Host Derek Coward returns to talk about the upcoming slate of new movies in the DC Cinematic Universe.
Host Derek Coward talks about The New 52: Future’s End FCBD Special Edition 00.
Host Derek Coward returns with meaningless conjecture and irresponsible speculation about a possible Green Lantern TV show, possible new characters on Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD, and a Marvel Unlimited Network. NONE of these things are going to happen as far as he knows.
At WonderCon this past weekend did Jim Lee really say there are a lot of DC characters he hasn’t really gotten a chance to draw yet, including Wonder Woman? Host Derek Coward certainly hopes so because he recorded 33 minutes of Comic Book Noise talking about the subject and a bunch of other stuff.
Host Derek Coward picks up where he left off last episode by talking about the different Marvel universes, DC’s The New 52, Deadman, and Green Lantern.
Host Derek Coward talks about Terry Moore’s Echo.
I have a database for my comic books called Comic Collector. One of my favorite features is called Statistics.
As of 10/5/2010, here is a list of the ten comic book characters who show up the most in my collection.
1. Batman (Bruce Wayne)
2. Superman (Kal-El/Clark Kent)
3. Flash (Wally West)
4. Martian Manhunter (J’onn J’onzz)
5. Wonder Woman (Diana Prince)
6. Spider-Man (Peter Parker)
7. Green Lantern (Hal Jordan)
8. Wolverine (Logan/James Howlett)
9. Black Canary (Dinah Lance)
10. Robin (Tim Drake)
And for those of you who might be interested in knowing, Captain America (Steve Rogers) came in a close #11. So there, I didn’t always hate him as much as I do now.
Host Derek Coward responds to feedback about recent episodes and talks about Hank Pym’s mental decay vs Tony Stark’s alcoholism, comic book B listers, why certain characters aren’t talked about on Comic Book Noise and why podcast listeners should leave feedback.
This week on Teenage Wasteland…
I deliver two announcements (the show is a changin’ in a teeny, tiny aspect). Also, a nice talk and review of two DC Animated features, and a wrap up on Ed Brubaker, Sean Phillips and Val Staples’ Criminal: The Sinners.
Green Lantern: First Flight
Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths
Criminal: The Sinners #5