Host Derek Coward talks about his favorite Justice League, Avengers, Legion of Super-Heroes, Teen Titans, the Defenders, Fantastic Four, and Justice Society stories.
Host Derek Coward returns to talk about the latest issue of Justice League United.
Host Derek Coward talks about the current DC Universe and what it means to him. Note: Remember this show is not for the easily offended.
Host Derek Coward returns to answer the seemingly simple question “What is your favorite comic book title?”, but nothing is ever that simple.
Host Derek Coward returns to answer the question “If you could bring back any cancelled title, what would it be and what creative team would you want on it?”
Host Derek Coward talks about some books he would love to see from comic book companies.
Host Derek Coward recorded a podcast where half of it was lost due to a power outage. It was recreated as best as it could have been instead of just trashed. If you skip this one, don’t worry about hurting any feelings. If you don’t, that’s cool also. There’s a lot of figuring out what is missing in comic books, why comic books are better than any other media, Batman not being cool anymore, Clark Kent, Superman, Peter Parker, Spider-man, Wonder Woman, Keith Giffen, The Legion of Super-Heroes, and possibly a mention of professional burger flippers.
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 starts talking about the Aquaman/Justice League crossover ‘Throne Of Atlantis’ and ends up talking a lot about company crossovers. There is also an update about the Marvel AR app and its functionality.
Host Derek Coward talks about his purchases from the third week of DC Comics’ The New 52 including Captain Atom, DC Universe Presents, Legion Of Super-Heroes, Red Hood and The Outlaws, and Wonder Woman.