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

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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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Friday, March 2, 2018

CRJ #033 - February 2018

Professor Alan's Comic Book Reading Journal #033

February 2018

So what comics did Professor Alan read during February? How many were gifts from lovely listeners? How many featured redheaded female title characters? How many were from various cheap boxes around the Central Ohio area?

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Promo #1: Coffee & Comics
Promo #2: RaD Adventures Network

Link: BJ Mendelson's Web Site
Link: Vengenace, Nevada, on Comixology
Link: Jeffrey Brown's The Valkyrie Quartet

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Friday, February 23, 2018

QBP #115 - Kobalt 14

Quarter-Bin Podcast #115

Kobalt 14, Milestone / DC Comics, cover-dated July (or maybe August) 1995.

"Glass Houses," by John Rozum, with art by Eric Battle, Rober Quijano, & Rus Sever.

What happens when Professor Alan journeys back to Dakota, to cover another book from the Milestone line? Can he figure out what's happening, and who the different characters are? Does he finds the story's attempts at excitement exciting? Does he find the attempts at humor humorous?

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Promo: Feathers & Foes Podcast
Link: Milestone episode of Robert Kirkman's Secret History of Comics



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Source: In The Ballpark


Friday, February 16, 2018

SS #057 - Black Lightning at 40

Shortbox Showcase #57 - Justice ... Like Lightning

In this electrifying new episode, Emily and Professor Alan talk about TV's newest super hero super star, Black Lightning. They cover his earliest comic appearances from the 1970s, as well as the new TV show on the CW Network. Which version do they prefer, the classic or the new?

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Promo: Questions? We Don't Have Answers podcast
Link: Trevor von Eeden on Facebook

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