Host Derek Coward talks a piece of email that made him laugh, why Erik Larsen is skipping San Diego, butchers an article on exclusive contracts, gives his opinion on someone else’s argument against reality, and talks briefly about the next year of Spider-Man stories.
Host Derek Coward talks about the end of an ongoing story, and wishes happy birthday to Jack Kirby.
Host Derek Coward drives to work and talks about certain holes in his collection that he wants to fill.
Host Derek Coward returns to talk about some of the stuff he finds interesting coming out of NYCC 2014, the awesomeness that is the current Archie Comic Company, and the type of information he feels is the bare minimum to listen to Comic Book Noise
Host Derek Coward returns to talk about the impending cancelation of the Fantastic Four comic book and how comic book goodness doesn’t always translate into other media.
Host Derek Coward returns with a look at the first volume of The Fantastic Four By Jonathan Hickman omnibus.
Host Derek Coward talks about the question “How different do you think the comic book industry would be if Jack Kirby’s best friend had been a lawyer?” and discusses the feedback he was given.
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 talks about Action Comics #0 and the superhero work of Grant Morrison.