Tuesday, December 12, 2023

QBP #200 - Iron Man 200

Quarter-Bin Podcast #200

Iron Man #200, Now Comics, cover-dated December 1991.

"Resolutions!" written by Denny O'Neil, with art by MD Bright, and Akin & Garvey.

What happens when Professor Alan and guest Paul Spataro take on the Iron Man vs Iron Monger throwdown? Do they like the new armor? And what about that dramatic ending?

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Next Episode: Green Hornet Golden Age Remastered #6, Dynamite, 2010.

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  1. I've never been a big Iron Man fan so this was fun to listen to, especially the reverberations I saw in the Iron Man movie.

    I did chuckle at the discussion about 'reality' in TV and comics regarding professions. I can tell you, medical dramas often have a kernel of truth but are often more fantasy than fact. There is a sort of scale. ER more truthful than House more truthful than Grey's Anatomy/The Resident for example.

    My brother was a Public Defender. He can't stand law shows. I LOVE Law and Order (Waterson years). He hates them. He loves House; I cannot watch it.

    1. I know somebody who considers medical dramas to be science fiction, because: (1) they involve science; and (2) they rarely have any connection to real life medicine!