Friday, May 18, 2018

SS #058 - The Best-Sellers

Shortbox Showcase #58 - The Best Sellers

In this top-selling new episode, Em and Professor Alan talk about the top-selling comic books for March 2018. How do the books that THEY are reading compare to the books that EVERYBODY ELSE is reading? What is the current state of their pull-list?

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Promo: Safe For Work
Link: Comichron: A Resource for Comics Research

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Friday, May 11, 2018

CRJ #035 - April 2018

Professor Alan's Comic Book Reading Journal #035

April 2018

So what comics did Professor Alan read during April? How many were Summer podcasting projects? How many were from lovely listeners and podcasting buddies? How many were from various cheap boxes around the Central Ohio area?

Listen to this exciting episode #35... and find out!

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Promo #1: Earth Destruction Directive
Promo #2: Listen to the Prophets: A Deep Space 9 Podcast

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Thursday, May 3, 2018

JLMay 2018 - Silver Age: Challengers of the Unknown

Relatively Geeky Presents #12: JLMay 2018

The Silver Age: Challengers of the Unknown, DC Comics, cover-dated July 2000.

"A Small Matter of Time," by Karl Kesel, with art by Drew Johnson & Randy Elliott.

What happens when Chronos battles our crew of fearless adventurers? And what if it isn't actually Chronos? Listen to the episode and find out!

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Justice's First Dawn - Silver Age #1
Coffee & Comics - JLA
Super Mates - TeenTitans
Waiting For Doom - Doom Patrol
Idol Head of Diabolu - Dial H for Hero
Longbox Crusade - Flash
LanternCast - Green Lantern
Batgirl to Oracle - Showcase
Comic Reflections - Brave & the Bold
Cosmic Treadmill - 80 Page Giant
Fire & Water - Secret Files


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Monday, April 23, 2018

QBP #117 - Flash 52

Quarter-Bin Podcast #117

Flash 52, DC Comics, cover-dated July 1991.

"Death & Taxes," by William Messner-Loebs, with art by Greg LaRocque & Jose Marzan, Jr.

Did you know that Professor Alan, in his early days, was a Certified Public Accountant? After this episode, you will have no doubt about that. What happens when he tries to combine a discussion of a comic book and a lecture about tax policy?

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Promo: JL May!

Next Episode: We celebrate the official national holiday of Relatively Geeky ... Free Comic Book Day!

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Source: World's Greatest Comics

Monday, April 9, 2018

CRJ #034 - March 2018

Professor Alan's Comic Book Reading Journal #034

March 2018

So what comics did Professor Alan read during February? How many were digital? How many were trades? How many were new, right off the shelves?

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Promo #1: Next Generation Monthly Monday
Promo #2: 90s Comics Retrial

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Friday, March 23, 2018

QBP #116 - Captain Victory 1 - 3

Quarter-Bin Podcast #116

Captain Victory & the Galactic Rangers 1 - 3, Pacific Comics, cover-dated November 1981, January 1982, & March 1982.

In celebration of The King's centennial year, we are looking at a creator-owned work from when Jack Kirby's stint in independent comics. How epic the story? How grand is the art?How unbridled is the King's imagination?

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Promo #1: GI Joe: A Real American Headcast
Promo #2: Improvised Weapons D&D Podcast

Next Episode: Flash 52, DC Comics, cover-dated July 1991. Happy tax day!

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Source: Akron Comic Con

Monday, March 12, 2018

RGP #011 - The Olllie's Grab Bag Episode

In this money-saving episode, Professor Alan talks about the 10-book comic grab bag he purchased at Ollie's Bargain Outlet, for the bargain price of $5.99. How varied were the books? Were any of them any good? Did he decide to keep one for future podcasting coverage? Listen to this bargain basement episode ... and find out!

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Link #1: Ollie's store locator
Link #2: Ben Avery's Comic Book Time Machine grab-bag episode

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