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Comic Book Noise 631: Gumbo

Host Derek Coward talks about a lot of subjects, including The Flash, Wolverine, X-Terminators, Fallen Angels, Blackhawks, Man Of War, Liberty Legion, Legion Lost, Frank Miller, and Mademoiselle Marie. I think. It got all mixed up like gumbo.

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Comic Book Noise 359: Dog Days of Podcasting: Favorite Comic Book Character

Host Derek Coward returns to answer the seemingly simple question “What is your favorite comic book character?”, but nothing is ever that simple.

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Comic Book Noise 261: Batman

Host Derek Coward puts the recent Batman #1 in context with the rest of his personal history with the character.

Comic Book Noise 261: Batman

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Comic Book Noise 253: Daredevil 1, Flashpoint Legion of Doom 2 and Supergod 5

Host Derek Coward talks about Daredevil 1, Flashpoint: Legion of Doom, Supergod 5, unnecessary ultraviolence and hypersexuality in comic books.

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Teenage Wasteland Episode 53 – Top 10 Comic Book Stories

This week I call for a little help. Friend and co-host Joe Aulisio stops by the “studio” and converses with me about our Top 10 favorite comic book stories. Our personal picks make the cutting room floor, and a l0t of diversity finds its way into our chat. Listen in and see if you agree with what we highlight.
Music Featured is by Faith No More

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Comic Book Noise 179: Daredevil 500 and Fallen Justice

Host Derek Coward talks about Daredevil 500, his history with the character, enthusiasm for the future of the title despite those saying nay and finishes the show by talking about a pretty cool digital comic book available on iTunes and offers some reading recommendations.

Related Links:
Fallen Justice #1 (always free on iTunes)
Fallen Justice #2 ($0.99 on iTunes)

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Comic Book Noise 167: The Teen Titans

Host Derek Coward talks about his remembrances of The Teen Titans. Since this is coming off the top of his head, he struggles to remember all of the black DC superheroes from the early 80s, casts aspersions on the appearance of Chief O’Hara and finally runs out of words at the end. Hopefully you find it a lot more entertaining than it sounds.

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