Welcome to the spiritual sequel to the last JLA/JSA crossover, with a Christmas Day commentary of the "Challenge of the Super Friends" episode, "Secret Origins of the Super Friends"! Witness as the Legion of Doom take a page from the Thunderbolt, and alter the destiny of the Justice League of America through time travel! Are they any more successful than Johnny Thunder of Earth 1? Will we see more animation cel miscoloring? Can I avoid saying "Hawkuaman" in a sequence that involves Hawkman and Aquaman? You'll just have to listen to find out! And feel free to let me know what you think with some feedback! You can either send some greetings over to my email account, firstname.lastname@example.org, or leave a comment on the Podbean page! Many thanks, and Merry Christmas, all!
Extra! Extra! Read all about it! My thoughts on the debut episode of "Justice League Action"! ... Oh, I have to also talk about two issues of "Justice League of America"... namely issues 37 and 38. Come see the Justice Society of America team up with... well... mostly themselves, since the JLA barely show up in these issues! But thrill to the debut of the Lawless League, chill to the introduction of the more amusing Johnny Thunder of Earth 1, and spill to villain creations that make "Dial H for Hero" creations look like Who's Who candidates! All this and more in a nearly 3 hour extravaganza! If you want to write some feedback to me... on the moon, as you do... you can either leave me a comment on the classicjla.podbean.com page, or passing along an email at email@example.com! Thanks for listening!
Is this episode "Impossible" to top? You're going to have to check with the Impossibles, as we deal with the "Impossible Case of the Justice League of America" in JLA 59! Here, we debate how powers are "accidently" gained, learn how to beat "Contra" aliens... don't forget that Konami code!... and figure out if the JLA can beat the rap I placed on them in this issue! All this, plus randomness and your listener feedback! And speaking of said feedback, you can feel free to drop some into the dimensional teardrop portal to either my Podbean account for comments on this episode, or an email through firstname.lastname@example.org! Thank you, as always, for checking the show out!
Green Arrow joins the team in this issue! ... To be honest, that might be the most memorable part of Justice League of America #4! But don't let that stop you from hearing the specifics of how media-darling Oliver Queen becomes one of the mightest heroes in the DC Universe! As if that weren't enough, you get more confusing exposition that lasts WAY too long, more Martian power compensation, and Aquaman giving me a wrasslin' reference! As always, feedback is welcomed, so either leave me a comment on classicjla.podbean.com, or leave me an email at email@example.com! As always, thank you sincerely for your time!
Two issues for the price of one episode! And since this episode is free, that's hardly a bad bargain! You get the debut of Dr. Light... and the one and only appearance appearance of Kraad the Destroyer! There's just so much goofiness in this episode, I can't even begin to describe it for this descriptor! Know that you're in for 2 and a half hours of comic talk, discussion of the "Justice League Dark" trailer, and your feedback! And if you've got any feedback, feel free to drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org, or leave a comment at classicjla.podbean.com, or find me on Twitter at @classicJLA! Many thanks, as always!
Come together, Brothers and Sisters, for an new episode of "Justice's First Dawn", as we talk about "Justice League of America 57". In a tale entitled "Man... Thy Name is Brother", we actually talk about some positive messages about brotherhood, and achievement! But... since this is also my show, I also talk about what a lousy fighter Green Arrow is, why his riches apparently cover superfluous automobiles and pointless arrows, and try and figure out how Snapper Carr gained so much weight between coverage! Should you wish to share some upbeat vibes, you can always reach out to me at email@example.com! You can also find me on Twitter at @classicJLA, or just do a search for the show name as a group on Facebook! Many thanks, one and all!
How's your "Success Factor" doing? Did you miss Amazo? Are you ready for the menace of space shower curtains? You can answer these questions while listening to this newest episode, covering "Justice League of America 27"! All this plus some pointless mysteries being explored, a cameo by Robin, and a KILLER civilian disguise by Aquaman! Plus extras and your listener feedback! And if you want to increase your success factor, you may feel free to drop me a comment on the Podbean page for the current episode, or leave an email towards the direction of firstname.lastname@example.org, or grab some social media action on Twitter by searching @classicJLA! Always much appreciated is your time!
As an added bonus, for this Halloween, you have my first attempt at occasional gap filling with some "Super Friends" commentary! For this initial attempt, listen as I fumble through the "Challenge of the Super Friends" episode, "Swamp of the Living Dead"! Featuring a floating demon head, the witch from EC Comic's "Haunt of Fear", and zombies, zombies, ZOMBIES! All this, and yellow-on-yellow Flash emblems! Lemme know what you think about these occasional events by dropping me a comment on the Podbean page, or leaving me an email at email@example.com! Also, if you listen closely, you might be able to hear added commentary from my cat, Isis!
If you're a naturally hairy man, like myself, you are limited in your comic book character loves. But DC throws us a bone with "Justice League of America 45", which introduces to the DC Universe the android menace of the Shaggy Man! See limbs be severed in this story, watch as the aforementioned hirsute individual battle a space monster, and... lounge around with the JLA as they watch the fight unwind?!? All this, plus my first possible potty humor reference for the show! Gotta love this combo! Just as much as I would love hearing from you... hopefully without your feedback taking 2 years to arrive in my inbox. So if the mood hits you, you can leave a comment on my Podbean page, or drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org! Thanks again!
If you love doom machines, space dictators, officially designated Spacemen X, transforming UFO aliens, and MMA... You will either love this A.D.D.-themed issue of the Justice League of America (Numero 20), or you need to cut back on your daily diet of Pixie Sticks. You also get one page of JLA vs JLA member brawling, and WAY more annoying Snapper Carr dialog than you can probably stomach! But I hope you leave enough room to leave me a comment on the Podbean page, or send me an email at email@example.com, with your thoughts on this issue! Many thanks!