Sun, 27 July 2014
Get ready for our biggest episode yet! Over 3 1/2 hours! We had originally planned to get an episode out to you earlier in the month but ... life happens. So instead enjoy a grizzly-sized double dose. First, author Clifford Meth returns to the show. This time Ciff brings along Jim Reeber, his partner in Aardwolf Publishing. Cliff and Jim take us through their Kickstarter campaign for a project involving the late Dave Cockrum's Futurians. (Fitting that we talk Cockrum in an episode we can banner our own Giant-Size #1!) Before his passing, Dave wrote and drew an unreleased Futurians story and Aardwolf's Kickstarter has its sights set on seeing it finally in print! Then geek culture writer and prior guest Chris Cummins rejoins us! Chris and Billy Z recently attended the Marvel Universe Live arena tour in Philadelphia and you get to hear all about it. It is impossible to have Chris on the show and not talk Archie so you get that as well along with some comic book musical talk. Then Justin and Bryan join Billy Z for comic conversation. Topics in the final section of the show include #firerickremender, Captain America, Original Sin, Fantastic Four, All-New Invaders, All-New Doop, Guardians of the Galaxy, The Flash CW pilot, Superman:Doomed, Adventures of Superman, Infinity Man and the Forever People, Batman 66 vs. The Green Hornet, Dead Boy Detectives, The Private Eye, Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends and more!
INTRO: "Where You Get Love" - Matthew Sweet
0:25 - Introductions and Explanations
2:14 - Clifford Meth and Jim Reeber of Aardwolf Publishing talk The Futurians
55:05 - Chris and Billy Z talk Marvel Universe Live
1:51:10 - #firerickremender, Jet, Falcon, Captain America and much more Marvel
2:47:30 - The Guardians of the Galaxy preview and the CW pilot for The Flash
2:59:01 - Superman: Doomed, Adventures of Superman and more DC/Vertigo
3:17:40 - Vaughn and Martin's The Private Eye
3:22:45 - Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends (A Woofs of the Week false start)
3:25:41 - The Woofs of the Week
OUTRO - Jack Hylton Orchestra - "Forty-Seven Ginger Headed Sailors"