You've heard the killer song collaboration... You've thrown out your "Avengers: Infinity War" ticket... Now it's time to begin celebrating another JLMay event for 2018! And this dope is launching the event in grand form, talking about the opening chapter of 2000's Silver Age event, with "Silver Age 1"! Mark Waid! Terry and Rachel Dodson! A Brian Bolland cover! And that's just the surface details! You also have a familiar date night scenario for us nerds, relevant for 2018 pop radio references and bloody Snapper Carr! (Can I ever be rid of that guy?) Plus, there's also a SHOCK announcement at the conclusion of this episode! So let's kick start this event with a bang! All feedback would be welcome to roost at firstname.lastname@example.org, or via a comment on the podcast page. And be sure to visit your next destination for the crossover event, http://relativelygeekypodcast.blogspot.com/ with my friend Professor Alan Middleton covering "Challengers of the Unknown"!
"Snapper Carr -- Super Traitor" says it all for these two stories, as the Justice League conclude their time at the Secret Sanctuary, and face their darkest day! But this coverage requires a helping hand, and it's provided by Rob Kelly of the Fire and Water Podcast Network! All this, plus your listener feedback! So, if you have any parting shots for this period of the Justice League, or the departure of Snapper Carr, then tap into your "normal" resources and feel free to leave feedback at email@example.com or leave a comment on the podcast page! Thanks as always for your time, friends!
In Each Man... There is a Demon! There's also an issue of Justice League of America to discuss which features the debut of Black Canary as a member, the first in-team appearance of Green Arrow in a new costume, and a TRULY astonishing display of horrendous behavior by Hawkman! All this, plus added contributions by Ryan Daly, and Ruth and Darren Sutherland! So jump into the episode... where I question in retrospect if I'm color blind... the water's just fine! And if you wish to splash some feedback my way, please drop some off at firstname.lastname@example.org, or leave a comment on the podcast feed! Thank you for your time, as always!
The Justice League and Justice Society of America team up, yet again, and the stakes are a world... and the price is of one person! In this coverage of JLA 73 and 74, despite the dramatic threat of the star-being Aquarius, I also take time to goof of Atom being the de-facto annoying guy at a JLA meeting, question how superheroic merchandising works on Earth-2 and cover the BATTLE OF THE AGES... with dopey wrassling references! All this, plus your listener feedback, and additional thoughts from Ryan Daly and Ruth and Darren Sutherland! So dig right in to the delights, and if you feel so inclined, please don't be shy about your feedback, which can be left at email@example.com, or on the comments section of this episode's posting! Thanks as always for your time!
If you're like me in life, sometimes you need a morale booster to get through the day. If you were desiring an instant fix for that morale boost, then join the six-men army of Offalia, and steal a Happy Harbor College professor's Morale-Machine, and take on the United States of America! All this awaits in Justice League of America 66, where debuting writing baby-boy Dennis O'Neil debuts with the JLA! You'll see teammates acting HORRIBLY to each other! You'll feel the psychotic episodes of Snapper Carr's fellow students and their freakouts! You'll probably even also taste the deadly sticky stuff trap's substance! All this, plus extra ramblings, too! So why not boost this host's morale, and leave him some feedback? The best option for that is firstname.lastname@example.org, or by leaving a comment on the podcast homepage! Thanks as always!
The return of the show after a difficult life hiatus! The debut of the android Red Tornado! The arrival of long-time regular JLA artist, Dick Dillin! All this, plus a chunk of cover month JLA adventures and your listener feedback! With over 2 hours of podcasting to listen to, there isn't enough time for pun making! So if you're ready to whirlwind your way into my email box's dimensional barrier, then by all means please super-speed your correspondence to email@example.com, or leave a comment on the podcast page posting! Thanks for your patience, and hope you enjoy!
There's a caveat to this episode; unless you're wearing your Green Arrow costume, like the rest of the Justice League does in this issue... EVEN Wonder Woman for a panel... you just won't catch the full meaning of "Operation: Jail the Justice League"! See the debut of another one-off lame villain for Aquaman! Bear witness to gimmick infringement from the Penguin! Groan at a da-da-esque assault from Captain Boomerang! As if that identity switching wasn't enough, we also have feedback to discuss! So should your Materiopticon be operational again, please feel free to rev it up to leave me some feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org, or drop me a comment on the podcast feed. Thanks as always for your time!
Zazzala makes her grand return... though you'd be fooled from her rather benign expressions throughout the issue... and she's bringing special shapely guest star Batgirl with her in "Justice League of America" 60! In this issue, we see Green Lantern's glandular issues, Green Arrow's horrid sexism... and arrow strategy, and Batman packing heat! All this, along with other absurdities, and your feedback and social media props! So unless that immortality potion has you locked into place, by all means leave some feedback at email@example.com, or drop a comment on the podcast page! Thanks as always for your time, friends!
Emoclew ot a dnarb wen edosipe! In JLA 51, we have the conclusion to a multi-title story... before such a concept WAS a regular comics concept, and we even have a sneak peek at two future Justice Leaguers! All this, plus misguided parenting, wrassling move commentary, and even a bit of a Filmation cartoon reference! I'm probably more than my fair share of A.D.D. with this episode... As if that weren't enough Kharmic enticement, how about your social media likes and shares, and feedback? So, should you wish to breathe your spiritual essence into this show, by all means please leave me some listener correspondence through the email account, firstname.lastname@example.org, or by leaving a comment on the episode post. Thanks as always!
Illness and work-related exhaustion can attempt to hold me down, but I step up my game to deliver some coverage on "Justice League of America" 43! Call it fate, call it karma or call it Stellaration card influence, but it's time to talk about the REAL first appearance of the Royal Flush Gang! As if that weren't enough, you also have crazy Tarot influenced illnesses, Superman acting like a TREMENDOUS jerk and Snapper Carr... gasp... SAVING THE DAY?!? (In a costume that does NOT predict JLA 77...) All this, plus your feedback and various tidbits! If you want to draw a lucky deck, then please drop that card into my feedback box, at email@example.com! Or do leave a comment on the podcast page! Thanks for your patience, and for your time!