Posts Tagged ‘John Byrne’

Crossover Special: Batman & Captain America
28 Jul. 2020

Crossover Special: Batman & Captain America


John Byrne brings together a team-up of epic proportions! Batman & Captain America was the start of a whole new universe that Byrne continued past this initial crossover. How did it all get started? How does this book stack up against other crossovers? Does Byrne benefit from doing the writing, penciling, inking and lettering by […]

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Wolverine, Ep. 2: Back to Basics
29 Aug. 2019

Wolverine, Ep. 2: Back to Basics


Drew and Kurtis return to talk about Wolverine–no, Patch–no, Wolverine? So who is he anyway? The answer to that question may not be fully answered in this episode, but the rest of the discussion includes talk of Acts of Vengeance, Apocalypse’s relationship with Logan, and a story arc that really makes no sense at all. […]

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Iron Fist, Ep. 1: The Fury of Iron Fist
04 May. 2017

Iron Fist, Ep. 1: The Fury of Iron Fist


Hot on the heels of the new Netflix series, Kurtis and Brian take a look at the early days of Iron Fist, from the origin story in Marvel Premiere, to the change of pace when Claremont and Byrne launch Danny Rand’s first ongoing series, to the grand conclusion when the book was cancelled after fifteen […]

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Silver Surfer, Ep. 3: Freedom
07 Apr. 2017

Silver Surfer, Ep. 3: Freedom


This episode could be the only podcast episode to discuss the Steve Englehart and Marshall Rogers run on Silver Surfer in great detail! After being tied to Earth by Galactus (and Stan Lee) for over twenty years, the Surfer is finally able to roam the galaxies once again! Listen to Kurtis and James discuss just […]

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Captain America, Ep. 9: Dawn’s Early Light
24 Mar. 2017

Captain America, Ep. 9: Dawn’s Early Light


Kurtis and Jared begin their series on Captain America with a look at the short but sweet run by Roger Stern and John Byrne, along with the several issues that follow. Jared makes an interesting observation about all of the fill-in issues, and they get a little bit political at the end (but this is […]

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