Category Archives: Comic Book Noise Presents

Family related shows that aren’t any of the existing shows. These are also tryout shows.

Comic Book Noise Presents: Convergence Week 1

Host Derek Coward talks about the books he read from the first week of DC’s Convergence event: Convergence 0, Convergence 1, Convergence: The Question, Convergence: Speed Force 1, Convergence: Superman 1, Convergence: Justice League 1, Convergence: Batgirl 1, Convergence: Harley Quinn 1, Convergence: The Titans 1, Convergence: Nightwing-Oracle 1, Convergence: The Atom 1, and Convergence: Batman and Robin 1

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Comic Book Noise Presents… Driving With The Prices 3

Renee flirts with Vince while we talk about Batman (there’s a shock): Heart of Hush, Archie, Renee’s history with comic books, Batman: Heart of Hush (some more and again), and Gotham City Sirens.

Featuring Anything Goes and Soul On Fire – funk version tk1 by Art Linton (http://www.myspace.com/artlinton)

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Comic Book Noise Presents A Family Friend: Around Comics 135: The Nicola Scott Interview

From September 20, 2007:

“Around Comics welcomes Australian artist Nicola Scott. Listen in to hear how Nicola got her start in comics and how she manages her collaborations from the other side of the globe. Nicola is staying on art duties for Birds of Prey for now, and she discusses the beginning of Sean McKeever’s run as writer on the series. Find out how Nicola almost became a real life Wonder Woman and why Gail Simone fears for the life of My Little Pony. If you’re a DC fan and enjoy Nicola’s work, she has some great news for you as well.”

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Comic Book Noise Presents… Driving With The Prices Episode 2

David and Renee are back (finally) with some of the same ol’ talk (still).  You get it all: Gotham City Sirens, Batman, House of M, and Spider-Man are talked about while rain falls and stunned expressions can’t be seen.  Because it’s a podcast.

Come Clean by Chris Kirby (http://www.chriskirbyonline.com/)

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Comic Book Noise Presents A Family Friend: Teenage Wasteland 24

No Comic Book Noise this week. One of the worst kept secrets in comic book podcasting is Teenage Wasteland by Alec Berry is distributed by the Comic Book Noise Family. However, the show has never been featured in the Comic Book Noise Family Feed. Until now.

Here is the latest episode. We hope you enjoy it and check out his site, his show forum or just go ahead and subscribe through iTunes.

Here are the original shownotes:
I go over a listener e-mail this week along with a few announcements, and I express my thoughts on the new adaption of Star Trek from the mind of J.J. Abrams. Beam me up, Scottie!

Music featured by Flogging Molly

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Comic Book Noise Presents A Family Friend: Feedback: A Hero’s Calling

No Comic Book Noise this week, but since I talked about his show on the last Comic Book Podcast Show, I am proud to present a podcast by Comic Book Family Friend Alan White. This is from the second season of Feedback: A Hero’s Calling. If you like what you hear, stop by brokensea.com for more.

The original show notes can be found here.

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Comic Book Noise Presents… Driving With The Prices 1

Intro episode already in progress.

City of Crime is the book we’re referencing.
Touch on Batman: Gotham Knight.
List of Killing Joke recolored sites:
http://www.popcultureshock.com/killing-joke-remastered-13/43466/
http://jimsmash.blogspot.com/2008/03/batman-killing-joke-re-colored.html
Bolland hasn’t drawn a sequential story WRITTEN by anyone else since this.

Spider-Man segment is a little more animated.  I suppose the heat was getting to us.
Talked about Gwen, how corny and weak Spider-Man is (in his pajamas), how much cooler Batman is, and Renee’s dislike of One More Day.
Other topics touched on are my perception of myself and how others see me and the type of guy Renee is attracted to.

This was recorded while driving north on Route 9 and 9D through Putnam County and into Dutchess County.  The Spider-Man segment was recorded driving south on Route 9, east on 301, south on Dennytown Road, and in our driveway.  Naturally, attention was directed toward the road, so pauses or errant thoughts are due to my driving.  All on Friday, July 4th, 2008.

Music by Darrius Willrich (The Waiting Is Over), Andreas Weise (Now She’s Gone), and Yamasaki (A New Day)

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