Fanboy Buzz – Episode #064 - Comic Book Podcasts

Created on July 23, 2011 and written by
Category: Fanboy Buzz - Comic Book Podcasts

In this angry episode of the Fanboy Buzz, we chat about new Spiderman movie publicity shots, developments on the new Godzilla movie, Superman is going to wear jeans and Steve pays tribute to Borders (for your younger listeners we suggest you look up “Book Store” on wikipedia). For his CCL pick Steve tells us about Ghost Rider #1, Stephen has yet another Sucky Comic, Jason and JS chat about more Hellblazer and in Issue to Issue we talk about X-Men Schism #1, Red Wing #1 and Green Lantern #67. Of course once again Jason will rapid fire some reviews at us. We also have a special interview with Raphael Moran who is the creator of Dream Reavers an indie comic coming out through Ape Entertainment. Finally we have a couple comments in our Fanboy Feedback section. As always please feel free to leave us a message at 239-244-2899!

SHOW NOTE 1: Click through the Entertainment Weekly gallery of Spider-Man movie pictures here.
SHOW NOTE 2: The photos that JS discuss can be found at here – Superman in Jeans and here – Superman in an Electric Chair.
SHOW NOTE 3: You can check out the DREAM REAVERS facebook page at this link here.

Genre: Comic Book Podcast | Updates: Weekly | Duration: 101 minutes | Subscribe: RSS Feed


4 Responses to “Fanboy Buzz – Episode #064”

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    07-26-2011 12:18 am

    Hey Guys,
    In response to the Netflix and the bandwidth costs. It is all cheaper than med insurance, training, salaries and every expense for a work force.

    The tech is always cheaper than wetware (people).


  2. nothing


    07-26-2011 12:28 am

    Action Comics – Superman is the theft of the Maxx plotline: street side superhero or crazy, homeless guy.

    Jason – maybe the new Supes is not invulnerable.


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    07-26-2011 1:06 pm

    Very good point – Didn’t think about that.


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    08-05-2011 3:40 pm

    In regards to Borders closing, they’ve been saying for 10 years now that the internet would kill off the brick and mortar stores. And they were right, it’s just been a relatively slow transition until the last few years.

    I really liked the link of how chain stores killed mom and pop shops, and how internet stores are killing chain stores. And I agree that this is a chance for mom and pop shops to make some sort of comeback. The chain stores are dying under the weight of their own square footage. The financial demand on mom and pop stores is far smaller, and consumers can get their stuff instantly, rather than waiting or paying for shipping online.


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