes Image special, 90s comics revisionist history, what his experience was working at Image, how it's changed over the years, our ten-ish favorite comics from Image's 25 years, what the future looks like for Image, and more.

Feb 20 2017 · 1hr 47mins
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175 – Shutter Vol 1-4 by Joe Keatinge & Leila del Duca

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Hey Handsomites! Eric and Robbie are back discussing Shutter this week! They talk about the ups and downs of the plot, del Duca’s stylistic choices, and the scope of the entire story. They also review Kingpin #1 and JLA: Rebirth #1!

Weekly Floppies

  • Kingpin #1
  • Justice League of America Rebirth #1
  • Steven Universe #1
  • Death Be Damned #1
  • Fissure #1

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  • Shutter Vol 1-4 by Joe Keatinge & Leila del Duca

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Feb 14 2017 · 1hr 32mins
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002: Shut Up and Work with Joe Keatinge

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Joe Keatinge is a writer of Image, Skybound, Marvel, and DC comics with amazing titles including Glory, Tech Jacket, Marvel Knights: Hulk, Adventures of Superman and his current Hit image titles Shutter and Ringside, as well as the executive editor of the Harvey and Eisner award winning Image comics anthology, POPGUN.

Jul 09 2016 · 36mins
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Interview 37 with Joe Keatinge

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Interview 37 with Joe Keatinge.
Mar 23 2016 · 25mins
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Off Panel #34: All Roads with Joe Keatinge and Leila del Duca

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The team behind Shutter, Joe Keatinge and Leila del Duca, join the show this week to talk their Image Comics book. The conversation is a sprawling one, as they talk the upcoming arc of their book, the evolution of their lead and work, their process, experimenting with story and form, standing out in today's industry, the focus on what's new, Periscope Studio, Joe's love of cats, and things close with five questions, Shutter style. It's a big talk with a phenomenal creative team, and well worth a listen for fans of comics, especially of Shutter itself.

Feb 02 2016 · 1hr 21mins
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