Episode 450: Freddie E. Williams II returns, Voicemails about recent DC news! Sean and Jim talk with Freddie about the second issue of the Infinite Adventures of Jonas Quantum, The World According to Thor and his work on the Legendary Star Lord.
Listener voicemails about DC TV, Changes to Aquaman, Fan Culture and more!
Episode 240: Jim Califiore joins us to discuss his most recent work on Secret Six. We also look through his past work on Aquaman, Exiles, Gotham Underground, Faction Paradox and more. He was a fantastic guest. We hope you enjoy this show as much as we did recording it.
Episode 219: Brightest Day 7 and much more: We are joined by friend of the show Dan Taube to discuss Brightest Day 7. We do an in-depth exploration of each character and speculate on where it goes from here. We also chat about which characters we want to see more from in the future.
We also have a special segment on the difficulties of making a comic budget, and quickly chat up Sweet Tooth, Arkham Asylum Madness, Planetary and much much more.
I was listening to Episode 205, in which Sean and Jim had a lengthy discussion (Raging Bullets? Lengthy? Never!) about the upcoming limited issue, company-wide, epic crossover crisis event – Last Action Of The Supermen In The New Krypton War. Superman-related discussions on Raging Bullets are always interesting to me because I don’t pick up any Super books.
Okay, maybe that’s an exaggeration. I’ve been picking up Power Girl and Adventure Comics which are in the Super Family, but you won’t find any Man, Girl or Action in my comics pile. Nothing against the Boy In Blue – it’s not that I don’t like him, it’s just that I don’t like him as much as I like all these other great books I’m picking up. Some readers are Bat-People, and some are Super-People – I’m a Bat-Guy. It might have something to do with growing up in the late 80s and 90s with the Batman movies and shows, just as growing up in the 70s and early 80s must have influenced a lot of Superman fans. Even if you like both, I think even Sean and Jim could tell you whether they’d ultimately root for Bruce or Clark in a fight (though I’d argue that in a Batman vs. Superman battle situation, the smart choice for an onlooker is “to run like hell”). Continue reading JokerFish #03: Superpants And Batface→
I know this doesn’t necessarily mean a for sure return of Aquaman but Blackest Night reinvigorated me with the possibilities of his return. I am 100% behind more Mera storytelling. I was a huge fan of the Peter David run on Aquaman and really loved the character ever since. The Sub Diego stuff that introduced Aquagirl was good fun as well.
Atlantis is always an interesting place to read about because of the politics involved. This is a different nation with VERY different concerns from the surface world. This often leads to deep conflict over different ideologies. Combat is also quite different under water and there are some interesting chances to bring the vastness of the sea to life. The fantasy style of the most recent version began to explore some of this.
Will this be the same Aquaman that had the hook hand? Will this be the Silver Age version? Will I know it is technically the same guy but what will still be considered part of his past?
Will Dolphin and Tempest also return?
If this preview is a hint at his possible return, it also makes me wonder what other characters that were Black Lantern’s might come back?