Host Derek Coward talks about some recent feedback and makes a resolution regarding the Deliberate Noise Network.
This episode is all about heroes finally after recent forays into westerns and romance. Just in time too because next episode is our first….sorry gotta listen to find out.
00:00:00 Intro Music
00:04:46 For the Good of the Show
00:21:20 Sub-Mariner 21 ( – + )
00:52:12 Thor 172 ( + + )
01:14:50 Word of the Show
01:16:00 Coming Attractions
Tower of Shadows 01
Where Monsters Dwell 03
01:18:48 Quote Challenge
01:20:08 Contact Us
01:22:14 Thank Yous
More firsts for our tenth episode. A shout out and the first quasi contest is announced. Plus: ALL THE BRONZE AGE CHATTER YOU CAN HANDLE!!!
Time Stamp hh:mm:ss
00:00:00 Intro Music
00:02:00 For the Good of the Show
00:12:40 Shout Out
00:15:43 Millie the Model 178 ( – – )
00:39:45 My Love 03 ( – – )
01:21:48 Coming Attractions
Peter the Little Pest v2 02
Ringo Kid 01
Sgt Fury and his Howling Commandos 74
01:24:03 Super Hero Squad
01:31:29 Contact Us
01:32:05 Thank Yous
01:34:07 Quote Challenge
01:35:45 Outro Muisc
Host Derek Coward hasn’t seen the Watchmen movie yet, but that doesn’t stop him from talking about it. Luckily Alec makes some noise by calling into the audio comment line with a review. There’s also a bit of news at the end of the episode that will affect the entire Deliberate Noise Network.
Debbie Schlussel’s Watchmen review (The Watchmen Lie: Hollywood Sends More Depravity Your Kids’ Way Costumed As “Superhero” Flick)
Indie Comic Book Noise
Deliberate Noise Network Audio Comment Line – Michigan [734-274-5919]
Deliberate Noise Network Audio Comment Line – California [661-878-9447]
It’s a Geek Brunch first for episode 53. We’re joined by not one guest, not two guests, but four guests, making it a six person round table. Alan (Newmutant), Ryan (hulksmash), Eric (the question), and James (Anubis) sit in with us for our recap of just what exactly went down in Charlotte, NC at Heroes Con. Riding our giddy skype high, we prank call Keith Cunningham at work and try to get Dave Dwonch on the phone. This is not one to be missed.
Featuring a cover of the song “American Girl” by Joe Colledge, as found on the Podsafe Music Network.