Saturday, November 9, 2019

RGP #017 - Doomspeak - Doctor Doom #2

DOOMSPEAK

Doctor Doom #2, Marvel Comics, cover-dated January 2020.

"Mother Morgan Comes To Me," written by Christopher Cantwell, with art by Salvador Larroca.

What happens when Doctor Doom is accused of horrific terrorist events? Who springs him? And who takes him in? And what did Doom fan Professor Alan think of the second issue of this title?

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Promo: The No Agenda Podcast
Link: James Cain monologue from Richard III

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Friday, November 1, 2019

CRJ #053 - October 2019

Professor Alan's Comic Book Reading Journal #053

October 2019

So what comics did Professor Alan read during October? How many were the super-scary Halloween horror types of books? How many were new books, right off the shelves? And how many weee contributed by lovely listeners?

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Promo: Hamilton vs Burr:  A Werewolf Tale

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Friday, October 25, 2019

QBP #144 - Four Color Comcs 1253

Quarter-Bin Podcast #144

Four Color Comics 1253 (aka Space Man #1), Dell Comics, cover-dated January - March 1962.

The untitled story was written by Ken Fitch, with art by Jack Sparling.

What happens when Professor Alan talks about a sci-fi comic from before he was born? Can he even talk about this comic, or will the anti-force prevent him? And does he really take valuable podcast time to talk about puzzle books?

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Promo #1: Is It Jaws?
Promo #2: Trekker Talk

Next Episode: The Secret City Saga #0 & Bombast! #1, Topps Comics, both cover-dated April 1993.

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Friday, October 11, 2019

RGP #016 -- Doomspeak - Doctor Doom #1

DOOMSPEAK

Doctor Doom #1, Marvel Comics, cover-dated December 2019.

"Pottersville," written by Christopher Cantwell, with art by Salvador Larocca.

What happens when we finally for the first time ever have a comic entitled Doctor Doom? And what happens when he is framed for a terrorist attack? And what did Doom fan Professor Alan think of the issue?

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Friday, October 4, 2019

CRJ #052 - September 2019

Professor Alan's Comic Book Reading Journal #052

September 2019

So what comics did Professor Alan read during September, as the Fall semester is in full swing now?

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Promo #1: Pop Culture Affidavit
Promo #2: Deconstructing Comics

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Thursday, September 26, 2019

QBP #143 - Gods for Hire #1

Quarter-Bin Podcast #143

Gods For Hire #1, Hot Comics, cover-dated December 1986.

"The Saturday Knights," written by Joe Judt, with art by Barry Crain & Dell Barras.

What happens when Professor Alan tackles the most obscure comics and publisher in the history of the Quarter-Bin? What does a small-press color comic from the mid-eighties look like?

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Promo: Waiting For Doom

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Monday, September 16, 2019

QBP #142 - Original Ghost Rider Rides Again #1

Quarter-Bin Podcast #142

The Original Ghost Rider Rides Again #1, Marvel Comics, cover-dated April 1991.

"The Curse of Jonathan Blaze!"
and
"Personal Demons"

both written by Roger Stern, with art by Bob Budianksy, Joseph Rubenstein, and Dave Simons.

What happens when the Johnny Blaze wanders into a church on a rainy rainy night? And can he take on the terrifying power of a drunk carnival attender?

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Promo: Avengers Spotlight

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