Two Dimension | Comic Book Podcast

Two Dimension | Comic Book Podcast

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Even though no one read any comics this week, we talked about them anyway. MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Flash DOWNLOAD Fantastic Four 57. Shred. Elektra: Assassin. The New Mutants Drawn By Bill Sienkiewicz. Eddy Current By Ted McKeever. Doom Patrol Drawn By … Continue reading →
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We review The Eighth By Adam Lawson And Jorin Evers, and get an interview with Adam as well. The Netflix series Locke & Key is discussed,along with the comic books we have gotten during isolation. MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Evie Richner DOWNLOAD … Continue reading →
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Comic books that seemed odd, quirky or outright silly to an older audience that we loved as kids begins this episode, then moves into the influence one artist has to another. Everything finishes with drive-in movies. MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: All Mankind … Continue reading →
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Reading piles of comics laying around the house. Been pretty fun! MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Cotoba DOWNLOAD Marineman By Ian Churchill. Marineman By Ian Churchhill. Superman By John Byrne. Usagi Yojimbo 1 From Fantagraphics. Dalgoda. Usagi Yojimbo 1 From Mirage Studios In … Continue reading →
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We start off with the dollar box find Captain Victory, which leads into page rates, inkers and barbarian comics of the seventies. It was brought up that we do not talk about Joe Kubert enough, so we did, as well … Continue reading →
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Another final Valerian volume came out, which of course leads to a discussion of Snowpiercer and the movies created from these comics. The recent My Comic Shop Country, cartoonists we lost and work we read in the past are covered … Continue reading →
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Comic book distribution on hiatus, the failed attempt to aid it from ComicHub and the 5 lb. Mystery Boxes offered from Mile High Comics starts this one off. Identifying uncredited artists and writers in both comics and paperback book covers. … Continue reading →
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While the planet is in isolation mode, we connected via Skype to discuss comic books. Although most of the conversation steered towards the state of the comic shops, distribution and comics in digital form. MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Evie Richner DOWNLOAD Franklin … Continue reading →
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Another Destination Nightmare episode for your listening enjoyment. DOWNLOAD Frazetta Art Museum. Michael Kaluta. Roy Krenkel. Jeff Jones’ Spasm. Strange Adventures 1 By Tom King, Mitch Gerads And Evan Shaner. Epi-Log. The Dark Side. Alter Ego. Vampirella Facsimile 1. Star … Continue reading →
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The Mothman Of West Virginia starts it off along with random bug talk and stop motion monsters, science fiction writers and comic adaptations. Western comics by Moebius, humor cartoonists and Tarzan finish it out. DOWNLOAD Harlan Ellison’s Dream Corridor. Richard … Continue reading →
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Movies with steampunk or science fiction ties that have connections to innovative animators start this one off,which leads into influences artists have from one another and candy we liked (or didn’t like) as kids. Random comics finish this one out, … Continue reading →
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Ghost Rider and the return of the 2099 series starts it off, and we question who in the Marvel universe has not been made a herald for Galactus and what Doctor Doom must smell like? MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Steve Martin Carol … Continue reading →
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Legion Of Super-Heroes and the many changes the comic has gone through takes up most of the show. November Vol. 1 comes up, then the many changes Thor has gone through takes up some more. We also question why Glactus … Continue reading →
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On the first episode of 2020 we start off talking about our lack of flying cars, and how misleading time saving devices can be. The book A Man Called Destruction: The Life And Music Of Alex Chilton is mentioned (by … Continue reading →
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Last show of 2019 discusses Ragnarök: The Breaking of Helheim, Grip: The Strange World Of Men, comic book shows on TV and new Ghost Rider books. The first trade of Descender is talked about as well as Fantastic Four Grand … Continue reading →
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The new Legion Os Super-Heroes title starts this one off, followed by book stores and the culture of reading comics. Translating foreign comics, the massive published work of William Stout, Conan and new Elfquest should have finished it out, but … Continue reading →
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Black Panther, The Eternals and 2001: A Space Odyssey were titles Jack Kirby created when he returned to Marvel. We talk about those as well as Brandon Graham’s Multiple Warheads 2 and Ishinomori Shotaro’s Kikaida. Musical Spotlight: Anna O DOWNLOAD … Continue reading →
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Never in a million years had Don ever thought he would talk about Ernie Bushmiller, much less bother paying for his work, until now. The Far Side, Olivia Jaimes, old newspaper comics outliving their creators, Sunstone and Swing fill the … Continue reading →
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A rant about the upcoming movie Joker begins this episode, followed by how we prefer Batman to be dark and gritty. This leads into Argo, and an argument about The Beatles sees us to the end. Not for the faint … Continue reading →
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As always, we start off talking about something other than comic books, and this time it is the movie The Last Man On Earth, which led into Night Of The Living Dead, The Omega Man and I Am Legend. Then … Continue reading →
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