Word Balloon Comics Podcast

1 on 1 interview show featuring the creative minds behind Comics TV Film Novels & Animation. Hosted by Chicago Pop Culture expert, John Siuntres

https://www.spreaker.com/show/word-balloon-comics-podcast

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Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 181 days 17 hours 41 minutes

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Ed Brubaker Destroy All Monsters pt1


The latest Reckless Graphic Novel is out, and Ed is ready to talk about it Part 1


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Tom King Pt 2 Creator Owned News and Your Questions


More talk about Strange Adventures Batman, Catwoman, Supergirl and info about Tom's first creator owned series


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   1h29m
 
 

Tom King Wraps Up Strange Adventures Previews Human Target Pt 1


Plus Batman Catwoman Supergirl and Columbo talk


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   1h24m
 
 

Phillip Kennedey Johnson Talks Superman Alien and More


Phillip discusses the recent events covered in Superman from Jon Kent's secuality to the Man Of Steel embarking on The Heavy Metal Superman epic we've all been waiting for.


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Brian Buccelato Back In Comics


Brian has a new Crime Comic From Aftershock and talks about writing for TV and film, as well as looking back on his Batman Detective run and his work on The Flash. We sneak a little fight talk in too


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Trek Watch Lower Decks Season 2 Ep 10


Season 2 Of Lower decks ends with a somber cliffhanger...do we care?


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Vintage Rack Toys With Brian Heiler


Rack toys are those dollar store squirt guns parachute men plastic junk toys that have superheroes using guns and vehicles despite their ability to fly , etc. Brian Heiler of The Plaid Stalions website and Youtube Channel has a new book called Rack...


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Kinescope You Are There And The Blacklist


We talk about The CBS historical reenactment show hosted by Walter Cronkite that employed writers who were blacklisted during the Communist Witch-Hunt and used fronts to keep the accused writers employed.


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