There is an honest-to-goodness positive message in JLA 36, "The Case of the Disabled Justice League", that I make sure to illustrate! But lest you think I'm getting all serious on you all, I also make repeated jokes about Brain Storm's helmet, why Snapper Carr sucks at charity work, is stuttering THAT serious of a medical condition... and loads upon LOADS of Wrasslin' commentary! If all this tickles your fancy, then by all means share your joy via email at email@example.com, or by leaving a comment on the podcast page! Thank you all sincerely for your time!
Looks like we're due for a check-up from the doctor... Doctor Destiny, that is! In "Justice League of America" 34, we have such delights as Destiny's REALLY convoluted threat against the JLA, some nifty handicapping apperatus that our team must overcome, a Snapper Carr appearance that will probably make all listeners want to slap the taste out of his mouth... and maybe the ONLY time on the show I'll make reference to Play-Doh! All this, and more! So unless you're fiddling around with your Dream Materiopticon, then please do make some time to leave some feedback! You can either write me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or leave a comment on the podcast page! Thanks for your time, as always!
For a holiday bonus, I decided to record commentary on the first episode... and a half... of the "Super Friends: The Legendary Super Powers Team" collection! In this piece, you get the introduction of Firestorm... who doesn't know when to leave Wonder Woman alone! You also get the introduction of Darkseid and his minions... who ALSO don't know when to leave Wonder Woman alone! And for our added half section, you also see the new appearance of Brainiac... who has a robot Wonder Woman of his own, so he doesn't need to chase after her! And should you wish to share some thoughts on this bonus episode, just feel free to leave me some feedback at email@example.com, or drop a direct comment on the podcast page! Hope you enjoy, and thanks!
When an issue reads like shampoo instructions... wash-rinse-repeat... what does one podcaster do? They do what they can when talking about "Justice League of America 26", "Four Worlds to Conquer"! Despero returns to turn some heroes into kitty litter, and others into candidates for "Expendables 4"! Plus cameos by shark-dolphins, and a tyrannosaurus Chewbacca cosplayer! All this, plus more! And if you feel like feeding back to the show, when you're not busy creating alternate Earths to conquer, you can always reach out to me via the show email, firstname.lastname@example.org, or leave a comment on the podcast page! Thanks as always!
Has the Maestro defeated the JLA at last? Is Aquaman able to decide on a different hypnotic dance than Wonder Woman? Can Snapper Carr belittle the Atom any more? All these questions, and deeper points are brought up by an issue that could be equal to the critiques leveled at "Justice League", being an issue of two halves, with "Cavern of the Deadly Spheres!" in Justice League of America 16! All this, plus a GIGANTIC feedback section, of which I thank all of you! So, if you need a breather from Christmas shopping, and don't have time to create those superhero threatening comic fan letters, please shoot me some feedback at email@example.com, or leave a comment on the podcast page! Thanks as always!
Unless you're an impatient jerk like Snapper Carr in this issue, come join me as I detail for you the GRAND DEBUT of Ray "The Atom" Palmer in Justice League of America 14! We see how a tiny person can hulk out, how Batman could feasibly legitimately get out of being mostly involved in the case, and are introduced to Aquaman's most LEGENDARY threat... The Sea Thief! (Snicker) All this, and the unholy menace of DOCTOR DAVIS! (Double snicker) So don't let that De-Memorizer affect your drive to leave some feedback to the show at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by dropping me a comment on the podcast page! Thanks as always, dear friends!
Justice’s First Dawn: Justice League of America 3, Mystery in Space 75, and Justice League 2017 Movie
This is a loaded episode, so no time for clever punning for the description! Justice League of America 3, "The Slave Ship of Space"! Mystery in Space 75, "The Planet that Came to a Stand Still"! Justice League 2017 Theatrical Release! Plus your listener feedback! And hopefully you have enough food for thought to leave some feedback! You can always drop me an email at email@example.com, or leave me a comment on the podcast page, classicjla.podbean.com! Thanks as always!
Welcome to the House of Fun! Now I've come of age! Welcome to where Snapper Carr gets all tingly, where the love children of aliens and chimpanzees plot to collect probes containing 100,000 years of weapons knowledge, and where if your neck is slight extended, you forget EVERYTHING! All this, and other weird observations, await you in my coverage of JLA 7, "The Cosmic Fun-House"! Plus there's also listener feedback and miscellanery! Should you wish to get in touch with the show... or even have your alien shape-shifting clone to do so... you can always write me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or leave a comment on the podcast page. Thanks as always!
Scott Clickers of http://marriedwithclickers.libsyn.com/ crosses over from his own Earth to assist me in talking about Justice League of America issues 46 and 47! The Justice League and Justice Society combine forces to tackle transposed villains Solomon Grundy and Blockbuster! There's also the threat of the Anti-Matter Man, and Earths One and Two colliding! As if that weren't thrilling enough, there's plenty of references to the HORRENDOUS gimmick enhancements Dr. Mid-Nite and Sandman are saddled with! All this, plus listener feedback! And should you wish to positively enrich Scott's life, wish the show a Happy Thanksgiving, talk about the issues or even brag about seeing "Justice League" before I will, then please leave some feedback at email@example.com, or leave a comment on the podcast page. Thanks very much, and I'm thankful for all of you!
Say hello to demonic hordes! Say hello to a guest appearance by Red Tornado, who no one listens to! Say hello to the Atom's TRULY jerky side! And most importantly, say hello to super-friend to the show John Moret, as he guests on this episode covering "Justice League of America 72"! We delve into whether it takes 13 days to reach doom, and why was Hawkgirl so AMAZINGLY marginalized in this issue! All this, plus extra conversations and your social media likes and shares! And should you wish to fill the conversation hole left by my guest, you can gladly donate your ancient scrolls to the show's email address at firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can leave a comment on the podcast page! Thanks as always!