For an occasion where Earths 1 and 2 collide to combat possessing space spheres, the Justice League and Justice Society unite for battle! For an occasion when Robin of Earth 2 joins the JSA, and debuts his... questionable... "big boy" hero costume, I have united with Chris Franklin of "Super-Mates", "Knightcast" and "Power Records Podcast"... all to be found at http://fireandwaterpodcast.com/! Chris graciously donated his time... and recording prowess... to talk about another back-door pilot for the JSA, as they battle some truly ridiculous villains, battle the JLA, and endure a TERRIBLE story conclusion which involves Johnny Thunder! (As if anything good could ever come from that jerk...) Should you wish to express joy, or sorrow, for this special crossover event, you can either leave me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or just leave me a comment on the Podbean page! My personal thanks to Chris Franklin for helping a brother out, and thanks to you for listening!
Ia! Ia! Cthulu f'tagen! ... Well, I have to have my fun with "Justice League of America 10", where Felix Faust and the Demons Three... and some guy named the Lord of Time... make their debuts, along with a cameo from Lovecraftian lore! Watch as Aquaman earns his strips more than a few times! Tremble at loose intepretations of mystical curses! Puzzle at the Green Arrow essentially playing backwards masked music to demons! All this, plus feedback and more miscellaneous fun! And should you wish to be part of the fun, by all means leave me a piece of feedback at email@example.com, or drop me a comment on the episode post! You are more than welcome!
Do you like Metamorpho... for two panels? Do you like sequel stories... that have an issue between the opening and concluding chapters? Do you enjoy Wonder Woman... sewing new costumes for our freakishly huge members of the JLA? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you will LOVE hearing about "Justice League of America 44"! Serving as a sequel to JLA 42, we have Superman, Batman, Green Lantern, Flash, and the Atom tackle the antibodies of the Unimaginable. You also see pointless battles against super powered criminals, J'onn J'onzz transform rather stupidly into a gigantic boomerang, and Hal Jordan have a meta-commentary moment! All this, plus your listener feedback! And if you wish to drop off some, you know the best addresses to go to... firstname.lastname@example.org and classicjla.podbean.com! Much thanks for your time!
Man... That J'onn J'onzz is one heckuva Martian. But life isn't always easy for him on his native planet, as we find out in Justice League of America 71! We get a recap of J'onn's origin, we see him and the Justice League square off against Commander Blanx, and we even get a cameo by depowered Wonder Woman and... what appears to be a stark nekkid fire blower! If this isn't enough to stir your blood, this is the first comic reviewed with story written by some guy named Dennis O'Neil, and a name you are NOT going to be hearing often in the Satellite Era, art chores by Dick Dillin! All this, plus other thoughts and feedback! And speaking of which, you are always invited to drop me a comment on the Podbean page, or leaving me an email at email@example.com! Thanks very much!
Same as the other episode 21, except with hopefully less editing errors! Feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org! Enjoy!
Apparently covering issue 1 of the "Justice League of America" was so astonishing, it made me sick! And you can hear every gross congestive breathing effort, and cough, during this sick day recording about the JLA's debut title adventure! You also will hear about the debut of Despero, and his... really confusing game! All this, plus alien octipi biology theorizing, GL power ring questioning, and Snapper Carr... CREDITING?!? Geez, I must be sicker than I thought! If you weren't hoping for my death by the end of this recording, then by all means please leave me some feedback at email@example.com, or you can always leave a comment on the Podbean page! Thanks, as always!
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!