196 | Giant Monsters, 3-D Comics And Pullapalooza

More comments about the state of mainstream comic books starts the conversation off, which goes into the giant monster comics from Atlas, 3-D comics and ends with Pullapalooza.

MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Matthew SweetHi-Standard

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Sergio Aragonés Destroys DC By Mark Evanier And Sergio Aragonés,

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184 | Nexus, Dollar Boxes And Archie Collection

Mike Baron and Steve Rude’s current Nexus work starts this episode off, which quickly turns off to stock poses, The Lost Continent and Shade The Changing Girl 4. A lengthy dollar box segment is followed by Archie: A Celebration of America’s Favorite Teenagers. Pullapalooza finishes it out once again.

MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Dana Gillespiehitomi

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Nexus: Into The Past And Other Stories By Mike Baron And Steve Rude.

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182 | Back-Up Stories, Alan Moore And New Versions Of Old Series

Talking about back-up stories led into Alan Moore and Swamp Thing, Cave Carson Has A Cybernetic EyeShade The Changing Girl, Groo Fray Of The Gods and Love And Rockets. Then Pullapalooza closes it out.

MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Harry Nilsson

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Flesh And Bones Featuring Dalgoda 3
By Jan Strnad And Dennis Fujitake.

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141 | Public Domain Day, Forgotten Heroes, Kay Nielsen And Pulapalooza

Public Domain Day starts the conversation off, which leads into Superheroes In The Public Domain, MLJ and Charlton heroes we didn’t always get to see, Kay Nielsen, The Twilight Children 2, and finish off with Pullapalooza.

MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: The Sonics

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Superheroes In The Public Domain: The Black Terror.

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110 | Humor Magazines Of The Past, Mexican Pulp Art, Eleanor Davis, Spanish Dracula And The Great Unsung Artist Roy G. Krenkel

Humor magazines from the sixties and seventies start everything off, moves onto Eleanor Davis, Fernando FernandezBill Sienkiewicz and the great unsung artist Roy G. Krenkel.

MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Ed Woltil

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National Lampoon.
Tony Hendra Interview On Mister Media.

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103 | Yoshihiro Tatsumi, Rot & Ruin And Favorite Creative Teams

Episode 103 finds the entire crew returning once again at their secret lair deep within Rook’s house. Don, Al, Rook and Dallas discuss their favorite writer/artist and penciller/inker duos.

MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: In honor of the beginning of the Halloween season,
it’s CONCRETE BLONDE with BLOODLETTING!

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Fallen Worlds By Yoshihiro Tatsumi.

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99 | Anthony Desiato, Unknown Archie Creators, Walt Simonson, Groo Vs. Conan, Alan Davis And Marie Severin

Documentary filmmaker Anthony Desiato starts the show off discussing his films My Comic Shop, Buy Spoon: The Jay Meisel Story and Wacky Man: The Rise of a Puppeteer. We then go into a discussion of unknown Archie creators, Walt Simonson’s Ragnarok, Groo Vs. ConanChic Stone, Terry Austin, Marshall Rogers and the amazing unsung hero Marie Severin.

MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Graham Gouldman

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Flat Squirrel Productions.

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96 | Long Running Series, Burroughs, Tarzan Comics, Glamorous Jungle Ladies, Captain Marvel And Fantastic Four

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

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Eternity By Walt Simonson And Dave Gibbons.

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46 | Local Horror Hosts Of The Past, Comics You Didn’t Get In The Past, And Buying Comics You Already Have

A very exhausted Al and Don start the show off discussing local horror hosts of yesteryear, and learned that a few are still around and working. Then it went around to finding comics you didn’t get in the past, and buying comics you already have.

MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Jean Wallace

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At The End Of The Fifties, Local Television Stations Employed A Host For The Horror Movies They Showed. Al Watched M.T. Graves And Don Watched Count Gregore.

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14 | Steve Rude, Alan Davis, Alex Toth, Los Bros Hernandez, J. C. Mezieres, Walt Simonson, Sergio Aragones, Carl Barks, Jack Kirby, Moebius

Al and Dallas struggle to get a word in edgewise as Don goes on and on and on about his Top Ten Favorite Artists.

MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Don’s Brother, Larry Moore, of course.

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