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Comic Book Noise 444: Spider-Man In The Marvel Cinematic Universe

Host Derek Coward talks about The Flash TV show and the news that Spider-Man will be appearing in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Comic Book Noise 432: Regular Show and Fear Itself

Host Derek Coward briefly talks about The Regular Show Mordecai Collection, and the “Point” issues of Fear Itself.

Comic Book Noise 428: Is Marvel Pushing Away Older Readers?, Part One

Host Derek Coward talks about his morning and other subjects before running out of time while answering his own question “Is Marvel pushing away their older readers?”

Comic Book Noise 427: Axis

Host Derek Coward talks about the confusion that is Axis.

Comic Book Noise 425: A Wednesday Comics for Marvel

Host Derek Coward returns to talk about the characters he would like to see in Marvel’s version of Wednesday Comics, if Marvel ever did a version of Wednesday Comics.

Comic Book Noise 403: Arrow/Flash, Avengers Academy, X-23, and Wolverine

Host Derek Coward talks about the concluding night of the TV crossover of Arrow and The Flash, a few issues of Avengers Academy, makes a music recommendation, talks about X-23,Wolverine and his lack of origin story, before talking a bit about origin stories themselves.

Comic Book Noise 390: Fear Agent, The End League, Strange Girl, and Captain America

Host Derek Coward talks about Fear Agent, The End League, Strange Girl, and Captain America, as well as why he doesn’t go out of his way to help anyone anymore.

Comic Book Noise 383: Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase 3

Host Derek Coward returns with some meaningless conjecture and irresponsible speculation about the Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase Three.

Comic Book Noise 382: Catching up on my Recent Reads

Host Derek Coward talks about the latest additions and subtractions from his reading pile.

Comic Book Noise 362: Dog Days of Podcasting: Comic Book Universe Creation Mistake Avoidance

Host Derek Coward returns to answer the seemingly simple question “Lets say that you were to create your own comics universe; what mistakes would you be sure to avoid?” but as we know nothing is ever that simple.