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Comic Book Noise 425: A Wednesday Comics for Marvel

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.

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Comic Book Noise 418: No Agent Carter, No Comixology, But Lots of Aggravation

Host Derek Coward was unable to watch the premiere of Agent Carter or use his Comixology gift certificate yet, but he was able to have a bad day and talk about it.

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Comic Book Noise 403: Arrow/Flash, Avengers Academy, X-23, and Wolverine

Host Derek Coward talks about the concluding night of the TV crossover of Arrow and The Flash, a few issues of Avengers Academy, makes a music recommendation, talks about X-23,Wolverine and his lack of origin story, before talking a bit about origin stories themselves.

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Comic Book Noise 396: Team Up Books

Host Derek Coward talks about team up books while he gets some coffee.

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The Real Comic Book Noise 363: Dog Days of Podcasting: Comic Universe Creation To Do

Host Derek Coward returns to answer the seemingly simple question “If you were going to create your own comic universe, what kinds of things would you be sure to do?” but as we know nothing is ever that simple.

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Comic Book Noise 363: Dog Days of Podcasting: Comic Universe Creation To Do

Host Derek Coward returns to answer the seemingly simple question “If you were going to create your own comic universe, what kinds of things would you be sure to do?” but as we know nothing is ever that simple.

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‘Marvel’s The Avengers’ Was Almost Rated R

According to the good folks over at ‘Screen Crush’, Kevin Feige from Marvel Studios said ‘Marvel’s The Avengers’ was almost given an R rating. Their whole article can be found here.

Kevin Feige

This makes a lot of sense to me. Comic book fans are used to seeing things like Blue Beetle getting his brains shot out through his face, Captain America hitting someone in their face with his shield, or Wolverine snikting people all over the place, non comic book fans aren’t necessarily immune to this type of violent imagery. I’m glad they made the cuts needed because they opened the film to a much larger audience.

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