Thursday, May 28, 2020

QBP 153 - Thor Annual #6

Quarter-Bin Podcast #153

Thor Annual #6, Marvel Comics, cover-dated August 1975.

"Thunder in the 31st Century," was written by Roger Stern and Len Wein, with artby Sal Buscema and Klaus Janson.

What happens when Professor Alan decides to cover a book sent in by lovely listener Billy D, from Into the Weird? And what happens when Thor travels 1000+ years into the future, to team up with the Guardians of the Galaxy to take on Korvac and his team of bad guys?

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Promo: Justice League International Podcast

Link: Billy D's Magazines & Monsters blog

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Tuesday, May 19, 2020

RGP #023 -- JLMay 2020 - Planet Heist

Relatively Geeky Presents #23: JLMay 2020

The Return of Adam Strange 1 - 8, DC Comics, cover-dated November 2004 - June 2005.

All stories written by Andy Diggle, with art by Pascal (or is it Pasquale?) Ferry.

What happens when the entire planet Rann is Zeta-beamed completely out of existence? Listen to the episode and find out!

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Promo: Earth Destruction Directive

Follow the JLMay adventure through the following podcasts:
Justice's First Dawn
Coffee & Comics
Views from the Longbox
The Fanholes
Wonder Woman: Warrior for Peace
The Birds of Prey Podcast
Married with Comics

The Longbox Crusade

Robin: Everyone Loves the Drake

Pop Culture Affidvait
The Fire & Water Podcast


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Monday, May 11, 2020

QBP #152 - JSA Classified #1

Quarter-Bin Podcast #152

JSA Classified #1, DC Comics, cover-dated February 2005.

"Power Trip, part I of IV," by Geoff Johns, with art by Amanda Conner & Jimmy Palmiotti.

What happens when Professor Alan takes on a story featuring Power Girl? How much of the episode run-time is dedicated to covering the story's attributes, and how much to Power Girl's most ... famous ... attributes?

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Promo: JLMay 2020

Next Episode: Thor Annual #6, Marvel Comics, cover-dated 1977.

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Friday, May 1, 2020

CRJ #059 - April 2020

Professor Alan's Comic Book Reading Journal #059

April 2020

So what comic books did Professor Alan read during April, during a full month of covid-based self-isolation? Were there any new comics, right off the shelves? How many came from lovely listeners?

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Promo: The Huntress Podcast

Link: Fraser Campbell's comics
Link: Alex Automatic Kickstarter campaign

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Wednesday, April 22, 2020

QBP #151 - Archie 101

Quarter-Bin Podcast #151

Archie 101, Archie Comics, cover-dated August 1959.

Many stories, with very few credits.

What happens when Professor Alan starts a series of rule-breaking episodes, where he "expands" the definition of "quarter-bin?"In this case, he looks at a book he found on the Hoola Digital app, which runs through public libraries. And is it or is it not the oldest comic he's ever covered on the show?

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Promo:JLMay 2020

Next Episode: JSA Classified #1, DC Comics, cover-dated September 2005.    .

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Monday, April 13, 2020

RGP #022 - Doomspeak - Doom 2099 #16

DOOMSPEAK

DOOM 2099 #16, Marvel Comics, cover-dated May 2020.

"Long Live ... King Doom the First," written and drawn by Ernie Colon.

What happens when Doctor spends quality virtual time with history's great dictators and warriors? Does he learn important lessons? Does any of this issue actually matter?

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Promo: Silent Knight - The Cassandra Cain Podcast

Next Time: In May, Professor Alan and the Irredeemable Shagg will be discussing Adam Strange - Planet Heist, as part of the JLMay Event. In June, some type of Doom content will return!

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Thursday, April 2, 2020

CRJ #058 - March 2020

Professor Alan's Comic Book Reading Journal #058

March 2020

So what comics did Professor Alan read during March? Just many funny books did Alan read during this first partial month of Coronavirus self-isolation? Listen to the episode ... and find out!!!

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Promo: Is It Jaws?

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