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Episode 1725 Talkback - Comic Talk

Now appearing on your audio-screens will be a round-up of a very Geek-friendly Oscar Night; a torrent of TV talk, including a look at some of the latest content from the soon-to-be-terminated Marvel/Netflix partnership; and more than enough talk about actual comics to make this episode worthy of its title! (1:27:40)

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  • nweathingtonnweathington Posts: 6,110
    edited February 27
    @wildpigcomics, I hope you enjoy The Highest House (I'm pretty certain you will)! It was my favorite comic of last year.

    Re: Usagi Yojimbo, I haven’t read it in a while, but I did read it for several years, and I have the big Art of... book Dark Horse put out a few years ago. And while I'm a bit older than Adam and Ian, I also have the first Usagi TMNT action figure—one of the only two TMNT action figures I purchased way back when.

    Re: Kirby & Lee: Stuf’ Said!, my own little contribution to the book was going through several hours’ worth of video of Stan’s appearances on TV and VHS/DVD content, pulling/transcribing/sourcing any relevant quotes, as well as scouring the interwebs for any interviews or essays with Ditko, Wood, Romita, Heck, etc. But that was just a drop in the bucket compared to all the print material John and Richard Kolkman went through. That’s why the book ended up coming out five months later than originally scheduled. But I think the results are worth it. Hope you enjoy it, Chris!
  • DARDAR Posts: 1,026
    Just an FYI the first trade of Immortal Hulk is on ComiXology unlimited
  • Thanks for the shout-out!
  • I gasp, I blush, and I am grateful for taking valuable CGS time to talk about me. As part of the OG CGS family I was thrilled to see Ian join the show. Murd I still travel coast to coast and your dulcent tones keep me calm on my long flights. Love the long episodes since they cover more miles in the sky. Ian I will be back SOHO later this spring and I still owe you a Guinness after we just missed at MidTown for Action #1000. So after such a gracious remembrance I am now back onto the forums too. Dust off a place for this OG CGS on the forum and I'll start throwing in my 2 cents.

    I still read comics but I no longer collect. Purged with the exception of key treasures but the garage is ready for a car now. Parker Jane is now a 10 year old girl who loves MLP and Spider-Man. We saw Stan Lee together and had a picture taken and he signed her collection of Spider-Man comics I had bound back in the day. Remember that boys? Deemer even had a thread dedicated to those of us doing that.

    I subscribe to the DC streaming service and my daughter has me into Riverdale and Stranger Things. Into the Spider-Verse was a revelation, by far the best of any Spider-Man movie. It completed the transfer of my love of the original Spidey to her and her Spider-Man.

    Guys I love the show and adding Ian was brilliant. OK I need to scour the threads and see where I fit in these days.

    Peace and Leftcoastlove!
    Sean Wheatley
  • My old avatar doesn't fit :(
  • David_DDavid_D Posts: 3,820
    Welcome back @leftcoastlove !
  • mwhitt80mwhitt80 Posts: 3,877

    Welcome back

  • BionicDaveBionicDave Posts: 365
    I believe this was the first "Comic Talk" with not one mention of a current DC comic book.
  • i_am_scifii_am_scifi Posts: 578
    edited March 10

    Worry not, @BionicDave, as that trend will be broken next time around. DC just got the unintentionall short straw this particular episode.

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