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Welcome to Danger Room: The X-men Comics Commentary Podcast! Each week Adam and Jeremy, both X-Men and comic book fans alike, provide a running commentary of an issue of the X-Men comic book. Starting with the legendary September 1963 X-Men #1, every issuesode is chock full of humor, nit-picky goodness, and nerdy love and adoration for the long-running comic book series. Everyone is welcome to listen and comment! Listeners do not need a copy of the issue, or even a passing knowledge of the X-Men to enjoy, as the Danger Room duo tell each story so that anyone can follow along! It's like those record storybooks from your youth without the beep!
Rank #1: Danger Room #224: Crossroads.
The Uncanny X-Men #203 from March 1986 titled “Crossroads”. Featured are Wolverine, Storm, Rogue, Colossus, Kitty Pryde, Rachel Summers, Magneto, Professor X, Corsair, Lilandra, Ch’od, Raza, Hepzibah, Jessica Drew, Jahf, the Beyonder, and the Watcher. Also included in this episode … Continue reading →
Rank #2: Danger Room #213: To The Ends of the Earth.
Longshot #4-6, New Mutants #32, Amazing Spider-Man #266, Alpha Flight #27, Captain Britain #10, Defenders #148, and Secret Wars II #4 from September 1985 to November 1985. Titles include “Can’t Give it All Away!”, “Deadly Lies”, “A Snake Coils…”, “To … Continue reading →
Join hosts Trev & Joe as they discuss all things X-Men: the comics, the movies, the cartoons, and everything in-between. Mutant Rights Forever! (Contact us: facebook.com/daysoffuturepodcast, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Twitter: @dofpodcast)
Rank #1: 115 - HoX PoX Review.
HoX PoX is complete! Jonathan Hickman's epic, and much-publicized 12-issue relaunch of the X-Men universe wrapped up last week, so now - on the eve of the "Dawn of X" series of new monthly X-titles - it's time for us to look back at the complete HoX PoX saga. What did we think of "House of X" and "Powers of X" overall? Who were our favorite characters, and what were the most exciting moments? Do we have any theories or predictions? And how x-cited are we for what is to come next? All of these questions and more are answered, as we get into an in-depth discussion of what truly was one of the biggest and most revolutionary events in X-Men history. facebook.com/daysoffuturepodcast Twitter & Instagram: @dofpodcast
Rank #2: 50 - When X-Men Went Weird: The NEW X-MEN Review.
This week, we take an in-depth look at Grant Morrison's classic (and divisive) "NEW X-MEN" run. From 2001 to 2004, the Scottish writer completely upturned the idea of what an X-Men comic could be, in the most shocking reinvention of the franchise fans had ever seen yet. Less a traditional superhero story and more a warped, dark sci-fi epic, Morrison's time on "NEW X-MEN" continues to be one of the most discussed and analyzed periods in X-Men history...so now it's our turn to take a stab. The dissolution of Scott and Jean's relationship, the emergence of Emma Frost as a central X-Men character, the confusing tale of Xorn, and the introductions of Cassandra Nova, John Sublime, Quentin Quire, Fantomex and more - it' all here, as we take a look at the entire run, summarizing each story arc, and sharing some of our favorite characters, ideas and revelations. And don't worry...we promise this episode is a lot easier to follow and understand than a typical Grant Morrison story. Contact Days of Future Podcast at: facebook.com/daysoffuturepodcast email@example.com Twitter: @dofpodcast Read more at http://daysoffuturepodcast.libsyn.com/#3QYCxFvporVrJju3.99
Jonathan is the author of Welcome to the D-List and co-host of the Mutant Musings podcast right here at Geekade. His geek-tastic girlfriend, Patti, is the other co-host of the Mutant Musings podcast. While they both have mild-mannered day-jobs, they exist solely to share their geek-ery with you, their fellow geeks.
Rank #1: Mutant Musings Episode 41: Big Monster Energy .
Episode Notes Jonathan and Patti discuss brands of bottled water, Arbor Day, and Age of X-Man. Patti talks about how much she hates Cyclops as Jonathan talks about how much he loves Cyclops. Does anyone really want Major X to X-ist? Are Nate Grey’s feet on drugs? Find out on this episode of Mutant Musings! Show Notes Return of Wolverine #4 X-Force #2 Uncanny X-Men #10 Uncanny X-Men Annual #1 Age of X-Man Alpha #1 Major X Fox films may be cancelled The Gifted discussion Wolverine: The Long Night discussion
Rank #2: Mutant Musings Episode 17: Jean Grey is Jean Bae.
Episode Notes This month, Jonathan and Patti discuss the finale of Mojo Worldwide, the finale of the Dark Phoenix Saga, and check out the first and final time that they will ever sing commercials for you. Jonathan professes his love for Emma Frost as Patti tries to reassure everyone that there's been no collusion between Jean and the Phoenix Force. What do you think of a new New Mutants miniseries? What do hamsters and opossums have to do with mutants? Find out on this month's episode of Mutant Musings! Show Notes X-Men: Gold #15 X-Men: Blue #15 All-New Wolverine #27 Cable #151 Jean Grey #9 Mutant Memories: Dark Phoenix Saga (second half) X-Men: Red New New Mutants The Gifted discussion James Franco the Multiple Man
In which our intrepid heroes (Hub and Cory) endeavor to read and discuss the entire New Teen Titans series AND the entire Defenders series. Using only their wits, Hub's comic book collection, and a not insignificant amount of alcohol, these brave men attempt the Sisyphean task of wringing coherence from the four color world of 70's/80's comics. Which is to say that my brother Cory and I get our swerve on and read some comics. Join us, won't you?
Rank #1: Titan Up the Defense 85- Defenders #32.
Dive into the deep end of the Bronze Age comic book nonsense pool with us as we take a look at Defenders #32. Our heroes continue their epic struggle against those nightmarishly noggined ne'er-do-wells the Headmen, and our hosts continue their epic struggle to figure out what the heck is going on! Surrealism and strange super villains abound! What role will Cam'ron's 'Hey Ma' play in saving the future of our planet? Tune in to find out!
Rank #2: Titan Up the Defense 101- Tales of the Teen Titans #42.
It's finally here! Our hosts start their coverage of the Judas Contract as they read Tales of the Teen Titans #42! Topics include: Gar is the worst, Häagen-Dazs ads of the 80's, the English Beat, and Hub's idea for a new horror anthology series. Enjoy! Enjoy!
A podcast love-letter to Walter Simonson's The Mighty Thor
Rank #1: Episode 2: The Last Viking.
BEHOLD: Thor #341-344! The vengeance of Fafnir the Dragon! The tragedy and triumph of Eilif the Lost! Balder the Brave’s worst day ever! And far beyond the fields we know, the sword… is forged!... For more information on this and other episodes, check out thelightningandthestorm.com!
Rank #2: Episode 3: The Casket of Ancient Winters.
BEHOLD: Thor #345-348! The tragic duty of Eric and Roger Willis! The wickedness of Malekith the Accursed and his Dark Elves! And – Midgard’s unexpected winter is but a precursor to its fiery doom! For more information on this and other episodes, check out thelightningandthestorm.com!
Stephen Lacey and Andrew Leyland are your guide to Marvel's First Family, The Fantastic Four. Starting at the very beginning of the Marvel Age of Comics, they cover every issue of The Fantastic Four, every spinoff title (Strange Tales, Marvel Two-In-One, FF, and more), every guest appearance and every cameo, all in order of publication.
Rank #1: Episode 320: Marvel Two-in-One #57 - When Walks Wundarr.
Shout! Shout! Let It All Out! Hello, and welcome to episode 320 of The Fantasticast. Each week, Steve Lacey and Andy Leyland guide you through every issue, guest-appearance and cameo of The Fantastic Four. We're returning to the depths of the original Project Pegasus, as the Project Pegasus Saga moves towards its climax! Solarr and Klaw run rampant through the tunnels of Project Pegasus, while Thundra mopes in a cell, and Wundarr goes for a wanderr. Mark Gruenwald, Ralph Macchio, George Perez, Gene Day, Bob Sharen, John Costanza, Roger Stern, Al Milgrom, and Jim Shooter present Marvel Two-in-One #57. Join us, as we enjoy a conference in a bubble, a valiant attempt to make everything make sense, and a perfectly reasonable way to derail a train. Send in your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org, leave your comments at the libsyn site, or at www.TheFantasticast.com. Follow us on twitter, where we are @fantasticast The Fantasticast is Patreon supported. Visit www.patreon.com/fantasticast to donate and support us. The Fantasticast is part of the Flickering Myth Podcast network. Original artwork by Michael Georgiou. Check out his work at mikedraws.co.uk Episode cover design by Samuel Savage.
Rank #2: Episode 92: Fantastic Four - Rise Of The Silver Surfer.
Doug Jones Good, Julian McMahon Bad Don't worry, there's more to our review than just that... Steve's away on holiday, and needs a quick-edit to keep the show on track, so he and Andy sit down to watch Fantastic Four: Rise Of The Silver Surfer and provide a commentary to the film. We celebrate the film's high points, and we spend the other 91 minutes examining plot holes, poor dialogue, unsuitable effects, and the complete ineptitude of Julian McMahon's performance as Doctor Doom. We wonder why Andre Braugher chose this film over appearing on ER, and just who thought the wig for Jessica Alba was a good idea. Send in your feedback to email@example.com, leave your comments at the libsyn site, or at fantasticflameon.wordpress.com. Follow us on twitter, where we are @fantasticast
Luke, Devin and Friends present Your Guide to the Comic Book Multiverse - Now in podcast form!
Rank #1: Secret Wars Secret Special! What's Happening? Are Things Happening In Secret Wars?.
Between Luke and Devin, they've read all of the current Secret Wars comics before Secret Wars #6 came out so now you can know what to read, what to skip and what is best in life!
Rank #2: Episode 46: Fury and Dum-Dum In Mouse Land.
In which Luke and Devin rejoin the Exiles as they are joined by Namora who ripped apart a shark as a kid, Johnny Storm worries about his sexuality, Mimic actually has good ideas and Impossible Man has a little something special for people with the inanimate object fetish - and nightmares for everyone else. Our theme music is by Vibe Leviathan and our podcast is by Kyle Latino!
"After having achieved their mission by reviewing every episode of the 90s X-Men animated series, hosts Willie Simpson and Sonia Rapaport turn their attention from Westchester to Queens by tackling the amazing Spider-Man animated series from the same era! While catching up on your favorite X-Men episodes, make sure to stay tuned and join the new and lively discussion of everyone's favorite wall-crawler, Spider-Man!"
Rank #1: The X-Men TAS Podcast: The Spider- Man Years - The Black Cat + Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker (SPOILERS).
Spider-Man finds a new super-powered love interest and the Skywalker saga comes to a close! So much to talk about this week, including...Super Soldier Serum, nothing beats the original!The Black Cat, a consensual demasker, a non-consensual kisser!The endless, exhausting online Star Wars debate!Why the OT reigns supreme, at least for our generation!Star Wars is for everybody, and it's pissing everyone off!We hope you enjoy this week's SPOILERY discussion and have a happy holiday season! Make sure to subscribe to our podcast via Buzzsprout, iTunes or Stitcher and tell all your friends about it! Last but not least, follow Willie Simpson on Twitter and please join our Facebook Group!
Rank #2: The X-Men TAS Podcast: BONUS - The Amazing Spider-Man (2012).
We're mixing it up ladies and gentleman! Our first official foray into the Spider-Man cinematic universe begins in 2012 with the oft-maligned "Amazing Spider-Man!" Is it good, is it bad, well...join us as we discuss...Spider-Man 4...and 5...and 6...the Sam Raimi movies that never were!Peter Parker, aka Poochie, the rapping dog!Why you should never let 30-year-olds play high schoolers!The underrated Spider-Man action???!Lizard-Shmizard!We had a lot of fun revisiting this movie after having barely seen it much it and we hope you will enjoy our conversation and more like it to come in the future! Make sure to subscribe to our podcast via Buzzsprout, iTunes or Stitcher and tell all your friends about it! Last but not least, follow Willie Simpson on Twitter and please join our Facebook Group!
The Young Ones is a podcast about teen superhero teams and why we love them. Join Charlie, Mikey, and Reed as we go through the publication histories of some of our favorite teams, while providing witty commentary and intriguing background info. Find us @youngonescast on Twitter.
Rank #1: X-tream X-Mas Spectacular.
Join us this week as we discuss some of our favorite things just in time for the holidays.
Rank #2: Skateboards, Swords, and American Dollars.
On today's episode: Mikey doesn't know the rules of Iron Chef, Charlie forgets that the main characters on the Dukes of Hazzard were all related, and we both take a walk down the Wildways. Topics Discussed: The Rad Cosplay That Started It All, The New Mutants of Hazzard, Magical Girl Monster of the Week, Mikey Can't Pronounce Giles, A Case for a Good Daken, Teenage Gambit: Maybe Worse Than Regular Gambit, Rachel Summers Is the Sarah Connors of the Marvel Universe, In the Mojoverse You Take the Good and the Bad, Mortally Bankrupt: Eldritch Horror of Reality TV the RPG, That One Episode of Supernatural, Who Gets the Rose & Who Gets Their Heart Shatterstar'd, A Spider-Person Who Won't Take Dr. Strange's Crap, Sometimes You Don't Need Super-Soldier Serum, Surprise Batman Beyond, A Compelling Pitch for Cosmic X-Men, Adam X is the Best, Iron Chef X-traordinare, Sushi Spiral, Equal Opportunity Smooches, Robotic Eyeballs: Just as Good as Normal Eyeballs
A weekly comics interview show hosted by David Harper of SKTCHD.com that gets the story behind the stories and creators we love, as well as the broader comic book industry.Patreon: Patreon.com/OffPanelTwitter: @slicedfriedgoldEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rank #1: Off Panel #44: Maximum Hickman with Jonathan Hickman.
Jonathan Hickman guests on Off Panel this week to talk about his current and upcoming Image books - East of West and The Black Monday Murders. The conversation starts with a discussion about East of West, his comic with artist Nick Dragotta, looking at how that book developed, how the two of them work together, how far out Hickman plans, how his background in other fields impacts his writing, world-building, their recent silent issue, who his favorite character is, and what's next for the book. Hickman also discusses his recently announced title with Tomm Coker, The Black Monday Murders, why it's such an exciting project for him, how he's taking bonus content in the book to another level, how people response to the design elements in his books, and then the discussion shifts to talk about comic book economics, collection sales, what today's industry is like, how Image fits in, launching new titles at different points in your career, and much more. It's a sprawling discussion with one of the industry's best creators.
Rank #2: Off Panel #32: Happy Accidents with Michael Lark.
Lazarus artist Michael Lark guests on this week's episode of Off Panel, as we talk about his Image Comics title with writer Greg Rucka. Lark discusses how the book's going, how he's handling the schedule, the depth the team goes to in the book, creator-owned comics, his process, the marriage of traditional and digital art, how his art is a happy accident, the fun of drawing comics, what appeals to him about Rucka's writing, and a whole lot more. It's a great conversation with one of the best in the business, with a ton of insight into how he works.
The Uncanny X-Cast is the net's best podcast featuring reviews and analysis of Marvel's Mighty Mutants. Focusing almost exclusively on the comics, It's hosted by two long-time friends and X-fans, one of whom has been reading consistently for 20+ years and one of whom has just returned to the X-books after a decade long hiatus. Consequently, the 'cast is accessible to both long time and new readers. Ongoing segments include comic reviews, character bios, Top 5 lists and an ambitious "retro review" segment where the hosts take on the monumental task of re-reading and discussing the entire run of Uncanny X-Men, starting with #1. Email us at email@example.com with comments or suggestions or visit us at http://uncannyxcast.blogspot.com/
Rank #1: The Uncanny X-Cast: Episode 100.
The Rise and Fall of the Uncanny X-Cast. Stan Lee narrates this compelling documentary that takes us behind the curtain of the Uncanny X-Cast.
Rank #2: Uncanny X-Cast: Episode 97.
In this episode, we review New Mutants 18, X-23 2, X-Factor 210, Legacy 241, and Uncanny 529.We then get on the X-Phone to talk to Kelly Carlton: The Hooters Halloween Costume winner, dressed as the X-Men's own Kitty Pryde!Then in Retro Reviews, we look at Uncanny X-Men Annual 12, Excalibur 1, and New Mutants 67.
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: November 2019.
It's time to give thanks, shop and rank some comic books!
Rank #2: Episode 349 - Surprise Nick f/ Adam P. Knave and Nick Brokenshire.
This week, we're happy to welcome back Adam P. Knave, co-writer of Dark Horse Comics' The Once and Future Queen, and then, look out! Series artist Nick Brokenshire drops in, too. We talk about how Portland is like Scotland but not like Cornwall at all, structuring comic series into mini-series, stepping up art styles, writing collaboratively, other comics with Aurthurian stories, whether there will be another Star War, and much more! Plus, we add some characters to the Panel President list!
An all-ages comics podcast by husband and wife duo, Chris and Christina Eddleman, that delves into the biggest comic book crossover events that you need to know.
Rank #1: Count Chocula Extended Universe (Battle of the Atom Pt. 3).
Guests Adam Reck Bish & Jubez | Co-host of Battle of the Atom! Support at https://t.co/mi9Lins6mb | https://t.co/ixYOccU46q | https://t.co/9GlLnj4kDC Commissions by request! adam reck Adam Reck (@arthurstacy) | Twitter Zack Jenkins The Official Twitter of the Xavier Files media empire | 1/2 of #BattleOfTheAtom podcast | I have a real name and it’s Zack Xavier Files (@XavierFiles) | Twitter Xavier Files Christi and Chris are joined by podcasting duo Zack Jenkins and Adam Reck from Battle of the Atom - how appropriate for our final Battle of the Atom Crossover episode! We discuss why Marvel time will never make sense, the fact that Soul Swords are confusing, all-important cereal choices, and our need for behind the scenes documentaries justifying all of Marvel’s editorial choices. Patreon Kofii Twitter: @ChrisesPod Facebook: @ChrisesPod firstname.lastname@example.org Album Art by Kate Foray Music Credits: > “Happy Alley” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ > “Evening Melodrama” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ > Get Away by Scott Holmes is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial License.
Rank #2: Doin' It Time Style (Zero Hour Part 1).
Guest Everett Christensen Black small business owner, writer. X-Men is Bisexual Culture. He/His. Everett Christensen (@Zhurenaissance) | Twitter The Young Ones Christi and Chris are joined by our early-to-mid-nineties comic expert, Everett Christensen, to tackle Zero Hour. We talk cotton candy comics, how to wow the class with comics puns during roll call, and robot sidekicks made of skin! Everett Christensen: @Zhurenaissance Patreon Kofii Twitter: @ChrisesPod Facebook: @ChrisesPod email@example.com Album Art by Kate Foray Music Credits: > “Happy Alley” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ > “Evening Melodrama” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ > Get Away by Scott Holmes is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial License.
We're five gay guys reading the newest X-Men series for filth and serving dish on a variety of other comic topics. Hope you survive the experience!Available on iTunes, Spotify, and Soundcloud.Keep track of us:https://twitter.com/HomoSuperiorX
Rank #1: X-tra Issue - Avengers Infinity War (2018 Film) [SPOILERS].
The boys talk about the biggest crossover in film history Avengers: Infinity War (2018 Film). We are shocked by how much we love a Marvel Villain. We fight about the trolley problem again and we talk about THAT ending.
Rank #2: X-tra Issue - Black Panther (2018 Film, Feat Aaron Polkey).
The boys (with special guest Aaron Polkey!) talk about the new Black Panther film (2018). They talk about theatre seat etiquette, the politics of a secret African nation, and Aaron makes sure they don't get too far into some white nonsense.
Because It's About Time Someone Did
Rank #1: 241 – Conducive to Moral Subversion.
In which Quicksilver wants you to know that he’s not cool; X-Factor gets a new government liaison; a danger room on a jet is a terrible idea; this team is bad at feelings; Forge is a pretty okay... For more information on this and other episodes, check out xplainthexmen.com!
Rank #2: 137 – Kicky Kinko Killers (feat. Sarah Kuhn).
In which author Sarah Kuhn joins us to talk about Asian-American and Asian-British representation in superhero comics; Psylocke is the literal embodiment of British imperialism; Jubilee speaks for us... For more information on this and other episodes, check out xplainthexmen.com!