Host Derek Coward returns to talk about the characters he would like to see in Marvel’s version of Wednesday Comics, if Marvel ever did a version of Wednesday Comics.
Host Derek Coward talks about team up books while he gets some coffee.
Host Derek Coward talks about people from outside of the comic book industry who create comic books.
Host Derek Coward talks about the X-Men and their lack of a need of an origin story on TV and movies.
Host Derek Coward returns with a look at Aquaman Annual 1, The Fox 1, Bionic Man 25, and Battle of the Atom 2.
Host Derek Coward talks about the Detroit Fanfare, the “disintegration” of the comic book podcast community, and the possible return of the Comic Book Podcast Show.
Host Derek Coward returns with two special guests. Bruce Rosenberger from the Komicskast podcast and David A Price from the Marvel Noise and 11 o’Clock Comics podcasts, in separate segments help take a look at Amazing Fantasy 15 and Superior Spider-Man #1. Derek also continues his look at the first storyline from 1990’s Spider-Man series written and drawn by Todd McFarlane.
Host Derek Coward appropriates the podcast and spends his first episode letting new listeners know a little about him and his history with Spider-Man.
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.
Host Derek Coward takes a look at A+X 3 and 4, name checks Collected Comics Library, tells what book he wishes Marvel would print, and explains (again) why he dislikes the comic book version of Captain America.