Tue, 30 December 2008
Finally! We hit episode 100 of KomicsKast!
First up a rundown of some of the other comics that were on the stands with a cover date of March 1962.
Next up, Michael Pindell talks about Green Lantern #11 (you all know that Michael is the host of the Comic Book Attic, right?)
Then, Lyle Tucker, Van Reid, and I tackle Fantastic Four #3.
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Sun, 21 December 2008
In the first segment I catch up with some audio blog items that I haven't yet had time to talk about:
ComicZeal and some new ways to use it on the iPhone and iPod Touch
Pixar documentary on Starz VOD
Jet Li and Jason Statham in the movie War
Jet Li and Jackie Chan in the movie Forbidden Kingdom
Tom Hanks in Charlie Wilson's War
Netflix's "Watch Instantly" on your computer option
Internet Archive: http://www.archive.org/ and their collection of Jack Benny Christmas episodes
2009 Vintage DC Super Heroes Calendar
(Promo Code: goldenagecomics)
In the second segment I talk about comics that came out in February 1962 (as well as a few from January 1962)
In the third segment I mention some of my favorite podcasts ( the "I never miss an episode" ones)
Fri, 21 November 2008
This time out, due to a major cold, I decide NOT to highlight what's going on in the rest of the comics universes, but jump right into our recaps and comments regarding the two superhero books that Marvel put out in January 1961, Fantastic Four 2, and Tales to Astonish 27 (the latter has only a marginal superhero connection, but you'll hear all about that!)
I'm joined by my good friends Lyle Tucker and Van Reid, and even if no one listening enjoys this, I can tell you, I DID!
My favorite sources:
Wed, 12 November 2008
Since Marvel didn't publish any superhero titles cover dated December 1961, it's given me the chance to take a look at the comics of other publishers from that month.
I also talk a bit about a comic that's very special to me, and why: Superman Annual 3.
I want to thank my friend Stan Jones for loaning me the Turok comic.
Sun, 2 November 2008
After a four month hiatus, KomicsKast is back with the first of what we hope will be many, breakdowns of comics by month. While the focus is on Marvel, we'll be talking about comics from many different companies. This time it's November 1961, the month Fantastic Four #1 came out (cover date).
Links of interest:
See you soon with another episode!
Our art this time is by the multi-talented Stephen, and Randy Sargent!
Tue, 28 October 2008
KomicsKast Audio Blog - October 28, 2008 - Some wonderful things to do with your iPhone / iPod Touch
If you don't have an iPhone or an iPod Touch, don't despare, there may still be something of interest here for you as well!
Sun, 26 October 2008
I know, it was just yesterday that I uploaded the last audio blog, but I had a lot to say! This time I talk about (review?) Volume One of the Complete Gasoline Alley Dailies (Walt and Skeezix), and Volume One of the Complete Dick Tracy.
Sat, 25 October 2008
This time I discuss my errant ways, Classic Comic strip groups on Yahoo, and the ComicZeal comic reading program for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
Mon, 6 October 2008
And not only are we back with a new BOP, but Aaron Macom joins us live from the Mid Ohio Con (okay, he's actually in his car at the Mid Ohio Con, but give us a break!).
Sun, 28 September 2008
I think the subject line pretty much says it all except for the links: