Episode 214: JLA/Avengers Issue 4 and so much more: Going on vacation won’t stop us from bringing you content! Kent Hare joins us again for part 4 of this 4 part in depth look at JLA/Avengers.
We also have a special listener content segment with emails and voicemails covering Colgate, WW 600, Superman 700, Batman 700, Detective Comics 866, Batman and Robin 13, Red Robin 14.
We also share a very special message from Paul Spataro.
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4:36 JLA/Avengers Issue 4 Part 1
1:20:19 Listener emails and voicemails
2:00:49 JLA/Avengers Issue 4 Part 2
2:42:46 More voicemails
3:17:02 Show Closing
We’ll be back next week with our next episode. Check Ragingbullets.com and the forum for regular updates.
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I know everyone can guess at least one female character I’m going to discuss this week. And I promise, we’ll get to that. But for now, excuse me while I take a short break to do the Dance of Joy.
Still here? Good. I guess I should probably explain that, huh?
I have to confess that Superman isn’t exactly my favorite character. It’s Lois Lane.
I had ambitions of being a reporter once. (Okay, so maybe I still think about it sometimes.) It was my thing in college. I learned about journalism terms like writing leads (and burying them), the inverted pyramid, and the importance of sources. Sometimes I even slip into reporter mode when I’m writing this blog.
Every so often, we hear about reporters “protecting their sources.” It seems to me the ultimate protection of a source–and no, I don’t care that it’s only a comic book–is Lois Lane’s knowledge that Clark Kent is Superman. Talk about sitting on the story of a century!
But hey, I could go on forever about the character development of Lois Lane. The one piece of information that has bugged me over the last couple of months though, is when Paul Cornell announced that Lois would be featured in his Action Comics run as Lex Luthor’s girlfriend.
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