The writer talks about the evolution of Carol Danvers, new challenges, new settings and much more!
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Lierre Keith: The Vegetarian Myth, How Agriculture Made Us Sick, and How to Save the World | Fat-Burning Man
This week’s show is with one impressive woman, Lierre Keith. Lierre has been a highly requested guest for a while now. This show is going to show you exactly why.
In Which Our Guest: Kelly Sue DeConnick, comic book writer and creator, joins us to talk about comics… 1) Afterlife with Archie by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa & Francesco Francavilla 2) Sunny by Taiyo Matsumoto 3) The Deep: Here There Be Dragons by Tom Taylor & James Brouwer 4)
Monster on the Hill by Rob Harrell 5) Question Time: What’s Your Favorite Giant Monster Title 6) What we’re looking forward to next
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Mike and Ed discuss Ben Edlund’s The Tick. Topics include Edlund’s 12 issue run, the animated and live action shows, a million-zillion ninjas, and SPOON!
Podcast used GUEST! It’s super effective!
This episode is brought to you by Wizard’s Comics, home of the best deal on comics in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Check out their website for a list of the week’s new releases and information on upcoming Magic, The Gathering tournaments, and watch their Twitter account for news and announcements about the shop and its stuff. You can even use their website to buy digital comics!
Episode 112 – Etiquette Talk with Nathan Edmondson
This week, the boys sit down with Nathan Edmondson, the writer of Black Widow and The Punisher for Marvel Comics and the upcoming graphic novella Genesis, coming in April from Image Comics. The conversation ranges from contrasting Natasha Romanova to James Bond, to finding the humanity in Frank Castle, to working on a very different type of book in Genesis. Along the way, Nathan and the hosts also talk about professional etiquette vis-a-vis Twitter, and how social media is changing the way we engage with movies. Finally, Nathan becomes not the first person to ask James why he’s hitched his wagon to the Chicago Cubs.
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Web: Nathan Edmondson dot com
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The Problem: There’s no lucky fun.
“The vicarage is bad indeed, as bad as any vicarage in Christendom. But the vicar whose sinecure it is is, shall we say, a fair to middling vicar. I would not call him good, but he is by no means as bad as the Bad Vicar of old.”
Posted Sunday, October 30, 2011
When you want to get in the Halloween spirit, who you gonna call? Join us in celebrating 1984’s supernatural comedy classic, "Ghostbusters." Are ghosts a serious environmental hazard requiring the intervention of the EPA? Why do the Ghostbusters transform from college professors into blue-collar plumbers when they put on their jump suits? Is Roasted Terror Dog with Human Nougat the worst candy ever devised? And which one of our panelists attended a cat-themed bat mitzvah in the same ballroom destroyed by the Ghostbusters?
Posted Monday, May 30, 2011
Do you know where your towel is? Are you a hoopy frood? Have you just consumed your fifth Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster? We have. And you’d better catch up. In honor of our 42nd podcast and the recent Towel Day, The Incomparable celebrates the life and work of Douglas Adams. We feature our special guest, Yoz Grahame, who worked for Adams’ The Digital Village, the producers of Web sites such as h2g2.com (a precursor to Wikipedia of sorts).