Friday, November 17, 2017

QBP #110 - Eternals 9

Quarter-Bin Podcast #110

The Eternals 9, Marvel Comics, cover-dated March 1977.

"The Killing Machine!" written and penciled by Jack Kirby, and inked by Mike Royer.

In celebration of The King's centennial year, we are looking at a Jack Kirby work from his return stint at Marvel. How epic the story? How grand is the art? And how necessary is a comic book editor anyway?

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Promo: Dial G for Gamer

Next Episode: Batman & the Outsiders 32, DC Comics, cover-dated April 1986.

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Friday, November 10, 2017

RGP #009 - Veterans Day 2017

Relatively Geeky Presents: Veterans Day 2017

In honor of Veterans Day / Remembrance Day, Professor Alan talks to a trio of US military vets about war comics. It's three Air Force men and one humble podcaster, talking about The Haunted Tank, Captain America, and Warlord.

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Link #1: Jarrod Alberich's twitter feed "Yard Sale Artist"
Link #2: Scott Gardner's Two True Freaks podcast network

Music in this episode was various marches by John Philip Sousa, as performed by The Gordon Highlanders.

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Friday, November 3, 2017

CRJ #029 - October 2017

Professor Alan's Comic Book Reading Journal #029

October 2017

So what comics did Professor Alan read during October? How many were Rebirth books? How many were kiddie books? How many were Halloween-related books?

Listen to this exciting episode #29... and find out!

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Promo #1: Comics with Normies
Promo #2: Deconstructing Comics

Next Episode: What comics did Professor Alan read during November? Listen in early December and find out!

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