Host Derek Coward gives his final thoughts on the 2015 DC event Convergence. If you are a DC fanatic, you may want to skip this episode.
Host Derek Coward returns to answer the seemingly simple question “Lets say that you were to create your own comics universe; what mistakes would you be sure to avoid?” but as we know nothing is ever that simple.
Host Derek Coward talks about the ending to Marvel’s Infinity crossover event.
Here is the link to Scott Cederlund’s post that I mentioned in the episode:
Host Derek Coward talks about X-Men Battle of the Atom from Marvel and The Trinity War from DC. Warning: There are spoilers for recently released issues in this episode. Listen if you want.
Host Derek Coward returns to talk about how doing the last 300 episodes of Comic Book Noise has changed him. Of course, your mileage may vary.
Host Derek Coward was already planning a short show, but right in the middle of a pretty interesting point about Marvel and their event crossovers, he was interrupted by a phone call and lost his train of thought. Oh well, even though the show is less than ten minutes, it was still pretty good up til that point.
Host Derek Coward talks about the future of Comic Book Noise. NOTE: There is very little to no comic book talk in this episode, so if you are a new listener, try a different one from the archives or wait for a future one.
Why is there no podcast devoted to The Incredible Hulk? The guy has been able to sustain hundreds of comic book issues, several dozen miniseries and trades, a couple of television shows and two major studio films, but no one has thought to do a podcast talking about him? The closest thing that I know about was the series of World War Hulk shows that I hosted with Tim Terrell a few years ago. Since then, nothing.
If it is a case of not knowing (or wanting to know) how to deal with RSS Feeds, uploading, maintaining a forum, website administration or all the rest of the rigmarole, then I would be more than happy to host the show on The ReaderFeed until the host got their feet wet enough to go off on their own.
The ReaderFeed shows have been gaining a bit of notoriety. Matt Kramer’s The Shade’s Journal got him a mention in the latest Starman Omnibus and Welcome To Heavenside’s Damian Smith was recently featured on Avatar Press’s website. I’m sure that a lot of that has to do with the fact that they are the only podcasts devoted to those subjects.
If somebody else doesn’t jump on this, then I might have to go out and start buying up some Incredible Hulk books and do it myself. Or maybe I should just start with some miniseries from the past then take it from there.
I am thinking about shaking up the format of the show a bit. I have been having a ball talking to Angie on Indie Comic Book Noise, I had fun hosting the World War Hulk shows with Tim Terrell and I am planning on having a special guest co-host on an irregular basis (Hint: His name rhymes with Reter Pios), but I was wondering if I should have rotating guest co-hosts. For example, Angie on an episode, then Pios on the next, David A Price, then Mike Myers, et cetera and so on and so forth. Sort of like Comic Timing, but with one person.
This is just something that has been going through my sleep deprived mind right now. What do you think?