MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Ed Woltil
We start off with Vampirella, move into the Filipino artists who did American comics in the seventies and end up talking about barbarian titles from the same era. Heroines of the golden age and Tarzan finish it out.
MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Steve Robinson
Don finally finishes Jack Kirby and Stan Lee’s epic Fantastic Four run. Al talks about Archie Comics and the endless supply of six page stories from Frank Doyle, forgotten animated cartoons of the sixties, Red Circle horror, and more.
MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Shoes
Changes in current comics, imaginary stories, Arnold Drake, variant covers and long running series by the same creators start out the show. Portrayals of Tarzan in comics, along with other Burroughs tales, glamorous jungle women of the forties, My Heroine Addiction, Captain Marvel, along with Jack Kirby and Stan Lee’s Fantastic Four run to finish it out.
MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Pierre Legault
Happy Halloween! This week’s topics: Eerie comics guilty pleasures, Brainjacked and other local gore films, Alan Moore’s 1963, and the ads inside. Don’s take on All-Star Superman, Bernie Wrightson’s Swamp Thing, Filipino artists and komiks, George Perez‘ early years, Al almost fights some guy over the origin of the comic book, and French graphic albums. What Are You Reading: Don does 100 Bullets by Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso, and Al covers Vampirella #27 (1973).
MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Real Eyes