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Comic Book Noise Episode 1 – Gotham Central No. 3

From October 9, 2005:

Welcome to Comic Book Noise No. 1. The show features an explanation for the name change, a Creator Profile on Stan Lee, a Random Comic Review on Gotham Central No. 3, and details for the October contest.

Here is Stan Lee’s Wikipedia entry, click here, which was one of the sources for the Creator Profile.

Here is a link to Gotham Central No. 3 at Mile High Comics:
Gotham Central 3
click here for details

Here’s a link for the next Random Comic Review:
Quantum Leap No 13
Click here for details

Sorry about how my voice sounded at points. Almost as soon as I started the show, my asthma started to flare up. If you listen very closely, you can actually hear me wheezing. Next time, I’ll use my inhaler before I start.

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Comic Book Noise No. 2 is now online

Welcome to Comic Book Noise No. 2 featuring news about Neil Gaiman’s new comic book project, the new Spider-Man crossover event, a new Alan Moore trade paperback and a short Creator Profile on colorist-writer Tom McCraw. Here is the direct download link:
Download Link

Article on Neil Gaiman’s Eternals project
Story about Spider-Man: The Other (including the covers)
The story about DC Universe: The Stories of Alan Moore
Cover of DC Universe The Stories of Alan Moore
Legion Online.net’s bio of LSH creators including Tom McCraw
List of Squiddy Award Winners

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Comic Book Noise No. 1 is now online

Welcome to Comic Book Noise No. 1. The show features an explanation for the name change, a Creator Profile on Stan Lee, a Random Comic Review on Gotham Central No. 3, and details for the October contest. Here is the direct download link: Download Link

Here is Stan Lee’s Wikipedia entry, click here, which was one of the sources for the Creator Profile.

Here is a link to Gotham Central No. 3 at Mile High Comics:
Gotham Central 3
click here for details

Here’s a link for the next Random Comic Review:
Quantum Leap No 13
Click here for details

Sorry about how my voice sounded at points. Almost as soon as I started the show, my asthma started to flare up. If you listen very closely, you can actually hear me wheezing. Next time, I’ll use my inhaler before I start. Continue reading Comic Book Noise No. 1 is now online

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