Al and Don go far beyond the normal time limit and show just how free form they can get.
MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Mick Ronson
MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Groovy Cool
Al dedicates the episode to Vic Diaz, then joins Don in an episode long Pullapallooza. Joe Kubert’s Tarzan is discussed, along with his drawing and layout style. Al schools Don on Jay Scott Pike, and starts a discussion about Gray Morrow.
The Man-Thing, King Size Marvel books by Jim Starlin and Action Comics 413 carry on the middle part of the episode, then finish out with Tom Sutton, Dick Giordano, Burne Hogarth, Russ Manning and Barry Smith.
Al starts the discussion off with what he calls “The Kirby Factor,” and seeing things through different eyes as you get older. Don brings up comic book publisher’s house styles and artist’s comfort zones, and continues to talk about a few books he read and brings the show well past the one hour mark.
MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Superdrag
Neal Adams Was A High Water Mark.
The Dynamic Duo of Dallas and Dr. Morbius (from parts unknown) entices the senses with talk of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Tales From The Crypt (the 1972 film), Ex Machina Volume 3, The original Fantastic Four movie, Creepy by Dark Horse Comics, The Mighty Blue, Life with Archie, and much more!!!
MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: FAIR TO MIDLAND