Friday, December 7, 2018

QBP #127 - Marvel Team-Up 65

Marvel Team-Up 65, Marvel Comics, cover-dated January 1978.

"Introducing Captain Britain," by Chris Claremont, with art by John Byrne and Dave Hunt.

What happens Peter Parker has to take in a British exchange student as a roommate? And then what happens when Spidey runs into newcomer Captain Britain in the skies of New York City? Will they immediately become besties ... or will they FIGHT?????

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Promo #1: Quantum Cast
Promo #2: Resurrections: The Adam Warlock & Thanos Podcast

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Source: World's Greatest Comics


Friday, November 30, 2018

CRJ #42 - November 2018

Professor Alan's Comic Book Reading Journal #042

November 2018
So what comics did Professor Alan read during November? How many were old comics? How many were new comics? And how much seasonal #WarComicsMonth reading did he do?

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Promo #1: Letters from the Front: WW 1 podcast
Promo #2: Comics for Courage

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Friday, November 16, 2018

QBP #126 - Timewaker 1

Timewalker #1, Valiant Comics, cover-dated December 1994.

"Ivar the Timewalker," by Bob Hall, with art by Don Perlin & Gonzalo Mayo.

What happens when a time traveler loses his ability to control his travels? And what happens when he runs into people who hate him for what he'll do in his future? And how does Professor Alan feel about this kind of time travel story?

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Promo: Comic Book Time Machine

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Monday, November 5, 2018

CRJ #41 - October 2018

Professor Alan's Comic Book Reading Journal #041

October 2018
So what comics did Professor Alan read during October? How many were old comics? How many were new comics? And how much seasonal spooky reading did he do?

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Promo: Satellite Sisters

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Tuesday, October 23, 2018

QBP 125 - Star Trek Telepathy War #1

Star Trek: Telepathy War #1, Marvel Comics, cover-dated November 1997.

"Reality's End," by Chris Cooper, with art by Patch Zircher & Steve Moncuse.

What happens when a group of telepathic races band together to battle Starfleet? What happens when all the Star Trek comic book properties cross over in one mega-event? What happens when we have a Deep Space 9 podcaster show up to explain it all to us? Listen to the episode and find out!

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Link: Paul Spataro's Is It Jaws? podcast
Link: Paul Spataro's Back to the Bins podcast
Link: Paul Spataro's Listen to the Prophets podcast

Promo: Earth Destruction Directive

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Friday, October 12, 2018

RGP #013 - Underworld Unleashed

Relatively Geeky Presents: #BestEventEver2018: Underworld Unleashed

What happens when the demon Neron offers a power upgrade to a range of DC Comics characters. Which villains accept the deal? Which heroes do? And what are the consequences of characters who get "new and improved" powered and souped-up identities? Listen to the episode and find out!

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Justice's First Dawn
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Comic Reviews by Walt
ITG Blog & Podcast
Justice Trek
Idol Head of Diabolu
Diana Prince: Wonder Woman
The Pop Culture Palace

Promo #1: The Cornetto Minute 2: Hot Fuzz
Promo #2: #BestEventEver 2018

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Monday, October 1, 2018

CRJ #40 - September 2018

Professor Alan's Comic Book Reading Journal #040

September 2018

So what comics did Professor Alan read during September? How many were Archie-related? How many were weird independent books? How many sent in by lovely listeners?

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Promo #1: The Superman Fan Podcast
Promo #2: Spawn-o-Meter

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