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FAVES is an upbeat talk show about our favorite things. Matt "Slim" Kolowski interviews friends, family, and strangers about a topic they love. It's a weekly opportunity to learn from, and connect with, a variety of passionate people. From PRS.
Rank #1: "Last of the Mohicans" with Joe Kolowski.
Joseph Kolowski is a wildlife ecologist at the Smithsonian-Mason School of Conservation, based at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute’s campus in Virginia. More importantly, he's my brother. The Last of the Mohicans is a 1992 American epic historical drama film set in 1757 during the French and Indian War. It was written and directed by Michael Mann. In this episode we discuss film violence, New France, BASEketball, Michael Mann's first cinematic memory, seeing his chaps in person, Daniel Day-Lewis: the actor, teaching, sharing comic collections, and much more. You can support the podcast by shopping at: http://halfdoubledesign.com! Links: Follow Joe on IG Buy Last of the Mohicans Donate to the podcast Follow Slim on Twitter Follow FAVES on Twitter Subscribe to the podcast right now Hardware/software used for production Sign up for Simplecast to host your podcast
Rank #2: "Pro Wrestling" with Dirk Feelgood and Neil Bradbury.
Dirk Feelgood is a former GPW heavyweight champion while Neil Bradbury is famed ring announcer for GPW and Future Shock. In this episode we talk about the Royal Rumble 1992 match, John Cena vs CM Punk from Money in the Bank 2011, and one of Dirk's best matches. In this episode we discuss tracking down early WWF in the UK, Royal Rumble 2011, Greg Valentine on the toilet, Gorilla Monsoon and Bobby Hennan, wrestling legends status, the scheming of Hulk Hogan, Cena vs Punk 2011, blurring the lines or realism, Grand Pro Wrestling, the allure of local wrestling, tricking your family into thinking you're really injured, and much more. You can support the podcast by shopping at: http://halfdoubledesign.com! Links: Buy a FAVES t-shirt! Follow Dirk on Twitter Follow Neil on Twitter Highlights from Royal Rumble 1992 CM Punk's Entrance to Money in the Bank 2011 Watch Dirk's Fatal 4-Way Match Donate to the podcast Follow FAVES on Twitter Follow FAVES on Instagram Follow Slim on Instagram Review the podcast on Apple Podcasts Hardware/software used for production Sign up for Simplecast to host your podcast
The Flap is an unrivaled talk show featuring in-depth conversations on technology, life, love, comics, and fatherhood. Hosted by founding members of Paperkeg, @dale_a and @slim.
Rank #1: Morbidly Obese.
Dale & Slim discuss losing weight, Weight Watchers, and working out. Other topics include reading your letters and Dale's vasectomy check-up.
Rank #2: Dale Gets a Vasectomy.
Dale & Slim discuss the fallout of Dale's vasectomy. Other topics include peppermint-flavored lidocaine.
Rachelle, creator of the comic book blog Living Between Wednesdays, and Dave, manager of the Strange Adventures comic book store in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, discuss all things comic book and super hero related.Recorded weekly in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.
Rank #1: Episode 145: The Punisher: Welcome Back Frank.
Week two of the Living Between Wednesdays summer book club and Rachelle and Dave are discussing The Punisher: Welcome Back Frank by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon. It seems like a good time to revisit this 2000 series that offered a layered critique of gun fetishization and American righteousness. Also in this episode: yet another major comic book event gets spoiled in mainstream media; Firefly is back! (in comic book form); plus thoughts on last week's comics.
Rank #2: Episode 144: Agents of Atlas.
It's week one of the 2018 Living Between Wednesdays Summer Book Club and Dave and Rachelle are kicking things off with Marvel's 2006 Agents of Atlas miniseries, by Jeff Parker and Leonard Kirk. Also in this episode: Wal-Mart enters the comic book retailer ring; a very surprising X-Men wedding; Dan Slott's final issue of Spider-Man, and thoughts on the past week's comics.
Hiya! We know there is a comic book for everyone and want to help you find it. xoxo
Rank #1: 556 | Nebulocket.
In this podcast episode Lou is amazing by slim's shipping ability. Primary topic this episode: the books we read! Other topics include GOTG Vol 2., not crying that much tho, desiring to make out with Rocket, a reminder about the show ending we’re sorry OKKKK, feels and fears, FAVE COVERS OF THE WEEK, Matt Kindt’s beard, Rocket’s Ocean, finding your turtle center, screaming with sexual tension, Marco love, very dark high school drama, and your letters! Subscribe on iTunes Subscribe on YouTube Books talked about on this show!
Rank #2: 455 | Hot Spam.
In this episode Kara talks about having no internet on an island. Join the comiXologists as they talk about their fave comics this week! Topics include papercuts, hot letters, New Releases, Remember Remender Alert™, SummerSlam GIFs, teen Presidents, Hot Dog Water, viral night classes, Get a Grip Friend, Matt doesn't know Peanuts character names, working for HYDRA, parenting with comics, DELCOURT, synergy, plushies, and your glorious letters! Links: This Week’s Podcast Picks our newsletter is awesome and so are you the comiXologist > iTunes + RSS feed comiXology: Conversations > iTunes + RSS feed
A Roundtable Comic Book Club Podcast
Rank #1: Back Matter #19 — Batman v. Superman.
Back Matter is our show focused interviews, news and events in the comics industry, television and movies, or discussions of comics which open onto a broader conversation. Feel free to email us discussion ideas or any comments or questions you might have at email@example.com. On this episode of Back Matter our hosts discuss the 2016 film, Batman v. […]
Rank #2: Episode 155 — My Friend Dahmer.
This week on View from the Gutters our topic work is My Friend Dahmer, by Derf Backderf. Published in 2012, the book is Derf’s accounting of his experiences in junior high and high school as a friend of Jeffery Dahmer, the notorious serial murderer who was arrested in 1991, and later murdered in prison by another inmate. The […]
A weekly panel podcast featuring a rotating list of guests discussing a vast array of topics about comics, the comic book industry, making comic books better and more. Hosted by Mike Rapin.
Rank #1: Episode 223 | The Absorption Problem.
This episode was recorded on November 10th, 2019! Kait and Nick join Mike to talk about how they read comics. Mike ranks the latest X-Men #1s, and Nick’s world is ending with comicbookdb.com closing down. Timestamps: 00:00:00 – Start / Last Week in Comics00:24:10 – Comic Picks00:34:12 – How Do You Read Comics?01:13:13 – Wrap / Credits01:15:34 – Mike doesn’t believe in moon lasers What We Read / Comic Picks Chew vol. 1-12Joker: Killer Smile #1Space Riders Vol. 2: Galaxy Of BrutalityFriends with BoysMoonbound: Apollo 11 and the Dream of SpaceflightAbe Sapien: The Drowning and Other StoriesFallen Angels #1 Black Stars Above #1Hope Firefly: The Sting Fallen World TPB Links Mike – @mikerapinKait – @KaitLPhereNick – @dethstarplnz Music provided by Infinity Shred. Find them on Bandcamp. Producer: Mike RapinEditor: Mike Rapin Support us on Patreon: patreon.com/ircbpodcast Contact us! Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter: @ircbpodcastInstagram: @ircbpodcastDiscord: discordapp.com/invite/E8JUB9sReddit: ireadcomicbooks.reddit.comGoodreads: ircbpodcast.com/goodreads Spreaker | Player.fm | Pocket Casts | Overcast | RadioPublic | Castbox
Rank #2: Minisode 12 | The Vision.
This week’s episode was recorded sometime in the past…! Mike and Kate cry a lot this week talking about The Vision by Tom King and Gabriel Walta. This book is full of feelings and neither Mike nor Kate know how to deal with it. Relevant Links/Information Kate – @KateSkocelas Mike – @MikeRapin This week’s music was by Infinity Shred. This week’s…Continue readingMinisode 12 | The Vision
Hiya! ComiXology: Conversations is an interview-type show with comic book writers, artists, colorists, letterers, storytellers, reporters, journalists, and just about anyone making or reading amazing books. Hosted by Kara and Matt.
Rank #1: Jamie McKelvie and Kieron Gillen | The Wicked + The Divine.
In this episode Jamie and Kieron get meta and talk about the end of WicDiv but also other comics. Topics include being gods and maybe dying themselves, not sure what to do after WicDiv, trying to escape each other, not being able to sing, the bible ya know, not smoking for good reasons, not liking the monetization of diversity, being aware that art transforms people lives, daring their readers, re-doing the work itself, the final scene of the run, music video direction, potentially leaving to direct, Matt Wilson for President, and what they’re reading! Links: Books talked about on this show! the comiXologist > Subscribe on iTunes comiXology: Conversations > Subscribe on iTunes
Rank #2: Gene Yang | New Super-Man.
In this episode Gene Yang sat with us to talk about education and also comics. Topics include New Super-Man, using comics to help educate, teaching high school for 17 years, educational uses in comics, getting the Xeric grant, “turtles money,” maybe saying new to a brand new Super-Man comic book, Kenan as a bully, Superman maybe a bully too so, National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature, and he’s reading! Links: the comiXologist > Subscribe on iTunes comiXology: Conversations > Subscribe on iTunes
Each week I try to get my 69-year-old Father, who thinks comics are for dolts to understand why I love them and teach him comics. He is tempted with a treat to read an issue or arc and we discuss the comic and I try to defend or explain comics culture
Rank #1: EP 35 Green Arrow Year One.
Dad is on fire and out of control, Patrick tries to hang on, Dad thinks Green Arrow has magic powers of Dogmen? calls his wife for help. Green Arrow history cracks Dad up, especially Speedy on smack Free Comic Day for D
Rank #2: EP 248: Infinity Gauntlet.
Best show we ever did, hands down, just listen. Next Week: I Kill Giants
The Comic Vine staff discuss the latest comic book news and new releases in this weekly podcast.
Rank #1: Comic Vine Weekly Podcast 1-23-17.
Tony and Mat discuss the new Logan and Power Rangers trailers plus talk about Star Wars, Terminator, Riverdale, and the latest comics.
Rank #2: Comic Vine Weekly Podcast 2-13-17.
Tony and Mat discuss LEGO Batman Movie, grilled cheese burgers, X-Men and Marvel movies, plus the latest comics.
A podcast about the craft of comics -
Rank #1: #634 The End of “The Walking Dead”.
Last July, with issue 193, Robert Kirkman, Charlie Adlard and company abruptly ended The Walking Dead. In this episode, Emmet is joined by Bobsy (of the podcasts Shadow Trap and Diane, and an occasional guest on Silence) to examine the series and how it ended. What is the deeper meaning of the series, and was […]
Rank #2: #617 Swamp Thing meets the monsters.
After, well, a slight delay, Deconstructing Comics continues its look at Alan Moore’s 1980s run on Swamp Thing— a run in which the title character met werewolves and vampires (as Moore and co. found a new way to use these old tropes), as well as new character John Constantine. Moore was aided by artists Stephen […]
Each week this show takes an in depth look at a hero or villain from comic books or related media. Each episode typically includes a guest and dares to ask, "how much do you really know?"
Rank #1: Heroes and Villains 87: Guy Gardner with Sean Keenan.
Proud member of The Omega Nerds Network Check out Sean's podcast Hero Movie Podcast Follow the show on Twitter @hvpodcast Email the show email@example.com This week Sean joins me to discuss the "back up" Green Lantern, Guy Gardner. When Abin Sur crashed on Earth his power ring detected two people suitable to guard sector 2814. For arbitrary reasons it went to Hal Jordan, and left Guy to deal with the frustration of being "passed over". We discuss all the details of the evolution of Guy Gardner as a Green Lantern, to Warrior, and back again. Listen, learn, enjoy!
Rank #2: 112: Captain America with Dan Ritchie.
This week's episode is a birthday present to my guest Dan. His favorite character in all of comics is none other than America's favorite son, Cap. I'll tell you up front that this is a long one, but it is absolutely full of goodness. The episode contains much more than the basics everyone already knows about Cpt. Steve Rodgers from movies and television and really dives into the details that make Cap such a land mark guy in not only Marvel, but all of comics. So go ahead and listen, it's guaranteed to intrigue international listeners as well as folks here in the states. Get your official H&V shirt by clicking this link! Check out When Nerds Collide Follow H&V on Facebook and Twitter Thanks Kirby Krackle for the Music! Part of alienangel.net
War Rocket Ajax is the world’s most destructive comic book and pop-culture podcast, featuring interviews with comics professionals, reviews, rankings and more.
Rank #1: Every Story Ever Special: July 2018.
It's summertime and we're ranking stories for two full hours once again!
Rank #2: Every Story Ever Special: August 2018.
As the summer comes to an end, we're ranking some stories!
A fortnightly comics and pop culture podcast
Rank #1: Wait, What? Episode 223.
Today, Graeme McMillan and Jeff Lester are here to report from the front lines of Marvel and DC, as Marvel announces its Marvel Legacy program and publishes Secret Empire #0, DC announces Dark Metal and published Batman #20, the first part of The Button, a crossover event with The Flash. We discuss those books, Civil War II: The Oath, Batman #15-20, and much, much more in this two hour episode. Show notes are available at waitwhatpodcast.com, we welcome your comments and questions at WaitWhatPodcast@gmail.com, and we invite you to look out for us on Twitter, Tumblr, and Patreon!
Rank #2: Wait, What? Episode 229.
Today, Graeme McMillan and Jeff Lester return for the fifth podcast in five weeks to give you a pre-SDCC mix of meandering memory, agreeable disagreements, and punchy punch-drunkness. Sit back for the next two and a half hours as we discuss Dark Days: The Casting, the amazing City of the Damned storyline collected in the Judge Dredd the Complete Case Files Vol. 8,Rocket #3, the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe, the most reliable creators of Image as compiled by most unreliable us, and much, much more! Show notes are available at waitwhatpodcast.com, we welcome your comments and questions at WaitWhatPodcast@gmail.com, and we invite you to look out for us on Twitter, Tumblr, and Patreon!
A weekly comic book podcast by fans for fans. Reviews, discussions, news, contests and more.
Rank #1: Batwoman: Rebirth and Marvel May Solicits | Comic Book Podcast #274.
Happy After-Presidents-Day!!! The Talking Comics crew has gathered to talk all that's new and exciting in the world of comics. After starting with a digression into falling asleep at the movies and The Lego Batman, Mara, Bob, Steve, and Joey get into it with Batwoman: Rebirth, The Wild Storm, Super Sons, Ultimates2, Spell on Wheels, and the return of Sex Criminals (!!!)!!! Also, the gang talks about the surprises, shocks, and left-field stuff in Marvel's May solicits!!! Spoilers: Like, where the heck is PWAKAH!?!?!??!?!
Rank #2: Doomsday Clock, Secret Warriors, and On Beauty | Comic Book Podcast Issue #286.
Issue #286: Doomsday Clock, Secret Warriors, and On Beauty This week on the TALKING COMICS podcast, the boys take a deep dive into a wide variety of comics, including brand new series like BUG from the DC Young Animals imprint, Misfit City from BOOM! Studios, and Regression from Image Comics!!! Over in Marvel land, Steve discusses Secret Warriors #1 and tries to reconcile it with the Hickman/Caselli run from 2009, Bob jumps to Fantastic Four #54 (Vol. 3) for a bit of a Mother's Day #tbt, and Joey talks about Black Panther And The Crew and its recent cancellation. Also, the gang talks about the just-announced "DOOMSDAY CLOCK" mini-event that will finally bring the Watchmen into the DC Rebirth universe!!! Also also, Eisner-nominated webcomic On Beauty, as recommended by friend of the show, Professor Carolyn Cocca!!! #READCOMICS The Comic Book Podcast is brought to you by Talking Comics (www.talkingcomicbooks.com) The podcast is hosted by Steve Seigh (JoBlo.com editor), Bob Reyer, and Joey Braccino who weekly dissect everything comics-related, from breaking news to new releases. Our Twitter handle is @TalkingComics and you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Marvel rules! DC rules! Or maybe they don't, depending on the week! From the producers of The Geekbox comes The Comic Conspiracy, a weekly podcast about all things good (and bad) in the four-color world of comics, hosted by Ryan Higgins, Brock Sager, Toby Sidler, and Charlie West. New episode every Tuesday night!
Rank #1: The Comic Conspiracy: Episode 151.
Bit late this week, but plenty to talk about, including listener questions, Superior Spider-Man #30, the return of Peter Parker, more Forever Evil delays, DC Comics employee questionnaire, and Arrow episode 02x16 "Suicide Squad". Starring Ryan Higgins, Omar Brodrick, Bryce Larsen, Brock Sager, and Toby Sidler.
Rank #2: The Comic Conspiracy: Episode 137.
This week, we discuss Marvel and DC creative team changes and cancelations, November 2013 sales charts, comic malaise, and Arrow and Walking Dead mid-season finales. Starring Ryan Higgins, Brock Sager, and Toby Sidler.